Black magic in Indian Culture
Category : Black Magic
We all have heard of this dark occult world of black magic that makes impossible things to happen, the weird pronouncing of mantras, and chanting of spells, invoking of spirits and forces of nature which coexists with us. But how many among us have really tried to delve into the depths of this obscure world to know exactly what it is? Few right…..? Yes in this edition we give you some highlight on the same and would brief you on the various kinds of Indian practices, taboos and rituals which are practices by these magic practitioners.
Black magic can be described as a strong potential force which when enters the human body system causes a lot of disruption and causes several hassles in the ideal functioning of mind, body and soul as well. Indian mythology believes that this kind of entrance of such negative energy causing hurdles and issues in the life of a person without the host’s body knowledge is exactly what black magic does.
This kind of magical presence not just destroys the life of the concerned victim but also does leave a great impression on the other persons who have been involved in this evil activity. Though these kinds of black magical practices are banned in India, but many do follow the same for their own personal benefits, for fulfilling their vengeance or anger against the others etc.
The magical practitioner who performs these magical spells is known as a ‘Tantrik’ in India.
He is considered to be one who has mastered the skill of magic and has the capability to make impossible things happen. The prime intention behind any kind of magical practice which is done by these tantric is to bring good upon someone by causing evil to other. This has always been the basic principle upon which black magic works. This person is someone who harnesses negative energy and uses it for various kinds of cold hearted and callous deeds.
It is believed that these ‘Tantriks’ can also see the spirits or the so called ghosts and can get various tasks performed from them. They lead a very rugged and hard life of a short life span. Due to the constant dealings with the spirits and other supernatural forces they always tend to have a restless life. Most of them perform these kinds of callous activities jut for money, but others do it for mastery their skill and knowledge in their dark world of magic.
In India, though many fear these kinds of practices but to resort to the same in dire necessity when things do not fall in place for them. This could be for various kinds of intentions, like for getting a good job, for baby birth, for better career, for gaining financial stability, etc. Indian black magic goes with a lot of sacrifices as well which is made in the form of blood, life, etc.
Mostly human sacrifices etc. are done in situations of extreme hard spells which requires the spirits of the invoked forces to be made really happy to get the job done. In other cases one get to see clay dolls made by these Tantriks and in most of the cases they use some or the other kind of object which has a direct connection with the person on whom the spell is being casted. This object is then wrapped upon this clay doll and then various kinds of spells are chanted.
The clay doll is the form of the same person and is a representation of the victim. It is believed that whatsoever is done to the doll, any kind of inflictions which is made on this doll is also felt by the victim as well. The final intention of the Tantrik could be to even kill the person or to leave him injured or helpless.
Let me discuss in brief few kinds of symptoms which are found in individuals who have become victims to these kinds of evil practices. To start with one might find the person to be quite aloof from others and would prefer to be left alone always. One would get annoyed quite frequently and one can get to see their nails slightly turning black in color.
Irregular occurrence of neck pain and shoulder ache becomes a normal happening and the victims always hate to take bath. Talking to oneself is another symptom which one can notice mostly in these victims of such evil practices. In Indian mythology, it is also believed that when one is influence or a victim of these black magic spells, then the Tulsi plant which is found in the courtyard of all Indian homes dies off suddenly. So guys now you know exactly when anything goes off the track right?