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Maybe Your Wrong?
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Post # 1
I am a big fan of the, "nothing is impossible", concept. However, from my studies there is no scientific explanation for any of the info on this site. If it cannot be proven, then logically, it does not exist. There is evidence to support that it does not exist. Richard Dawkins has been known to say that the human mind is capable of believing its own hallucinations. This is the case with those that say they have "felt the presence of god".

Please, i beg you. Do not take this as an attack. I am simply curious as to if any of you can back up your "magick" with scientific findings?
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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
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Post # 2
literally, these things come up all the time.
they said it was impossible for man to fly, yet so many people commute by air.these "impossibilities" are simply obstacles the majority has yet to overcome. and last time checked, the scientific community doesn't acknowledge magic as real
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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
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Post # 3
Being an atheist, I can tell you there is no scientific evidence for anything supernatural and the possibility of a deity is impossible. Science has disproved and replaced religion.
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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 4
Religion cannot be "proved" or "disproved". It is a belief! How do you "prove" a belief?
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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
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Post # 5
ah but thats the thing, religion was never brought up. just the "impossibility" of magic. you're right though. religion is blind faith (belief) and just another paradigm that needs be broken.

now, agnostic, instead of being a nay-sayer or a closed mind, be a skeptic and do your own experiments. magic is an art and a science. and im sure you can appreciate a science right? and if one method doesnt work, try another.
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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
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Post # 6
r u serious!!!!
you come on here, a site full of witches & spritual people and tells us that there is no 'evidence' of magick!!!!! OMG what a waste of time...
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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
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Post # 7
Magick is largely experiential. Experience cannot be proven.
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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
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Post # 8
Nothing can be proven, things adapt, things change. Science from about a hundred years ago could have been completely dis-proven Today!

Science is always changing because things always change, evolution is going on around us.

At one point, the height of science was that the world was flat!

Or a simple quote "What hasn't been proven today, could be proven tomorrow." That was from a book i read, titled "Witches and modern day wicca" It was only like 30 pages but it was good.

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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
By: / Beginner
Post # 9
If you go deeper into research some paranormal "stuff" HAS been proven by science. I hate to say it but I've read articles about scientists finding proof of Christianity. But I wouldn't go into that subject. Christainity is so corrupt. Blessed be!
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Re: Maybe Your Wrong?
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Post # 10
Look up Lynne McTaggert and Noetic Science. I highly recommend the book, The Field. There is your scientific evidence. Also, Dan Brown's novel, The Lost Symbol (one chapter in particular), reveals that many, many scientific theories were part of ancient religious beliefs. The reason why nobody has heard of this is because a majority of scientists hate religion, since it has had a history of repressing science and preventing the human race from progressing. However, recent discoveries have revealed that, in fact, magic does exist, there's some actual evidence that God exists, the soul has a measurable mass, and that faith/energy healing works through a biological process. The Big Bang Theory was originally proposed by a Catholic priest before Edwin Hubble found the evidence. Issac Newton was even known for studying astrology and the occult.
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