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Well, if you were looking to cast a spell anytime soon, you’ll be disappointed to learn that the large auction site eBay has just banned them. You also won’t be able to get your hands on any potions, either.
Maybe it’s just the Harry Potter in us, but banning spells and potions seems a little mean. We know they don’t work, so why not let people have some fun with it? There are some people who really believe in that stuff, some people who are really passionate about it. Isn’t it a little mean to take that away from them?
Apparently eBay doesn’t care, as they just released a statement saying the site is banning merchandise related to “spells, curses, hexing, conjuring, magic prayers, blessing services, magic potions, and healing sessions.” The site is also banning advice. Advice? Come on, what harm can come from that?
There are still some items on the site that have relation to magical stuff, like the expensive “Wicca Witch Alchemist Book” and a $3,000 rock that has an “apparition of the Virgin of Guadalupe.”
Thankfully, Fine.Books reported in a discussion board on eBay that “miracles will still be permitted.”