A Lithuanian debt collector has hired a witch to hunt down companies and individuals who are failing to pay their debts amid the credit crunch.
‘Our new employee will help them to understand the situation, reconsider what is right and wrong and act accordingly,’ said a company spokesman.
Vilija Lobaciuviene, who describes herself as ‘Lithuania’s leading witch,’ is renowned in the former Soviet republic for providing such ‘magical’ services as predicting the future and casting spells.
What think you, Sylvanish?
5 thoughts on “Debt collector hires witch”
heh, kinda neat, But shes full of shit just by claiming to be a ‘leading witch’. whorishly marketing her services to a company especially a debt collection company, is anathema… she’s clearly a naga. I hope the real lithuanian witches at least hex her if not call her out.
predicting the future? ooooo I bet she reads tarot and does crystal healing too.
This is a very creative whore and nothing more. She may not be whoring for sex, but if shes even remotely true to herself and even remotely true to her soul: she put a cheap price on it and sold it to a debt collection agency. Whore.
I figured you’d feel like that. How anyone w/ true talent could do that is beyond me.
lol, “true talent”
I’d love to see her do thing kind of thing under any kind of serious testings, lol
@tiki god: I don’t think you are fully grasping what magik is. It’s not hocus pocus and reading the future or any of that parlor trick mumbo jumbo.
It is the art and science of creating change in accordance with will.
Getting the job you want is an act of magik. Blowing your nose is an act of magik. Painting your house is an act of magik.
Inspiring someone to better their life, or using a bit of mysticism to give someone a sense of confidence so they can ask out that pretty girl or nice guy they are otherwise too shy to approach… that is magik.
Witches who cast spells on other people are not much different than Christians who pray for/at other people. Except they should know better, imo.