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PostSubject: from where Magic Spells came from?   Fri Oct 05, 2012 5:10 am

All black magic spells found here are original magick spells, white and black magic spells, witchcraft, Wiccan, and pagan magick spells from obscure books, texts, and private collections. All Magic, magick, or black magic in particular is simply a force or aspect of the universe. Magick exists in a benign state and is only a shallow reflection of the powers that exist. Magic is a tool. It is neither good nor bad. The responsibility for the consequences of spell-casting or the working of magick are entirely upon the user. Just as any other tool is neither good nor evil, but aids only in achieving the intention and will of its master, so it is also with magic. Black Magic is a servant, dependent upon the inclination and intention, whims and wishes of the person using it.

Therefore, not everything that is called black magick truly has malevolent intentions behind it, in fact, no more so than one could say of white magic. Within the magickal community of today, offensive spells are generally classified as Black Magick, and defensive spells are generally classified as White Magick. There are times when an offensive or assertive posture is needed. Times that call for action. Times when the best plan is not to "see what happens." These are the times for black magick. Most of these black magick spell and black magick collections are no longer in print and have become classified as rare. Spells-Magic.com is pleased to be able to bring you these collections and individual spells, conjurations, hexes, and incantations for free. The only thing we ask in return is that you act responsibly and do no harm. Seek the way of the witch and pagan: act in the interests of the universe.

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