eBay bans sale of magic spells, potions and other witchcraft

eBay bans sale of magic spells, potions and other witchcraft

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HONG KONG, CHINA: Female 'god worshipper' 83-year-old Leung Kam Po gets to work casting spells under a famous spot in Hong Kong's Causway Bay district, 02 March 2004. Although Hong Kong is a modern, rational society, underneath it has its superstitious roots with 'beating the petty person', a traditional ritual of Hong Kong Chinese who believe they can have spells cast on people they dislike to keep these people away from them. AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS (Photo credit should read PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images)

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by Ron Dicker / The Huffington Post

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Posted on August 17, 2012 at 6:31 AM

Updated Friday, Aug 17 at 6:31 AM

A small paragraph in the new eBay 2012 Fall Seller Update (h/t Tecca) is proving to be a big bummer for purveyors of the occult -- and for other believers. As of Aug. 30, eBay wrote on its site, the following merchandise is prohibited: "spells; curses; hexing; conjuring; magic; prayers; blessing services; magic potions; healing sessions."

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