I was cursed by a Romany woman selling lucky heather 20 years ago. She just stuck the stuff in my face while walking behind me and expected me to understand that she wanted money, but I was a teenager and didn't understand what she was doing. She didn't say anything. I assumed her grassy twig was just a worthless giveaway. I knew nothing about gypsy culture.
I've had generally bad luck since then, but now I can see that the curse is real. I am experiencing paranormal phenomena, ghostly activity. This is totally serious, and I do not need psychiatric help. These curses are real. Can anything be done about them?
The general public need to be made aware of the extreme dangers posed by some gypsies, particularly the old, female, heather-selling kind. These people can curse you, and gypsy curses are very real. People need to warn their children and grandchildren.
Romany people are quick to complain about their persecution. But what caused this persecution? Could it be the fact that they have been practicing black magic witchcraft in Christian and modern societies for centuries?
Is it just a coincidence that the European witch trials happened around the same time as the influx of gypsies into Europe?
People need to be aware of this danger. Lucky heather sellers will confuse people by holding a plant wrapped in foil in front of your face while walking behind you. This is not civilised behaviour and can confuse people, especially the young.
And if you are confused by this, you can end up having your life destroyed with a curse.
Obviously not all gypsies are capable of doing this. In fact, probably most are not. But a significant minority are. In particular, people must be educated about the dangers of tinkers like lucky heather sellers. These women practice real black magic.