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Hello everyone! I have a question, maybe someone can help me here. Are there strong spells out there that bring me wealth? Maybe by making a deal with a devilish spirit or something like that. Of course, there is nothing for free and everything has its price but if you accept that, are there possibilities? I'm really not the only one who wants to be rich, but I think that most people are looking for another way to get money. Maybe someone knows an experienced wizard or other ways that can help me with this. (I hope I'm not in the wrong forum :,D)
I thank you in advance!!
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Spells themselves do not cause magic to happen. A spell is a tool of sorts, like a compound machine. It is a ritual wish, and the attempt at attaining a magical result. Someone can have the same success with a simple bay leaf spell as they can with an hours-long ritual.

That said, if there were known spells which had the guaranteed result of exorbitant wealth, money would be worthless as everyone would have loads of it. Such things simply do not happen that way.

Also, a spell in itself does not create the end result; it merely helps facilitate it. The person desiring the change they're trying to create must work in accordance with their desires and end goals. Cast a money spell, sure. But don't just sit around and expect great things to happen because of it. Work towards wealth in the mean time.

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I agree with what has already been said. Though, to go a little further I would also recommend that you take some time to reflect on, and even list out, the causes of your lack of funds. Many financial problems are, oddly enough, not solved by getting more money. Because many problems actually come from poor spending. Unless there is a specific, singular event or crisis causing a severe debt, money will consistently disappear on you. (Spending is a personal bad habit, so I've had to commit a lot of work to discipline myself. It is a familiar foe to me)

Life's bad habits are expensive. Examine specifically how much money you are spending (if any) on the following; Alcohol, cigarettes/tobacco, collections (plates figurines, video-games, decorative spoons, board games, swords... whatever.) Theater tickets, eating out, buying gifts for others, etcetera. Physically write these expenses down. Add them up. Then realistically ask yourself if more money would help, or if it would just feed the spending.

This is not to say you are not allowed to do things you like, mind you. But maybe a wake-up call on possibly skewed priorities. Use it as fuel to create a budget. Open an excel sheet and lay out a few columns. First the dates of your incoming pay- be it bi-weekly, monthly, 1st and 15th... whatever. Then look at your bills and their due dates. Make a column for each bill (to start) so you can see a calendar of how things line up. Put in all of your regular bills; heat, electricity, rent/mortgage, credit card(s), car payments, insurance payments, weekly groceries. Don't guess or estimate, use actual bills and receipts. If you round for easier math, always round up- never down. (Think of it as erring on the side of caution).

Next break down the bills where you can.. if auto insurance is $500.00 every four months, how many paychecks come in during that time? Divide the bill up so you can see how much you need to set aside each paycheck to meet it.

Once it is broken down, consolidate your list into dates in the first column, known amount received per cheque in the second, debt/bill/grocery contributions per paycheck in the following columns , and then a final column with what is left.

Finally, when you can physically see how much usable money is -actually- available, consider if there is something in the future you know you need to plan for. Like a new computer... new furniture... an emergency slush-fund (it is good to have at least 1000.00 separated from your usual accounts in case of a sudden bill or breakdown). Now decide how much of that available money you want to set aside towards your goal. Even if it is as little as 10.00 each paycheck you manage to set aside, it will add up over time. Though first priority should always be towards using at least some of that available fund towards extra payments on any debts that have interest. Interest absolutely murders money. It is a portion of your income that is lost before you even get it. If half your paycheck is going to interest from debts alone, that is money you can make available to yourself by picking one and paying it debt down. Reducing interest and therefore making more money available to pay the next debt faster. And the next faster still. It might take five or ten years but if you separate your money before you start spending, make a planned budget you can physically see, and save ahead before you buy (instead of buy-now-pay-forever), you will slowly but surely recover.

-Then- you can look at all your budgeting, see the spendable cash that is left, and you can put it into your pocket to spend however you like. The amount might be abysmally low at first, but it will grow. I had to spend three years on basic groceries and being able to treat myself to McDonald's once every two weeks, but it eradicated 250.00 of monthly debt just by interest, my wife and I saved 5,000 dollars for a wedding and honeymoon (We had a big backyard barbeque, it was awesome) Got entirely new custom ordered couches, a new bed and bedroom furniture, and bought and (just last month) finished paying off a 7600 dollar car.

--note, because I know some people are going to think it; this is not a flex, this is a demonstration of what you can achieve if you are willing to face yourself. My wife and I had to count every penny we had, and there were problems and emergencies, discussions and arguments, tweaks and adaptations the whole way. It was tiring, sometimes depressing, had moments of incredible stress, and honestly there was no actual satisfying feeling of progress. Only achievement at the end when we were able to walk out, pick something we liked, and drop cash for it right then and there. The satisfaction came later as we were able to look backwards at our goals being finally met.--

Now, all of that aside; If the problem you are facing is something like being without (or losing) a job, then a working to help you regain confidence, present yourself well, or otherwise creating opportunities to gain education and find open jobs would be more helpful than just calling for money. Especially if coupled with taking mundane action like signing up for temp agencies, making use of job-finding or resume services, getting certified in programs like food-safe, first aid, etc. Even volunteering while between jobs so you fill in gap-times on your resume.

If the issue is medical/being unable to work, then again you would be better served working towards solving the actual problem. Magic workings towards promoting health and recovery, diet and exercise change, and Self Care would be the order of the day.

In the end, I guess the long-winded point is that lack of money is not a cause. It is a symptom of something else. In order for lasting change to happen you need to first recognize the cause. Understanding any problem will best reveal the ways to solve it.
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By: / Novice
Post # 5

All of the prior posts are spot on. Money or wealth spells, like any other, are just a tool to help achieve your intentions. If you cast a job spell, hoping for a job or a new job, nothing will happen if you sit at home waiting for a job to all into your lap. You must be actively seeking work, following up on leads and doing the work. The spell will only enhance your intentions. Hope that helps a little bit.

I have had very good success with money spells in the past. I have never cast one on myself however, always for others and generally without their knowledge. You aren't going to come into a massive fortune, but rather most money or wealth spells, from my experience, will help with a little boost from unexpected places (Escrow refund, found $20 in a winter coat from last year, $500 scratch off ticket etc...)

Hope this helps!

~Kaurora

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