Indian State Bans 'Black Magic'

In response to what is seen as a troubling rise in occult practices, a  state in India has passed an expansive law which bans a vast array of  black magic rituals.

Earlier this week, the Karnataka state government approved their  'Prevention and Eradication of Inhuman Evil Practices and Black Magic  Bill.'

Known colloquially as simply the 'Anti-Superstition Bill,' the new  regulations prohibit a remarkable number of esoteric rituals which range  from the strange to the downright dangerous.

Included among the outlawed practices are walking atop hot coals as part  of a religious ritual, calling upon ghosts to aid in a person's  affairs, and telling an individual that they are possessed by evil  spirits as a way of ensnaring them into servitude to those who use black  magic.

Find out some of the other rituals now prohibited by the state as well as one surprising practice still allowed at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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