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eBay bans sale of magic potions, spells, curses and advice books in bid to stop charlatans

 
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08/17/2012 03:50 PM
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eBay bans sale of magic potions, spells, curses and advice books in bid to stop charlatans
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

Online auctioneers eBay are implementing new rules banning magic, potions and spells in an attempt to force swindlers and quacks off the site.

The past slogan 'Whatever it is - you can get it on eBay' will no longer apply from the end of August.

The new guidelines also ban advice on any of the magic-related subjects listed which means that sales of fantasy merchandise, such as books and products related to the Harry Potter novels, could be at risk.

The new rules intend to target more abstract items up for sale on eBay, such as spells to harm ex-partners, lucky potions and psychic readings.

Examples of services offered on eBay include an activation of 'Starseed/Lightworker DNA so that you may connect with your galactic guides from your home planet' and a £3.50 Love Trap Spell to force the unresponsive object of the buyers affection to 'want you big time'
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08/17/2012 04:07 PM
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Re: eBay bans sale of magic potions, spells, curses and advice books in bid to stop charlatans
This is worrisome. Folks must be having too much fun.

First Russia, then Romania, now Ebay.hmmm

Russia banned ads for magic-related items in 2010

[link to rt.com]

Romania won't even allow yoga, or other spiritual practices.

I'm old enough to remember during the "cold war" - that thing that fed all our money to the MIC before we had the war on terra to do it - Old Breshnev and Ronald Reagan had a summit and then put forth a huge amount of propaganda in their countries which was designed to criminalize drinking alchohol.

About that time, cops started hanging around outside bars looking for people to arrest for having too high a blood alchohol level.

Can't have people enjoying themselves now, can we?

If I want to buy a harry potter spell book for fun, where is the trouble?

First they came for the tobacco, then the alchohol, then the magic spell books? LOL

Why don't they just outlaw fun of any sort any time?