Love Spells Wicca
Love Spells Wicca – Does it break the rule of “… and harm none”?
Does casting love spells according to Wicca break the only one rule they have which is from the Wiccan Rede:
“and it harm none… do as ye will”?
Wicca is a religion that was based on European witchcraft of old, and made popular by Gerald Gardner in the 1950’s.
The Wiccan Rede is a guideline (some say rules) on how to practice Wicca (see Wiccan Rede copy here).
So, if love spells change people’s destinies (when you cast a love spell on someone, they won’t want anyone else but YOU) – is it breaking the Wiccan rule of not harming anyone?
Are you violating that persons’ free will?
The answer is: it depends.
Here’s the deal: if you cast a spell to FORCE someone to love you, then yes you are basically by-passing that persons’ free will.
Its’ like giving them a spiritual “Bill Cosby” and having your way with them! (Sorry, I did not think young readers would know what “Spanish Fly” or other drugs to have sex with someone would be. So used #currentculturalreference).
However, if you cast the love spell in a way that respects their free will – but EMPHASIZES all the good reasons why YOU should be the one for them, then its’ like advertising messages on magazines which try to influence you to buy a brand – without putting a gun to your head!
So, it all depends within the context of the spell you are casting, how it is worded and whether you care (or not) about the persons’ free will if you break the Wiccan Rede when casting love spells Wicca style!