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During the 7 or 8 years that we operated our Rescue Circle we had some cases where a seance was not necessary. This is one: I was working in sales for a tea and coffee company in Pretoria at this stage. One of our lady clients had a store on a farm near Roodeplaat dam. She was a regular customer and a really wonderful person. When visiting us one day I noticed that she was down and had sores on her arms. On inquiry she said she suspected foul play. I made an appointment with her and contacted our group.

Arriving at the farm one could literally feel and smell the evil in the air. So much so that Jerry, one of our mediums, was so affected that he started vomiting and was out for the rest of the evening.

Uncle Arie, whom you read about in my previous stories, said that we had to do with black magic and that a seance was out of the question.

At this time Uncle Arie received instructions from one of his guides.

He had to dig at a spot just outside the back door. This he did and found a small glass bottle containing animal nails skin and bone. The bottle and contents was immediately burnt and after a prayer we departed.

A few days later our lady turned up at the business to thank us as she was completely cured.

The reason for this episode surfaced shortly after. Her husband had an affair with their black housemaid, and she was responsible for the "muti" (medicine) to disable his wife. But the wheel turns, he committed suicide not long after and his lover left the farm.

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Kahlyn (4 stories) (311 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-07-25)
Spookvanger

It is the same with Shamanistic cultures of those in Africa, Australlia, Native Americans and the remaining Druidic populations of England. I studied the shamanistic ways even now I am turning into my roots. (Learning to carve wood into tools I need) The magick that true to this world has no colour and it is not good or evil which is dictated by the heart. Magick is both "black" and "white" also it is neither.

In this island knowing some of the medicinal plants are good. I can make teas from that. It is the same on this island go for the local remedies first then the medical doctor.

I live in a place where the majority is African American... I am in the ethnic minority (caucasian) but I find some of the female black co-workers I could do with out. Most do not practice do unto others philosophy
spookvanger (13 stories) (125 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-07-24)
Good morning Ursala!
Thank you. It is uplifting to hear that the knowledge and experiences that one publishes can fall on rich soil and not only on rocky ground.
God bless.
spookvanger (13 stories) (125 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-07-24)
Kahlyn,Im back. Feel I must tell you a bit more. There is only one power in the universe and that is the Power of God or as we call it in spiritualist circles, the Great White Spirit of the Universe. That power can be used for good or evil (black magic) But as one of our guides once said: "If you misuse it to harm one of your brothers, may God have mercy on your soul."
A local Evangelist and healer once said to a person looking for healing that nothing can be done for him as he went to a witch doctor first. Makes you think, doesn't it?
God bless.
spookvanger (13 stories) (125 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-07-24)
Kahlyn,good morning! The majority of rural black people in SA (80% of the population is black) still believe and go to witch doctors. Those in the urban areas believing in them are in the minority, and decreasing.
There exists black as well as white magic. Nothing to do with skin colour. Black magic is used for evil whilst white magic is used for good.
I agree with you on demons. Your actions and belief attract them. If you want to, you can get rid of them by using your imagination, ie throw them with a ball of fire that sticks to them telling them it will stick for 10 seconds but if they return
The next will stick for 10 minutes etc. As with all spiritual matters your belief in what you are doing is vital. God bless.
Ursala (48 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-07-23)
Spooky, Just wanted to stop by and let you know that I really enjoy reading about your work. Different perspectives, geography, experiences helps me to expand beyond my own little slice of life, encouraging me to see a bigger picture. Thanks, Ursala
Kahlyn (4 stories) (311 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-07-22)
I think the term "black" threw people. I am guessing that the people in South Africa find it is easier to go to a medicine man/shaman (gender man or woman) than to go to a doctor of medical lincense.

Somehow I doubt the evil is gone if it is really that strong?

Is that what your asking?
Rashidah (guest)
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9 years ago (2010-07-22)
It is alright you do not have to answer my questions. I already got the jiff of your story anyways.
Hopefully some else will actually take their time to understand your 'experience with the unknown'

Trust me I am not returning to this page.
spookvanger (13 stories) (125 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-07-22)
Rashida-I have read your profile and posts.
It is obvious that you are on the wrong track. You can also be extremely rude and have therefore decided not to engage in any discussions with you.
Rashidah (guest)
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9 years ago (2010-07-15)
spookvanger
You have not answered my question. I am guessing that you never bothered to ask for her medical report.

Maybe someday when I too have sores I will ignore going to a medical professional and run straight to a witch doctor.
spookvanger (13 stories) (125 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-07-15)
Rashida-I could not have explained it better than Adaryn7.
Thanks Adaryn!
Rashidah (guest)
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9 years ago (2010-07-15)
spookvanger

When this lady showed up with sores and suspected 'foul play' did you even ask her for the Medical Doctor's Report or did you just entertained her suspicions?
Adaryn7 (6 stories) (460 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-07-15)
South African culture is different, Rashidah, it was not meant to be offensive. Also, white South Africans don't tend to use magic, whereas there are black South Africans who do (shamans/witchdoctors/etc), hence the story title. Also whites don't tend to be maids. I'm not sure whether or not this has changed, but that was how it was under apartheid.

I understand how you feel and why you would take offense--it is difficult to explain, but I can guarantee you that no insult was intended.

Blessed be
Adaryn7
Rashidah (guest)
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9 years ago (2010-07-15)
I am a black woman.

Do you think it was necessary to say the race of the maid?
What part of the maid being black has anything to do with the story 😕

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