Curses & Malevolent Magick

Curses & Malevolent Magick

Course Tutor: Wort Moon

Number of Lessons: 12

Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites: None

Cost: £12 unlimited access

Description & Details:

Do you worry that you may have been the victim of a curse? Maybe you want to know how to protect yourself from falling victim to one. Or perhaps things have got so bad you feel driven to cast one. Whatever your motivation, this is the course for you!

Beginning with the origins, history and exploration of the various forms of malevolent magick, the course moves on to the practical aspects of detection, removal, protection and creation of curses. The 'Curses & Malevolent Magick' course also explores the ethics, motivations, possible problems and risks involved with this fascinating subject, thus ensuring that students come away with a well rounded, and firmly grounded knowledge on which to build future practice.

By the end of this course, students will:

Course Modules:

Lesson 1 - Curses In Antiquity

Lesson 2 - Forms of Malevolent Magick

Lesson 3 - Motivation & Ethics

Lesson 4 - Signs & Symptoms

Lesson 5 - Diagnosis Methods

Lesson 6 - Methods of Removal

Lesson 7 - Curse Reversal

Lesson 8 - Protection

Lesson 9 - Cursed Objects

Lesson 10 - Components & Methods

Lesson 11 - Formulation

Lesson 12 - Recalling A Curse

Course Access Requirements: 

Students need access to a computer or devise that meets the system requirements. For details concerning computer and browser requirements go to:


Access your courses on the go with the mobile app. From any device, students can:

• View grades and course content

• Submit assignments

• Keep track of course work with to do list and calendar

• Send and receive messages

Additional Resources:

Text books are not required in order to complete this course. Some assignments require the student to perform tasks that may call for the purchase or obtainment of basic magickal components or household supplies. 

Coursework Requirements & Submissions:

This course has been graded as having a 'Moderate' coursework level. Students will be expected to complete a range of quizzes, assignments and knowledge checks throughout the course and submit evidence for grading. The course is worth up to 100 points. A certificate will be available for students to download on completion of the course.