Occult: Examples Black Magic And Witchcraft

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An occult is a supernatural, mystical, or a magical belief; for example black magic and witchcraft. A person that’s in a occult usually believes in death and black magic. Something during the occult props are used like Ouija boards, voodoo dolls, and sacrificing living creatures. All these contact the devil or with the dead. Contacting the dead or the devil can reveal secrets and dangers of the future. The occult is a very dangerous thing to join and can cause possession and death. As the occult is man made, not like the paranormal its spiritual.

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