American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An action or effort undertaken because of a personal need to effect change, especially as associated with Wicca or Wiccan beliefs.
- n. Obsolete spelling of magic.
- n. Wicca Core component of the mystical system of Thelema by Aleister Crowley. (The spelling with the terminal "k" was repopularized in the first half of the 20th century by Aleister Crowley.)
- n. neologism Actual magic or sorcery within fiction or real life, as opposed to illusion or "stage magic".
- Variant of magic. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The Druids practiced what they called magick (the Welsh spelling of the word), but is now believed to be their method of communicating with their gods, somewhat like Christian prayer.”
“I fear my magick is growing a little darker every year, only ...”
“Satan requires nothing other than devotion and understanding, his magick is more than powerful its enlightening and requires no membership fees however requires one to practice amongst the others of like minds.”
“He meant that a modern day "sorcerer" would employ video cameras, printing presses, television, electronic instruments, the Internet and so forth to work their magick and since so much of magick is about INTENT, then it stands to reason that something like the Internet can have magical uses.”
“Most people have this assumption that magick is all about some kind of 'hocus pocus' or 'eye of newt, tongue of toad' thing or the sort of 'incense and affirmations' school of thought that a lot of New Agers and Wiccans are into.”
“You idolize her personal attractions, as long as they influence your senses; when they begin to pall, the magick is dissolved; and prejudice is ever eager to condemn what passion has degraded.”
“I hate the spelling "magick"--it's the kind of pretentious old-style spelling that ranks with "shoppe" in my list of annoyances.”
“He knew they had been learning Spanish, but he didn’t know the word for magick was part of the vocabulary lessons.”
“Blackwood: Crowley coined the term magick, and many use it freely but for those in the ONA who revere Long as a greater mind why use a Crowley reference?”
“There are two basic Witchcraft methods that fall under the heading sympathetic magick, which is the idea that images or representations of actual objects influence each other because they are similar.”
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