ABOUT BLACK MAGICK…
November 26, 2020
The witchcraft community is growing rapidly and becoming more accepting of all types of magick, including those that don’t necessarily follow a moral code. In past articles, I’ve touched on multiple types of magick, but I’d like to go more in depth on some of them.
Today we are talking about black magick. It’s extremely controversial, so if you are religious or disagree with these topics, please don’t read any further.
Black magick: the belief in magickal spells that harness occult forces or evil spirits to produce unnatural effects in the world, usually used for selfish purposes.
As with any type of magick, different witches practice in different ways. Some witches worship the devil while using black magick, and some witches don’t.
Wiccans do not practice black magick because it is against their moral laws. Pagans could practice black magick if they wanted to and so could regular witches that don’t conform to any type of religion.
Don’t get it confused, black magick can be good if the intent behind it is pure. For example, if you’re cursing someone because they caused harm on your family, that is a good reason, in most people’s books.
The art of black magick is widely spread, but here are some examples:
- Curses- a solemn utterance intended to invoke a supernatural power to inflict harm or punishment on someone or something, (usually lasts for generations and is intense/potentially dangerous).
- Hexes- less intense than a curse, lasts for a short period of time.
- Necromancy- communicating with the dead to discover secrets, the future, or do your bidding.
- Immortality spells- conjuring spirits or energy to prolong the life of the practitioner.
- Blood magick- blood used in order to strengthen any spell/ritual.
- Sex magick- sexual activity used in magical, ritualistic or spiritual endeavors to manifest a desired result.
I DO NOT ENCOURAGE THIS TYPE OF MAGICK. THIS IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.