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Malcolm

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I am of the opinion that all magic, all religion, all abilities of the mind and magic, can now be explained by science. Because of this none of us are limited to what can or can't be done in magic. All faith is real, once you have a faith in anything you have made it real. It is hard for me to explain this out of hand, but I am getting to the point that I can, I just need to know if anyone else out in the magic world thinks along these lines.
 

LiathGallese

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You might be interested in the book, Power of the Witch by Laurie Cabot. She refers to magic as science we have yet to discover. I fall into that category of thinker as well, that intention is energy, and the ability to focus energy to achieve a goal results in change. If you think of radio waves, UV light, all of those are "unseen energies" which our ancestors would definitely have called magic. So for me, my ability to create change is logical, possible and real. And while I believe in the science of it, I havent lost the wonder of it, it still fills me with joy. I guess I am the Leonard Hofsteader of spell crafting. 😜
 

Malcolm

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You might be interested in the book, Power of the Witch by Laurie Cabot. She refers to magic as science we have yet to discover. I fall into that category of thinker as well, that intention is energy, and the ability to focus energy to achieve a goal results in change. If you think of radio waves, UV light, all of those are "unseen energies" which our ancestors would definitely have called magic. So for me, my ability to create change is logical, possible and real. And while I believe in the science of it, I havent lost the wonder of it, it still fills me with joy. I guess I am the Leonard Hofsteader of spell crafting. 😜
My point is, that we have discovered it. Ever since they made an experiment that could not make it's mind up about light being a wave or a particle, proving that it has to be seen or observed, it means that you see what ever the light wants you to see, it makes it's mind up what it is.
 

Glinda

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I am iffy about faith = making real. I could have faith that the sky is purple, but it isn't so. Faith is one of those iffy territories because by definition it cannot be proven.

Having said that, I do believe people can create thought-forms without even knowing it. I had a housemate whose depression and drug use lead to this clingy icky thing around him all the time. A group talking about an entity a lot, giving it power (like Satan) can make for a pretty impressive thought form. Not sure if I'm saying this right.
 

Malcolm

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I am iffy about faith = making real. I could have faith that the sky is purple, but it isn't so. Faith is one of those iffy territories because by definition it cannot be proven.

Having said that, I do believe people can create thought-forms without even knowing it. I had a housemate whose depression and drug use lead to this clingy icky thing around him all the time. A group talking about an entity a lot, giving it power (like Satan) can make for a pretty impressive thought form. Not sure if I'm saying this right.
The thing is, it is all science and faith at the same time. The thing with light is just the start, it goes on from that with a cat that you have to observe to see if it is alive in a box. It is both dead and alive at the same time, until you open the box and find out its condition. it's all part of quantum theory, this means that many billions of worlds stars, and universes all exist at the same time, and some are yet to be created by us. Is not the other world, or the astral plain, just a universe, it's just set apart. So if we enter one or both of them, we have changed something there, and so something must have changed in this universe. The more we make choices to work in one or other place, or with beings from those places, the more we affect our own. So on a fundimental level what we believe to be true, is true. Any god, demon, spirit, act of magic are real and not real at the same time until we make them one or the other by bringing them into our realm by an act of will.
 
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I am iffy about faith = making real. I could have faith that the sky is purple, but it isn't so. Faith is one of those iffy territories because by definition it cannot be proven.

Having said that, I do believe people can create thought-forms without even knowing it. I had a housemate whose depression and drug use lead to this clingy icky thing around him all the time. A group talking about an entity a lot, giving it power (like Satan) can make for a pretty impressive thought form. Not sure if I'm saying this right.
Faith is so entrenched in the invasive orthodoxies that I don't use it and, also, it can't be proven. In other words, xtians have "faith" because they can't prove there's a god -- a monolithic, all-knowing something or other.

Just now, looking up synonyms for faith, all resources list invasive religion first and many refer to the bible for quotations using it.

Some of the synonyms lower down the pages are:

credence,
confidence,
acceptance,
assurance,
assuredness,
certainty,
certitude,
conviction,
sureness,
surety,
credit,
reliance.

@Malcolm and @Glinda, perhaps we can think of a better word. What are your thoughts?
 
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H LM Malone

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Jul 5, 2021
I don't know if everything can be explained by science...yet, but you are certainly not alone in feeling this way. I am a firm believer that science & religion are two sides of the same coin and go hand in hand - You cannot have one without the other. Otherwise, you are just getting half the answer/truth.
 
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