Category: necromancy

Philosopher India – A step towards Myth discovery

Black Magic – communication with the dead/Death.

Black magic– one of the strongest and powerful spiritual forces of the universe. In the modern world, black magic is not only very interesting phenomena. It is surprising that thousands of years ago when black magic first came into being it was regarded as a sin. People practising the black magic were hugely deprived and executed. This represented a time when people’s faith and freedom were not respected. Black magic was regarded as a crime and it was generally dismissed. The fate of black magic, in current times is strikingly different and is a result of years of keeping faith.  In the medieval times, when black magic was at its height, it was also the most talked about issue among people. It was widely practised but not openly. Since the middle ages black magic flourished and gave rise to several branches, the most important of them being witchcraft, sorcery, necromancy . Witchcraft is the most widely used black magic along with sorcery. Necromancy mainly concentrated on communication with the dead/Death.

Basic Symptoms of Black Magic:

 1) The Victim would like to be aloof and being alone always.

2) Always feel Will be annoyed and irritated

3)The major symptom found that the Nails will turn black.

4) Shoulders and head pain will be regular.

5) they feel any type of Smell of Scent will come.

6) Victim would hate to take bath/ and a scared from water like Rain/sea.

7) they Will talk to own self.

8) The Eyes of victim will be red.

9) Victim will not feel hungry.

Sense of Tantra

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The word “tantra” is derived from the combination of two words “tattva” and “mantra”. “Tattva” means the science of cosmic principles, while “mantra” refers to the science of mystic sound and vibrations. Tantra therefore is the application of cosmic sciences with a view to attain spiritual ascendancy. In another sense, tantra also means the scripture by which the light of knowledge is spread: Tanyate vistaryate jnanam anemna iti tantram.

There are essentially two schools of Indian scriptures – “Agama” and “Nigama”. Agamas are those which are revelations while Nigama are the traditions. Tantra is an Agama and hence it is called “srutishakhavisesah”, which means it is a branch of the Vedas.