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  #1 Free Magick Course
This is not just another introduction into "magick" nor has it much to do with the run off the mill book of "magick" where you find at first some talk about spirituality of magick, then somewhere between pages 10 and 20 the tree of life, then elaborate descriptions of rituals and so on.
Equaling magick with the tree of life or any other outcropping of religious creeds would mean to falsely identify the map with the territory.
The magickal systems that have their roots in the tree of life have been useful and still are useful.
www.magickcourse.com   (2784 words)

  
  magick
Magick is the alleged art and science of causing change in accordance with the will by non-physical means.
Magick is associated with all kinds of paranormal and occult phenomena, including but not limited to: ESP, astral projection, psychic healing, the cabala, and chakras.
Magick uses various symbols, such as the pentagram, as well as a variety of symbolic ritual behaviors aimed at achieving powers which allow one to contravene the laws of physics, chemistry, etc. Magick should not be confused with magic, which is the art of conjuring and legerdemain.
skepdic.com /magick.html   (625 words)

  
  magick
Magick is the alleged art and science of causing change in accordance with the will by non-physical means.
Magick is associated with all kinds of paranormal and occult phenomena, including but not limited to: ESP, astral projection, psychic healing, the cabala, and chakras.
Magick uses various symbols, such as the pentagram, as well as a variety of symbolic ritual behaviors aimed at achieving powers which allow one to contravene the laws of physics, chemistry, etc. Magick should not be confused with magic, which is the art of conjuring and legerdemain.
www.skepdic.com /magick.html   (625 words)

  
  magick
Magick is used to affect the microcosm, or alter a practitioner's inner being.
Magick, indeed, can be spiritual, and used to better (or not) one's inner being, assist us in achieving a higher existence, evolve spiritually, and possibly evolve psychically, mentally, physically, etc., as a result.
Divination is magick, casting the circle and celebrating a season is magick, reciting a poem to honor the deities is magick.
www.geocities.com /astraeaaradia/magick.html   (2356 words)

  
 Search The Llewellyn Encyclopedia and Glossary: Magick
We need to make the definition of magick a bit longer: Magick is the science and art of causing change (in consciousness) to occur in conformity with will, using means not currently understood by traditional Western science.
Magick: The actions of many consciousnesses voluntarily working together within an aware and interconnected universe to bring about one or more desired results.
Magick: According to the famous occultist Aleister Crowley, magick is "the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will."...
www.llewellynencyclopedia.com /term/Magick   (356 words)

  
 WiccaNet - The Home of Magick on the Web
Magick (the occult kind, spelled with a 'k') is one of the oldest and most general of these systems.
Magick is the study and application of psychic forces.
Magick is an adventure at the borderlands of the unknown.
wiccanet.com /magick/index2.shtml   (689 words)

  
 Glade of Magick
Magick is something that people have done for thousands of years, a natural use of those senses we have in addition to the 5 physical ones that we all posses.
Magick is the actual direction and application of energy using psychic forces, willpower, positive reinforcement (the power of positive thinking) to bring about change in a specified manner.
To differentiate between what we know as Magick (that of using our powers to cause an effect in the physical realm) and what the general public consider is Magic (that of the Stage Magician who performs pure illusion for entertainment only).
homepage.ntlworld.com /spiritwolf/glade_of_magick.htm   (1186 words)

  
 Magick
Magick, spelled with a "k," is the use of rituals, chants, ceremonies, and affirmations designed to give the individual control of the supernatural forces that manipulate the universe.
The basic concept of the Abramelin school of magick as determined by MacGregor Mathers in his translation of the French manuscript dictates that the letters in the squares must form the word that represents the desired object and must read the same in all directions.
In the earliest of societies, the practitioner of white magick was the shaman, the medicine man, the herbalist—the individual sought out by the village when it was necessary to receive a proper potion to dissolve an illness or a proper charm to drive away an evil spirit.
www.unexplainedstuff.com /Magic-and-Sorcery/Magick.html   (3519 words)

  
 Magick - Uncyclopedia
Those who have a full mastery of magick are easily identified by their ability to trick people into joining expensive religious movements, by their hooded ckloaks, and their tendencky to be avoided by squirrels.
Magickal persons also are ckonstantly surrounded (and mostly blinded) by the Aurora Borealis, which is the Goddess's way of ckounterackting their awesome powers.
Magick should never be ckonfused with magic; the additional 'k' signifies that the speaker is using the word in a purely facketious manner.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Magick   (325 words)

