A magic spell is a set of words and actions that are intended to influence the physical, emotional, or spiritual aspects of the real world. Magic spells exist in one form or another and are an important part of many cultures. Although there is a lot of literature on how to apply effective magic, there are very few sources that tell the spell casters how long they need to wait to see their spell results. According to various traditions, the result of a spell may only take a day or two or a few weeks. In many pagan traditions, the general rule of thumb is that if you don’t see something that starts to appear around (a lunar cycle), then you may need to revisit your work. In other traditions, especially in Hoodoo and rootwork, a spell is designed to work for a specific period of time (for example, a seven-day candle spell). The result should appear within the specified time after the work is completed. In addition, different types of spells work at different speeds. For example, a spell that deals with a disease may attract money or change your luck faster than a love spell or spell. Often, spells don’t immediately produce obvious results. For example, a love spell can begin with a change in the emotions of the person who cast the spell. Even if their feelings change, it can take a while for feelings to become actionable or fully developed. Instead of spending time worrying about whether the spell is in effect, it is often a good idea to continue living as usual. Be careful may indicate that your spell is affecting small changes in change, even if the change is slower and more subtle than you prefer. A good idea is to keep some kind of magical diary. Record what you did, what to do, how the situation was, and so on. Make a note of what happened so that you can review it later and see if it has begun to appear.