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Curse of the "Black Widow".
« on: May 25, 2012, 10:20:22 PM »
From a letter:

Help me understand the situation.
I recently lost a loved one, beloved and loving person - was killed in an accident my common-law husband. The situation is terrible in itself, but the more terrible it is that people leave unexpectedly at the age of 42 years full of energy, hopes and plans.

Grief experienced made me think seriously about what's going on in my life. The fact that a series of tragic events began in 2005 when, in May at age 41 unexpectedly from an incurable disease in his eyes literally burned to a healthy and strong man, who was at that time I close and we were linked long-term relationship. Just after 5 months., In October the same year my father was tragically killed.

Two years of silence, and then, in 2008, just as suddenly and tragically killed my ex-husband. And even though we had already been married a long time was not involved and the relationship a little support, but we have a son, and therefore the overall situation is "slashed" very close. All the more so after the divorce my husband so more families are created and svegda thought that my son is his family.

And the tragic end - February 2011 - the death of my husband. All this, taken together, pushes me to the disturbing thoughts that there is some "program", which gives poor results.

And yet, not sure if it relates to the specific case, but on the maternal side, none of my cousins ​​are not happy in his personal life. All of the marriage, or splits, or it is not at all, although people have for 30 years, many have an unhealthy addiction to alcohol. Though the family sufficiently stable and socially adapted.

In conclusion, I want to say that I'm still fairly young and attractive woman with a normal positive outlook on life, quite close acquaintance with the esoteric, and many practitioners. All of this works. But I am concerned it is this situation - I'm starting to be afraid of themselves in the sense that I can unknowingly spoil the life of the people closest to me.


from the letter:

The fault of my father (he knocked down a man), a gypsy widow after she went to court my mother and said: - I became a widow, and now your family will all be black widows. You still remember me and my tears.

Spitting, gypsy turned and walked away. First my mother was widowed - father hanged himself in prison, where he was serving a sentence for a downed his gypsy. Forget us not give him. More married mom did not come out. My older sister became a widow a month after the wedding. Personally I was hoping that I'll be fine. But, after living for six months with her husband, one does not wait it to work alive. On the way home attached to it bullies hit on the head with an iron rod, and he died without regaining consciousness. Three years later, I met a nice guy and married him. Volodya was a remarkable man. I was with him was easy and joyful. But the first day of January, he died in his sleep - sleep and never woke up. He never complained of heart, and in general was absolutely healthy. Probably worked gypsy curse. Now, I'm afraid to get married, do not want anyone dying because of me. "

 
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Damaging black widow, is  a curse. This type of damage to the curse of time, if not neutralized, will bring suffering, misery, and death. As a rule, the curse, the corruption of the black widow is induced from the outside, deliberately.
 
 However, in some cases, the cause of the damage a black widow can be a lady with a negative, powerful energy, which destroys the life partner who is beside her. Her husband, friend, etc. sooner dies - dies. The cause of death can be any circumstance, by accident, to the deadly disease.
 
It's no secret, that this lady is a nice, attractive and sexy and attract men of all ages. Often, a man in love with absolutely nothing suspicious, he is unable to understand what will bring him to the relationship.
 
Curse of the "black widow" includes damage to the object and gradually pays no attention to ill health, which begin to occur soon after they met with such a woman. Further, the more - the problems in business, relationships with others are getting worse and worse. If you are lucky, the object is damaged black widow will be able in time to make any conclusions, thinking over the circumstances of failure, and after weighing all the signs of the developing situation unpleasant person becomes frightened, he realizes that the woman who is with him is a threat to his life.
 
 Then follows a series of scandals, the desire to leave, but it turns out strong feelings, holds firmly. What to do in this situation?
 
 Located next to the special, the man gets very serious trouble. Typically, the "black widow" of the powerful, destructive energy fail partner to the most negative consequences. Sometimes the woman herself does not know that it support such evil.
Out of the situation, two - to leave and break off relations with that woman, and to remove damage "black widow" and thus save people from deadly and destructive action of the negative programs.
In conclusion, damaging black widow is one of the most devastating adverse effects on man and the black widow to remove damage can only be an experienced professional who has magical knowledge and experience in magic.

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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2012, 07:12:21 AM »
If you believe in "Black Magic" or some type of "Curse", understand, the mind is extremely powerful. Your belief appears to be strong enough that you are bringing these mishaps into your reality. Remember "The Secret?" It was all about creating one's own reality. Well, that can work in a positive manner and it also can work in a negative manner.

You have to believe in yourself before anything else.

A quick example. 13 years ago I was fighting for custody of my, then, 3 year old daughter and 4 year old son. Their mom was also pursuing custody. She was not unfit, she was not on drugs, and both of us had decent jobs working 40 hours per week.

As I looked for legal representation, many lawyers would tell me I had no chance of getting custody of my kids, especially with a 3-year-old daughter. I even spoke to a couple attorneys who had worked as judges and they told me I had no chance. I finally came across an attorney who listened to my plea for "full custody" and his response was positive. I selected him as my attorney (and I did all of this with very little money, but that's beside the point) ..

