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The introduction of magic
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Hello :) moonrays here and im going to write about the introduction towards magick! I myself was wondering this and i thought maybe someone else on here did! so here it is and enjoy!

White magick and witchcraft are both sources or your positivity, healing ones and wisdom. Like Native American spirituality, to which witchcraft is considered akin, the practice of magick is based on ones belief that all life is sacred and connected in an unbroken and undisturbed circle.

Our inner selves, our souls/spirits, are influenced by the cycles of the sun, the moon, the stars and all other natural worlds on a certain level. We can probably draw down their energies into ourselves to amplify and use as our own. This is like tapping into cosmic energies rather then having to recharge our own, which take some time.
It is an energy that we can find in every aspect of ourselves.

NOTE* It is said that magick has no color, so just keep that in mind ;)

That was just so inspiring ^_^ so there you have it :) the very introduction to magick and ourselves....quite beautiful if i may add ^_^ blessed be!
-Moonrays138

P.S you get the drill :) please comment!
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Re: The introduction of magic
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Post # 2
Ok... I finally found where you are getting all your information from. Whether or not it comes from an App on your phone does not matter.

The information you are paraphrasing comes from "A Practical Guide to Witchcraft and Magic Spells" By Cassandra Eason.

Since you still seem to not grasp what plagiarism is, I've made it very simple for you. From now on, all you have to do is finish your posts with "taken from...." and put the book and author.

It will keep our forums clean of continuously plagiarized work.
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Re: The introduction of magic
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Post # 3
well said RashnuX
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