I can not thank you enough for the Legal Trouble Obeah. Every time we went to court the officers lied and manipulated the judges. Now after this they got caught and dismissed. I finally got my kids back! — Janet
I used the career curse on my boss and he got fired a week later for stealing. They finally caught him even after I had kept telling them for so long. You saved my job. — Kevin
Hexes are an integral part of Obeah. In fact, Obeah has gained a great deal of fame — even infamy — for its repertoire of powerful hexes. The question remains; is it wrong to cast a hex that will harm a person? Few things in the Universe are black and white. To use a hex maliciously without reason is wrong. On the other hand, if someone has wronged you, if you are using a hex to protect yourself from harm or if a hex is necessary to stop a greater evil then it is justified. I will not cast a hex for every person. You are entitled to a hex if you are in danger. A curse is in order if you must stop someone from harming you or another, either physically or emotionally. Hexes can be used to break the power of a domineering boss, an abusive individual or a cheating spouse. They are not to cause random harm, but to protect yourself and stop wicked people from harming others. The Holy Bible itself endorses the use of curses in this context: “May those who curse you be cursed and those who bless you be blessed” (Gen 27:29); “Here the Priest is to put the woman under this curse - may the Lord cause you to become a curse among your people” (Numbers 5:21); “He [The Prophet Elisha] turned around, looked at them and called down a curse on them in the name of the Lord” (2 Kings 2:24).