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black vs white magick
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Post # 1
I would like to know if I cast a black magick money spell, what does it take from me? Is it true that people I love will die? I have casted white magick money spells. It works but in small amounts like a few Rand here and there, but doesn't last long. I have to continually cast spells. It feels like begging. So I am thinking black magick gives more at a time so I don't have to cast so often. Any advice on this matter?
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Re: black vs white magick
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There are lots of different types of "coloured" magic, the most common being black, white and grey. Now something to note is people have different ideas about what the deffinition of these types of magic are so the next couple of lines are my personal beliefs. Black magic is magic with the intent to hurt people or force something upon someone without their consent. White magic is bassically the opposite, it tends to be things that help people and it works with influencing things around a person rather than trying to control their minds or something. Grey magic is anything that's in between, something that could be considered forcing something against someones will while not hurting them is a good example. Some loves spells are, in my mind, grey magic, They aren't hurting anyone but they're trying to force a specific person to like you. (they also don't usually work but, that's besides the point)

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Re: black vs white magick
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I understood that if you cast a black magick money spell that you basically take money from someone else. Because it must come from somewhere right? Is that hurting someone? I don't want to hurt or loose anyone. I just want to buy a property that I can turn into something to help abused woman with children but I can't get the funds to proceed. So I was thinking if I cast a black magic money spell I could get that money I am short, a shortcut if you want to give it a name to help me rich my dreams. But if I loose something I care about I would rather let it go.
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Re: black vs white magick
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The thing is I don't really is a thing as a black money spell. If you're doing a money spell it's most likely white. Black magic can backfire on you in bad ways but not your loved ones. I'd like to see the money spell you're looking at if I could, also why do you think it's a black magic money spell?

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Re: black vs white magick
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Post # 5
magick actually has no colour, it is the intent of the caster that gives it a positive [white] or negative [black] charge. other colours like red magick for love spells or green magick for luck spells are good for remembering what colour corresponds with the spell, or for organizational purposes in a grimoire but again, it's your intent, not the energies colour.

if a spell backfires [positive or negative] it is highly unlikely a loved one would die as a result [especially if you're doing a money spell, think of polar opposites, if you cast a money spell and it backfires, you would lose money. cast a curse and it backfires, you will be cursed. these are extreme examples, but that's what you'll expect something on par with your spell]

granted, you should be specific with money spells. if you say i want thousands of dollars right now' the money has to come from somewhere. it won't start raining from the sky the second you finish casting. you might find the money on the street, get a promotion at work, win the lottery, be offered a new credit card, get a higher interest rate for your savings, find a new job, or get an inheritance after a loved one dies [extreme example, i know, but i can happen] finding 20$ on the street is great for you, but the money came from somewhere. perhaps a millionaire dropped it, or a kid lost their lunch money for the week. you never know. if you feel a money spell is worth it, go for it [i've done many money spells myself] just try to specify what you're hoping for. [say if you work somewhere where you get tips, try saying or visualizing people giving you large tips.]

it's best to think about the spell as a whole and determine if it's all worth it, but don't worry people are going to die, most money spells i've done result in raises or i'm offered a higher interest rate. only once i found money on the street [i did ask at the bank if anyone withdrew the amount but they said no] so i chalked that up to karma rewarding me after a few good deeds on my part that month. most people i know who've done money spells get a couple checks in the mail they were waiting on, a few more jobs, extra tips, or a raise. the key to all of those results however is effort on your part.
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Re: black vs white magick
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Post # 6
Contrary to popular belief, the universe is not inherently interested in punishing you. I agree that money has to come from somewhere, and that a spell might be considered harmful if it causes someone who needs that money to lose it. That being said, black, white, and grey are a matter of opinion and they dont mean the same thing to everyone. If you want the spell to succeed, you cant be focused on causing other people to lose money
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Re: black vs white magick
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Thank you everyone for replying. Its makes sense. Blessings to all.
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