Binding love spells. Black Witchcraft - Part 1. Black Witchcraft The Foundations of the Luciferian Path by Micheal Ford The nature of Black Witchcraft in the ancient and modern world is of anti-nature, or rather the word “Antinomian” is a Greek form meaning “against the law”. This word makes reference to rebellion from a structure or spiritual design of the masses, the majority and whatever the current ideological mainstream may be at that time. Witchcraft, no matter for what intent or form, has always stood outside any conventional acceptance within society – either by the religious hierarchy (even though it keeps their organizations called Church together and making money) or even governmental ones. To provide a distinct understanding of Luciferian Witchcraft from which I am an initiate of, I must write directly of experience and the vision which all initiates, past, present or secret, have brought to the current and how it manifests today.
Symbolism and Commitment Part 2 - Foundations of Black Witchcraft Further Reading: Michael W. A Black Magick Treasury of grimoires. The black magic Spell Book. The House of Hekat. Home - tribe.net.
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The purpose for doing this, as described within the article itself, is to show the thinking of the medieval mind. This was the age when European religious clerics and philosophers concentrated on demons. Arcanus Ordo Nigri Solis (AONS) Learn about spells and bewitchment. Word of Caution It doesn't matter if you believe or you do not believe in spells.
Spells have been a part of our history for centuries and continue to be a part of many peoples daily lives depending on what part of the country you come from or what type of religion you believe in. It must be said that spells do come in the form of good and bad in today's time just as it has in the past. Black art and white art can easily be mistaken and mixed up if you are not experienced in the art of spell casting.
Those who wish to practice magic must understand the laws of the universe. Spell Prayers. Main Page. Welcome to Darkness Embraced: Exploring Vampire, Pagan, Paranorm. Vampirism. An Exploration of Dark Paganism: Library: Blood Sacrifices - Blo. Blood Sacrifices - Blood Spells - Blood Charms by Kris Aaron[Reprinted from THE DRUID'S PROGRESS #5] It's powerful stuff, human hemoglobin, both as a physical, life-giving substance and tangible instrument for psychic workings. Almost all religions emphasize blood in their rites ("This is the blood of Christ" during the Christian eucharist, for example), but, sadly, paleo-pagans have one of the ugliest histories of ritual blood sacrifice - partially bad public relations by the Christian churches, and partially based on unpleasant fact.
The major problem with the use of blood in magick rituals is that it was almost always used in excessive amounts, and was inevitably taken from unwilling participants. Blood is astonishingly powerful stuff, and it seems that early pagan priests must have operated on the "If a little is good, a lot is better" theory. They were wrong.