7 countries that still use black magic, including Indonesia, what are they?

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7 countries that still use black magic, including Indonesia, what are they?


Here are 7 countries that still use black magic, including Indonesia


1. Indonesia

Indonesia

Indonesia


The practice of shamanism is very common in Indonesian society, especially in Java, because in ancient times many people used shamans as a solution if there was a problem, whether it was a personal problem or a village. Shamans themselves are very numerous and easy to find in ancient times. But as time goes by, with the development of technology, shamans also disappear, it's been once and rarely in this millennial era to find shamans even though they still exist. Then the practice of shamans themselves, or black magic, is more inclined to harm than gain, therefore the practice of shamans is also rare nowadays.


2. Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia


Saudi Arabia has laws to strictly regulate witchcraft. Saudi Arabia's legal view classifies witchcraft as a serious offense. If someone was found to be practicing or using magic, they would be in big trouble. There is a religious police group in Saudi Arabia called the Mutawas. In addition, Saudi Arabia has a Magical Unit, a special unit responsible for capturing and prosecuting witches, some of which have even been beheaded.


3. Uganda

Uganda

Uganda


ancient Ugandan tribes were very accepting and respectful of common shamans. But shamanic practices are a source of contention in Uganda. Shamans are respected, feared, but much-reviled. People who have a lot of money will go to the shaman for help without thinking about the risks.


4. Swaziland

Swaziland

Swaziland


witch or shamanic practices in Swaziland is a thriving business. besides that there is a unique rule, namely, magicians are prohibited from flying anything more than 150 meters. This altitude limit applies to kites, toy helicopters, drones, and toy planes. Until this moment, several citizens have been arrested for flying objects beyond the specified limit, but not a single magician has been arrested for the same thing.


5. India

India

India


India is also a country with people who still believe in magic. the witch there is known as Dayan. They are thought to be descendants of the Greek Goddess Diana, the god of hunters. If a resident becomes a Dayan, the resident will receive a lot of torture, beatings, and even death. Dayan is tortured to be healed of the witch who has taken possession of the person's soul. There is also black magic, often called tantriks, which is visited by rural Indians to seek treatment, obtain blessings, or even heal a possessed soul.


6. England


Inggris

Inggris



famous wizard court in the Pendle area in 17th century England. The two matriarchal families, Demdike, and Chattox mutually destroy each other using magic as an accusation. some historians still believe that this family referred to themselves as witches. In 2012 to mark the 400th anniversary of the trial, the 82-kilometer Lancashire Witches Walk was inaugurated from Barrowford to Lancaster Castle where prisoners are to be tried.


7. Tanzania


Tanzania

Tanzania



albino people who live in Tanzania, have a high chance of kidnapping, murder, and brutal mutilation. Because albino people are considered a valuable herb for Tanzania. Compared to neighboring countries, perhaps Tanzania did not experience a period of colonization, resulting in the practice of magic developing very quickly. The survey said, most Tanzanian people still believe in the power of magic.


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