An African fraud from Bestspellscaster.comI, the spell caster Maxim, am completely fine with African sorcerers. Moreover, some of my good friends are sorcerers and shamans from Africa. Not only do I enjoy talking to them, but I also learn from them and share my experience with them. And it makes me very sad that the scammer in question is from Africa, specifically from Uganda.
The fate of any magician and sorceress is always the same. As soon as a professional magic practitioner, after many decades of experiments and training, develops a good reputation for his ability to do real magic, a lot of people start trying to get rich from their popularity. This is how the spell caster Maksim scam came into existence. One magic practitioner has about a hundred (and sometimes more) of those who impersonate him, who call themselves the sorcerer’s apprentices or followers, and even more of those who resort to other forms of deception, like this nameless Ugandan sorcerer did.
I looked through his entire website Bestspellscaster.com, and realized his name was not mentioned there even once. A ghost offers you to order all sorts of witchcraft services, while telling you about his remarkable achievements and promising you, in many different ways, to work miracles. Why did I not believe him? Because almost all articles on this website were stolen from my website spellshelp.com/. The theft was so blatant that in one of the texts he did not even bother to delete my sentence that all magical goods were delivered by Russian Post. As you know, there are no Russian Post offices in Uganda, and it does not deliver packages from Uganda to the United States… in the same way (see the website of the scammer) it is not done by the post of Uganda itself.
Packages from such countries are delivered by FedEx or other well-known postal services. But this is a different story. Hopefully, this information will help you identify fraudsters, like those who organized a spell caster Maksim scam or deceive people using their own or made-up names.
A fraudster is always very easy to identify. They give themselves away without knowing it. So it seemed quite ironic to me that on one of the pages of the pirate website, which I want to talk to you about, was a reminder that most sites about magic were created for the purpose of deception or were run by amateurs. As they say, a Freudian slip.
Maybe someone thinks that some beginning magic practitioner who does not have money yet, decided to use some texts stolen from me, and then, when he gets rich, replace them with authentic content, and therefore I should remain silent and help my colleague.
But I am not at war with him. I do not fight for my good name, and I do not try to argue with those using plagiarized content. It is more important to me that, by filling a website with stolen articles, a person who has nothing to do with magic starts providing the services that do nothing but harm. On this website there is plenty of evidence proving my diagnosis. The first one is the language of the website. As you will see if you click on the link above, it is English.
It exposes the lie right away. Authentic African magic practitioners work only under the guidance of African egregores (occult concept)– spirits, gods, Higher Powers, which help work miracles only within a small territory. An African shaman or healer living in Uganda or any other African country is unable to improve the health of a Londoner. To help him, the shaman should go to London or get the client to come to Africa.
This unchanging rule provides an excellent opportunity to easily identify fraudsters, and avoid any contact with them.
What else indicates that we are dealing with the spell caster Maksim scam, and that the person behind it has no knowledge of magic? On the few pages of their websites there are quite short and confusing descriptions of various rituals. Practically in each of them there are some unacceptable, critical errors. You can find advice to perform the ritual of reconciliation on the waning moon, whereas even newcomers know that all creative rituals are performed only when the moon is waxing. There can be advice to use twenty black candles to perform some ritual, while only white candles should be used in this specific kind of magic and the number “twenty” is not used in ritual witchcraft at all. You can find tips to perform the ritual using boiled eggs, while you should use only raw and fresh ones in magic.
In total, I found about fifty mistakes in those articles just taking a rapid glance at them. It is little things that make magic powerful. Once you make even a minor mistake, and your healing or saving ritual will immediately turn into a curse or a hex. On this website mistakes are made in almost all rituals, which means that everyone who falls for this spell caster Maksim scam automatically exposes themselves danger.
I would like to say a few words about the photos on the site. They are all taken from Google at the request of “spell caster”. No self-respecting sorcerer will ever use such photos. It is not about ethics or an attempt to make your website unique. For a spell caster, his website is just another magical tool along with his altar or a bowl for starting a magic fire. Therefore, all sorcerers are very serious about their websites and their content.
Each element of a website (it is something those behind spell caster Maksim scams do not know) is a source or a conductor of energy, and photos are not an exception. Stolen photographs, just like texts, deprive the website and the spell caster of their energy, while those purchased at a true price only strengthen them. And it is not surprising, because by paying for someone’s work, the magic practitioner helps this person, improving both his karma and that of his website.
However, the mastermind of the spell caster Maksim scam in question is not concerned about karma, whether it is his or his customers’. Visit the Black Magic section and you will see how the one responsible for the spell caster Maksim scam is careless regarding the magical consequences of his dark rituals. He does not warn his clients about the possible negative consequences they may face if they try to perform his rituals – something real spell casters always do. He does not warn his readers about the danger, planting an idea into their head that black magic is simple and does not cause the destruction of karma. “Do you want to curse someone?” he asks and immediately states, “It’s easy!” but does not say a word that the client will have to pay for it. For your information, it is the duty of each professional magic practitioner to protect the client from such consequences.
This is clearly seen when you visit the page devoted to money magic. Dishonest sorcerers believe that only black witchcraft is able to attract money offering the best means for enrichment. But black witchcraft has never been used for this in any of the witch cultures. Black magic was used to eliminate negative aspects keeping someone from getting rich, to drive away the alien creatures which attracted ill luck, to remove the curse of poverty, and so on, while only light or neutral rituals were used to attract money.
When the deceiver begins to give advice, you realize that he is bad even at lying, so he is probably a fool or a schoolboy. He offers his clients to make billions (this is how much money is promised on his website) by using a sheet of paper and colored markers. According to this “magic practitioner”, to get something, one needs to just write down what it is.
I do not understand how anyone can believe it. Indeed, how can one believe in something like this, if even the most experienced magicians spend months performing not the most complex of rituals?
Now let us go to the Magic Products section – the scammer’s online store. This is when it gets obvious it is a scam. Even if we disregard those stolen photographs, we cannot disregard the fact that he is offering some truly amazing products, such as some breast and buttock enlargement tablets for women and penis enlargement oils for men, weight loss lotions, creams to boost hair growth and to get a flat stomach. Had any of those worked, he would be a billionaire and would not have to steal anyone’s photographs and offer his magic services. Why would he do that having a never-ending source of money in his hands? Perhaps, it is not that simple and probably we are just dealing with another kind of fraud.
Perhaps, European and American justice will not reach Uganda and the deceiver will keep advertising and selling his useless junk. Moreover, I am not even sure that he actually ships his products to the buyers.
I do not want to experiment and buy those magic pills or creams. I just do not want to waste my time. Besides, I am very sorry for those who will fall for it. I am definitely not going to participate in it. But if you want to conduct such a bold experiment, I have no right to stop you. Although I ought to warn you – first find a doctor who will then treat you when you get poisoned or develop allergies or skin dermatitis.
That is the way it will be. After all, you are dealing with a deceiver who does not know what magic is and who should not be trusted. The only pleasant thing that you can count on after working with that man is when you upload a video on YouTube titled “How I was deceived by an African shaman”. But even this will not make up for your emotional and financial losses, even though many will find your video pretty interesting.
Today’s article is not the only one about spell caster Maksim scams, because there are more of them. The number of scammers grows every day, meaning we will always have something new to discuss. I have launched this website specifically to expose individuals like the one I told you about in this article. And I hope that my work will not be in vain, and I will stop you from the most reckless decision of your life – from working with a fake sorcerer who will do you nothing but harm and be a waste of money and time.