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  Magic Spells & Potions
And that's a magic reversal in action, old programming that is just the same as brain washing or cult control, but here the cult is the Spanish Inquisition, reaching across the ages through the medium of fairy tales and affecting people in their millions, still here and right now.
Magic isn't so much about rituals or herbs, or even spirits and deities, than it is about using your will to alter the fabric of reality.
This is a very nice art magic spell that is easy enough for kids and absolute beginners, and deep enough for the most advanced practitioner of energy magic to learn something new and expand their range and power.
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  Magic (paranormal) - Free Encyclopedia of Thelema
Magic or sorcery are terms referring to the influence of events and physical phenomena through supernatural, mystical, or paranormal means.
These magical forces are said to exist in addition to and alongside the four fundamental forces of nature: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force.
Magic has been portrayed in numerous games, in which magic is a characteristic available to players in certain circumstances or to certain types of player characters.
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  Magic (paranormal) information - Search.com
Magic or sorcery are terms referring to the alleged influencing of events and physical phenomena by supernatural, mystical, or paranormal means.
These magical forces are said to exist in addition to and alongside the four fundamental forces of nature: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force.
Magic that causes objective physical change, in the manner of a miracle, is not accommodated for in Kieckhefer's categories.
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  Magic (paranormal) - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Examples of the suppression of magical belief and practice range from the eradication of neighboring polytheistic tribes by the early Hebrews, to the attempted suppression and eventual appropriation of pagan holidays by the Catholic Church, to the mingled motives of the Conquistadors, to the Salem witch trials of the Puritans.
Sympathetic magic involves the use of physical objects which resemble the object or objects one hopes to influence; the Voodoo dolls of "New Orleans Voodoo" are an example of this.
Magic has been portrayed in numerous games, in which magic is a characteristic available to players in certain circumstances or to certain types of player characters.
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 Magic (paranormal) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
These magical forces are said to exist in addition to and alongside the four fundamental forces of nature: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force.
Manifest and Subtle magic typically refers to magic of legend rather than what many individuals who practise the Occult claim to use as magic, where Manifest magic is magic that immediately appears with a result, and Subtle magic being magic that gradually and intangibly alters the world.
When dealing with magic in terms of "traditions," it is a common misconception for ousiders to treat any religion in which clergy members make amulets and talismans for their congregantsas a "tradition of magic," even though what is being named is actually an organized religion with clergy, laity, and an order of liturgical service.
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 Magic (paranormal) - Wikipedia
Magic (also called magick to distinguish it from stage magic) refers to a way of influencing the world through supernatural, mystical or paranormal means.
These magical forces are said to exist in addition to and alongside the four known forces of nature: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force.
Contagious magic involves the use of physical ingredients which were once in contact with the object or objects one hopes to influence with a spell, and sympathetic magic involves the use of physical objects which resemble the object or objects one hopes to influence.
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 Magic (paranormal) - guideofcasinos.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Magic or sorcery are terms referring to the influence of events and physical phenomena through supernatural, mystical, or paranormal means.
Sympathetic magic involves the use of physical objects which resemble the object or objects one hopes to influence; the Voodoo dolls of "New Orleans Voodoo" are an example of this.
Magic has been portrayed in numerous games, in which magic is a characteristic available to players in certain circumstances or to certain types of player characters.
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 Science, Magic and the Paranormal
Such thinking forms the basis for modern conceptions of magic and paranormal (psi) phenomena, in that the human mind may have a significant, but non-physical, effect on material reality; or as Wang and Bedford (1985) put it, 'one of the non-mechanical aspects of causation may be will and intention'.
Magic is also significant in a cultural sense in that it provides a mechanism whereby human beings give meaning to their world.
Magical approaches to understanding reality are found in traditional societies where magic is 'deemed indispensable' in any aspect of life that is not totally under control, ie.
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 Magic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Magic (paranormal), a term for various supernatural, mystical, and paranormal practices
Magic (cryptography), the codename for U.S. intelligence obtained from cryptanalysis of Japanese diplomatic transmissions during World War II Magic square, a square of numbers with identical row, column, and diagonal sums
Magic (programming), a general term for hiding complexity, as well as a UNIX command for "magically" determining unknown filetypes
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 CSI On-line: Scientifically Investigating Paranormal and Fringe Science Claims
The Committee for Skeptical Inquiry encourages the critical investigation of paranormal and fringe-science claims from a responsible, scientific point of view and disseminates factual information about the results of such inquiries to the scientific community and the public.
