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Etu Malku

Magic Magick Majiq
« on: September 01, 2018, 04:32:41 pm »
MAGIC

Etymology
From Middle English magyk, from Old French magique (noun and adjective), from Latin magicus (adjective), magica (noun use of feminine form of magicus), from Ancient Greek μαγικός (magikós, “magical”), from μάγος (mágos, “magus”). Ultimately from Old Iranian, probably derived from Proto-Indo-European *meh₂gh- (“to be able to, to help; power, sorcerer”). Displaced native Middle English dweomercraft (“magic, magic arts”) (from Old English dwimor (“phantom, illusion”) + cræft (“art”)), Old English galdorcræft (“magic, enchantment”), Old English drȳcræft (“magic, sorcery”).


Merriam-Webster

1 a : the use of means (such as charms or spells) believed to have supernatural power         over natural forces
   b : magic rites or incantations

2 a : an extraordinary power or influence seemingly from a supernatural source
   b : something that seems to cast a spell : enchantment

3 : the art of producing illusions by sleight of hand


Oxford

1The power of apparently influencing events by using mysterious or supernatural forces.

1.1 Mysterious tricks, such as making things disappear and reappear, performed as entertainment.

1.2 A quality of being beautiful and delightful in a way that seems remote from daily life.

1.3 Exceptional skill or talent.


MAGICK

Merriam-Webster
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Oxford
magick
noun
    archaic spelling of magic

Aleister Crowley
"Magick is the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will."

Frater U.:. D.:.
“Magic is the Science and Art of causing Change, on a material as well as a spiritual level, to occur in conformity with Will by altered states of consciousness."

Robert Anton Wilson
"Magick is just the art of changing the focus of consciousness at will."

Michelle Belanger
"Magick is the practice of imposing one’s will upon reality in order to create change. The changes created by magick can take place in the outside world, but the most potent changes occur inside the self – changing attitudes, expanding abilities, pushing accepted limits – all through the exercise of willpower."

Michael W. Ford
"To ascend and Become. In a Luciferian sense, Magick is to strengthen, develop and initiate the self through balanced forms of Willed Change."

Dr. Michael A. Aquino
"Lesser Black Magic (LBM) is the influencing of beings, processes, or objects in the objective universe by the application of obscure physical or behavioral laws."

"Greater Black Magic (GBM) is the causing of change to occur in the subjective universe in accordance with the will. This change in the subjective universe may cause a similar and proportionate change in the objective universe."

Anton LaVey
"the change in situations or events in accordance with one's will, which would, using normally accepted methods, be unchangeable."


MAJIQ

The word Majiq is used to encompass all theories and practices as they are applied to the
attainment of Mercurius Consciousness. Here is presented the theory of Majiq as it is understood in the Herald of the Dawn.

"The imagination is not a State: it is the Human existence itself. Everything that
is possible to be believed is an image of the truth"
- William Blake

Affect means to influence something
Effect means a change has occurred in something
MAJIQ is Affect/Effect = Æ

Majiq is the consciously directed alteration of one's environment through obscure means, or the apprehension of the  Forms/Principles of the universe in order to experience Mercurius Consciousness.


Magickal Thought

Delusional
magical thinking bears a strong resemblance to neuroses

Associative
A magician is an early form of a scientist who merely lacks adequate data
the magician’s folly is in mistaking an ideal connection for a real one; the magician believes that thematically-linked items can influence one another by virtue of their similarity

Placebo Effect
Magic as a course of action taken when there exists an emotional (psychological) need for action, but no practical option exists
if the emotional situation proves common enough, the response becomes a socially-codified norm which outsiders understand as magic and which Marett labels “developed magic”  - Voodoo - mental functions exert power over our bodies

Interconnectivity
Other theories propose that magic is effective because symbols are able to change internal psycho-physical states. They claim that the act of expressing a certain anxiety or desire is reparative in itself.
magical consciousness" or the "magical experience." He explains that it is based upon "the awareness of the interrelatedness of all things in the world by means of simple but refined sense perception

Child's Mind
Magical thinking is most dominantly present in children between age 2 to 7 years old. During this age, children strongly believe that their personal thought has a direct effect on the rest of the world.

Schizotypy
In psychology, schizotypy is a theory stating that there is a continuum of personality characteristics and experiences ranging from normal dissociative, imaginative states to more extreme states related to psychosis and in particular, schizophrenia

The word 'abracadabra' is a mystery, some scholars have placed its meaning from the Aramaic 'avra kedabra' translating to "I Create as I Speak".

The idea is that something is created from nothing when uttered and this is the basis for Majiq and particularly high vibrational magick known as Heka. The uttered word can be a barrier preventing us from the mysteries of Leviathan, and it also can be the gateway to Ir Shti Shta-tu (seek the mysteries).

We assign meaning to the objective universe through each of our subjective universes, which are a collection of experiences from which we distribute labels to things. We experience everything in the foundation as a symbol/code.

IAMTHATIAMNOT