It all depends what you believe in. I have never experienced it and never really wanted to either. I have an open mind, but have no interest in this type of stuff at all. I would say I don't think it's true, but then who am I to say it is or isn't.On the other hand Black Magic chocolates are real.
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For some people it is real because the want to believe in it. For me it's not real as I believe in facts and evidence and don't believe in black magic.
Black magic, witchcraft and other similar things are for those who want to believe and instead of looking at facts and evidence, they choose to attribute phenomenons to black magic and witchcraft. This has an old history, it was used to terrorise the mess population.
Now it's 2019, we live in the 21st century and people should be wiser.
I have experienced black magic before or should i say i have experienced an assumed black magic or what was perceived to be a black magic...as for me black magic is related to witch-craft and yeah witch-craft is real but i also believe that sometimes what we call black magic might just be as a result of an illusion created by a magician in other to make people believe in his or her magic eventhough what they see might not be real.....
No it is not. I do see something like the devil as a figment of human imagination and thus I do not think that there is real black magic but only people who would like you to believe in it for various reasons...
Some believe actually that it is real while some believe it is just illusion but I believe that black magic is real but it is been operated by the devils and devil is real so definitely black magic is real.
Im just asked this in our wizard academy, and all the magicians said, the black magic is real, but the white magic is much sexy.
This is a very controversial subject. Some people claim to have experienced it while some others laugh at it. speaking for myself I haven't experienced anything like that. Just like I haven't experience God's existence, yet I believe in God.
I guess it's in the eye of the beholder