posted on Oct, 3 2013 @ 08:48 PM
I was surfing as one does, and thought about the witch trials, why would Governments sanction an Orgy of killing that cost the lives of about a
million females, good breeding stock in a time of plagues, They didn't seem to worried if the Woman or guy for that matter was a witch or not, the
fact of the Trials were a deterent in themselves, for otherwise powerless people resorting to something that the PTB, could do nothing to protect
themselves from, and all in the age of Reason? In the end they brought in the Witchcraft act, which on the face of it does what the devil does and
tries to convince you it dosn't exist.
I had the same thoughts back a long time ago, so a friend and I decided to test a curse out on someone to see if there was any truth to it, who else
but the headmaster, not a bad chap but an authority figure we could have a go at. it being the summer Holidays we had plenty of time to organise the
test. After numerous trips to the library and a good dose of occult reading, including all the good books on the subject, we arrived at the conclusion
that the curse was a prolonged thought of bad intent. Which made healing the same thing in reverse. We had his hand writing , and basicly lit a
candle, and went through a repetitive litergy for about half an hour. Yes we were freaky kids, but hey harmless fun?.....Well about a week later we
went back to school and for a half an hour were depressed, until in the assembly room, the Deputy head, seemed to be the acting head, he said the
headmaster was very sick and would not be attending school for at least six weeks as he had to get over the removal of his tonsils. Which was quite
hard on a fourty plus year old man. Well as far as we were concerned it worked.
As we weren't complete a$%^&%$# we tried another couple of tests, and were quite convinced that yes cursing works, but modified the chant time down
to giving someone a bad hair day instead of a permanent injury.
This sounds a bit way out I know. But it struck us as a bit strange that repetitive chanting is the first thing you notice when Monks or Nuns get
going, and even a trip to a Catholic Church will see a lot of candles and repetitive hypno. stuff going on.
So any members out there tried anything similar? and what techniques did you use, did you get an outcome.