Sunday, May 24, 2009

Does Putting a Hex on Someone Work?

By Keith Ward

What is a hex? A hex is a spell for bad luck put on a
person. Often it's not just for one bad thing but a lifetime of woe and
despair. The hex might be called the evil eye, a whammy or a curse. The
term hex is a Pennsylvania-Dutch derivation of the German word "hexen" which means to practice sorcery.

Many
people associate hexes with gypsies and voodoo, regardless of whether
the term got its start from the German language. Images of voodoo
queens leaving a small bundle of herbs hidden in their victim's house
or gypsies pointing a finger and declaring the recipient hexed are part
of our world, via the cinema and television. However, those that put
hexes on others aren't necessarily practitioners of either. Some are
just people with a strong hankering for revenge, the primary reason for
a hex.

As with most discussions on the occult, hexes and their
viability are greatly debated. Some people believe that they work, but
only if the person hexed knows that they had a hex put on them. In this
case, it's the power of suggestion or the self-fulfilling prophecy.
Others believe that all people have the power to alter matter and
therefore control events. The advent of discoveries in quantum physics
help to put their views into a more favourable light.

Albert
Einstein created the hypothesis that matter is neither created nor
destroyed, simply converted. E=MC2 is an equation most school children
know, even if they don't understand it. E stands for energy, the M is
mass and the C is the speed of light in a vacuum, what it takes to
convert mass into pure energy. The formula represents the fact that
energy and matter are really one. Quantum physics experiments show that
when an observer watches an experiment, it changes the outcome. The
proved that the observation has the power to turn a wave, energy, into
particles, mass. So, why is it so difficult to believe that the mind of
an individual doesn't also contain that same power?

There was a
study done in Washington, DC where hundreds of advanced yogi's
meditated on peace in the city for one month. The result was a lower
violent crime rate for the city. Dramatically lower than the average.
Was this simply serendipity or did they have an effect? Another study
used a random number generator and two control groups. One group was
supposed to will the generator to show x's and the other was to will it
to show O's. The results showed a marked increase in x's for the group
willing x's and O's for that group. Had they controlled the computer?

If
these studies are indicators of the potential, then hexes are possible.
Ah, the law of attraction now comes into play. Whatever you focus on,
you receive. Normally this means that if you think all is lost, you can
bet it is but if you believe that good comes from something, you're
also right. In the case of a hex, you focus on evil or a bad outcome
for someone. What occurs? With so much focus and ill intent, you need
to watch out because it comes back to you. Many early religions that
practice hexes and spells have the law of three fold. It simply means
what you put out into the universe, in terms of spells or hexes, comes
back to you only three times more lethal.

Keith Ward is the Founder and Director of the Circle of Professional Clairvoyants, which offers Psychic Readings with fully qualified Senior UK Clairvoyants and Psychics.


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