Binding spells are a special kind of love spell. Whereas regular love spells are used to make someone fall in love with someone else, a binding spell is usually used when two people are already together and one of them wants to make sure things stay that way.
That’s the theory anyway, but what about in practice? Do binding spells really work? Read more
In an email exchange with someone who was asking my advice on whether or not they should use a love spell, the following was said: "I don't know, I don't think it will work for me, my case is quite unusual". Everyone thinks their case is unique, but is that really true?
So you've requested a love spell from me, I've accepted your case, cast your spell, and now the person that you've been longing to be with has duly fallen in love with you. Life is wonderful. The two of you are very happy together, and the future is looking bright. There's just one question that won't go away, hanging around at the back of your mind like a bad smell…"Should I tell them I used a spell?"
Morphic fields are a powerful force, the force behind my powerful love spells. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about what morphic fields are and how they work, then read on.
We think of love spells as being good and wonderful and fragrant, bringing joy and happiness, and of course love. But is there any chance that using a love spell can cause harm and pain? The answer is yes, but not for the reasons you might immediately think