I've decided to expand out into black magic spells. I figured that people should be able to make their own ethical decisions on using witchcraft, and not get too hung up on the whole black/white concept. Who am I to decide for you what is right or wrong for your life or circumstances?
Accepting black witchcraft
as being a natural part of magick is actually an important step in
becoming an experienced witch. I don't mean you need to spend a lot of
time with black magic spells, just that you have to understand them.
So far, I have these black magic spells:
Purposes for black magic spells are varied, just like with any other magick. You may want black magic love spells, or spells for revenge, for example. Or you can work with a good old fashioned curse. Whether you use the term "black" or the slightly less ominous "dark magic", the idea is going to be the same. That goes for any sort of dark witchcraft.
If you don't want anything too serious to happen to another person, try a good bad luck spell, instead of a full-out curse. Getting in touch with your own darker side can be helped with some shadow spells too.
I'm also going to cover some of the basics about black magic spell casting, if you are new to this type of witchcraft. Followers of Wicca may need a bit more guidance on using black magick with Wicca. As you start to develop your darker skills, try beginner black magic spells for a place to begin.