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Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded times. We already checked that the download link to be safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus. Program Details. Thus amongst certain American-Indian tribes we find a force called Orenda or spiritforce. Amongst the ancient Peruvians, everything sacred was huaca and possessed of magical power.
In Melanesia, we find a force spoken of called mana, transmissible and contagious, which may be seen in the form of flames or even heard. The Malays use the word hramat to signify the same thing; and the Malagasy the term hasma. Some of the tribes round Lake Tanganyika believe in such a force, which they call ngai. Theories of the Origin of Magic.
This last theory is, of course, in itself, merely animistic. It does not seem, however, that writers on the subject have given sufficient attention to the great influence exerted - l 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 on the mind of man by odd or peculiar occurrences.
We do not for a moment desire to advance the hypothesis that magic entirely originated from such a source, but we believe that it was a powerful factor in the growth of magical belief. To which, too, animism and taboo contributed their quota.
The cult of the dead too and their worship would soon become fused with magical practice, and? The Dynamics of Magic. It possesses many classes of practitioner; as, for example, the diviner or augur, whose duties are entirely different from those of the witch-doctor. Chief among these laws, as has been already hinted, is that of sympathy, which, as has been said, must inevitably be sub-divided into the laws of similarity, contiguity and antipathy. The law of similarity and homeopathy is again divisible into two sections: 1 — the assumption that like produces like — an illustration of which is the destruction of a model in the form of an enemy; and 2 — the idea that like cures like — for instance, that the stone called the bloodstone can staunch the flow of.
The law dealing with antipathy rests on the assumption that the application of a certain object or drug expels its contrary.
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There remains contiguity, which is based on the concept that whatever has once formed part of an object continues to form part of it. Thus if a magician can obtain a portion of a person's hair, he can work woe upon him through the invisible bonds which are supposed to extend between him and the hair in the sorcerer's possession. It is well-known that if the animal familiar of a witch be wounded, that the wound will react in a sympathetic manner on the witch herself.
This is called " repercussion.
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This, of course, arose from the idea that the name of an individual was identical with himself. The doctrine of the Incommunicable Name, the hidden name of the god or magician, is well instanced by many legends in Egyptian history, — the deity usually taking extraordinary care to keep his name secret, in order that no one might gain power over him. The spell or incantation is connected with this. Gesture is often symbolic or sympathetic; it is sometimes the reversal of a religious rite, such as marching against the sun, which is known as walking " widdershins.
Archaic or foreign expressions are usually found in spells ancient and modern; and the tone in which the incantation is spoken, no less than its exactness, is also important. To secure exactness rhythm was often employed, which had the effect of aiding memory. The Magician.
In savage life we find the shaman a good deal of a medium, for instead of summoning the powers of the air at his bidding as did the magicians of mediaeval days, he seems to find it necessary to throw himself into a state of trance and seek them in their own sphere. The magician is also often regarded as possessed by an animal or supernatural being.
The duties of the priest and magician are often combined in primitive society, but it cannot be too strongly asserted that where a religion has been superseded, the priests of the old cult are, for those who - 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 have taken their places, nothing but magicians.
We do not hear much of beneficent magic among savage peoples, and it is only in Europe that White Magic may be said to have gained any hold.
Mcdiaval Definition of Magic. For example Eliphas Levi says in his History of Magic: "Magic combines in a single science that which is most certain in philosophy with that which is eternal and infallible in religion. It reconciles perfectly and incontestably those two terms so opposed on the first view — faith and reason, science and belief, authority and liberty.
It furnishes the human mind with an instrument of philosophical and religious certainty, as exact as mathematics, and even accounting for the infallibility of mathematics themselves There is an incontestable truth, and there is an infallible method of knowing that truth; while those who attain this knowledge and adopt it as a rule of life, can endow their life with a sovereign power, which can make them masters of all inferior things, of wandering spirits, or in other words, arbiters and kings of the world.
No armour shields against magic for it strikes at the inward spirit of life. Of this we may rest assured, that through full and powerful imagination only can we bring the spirit of any man into an image. No conjuration, no rites are needful; circle-making and the scattering of incense are mere humbug and jugglery.
The human spirit is so great a thing that no man can express it; eternal and unchangeable as God Himself is the mind of man; and could we rightly comprehend the mind of man, nothing would be impossible to us upon the earth. Through faith the imagination is invigorated and completed, for it really happens that every doubt mars its perfection.
Faith must strengthen imagination, for faith establishes the will. Because man did not perfectly believe and imagine, the result is that arts are uncertain when they might be wholly certain. Modern Magic: With the death of Agrippa in the old school of magicians may be said to have ended. But that is not to say that the traditions of magic were not handed on to others who were equally capable of preserving them. We must carefully discriminate at this juncture between those practitioners of magic whose minds were illuminated by a high mystical ideal, and persons of doubtful occult position, like the Comte de Saint-Germain and others.
At the beginning of the seventeenth century we find many great alchemists in practice, who were also devoted to the researches of transcendental magic, which they carefully and successfully concealed under the veil of hermetic experiment.
