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How can you avoid falling victim to witchcraft at the end of the year?

 

How can you avoid falling victim to witchcraft at the end of the year?

Mon 25 Dec 2023 PM | Mon 25 Dec 2023 PM

 

Each year is generally considered to be a cycle. Depending on the orientation of each person's life, they make different choices about the means and methods to end the current cycle on a high note and start the new one in good spirits. People with over-inflated egos, for whom the lives of others can only have value if they are used to satisfy their desire for power and hegemony over others, adopt methods (human sacrifices, harmful witchcraft practices, etc.) that run counter to the human values commonly found in almost all societies.

 

The end of the year is often the time when sacrifices and other evil practices by sorcerers and magicians are at their worst. This is because these malevolent people need more energy to regenerate and store up to carry out their destructive activities throughout the coming new cycle. 

The victims are generally "naive" people, like most people who don't have "invisible superpowers" to see or detect the evil deeds of these malevolent individuals. 

And yet, whether you have superpowers or not, adopting certain behaviours can help you avoid falling victim to these bad people (witches, marabouts, charlatans, magic practitioners, etc.). 

So what are the habits, means and methods that can protect you against witches of all kinds at the end of the year and throughout your life? That's what we're going to tell you in the rest of this article.

 

How can you avoid being harmed by witches?

Here we list the means, methods and habits that will protect you from the malevolent actions of witches.

 

1.    A taste for prayer:

Prayer remains a formidable weapon on the spiritual path. It's not just for "good people". Even sorcerers pray! And in one way or another, everyone, believer or not, prays, perhaps without knowing it. Whether you are a Christian or have other beliefs, the most important thing is to be faithful to your convictions.

For Christians, we suggest that you create habits of prayer at specific times that suit you best. It's important to understand that prayer is not the parrot-like recitation of what other people have written. You need to be concentrated in what you do during your prayer sessions. You can compose your own prayers adapted to your needs, inspired by what others have written before you.

When you pray really regularly, you can escape danger without even realising it.

People sometimes think that as soon as they ask for something through prayer, they should get it instantly. But no! Everything comes in its own time, God's time.

People who are well-informed in the field of spirituality and who have chosen the "right side" are generally wary of what some would call instant miracles. Because they know that these supposed miracles, when they are not prestidigitations, are often the work of malevolent spirits.

Be constant in prayer and above all be careful.

 

 

2.    Prudence: avoid making connections with just anyone

For a bad person to affect you, there usually has to be a link between them and you, their victim. There are various ways in which a witch intent on harming you can get to you. These include

 

Gifts

Gifts are an excellent way of making contact. This means of contact is a two-way street for both the giver and the receiver.

The person who gives you something (money, material goods, etc), if they are bad, can also take something from you in return. This could be your star, your opportunities or a coveted gift that they have seen or detected in you.

The person receiving the gift can also harm the person who gave it. Many people have been harmed in this way or are stuck in life because they have given a few coins or banknotes to witches.

There are certainly naturally generous people who have this natural need to help others and who do so without any ulterior motive. If you're one of those people, learn to be careful too. Otherwise, the enemy will get to you through your good side. For example, learn to EXCHANGE. If you want to give, ask the person asking for your help to do you a favour (a job) and then reward them for the work they have done.

If you have equipment or something else that is no longer useful to you, try to exchange it for some money. The amount doesn't matter! The important thing is to EXCHANGE!

We have often seen technicians, through ignorance, make the mistake of lending their work equipment to their colleagues or competitors, and subsequently encounter serious difficulties in their work or family life. If your colleague or competitor asks for your work equipment, ask him to give something in return (a little money, the amount doesn't matter, the main thing is EXCHANGE).

 

There's a growing phenomenon in African society. Strangers (usually good-looking and well-dressed) approach you in the street claiming to be in some kind of difficulty and asking you for money. Never give money away! Money is not given away for free.

There are endless examples of this. What you need to remember is to BE CAREFUL. Be careful about giving money any old how and to anyone, or accepting money from anyone any old how. You risk paying dearly, very dearly indeed!

 

 

Friendships

Malicious people pride themselves on "seeing others naked". They say they see others as they are, with all their qualities, gifts and stars. 

When these malicious people seek to take from you what you have and covet, they will seek to befriend you. Once the bond of friendship is established, they will act in one way or another to achieve their objectives, by offering a gift, inviting you to eat, have a drink, etc.

These evil spirits may also use you to covet a particular gift from your child or another person close to you. The modus operandi always revolves around deception, giving something to get back what they covet.

 

There's a growing phenomenon in African society. Strangers (usually good-looking and well-dressed) approach you in the street claiming to be in some kind of difficulty and asking you for money. Never give money away! Money is not given away for free.

There are endless examples of this. What you need to remember is to BE CAREFUL. Be careful about giving money any old how and to anyone, or accepting money from anyone any old how. You risk paying dearly, very dearly indeed!

 

Conclusion

It is possible to avoid falling victim to bad practices at the end of the year if you take certain precautions. As we saw above, constant prayer and prudence in your relationships with others. We all know that the person who can do you the most harm is always someone close to you, someone who knows you well.

The prevailing poverty in some circles has wiped out the self-esteem of some people, who find no problem in receiving gifts or donations from anyone. The main thing for these poor people is to "get out of poverty", to live the "high life". However, the links created by people who give can enable them (when they are ill-intentioned) to cause serious harm to the people they are giving to.


 

 

 

 

 

How can you avoid falling victim to witchcraft at the end of the year?

 

 

 

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