Question for anyone that practices Magick... the darker form...?
I have several aunts that have practice magick for as long as I can remember. I have a great aunt that practices a darker form of magick. My grandmother (her sister) told me that my aunt has many do-dads around her house and that she has several Boddas but she is not a boddice (how ever you spell it). She said that there is one in a bed room that her mother use to stay in. My great aunt will leave money at the bodda. She told my grandma not to ever touch it or she will die. She said two different girlfriends of my aunt's son have die shortly after touching it. Now my question is...
How or why does she use this item that represence another religoin's God? Why does she leave money for it? and how the heck does it cause those who touch it to die? I haven't seen or talked to my great aunt since I was knee high to her and I don't want to question my grandma about her ways either. I don't want to talk to or visit my great aunt because I've heard to many scary things that revolved around her
PB.. it's buddah... sorry I'm not the best speller... And she isn't a buddihst, she does evil things, she'll tell you that she's a witch. She has put curses on many people, I've seen the effects of some of them. She a very bad person and most of our family will not have anything to do with her. My aunt (her niece) made her made once and she told her she would get her for it. That night my aunt woke up to an evil, unseen force shoving her out of the bed. She prayed for God's to seen angles to help her and at the foot of her bed 3 angles appeared. And the evil thing was gone.
My grandmother is pretty superstitious. She doesn't practice magic but she does have a couple of Buddhas in her house and she leaves money on them. She says if you give them money they'll bring you money.
The whole "you'll die if you touch it" thing is new to me.
First of all, your aunt is a buddihst which has nothing to do with magick, money and other gifts are often left at the statue of Buddha because of revrence and gratitude. And magick has no traditional lighter or darker form, magick is netural to what we may call good and evil, it depends on the way one uses or practices amgick, so there is nothing to be afraid of.
I'd love to help, but I have no clue what a bodda is. I've never heard or seen of one in any magickal studies I've done. Maybe if you could give more detail I might be able to help.
Sorry honey, but if she is doing harm or evil things, she isn't truly a witch. The first rule of Wicca, is harm none, do what thou will. This means you can do what you want, but don't hurt anyone in the process. As for the death's, she probably says this to scare people. A item doesn't have the power to take life. Budda isn't a God. You don't have to anything to her, around her, or be near her. As a matter of fact, anyone who deals in this kind of magick is heading for alot of bad things with their life. Three fold law. Anything you put out, good or bad, comes back three times. Another Wiccan rule. She probably has some false information about that particular statue.
your aunt worships buddha. buddha is enlightenment. buddha is balance in all things. balance of good and evil, balance of death and life, balance of mind and body. gifts are given to buddha to symbolically seperate us of material world and to help us on the way to enlightnment. a person of power may use that power as they wish. they are restrained only by themselves. your great aunt places trust into enlightenment to help her control her urges. her willpower is wasting, talk to her immediately after she has finished her prayer, ask her words before you take the words of others as truth. truth is elusive to all who seek it. be aware, be ready to defend yourselfif you have to, speaking to her will be hard.
she may not be what you call witch. witches are not what you might think of as a witch. wicca is a religion centered on elemental power and freedom, but too much freedom is fatal. buddhism is a religion centered on the human mind and restraint, the opposite of wicca. it is interesting and unpredictable that the two met like this. there are no coincidences, but it would be wrong to assume that death is in any way connected to this strange marriage of wicca and buddha. perhaps your aunts son is a killer, perhaps the girls were destined to take the leap. one thing you cannot assume is understanding, you must contact your great aunt.
It is possible she was a lama (a Buddhist monk) in a past life, hence she uses a Buddha-figure as a focus. I have met people like this before, and I believe I am one of these myself. Generally people who are heavily into magick had past lives as magickians; you G.A. sounds like one of these. She sounds like a good person to stay AWAY from; you are wise to do so. This sort of thing (black magick) is heavily karmic, and it all catches up with you eventually.
Many people who are not buddihst use the budda in their beliefs. There was a lady who was evil like that lived in my grandma's house before my grandma bought it and alot of evil things stayed around the house. My grandfather would say that an evil woman would appear at the foot of his bed and call him. He said that she would bother him and not let him sleep. There are evil people in the world who have chosen to do harm - stay away from her!
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We know not what we been given until its studied and we have not finished yet so we have alot of work to do so keep right so we get to where we are needed to go inshAllah
A similar thing is busy happening to me now, its always been there and I did not know how to deal with it. I have people who doesn't like me at work. They sent these things into my life, but God has proved to be stronger. Evil people like your aunt call up demons and sent them to people they need to harm to scare and even harm them. But God proof to be stronger than these things, I have witnessed. Even when they walk next to you in your life, when you belief in God He will guide and protect you against evil people. Al you need to do is call His Name.Just think how wonderful it is to have God protect you and angels guarding you through life. I belief all evil, bad things are a blessing in disguise. A call for help and guidance.
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