It doesn’t matter if you believe or you do not believe in spells. Spells have been a part of our history for centuries and continue to be a part of many peoples daily lives depending on what part of the country you come from or what type of religion you believe in.
It must be said that spells do come in the form of good and bad in today’s time just as it has in the past. Black art and white art can easily be mistaken and mixed up if you are not experienced in the art of spell casting. Those who wish to practice magic must understand the laws of the universe. Do not play with things that you don’t understand. If you mess with evil, evil will come knocking at your door.
For most of us, just the mention of the word “spell” usually sends shivers down the spine of the common person because of the spooky stories at Halloween of dark witches and warlocks. Having said that it must also be said, not all spell casting is meant to be evil and much information about spells and those who can cast spells are done for the good of others according to what research tells us.
A very interesting thing that we found out while doing our research is that spells can also be a type of prayer. Yes! Most people would never even think of relating a prayer with a spell but research tells us that it’s true. An example of this is when a healing meal has been prepared and blessed for someone who is sick and in need of healing nourishment. The healing meal was made by a belief process and a “prayer spell” is said over the meal before it is served.
Either way, good or bad, it’s a combination of the Mind and the Will.
Definition of a Magic Spell
A verbal formula believed to have magical force. Place under a spell or a psychological state induced by (or as if induced by) a magical incantation.
Magic vs. Magick: According to neo-pagans, “magic” is just tricks and sleight of hand, what many people call illusions.
Magick is tapping into the powers within the universe and manipulating natural laws through spells.
Categorised in: Paranormal
This post was written by Nadia Vella