On Oct 19, 2022, David Dalton wrote
> Where is black (negative) magick still listed as a crime in the law?
> Why do I ask? Well, in my latest attempt at instigating a global
> new age, the definitions of multicomponent goodness and of
> overall goodness measure that are used are those constrained
> by my essential messages (in which the word love maps to my
> internal definition of love), UN law, Canadian law, and
> Newfoundland and Labrador law, in that priority.
> I guess a death spell that doesn’t work counts as attempted
> murder, though if it has no chance of succeeding it probably
> should be treated as less serious than say a stabbing,
> and I would define it as a medium crime, not a major crime,
> but also not a minor crime.
> I have been posting about my latest progress on alt.religion.druid .
Also in John Matthews book Taliesin..., on p. 90, is the following quote
Seven years your right, under a flagstone, in a quagmire,
Without food, without taste, but the thirst you ever torturing,
The law of the judges your lesson, and prayer your language:
And if you like to return
You will be, for a time, a Druid, perhaps.
(Ancient Irish Poem)
(Of course for me it is approaching 27 years, not 7, I guess
since I have a global region.)