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Witchcraft and Magick in Africa
by Kyrique


Witchcraft and energy work has always been apart of Black ancient paganism before Christianity and Islam.

 As we all know every race has a history of paganism/satanism. In satanism there is witchcraft and the knowledge on how to use it. Unfortunately due to Christianity  and Islam it's been attacked. For example in Sukuma, the Kongo and Yoruba, witchcraft was very strong.


In Sukuma "Bulogi" means witchery. Those who practice Bulogi are called Balogi or witches. Witchcraft isn't just among the bulogi but also 'batemi' cheifs and 'bufumu' healers. It is said Balogi can make themselves invisible and transform themselves into animals. Similar to how the Egyptian Pharoah had multiple Kah's because of being close to the gods and being very spiritually advanced. It isn't physical it's spiritual. Balogi, like satanic covens, meet each other in nocturnal covens. In places where they are alone they get naked and sing and dance. Just like certain covens danced around a bonfire  and played instruments to raise energy.

 In the Kongo witchery was prevalent. Witchcraft there is called Kindoki. Just like how we can perform white magic and black magic. The kindoki can be used for positive and negative purposes. There are chiefs and healers called banganga and witches/sorcerers called bandoki who use kindoki. Bandoki have night knowledge or 4 eyes just like astral sight. They can move around in the spiritual world. It is said Bandoki can transform themselves into animals, leave their bodies and fly away. This is astral projection.

In Yoruba witch is 'aje' and a sorcerer is called 'oso'. I note that is 'aje' is also similar to 'ashe' which is also an african word that means life force or power.

 Belief in witchery is almost universal in Yoruba. They call black magic 'epe'. Witches obtain their spiritual power from Orishas (chakras ). They also have covens called 'ajo' mainly composed of elder women in league with each other. Sorcery called 'osho can be used for good or bad. A sorcerer may be called 'oloogun'.


Christian missionaries and Islamic invaders were highly critical of Yoruba heathenism. They weakened the adherence to indigenous African religions. Xian and Muslim leaders sometimes fought against indigenous African beliefs and practices. To a certain degree pagan African religions managed to survive in altered forms. Among the Kongo pagans have been combating against Xianity for more than 500 years.  It has been a never ending ar with the enemy...


May the Black Satanists of today preserve their race and their Satanic history.



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