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The Use Of Colors In Magick

Colors and their symbolism take a large role in the practice of magick. However, remember that all of the tools and symbols in the world could vanish today and magick would still exist. Colors, like any other tool, is simply an aid to help you focus and cast spells effectively. They are especially useful when first starting out to help you steady your concentration and the contemplation of your goals.

One important aspect to bear in mind is the impact of particular colors on how you feel. If a color is unpleasant, carries bad memories, or makes you feel other negative emotions, avoid using it unless that feeling is appropriate. For example, feeling sadness for a dead loved one during Samhain (Halloween, or All Saints Day) is perfectly OK. The emotional effect of colors should not be underestimated.
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Magick Rituals And How They Work

Magick rituals are used by Wiccans, ceremonial mages, neo-pagans, and other practitioners in the Western Tradition of mysticism. The word “magick”, as opposed to “magic”, was first coined by Aleister Crowley in the early 20th century. He was a (in)famous and controversial figure, and remains so to this day. Despite that, he has had a massive influence over the form and terminology of magick in the West.

Prior to Crowley, it was common practice in magick to call forth spiritual beings and bind them within a magical seal. The wizard or witch would also be within a second protective circle, in case the spirit broke free of the mystical prison. The magick user would negotiate with the being or forcibly bind it into service. Either way, it was an extremely risky proposition.
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