Mind you, you're probably already aware of these words and phrases but their potency might be have slipped beneath your notice. You've heard them before, interwoven into others' speech and if you're reading this blog, chances are some of them may have been directed against you at one point or another.
These are words and phrases that have the power to shut down minds. Some of them are old, some of them are new, and most of them vary in efficacy based on your target. It's good to know who you're working this black magick on before unleashing it to ensure that it works properly.
An oldie but goodie. Many believe that due to modernization and the spread of information and secularization of Western society, words like this have lost their power. However, there is still a good portion of the population in the Western world on whom it is effective.
Declaring an action, a behavior, or a statement or argument to be "sinful" suggests that the subject is frowned upon and declared forbidden by the divine authority to whom the person involved owes allegiance. "Sinful" can be finicky; people are unlikely to accept the use of this black magick word if they do not consider you somewhat of an authority on their religion. Nevertheless its power cannot be understated; I have personally encountered people who will not read certain kinds of books, will not discuss certain topics and who work hard to deny their own natures because they consider them sinful.
This phrase is generally of greatest use when dealing with someone who believes something that you consider unlikely. It comes from the idea that people who have been abducted by UFOs believe that wearing tinfoil on their heads will protect them from unwanted telepathic contact and influence (although if anyone ever used tinfoil and rabbit ears on their TV they can understand why I think that they may have that backwards).
A "tinfoil hat" reference can be made in case of commentary on government or corporate malfeasance or untruths or discussion of the possibility of natural phenomenon that have not been experienced by the person in question.
This term is to refer to any spiritual phenomenon, belief, or experience that is not shared by the user. It can be used effectively to dispel all possibility of consideration on a subject. The word "woowoo" when uttered with sincerity can render even the most sincere believer ridiculous in the eyes of those around them.
Yes, crazy. It may seem trite, and it may seem old-fashioned, but this black magick word is still highly effective, especially when combined with others above. "Crazy and sinful" suggests that one is committing monstrous acts that they may not even be able to comprehend. Although the use of tinfoil hats is often synonymous with being "crazy", adding the word can only help your cause. "Crazy and woowoo" not only writes off a person's personal subjective experiences as nonsense, but also suggests that they would be incapable of judging any such experience. Tried and true.
Similar to crazy, and best used in conjunction with "unscientific" to make it clear that a person's modes of thought are primitive.
All of these words and phrases can be used for one of the darkest acts of black magick imaginable: to bring about endings, to close off possibilities, to empty minds. Application of these incantations will serve in most circumstances to instantly dilate the minds and perceptions of those who are listening. In addition, they will prevent most who hear them from considering the subject that they are applied to as those who have heard the incantations will not want their thought processes tainted with "crazy, irrational woowoo" that might be "sinful" or something that people who wear "tinfoil hats" might consider.
I'm sure if you think about it you can find other powerful black magick incantations that people use to close minds and distract themselves and others from thinking about subjects that they are uncertain about or find uncomfortable. In case you couldn't tell, I'm not sharing these because I think that you should use them; I'm sharing them as a public service and a reminder to be careful what words you use. A closed mind helps no one, and these are the sorts of magick words that only get stronger with repetition and use.