black magic

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Synonyms for black magic

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the belief in magical spells that harness occult forces or evil spirits to produce unnatural effects in the world

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cms) described as a hotbed of black magicians and sorcerers with people paying up to $1,500 for services.
He is not wholly evil, as a popularly pictured black magician might be; but nevertheless he is never good enough really to put the customer above his own interests--really to love his neighbor as himself.
The two butchers and the black magician were arrested and are being tried for the rape and murder of seven-year-old Darakshan.
There was also Page's fascination with the occult, with the multimillionaire axeman buying up the one-time castle home of black magician Aleister Crowley on Loch Ness.
He became a black magician and founded a new occult religion, which attracted troubled followers.
The All Black magician will play for Northampton Saints in England from the start of next season and will leave Auckland this summer.
The German Reich enlists the services of a black magician, Grigori Rasputin (Roden), to destroy the advancing Allies by opening a portal between our world and the demon universe.
In Peter the Great's 1715 Military Law Code, article 1 states that if "any soldier is found to be an idol-worshipper, black magician (chernoknizhets), gun-charmer, or superstitious and blasphemous enchanter (charodei) .
Black magician Aleister Crowley claimed he had "seen" a devastating world war which would occur in April 1997.
And Jimmy Page, of Led Zepplin, bought Boleskin House in Inverness-shire, former home of the sinister black magician Aleister Crowley.
Sun Ra did the music on a record I produced of my play A Black Mass, a telling of Elijah Muhammad's telling of the myth of Jacoub, the mad black magician who created white people
It is hard to see Dido or Barabbas as a colonized victim, or Faust as an imperialist text (with a black magician as its internal other), and Bartels finds no way around Marlowe's hostility to women.
Dubai: It was meant to be spooky, but was the idea of switching off the lights in a room filled with journalists and plopping a bearded black magician in the centre of the room a good idea?
This is the perfect introduction to the Australian author Trudi Canavan's international best- selling Black Magician trilogy.
London's Southwark Crown Court heard the 25-year-old, who started hearing voices after becoming convinced he had been cursed by a Bangladeshi black magician, was arrested shortly after the last assault.