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PostSubject: Ethics of curses and Hexes.   Sat Oct 06, 2012 11:47 pm

Curses and Hexes had raised concern among people all around the world and thus, there are many rules and ethics value being implement to people whom want to use it. in some tradition, curses and hexes simply banned from witchcraft practices while others would have Curses and Hexes casting upon people but under certain strict conditions.

However, there is still other tradition believes that curses and hexes casting is up to an individual as long they understand the consequences of their actions for doing so. it's like accepting the accountability for the hex same as resulting karma. from this, we can say, not all tradition hold the "An in it, Harm none" rule in witchcraft.

Ethics in Curses and Hexes casting in general, is just like other spells that uses power to manipulate the will of person. if it's against the people's will, then you can call it as Negative manipulation which should not be accepted. however if the person/recipient agrees to accept the spells to be cast for some reasons, then the accountability is less likely to be negative manipulation(it's called positive manipulation).

For example, let's say a guy suffering from accident had been suffer from 15 years already in bed and although his condition getting worst and worst, he shown up no sign he is going to die yet. the family members couldn't watch the patient to suffer more, seek witchcraft practitioner to cast a spell that will ended the person's life instantly so he would not suffering anymore.

same goes of person himself is the ones decide to end his own suffering from diseases using hexes or curses. This is one of few ways that permit the curse and hexes being used in some tradition.

last but not least, each practioner of magic must take all consequences into consideration before they cast any spell, Even to those with good intentions using them to help people. this to ensure they didn't misuse their ability and regret it for the entire life.




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http://www.paganspath.com/magik/hex.htm
http://dailywicca.com/2011/06/19/curses-hexes/

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PostSubject: Re: Ethics of curses and Hexes.   Sat Mar 17, 2018 4:16 pm

I very much disagree with this post. In my experience, there's been no karma. No universal force or will that keeps you from doing wrong.

The real reason people suffer backlash from curses and hexes is that performing them is much like handling an acid or chemical- in order to do so safely, you must have proper work equipment like gloves and goggles, as well as washing yourself after handling them.

Same thing with curses and hexes- cast the circle, banish non-conductive energies, and do not take the poison energy intended for your target into yourself whatsoever. You wouldn't nibble a cyanide tablet meant for livestock you intend to put down, why would you do the equivalent for someone you want to suffer?

Of course, to proclaim truth on the internet is folly. I expect no one to accept my words as the truth, truth is something you must find for yourself.
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PostSubject: Re: Ethics of curses and Hexes.   Sat Mar 17, 2018 5:52 pm

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I very much disagree with this post. In my experience, there's been no karma. No universal force or will that keeps you from doing wrong.

The real reason people suffer backlash from curses and hexes is that performing them is much like handling an acid or chemical- in order to do so safely, you must have proper work equipment like gloves and goggles, as well as washing yourself after handling them.

Same thing with curses and hexes- cast the circle, banish non-conductive energies, and do not take the poison energy intended for your target into yourself whatsoever. You wouldn't nibble a cyanide tablet meant for livestock you intend to put down, why would you do the equivalent for someone you want to suffer?

Of course, to proclaim truth on the internet is folly. I expect no one to accept my words as the truth, truth is something you must find for yourself.

That was an old post which was written 6 years ago but thanks for giving your thought about it. Anyway, I am not saying you are wrong. True we can get screwed up if we did curses and hexes in the wrong way but there is also another catch, although the chance for it to happen is depending on what type of society you belong to.

To make it clear, it is something like this : You put a curse on a woman to make her suffer and that woman consult another witchcraft practitioner whom will heal the woman by sending the curse back to you.

In some countries Asian like Indonesia and Malaysia, such thing is common. We have witchcraft practitioners whom specify in healing people from curses and hexes. They either will use a medium(using an object and transfer the curse/hex from victim into it), casting healing spell or performing a ritual to return back the curse/hex to the sender if the victim wants a vengeance.

But like I said before, this kind of backlash wouldn't be a big issue if you lived in society where such knowledge about rebounding curses/hexes didn't exist.

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PostSubject: Re: Ethics of curses and Hexes.   Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:36 pm

Eheh, sorry for the necro posting. ^^"

But yes, your rebuttal makes much sense. In cultures where spiritual knowledge is more abundant, the risk of being attacked back would certainly be a strong possibility. I speak in the purely mechanical sense, excluding the interference of other magic workers.

In any case, thanks for the response! Nice to see people still active here. <3
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