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  • Christopher Lee on Random Famous People Who Allegedly Practiced Black Magic

    (#4) Christopher Lee

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    Actor and musician Sir Christopher Lee is so well known for playing terrifying villains on stage and screen that it began to spill into his real-life reputation. During his life he was suspected of engaging in occult practices, and one of the most popular rumors was that he had one of the largest collections of occult literature in the world.

    Lee himself not only denied all of this, but delivered a powerful warning to all wannabe black magic practitioners.  

    “I have met people who claim to be Satanists, who claim to be involved with black magic, who claimed that they not only knew a lot about it. But as I said, I certainly have not been involved and I warn all of you: never, never, never. You will not only lose your mind: you lose your soul.”

  • Sammy Davis, Jr. on Random Famous People Who Allegedly Practiced Black Magic

    (#7) Sammy Davis, Jr.

    • Dec. at 65 (1925-1990)

    Famous entertainer Sammy Davis, Jr., was known as the kind of person who wanted to have every kind of experience he possibly could, and who would rarely turn down anything offered to him. He flirted with Satanism for a few years after ending up at an orgy in 1968. He attended a number of orgies and his involvement with the church inspired him to create probably the worst sitcom of all time: Poor Devil.   

    This sitcom featured Davis as a low level demon trying to work his way up through hell by procuring the soul of an accountant. This feature length sitcom pilot has no laugh track, is not at all funny, and features Christopher Lee as the Devil in a strangely detailed vision of hell. While it got Sammy Davis Jr., accepted as a member of the Church of Satan, it was not picked up by NBC. 

  • Elvis Presley on Random Famous People Who Allegedly Practiced Black Magic

    (#13) Elvis Presley

    • Dec. at 42 (1935-1977)

    While Elvis Presley, king of rock and roll, was well-known as devout Christian, his interests in mysticism and religion didn't end there. It's known he had a roughly 250 books at Graceland, most of those being occult and religious texts. Presley was allegedly a known occultist who would read from occult books on stage at his concerts.

    He apparently favored books by Theosophist Madame Blavatsky, who taught that Lucifer is the one true god. 

  • William S. Burroughs on Random Famous People Who Allegedly Practiced Black Magic

    (#3) William S. Burroughs

    • Dec. at 83 (1914-1997)

    As one of the most famous authors of all time, William S. Burroughs had a lot of significance in 20th century counterculture. While he's known for his book Naked Lunch, Burroughs is less known for his love of curses. As in he placed curses on places and people he didn't like or he felt wronged by. Burroughs claimed he had closed a restaurant in London where he had gotten bad service with magic.

    Burroughs and fellow novelist Truman Capote had been insulting each other and their work for years when Burroughs finally reached his breaking point. He cursed the other author in an open letter: 

    “You will never have anything else. You will never write another sentence above the level of In Cold Blood. As a writer you are finished.”  

    Weirdly enough, Burroughs' curse came true. The only thing Capote managed to have published before his death a year later got him kicked out of celebrity circles. 

  • Marina Abramović on Random Famous People Who Allegedly Practiced Black Magic

    (#12) Marina Abramović

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    Performance artist Marina Abramović has become world famous for her striking, violent, and strange performance art which directly engages with viewers, making them a part of her installations in boundary-pushing ways. She's also known for her occult-like approach to pieces, involving others occasionally in strange and painful rituals.

    Abromović created a short film about the sexual aspects of Balkan pagan traditions.

  • David Bowie on Random Famous People Who Allegedly Practiced Black Magic

    (#2) David Bowie

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    David Bowie was one of the most influential rock musicians of all time. He was known for his experimentation in sound, style, and persona. However, things got a little weird for him in the '70s. While recording the 1976 album Station To Station - an album which he barely remembered recording - Bowie became swallowed by cocaine use, alcoholism, paranoia, and magic. He became obsessed with using magic to attain success and protect and defend himself from demonic forces. He would draw pentagrams on every surface he possibly could. 

    Bowie would go on strange rants that no one could follow, refused to go above the third floor in any building, took part in strange rituals, and believed that witches were trying to steal his seed to create a demon baby. Eventually he even called a white witch to lift the curse and exorcize his house. 

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Are there difficulties that prevent you from realizing your dreams or getting what you want? When all other strategies fail, many people try to use black magic to get the results they desire, and many celebrities are rumored to be no exception. Black magic needs to be attached to powerful strength and spirit. 

It is speculated that some celebrities are secretly contacting black magic and dedicated their souls to the devil to satisfy their own desires. This is usually because the relevant celebrities have made certain remarks or some strange actions. The random tool lists 13 famous people who allegedly practiced black magic, but no one can fully confirm.

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