Could you define witchcraft? In response to the Lemurian prophecy on the death of witchcraft, some were claiming that good (‘white’) witches ‘operate within natural law’. (Which is understood to be in alignment with the divine.) This seems contrary to what I have heard you say over years of studying your work.
Nowhere in any cosmic law is it permissible to control another’s behavior or its outcome, whether well or ill-intended. The word ‘magic’ has been grossly misused to apply to any enforced control of another, or for that matter your own life. Magic, as we use it, is the exposing of the underlying perfection by removing the illusion that obscures it. You will notice that the bodies of Incorruptible Magic we’ve given, always had a body of perception coupled with it. The power source is not external; it is the power that’s released as you release your inner illusions. The external but directs the power to increase the quality of your journey by exposing the perfection that already exists.
Any “magic”, as it exists in any form other than what I have explained, brings painful repercussions to the practitioner — no matter how well-intended. The only difference the benevolence of the intention makes, is that anything that is genuinely a misguided act due to lack of understanding, can be reversed and karma prevented by changing the perception.
“A moment well-lived can change the past and the future” ~Almine
We remind you that even in Belvaspata these criteria for true magic are strictly observed. The angel places the healing sigils in the fields of the patient until they are willing to receive some or all into their body. Healing is not enforced.