The Easiest Way to Break a Curse or Hex (and Keep It Broken!) By Neal Alan Jansons

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What Is a Curse?

A curse is a spell that is targeted directly at a person or place and is meant to cause harm. There are many such spells, but they can be broken down into categories.

  1. The entropy or chaos curse: This spell increases the probability of harm to its target. The harm might range from bad luck to death, but the trademark of this curse is that there is no rhyme or reason to the harm caused—it just results in things generally going wrong. If a whole string of things keep going spectacularly and improbably awry, there is a good chance there is an entropy curse at work.
  2. The binding: This spell causes an inability to act. It may manifest psychologically as depression or anxiety, or it may operate by simply making none of your plans amount to anything. If you find yourself completely unable to act upon your decisions, then you might be under a binding.
  3. The lesson: Some users of magick want to dispense justice, and right or wrong, they are willing to use magick to do it. The specifics of these curses are always retributive and their casters love to “make the punishment fit the crime.” Thus, if the target is a thief, they will be stolen from—and if they are a user, they will be used. If you find yourself suddenly and consistently a victim of “your own medicine,” you might want to look around for a nearby witch with a good-guy badge.
  4. The special-purpose curse: This is a catch-all category for things like “a sending of rats” or the “evil eye.” These spells are usually specific, have a great deal of lore associated with them, and are generally spectacular in their results (there is nothing subtle about your house being infested with dozens of rats). In this case, each spell has its own hallmark signs, but they are all very spectacular. When life starts feeling like a horror movie, you have a special-purpose curse.

Can You Put a Curse on Someone and Not Know It?

Hexes are intentionally malevolent spells. A hex is never accidental and is usually cast by someone with knowledge in witchcraft. Curses, on the other hand, are sometimes less intentional and can be set in motion when someone simply thinks or speaks ill against another.

How Do I Know If I Am Cursed?

People who are simply having a bad time in their lives often think they are the victims of curses. Knowing whether you are really cursed requires some careful self-examination. You must first ask yourself if you are being honest and objective and whether what is happening might just be coincidence or self-sabotage. If you really believe that what is happening might in fact be caused by magick, there are ways to check. If your area has an occult store or local pagan group, you might be able to find help there, or use the simple divination method below. (Note: this method employs the same approach as with a Tarot deck, but uses a normal deck of playing cards. If you want to use Tarot cards, you can, just remove the Major Arcana and use the same method with the remainder).

  1. Sit down with a deck of playing cards. Take

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Do You Believe in Magick? By: Kathleen Granville

Since the beginning of time, man has been fascinated with the supernatural, with the idea of just pointing a finger and having everything that you desire. The concept of magic is in every culture and in every form of media — but do you believe in magic? According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, the word magic comes from the Iranian magos and is akin to the Old Persian word magus, which means sorcerer. Sorcerer and the root word sorcery have very negative connotations, as it is power gained from the assistance or control of evil spirits. That is not what I am talking about and we will clarify the difference. The dictionary defines magic as “the use of means (such as charms or spells) to have supernatural power over natural forces” or “an extraordinary power or influence from a supernatural source”. The third definition is “the art of producing illusions by sleight of hand”.

For our purposes today, we will be talking about “magick” with a “k”, to differentiate between Pagan ritual magick and a magician’s illusions. Among Pagans, and particularly among those who follow Wicca, magick is a part of their spiritual path. I realize that the reputation for using magic is a major attraction for many people to explore the Wiccan path. They think that they are going to be handed some fantastic power that will gain them what they want without much effort on their part. Surprise! This is not the way magick works.

The simplest answer to “What is Pagan Magick and how does it work?” is this: that it is a concentrated mental effort (visualization) to bring about a physical, visible change in something (realization). In other words, if you can picture it in your head, it will occur in the physical world. And what might surprise you is that prayer, in the most Christian sense of that word, can also be defined exactly the same way. However, instead of praying that a god will work the change for them, Pagans “raise energy”, or call upon the natural power that is all around us (sort of like “The Force” in Star Wars) and work with that power to make a change occur.

It should be made very clear that this natural power is neither holy nor evil. It exists, like electricity. What makes it good or bad is the purpose for which it is used. Part of the learning process for Wicca is that everything (and I do mean everything) that you do comes back to you at least three fold. So hexing or cursing someone is NOT a good idea since that negative intention will come back to bite you in the…you get the picture. This is also stressed by the Wiccan Rede, which states “And it harm none, do as thou will”. This is not total liberty to behave however you want without regard to others. In fact, it can be more restrictive than any of the Ten Commandments if you have to really stop and consider the consequences of your actions. Part of Paganism’s greatest strength is that it requires you to take responsibility for what you do. You can’t blame it on anyone else or some external evil entity like Satan.

