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About Laws of Witchcraft

Updated on August 10, 2010

Laws of Witchcraft

 Ease of anti-witchcraft laws has resulted in the advent of contemporary witchcraft practices involving the use of magic and taming unforeseen forces such as spirits and forces of nature.  Such witchcraft practices have aided in spiritual healings, natural medicines and other forms of new age techniques such as aromatherapy, herbalism and much more.  In this article we will explore the laws governing witchcraft and the spiritual techniques that are adopted to perform these practices.  Magic in witchcraft means harmony with natural forces in universe.

 For helping mankind, we need to follow set of principles while practicing contemporary witchcraft.  The first principle in this process is to understand “Love”, which means no harm to others either physically or emotionally.  The only way we can harm others is in the form of deeds, words or even thoughts, but physical form is not allowed when adopting contemporary witchcraft.  The practice involves recognition of such forces, learning the laws governing them, and attuning ourselves to make use of them.

 Witchcraft techniques involve harmonization with the forces of universe and it should obey the Law of Polarity.  The law stands on the principle that every action has an equal and opposite reaction and the acts carried out in practicing witchcraft is active or reactive in outcome.  The second law explains the cause and effect relationship between the actions and practices of witchcraft.  Great powers bring great responsibilities, hence if the necessary precautions are not taken while performing witchcraft, it can corrupt minds leading to the destruction of humanity.

 There are many different techniques available in performing witchcraft, and it is essential to follow the laws in order to achieve the desired outcome.  The witchcraft techniques are present by birth in humans and also in the universe around them, but we need to unlock them with proper guidance obeying the witchcraft laws.  The Law of Polarity and the law of cause and effect, clearly states that if the techniques are not properly used, they can cause harm to others and to oneself.  Therefore the witchcraft laws have been adopted to support contemporary witchcraft for the betterment of humankind.

 The main purpose of contemporary witchcraft is for the betterment of humankind, by protecting body, mind and soul from the ills of life.  As per witchcraft laws, it is essential not to interfere in other life without their consent or knowledge in the name of healing.  Witchcraft law clearly states that, the act must be done with permission, it should have ethical existence and the person performing the witchcraft must take full responsibility of the outcome.

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