@StarWitch. Do you have any evidence whatsoever that love spells actually work? To what extent does a love spell help a user to find his or her soulmate? How long does it take to learn how to use such a spell so as to produce the required effect?
No. I don't know. I don't know.
Presumably, your definition of a soulmate is somebody whom you are supposed to meet at some point in your life - sooner or later you are supposed to meet such and such a person, right?
That's the general definition of a "soul mate", yes. I don't know if I even believe in soul mates myself. I'm like any of you; I go through different phases with my beliefs.
What if your alleged "soulmate" is a different race or colour, which is non-White?
Then hopefully you aren't a racist. It could be that you and your soulmate are supposed to deal with the struggles of being an interracial couple so that you can grow stronger together.
Are you seriously suggesting a White supremacist could well have a soulmate who is Black, Latino, Asian or Native American?
I don't recall suggesting that, but sure, that could happen. Why not?
Surely, no just God could ever approve a situation whereby a normal person is tested in such a way, which is beyond the level of toleration for most people?
Maybe the point of the "test" is to help that person overcome their racism.
Most people do not want to date a person of a different race, which is regardless of their race, creed or colour. Its a fact of life that each race has it's own concept of "racial integrity"; in which case, how could you possibly expect White folk to be any different from ethnic minorities in America?
I don't expect anything from people because they normally let me down.
Let's get to the point: Is it remotely possible that a White person could unexpectedly have a "soulmate" who is a completely different race or colour; and if so, surely each and every individual has the freedom of conscience (which is a fundamental human right) NOT to fall in love with him or her - at least not in this present incarnation?
Sure, that sounds reasonable to me. If you want to learn more about soulmates, there are several good books on the topic. I like the books "Journey of Souls" and "Destiny of Souls". They explain spiritual concepts in an easy-to-understand way and they answer all the different questions that people have. The answers in those books are based on hypnotic regression sessions where clients regressed back to a time when they were living in the spirit world, in-between their human incarnations. They explain everything that happens there and they talk about soulmates extensively. The books say that it is quite possible that you and your soulmate are not supposed to be together romantically in a particular lifetime. Your soulmate could be your friend, your sister, a teacher, etc. It doesn't have to be your lover. Or your soulmate may decide to incarnate at a different time than you did, so he or she may not walking the Earth at all right now. Maybe you had to learn how to get by on your own, without your soulmate here to help you.
Last but not least, I would like to know whether you are endowed with mystical insight to know who a person's soulmate is likely to be in terms of race, creed or colour in this present life cycle.
No, I cannot tell you who your soulmate is.
Don't take anyone else's word for important issues in your life. Unless the person knows you better than you know yourself, they don't have any more knowledge or insight into your life than you do.
If your soulmate is a different race than you, and you are a racist, then I'd say that this is an opportunity for you and your family members (who are almost certainly racist if you are) to overcome their racism and realize that even though black people may often be raised in an inner-city culture that is very different from our own, they are still human beings with hopes, dreams, and emotions. Even though some inner-city people may be emotionally harder than a lot of white people you know, it's not a genetic trait. It's just that when you're raised around a lot of violence you have to learn to close down your emotions so that you don't become overwhelmed by them. I had to do the same thing and I wasn't even black. So it can happen to anyone, but black people experience it more because of the environment they are often raised in. (I'm speaking about the U.S. I don't know about other countries.)
Anyway, I don't know that I even believe in soul mates anymore (I used to believe in them back in the day when I wrote most of my website.) I think the majority of the romantic feelings that people experience are chemical, not spiritual. I'm very practical-minded about things and tend to seek scientific explanations before jumping to spiritual conclusions.