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magick vs. sorrcere
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What is the. Difference between magick and sorrcere (spelled that wrong ) if there is one
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Re: magick vs. sorrcere
By: / Beginner
Post # 2
I'm assuming you mean sorcery. There's no difference really. It's still magick.

The thing is, sorcery is more of the "dark arts."

There are lots of sub-classes (so to say) that fit under magick. There's the witch, wizard, necromancer, etc. It's just that they practice different forms of magick.
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Re: magick vs. sorrcere
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This thread has been moved to Misc Topics from Introduce Yourself.
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Re: magick vs. sorrcere
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they mean the same thing but different cultures
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Re: magick vs. sorrcere
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According to franz bardon a magician is someone who practices magic with the appropriate magical training, and a sorcerer is someone who practices magic with little to no magical training. He also goes on to explain that sorcerers will fall prey to the demonic, use magic for only selfish purposes. While the magician does not fall prey to the temptations of the demonic can command all spirits, does not use magic for selfish reasons, and follows divine ordinance. But the training required to become a proper magician according to Bardon is so meticulus that we would all be considered sorcerers. But the definitioms vary according to cultures. Both use magic.
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