Let's explore the Vashikaran magick idea and have a look at the ways in which it is practiced. Vashikaran is sometimes used for the purpose of "subjugation", but it is most often used for the sake of "control" (pejorative meaning). Many of the "control" mantras are "dark" in the sense that they are used to "command" events, people and creatures. But you must ask yourself, what is actually being "commanded"?
The answer is actually quite simple: the "commander" is commanding himself. That is what is supposed to happen in a true "self control" process. The same can easily be done via the Vashikaran mantra used in the Eastern traditions. And when we are talking about the Eastern traditions, we should pay close attention to India. After all, Hinduism is the religion of India. If you live in America, you are most likely a Christian. If you are Christian, chances are you are not familiar with the Hindu way. You might be familiar with the "Sufism" of the Islam religion. You might be familiar with the "Buddhism" of the Buddhism religion. But do you know about the "Hinduism"? I don't know how many of you have graduated as an anthropology major in college. We weren't required to take a course in Hinduism. Most of us were made to take a course on some sub-sect of Christianity or Islam or Judaism or Buddhism or something else. We didn't learn anything about Hinduism. Other westerners have similar experiences.
For all of the lives I have lived, I have never been to India. I have, however, researched the Hinduism extensively. I have spent time with people that are Hindu by faith and practice. I have seen what they believe. Because of the Internet, it is amazing how much information is available on India and Hinduism. At the same time, it is amazing how much information is not available. You can get information on American culture and religions for free online, but you can't get information on Hinduism for free. Before you go "internet shopping", I advise you to do your own research before making any decisions. The information you find online is usually definitive. That's not an insult. It is simply a reflection of the fact that the Internet is a wonderfully useful thing. But it is not the "truth". d2c66b5586