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Last edited at 4:31PM on 9/16/2013
There's magic in the night sky. You can lose yourself in the stars. There's magic while the world is waking and most folk are still abed. There's magic in a foggy morning when your imagination swirls with the mist. And there's magic in the splendour of a sunset.
See what you think of this:
"Far above the dim twilight flutters Moth-wings of vapour and flame; The lights danced over the mountain, Star after star they came. The lights grew thicker unheeded For silent and still were we: Our hearts were drunk with a beauty Our eyes could never see."
It's an illusion. People just believe it because they can't work out what the person is doing to perform the magic. If you pay enough attention, you can easily what it is they are doing to make the magic happen.
No, magic is not real. Any man able to read can learn this, quickly and easily, just by going through some books that deal with it. Like the so called grimmoires. And their stupid experiments. How can a living human become invisible at will, or kill another human by scattering grave dirt in front of his doorstep? Exactly. All bull... Magic is almost like all other religions. Full of fairy tales, fake promises, no refunds, and no mistakes admitted after leaving the front desk. It's all about money, profit, gullibility, and an amalgamation of superstitions, myths and fake cosmology. Almost like, all other religions. Yes, it is considered to be a religion, even! Those wiccans...
There are actually things like hypnosis, magnetism and other stuff, but these are natural and/or psychological phenomena strictly. Also, some natural phenomena, even to this age, are persistently considered by some people magical in nature...
To understand magic, we first have to understand science. Anything that can be conceived as logically possible to define or implement by a person's perception can be termed as science. Magic is the reverse of science, i.e. anything that doesn't seem logically possible to be defined or implemented to a person's perception is magic.