Did You Know {182} ~ What’s The Difference Between Magic & Magick?

Magick is a term used to show and differentiate the occult from performance magic and is defined as “the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will”, including “mundane” acts of will as well as ritual magic.

4 thoughts on “Did You Know {182} ~ What’s The Difference Between Magic & Magick?”

  1. Magic is a concept
    with the
    who become a master
    about the unapproachable
    so named

    with entanglements
    of the body
    with singing
    and dance
    in the moonlit night
    with his students
    around a fire

    the occult remains occult
    the spell has nothing
    with scientific
    Aspects of the experience
    and the implementation
    to do with

    the want
    with a ritual
    with a spell
    the humans
    to change the world
    the worldly act of will
    in a bulk
    the crowd
    of believing people

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  2. Salam alaikum honey. Magick is spelt with a K for numerological reasons because K is the 11th number in the alphabet. 11 is the number for magick, as the 11th ‘hidden’ sphere in Kabbalah is ‘Daat’, meaning ‘knowledge’ in Hebrew. Remember, the Bible says the devil offered ‘knowledge’ from the Tree of Knowledge. Incidentally, the Quran mentions the name Iblees (devil’s name in Quran) 11 times. I have a hunch what 11 really refers to is 1 splitting from 1, meaning divorce. I think magick is about ‘divorce’, meaning splitting something from its original meaning, the internal from the external, like using a love spell to make the internal feeling of love separate from its true place and meaning. But I’m not an expert. k bye.

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