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Dragon magick..dose it?
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Dose dragon magick excist?
This is kind of new to me,because i have never herd of such thing as dragon magick.
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Re: Dragon magick..dose it?
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Yes Dragon Magick does exist. Not as widely popular as many other paths, as it is a practice not a religion like Wicca. Its roots have been traced as far back as the Siberian Druids. And believed to have started with that group.

It's basic definition is working with the dragons on the spiritual plane of existence to aid you with your magickal endeavors. Meaning your make contact and have them become co-magicians with you. A good understanding and ability in meditation is needed and most will suggest that you definitely have your magick basics down before attempting to learn and practice Dragon Magick.

But the practice is very much real and alive.
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Re: Dragon magick..dose it?
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well i clearly disagree that wicca is a relgion it is a spiritual nature path and anything nature is spiritual to begin with, it is connecting with the essence of life which derived from original nature worship practices since ancient egypt
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Re: Dragon magick..dose it?
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Wicca is recognized (at least in the U.S) as an organized religion and thus protected by the constitution and various laws.
It has rules, guidelines, set practices, ect. of any other organized "path" and so it is a religion.

While you may disagree with the semantics of path and religion, to take away the terminology is taking away a lot of rights that were fought to be protected.

Sorry to add on to something that has nothing to do with the original topic, just had to throw in my two cents.
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