  
 Magick Whispers - Different Paths
Magick is the art of effecting change through an external and supernormal force.
Man's awareness of magick and his efforts to use it to enhance his place in his environment are ancient and universal and have been a part of all religious systems.
The earliest evidence of magick dates from cave paintings of the Paleolithic Age, some of which suggest that magick rituals were employed to secure successful hunts.
magick-whispers.com /magick.htm   (418 words)

  
 By Strix d
Magick in itself is neither fl nor white, however its practitioners often fall in one category or the other.
Black magick is magick used to bend events toward bettering self-interests and to influence others in manipulative, controlling ways, usually without their permission.
Representational magick is the use of a personal item, such as a lock of hair or a fingernail clipping to represent the person for whom the spell is cast.
www.wiccasources.netfirms.com /magick.htm   (3376 words)

  
 Chaos Magick
Visual Magick by Jan Fries is an excellent introduction to the forms of freestyle shamanism most chaos magicians practise, while Practical Sigil Magick by Frater U.D. is one of the most accessible analyses of the most commonly used technique in chaos magick - sigilizing.
Chaos magick is a form of ceremonial magick, a spiritual discipline as old or older than religion, in which ritual is used to develop states of consciousness of sufficient power to bring about changes within the psyche of the magician or in the universe outside.
Chaos magick, rejecting the traditional discrimination of magick into white, grey, and fl, is a highly individualistic approach to the interplay between ethics and personal will.
members.aol.com /zcluster/Pages/zchaos.html   (429 words)

  
 Magick: An Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Magick has nothing to do with the "supernatural." Magick is simply the art of getting results (Margot Adler).
Magick is a process in which Wiccans work in harmony with universal power (Divine power) as well as personal and Earth energies to improve our lives and lend energy to the Earth.
Magick is a method whereby the individual takes control of their life (Scott Cunningham).
www.bewitchingways.com /wicca/magick.htm   (645 words)

  
 Magick - Free Encyclopedia of Thelema
Magick is not capable of producing "miracles" or violating the physical laws of the universe (i.e.
Aleister Crowley saw magick as the essential method for a person to reach true understanding of the self and to act according to one's True Will.
Crowley stated that magick that did not have one of these goals as its aim was 'Black Magick' and should be avoided.
www.egnu.org /thelema/index.php/Magick   (663 words)

  
 Magick
Magick for luck and good fortune is always considered fair, if you back it up by contributing as much of your daily efforts as possible to your goals.
Raymond Buckland is emphatic that magick in the Wiccan religion is secondary to the practice of Wicca as a religion.
Magick with others can greatly magnify the effects of the combined energy, yet some of the most powerful rituals I have ever had were solitary.
www.meta-religion.com /Esoterism/Magick/magick.htm   (11103 words)

  
 Chaos Magick
Chaos Magick focuses on the mechanism of belief, and suggests that the process of belief rather than the object of belief is the critical element in magick.
Chaos Magick is self-annihilating, bearing commonality with the crazy wisdom of the fringe elements of the nyingmapa school of Tibetan Buddhism, with the mad monks of Zen Buddhism, and with the theoretical structures of Nagarjuna and the Madhyamaka schools of Buddhism.
Chaos Magick is concerned with developing magick that works, rituals that have specific effects, that create change in conformity with the will of the chaos magician, that are testable and can be replicated, that affect the Chaos Magician's deep self in sometimes catastrophic ways, that are non-judgmental, non- hierarchical and devious.
www.meta-religion.com /Esoterism/Magick/Chaos_magick/chaos_magick.htm   (1331 words)

  
 Universal Magick --
In a group, society, culture or religion where adherence to the consensus reality is limited to empirical data only, magick and the practice of the occult arts with their corresponding gifts and abilities can not flourish.
The "Magickal Illusion of Reality" will enable the practitioner to accomplish easily that which someone else who is either doubting or unsure will have great difficulty accomplishing.
This magickal illusion is then reinforced time and again through positive experience until the witch or shaman is absolutely sure of their abilities.
www.shamans-cave.com /Universal_Magick.html   (2064 words)

