An interesting, subjective and different look at love spells. How can we prove that love spells work? Are we just attributing the positive outcome of a situation to the love spell?
It reminds us of a love spell we discussed with a famous spell caster in East Africa. He says to make someone leave the house one has to simply throw a dead black animal under that house (some african houses are on pillars). And, according to him, within 3 days the person would exit the house. I started to wonder why. Then again I realised that the smell of the rotting animal would get anyone to leave the house. He laughed. So there you go, it could have been an animal of any color, any animal. So some "spells" are just logical actions that we seem to overlook. So if we do logical things, then we can get result. Or, are there things beyond our knowledge that do magically work? This debate is endless.
In a case where a woman has left her man. The man approaches a love spell caster and seek help. Now, whatever the spell caster would ask him to do to get her back would become a "love spell". So let us analyze this issue in a different way. What if that man goes to the woman's father instead of a love spell caster and explains his trouble. The woman's father knows his daughter very well and would certainly know how to change his daughter's mind. And so he instructs the man on exactly what he should tell his daughter to get her back. He writes all of them on a piece of paper and gives the man and tells him to wait around 9pm and call her on the telephone. He does and tells her everything, as instructed, and he wins her back. So, was the father a love spell caster? Did he write down a love spell? No, once more, logic was implied. However, are there things beyond our knowledge that do magically work? This debate is endless.
An example of a non-logical love spell.
A love spell caster tells his client looking to have a lover back to (for example) burry a photo of himself and his lover together with 6 eggs. Now, it makes us wonder WHY would this make her return. In these scenarios, one has to resort to "faith" in the unknown if he/she chooses too. Not everything that cannot be understood should be dismissed.