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“Just write,” is what I keep telling myself. Like most solo practitioners, I’m intensely guarded about my practice. It’s understandably so, especially where religion’s intolerant beliefs are interwoven into the very identifying fabric of a practitioners culture.
At a certain point though, running solo becomes tedious. Quality information and discussion is hard to come by. After years of searching, I’ve still not found information about the type of magic I practice.
Which drives home the point of this blog. I have a different sense of magic that I want to bring to the world, and if others have similar ideas to mine then I am hoping to find those people. I also feel the need to start giving back to the magical community. I’ve spent countless hours siphoning off other’s hard work without much regard, which at the time suited my needs. Now it is high time I give back.
In the end, I’m hoping that you will find the information contained within these posts useful. With any luck you will have the urge to discuss your feelings, ideas or disagreements with myself and others who might post to this site.
A little about my practice: I take a non-deific approach to magic, that is measurable and tangible. If one’s intent is to manipulate a specific thread of reality through magic then the outcome needs to be seen and measured for results. I’m not into the New Age movement nor do I subscribe to the tenants of any system of magic such as Wiccanism, Satanism or Jewish Mysticism. I find the rigidity and dogma of most systems to be off-putting.
An important fact about myself: I’m heavily dyslexic. My dyslexia has no doubt been the genius behind many o-spell, but what it hasn’t helped me with is actual spelling! (Get it?!? Spell…Spelling? It also hasn’t helped with my humor…) If you notice any of my more imaginative ways of butchering the English language, please, help a brother out and let me know of my latest blunder.
What you can expect to find on this site: I feel that many sites on magic tend to pack a lot of filler but no actual meat! Finding sites that discuss practical application that isn’t some strange mut of the Key of Solomon is hard to come by. Instead, I intend to write about common and some not so common practices that people can do to help develop their magical prowess.
I also intend to talk about my adventures through Magic-Land! Most sites refuse to do this. I feel it’s in fear of being labeled insane or stupid. Either way, it’s something that I find missing in many sites. Some of my experiences might sound weird, crazy or grandiose but for the most part I believe they will be tame. You can also expect to find discussions on Theoretical Magic. There is nothing “I love me more” than a good brainstorm on a random tidbit of knowledge and then trying to spin that tidbit into a piece magic.
So, thank you for visiting and reading. I sincerely hope a small piece of this site will help flush your magical practice out.