Why cant i look at "Jack B, resurrected's" question Do you believe in the old grimoires of Ceremonial Magick a






I wanted to see this question but it keeps saying “I’m sorry but you connot view this question at this time”
what the heck is going on?!?
can anyone tell me what Jack B said???
“Do you believe in the old grimoires of Ceremonial Magick as a means to contact spirits/demons?”
Aww. I feel sad now 🙁
I really like Jack B, his a funny guy.
I still like him even if he did block me.
I just wish i could read his question 🙂
That_guy_drew: it still says the same thing 🙁
thanks for trying though.


  1. Is he on your contact list? Doesn’t that usually happen when people block their answers from non-contacts?
    or maybe Y!A is just frooty today. =P
    edit: i just checked that question, but it works fine for me. why would he block you? there’s no reason for that, is there?

  2. If you were “blocked” then I don’t think you’d be able to see the question listed in the first place. Maybe he’s editing it right now.

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