About 10 months later I was awarded full custody of my daughter and son who are now 16 & 17 years old. My point .. if I would have listened to the many people who told me I had no chance, I would not have had a chance.

As long as you believe that some type of demonic force, or curse dictates and controls your life, that is what will happen. Also, if you are looking to be married again, you might not want to share any of this with a potential mate. If a woman came to me, regardless of what she looks like, and she's talking like you, I am RUNNING in the opposite direction .. No offense, just making a point.
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2012, 07:39:07 PM »
It's dreadful that you have had to go through so much in your life, but I don't think all this can be attributed to a curse, and you really need to let that idea go if you are to move on from the tragic events in your life and rediscover happiness. Start to think positive thoughts, and  you will become a more positive person. The power of the mind is awesome, and it can work for you or against you. Do you really want to allow your mind to work against your happiness? No, I didn't think so.

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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2012, 09:41:17 PM »
marfa, I'm sorry to hear of your misfortunes. As a practicing witch are you not familiar with the different ways of removing a curse? It's very true that we make our reality with the power of our mind. Performing an anti-curse spell or ceremony may help because it may influence your mind in such a way as to end the misfortunes. If you truly believe in witchcraft this may be the way to go for you. Anyway, I hope things turn around for you. Lots of light and love.
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2012, 04:17:41 AM »
Some people consider this type of curse to be a "rider" curse or "hag-ridden" because a malevolent entity has been attached to you to cause harm and unrest to you and those around you.  My mom had a similar curse placed on her by a jealous aunt (only 5yrs her senior) who envied everything about my mother from her looks to her life. We know she broke up a developing relationship she had with a young man from a wealthy, titled family by spreading nasty rumors about the maternity of mom's younger sister (16 yrs her junior).

Here's a spell that's not difficult to perform or needs a lot of hard to find items.

Spell to Trap an Evil Spirit (in a Jar)


This traps an evil entity or evil spirits and prevents any harm being done.

You'll need:

    Salt water - 1 part Sea salt to 8 parts of spring water.

    1 dried Rose

    13 Rose Thorns

    1 Small Glass Jar + a tightly fitting lid


Put the Rose Thorns into the jar one at a time and as you do this and drop one in, chant the following words each time:

"Thou Demon presence. Be no more!"


Crush up the Thorns in the jar and then crush up the Rose petals and add them to the jar, slowly add the salt water. Keep the jar open overnight. The next morning, before the sun rises, close the lid. All the evil should now be trapped inside the jar. Cover the jar with a cloth and bury it far away from the house in a place that has no buildings nearby. You can also drop it into the sea, a lake, etc as long as it's protected so it can't break.

This is where there is some slight danger with this spell. It's similar to capturing a djinn in a lamp or crystal. You do NOT want this spirit to get out of the jar. It will be very angry and vengeful and you just don't want to go there. I would even recommend encasing the jar in concrete and dropping it in water because it's less likely that someone will come across it and open it unsuspectingly.
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #5 on: August 01, 2012, 04:39:42 AM »
Nakhash, are there any consequences to the witch who performs such black magic?
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #6 on: August 01, 2012, 12:32:18 PM »
Magick isn't really black or white. Everything has to do with intention. Think of it like electricity. Do you use it to turn on a light or do you use it to torture or execute someone?

The intention of this spell is to capture a malevolent spirit and trap it. How the spirit and how I perceive the action is, no doubt, completely different. I would consider it to be a gray area that would, hopefully, benefit a human who is being hurt. Sort of "it has it coming to it" thinking, I suppose.

But then, I never claimed to be Wiccan (and ye harm none, do what ye will).  I think most people would agree I'm pretty nice and very polite. I would add: Just don't cross me or those I care about.
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #7 on: August 01, 2012, 03:50:51 PM »
Actually, I was referring to the cursing.
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #8 on: August 05, 2012, 06:31:53 PM »
Oh, the cursing. It depends. Most Wiccans would say "yes" there are consequences. Everything in life costs something and performing a curse would be no different. Some believe the cost is three-fold in that the evil you wish on another will return to you three times over.

Personally, I believe it marks your spirit in some way. I don't "bounce" back evil that is done to me but, periodically, will do a Swifting Ritual to transform the energy back into it's true form (neither negative or positive) and absorb it to make my power source stronger for personal use.

But even performing "white" magic(k) takes energy. For instance, performing a healing ritual to help someone will leave me feeling tired for awhile. Grounding and centering afterwards helps as does, oddly enough, eating. Many groups finish a joint spell or ritual by having a potluck.
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #9 on: August 09, 2012, 01:46:48 AM »
Nakhash, do you know any spells for weight loss?
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #10 on: August 11, 2012, 12:52:36 AM »
If I knew one that worked I'd cast it for myself! Personally, I've found that I eat when I'm nervous. So for me, meditation seems the most helpful. That and thinking twice before eating something high calorie. I try to substitute healthier choices. Not always easy. I have a weakness for chocolate and for buttercream frosted cupcakes.
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Re: Curse of the "Black Widow".
« Reply #11 on: August 11, 2012, 03:50:22 AM »
Chips have been a problem for me. I'm substituting them with roasted seaweed. I find that it takes the craving away while being a lot healthier. There are always positive changes we can make.
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