Black Magic Basics

Updated: Oct 26, 2021


What is Black Magic


Black magic has traditionally referred to the use of supernatural powers or magic for evil and selfish purposes.


When discussing black magic, we should understand that black magic is the same as any other magic. It in itself is not good or bad. It's a neutral energy that has no feelings, hate, or love. The intent of the practitioner determines black magic from white magic.


A curse, hexes, psychic attacks, voodoo dolls, or evil wishes are considered black magic because the practitioner is employing negative energy with the intent to harm someone.


The simple definition of What is black magic? It is a spell or ritual that is performed or cast with the intent to harm someone. There is nothing special about black magic; any practitioner of magic could perform black magic. It is merely the intent to cause harm that makes black magic different.

How to use Black Magic


The majority of Witches and magic practitioners will agree that they are opposed to using black magic or magic to harm someone. Unfourtanley, this is not true for all magic practitioners.


During my travels, especially in the middle east and the far east, I have heard rumors and whispers of people who practice black magic with the sole intent to harm others. One example is Black Shamanism, which is practiced in Mongolia and Siberia.

Those areas do not practice the Wiccan Traditions, which are a lot stronger in North America. The majority of people who practice Wiccan traditions adhere to the Rede of "harm none."


Let's return to the subject of How to use Black Magic? First, I would recommend not performing black magic, but if you must, use it with extreme caution. Many, including myself, believe that using black magic will bring bad karma.


Remember, there are counterspells to black magic. Some of these spells will reflect the black magic or negative energy back at you. It is not worth the risk.


If you still insist on performing black magic, remember what I have been saying. Black magic is the same as any other magic; the only difference is the intent. Take the steps that you would develop a spell-like you would like any other spell.

How to Know if Black Magic has been done on You


The first thing to do if you believe black magic has been done on you is to start looking for these signs.


The most telltale sign of black magic is that you will begin to experience nightmares. If this has happened to you, start a journal of when you are having nightmares and note the nightmare's intensity and the moon phase. If you have had black magic cast on you, the intensity level will be at its most potent on the new moon.


Next, do you remember ever having any tell you they were going to put a curse or hex on you? A way practitioners of black magic add strength to their curses and hexes is to say to their victims they will curse or hex them. They call it planting the seed.


Do you have anyone who dislikes you or you view as a rival? Maybe an ex-lover, a coworker, or even a classmate. Perhaps you have someone who believes you have wronged them and could be out for revenge. If any of these are true, have you noticed any signs that they could practice magic?


Are you experiencing sharp jabbing pains that are unexplainable and started suddenly?


Have you noticed the black magic seems stronger during the night? The majority of black magic practitioners do so during the nighttime hours. The reason is that their victims are usually asleep, and their psychic defenses are down.


If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you might have had black magic cast on you.


How to Remove Black Magic


If you believe you have had black magic cast on you, it is time to do something about it. Black Magic is dangerous if it is left to play out its course.


One way to remove black magic is with a candle binding spell. This binding spell will bind the person's powers who cast the black magic upon you and make their spell powerless.


Candle Binding Spell


Ingredients:


A black candle

A black cord

Rosemary oil

A match or lighter to light the candle

Black satin

Something to carve the candle with (pin, needle, or pen)

Performed during a waning moon (waning moon when it is in the phase in which its visible surface area is getting smaller)


How it's done:


Start by inscribing the name of the person that cast the black magic on you. If you do not know who cast the spell, carve "The One Who Sends Me Curses" in the candle.


Now anoint the candle with three drops of rosemary oil and repeat the following:


"No longer is this candle merely wax and wick.

By the power of the ancient gods, by the power of the ancient goddesses,

And by the power of my will, this candle is now the evil one who has cursed me."

Next, take the black cord and wrap it around the candle nine times and repeat the following twice:


"Evil one, evil one. The spell is now undone!

No more harm shall come from thee,

Hold now the power to curse none!

This is my will, so mote it be."


Light the candle and allow it to burn out. Take the remaining wax and wrap it in the black satin. Bury the remaining wax in the earth somewhere where no one will disturb it.


Black Magic Spells


There are different types of black magic. Each kind is dangerous and should not be used by magic practitioners.


The first and probably most common type of black magic is the curse. A curse is an utterance intended to invoke magic to inflict harm or punishment on someone or something.


Some cultures call curses different things. In African American hoodoo, it is known as a Jinx. In the Middle East, they call it the Evil Eye. Germans and the Pennsylvania Dutch call a curse a hex.


Another type of black magic is Psychic attacks. These occur when dark and negative energetic vibrations are sent from one individual to another, creating disturbances in the person's energy and physical bodies. This negative energy can be called a spirit, an entity, a thought form, or dark negative energy. Each of these energies can create harmful effects within the person receiving them.




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