Prncez commented...
2/27/2009 - 22:07
Well Said !!!

Loved the look on your face when you said, "Don't give them money".
SultrySkeptic commented...
3/2/2009 - 23:14
Why is Dantalion still around? I got bored this evening and went on ROR and wow. He was still there.

Sad. Very sad.
Traegorn commented...
3/5/2009 - 7:53
Mostly because the man is insane.

Seriously
poppy commented...
3/5/2009 - 16:52
Can anyone tell me if they have had any dealings with alinda.co.uk or meesha to do with spell casting.

Thank you.
ogblondie commented...
3/14/2009 - 1:35
never posted before, but i was one of those people tho email you when i first found out about fastspells. well, i still want to thank you for doing what you did. i can definately see how frustrating it is for you to see people still wasting money on those scams, but take pride in knowing you helped many. you cant help everyone. snake oil salesmen will be around forever. you'll always be my hero.
ogblondie commented...
3/14/2009 - 1:42
i never followed the Dantalion crazyness because well, it seemed really crazy (although i was crazy enough to fall for reynolds), but a quick google search shows that Dantalion is a Greek duke of hell. what kind of self advertisement is that???? yes i think i'll ask the duke of hell to cast a spell for me, he'll only ask for my soul in return.

wow.
Prncez commented...
3/24/2009 - 20:35
You may have already seen this, if not check it out.


http://originalninjacat.typepad.com/my_weblog/fun/
Traegorn commented...
3/24/2009 - 22:34
That's what I'm talking about in this blog entry: http://blogs.trhonline.com/getpost.pl?messnumb=1235587501&user=2
Sunshine Acolyte commented...
4/13/2009 - 23:17
You're genius <3

Scamming of the methaphysical kind is an offline plague too.

I think the root of the problem lies in people's misconception of how true magic works.

Performing rituals and reciting spells is the only way to go and what's more; they can only affect yourself and your own state of mind.

So while attending a ritual or service performed by others can be a wholesome and benificient passtime, i enjoy that immensly myself, it is not a substitute for taking the time, effort and research of actually learning and performing the procedures yourself.

If people claim results through having others cast spells or perform rituals on their behalf there is nothing under the sun to refute that is, and only can be, the result auto suggestion.

This itself proving that whomever requested the services rendered really worked the magic themselves, inspite of whomever swindled them out of their money for it.

Myself being an avid enthusiast and practicioner of goetic magic find it extremely offensive that some half baked charlatan would would choose a genuine spirit for a monniker, one i invoked often no less.

(i can forgive the black metal band of the same name, even if it's not my cup of tea)

I believe you are doing a great job exposing huxsters who take advantage of people's beliefs/lack of insight and commend you on educating people.

Carry on :3

meep commented...
4/17/2009 - 17:01
ninjacat has done a pretty good job of following it up in the real world. I really hope she actually did take the legal action she says she did. Prison should pretty effectively quiet the crazy. And from what she's suggesting, there's enough out there on Mr. Carlton to put him away for a substantial vacation.
ogblondie commented...
4/23/2009 - 1:03
prncz already posted this, but for the sake of others who are coming here to read about Brittney Reynolds scams -- her latest one is Magicksoftheworld.com. it's written in the same style at fastspells.com, and has the same look of the webpage, almost down to a T. britney might learn a little from her past, but not enough for us not to keep finding her. I'd love to smack her upside the head with my large bong.