Who told you white magic wasn’t dangerous?
Lady Eva,Timothy Donague,among others,constantly talk and write about this,so I’m gonna let them handle this,but safe to say,that following through with the belief of white magick can lead to some serious harm.
Many RHP magicians suffer from depression simply because they are opposed to the idea of using magick to fix their own lives.They can’t bring themselves money,with the belief that them having money means someone else won’t.
They can’t bring themselves recognition in the eyes of others,because they don’t believe in controlling another person’s free will.They don’t see any benefit in love spells,because then it would seem forced.
What this all comes down to is,that they’re not growing,or ascending,but rather,are simply striving to go back to the Source.Which is an admirable goal…until you’ll realize that they’ll always be back here,wanting to go back.
In fact,foregoing the ego,and the self,in favor of assimilating into the limitless pool of everythingness is a form of super-suicide,isn’t it?
What this all comes down to,is that the Right Hand Path,if walked thoroughly enough,and zealously enough,is going to lead you into a similar state as the Christian fundamentalists out there,because Christianity too is to some degree a Right Hand Path based religion.
Of course,some are perfectly content with this(think Dalai Lama) and I completely respect the people who like the RHP.
But black magick,on the other hand,comes VERY naturally to us.It’s probably the first kind of magic we ever start practicing as kids.And that’s also one of the big things about black magic,it’s not black because it’s dark.It’s black because it’s been kept hidden.But I digress.
The Left Hand Path also has an insane amount of freedom about it,meaning that the black magician will readily use any form of magic out there,which includes white magic.Christian mysticism,Ruqya,Sufism,Fay Magic,Wicca,are all forms of magic that a black magician can use,by embracing subjective synthesis.
So the black magician can use whatever magic he wants,for whatever purpose he wants.He is practicing at his most innate and natural level,and he is genuinely pursuing his own growth and happiness.
There are a lot of reasons to practice black magic.
Now,what exactly pushed me to the Left Hand Path?
Absolutely nothing.No seriously,I’m eclectic,and seldom choose to identify myself at all.I identify as a black magician because I use the philosophy of the Left Hand Path,but I don’t think there was ever a point in my life that made me turn away from White Magic and embrace Black magic.
Do you need an elaboration?
Mind you,I could’ve written a much better post but I was too tired.