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[In a thread where it's mentioned that Conservative jews have put <a href="http://cnn.netscape.cnn.com/ns/news/story.jsp?id=2005072612400002742262&dt=20050726124000&w=RTR&coview=" target="_blank">Ariel Sharon</a> under a curse.]

I highly doubt that this is in the Scriptures. My guess, and it is only a guess, is that this group is playing with power it should not be---certainly not as Jews. Having lived near a Native American community for awhile, I have high respect for curses: I do not mean I approve, I mean I respect them like one would a poisonous snake.

For the Christian, there is prayer in the name of Jesus against such supernatural devilry, but what does the nonbeliever do? Sharon needs prayer. I hope he realizes that.

Beutiful Feet, Rapture Ready 4 Comments [7/27/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Redhunter

I hope you realize that a retard who believes in curses and can't spell her own screen-name correctly is not someone who I'm going to trust for directions to the nearest Burger King.

12/15/2006 12:32:27 PM

Tatch

How many times do I have to say this?
MAGIC ISN'T REAL!

5/8/2010 12:33:49 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Magic is bullshit for idiots, or a good income for Penn and Teller.

6/3/2011 12:49:51 PM

Anon2

Here is a hilarious story, showing very nicely how reliable such "magical curses" work in reality:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article7067989.ece

Short version: An indian mantra guru boasted on TV that he is able to kill any person just by using his "supernatural powers". Unfortunately for him, the president of the Indian Rationalist Association challenged him: "Go on then - Kill me!".

Guess how the story ended?

6/3/2011 1:24:23 PM
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