Hoopeston, IL (PRWEB) April 14, 2006
Did you ever want to cast a spell for peace, love, hope and prosperity? Well Witch School is organizing an experimental global spell casting marathon for exactly that purpose. On May 5th, hundreds of active participants are dedicated to providing the magickal force that will help cast this world wide spell and energize the whole mystic field of the planet.
According to the Most Rev. Donald Lewis, “We are putting together a mystic group to energize the activated Crystal Web and help allow divine energy to channel through people. By allowing people to directly channel Celestial energy, we hope they may help themselves and others find love, hope, prosperity and even peace. In the simplest terms, we are creating a spell that allows people to do amazing things for others.”
Individuals can participate by casting their own spells, or they can utilize Witch School Mini Spells. They have created five spells, one for accessing the Crystal Web, and one for each Peace, Love, Hope and Prosperity. In fact, in order to expand the spell and bring in even more energy, they plan to give away spells on May 5th in some major cities starting with Chicago.
”We are working on this global spell as part of the one year anniversary of Mini-Spells. With these small packets of personal magic, we will help thousands to use magick, many for the first time”, according to Ed Hubbard, CEO of Witch School. He continues, “We will also have hundreds of Witches casting spells and adding new stones to our Crystal Web. It will allow anyone to cast their own spell for love, prosperity, hope and peace. Together this many spell casters will have a wonderful and yet unknown effect on this world. We will see signs and wonders if we are truly lucky.”
If magic is real, then in three weeks from today, Witch School will carry out this experiment in global magick and change the world. Then we will discover if we can simply wish into being love, peace, prosperity and hope for this world.
Check out http://www.Minispells.com for more information or calling Ed Hubbard at 217-283-4360.