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To Curse Or Not To Curse - That's The Question
If you're going to unleash a hex on somebody, do it with verve and gusto - anything less means you'll be cursing yourself...
People have laid curses on those that have slighted them for thousands of years, going back to distant antiquity. Clearly, wishing misfortune on one’s fellow man or woman isn’t the pleasantest ways of going on. But there we are. People do it. And it’s more common than you might think.
Indeed, even the pious are not above laying a curse on someone. Or getting somebody else to do it for them, such as a professional spiritual worker.
Understandably, most people prefer to hand over the dirty work to a professional. Much like you’d call in a skilled plumber to fix your central heating system. This avoids bad karma. Nobody wants malign energy coming back on them.
That said, many people will begin by laying a curse themselves - a DIY job…
They might make a Voodoo doll out of some old clothes and stuff it with herbs and roots, perhaps graveyard dirt, which is always a very nice touch.
Clearly, once they’ve got this far, some level of trepidation may set in.
They’ll no doubt be thinking to themselves:
“Will this come back on me? Will God punish me for having bad thoughts about so and so who I want to see meet a sticky end?”
All this before they called upon Satan or Lucifer for assistance, or for that matter, stuck pins in the doll.
It’s perfectly understandable. Everybody wants to have their cake and eat it. In this case, bringing misfortune to someone without having to pay the price in terms of comeback.
At this point, they’ll either abort mission and throw their makeshift doll in the trash. Or they’ll rile themselves up to fever pitch and stick the pins in the doll. (Better still hammer six inch nails into it)!
This is where it gets tricky…
Anxiety will often creep in about bad karma - or even God himself punishing them.
When things start to go wrong in their life, as they do with everybody (life is a series of ups and downs), they’ll immediately think it’s comeback. Perhaps their car gets a flat or their dog bites the mail man. Little things (though the mail man might not see it that way). But they’ll be convinced it’s karma.
They might get severely het up. Perhaps rushing to the nearest church or mosque to pray for forgiveness.
Whether they get a reply or not is open to debate. What is for sure is they’ll get into a terrible state, perhaps thinking:
“The curse has come back on me, oh my God I might die.”
By this time our less than merry curse-layer has lost their job, their relationship is on the rocks, and even their dog has run off and found another home.
Did the curse really come back on them?
No. They cursed themselves. That’s the big irony. It was all down to fear. They bore a grudge, rightly or wrongly, against somebody else.
But if person they cursed was plain nasty, then the curse should have been laid with verve and gusto. If it was righteous, then why be afraid of bad karma?
The truth is, enlisting the aid of Satan, or any of the hierarchy of hell, for that matter, wouldn’t come amiss if you’re dealing with a truly disreputable person.
Here’s my suggestions:
Go to a high place or ancient druidic grove (or equivalent in your country).
Hammer nails into your doll.
Fill yourself with anger and rage as you do so.
Aesthetic psychodrama of this kind is crucial if you wish your curse to hit target and be successful. Naturally, once done, you’ll feel a weight off your shoulders. All that anger and rage will be gone. You’ll probably hop, skip and dance back to your car - full of the joys of spring (or whatever the season).
Just remember: when it comes to hexes, you need to do them with full verve and gusto. Any doubts and you’ll be laying a curse on yourself.
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