I'm part of the council of earna so I know what combat magick is and have practiced it. You yourself do not have to know it but at least some form of magick you might think could improve it. I'm open to your ideas but tell me in my mail system. I will not be harsh or unpleasant if you aren't. Thank you.
Under another name I was also part of that coven. If they are still talking about making bows and arrows out of chi, or knives. Also blasting green energy out of their finger tips on an astral level which is invisible to the naked eye; I would say you look elswhere for a non-fluffy coven.
When I was there they believed in warrior mages, and the end of the world and taught martial arts and parkour. I do know there are experienced members there, but they do attract a lot of fluff.
Mindrouge, you don't say very much on your profile.Not age, gender,location, experience, competence. You say you have been practising magic since you were seven years old? That doesn't mean very much if you are now 13 or 14!
Mindrouge the combat magick theory is incredibly pointless. I once attempted to create such a thing, and as I've said it was pointless. It did lead me into energy manipulation as that is the only theoretical way to make these things possible. But the possibilities stop at theory. Yes, you can surrond your hand in energy and even shoot concentrated energy at others. However it would have little to no effect at all. None of which will be physical in the span of time it would take for them to knock you out. The only effect it may have is on spirits. Thats where the theories true potential lies. If more metaphysical studies where done on using energy to repel or effectively "fight" spirits, I'd be quite interested to hear the outcome. But as for its whole physical approach, you are wasting your time and quite literally your energy on something you will fail at.
Re: Combat magick theories.
By: Ravnica May 14, 2014
Post # 7
If you view reiki as the healing of wounds, by law of physics it has to possess an opposite. Many Asian martial arts refer to this as a chi strike.
I refer to it as ikier [eye-keer] instead of chi strike. The term "chi" seems so mystic to me.
It is considered taboo but is rather easy to learn. I've taught more than 20 individuals about it and 4 how to do it in the past 6 months. It is effective on both EBPR's [spirits] and BPR [people, animals, ect] .
Though I have to ask why you would wish to learn such a skill. I mean no disrespect of course.