In his magic and other presentations, Jerry emphasized that, "We often come to the wrong conclusion for the right reason." The point was that the very same processes that enable our brain to be so dramatically successful are frequently the same ones that lead us into error.
Although many cognitive errors and illusions occur when the brain is functioning normally, some of the more dramatic errors and anomalies of experience result from the malfunctioning brain.
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 MAGIC- Home Page
MAGIC, a not for profit organization, is team of seasoned and trained paranormal investigators.
MAGIC is currently reviewing all evidence taken from the investigation that was done on NOV 2nd 2007.
You are further acknowledging that you are submitting your information at your own risk and that MAGIC cannot be held responsible or liable for any unauthorized use, disclosure, copying or distribution of your information by any unintended recipients of emails we receive.
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 Unexplained Mysteries :: Paranormal Phenomena and the Worlds Greatest Unexplained Mysteries
Anthony North: The paranormal is full of supposed phenomena relating to an afterlife.
Hundreds of germans, tortured by inner voices, are on the search for priests who can free...
That's a bold statement coming from a paranormal investigator.
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 Magic Ball 2 review -Magic Ball 2:Magic Ball 2
Magic Ball 2 -There are a lot of alternative parallel worlds that exist in our universe.
But there are other worlds where magic, telepathy and other paranormal activity are quite normal.
The only way to take things back is to use the magic ball that will undo his spells.
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 sociology - Magic (paranormal)
Magic (from the Magi: Old Persian Magupati, Persian Mobed, Greek Μάγοι) or sorcery (from the French sorcierie) are terms referring to the influence of events and physical phenomenon through supernatural, mystical, or paranormal means.
Examples of the suppression of magical belief and practice range from the eradication of neighboring polytheistic tribes by the early Hebrews, to the attempted suppression and eventual appropriation of pagan holidays by the Catholic Church, to the mingled motives of the Conquistadors, to the Salem witch trials of the Puritans.
These magical forces are said to exist in addition to and alongside the four known forces of nature: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force.
www.aboutsociology.com /sociology/Magic   (4232 words)

  
 Magic (illusion)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Magic or conjuring is the art of entertaining an audience by performing illusions that baffle and amaze, often by giving the impression that something impossible has been achieved, almost as if the performer had magic or supernatural powers.
The purpose of a magic trick is to amuse and create a feeling of wonder; the audience is generally aware that the magic is performed using trickery, and derives enjoyment from the magician's skill and cunning.
One principle that underlies virtually all magic tricks is misdirection, which is the act of drawing the audience's attention to one location while, in another location, the magician performs a crucial manipulation undetected.
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 The Genii Forum: FS: Magic Books and Pamphlets
A detailed study of the tricks, routines, and effect of Newmann, a pioneer mentalist and magic historian of the lat 19th and early 20th centuries.
A very focused book on close up magic with thimbles, focusing first on basic moves, then on to more advanced sleight of hand tricks, including a discussion of special thimbles for tricks.
Voltaperformed and taught magic over 80 years, with a claim for the invention of over 500 magical effects.
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 Investigate UFO Secrets » Blog Archive » Paranormal cures-magic spells
It might be fashionable to scoff at the paranormal but it is only human to find that some people are turning to that very thing in order to find relief.
When compared to the services that these magic spells claim to provide, the prices are astonishingly cheap and it makes you wonder why there should be anyone unhappy at all on this planet when, but for the investment of a few dollars, any psychic can cure any problem.
To those who seriously believe in the power of a magic spell, this very number of coincidences is proof positive that the spells work.
investigate-ufo-secrets.com /paranormal-activity/paranormal-cures-magic-spells   (652 words)

  
 Magic (paranormal) - Wikipedia Light!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Magic or sorcery are terms referring to the alleged influencing of events and physical phenomena by supernatural, mystical, or paranormal means.
