Evoke Africa Magic Game

Africa magic games are magic squares and magic cubes concealed by local taboos, rituals and belief systems. Revealing games hidden in black magic is evoking Africa magic games played by native doctors in traÉ—itional African societies.

The vessels in which these games are kept are hex used for fortune-telling and controlling people and societies. In Nigeria, black magic is called remote control, and using black magic to control people and societies is called manipulation.

People who do not believe in black magic or witchcraft are incapable of discovering the treasures hidden in them. Also, people who believe in black magic and witchcraft but are not interested in subjecting things to rational scrutiny will never find the treasures placed in their pockets.

Anyone on an expedition to discover the science of Africa magic games is easily distracted by external things like festivals, incantations, songs, dances, animal sacrifices and fortune-telling.

Witchcraft or black magic thrives in primitive, dirty and impoverished societies. People resort to sorcerers out of desperation for a miracle. The inhabitants of a society dominated by sorcery are hostile to anything that will improve the standard of living of the people or bring prosperity and progress.

Africa magic games are magic numbers connected to form geometric shapes and patterns. Unraveling the mystery of these numbers from black magic is evoking Africa magic.

An example of a magic number evoked from black magic is 21. In Ifa, 21 is twenty one palm kernels called Ikin. 

Throwing palm kernels on an Opon Ifa divination tray is rolling a dice, because the sum of the six faces of the dice is 21.

Babalawos are players playing games with their clients.

In the USA, 777 is jackpot.

7+7+7 = 21

This means that 21 is the winning number. Evoking 21 from black magic is winning a jackpot.