I was quite shocked by this and wondered how many people believe in black magic, witchcraft, and other forms of “magic” and so did some research online, specifically about:
What I wondered and wanted to work out is whether they actually do work or not, whether the people offering these services really do know what they are doing, and if there is some substance behind these kinds of rituals and spells then could it be dangerous?
Do Black Magic Spells Work?
First of all if you search for “black magic spells” or “love spells” or “money spells” or other various related phrases, then you’ll find that there are a lot of people offering them, with some of them even paying to advertise.
Clearly they can’t all be legitimate, I would imagine as with psychics, that some are outright frauds, and others believe they have some gift or power while they might not.
But what about the rest?
Are there some people who can actually do this kind of thing and get results?
It is impossible to know for sure, but what I did find interesting is that I could only find 1 (the one linked to) that offered a money back guarantee.
I would imagine that this person either can do what he says, or thinks he can, but surely if his service didn’t work then he’d be out of business because of all of the refunds?
There are some testimonials on that site, I don’t know if they are legitimate but they seem pretty real, so maybe this guy can do what he advertises?
Anyway, it would seem with so many people offering these services that there must be an awful lot of people who subscribe to these forces and believe that spells work, which I suppose isn’t surprising with so many people who believe in tarot cards, horoscopes, crystals, psychics and mediums, ghosts, and I suppose mainstream religion too.
What worries me the most is that if you end up with someone who is performing rituals and chanting spells or whatever, that even if they do know what they are doing, and more specifically if they don’t, then it could end up with serious repercussions, a bit like the problems people report after playing with Ouija boards.
It would be interesting to hear from anyone who has had any kind of experience.
My friend is actually now back with her ex, so he’s I suppose her ex-ex if that makes sense.
I don’t know if the spell had anything to do with it or not, or if they would have got back together anyway, but if the spell did have any kind of effect then I guess that opens up a whole new world of questions about ethics and if it’s right to use “magic” to force someone to do something that they might not have otherwise done.
I’d be really interested to hear your thoughts on this, so please use the comment form below to let me know what you think.
Some useful links:
http://www.oculusblackmagic.com/ – A site offering black magic spells.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_magic – Wikipedia on black magic and it’s history.