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    Default Magick mistakes

    This thread is for people that made mistakes in their magickal rituals, for them to share those experiences for our learning and if it was, funny, entertainement.
    What do you say?What's the craziest thing that happened because of a missfired spell?

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    One time I created a runic sigiltor charged with sexual energy to cause a snow day. The result was the biggest blizzard this state had seen in quite some time. Garages collapsed, cars were buried with people inside, and most of the staff at the hospital ward I was in either could not come to work or could not leave work for a day or two. Then after I left the hospital I noticed something about the bind rune that seemed to translate as a self replication mechanism. I felt the being's presence and that it was about to begin multiplying uncontrollably, and could feel it using me for this. I did something about it, I forgot what, and it worked.
    "Now it's you know who, I got the you know what. I'll stick it you know where, you know why, you don't care..." -- Marylin Manson

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    I friend of mine had just broken up with a boyfriend, and she commiserated with a couple of us who knew some magic. That is to say, we had the skill to cast the spell, but not the experience or wisdom to choose not to. Well, we decided that we would take some of her feelings of depression on the theory that A) grief shared was grief divided and B) having no personal stake in the relationship beyond our friendship with the girl meant the emotions would not cling to us as tightly. It worked, of course. The spell of empathy broke through the girl's depression and cheered her up noticeably. One problem. The girl was in a wheelchair and neither me nor my accomplice could walk until the spell started to fade about 20 min later.
    Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. --Margaret Mead

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    Only 2?I am happy to see that so many people are able to aply magick whitout mistake.

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