5 Reasons to Believe that a Curse can Take its Toll on Human Beings

Do you believe that a curse can take its course on human beings, or it’s just a myth? What many people knew of curse is something that a person speaks against an enemy or anyone who has committed a wrong doing to experience difficulties or misfortunes in payment of his misdeeds. A curse that sticks upon a person’s mind can be placed there either intentionally or unintentionally as a consequence of an impulsive anger.

There are various types of curses to deal with such as negative thoughts wielding power against a person or as spoken words.

These curses work the same way as they work on prayer, while wishing confusion, chaos and all kinds of bad luck against the other person. This ritual known as “psychic prayer” is a violent expression of evil wished upon another person.

Assuming that you are a righteous person and the anointing of God moves through your body and spirit, but there are many heartaches and trials confronting you, and suddenly, you are overwhelmed with thoughts of hatred and turbulence.  You become devastated to the extent of cursing the persons who caused your agony.

Curse can be done also through backbiting or gossiping against one’s enemy. In this kind of curse, the person cannot wait for the axe to fall through bad fate. He wants misfortune to come quickly to his enemy through isolation made by his own initiative.

The first persons cursed on earth were Adam and Eve, followed by their son, Cain. Many more curses took place on earth which took their toll on human beings including the curse on Sodom and Gommorha which led to their devastation, and the Great Flood during the time of Noah.

The infamous Curse of the Billy Goat has been published in a new book taken from newspaper articles from Chicago’s past to uncover the truth about the Curse of the Billy Goat.

The legend discusses one of the most infamous baseball curses in the history of baseball, concerning the Chicago Cubs’ 1969 defeat in the tournament, and the stunning collapses of 1984 and 2003.  Today, the Curse of the Billy Goat is unbelievably inter-connected with the history of Chicago and the Chicago Cubs.

This curse arose when William “Billy Goat” Sianis, a Greek immigrant came to watch the game of the 1945 World Series played by Chicago Cubs at the Wrigley Field, with his pet goat which had a bad odor. However, a squad of ushers drove Billy and his pet goat away after an angry crowd demanded for their dismissal from the stadium due to the smell of his pet.

After a long argument with ushers and the members of the Chicago Cubs, Billy Goat Sianis cast a curse upon the Chicago Cubs that they would never play again in any game of the World Series.  Consequently, the Chicago Cubs lost the 1945 World Series when they were strongly beaten in the 7th game, followed by loses in the years 1969, 1984 and 2003 major events.