The subject of the supernatural will divide people into three groups: believers, skeptics and people on the fence of what to believe.
Black magic is simply just a definition of magic. Magic is magic. That’s it. That’s all. People are people. Now, there are good people and there are bad people. There is good magic and there is bad magic. The magic that is referred to throughout this story is one of black magic. Black magic is defined by the summoning of a demonic entity or a negative energy to bring forth a demonic result. An example of this would be an individual using communication with something of that sorts to bring harm to someone else or to bring forth a negative situation. Now, it may not always be for a negative result. You often hear about people selling their souls to the devil or spirits. There are many people who work where they give offerings of blood, hair, or some form of DNA to a demon in return of what they want. That is still black magic. I could easily tell the history behind black magic. However, today I will be telling you the experience of a little girl I knew, named Emilia and her mother, with black magic.
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It was getting dark in the small town located in the southern part of the mountain. Not a soul appeared in the few paved streets. It was time to rest and prepare for the next day. Slowly, the sky began to light up with the millions of stars, which together with the moon, covered everything in a beautiful pleated tone.
Sometimes I wonder if staying up late to watch horror movies is a bad thing. This may sound like a cliché because when I do, I end up having to turn the hall light or bathroom light on, that way I’ll be able to fall asleep. Sometimes nightmares feel really in so many ways. The one thing I hate about nightmares is that when I do wake up in the middle of the night due to a nightmare then fall asleep, instead of going into a different dream, the nightmare just continues where it had left off.
Kyle James was running from bullies. As per usual. He had actually begun to worry that his team of tormentors had forgotten about him when he passed them on his way to 7-Eleven and the leader, Johnny, had promptly led an attack. It was nice to be cared about. Kyle was glad that he’d been running from bullies for about twelve of his seventeen years, so it was more of an annoyance now than an actual threat. It also helped that his bearers of misery had repeatedly changed over the years, and they were typically nowhere near as fast as him.
I didn’t feel like drinking with my friends tonight. I’m just sitting at the bar, watching Joel and George, twins, take back the Monday night special; one beer and one shot for $5. Hennesey’s is always the Monday night spot us college kids to rush to, despite having 8 AM’s, well in my case, 9:30’s. The bar is starting to swelter with the heat of so many bodies crammed inside, and the music pounding in my ears won’t allow any fantasies to get my mind off of her.
Plenty of rumors have been tossed around about a small, country church located on Shoal Creek Road in Canton, GA. While its true name is New Hightower Baptist Church, many have dubbed it with a different and more sinister name: Hell’s Church. That name just doesn’t seem to fit the white steepled church nestled against vivid blue skies on a sunny spring day, especially after driving up the small, winding back road to it, with the picturesque backdrop of trees, flowers, and rolling hills. A monument adorns the front entrance with these words:
You murdered your wife on the day of the eclipse – slit her throat and left her bleeding to death on the authentic Turkish carpet that you brought during a honeymoon on Istanbul. You couldn’t let her see the thing that was eating the sun. You loved her too much.
Over the way, in the giant concrete block of flats that make up Bailey Court, there is a little light that comes on at 1.15am, every single morning. I see it as I get myself a drink of whiskey with ice, the same as every night.