If you can’t reblog this…
NEVER HAVE NEVER WILL
That’s a fucking low number. That’s fucking sad.
Never have. Never will.
Geomancy, in the western magical tradition, used to have the same positive reputation as astrology, and was more widely practiced. It is easier to learn than Tarot (I think), and benefits from being an Earth-based magic that probably came to Western Europe from Western Africa by way of the Muslim conquerors of Spain. It’s a fairly sophisticated system, and it does take some effort to learn.
Below the cut, a fairly complete ceremonialmagic101 introduction to the art of Geomancy, a divination system for beginning magicians.
Anonymous asked: "We NEED to spell magick with a K, because everyone will confuse it with stage magic!" Witchcraft. If you’re talking to someone who is this dumb, call it witchcraft.
No they are not interchangeable terms a good 70% of the time once you get into fixed traditions.
The definition of a “tradition” in magic is any three magicians (or magickians) who spell Cabbalah, Kabballah, Kabala, Kabalah, Kabbalah, Qabalah, or Cabala the same way and agree on what the key terms thereof are.
Knowing how to spell “magic” or “magick” together is an insufficient definition of a “tradition.” :-)