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Posted by baxi-666881 - Created: 9 years ago
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Posted by Rosie S - 9 years ago

That was my point, its extortion/blackmail.

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Posted by lime-676998 - 9 years ago

Rosie S, I think it has more to do with extortion than with 'magic'

As for practising of the occult stuff, I personally cannot see any problems with it and I do not think that it's illegal (at very least, stuff like that would fall squarely under protection of European Convention on Human Rights...). However, that may be considered a business if money are involved, thus causing a lot of legal hassle, which in turn may render such practices illegal for failure to comply with appropriate business regulations...

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Posted by Rosie S - 9 years ago

There are spiritual seminars etc on the island on a regular basis.

I believe this is legal BUT recent cases where a woman claimed a nother woman had a curse on her and she only could remove it for a large amount of money was arrested and charged.

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Posted by Antonis - 9 years ago

The funny thing is there is quite a large gathering of wiccans, pagans and other occult practases on the island.

Ive also seen countless books and manuals on spells and witchcraft being sold in all bookstores. These stores also had a large selection of tarot cards...

But yes, to charge people for such services is against the law & they do make a big deal of it

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Posted by Brenmar-663711 - 9 years ago

Yes, and the police will usually take action if someone makes a complaint.