Ebay To Ban Sale Of Hexes And Spells: “Before They Do, Let’s Go Shopping”, Huffington Post UK by Michael Rundle @michaelrundle
I found an interesting article that I felt would be perfect for this website and it’s readers. I can feel my anticipation for Halloween again! I guess I’m on a break right now from sensing overwhelming negativity. I know that I have pretty much said everything for now that I was meant to say peacefully in order to help our society go forward in a positive and productive manor so I am at peace now for a bit. I never know when I am going to be used again, when my visions come, they come. It used to be less frequent and only when I needed a heads up or warning. It’s so strange but I don’t question it. I just go with the flow and try to decode it and sometimes even write about it… what the people need to know. Whatever I sense is peaceful and I would never do anything violent or destructive. It’s only to better mankind and never to do anything else but advise for a positive outcome. I disagree with radicals and extremists because I could never be one fore I am a Libra, a moderate that always tries to find the balance in things. Anyways, I don’t have an evil or destructive bone in my body or I would have to have it removed and thank goodness for that. I don’t hate anyone either because we are all God’s children. Some may need to go to the time out pit of hell for a while until they are purged, though. I hope you enjoy the following article
eBay has announced it will ban the sale of spells, hexes and magical items from its online auction site.
Yes – it actually used to allow it.
It seems that for years users have been taking to eBay to purchase love potions, artefacts with supposedly magical properties and spells for use in their daily lives.
But according to a post on its official blog, it will now be cracking down from September on “advice, spells, curses, hexing, conjuring, magic, prayers, blessing services, magic potions, [and] healing sessions”.
eBay had previously banned the sale of “intangible” items, but potions and other magical whatnot had not yet fallen under the restrictions.
eBay’s previous policy said it would not allow the sale of “things that people won’t be able to use or be able to confirm whether they’ve received the items.”
“Items where the value is placed on an intangible factor. For example, listings that offer someone’s “soul” or a container that claims to have someone’s “soul” are not allowed.”
But all is not lost – for anyone wanting to stock up on magical objects before the ban, here are some of the items that as of press time were still on sale: