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Strictly speaking, magic is the employment of symbolism with the aim of creating desired change toward intentional ends. Its forms and principles vary considerably, these being veritable artistic 'languages' of employment for cultural terms and disciplines of restriction. [[Theories of magic]] detail the families or broad categories of magical action while paying strict attention to their parallels of form and principle whereby they might be understood at least in kind if not in strict practice.
 
Strictly speaking, magic is the employment of symbolism with the aim of creating desired change toward intentional ends. Its forms and principles vary considerably, these being veritable artistic 'languages' of employment for cultural terms and disciplines of restriction. [[Theories of magic]] detail the families or broad categories of magical action while paying strict attention to their parallels of form and principle whereby they might be understood at least in kind if not in strict practice.
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[[Sorcery]]
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:::[[Sorcery Portal]] 
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Strictly speaking, magic is the employment of symbolism with the aim of creating desired change toward intentional ends. Its forms and principles vary considerably, these being veritable artistic 'languages' of employment for cultural terms and disciplines of restriction. Theories of magic detail the families or broad categories of magical action while paying strict attention to their parallels of form and principle whereby they might be understood at least in kind if not in strict practice.



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