[quote=“tiberius_james, post:3, topic:6658”]a mundane approach is probably the best bet.
you know, marketing, advertising, strategic business sense. magic is not necesarily a panacea to all our problems, and like any energetic system, magic always has a cost involved, one way or another.
i’m certainly not saying that magic shouldn’t be used (and used frequently), but it needs to be applied in a responsible way, and evoking a Goetic King should probably have a good reason attached.
why not try basic candle magic? or tarot magic, or devout prayer? they’re all legitimate forms of magic which are easily worked for this kind of objective.
When I first contacted a Goetic King,it was for a relatively serious reason.But after that,I was asking them for some of the most petty things.ANd not just to influence teachers to avoid orally assessing me,or things like that,but even more trivial,like getting little kids to like me,or stuff like that.
People mentioned Bune.I think she is a good idea,but even though she gets a reputation for being a money machine,her true value is in ancestral work,and psychopomp work,that the goddess is devoted into looking not at the value in our pockets,but at the value in our genes.
My suggestion would be King Belial,though he’s very intense,not always good to beginners,likes to test you,may come off as rude,etc.
But you are asking us for a magical method to double,or triple your business,so dramatic and intense magical approaches are the first things that come to my mind.
And as for doing mundane work,that’s perhaps the one of the most important thing in magick,that you are not making things pop out of thin air,nor are you pushing circumstances around.
If I were to place a love spell on a girl,and it is effective,do you think anything will happen if I don’t talk to her?
THis is what you’re doing with magic,controlling the things you can’t control by mundane means,and using it to generate an insane streak of good luck(which is really just your own skill in the metaphysical) to back up those mundane things you’re doing.