MagickFromtheMysts wrote:prove their history in some way - whether by a demonstration of knowledge, or a sound reputation, you want proof. One of the great things about this forum is that you can readily look up almost any paranormal seller right now, and find a review about them somewhere here... you have proof of their service record and the quality of their work. Keep in mind that history is something that is easy to fake to an extent on the internet, but knowledge and reputation are NOT easy to fake. Especially not HERE. The proof, as we say, is in the pudding... and there are a LOT of sugar fiends here who are ready to stand up and shout when their pudding's been spiked with too much of the wrong substances. Dig a little.
The problem I see here is in two part:
1) The latest and most booming fad, is sellers who "learn conjuring from their spirits"...
That's a problem in and of itself, and if people don't see why, then the entire message of being cautious when it comes to conjurers, is lost.. people have to wake up.. if this method was so reliable, then Ash and Magnolia would not have spend the thousands of dollars they did on mentors teaching them.
2) Reviews are not full proof.. many of the people leaving feedback, are deaf and blind to spirits.. so how would they know if they really are getting what the conjurer said they got?