The eighteenth century was rich in occult personalities, as for example the alchemist Lascaris q. Martines de Pasquatly, and Louis de SaintMartin q. After this magic merges for the moment into mesmerism, and many of the secret magical societies which abounded in Europe about this period practised animal magnetism as well as astrology, Kabalism and ceremonial magic.
Indeed mesmerism powerfully - 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 influenced mystic life in the time of its chief protagonist, and the mesmerists of the first era are in direct line with the Martinist and the mystical magicians of the late eighteenth century.
Indeed mysticism and magnetism are one and the same thing, in the persons of some of these occultists See Secret Tradition the most celebrated of which were Cazottc, Ganneau, Comte, Wronski, Du Potet, Hennequin, Comte d'Ourches, and Baron de Guldenstubb6, and last of the initiates known to us, Eliphas Levi all of which see. That Black Magic and sorcery are still practised is a well-known fact, which requires no amplification in this place See Devil Worship : but what of that higher magic which has, at least in modern times, attracted so many gifted minds?
We cannot say that the true line of magical adepts ended with Levi, as at no time in the world's history are these known to the vulgar; but we may be certain that the great art is practised in secret as sedulously as ever in the past, and that men of temperament as exalted as in the case of the magacians of older days still privately pursue that art, which, like its sister religion, is none the less celestial because it has been evolved from lowly origins in the mind of man, whose spirit with the march of time reflects ever more strongly the light of heaven, as the sea at first dimly reddened by the dawn, at length mirrors the whole splendour of day.
Magic Darts: The Laplanders, who passed at one time for great magicians, were said to launch lead darts, about a finger-length, against their absent enemies, believing that with the magic darts they were sending grevious pains and maladies.
See Magic. Magic Squares: See Abraham the Jew.
Magical Diagrams: These were geometrical designs, representing the mysteries of deity and creation, therefore, supposed to be of special virtue in rites of evocation and conjuration.
The chief of these were the Triangle, the Double Triangle, forming a six -pointed star and known as the Sign or Seal of Solomon; the Tetragram a four-pointed star formed by the interlacement of two pillars; and the Pentagram, a five-pointed star.
These signs were traced on paper or parchment, or engraved on metals and glass and consecrated to their various uses by special rites. The Triangle was based on the idea of trinity as found in all things, in deity, time and creation.
The triangle was generally traced on the ground with the magic sword or rod, as in circles of evocation where the triangle was drawn within it and according to the position of the magician at its point or base so the spirits were conjured from heaven or hell. The Double Triangle, the Sign of Solomon, symbolic of the Macrocosm, was formed by the interlacement of two triangles, thus its points constituted the perfect number six.
The magicians - 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 wore it, bound on their brows and breasts during the ceremonies and it was engraved on the silver reservoir of the magic lamp.
The Tetragram was symbolic of the four elements and used in the conjuration of the elementary spirits — sylphs of the air, undines of the water, the fire salamanders and gnomes of the earth. In alchemy it represented the magical elements, salt, sulphur, mercury and azoth; in mystic philosophy the ideas Spirit, Matter, Motion and Rest; in hieroglyphs the man, eagle, lion and bull.
It may represent evil as well as good, for while with one point in the ascendant it was the sign of Christ, with two points in the ascendant it was the sign of Satan. By the use of the pentagram in these positions the powers of light or darkness were evoked.
The pentagram was said to be the star which led the Magi to the manger where the infant Christ was laid.
The preparation and consecration of this sign for use in magical rites is prescribed with great detail. It might be composed of seven metals, the ideal form for its expression; or traced in pure gold upon white marble, never before used for any purpose. It might also be drawn with vermilion upon lambskin without a blemish prepared under the auspices of tho Sun.
The sign was next consecrated with the four elements; breathed on five times; dried by the smoke of five perfumes, incense, myrrh, aloes, sulphur and camphor. The names of five genii were breathed above it, and then the sign was placed successively at the north, south, east and west and centre of the astronomical cross pronouncing the letters of the sacred tetragram and various Kabalistic names.
It was believed to be of great efficacy in terrifying phantoms if engraved upon glass, and the magicians traced it on their doorsteps to prevent evil spirits from entering and the good from departing.
This symbol has been used by all secret and occult societies, by the Rosicrucians, the Illuminati, down to the Freemasons of to-day. Modern Occultists translate the meaning of the pentagram as symbolic of the human soul and its relation to God.
The symbol is placed with one point in the ascendant. That point represents the Great Spirit, God. A line drawn from there to the left-hand angle at base is the descent of spirit into matter in its lowest form, whence it ascends to right-hand angle typifying matter in its highest form, the brain of man. From here a line is drawn across the figure to left angle representing man's development in intellect, and progress in material civilization, the point of danger, from which all nations have fallen into moral corruption, signified by the descent of the line to right angle at base.
But the soul of man being derived from God cannot remain at this point, but must struggle upward, as is symbolised by the line reaching again to the apex, God, whence it issued.
Magical Instruments and Accessories : In magical rites these were considered of the utmost importance. The altar might be of wood or stone, but if of the latter, then of stone that has never been worked or hewn or even touched by the hammer.
T he chalice might be of different metals, symbolic of the object of the rites. Where the purpose was evil, a black chalice was used as in the profane masses of sorcerers and witches.Developing new concepts and methods comes easily to you, and you must capitalize on this talent.
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