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I am still newly trying to develop myself looking for a teacher or someone who may be able to help me with the simple wish spell It is not for selfish gain it is to better improve my life and my situation with in my life so anyone can help me please let me know
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There's no such thing has a " wish granter ".

Magick is energy transformed in to ones desire. Magick can aid you in many things and can have an impact on your life, but it just won't grant you wishes just like that.

If you're having financial problems, it can aid you with home income and so on.

The forums offer a great deal of information on which you can grasp what magick is all about and even aid you in spell casting. Check out the " General Info " section and read the pinned posts. From that point on just keep researching, you'll get there.

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OK no Offense but you are a Novice It looks to be you may be a teenager and have no idea what you’re talking about
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So if you can help teach or have knowledge to share and you are not a Novice Please email me
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Generally speaking, all spells are for "wishes", as all spells are asking for a magickal result to something you wish or desire.

It's unlikely you will find a teacher as many people don't take online students, but you should look further into what in particular could work for your situation. So rather than looking for just a "wishing" spell, instead look for workings or spells suitable for your particular goal and then looking into how you want to undertake it, i.e do you want to call upon or work with deities, do you want to work a long term spell or a short term working and so on.

Side Note: The "Novice" reputation (and the others) are given on the site to those who have contributed to the community, it does not mean that they are a beginner at magick, merely that they have contributed to the site enough to warren receiving a title. There is more information on the FAQ section: "Reputation is a ranking of your contributions (spells/articles/forum posts) and how you are viewed by other members of the website. Ranks are: Beginner / Novice / Knowledgeable / Adept. If you have not been on the site for a significant time you may not yet have a rank"

I hope this helps.

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Wyatt, I see you lack a title at all, so why do you pick on someone who has shown knowledge and experience enough to gain one?

As both Agiel and H2OfanRikki have explained, a wish is not a guarantee of an outcome. To say it as the late Brysing, who had many decades of experience, a spell is just a ritual wish. He also very much advocated for those seeking a teacher to find someone in person, as an online teacher is still just reading posts, albeit direct messages and mails between two people in stead of an open forum.

If you are seeking a teacher in magic, your best option is to find someone to mentor you in person. On that note, I would suggest seeking on witchvox.com, Facebook, meetup.com, and finding local occult, witchcraft, crystal, and metaphysical stores which may host classes, groups, or simply have a bulletin board or a place for people to post about services and such.

Something I can tell you about how magic will change most people's lives: Many may use it to seek material gains. There is nothing wrong with that. However, the change which most affects a person's life is the internal. Money will be short or abundant at times, and having more does not make someone a better or worse person. When things are short, having more is often not enough; once more is had, even more is desired. Again, it does not invalidate the search for magical help to improve things had physically. It certainly does not hurt to have more.

I do wish you the best in your search.
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Re: Need help
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
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I can assure you my years of study are enough to know how magick works. In fact, if you were to read the posts I gave you, you would also know.

Next time remember to be more graceful when asking for help, because for now it is only what we have done. Do also keep in mind that your approach might come off as offensive and rude, which is not appropriate at all on the website.

However if you still wish to learn what magick really is, take the advice people have given you, it'sgood advice.

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