Karl Hans Welz:
Magic of the Future ©
We do not plan to burden you down with a proper definition of this word immediately.
You know that with the word magic, we describe a specific class of practices that we can use to bring about change.
In the following we will examine what type of practices fall under the definition of magic and what the elements of these practices are.
From this, we will develop an elementary mapping, or theory, that will help you understand the various technologies, or systems, of magic and develop your magical skills easily and rapidly.
Let's begin with a few scenarios of well-known practices that we call "magic."
An old recipe to heal a person is to pull seven hairs of that person.
Then drill a hole into a vigorous tree and put the seven hairs into the hole.
Then plug the hole with the wood of the same tree. The person will feel better.
A "doctor" fabricates a doll.
He puts hair and fingernails, or clothing, of the target into the doll.
Then, perhaps at a pre calculated time, he goes to a graveyard and puts the doll into an open grave. The person whom he targets may get sick, perhaps may even die.
An old recipe against wounds that pus:
Take some of the pus out of the wound with a cotton swab and put it into copper sulfate.
The wound heals a lot faster.
Set up a ceremonial table with candles, incenses, etc.
On a piece of paper draw a square with some letters inside.
To the left and to the right sides of the square, write the names of the people who should fall in love.
Project your own energy into the letter square and the paper.
Then burn the paper.
A radionics specialist takes a "black box," or radionics device.
Using a pendulum or the stick pad on the device, she determines the settings of the dials that help in lawsuits. Then she puts the photo of the person whom she helps on the stick pad. She leaves the device "on" until the results show.
In a charismatic church the preacher initiates a prayer to heal in his
congregation. The person that he intends to heal is far away.
What do these cases have in common?
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