I have no idea why this ad on facebook caught my eye. Clicked on it - to say that I was expecting what I saw, it's obvious.


Take some time and go there. And then tell me what you think.



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How far in the video did you go? Did you reach the part of "OPTION #1: "Mastering The Magick Of Witchcraft" Home Academy In-A-Box Full Payment Option ($297)"?
NOT everyone follows Crowley or sees him as the end all of authoriy on what one can do with their talents. I have no issue with peoople making honest $$ with their magical abilities,writing books,charging fo readings,selling magical tools they made,many variables lways.some make their sustenance from doing this.,however ,depends........some things are just not called for and some people get easily sucked in 
i wonder how much they paid facebook to have that ad put up
Ugh, corporations and companies steer far clear from anything having to do with any type of earth-based practices... Until they can slap a freakin' price sticker on it and make some money. First we're all devil worshipers (I say "all" meaning people who aren't Christian, as perceived by many who are Christian), and then everything we do is fodder for commercialism the second some idiot makes it trendy. Furthermore, this makes it seem as though they're trying to say all atheists are unhappy or unstable. The atheists I know are as happy and stable as a human can be. Propaganda and commercialism sometimes make me want to vomit up my vital organs...
I see these ads in many magazines: ie: the Enquirer, The Globe, etc. I have also seen them in Horoscope books...they are all over....just like everyone else...there are always people working to scam people....I am sure there isn't even a 'witch', or a spell, or anything else they just want that money~!! And many people are naive enough to send it to them...to bad, so sad. )O( (Hope every is enjoying the Super Moon night)
For sure as P.T. Barnum said, 'there's a sucker born every minute.'
yes, there is, and I bet there's been a few suckers to pay that price for what she offers. Some people are looking for a quick miracle, they want magick just to work a.s.a.p. like now. But it just doesn't work that way, those we get into this haven't got a clue as to what it's all about.
She sounds like a charlatan to me, like she's just in it for the money. Unfortunate, as these are the kinds of things that shed a bad light on Witchcraft and Paganism in general.
I soooooooo agree on that~!!!
you're so right sounded very "Lame".

Crooks will sell anything. Just to benefit themselves, playing on what people want. It's distasteful and a crying shame.

But, what goes around comes around..

She is offering a service to those who are too "lazy" to learn it on their own.She may know what she is talking about but To learn witchcraft you don't need to pay. There are many books (library), many internet sites, and experience on your own is the best way. I personally wouldn't pay $297 for her info when mine came for virtually nothing.


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