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Forums -> Other Spells Discussion -> Bloods in Ritual

Bloods in Ritual
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Post # 1
Will the gods/goddess, deities, entities etc will accept the ritual/spell casting using blood with infected disease like blood cancer, hiv, etc ? Thank You
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Re: Bloods in Ritual
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Post # 2
I don't think this could have an overall impact on the spell in general. But depending on the deity you invoke or evoke it could.
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Re: Bloods in Ritual
By: / Novice
Post # 3
I'm gonna agree with psy and say it's honestly completely open ended and depends. Some spells will only work with pure or specific blood as may some entities. I'm going to be on the reverse side though and say it would be more likely that a spell would be affected than a god or goddess simply because in most cases blood is an ingredient or source of power in a spell where as for a entity it is more an offering or showing of commitment and formality used in rituals. Again it completely depends on the entity you're working with and for the answers you seek the name of the entity and spell or ritual being used is probably needed.
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Re: Bloods in Ritual
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Post # 4
I also forgot to mention it may not be the disease but the source of it I.e. If it's origins are from another deity. If it is then it may depend on the relationship between the two gods. You may simply have to appease the god who caused the infliction in order to move forward with your spell or ritual. But again it's open ended and more specifics would be required to know the accurate answer. (Gods involved spells being used etc)
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Re: Bloods in Ritual
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 5

I think so. Deities are normally understanding when it comes to illnesses that you cannot help. I, myself, have a blood disease but I continue to use my blood for ritual work. However, because of this, you do need to take precautions if you are the one using blood and have a blood related illness. Cleanliness is a must. Though mine is not the type that can be caught by other people, I still do my best to be very clean about it. But again, I think anyone using blood should do the same.

Back to the original question, I think there are also deities (such as Hel in the Northern pantheon) who would actually enjoy blood that has the things you mentioned.

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Re: Bloods in Ritual
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Post # 6
Thanks for the answer. But if someone for example evoke or invoke a god with blood with the cancer etc and the god doesnt like the impurity of the blood will the god go mad and attack the summoner ? Or maybe leave for good etc ? Im asking this just for asking but i never actually ever evoke or invoke one as my home cant do any ritual. My Family are fanatics christians... Thank You
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Re: Bloods in Ritual
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Post # 7

If a deity does not want to work with you on something, I feel it most likely will just not answer. Personally I suggest researching any entity you wish to connect with. This way when you invoke, summon etc. you have an idea of who you are dealing with and if they will have any issue with what you ask of them. Highly doubt they will attack you over something like this.

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Re: Bloods in Ritual
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 8

What comes when you call upon a deity is generally only a small percentage of their energy or what I like to call a secretary. Only when you develop a strong personal bond with a deity do you begin to form a direct link.

If you are using the blood as an offering and not as a "trade" then I do not see a deity being angry over that. You are giving a gift of all that you have. It isn't like you can change it.

If it were used to gains something in return, if the deity is very "pure" itself, then it may have a problem with it. I would suggest saying something along the lines of "Accept this offering as a sacrifice of myself, and if this is not to your liking, consider the exchange forfeit." Basically, this is explaining that if they don't like it, you don't want anything from them. Sometimes spirits will do what you ask and consider your offering insufficient. Then they twist what they did for you so that it bites you as a lesson. They aren't all nice and it really really matters who you are dealing with. Some are really really pretentious!

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Re: Bloods in Ritual
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 9
This thread has been moved to Other Spells Discussion from General Info.
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