Treasury of witchcraft By Harry E Wedeck

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BLACK AND WHITE MAGIC EFFECTS ON INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITIES

“Goe, and catche a falling star, Get with child a mandrake root. Tell me, where all past yeares are Or who cleft the Devil’s foot.

The terms magic has, through the ages appliest such varied connotations, by means of accretions and undertones of implications and extensions of reference and adaptations that izanary dolláition inclusive.

In a rigid sease, magic signifies the operations of placements in an explicable manner. Such operations encourage.

The belief that the magic act is attributable to ob sure forces without Laman control or to these same obscure forces subjected by esoteric devices, to human education.

Some demographers assert distinctions between magic and witchcraft.

They make formal classifications into retail screberuft and operative witchcraft as Dr. Margaret Murray does Again they break down the Black Arts into wizardry and necromancy.

Divination and soothsaying as if these were completely isolated and disparate branches. Such categories have their use, of course, in organizing the vast material of magic.

But they all belong to witchcraft, or magic, or gouty, or thaumaturgy which are merely semantically distinctive but not generically different facets of one basically identical operation.

For they are, in essence, variant phases, different approaches, techniques, or manifestations of one fundamental concept common to all the variants, that the normally accepted laws of nature can be subdued or transcended.

Fundamentally, magic is the imposition of the human will on the phenomena of nature and that imposition extends, in the actual practice of Black Magie.

Into a conflict between two farces, one beneficent, the other malefic: constantly at war, over the entire cosmos.

That was the primary concept of the ancient cult of the Manicheans, of the equally mystic cult of Zoroaster. The medieval demonographer.

Martin Delrio, in his Disquisitionum Magicarum Libri Sex, gives a succinct and essentially similar definition of magic.

AuthorHarry E Wedeck
LanguageEnglish
Pages386
PDF Size12.7 MB
CategoryLiterature

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