Psycho-Babble Faith Thread 619630

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Dee

Posted by Bobby on March 12, 2006, at 22:34:42

do you really beleive that spells work? I would like to try a love spell and a curse(with malice) should I seek a black witch? Is that dangerous?

 

Re: Dee

Posted by deirdrehbrt on March 12, 2006, at 23:36:34

In reply to Dee, posted by Bobby on March 12, 2006, at 22:34:42

Bobby,
Spells are as effective as the faith that's put behind them. They involve shaping energy to fulfill a purpose.

When you attempt to bend someone against their will, or to curse someone, you are using that energy in a negative fashion.

There are a number of teachings about what happens when energy is put to use, either for good or for ill. Probably the most well known is the law of three-fold return. It's kind of like karma, in that whatever you send out you shall receive back three-fold. That tends to put a damper on curses. Some though, may not believe this, and there is no universal holy writ in witchcraft.

Personally, I think that curses, revenge, or trying to control another are basically wrong in that they go against what I believe to be purpose of magick in my life.

If you're determined on finding someone to do a spell or curse for you, there are people out there. You could probably go to a bookstore, like Barnes and Noble, or Amazon, and find books on spells and such. Whether you do it yourself, or have someone do it for you, it's something that will require belief on your part. You'll also be responsible for the fallout and the consequences.

Anyway, there are some traditions that will do curses when they are justified. You can also do a search for spells and curses on the web. There are even some who advertise to perform these for a fee. I'll leave it to you to decide how scrupulous these individuals may be.

I'll keep you in my prayers though. It seems that the hurt or anger you posess is real, and that you yourself may be in need of some healing from that. My prayer is that you find peace.

Blessings,
--Dee

 

Re: Dee deirdrehbrt

Posted by Bobby on March 14, 2006, at 20:50:24

In reply to Re: Dee, posted by deirdrehbrt on March 12, 2006, at 23:36:34

That sounds all good--but I need a bad witch just this once. I think the bible says to shake the dust off of your shoes on the doormat of the person who has done you wrong---or something like that.

 

Bobby

Posted by Dinah on March 18, 2006, at 11:11:28

In reply to Re: Dee deirdrehbrt, posted by Bobby on March 14, 2006, at 20:50:24

I think that just means to walk away. :)

It sounds like this is something that really upset you. Would it help to talk about it?

 

Re: Bobby Dinah

Posted by Bobby on March 23, 2006, at 22:02:59

In reply to Bobby, posted by Dinah on March 18, 2006, at 11:11:28

Hi Dinah,
Sorry I haven't replied to you. I'm just venting. We bought a new home for quite a lot of money--only to find out the seller is a crook. We can't even drink our water---it's red. It's a long story but we have a lawyer we can trust----but at $200 an hour how long can we afford to fight? I guess I want to fight evil with evil.

 

Re: Bobby

Posted by deirdrehbrt on March 24, 2006, at 16:20:42

In reply to Re: Bobby Dinah, posted by Bobby on March 23, 2006, at 22:02:59

Hi Bobby,
Haven't posted in a while, not really knowing what to say. This last post puts a better picture on it.

Honestly, I think that legal recourse is your best option.

It sounds like you have a well with an iron, or some sort of mineral problem. Have you contacted a well company? Do you have any recourse in the contract you made with the seller? Was a home inspection performed, and do you have any way to challenge the inspection? Could the red water be a result of spring thaw bringing contaminants into a shallow well? Might it be a seasonal thing that you can treat seasonally? I don't know.... just questions I would be asking.

You certainly have every right to be angry. Wishing bad fortune on the one you are angry at though, might not help. If this person is driven into ruin, what resources will they have when compelled to make things right?

I will pray for you so that things can be made well again for you. Whether it involves in the seller having to dig a new and deeper well, or whatever else is necessary to make your home livable. I'll pray that you can continue to afford your lawyer, and that the seller will be made to pay his fee.

In the meantime, is there a way that you can filter the water? Or is it too bad for filters to help? Maybe you could at least filter your drinking water.

As far as Wicca and Witchcraft are concerned, one Goddess to whom you might pray is Coventina, who was a Goddess of water, associated with Wells, specifically the Coventina's Well in Carrawburgh, Northumbria. (Prayer and spells are basically the same thing, except that in spells, we put more physically into it.)

So, tonight, I will pray for you, that things will turn out right, and that you have a safe place to live with plenty of pure water. I will pray for the seller, that he might be moved to do the right thing. I will pray for your lawyer that he can effect a timely solution without costing you a great deal.

Curses no, but prayers or spells for justice and fairness are certainly a part of my faith.

Blessings,
--Dee

 

Re: Bobby deirdrehbrt

Posted by Bobby on March 24, 2006, at 20:34:44

In reply to Re: Bobby, posted by deirdrehbrt on March 24, 2006, at 16:20:42

Thanks Dee---justice will do nicely.

 

Re: Bobby Bobby

Posted by deirdrehbrt on March 25, 2006, at 19:09:06

In reply to Re: Bobby deirdrehbrt, posted by Bobby on March 24, 2006, at 20:34:44

Just wanted to let you know....
I spent a while in prayer and ritual for you last night.
--Dee

 

Re: Bobby deirdrehbrt

Posted by Bobby on March 25, 2006, at 20:20:08

In reply to Re: Bobby Bobby, posted by deirdrehbrt on March 25, 2006, at 19:09:06

Thanks Dee. I've never had a ritual performed for me---that i know of. For all that goes on in your life, you are exceptionally level headed and always a voice of reason and comfort. I'll pray for you to find happiness ---- and money! :)

 

Re: Bobby Bobby

Posted by Dinah on March 28, 2006, at 17:21:21

In reply to Re: Bobby Dinah, posted by Bobby on March 23, 2006, at 22:02:59

Sounds like an awful situation. I worry about things like that a lot when I think of buying and selling a house. Home inspectors can only do so much. I know ours missed a fair amount, but thankfully nothing that serious.

I hope you're able to work it out at a reasonable cost. :(


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