Draconic Magick

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Draconic Magick
Post # 1
I have been practicing Magick for about 6 months now.
I study the dark arts, Dragon Magick and incantations for all of said time.
With a focus on Dragon.
However I would go as far as to say that Dragon Magic is the most convoluted in fiction.
Therefore I have had some trouble finding accurate text on the subject.
Any help in any for would be greatly appreciated

I have a very strong connection to Dragons, one in particular.

Thanks in advance..
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Re: Draconic Magick
By: / Novice
Post # 2

The following link is written by Nekoshema which practices legitimate dragon magick:

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Re: Draconic Magick
By: / Beginner
Post # 3
Unfortunately if you are getting any of your info off the net, it will be majorly based on fiction concepts. Even some of the books out there on the topic are this way. My husband practiced dragon magick for years. He always said the best stuff to understand dragons is from old legends and mythology. Oberon Zell-Ravenheart Ravenheart has a good book on dragons and DJ Conway has some books on dragon magick but her books are a little fictional sounding but they are a good start.
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Re: Draconic Magick
By: / Novice
Post # 4

DJ Conway is a laughing stock to most people. I haven't read her book on dragon magic, but her book, Norse Magic, is largely regarded as frivolous and misleading in most communities of Norse Pagans.

The first thing to learn about "Dragon Magic" is that it's not a traditional faith or practice - it's often times a personal path that resonates with certain people and pulls from various sources associated with dragons. If you are practicing to that end, at least take the time to learn what each "dragon" (quotations because most associated dragons are actually translated as serpents or wyrms) was like and what they were involved with and what they were about in their original contexts.

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