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The backlash is a real danger to many people - a student of mine recently became the subject of a malicious 'magick' attack, that nearly killed her. Had she not been staying at my house the weekend she was attacked, she would be dead. All she had done, was to have recognized an 'evil' male witch, who determined that she was a threat.

I dealt with that incident the same way I deal with all of them, and the lady in question lived - the recovery was rapid, and she is no longer a student - it scared her too much.

The Ethics of magickal influence is not an issue, when the safety of it, or lack thereof is a real danger. Recently, there have been a number of incidents, where used to exploit little witches - little in ability not stature. Some have died, though no link to the cause was ever proven - so be very careful when practicing the craft - there are nasty people roaming around, who would think nothing in influencing your life away.

The only fun thing about this scary subject is that sometimes they try it on me.

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muladzh,
I am so sorry for those who have been attacked, and passed on because of this evil. emoticon
I'm glad you were able to save this girl, though it's a sad loss that she is no longer a student. emoticon

When, I decided to go down this Path, I decided NOT to be a practicing witch. I cast no spells, etc. But my son insisted that I wear a charm he made for me. I understand it took him 3 months to make, using somethings that were probably illegal, and some very special rain water, gathered at a special time of year and place.
He said, it was not because of what I was doing that I should never take it off. But it was for protection for what HE was [sign in to see URL] protect me from anything wanting to lash out at him by hurting me.

So as far as ethics are concerned, they affect us all, whether we are willing participants or not. emoticon

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Queenyforever wrote:
So as far as ethics are concerned, they affect us all, whether we are willing participants or not. emoticon



Yes, yes and YES!!!!! There HAS to be some ethics invovled, [sign in to see URL] if it's just to protect those you love. Muladzh, as for what you're talking [sign in to see URL] should go without saying. If the life of someone is in danger, all the 'asking' part of ethics should be tossed out the door and do what needs doing! It's the same with any protection. If an intruder comes into your home with the intent to [sign in to see URL]'ll be damned if I'm going to ask his permissing to shoot his ass! I'll shoot first, THEN ask! Same goes for magic. I realize there are those who are going to do what they're going to do, regardless, but unless I know that the person wants my help, I refuse to do anything, unless they are in a life or death situation. It's not my place to bulldoze my way into someone else's situations and try to be a hero and fix everything. Not saying that any of you are doing that, I know you'd not do it that [sign in to see URL] there are those who will,and [sign in to see URL], in my opinion, that's wrong!

I am sorry that your student had such a horrible experience. I'm very glad you were there to prevent her death!! I'm sure she was, as well.



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