From the point of view of many established religions, for example Christianity, magic is often used as a pejorative term for Pagan rituals, with the implication that they involve sinful, blasphemous or idolatrous practices.
Sympathetic magic involves the use of images or physical objects which in some way resemble the person or thing one hopes to influence; the Voodoo dolls of "New Orleans Voodoo" are an example of this.
godseye.com /wiki/index.php?title=Sorcery   (4706 words)

  
 FAQ - alt.paranormal.spells.hexes.magic (Frequently Asked Questions)
Generally speaking, a magical spell is a formula that may involve spoken, written, or chanted words; symbolic enactments; candle burning; ritual baths; burning of incense; sprinkling of powders, salts, or dusts; and/or the manufacture and deployment of charms, amulets, or talismans.
For example, it is common in Mexico to invoke the financial aid of Saint Martin Caballero (a religious act) by means of a magical phrase ("citrum neuvo"), a thread-wrapped horseshoe, and a cloth bag filled with grains of wheat (a magical act).
In fact, magical practices -- especially those using simple objects from nature such as herbs and minerals -- are to be found in virtually every human culture, regardless of the type of deity worshipped.
www.talkaboutgaming.com /group/alt.magick/messages/481481.html   (4926 words)

  
 FAQ - alt.paranormal.spells.hexes.magic (Frequently Asked Questions)
For those interested in specific forms of magic that may or may not be attached to a given tradition, there are many newsgroups to which discussion can be taken if you wish to cooperate with newsgroup regulars.
Child of Fire (mailto:ladythella@juno.com) framed the question of how magic relates to relgion in terms of its "fit" with goddess-worshipping Wicca, when she asked: "I am not Wiccan (though two of my best friends are) but I do find the magics interesting.
A second set of spells to harm people, from various magical traditions, collected from usenet, is at http://www.luckymojo.com/spells/fl/hurtingspells.html 43 Summoning Demons and Making Infernal Pacts Collected usenet posts about demon-summoning and infernal pacts are in the alt.magick reference on summoning: http://www.luckymojo.com/altmagickfaq/summonspells.html.
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 sympathetic magic
The lines, shapes and patterns in entrails, stars, thrown dirt, folded paper, the palm of the hand (the longer the lifeline, the longer the life), etc., are believed to be magically connected to the empirical world--past, present and future.
Sympathetic magic is the basis for psychometry, the claim of psychic detectives that touching an item belonging to a victim gives magical contact with the victim.
Beyerstein also explains many notions of graphologists as little more than sympathetic magic, e.g., the notion that leaving wide spaces between letters indicates a proneness to isolation and loneliness because the wide spaces indicate someone who does not mix easily and is uncomfortable with closeness.
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 Amazon.com: Forbidden Magic: Books: Cheyenne McCray   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The ideas for my "Magic" series actually came from some research I was doing for my YA books that I write under a different pseudonym.
I finished "Forbidden Magic" and the book didn't live up to the glowing comments of the other authors on the front page of the book, not by a long shot, and those comments were the reason why I bought the book.
She works with the Paranormal Special Forces to bring down those who are practicing fl magic.
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 Bent spoons and magic -- Paranormal Secrets
The only way to understand how the illusion is performed is to do magic and be taught magic from other
And even then, known methods can be given a distinctive twist so that they can go right by you.
The only way to understand how the >illusion is performed is to do magic and be taught >magic from other >more experienced magicians.
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 Amazon.com: Dark Magic (Love Spell Paranormal Romance): Books: Christine Feehan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
They were masters of the darkness, searching through eternity for a mistress of the light...WOULD SHE FIND MAGIC Young Savannah Dubrinsky was a mistress of illusion, a world-famous magician capable of mesmerizing millions.
With a dark magic all his own, Gregori--the implacable hunter, the legendary healer, the most powerful of Carpathian males--whispered in Savannah's mind that he was her destiny.
I can't criticize Dark Magic for making Gregori, the hero, a controlling figure, because that is consistent with the Carpathian world.
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 alt.paranormal.spells.hexes.magic Frequently Asked Questions - Nephrites Citadel
the usage of "magic" for stage magic and "magick" for
magical practices that involve a congregation and worship
is in magical rites in general, considered world-wide.
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