According to Webster’s New World College Dictionary the word curse is defined as a calling on God or the gods to send evil or injury down on some person or thing. A curse can be a complex procedure involving rituals, or it can be as simple as someone saying, “I hate that lady, and I hope she trips and falls one day.” Every culture has their own beliefs about what it means to be cursed, and every culture has their own version of what we refer to as the curse. African Americans refer to it as a jinx, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Cultures have the “evil eye,” which originated all the way back to Greek classical antiquity, Germans and the Pennsylvania Dutch call it a hex, which comes from the Greek work hexen, (doing witchcraft) and the Italian Americans have the maloik. The maloik is Sicilian in origin, malocchiu is the word and it translates to “bad eye.”
For our benefit, I did a little digging, and I found out that curses can effect our lives in three areas; health, money, and relationships. If you’re alone, broke, and in poor health, you might want to consider the possibility that someone put a curse on you, or someone is sending some seriously negative energy your way. How about this scenario; money is not an issue, and you’re in good health, but you’ve been single for a long time. You just can’t seem to attract a mate.
It can be one or all of those areas, but if your life is suffering in any of those areas listed, it might be time to break or remove a curse. Breaking an removing curses can be personal; people who really understand how magic works know that it has a lot to do with how and what you feel, so for that reason, I won’t get into that part of it, but for now, just think about the people in your circle. Think about the people who see you on a daily basis, and think about the people who live around you. What is your relationship with them like? If you can find the source of where the negative energy is coming from, it will be a lot easier to remove it or break it.
Okay my friends, have a wonderful evening and a blessed day tomorrow. Thank you for following Nooz Buffet, and don’t forget to pick up a copy of my new book, Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories by Francis Joseph LaManna