Yes, there comes a time when you have exhausted all other
remedies; positive energy, legal action, compromises, threats... even your
uncle Vinnie over in Brooklyn. No matter what you try, that certain S.O.B. you
know just has to get a good, solid dose of real justice. It could be
an intolerable neighbor who simply does not let you live in peace, or
a corrupt manager at your work place, or someone who owes you some much-needed
money (and your money spells/rituals haven't turned the trick). You know
what I mean. Sometimes you just have to get downright nasty.
While I don’t condone casual use of such rituals, the
rituals of the Black Arts do have a place in the scheme of Life. And if you are
the kind-hearted sort of person who only uses these measures once or twice in a
lifetime, then they will carry extra strength coming from you. You may need
them more often; that’s a judgment call you’ll have to make either in
meditation or with a Spiritual Advisor. But if you do decide that this is the
way to go, I can help you.
Just so you don’t feel too uncomfortable when you feel the
time has come to go nuclear, I present herewith some guidelines, or at least
some food for thought. And speaking of food, let’s begin with that marvelous
Pashtun adage, “Revenge is a dish best served cold.” Actually, we should really
begin with the saying of K’ung Foo-tsze, “Before you embark on a journey of
revenge, dig two graves.”
The idea has some validity but I cannot help believing
that it serves to hinder revenge through fear. Note that it does not read “Before
you seek revenge,” but rather contains the verb “embark” and the word
“journey.” Thus it becomes fair to infer that the great K’ung Foo-tsze meant
the kind of drive for revenge that consumes a person; that becomes a driving
force in life. Hence the vision of one who embarks upon a journey. With the use of Magick
Ritual to bring
retribution upon those who have done you grave harm, you need not dwell upon
the matter. Revenge does not become a focal point in your life. You do the ritual,
call upon the forces behind the Universe to have at a specific target, and then
you just forget about it. This serves several purposes.
offers the seeker of revenge a catharsis. Just “set it and forget it,” so to speak. Get it out of your
system. You did what you had to do and now you can move on, thereby
avoiding that fatal, all-consuming journey of revenge.
takes a good bit of time and preparation to perform such a Ritual, not to
mention the expense. For this purpose, one must purchase special incense,
oils, candles and so forth. This means that you have to deliberate upon
the mission and its costs. Do you really find it worth the effort and the
monetary price? From this cogitation we fulfill the very wise advice to
“serve revenge cold,” and not in the heat of a moment.
by taking your time about it you get to ruminate over your own role in the
matter. Did you perhaps deserve what was done to you? Did you have any
part in bringing this about? How have you acted toward the perpetrator(s)
of the perceived wrong? If you are clear on this you can determine the
severity of your action toward the offender. Always remember the command
in the Torah,
עין תחת עין
“An eye for an eye.” This
does not mean that we go around exacting some kind of gruesome literal
form of revenge, but that the punishment fit the crime. You don’t seek to
exterminate your target and his entire immediate family if the target,
say, slandered you around town. Be fair. Then nail the bastard…
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