  
 Magick - What Is Magick?
The Magick I am discussing and relaying to you is not the stereotypical "supernatural", "witchcraft" or "slight of hand stage" magick.
Magick is living in balance with the flow of life, and knowing that you are a vital force within that flow.
Magick is the mystery that lies in the secret soul of the world.
www.angelfire.com /realm2/amethystbt/magick.html   (635 words)

  
 Solemnus' Magick Page
It may be interesting to note that not all of them even view their spirituality from the same religion as mine, and yet this style of magick nonetheless deepens their spiritual resolve.
Thousands of years later, we find magick in Hebrew Mysticism, The rites of the Roman Catholic Church, and in many of the religions and practices found in what can be collectively referred to as Folk Traditions.
In recent years, there has been a resurgence in the interest in magick by the common folk, and not coincidentally, in many of the folk traditions which have quietly coexisted with Judaism and Christianity for thousands of years.
www.solemnus.org /magick.htm   (1937 words)

  
 Alt.Magick FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The general viewpoint in alt.magick is to try for a dogma-free approach to magick, which precludes a lot of religious discussion, although we draw religious and mystical vocabulary in *all* the time, since we are too short-lived to reinvent all the symbols in the world.
Magick can also be defined as any of a variety of life-practices which devote the practitioner to self- and (thereby) environment- transformation.
In one well-respected tradition, the goal of magick can be considered the union of the magician with the divine, the raising of the human consciousness unto the higher consciousness.
www.asiya.org /altmagickfaq   (5051 words)

  
 Sacred Magick: The Esoteric Library
Techniques of High Magick: A Handbook of Divination, Alchemy, and the Evocation of Spirits (185 pages) This complete beginner's guide enables you to understand and harness the mysterious forces of nature, while providing tools for self-initiation into ancient and secret traditions of ceremonial magic.
Their purpose is to illustrate the use of magick to resolve situations effectively, which is the result of the incorporation of magick, requisite skills, and their usage into one’s daily life.
The goal is to promote understanding of the role of magick as both a tool and as a method of spiritual enrichment, though the material presented within is a magical system primarily concerned with results and situation resolution.
www.sacred-magick.com   (3889 words)

  
 An introduction to various types of magick
White magick is characterized by rites and spells designed to produce beneficial effects for the community or individual, particularly in those cases where an illness is considered to be the result of evil demons or of fl magick.
Low Magick is more properly called Sympathetic Magick, because it operates by an object or device being in sympathy with the person at whom the magick force is directed, through a physical, psychic or symbolic link.
All forms of magick and magickal thought can and should be at the disposal of a true witch, with only the individual witch's ethics limiting their uses.
www.magick-search.uuuu.ch /magick.html   (945 words)

  
 #1 Free Magick Course
This is not just another introduction into "magick" nor has it much to do with the run off the mill book of "magick" where you find at first some talk about spirituality of magick, then somewhere between pages 10 and 20 the tree of life, then elaborate descriptions of rituals and so on.
Equaling magick with the tree of life or any other outcropping of religious creeds would mean to falsely identify the map with the territory.
The magickal systems that have their roots in the tree of life have been useful and still are useful.
www.magickcourse.com /mag1.html   (2699 words)

  
 Intelligent Magick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Contains a large magickal library, an occult directory, a NEW podcast featuring listener questions, extended info on the four elements, Sabbats, Thelema, Tarot, magickal techniques, rituals, correspondences, commentaries, and much more.
Magick and occult methods for transforming gender and transgendered; mystical techniques for gender reassignment.
It is a "ceremonial magick" ritual with a Qabbalistic analysis in the tradition of the Golden Dawn, the Ordo Templi Orientis, and the writings of Aleister Crowley and his contemporaries.
o.webring.com /hub?ring=intelligentmagi1   (652 words)

  
 Magick!
Magick is sometimes spelled with a K in Wicca and Witchcraft to separate it from the magician-clown magic of pulling rabbits out of hats and stuff like that.
PROTECTION MAGICK- The first thing you must remember about protection magick is that magick will not protect you unless you protect yourself in the Mundane world.
PROSPERITY MAGICK- There are not too many rules about Prosperity magick,but like all other types of magick you should follow them in order for it to work.
arianwitch.tripod.com /thepurpleraven/id4.html   (481 words)

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