Dating a magical person has its perks (bowls of ice-cream can now magicall re-fill themselves, people) but it also has its foibles.
After careful reflection and a lot of tarot, I decided that yes, I am in fact part witch (though not as much as I’d like).
There’s a stereotype in our society of men as clueless creatures who are vaguely aware of the women around them and mostly concerned with football scores and stock quotes.
Maybe this stereotype adequately describes most muggle dudes, but it’s a long, long way from nailing the wizards of this world.
This form of magick (as it's spelled when referring to true spellwork, as opposed to a magician's tricks) comes with a whole host of ethical questions, chief among them: Is there a way to cast a love spell Alexander tells us that committing to performing love magick means you're already in emotionally murky waters: "Matters of the heart are often baffling.
When our emotions are engaged, when we're overcome with desire, we may not be able to see situations clearly." In other words, don't be afraid to question your motives — and be sure to consult an experienced spellcaster to guide you.