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This explanation may seem like a new discovery but the author is solidly convinced it was practiced many centuries ago Crimson magick is especially dangerous because it resonates with a daemonic form magnifying the will of the celebrant twenty-four fold Occultists who use the term red magick are confused - crimson is the definitive color of a daemonic halo One cannot will a primal force in nature to do your bidding since it represents a source through which life becomes animated However these forms do possess intelligence and behave as energy amplifiers and equalizers With proper concentration and correct focus you can bounce a spell off a god form and expect to feel your power directed back at you in the same manner it was sent magnified incrementally This measurable and testable effect that can be proven to your satisfaction Here are a few examples One Christian gentleman I know stumbled upon crimson magick quite accidentally He had decided one day to throw a curse on the devil Having gone through special preparation he procured a black voodoo doll anointed with holy water and several glass head pins - a small altar in the corner of the attic was lit with candles As he raised each pin he stabbed an organ or limb and proclaimed I curse your hand foot heart groin in the name of Jesus Christ After the ritual he headed down the stairs tripped and fell and fractured a hip During my hospital visit he explained how the devil had gotten his revenge I explained how the devil had not done a blessed thing - his energy had become intensified then reflected back to him I quoted this passage from LaVeys Bible Bring forth the legions of the army of Hell that the Lord of the Abyss may be magnified whose name amongst ye is Wrath Finally I had put the fear of Satan in someone pun intended There
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