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Why Not Practice Black Magic?
« on: July 15, 2011, 01:06:28 PM »
You may have heard the expression “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.” Well, it aptly illustrates what black magic can do to people. As you probably know, there are two kinds of magic: White and Black. White Magic aims to produce positive results through its rituals and ceremonies, while the goal of Black Magic is to harm others. Of course, that’s not how practitioners of Black Magic see things, and they’re very adept at persuading people of the benefits of practicing it. Above all, you should make sure never to fall into that trap.

Black Magic is a collection of practices, rituals, ceremonies and spells destined to harm others. It can produce a large array of possible effects, from minor physical or psychological ailments, to much more serious problems.

No matter how it’s presented to you, and especially if you’re tempted to try it for yourself, I beg you please to consider what I have to say to you first. That’s all I ask.

If you then decide to use Black Magic despite my warnings, you won’t be able to say you weren’t warned, and you shouldn’t be surprised when your demonic activities result in disastrous consequences.

A Simple Application of Cosmic Law

I’m not making any moral judgments about Good and Evil here, nor am I saying that White Magic is always Good, and Black Magic always bad. All I want to do is warn you about the Cosmic Law of Cause-and-Effect, as explained below.

When you perform an act it can have different consequences, depending on the choices you make. For example, the effects on your life can be radically different depending on which road you choose to get home. Say one day you decide to take a new way home. You may pass through an unfamiliar neighborhood, see different things that interest you, or even meet someone you know whom you haven’t seen for a long time. The person could even turn out to be your soul-mate!

Or you might find out, when you get home, that some terrible accident happened on the road you usually take, and if you’d been there you might have easily gotten hurt.

What you should understand from all this is simply that your life can change completely, depending on the choices you make day in and day out.
That’s the Law of Cause-and-Effect: choosing one action over another will always have different repercussions in your life.

These repercussions will, in turn, become the cause of other events, resulting in more consequences that are totally different, depending on what you’ve chosen to do, and how you react.


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« Reply #1 on: Today at 04:35:28 PM »


Why Not Practice Black Magic?
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2011, 01:07:36 PM »
Always Choose The Positive Path

Our lives are chains of events that are interdependent on each other. The positive or negative tone you give to everything you do leads to a second Cosmic Law.

Negative actions always have negative consequences, and positive actions always have positive consequences, even if how they’re positive isn’t immediately apparent.

The great Indian sage Mahatma Gandhi declared: “I chose the path of non-violence because its effects can only be peaceful. When you choose the path of violence, you never know what kind of hell it can lead to.”

That’s the Law of Positivism.


Why Not Practice Black Magic?
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2011, 01:09:14 PM »
Your Target May Suffer… But You Will Too!

The insidious side of Black Magic is that it can be terribly effective. A target may suffer from the effects of the spell you cast, although I don’t advise doing it yourself since you’re not a specialist in the occult.

If you practice Black Magic without any occult training, your spells will be sure to come back and haunt you, just like a boomerang always returns to where it was thrown. Of that you can be certain, since the Law of Cause-and-Effect, also called Karma, is unchanging.

Once again, I’m not making any moral judgments about Good and Evil, nor am I telling you what you should or should not do. All I’m saying is that your actions will automatically produce certain results, and whether those results are positive or negative will depend on your motivation at the moment you do them. I repeat: a positive action (or thought or word) will lead to a positive result; a negative action (or thought or word) will have a negative result. That’s just the way things are, and these Laws are automatic and eternal.

I’m telling you all this simply to inform you of the existence of the Astral Laws, not to preach to you in any way.

It’s up to you to decide how to live your life. But if you choose to follow the path of Black Magic, you can’t say you weren’t warned.

The interesting thing is that those who cast dark spells or perform dark ceremonies, i.e. specialist in the occult, have nothing to fear since they know how to protect themselves. It’s not the same for you. A spell can certainly affect the person it’s aimed at, but the shock you receive when it comes back will be as bad, if not worse, than the harm it caused elsewhere. So be very careful about using Black Magic.

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Why Not Practice Black Magic?
« Reply #3 on: July 17, 2011, 01:09:52 PM »
good one.
both and their families will also be effected by this black magick
In a day..when u dont come across any problems... you can be sure that you are traveling in wrong path - SWAMI VIVEKANANDA


Why Not Practice Black Magic?
« Reply #4 on: August 22, 2011, 08:28:48 PM »
good article :)
everything will bounce back with its result
be it good or bad deed


Why Not Practice Black Magic?
« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2011, 02:48:52 PM »
its like getting your work done through corruption
but one day you will be caught and punished

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« Reply #6 on: October 14, 2011, 05:29:30 PM »
Very nice article.

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