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While I'm LOVING all the contest entries, I'm a bit troubled with a few which seem borne of a few common mythological creatures of spellcasting....suchas:
The myth of a foolproof or guaranteed spell. Anyone who swears that a spell must work and is guaranteed to do so (as in there is no way it can fail,) is only making a fool out those who believe there is such a thing.
A supposed book of spells containing spells that have never been tested, but are just about guaranteed to work, etc, that will work... This is also a myth. Any book or tract of literature holding several spells that has stood the test of time (or even spells which have been around for more than the lifetime of he or she who authored them,) have all been tested. This place we inhabit in our conscious hours is reality and not a movie, so as Indiana-Jones and exciting as that sounds, there is no such thing. If the book says that's what's going on and its recently published (or an online publication,) then the author is simply trying to feed you bull. Furthermore, if I wanted to sell you a car I put together by theory alone that is guaranteed to work, would you buy it? What data am I basing my guarantee on if I never tried it, started it, tested it in some way? Hmmm... So...why would there be something with no data backing it up that's guaranteed to work even though no ever tried it in the world of spells? That was a new one for me to hear.
A spell "guaranteed to overcome all spells" or "guaranteed to overcome even the worst circumstances or situations," also does not exist. There are some kickass spells out there, but not a one of them are guaranteed, and the best ones generally aren't all-purpose. There also is not a supportive spell that can be added to any spell regardless of its type to then guarantee the spell it is added to will then work...at least not one that I've come across in over 20 years of intensive study on spellcasting and the occult.
Money spells to win windfall large amounts with basically no effort on the part of the petitioner (person the spell is cast for,) also are just bull, IMHO. If you think you're gonna light an orange candle that you put some Irish moss on, and win Powerball from that alone, there's a bridge in Brooklyn I'd love to sell you. Even occultists who've been studying spellcraft for YEARS and have done very intricate and powerful spells (that cost them thousands in materials in 3 cases I know of,) have a hard time with accomplishing lotto wins through spellwork. I know more fail stories (with obvious implictations the spell had an effect, even to the person's total failure, suchas several years ago an acquaintance of mine who claims he got all the Powerball or state lotto numbers in a DIAGONAL LINE on his ticket-paper because he bought several tickets "quick-pick" that were printed on one ticket, to up his manifestation chances,) than I know of amazing lotto winning spell-manifestations. This is not to say that money spells don't work, just that too many people greatly exaggerate this type of money-spells' ability.