Is this a real curse of BS?

1. Rise from your bed at midnight. Sit cross-legged on the floor in a dark, empty room and whisper the words: “Evil, live, live, evil” over and over for one minute. In your mind’s eye, picture the person you want to curse.
2. As the image of the person appears to you, visualize great harm coming to him or her. For example, you might watch with delight as a car runs over him or he falls down a flight of stairs.
3. Savor the victim’s agony – but don’t forget: the misfortune you visualize is the misfortune your victim will suffer in real life.
If you visualize the victim losing an eye, the victim should lose an eye. If you visualize death, the victim should die. Carefully consider the consequences of your actions before you proceed.
4. As you continue to revel in the imaginary evil you have brought to your enemy, whisper: “Powers of darkness, make this so.” Contemplate your actions for a minute or so and then, says Mulkrin, “your work is done.”
“If you are sincere in your desire to punish an enemy, and have absolutely no reservations about bringing him harm, the curse will work,” he said.


Give it a whirl and find out.


What is this for?

This is little unusual, but it is essentially is a spell that holds the following aspects:

  1. A mantra to distract the monkey brain, essentially getting you in trance.
  2. Visualization, which is important with magic in general
  3. Emotion to fuel the working, as well as a specific goal to direct that energy
  4. A conclusion to signal the end of the ceremony.

In text, it holds many of the core elements to a “real” curse. I would advise using imagery of suffering that is statistically more probable to happen to the victim (such as a job loss as opposed to losing an arm for example) but overall, I do not really see a reason for it not to work. But, as always, try it out and see how it goes.

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