Suppose a witchcraft is proved to cause consequences, would it be legally punishable?
I was telling to everybody that I am a sectarian and a religious fanatic. For this reason I would most likely die of hunger (but then I would not ask this question) as nobody wanted to communicate with me. And at the same time I discovered a new math formula, accordingly to my opinion worth $trillion for mankind. I decided to destroy Moscow, the center of illegal anti-sectarian propaganda, by nuclear weapon, to keep myself alive and save my formulas. To do this I prayed and made wishes for a thermonuclear war.
Once I was beaten by two american missionaries. I was offended and said "Destroy two skyscrapers by planes!" This was my first big move to destabilize the world enough to start the thermonuclear war.
Later I decided to punish mankind for punishing me with nearly death (by hunger and by supporting the side of a woman that several times attempted to kill me) for holding and proclaiming the opinion that they polluted Old Testament with vowels (as it was originally written without vowels). I said many curses among which "Let it be coronavirus."
If (for the sake of the question) a court proved both that I said these curses and that the 11 Sep and corona were their consequences, what would be the legal consequences?
Would my position that application to God is an application to a higher court save me from a punishment?
I cursed them in Russia. Now I am in Israel.