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white or black magick?
By: / Beginner
Post # 1
so I guess everyone at some part of their lives has gotten confused with white and black magick .

to tell you the truth I don't think there is a thing as colure magick its just a term I think.

what do you think?

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Re: white or black magick?
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Post # 2
it probably is just a term. magic itself isn't good or bad. its the intent behind it.
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Re: white or black magick?
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Post # 3
It's my belief that black magick is anything that goes against another's free will.
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Post # 4
It depends on how you use it.
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Re: white or black magick?
By: / Novice
Post # 5
You're correct, Wicca24: Magic has no color. Some people have decided to describe certain aspects of some things by using color names, but some things are not as concrete as being absolutely good or absolutely evil, which is generally the attempt at calling something white or black, respectively. Some may call everything in the so-called middle grey.

There may also be some out there who decide to assign a color based on some aspect of their tradition, such as a natural witch (someone who uses nature -- in the sense of being among the trees and out-of-doors -- in their practice) may choose to say they use "green" magic. Some may use "blue" for water-related practices, or some other aspect. Or some color may be chosen to represent a principle aspect. But ultimately it is up to the practitioner and the tradition they follow.
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Re: white or black magick?
By: / Beginner
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thanks for the feedback
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