Most people we talk to shy away from hearing about black magic because of the stigma it carries. Nowhere will we hear of someone attesting to doing black magic. The reason for it, is we don’t see our own actions as negative. We are more likely to see other people as practitioners of the dark.
Wikipedia defines black magic as: “Black magic has traditionally referred to the use of supernatural powers or magic for evil and selfish purposes. With respect to the left-hand path and right-hand path dichotomy, black magic is the malicious, left-hand counterpart of the benevolent white magic.”
We know we practice black magic when:
⦁ We light candles in a place of worship for the downfall of a family member, a friend, an acquaintance, a stranger, our boss or anyone else for that matter.
⦁ We pray fervently against someone.
⦁ We call on an otherworldly being we believe to be of the light to dismantle a person or persons.
⦁ We invoke a demonic entity or entities to do our biddings, to acquire that which does not belong to us, whether small or big.
⦁ We imprison people’s soul, luck, wealth, intelligence, class, social status or anything else we are jealous of, in a box, a freezer, a tomb, an attic or any secret place of ours.
⦁ We wish evil on someone and emit strong thoughtforms to destroy that someone.
⦁ We go to a shaman, a priest, a medium, a witch doctor or the like, to have work done on our behalf when merit and worth are not present.
Many of us have been down that road or are also privy of others on it. There is no judgement involved. It is what it is.
Now, in a clairvoyant and clairsentient way, we can see and feel the effect of such destruction. The being or beings called upon unleash their weapons onto people and thereby cause harm to the earth plane also.
Another aspect of black magic is that the surroundings of such a practitioner are now corrupt. Family members’ life may be dismantled due to the action of that one person. The atmosphere around that particular family may be that of losses, hurt, accidents, illnesses and/or death.
In the end, we all consciously or unconsciously choose our path in life, be it light, dark or neutral.