Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Is the Witchcraft Class White or Black Magick?



A friend of mine recently sent me a message asking if the witchcraft class, that starts on September 22, is white or black magick. And this is how I responded to that question, because it is a legitimate question:

 The witchcraft class is a fundamentals of witchcraft course. It’s neither black nor white, but what one learns in it can be used either way.

One of the primary reasons for choosing witchcraft as a personal belief and art is that it is the only religious system that allows one to be spiritually free. Granted, moral constraints are necessary for people to live with each other and to live with dignity and honor, but morality can be used for evil, especially by the major religions of the world.

Moral constraints are often used to dampen and control the spirituality of the masses. What the major religions know very well is that you can't have everyone walking around being spiritually free and seeking out their own god. Because if you do, you can't control them and thus use them for your own ends. Witches know this all too well, which is why they choose to separate from that—and to escape to freedom.


So, black or white? That's something you decide after you become a witch. And the first transformation you have as a witch is that you no longer give a damn about the judgement of others.  

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