Warning spell to me I give way my weakness's those of gentle creatures and of your kind face the lion of Camelot in Ireland

Warning spell to me I give way my weakness's those of gentle creatures and of your kind face the lion of Camelot in Ireland (Curse)

I like my coffee how I like my magic

I like my coffee how I like my magic

I like my coffee like I like my magic - Strong, milky, with lots of sugar!

Black magic has traditionally referred to the use of supernatural powers or magic for evil and selfish purposes. Description from pixgood.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Black magic has traditionally referred to the use of supernatural powers or magic for evil and selfish purposes.

"That's why it's important to get quality candles. The flames can be indicative of the spell's success, so buying or making good candles means the spell will work better," she said, inspecting a black candle closely, closing one eye and looking down its length.

"That's why it's important to get quality candles. The flames can be indicative of the spell's success, so buying or making good candles means the spell will work better,"

Candles:  #Candle Magic ~ Black.

A warm and hearty welcome from thefriendlywitch and Magpie - purveyors of witchy information, advice, spells, explanations and various other interesting wares of a roundly Pagan description.

The Goddess is Alive and Magic is Afoot! — circlingindizziness: Planet palm. ...

drawing Illustration Black and White moon Witch crystals witchcraft screenprint quartz Black Cat pentagram wiccan celtic wicca celtic knot Lunar Phases cat coen catcovenshop cat coven shop Mais

Magick Spells - Enemy Binding Spell  *I don't like the word "enemy". My EX bff has made me HER enemy and she's playing with black magic. Tsk, tsk.

Magick Spells - Enemy Binding Spell *I don't like the word "enemy". My EX bff has made me HER enemy and she's playing with black magic.

We talked to modern Hoodoo practitioners about cultural appropriation in witchcraft and keeping the African American slave folk magic alive.

Black Magic: Hoodoo Witches Speak Out on the Appropriation of Their Craft

We talked to modern Hoodoo practitioners about cultural appropriation in witchcraft and keeping the African American slave folk magic alive.

“Ninety percent of most magic merely consists of knowing one extra fact.”

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A witch ought never to be frightened in the darkest forest, Granny Weatherwax had once told her, because she should be sure in her soul that the most terrifying thing in the forest was her.

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