"By the Gods!" That's the only phrase I could think of to use while I went surfing the internet to sites who claimed to guarantee you the lottery jackpot. How these people can sleep peacefully at night is beyond me.
You have to ask yourself the following: When was the last time any lottery/lotto winner told the news media s/he did a lottery spell or employed one from a magical practitioner? None that I've ever heard. I have a dear friend whose nuts about lottery and lotto winners (she thinks she's going to marry one!) and she has read many bios of these winners but told me she has yet to run into anyone who said they used magic to win. The best she's found is a couple who claimed they used his 'good luck charm' while picking the numbers.
Surprising? The guy whose site claims his spells can do it all or the young wiccan priestess who has the ear of the Gods or the Santero who claims he gets all results desired - they're all full of it. The problem is where they claim "all" their spells work, folks. If you're a savvy individual, you will know there's no such thing as a 100% sure thing.
As I stated on the page about my Spiritual Services, there is no such thing as every spell working exactly the way you want it to work and if ANYONE - I don't care who that someone is - claims they can do that, they're a liar and full of crap and you should run like the wind away from them and hold onto your wallet.
Why is winning the lottery or lotto so difficult? After all, Sorcery is the shiznitz of Magical practices isn't it? Yes it is. So why can't I force a Spirit to make the right combination of balls drop exactly as I want them? One simple word: interference.
If there was no other opposition to my Spirit's work, then they'd be able to git 'r done but that's not the case. You have everyone who's bought a ticket hoping, wishing, praying, performing enchantments, lighting novenas, begging gods, & etc, all to win the lotto jackpot. That folks, is a lot of interference for any spirit to wade through.
Unfortunately, the non-practitioners out there all look to we practitioners as saviors. They think all we do is mouth some words, wave our hands and it all pops into existence. That's not how it works. Occult work is serious work and it is nothing else than "W-O-R-K". That means sweat and effort takes their toll on a practitioner in one form or another.
Secondly, everyone claims they want to win the lottery because their life would get easier. Hardly. It would only get one more thing: complicated. When you don't have any more money than anyone else, a few may try to nickle and dime you to death by borrowing bits and pieces from you. Then when you get an inheritance or jackpot win, guess what? They come out of the woodwork asking, begging, pleading and demanding money from you. Don't think that'd be the case for you? Watch how your own family reacts when someone they're related too dies and leaves a house and a few personal assets. It's a piranha feeding frenzy! So now they find out you just inherited a sum of dough OR you won a jackpot and guess who they're coming too? You got it.
People generally don't know what they want. They're like a breakfast cereal with all the fruits, nuts & flakes who THINK they know what they want but really don't. 99% of them think more money will solve all their problems. It won't. It may help to alleviate a situation or two for a time but guess what? The situation always returns! And what's the worst thing a person can do with a situation that won't go away? Throw money at it. That's a waste of resources.
Third, empirical research shows that people and families who win lotto jackpots end up broken within only two years of winning. Wow! Think about that. It does makes sense. You come from the working class to the wealthy class without any of the sweat and toil that goes with the financial success and what's supposed to happen? There's no appreciation for the money you gained because you didn't have to earn it! You got it only becuase of pure dumb luck on some numbers you played. There's no real appreciation for it and that leads us into the fourth point:
On average people who win lotto jackpots are financially bankrupt within two to five years after winning. How could this be? It goes back to the third reason of "not appreciating it and having to sweat for it". The winners let the money burn a hole in their pocket. Ask anyone who wants to win the lotto what they'd do with it and they answer: "I want to buy X and X and X and then go on a cruise and give X to Y and then give X to my church and then X to etc., etc., etc." Spend, spend, spend, spend!
These lotto's only pay out so much money in a lump sum - usually less than a third of the jackpot and sometimes less - and the other way is only X amount of dollars per year annually. People end up overspending the annual payments and within a few years, they're broke and have to sell off their long term winnings to the scavenger companies like the ones you see commercials for "cash now".
If you think I'm being harsh on people who win lotteries, it's the same for folks who win big lawsuit settlements too. They get "hillbilly rich" and want to go out and blow the money without any regard for their future financial security. Again it boils down to non-appreciation for it. This is a mentality they've grown up with that has afflicted them in the worst possible way.
