Magic Charging Scam
From the desk of Reverend Tom Erik Raspotnik
Let me explain a bit of my background, so you critic's do not spin things in a direction that makes me look bad “critics love to make me look bad.”
I have been involved in the sales and marketing of over a half a million dollars in antiques and collectibles, my life thanks to Satan has been filled with success in almost every business I have touched, I also own almost one million dollars in antiques and am certified in antique appraisals.
My fiancee has been involved in transactions in gems and jewelry for over 30 years, and also is a appraiser of fine jewelry, but besides all of these important abilities to determine everything from fake gold to false gemstones to myself being able to see reproductions and repairs in antiques.
But aside from all of these important skills and acquaintances, I am as well as my future wife both accomplished magicians, knowledgeable in almost every type of magical skill both of us having over 65 plus years combined involved in magic, from ritual to spell creation and beyond that I also have within my Theistic Satanic Temple a linguistic expert, Paranormal Investigators , and many other magicians both male and female, but this is not bragging its helping you understand why I can say that almost all items that people are selling that they claim are empowered are fraudulent.
But let me explain this further and the reasons why also here are some important questions you can pose the sellers and ask them what they are trying to fraud people with.
Ask your seller:
- What type of ritual, or type of magic are you using to empower your magical ring, necklace, etc.
- What type of magical studies have you (the seller) personally been taught, or been involved in and how long have you practiced this.
- Do you offer a “money back guarantee.”
- Can you (the seller) offer a certificate of authentic from an accredited Archeologist to the actual age you are claiming the item is.
I can honestly tell you there are hundreds of sellers attempting to steal your wallet, or purse with these items and I will tell you this and I doubt anyone would be able to debate this fact.
- No item can be empowered by a retailer, let alone a magician who does not have a broad historical background, and no item can be empowered or contain a demon, or any other creature since it ultimately is the deity that controls such creatures, or constructs and while magicians can summon some creatures or entities I honestly believe very few have the skills to trap and empower items such as rings with these entities, and I offer up a “Iron Clad” 10,000.00 Cash Reward for the retailer who can provide actual evidence to the item they are offering working.
When people are struggling in relationships, financially or just plain hate somebody, they get desperate and this desperation often has people making purchases that are empowered, or even charged while most retailers are merely offering off “knock offs” from Chinese Manufactures, I buy jewelry and you will be amazed at how close the reproductions are to and close they resemble ancient artifacts, everything from rings to vases, to dolls are being sold under a guise of being charged or haunted or magic and they merely defrauding you.
I can honestly say I do not think retailers (and I own a jewelry store with my fiancee) with a FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY disclaimer are doing anything wrongs but those making grandiose claims need to be arrested for fraud and even theft charges, I will expose these retailers to protect Occult Consumers and plan a new site listing those who are out there stealing your hard earned monies, and I can tell you I once sold spells and incantations and sold thousands of dollars actually I hold an E Bay record of selling a spell for 6000.00 but in all my ads which made various claims I also attached the disclaimer FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY as should everyone else selling or attempting to sell charged or magical items, because a REAL MAGICAN knows that magic placed in an item takes more than buying it from a Chinese Wholesaler or making it, and most people who practice magic REAL MAGIC do not engage in stealing peoples hard earned monies, or stealing from those desperate individuals seeking help.
Please send me your stories of people stealing from you to email@example.com and I will include the retailers in my new upcoming site, and include them in the site Rip Off Reports.
Reverend Tom Erik Raspotnik