“Cursing to Death – the most powerful arsenal of destructive black magic in a sorcerer’s repertoire. It is the ultimate punishment on Earth, whose sole purpose is to disconnect the physical shell of the soul from its source of sustenance, that is, death.
The black sorcerer must first seek permission from Higher Powers to perform this ritual against a potential victim. The work itself is very complex and challenging, with the sorcerer risking themselves.
This type of magic holds many special secrets and consequences, as even the soul from the afterlife can begin to haunt you if it is not immediately taken to the eighth sphere of the astral plane and sealed to prevent its return.
Ancient high black magic of death.
The grand ritual of envelopment, ‘Curse of the Dark Gods.’ Cursing to death is conducted only during the black moon before the new moon. It is necessary to calculate the nocturnal hour of Mars and align with it. For the ritual, we will need:
- Ritual mandrake root (I have discussed it in detail in the book ’22 Lessons of Witchcraft’), male or female depending on the target of the curse.
- Athame knife.
- Five red candles.
- Sacrifice (at least a black bird, but preferably a lamb).
- Victim’s emanation (hair, nail, or a drop of blood).
- Thin wax candle, personally made.
- Piece of new red fabric (natural).
- Censer, charcoal, and tobacco mixed with sulfur and wormwood.
As we can see, the ritual requires serious preparation. The result is also significant. You must analyze and consider everything carefully, whether you are ready to take this step and whether the person deserves such a sword hanging over their head.
If your answer is affirmative, then set forth, taking with you all the aforementioned items.
Our place of work will be an abandoned cemetery crossroads. Find out in your area which cemetery is the oldest.
When lying down at the crossroads, do not forget that during the ritual, we are facing only the northwest, the realm of death.
Take Athame with your left hand and draw a counterclockwise circle around yourself. Inside the circle, draw a pentagram in such a way that two of its vertices point to the north and west. Place and light the candles at the corners of the pentagram.
On the red cloth, place the mandrake root, the victim’s emanations, the wax candle, and the chalice. The censer is placed in the center.
Let the coal smolder there. The frankincense should be nearby. The sacrifice is also on your left side.
Now, let’s begin the ritual.
Step 1. Sprinkle Mars and Saturn incense on the smoldering coal, invoking their spirits with the following words:
‘Madim oro Shabatai occultis znameno daimones rakshasy stihium.’
Step 2. Take the sacrificial animal and slit its throat in a way that the first part flows into the chalice (let the rest of the blood soak into the ground; it is an offering to the cemetery spirits as well). Pronounce the Dark Invocation:
‘Emine taimonis amele chatri aksheso shetelo nota shaproto drakulis egneso vadimes etu varda etu vrodo etu nakile nardisius shmanzhi khaa vagale logno farte kargamone notake statache uchile perito nocta uchtara metaga naglaze sitaza anse ergilios.’
Step 3. Use Athame to carve the name of the victim on the mandr
ake root. Then take the emanations and place them on the root. Light the wax candle and let the wax drip in a way that the drops fall on the emanations, sealing them to the root.
Step 4. Now, with the sacrificial blood spilled and the spirits rewarded for their assistance, when the mandrake root is magically attuned to its target, we proceed directly to casting the death curse.
Hold the chalice, filled with blood, in your left hand. Hold Athame in your right hand. In front of you, on the red cloth, place the mandrake root with the sealed emanations. If necessary, sprinkle incense to create thicker smoke. Ensure that all candles are burning. Raising your hands with the attributes in a priest-like pose, solemnly address the spirits of death:
‘Azarak Homelok Kernunnos Arada khaa akhe prechio.’
Step 5. Lower the Athame halfway into the chalice to soak it with blood. Then raise it above your head and pierce the emanations on the root with it, uttering the words of the death curse (once):
‘Biiro Svia Ato menti In haasi Maari Niire Graa Sdavi ntilo kiile faachito heor Igtera Vitora Spaziele Plije potilo kirevis defre turada vie hilo Utihe bratire Milokis.’
After this, wait for the candles to burn out, the charcoal to extinguish, and all the blood to drain from the sacrifice. Then, express your gratitude to the spirits who assisted you in your own words.
Pour the blood from the chalice into the ground, also with words of gratitude. Wrap the root in the fabric and bury it on the same night on the grave with the name of your enemy at the foot of the burial site.”