BLACK MAGIC: POPPYCOCK OR REAL?

  • Sayasut or Ku stands for black-magic in Chinese, and practicers of the dark art in China grill fetuses, their prime choice, as a much-needed part of their rituals; their secondary alternative being newborns in case the going rate for fetuses are too high owing to scanty supplies–the mirrors in their targets’ homes project charred baby forms that appear to have come to life within minutes of the casters having cast their spells, and bad things, very bad things take place with those who the former mark.
  • The tribes of Haiti swear by their voodoo, and senior personnel in the Haitian Armed Forces wet their inner-wear when they receive a call from any of the locally known voodooers. The summoned cancel pressing government meetings to present themselves at the doorsteps of those who’ve called them–they do this on priority.
  • The witches of the Enga Province of Papua, New Guinea, take traditional pride in their cabbalistic prowess, and their menfolk fear them. The ladies name those who shall soon fall sick and die, their future marks, including the date and time the misfortune would strike–they are players who announce the game beforehand.
  • The sorcerers of Columbia show up in the dreams of the bigwigs they wish to see, and the concerned arrive at their porches with due humility the next morning–they ring the doorbell only once.
  • The underground black magic experts of Saudi Arabia, the Sihrs, have arm-twisted their government into spending substantial amounts on anti-witchcraft units–the members of their clergy today sit pensively.
  • India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Indonesia, Romania, oh, I could go on, are countries with rampant black magic practices, and many among the wealthy and the aristocratic patronize black magicians, though, on the sly–black magic thrives globally, and we’re almost halfway through 2020!

A Nature Cure Doctor by profession–An Energy Worker by choice–I spend a chunk of my time within the void, or the bliss-suffused land of nothingness.

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A Nature Cure Doctor by profession–An Energy Worker by choice–I spend a chunk of my time within the void, or the bliss-suffused land of nothingness.

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