I've heard that some spells you do come back and hurt you 3 times as bad as it did to the person you cast the spell on. Does this only occur if you do an unprovoked attack? If it does, wouldn't letting yourself be provoked 3 times theoretically cancel out that effect?
Isn't that thing about wicca believe? Anyway, magick, as i previously said, has no rules, no boundaries, NO limits. It is just energy, that can be manipulated by the mage/wizard/witch/warlok, however you want to call yourself. Plus, it has no collor either, so you can't define it either on fields like ''black, white, pink, etcetera''. Colors are ment only as a meaning of concentration, nothing more.
Re: Real law of magick?
By: serpentfire May 16, 2009
Post # 8
Contrary to many witches i am one that will tell you there is rules, rules you must follow its in everything you do, one must not use magick to infringe on a person's free will nor torment them with unnecessary curses. Some ppl say magick has no law, but in this world there are boundaries for a reason so to does magick.
Laws as in the sense rules and regulations or as in the sense of
exact mechanics of cause and effect the answer is no!!!!
If your asking if there are consequences to your actions
than the answer is of cores there is!
There are consequences to anything you do in life.
Even if the consequence is only in you knowing what you did
you will at some point have to come to terms with your actions.
Re: Real law of magick?
By: TheHealer82 May 16, 2009
Post # 10
Have to disagree with you serp.
There is no set law to magick. There are rules individuals, or groups set for themselves...but as a magickal community as a whole there is no rule, law, doctrine or anything else you want to call it.
I could sit here and argue you to the death as to why 90% of spells done in some way shape or form "affect" someone's free will. Which, by doing so and by your standards means we should severly limit our magickal creativity.
I personally follow my moral compass. If the voice in my head tells me it's not the best idea ever, I walk away from it. Sometimes ones own guilt is what brings about the acts of "Karma". But that is the law of attraction and a completely seperate topic.
The only rules and restrictions I need for magick are the ones I set myself. And even those can be broken from time to time if the situation calls for it.