- Do you have any testimonials I can peruse? — Yes indeed I do. Please click here to look through my testimonials and things my former clients have to say about working with me.
- I’ve received a tremendous amount of benefit from your work/service(s), and would like to share that with you. How can I do that? — Oh wow, thank you so much! You can make a one-time contribution to me via PayPal here.
- Are you SWer friendly? — Absolutely! I would extra love to work with you, in fact!
- Do you work with clients of all spiritual, etc., backgrounds? — Yes. Members of my communities and patrons of my services cross a number of identities, beliefs, and paths — as long as you honor the nature of my work, any attendant oaths, and act honorably and kindly as a member of my digital village, you are welcome.
- Will you help me write my petition/review my petition? — Unfortunately, I am unable to assist with drafting or reviewing the contents of your petition due to the volume of clients and services I run. Please keep it brief — in the form of short, specific sentences — and focused on the hard tacks of your request: who, what, where, and when by. If you need further inspiration or insight, please review this blog post by Briana Saussy. Keep in mind that I ask people to keep their petitions short and sweet, so my recommendation is more about what to consider vs. what I literally recommend.
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but is it guaranteed to work?
Now, let’s talk about guarantees, reasonable risk, etc.
First and foremost: if you are feeling any sort of desperation, pressure, or coercion from me *or* any other influences, please do not sign up or inquire to work with me. This also applies to having to making a contribution you can’t afford on a credit card out of guilt/shame, or sending me a contribution when you’re down to a few dollars. I know it’s very tempting to take that leap of faith, but please, DO NOT buy into a rite or attempt to hire me if it’s going to put you in financial distress.
That’s not what these tools are for – they are meant to help improve your life, not make it more stressful! Signing up for any of my services under these conditions would not be good for me, and it definitely won’t be good for you, as that is not a prime zone for magic to work its, well, magic in, as it were.
Insofar as guarantees, I am legally obliged to say that this is a work of art and for entertainment purposes only. Which is true, it IS a work of art – performance art – and you are paying to support the art and for my wisdom, time, and experience, NOT for results. Any magical practitioner who makes representations to you of 100% accuracy, 100% guarantee, etc., is a liar and a fraud. That is deeply unethical as well as objectively cruel.
What I can say is that I agree with Gordon White of Runesoup: I, personally, believe magic works 100% of the time, it’s just a matter of whether or not, 1) It works well enough for you to notice a shift in probabilities (example: you do luck magic to win the lottery, but the odds are so astronomical that even if your working was a rousing success, it’s still not enough to generate a noticeable change!), and 2) It manifests a change in alignment with your desires and intentions, which is not fully within your control anyways. I share this so you understand what you’re signing up for, and that once you purchase a petition, it’s non-refundable, because you’re paying for art and time, which are things I can’t get or give back once they’ve manifested in the world through my work.
I work with clients of all backgrounds who are interested in exploring how magic can help them achieve their goals and aspirations, and I endeavour to work from the most grounded, realistic, and thoughtful frame possible in order to create the best containers possible for success. However, magic-for-hire offerings are COLLABORATIVE – while you might not have to do the magical bits, you very much have to invest yourself into the practical bits – so if you’re expecting this service to *snap* and fix all your problems for you, save us both the trouble, beloved.
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