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Astrology: Fate vs. Magic Spells

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The topic of magic adds an interesting dynamic to the endless debate about fate vs. free will.

A few weeks ago an acquaintance reminded me of the Pagan holiday, May 1st (Beltane), one of eight sabbats celebrated by Pagans. The others include the Winter Solstice, Imbolc, Spring Equinox, Summer Solstice, Lammas, Autumn Equinox, and of course Halloween.

She told me the date May 1st is the biggest of the Pagan holidays; it holds the most opportunity to exercise free will to create the reality you desire.

I appreciate the Wiccan Rede, “An it harm none, do what ye will,” a moral code also common in other Witchcraft-based faiths, because it parallels a core tenet of my belief system: do whatever you want, as long as it doesn’t harm yourself or anyone else.

I’m all for doing as much as you possibly can to manifest your aspirations. However, since the late 1990s, I’ve known of some ritual-based practitioners who attempt to negatively influence other people’s fate and otherwise abuse their knowledge and power. Every industry and group has bad characters, and the metaphysical and Pagan communities are no different.

It’s unfortunate that the dark practitioners, who, for example, attempt to hurt the chances of a politician in hopes of getting their favored candidate elected, refuse to acknowledge the karmic debt they accumulate (and negativity they generate) by doing so. There’s a price to pay for using black magic.

Alternatively, it’s perfectly acceptable to employ candle magic or other ritual-based practices to capitalize on your predestination, as long as your intent and actions are honorable.

Certainly, it would be wonderful to expunge current and future life challenges with the wave of a magic wand, but the real world teaches you that’s impossible.

My findings show me that personal fate exists; a lot in life you can’t change, no matter what you do. The complex patterns in the astrology and numerology charts reflect what is and what will be. The meaning of life, from my point of view, isn’t so baffling after all. Though, again, there’s nothing wrong with making the most of your fate.

Casting dark spells, attempting to manipulate other people’s lives, thereby violating the Wiccan Rede, is aligning yourself with dark energetic forces. As outrageous as it may sound, I believe doing so enslaves your soul, sentencing you to the lower dimensions in the afterlife.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo

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