Friday, May 13, 2005

Witches Selling Spells To Cast Away Unlucky Day

HOOPESTON, Ill. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Today is Friday the 13th, but the unlucky day can be cast away thanks to a witch school which sells their spells.

Wiccans at the Witch School, a real life school for aspiring sorcerers, have concocted a batch of spells which they are selling in stores across the U.S.

The spell kits have themes like “healing,” “love attraction,” “money,” and “protection” and include a ceremonial candle with an enchantment wrapped around it describing how to cast a spell.

However, Witch School spokesman Ed Hubbard says they aren’t selling any “dark and evil” spells because, as he puts it, “We don’t deal in curses.”

Hubbard insists the goody-two-shoe spells work if the directions are followed correctly and should be cast on oneself rather than another for maximum effect.

He believes wannabe broom-flyers in their late 20s to early 30s will be the biggest market for the $1 spell kits because “they are the sons and daughters of hippies” and thus, would be more familiar with alternative practices.

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