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Black Magic: A Deeper Understanding

Many people ask: What is Black Magic? It is defined as the belief of practices of magic that draws on assumed malevolent powers As I have mentioned in my other articles, I usually discourage my students from engaging into these type of magic. However, I also believe that one way to greater understanding of why I greatly discourage this is to explain it thoroughly. This type of magic is usually invoked when wishing to kill, steal, injure, cause misfortune or destruction, or for personal gain without regard to harmful consequences to others.

As a term, it is normally used by those who disapprove of its uses, commonly in a ritualistic setting; the argument of “magic having no color, and it is merely the application and use by its user,” supports the claim that not everything termed as “black magic” has malevolent intentions behind it, and some would consider it to have beneficial uses. These uses could include killing diseases or pests.

Those practitioners who utilize magic in this way argue that the effect itself is malevolent by causing death to insects (as in the above example), but as an indirect consequence, good can be a result, such as in the form of less pests around.

As there is no universal morality against which magic can be measured, there is no separation between benevolent and malevolent magic in this school of thought.

So, is it a myth? There is no definite answer as to whether it exists or not in the modern world.

Certainly, in the old times some supporters of this craft were known for practicing it in order to harm or benefit at the expense of the innocent ones. However, nowadays if black magic is regarded from the position of its relation to negative powers, dark forces and evil, it is actually constantly present in our lives.

Protecting yourself from the black magic is not only about protecting from a spell, a curse or any kind of incantation. It is about being in such a state of mind when you know that you are totally safe and guarded, so you can focus on making progress in your life instead of focusing on fighting against other people’s negativity.

A lot of rituals performed by the practitioners have similarities with Christianity. However, these rituals often are in a perverted form.For example, a pentacle is inverted just as Satanists invert a cross. Likewise, corrupted rites or sacrifice may substitute blood or feces for the water or wine.

Because some people are influenced to practice black magic, every person should reflect and remember that any magic that tries to subjugate free will is dark. A significant example is a love spell to make a specific person love you. Although subjugating free will does work and it is in this area where this type of magic has gotten popular, forcing someone to do what you want will always backfire in the long run.