There are limitations upon what is considered acceptable magick. Your magickal purpose needs to be extremely clear or you can end up with other than the desired results. You have to focus on what you are trying to do; you have to have a very specific goal in mind. Adherence to the Three-Fold Law and the Wiccan Rede means that it should come as no surprise there are also warnings about performing magick upon other people without their express consent. This means it’s not a good idea to use magick to

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How to Contact your Guardian Angel By: The Alchemist

Guardian Angel, a word drenched with hope, magic and virtue! Angel comes from the Greek word αγγέλος which actually means the Messenger. Angel is the God Hermes – Mercury in latin – and the Goddess Iris in Greek Pantheon. The one who bears the Divine messages from Olympus to other Gods, Heroes and Mortals.

What we know about the Guardian Angels

Greek Language has many common words with the Sanskrit language due to the Indoeuropean origin of both. Thus, there is another theory that the word Angel is possibly connected with the Hindu Angiras, magical beings, messengers between Gods and Mortals.

Angels as messengers and mediums between the Divine and the Earthly World became really common belief in Christianity. Jesus Christ mentions in the Gospel of Matthews “See to it that you do not despise one of these little ones, because I tell you, their angels in heaven always have access to my Father in heaven.” [Mt. 18:10] Jesus Christ clearly mentions that there are angels who always take care of us and connects us to the Divine Source no matter how important or not we are in this world. (read here more about Archangel Gabriel)

What are they trying to tell us ?

Of course once again Christianity failed to follow what the Teacher said and there was a time when even the belief that angels existed was considered heresy and evil witchcraft!  Many Religions now support the Belief of Angels as sacred Spirits of the Divine who serve as messengers, expressing the Divine Will and fulfilling the Karma Laws.

Most practitioners of Magic believe that there is a Guardian Angel who helps everyone of us stay on the Right Path of Virtue. Guardian Angels suggest us what is Right and Wrong, what is Good and Evil, when to interfere and when not to. Guardian Angels teach us the Major Law of Free Will, that in fact we have the seed of God inside each one of us and we are 100% responsible for every action of ours!

What do they try to teach us?

They teach us to forgive, to let negative feelings go, they teach us how to heal ourselves, how to heal others and how to heal the World! We are always all under the Wings of our Guarding Angels and there are times when we felt that or maybe not yet. But we have to understand one thing, they are here! Amongst us! Right beside us! Always. Anytime! He/She is right by your side now while you read this article, he/she is right the hugging you while you look at a wonderful sunset realizing that you live a wonderful life, he/she is right there next to the driver’s seat while you are stuck in a traffic jam, listening to you cursing and shouting!  They sometimes take the form of Mortals to interact with you in your everyday life.

He/She never judges you, he/she tries to channel you huge amounts of Love so that you realize that everything can change just by changing you point of view. Moreover, He/She teaches you Karma but also

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Why We Should Believe In Ghosts By Tok Thompson

Telling tales of ghouls and spectres can have a surprising benefit by encouraging people to change the way they behave.

Halloween is a time when ghosts and spooky decorations are on public display, reminding us of the realm of the dead. But could they also be instructing us in important lessons on how to lead moral lives?

The origins of modern-day Halloween date back to ‘samhain’, a Celtic celebration for the beginning of the dark half of the year when, it was widely believed, the realm between the living and the dead overlapped and ghosts could be commonly encountered.

In 601 AD, to help his drive to convert northern Europe to Christianity, Pope Gregory I directed missionaries not to stop pagan celebrations, but rather to Christianise them.

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Accordingly, over time, the celebrations of samhain became All Souls’ Day and All Saint’s Day, when speaking with the dead was considered religiously appropriate. All Saint’s Day was also known as All Hallows’ Day and the night before became All Hallows’ Evening, or ‘Hallowe’en’.

Not only did the pagan beliefs around spirits of the dead continue, but they also became part of many of early church practices.

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Pope Gregory I himself suggested that people seeing ghosts should say masses for them. The dead, in this view, might require help from the living to make their journey towards Heaven.

During the Middle Ages, beliefs about souls trapped in purgatory led to the church’s increasing practice of selling indulgences – payments to the church to reduce penalties for

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