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    Negative energy has been given a bad rep, but it has it's uses. Here is a spell I created that uses it. It is kind of a "fill me with your naughty black evil" spell. Enjoy!

    Negativity charm

    Get a peice of coal and spin it clockwise, then place it in your left hand and say these words:

    I linger in toxicity
    you know me as the enemy
    your sins currupt me through and through
    what you create I will undo
    black is my heart, black is the coal
    in sin you offer up your souls
    my reservoir will never dry
    neglect the beasts, indulge the fly
    the vulture gaunt, the glutton worm
    and cast the world into the storm
    endow me with the energy
    to smite the world, so mote it be!

    Then use this energy for whatever end your wicked heart desires.
    Last edited by VIRAL; 04-20-2009 at 10:11 PM.

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    when you spin the coal around clockwise, or "deisol", you are activating the energy of the coal. the coal then acts as a focus for the energy that is specified by the poem. the left hand is more apt at absorbing energy than the right and is also the "sinister" hand. it draws the energy out of the coal. when you have finished with the chant, hold the coal in your left hand when you are using the energy for its (presumably destructive) purpose. the coal can be thrown away or kept as a talisman of entropic energy. a visualisation may be used with the poem, by imagining darkness gathering around and inside you.
    Last edited by VIRAL; 04-20-2009 at 10:00 PM.

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    Default hey

    thats right listen to my boy (he is sick)

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    Default Hey

    Negative energy has been given a bad rep, but it has it's uses. Here is a spell I created that uses it. It is kind of a "fill me with your naughty black evil" spell. Enjoy!

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    Picky picky, tech. the coal is used as a focus for the energy invoked by the words. I decided to use coal instead of lead because lead can be more harmful to the user. wolframite can also be used.

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    Ahh, I see. Wiccan. Well the premise of this spell is to draw up the energies yourself, and once you have dispatched the energy for its purpose it shouldn't be too much in your system. Do you beleive in the rule of three? That may be a problem in such spells because the intention is far from "harm none".

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    THIS IS INSTERING I HAVE ONE QUESTIONS THOUGH WELL NOT REALLY MY QUESTIONS BUT A FRIEND OF MINE.

    what about The material? can something else be used?

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    obsidian, animal skulls, wulfenite (or maybe it's wolframite. the clear one made of lead + sulphur, not the red one.) ooh, and sulphur, and jet, ebony, and i guess maybe obsidian, perhapse the opaque kind is better. coal has the right energy and is easy to get. rock coal could be expected to work better, but charcoal will suffice. maybe a rock with a sinister rune or sigil on it (perhapse thurisaz?)

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    Making other people suffer sucks. I've seen too much of it in my life. Boring.
    No slave, No master.

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    in certain cases it is called for and the spell can be used for lots of things other than making people suffer. like causing a corrupt system to crumble, for example, or for getting rid of unwanted influences.

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