Now it might sound as if I'm harping more on the person wanting to win the lotto rather than the practitioner who promises to win the lotto for them. Yes I am. Why? Because regardless of who you have cast such a spell for you, the fact of the matter is if you don't know precisely what it is you're after, why you're after it and are completely at ease with the idea internally, it's not going to work for you.
Of course I'm not blaming the people who say they will cast a Lotto spell for you but rather the ones who 'gurantee results'.
Also ponder this:
If these practitioners can guarantee YOU to win a jackpot, why then aren't THEY themselves winning regular lotto jackpots? Don't buy into that TV show crap that Witches can't use magic for personal gain. That's down right utter nonsense! Whatever I can do for a client, I can do for myself. Any magical practitioner should be able to do that. If they can't then they're outright lying to you. Run from them with one hand on your wallet.
I have cast lotto spells in the past and neither resulted in me hitting the jackpot. This is due to the fact that everyone and their brother are trying to win. The bigger the jackpot, the more people trying to win it. There are whole covens of witches, lodges of magicKians and more solitary practitioners trying to win a lotto jackpot than I care to know.
So what can a Luck spell do? Well it will help your chances to win at gambling but if it's not meant for you to do so, then regardless of the typof magic or whose casting it won't matter because you're not going to win. This is why it's a good thing for you to learn how to cast divinations even if it's just interpreting the behavior of ants or a flock of geese both of which were called "augeries" in the old days - because you may have a message coming to you from elsewhere.
If you perform your own luck spell, then play the lotto, you'll probably end up disappointed. However if you play something like a scratch off or Bingo or enter a drawing or Football pool at work, then your chances of winning increase. However what if the other folks all have their own magical charms and hopes/wishes? Well... there's no guarantee. Luck is fickle. It's said Dame Fortuna aka Lady Luck comes and dances with each of us for a short while then moves on to someone else.
It's best to keep Luck spells going. One-shot spells are not effective in the long run. You're going to want a continuous Luck spell going for you and then gamble. Go for it. Make it so. You'll find your odds increase to win by playing in games of chance where the odds are not so dramatically stacked against you as in the lotto where it's 14 million to 1 odds for a regular lotto drawing but in the multi-state POWERBALL lotto drawings, the odds are steeper at 175 million to 1. You're more likely to be hit by lightning with the odds being 700 thousand to 1.
Uncross yourself first. Whether you do it yourself or pay to have an Uncrossing done, get it done. This will remove the negative emotions in yourself that can cause you to miss out on many worthwhile opportunities.
Have a Lucky Gambling spell cast for you by me. That way you'll get a better shot at lucky breaks. Remember too that if you go to the racetrack and don't win there may be other ways the luck will manifest for you. One client stopped at a yard sale and found an antique worth several hundred dollars which he sold to a museum.
Order a Luck Bath qnd Perfume from me. This will help to set things up for you so that luck starts to flow your way with less effort. You wear the pefume every time you go to track, buy a ticket, go hunting for treasure, play cards or head to the casino. A little goes a long way. Expensive and worth it.
Order a Luck Gris-Gris from me. This item wil increase your luck as well. You carry it in y our left pnts pocket or in a purse if you're a woman wearing skirt and keep it with you whenever you are wishing to gamble.
Again you must bear in mind that Dame Fortune is fickle and the more you try to pigeonhole Her, the more likely She is going to deny you whatever it is you want. She may smile on you in one way but deny you in another. And again, luck is luck is luck. Do not thumb your nose at it! If the Lady Luck sends you a dime, do not act all indignant! That will cause Her to turn her attentions away from you! Think I'm kidding? Think again! Be thankful and respectful for each and every penny you find, every break or opportunity you get and Dame Fortuna will smile upon you more and more. (It helps to offer her a thank you candle as well.)
Myself, I prefer to occasionally play the scratch off tickets and do the office pools. My winnings outstrip my losings that way. Like chicken soup, it can't hurt. Besides, if I win $5, $10, $25 here and there, over the course of a year it adds up to be quite a chunk of change. But to place all my hopes into a a mere Lotto drawing? That's insane.
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