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 Ancient Egyptian Magic

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Prof Michael Stromber

Prof Michael Stromber

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Location : Greenbrier Academy
Registration date : 2009-10-11

PostSubject: Ancient Egyptian Magic   Sun Oct 11, 2009 8:53 am

The history of magic stems thousands of years before our time. The most notable, at least to Wizard Historians, is the magic of Ancient Egypt, which we refer to as the birth of magic. This, however, is not the case, for there was magic around way before the Egyptians' time. Yet for the purpose of accuracy, the Egyptians were the first to have it documented.

The wand was created as a means for one to channel their power more effectively. Generally speaking, a wand is not mandatory for performing magic. More advanced and practiced wizards (sorcerers…mages…) use their hands and thoughts – you just feel the surge of energy pull more when it is derived from the human vessel as this is a much higher skill level of magic, yet wandless magic does have its disadvantages; wandless wizards are more prone to making mistakes than wizards who posses a wand.

The key thing to remember: wands really have no magical abilities whatsoever. The magic in wands lies within the wizard - they posses the magic, not the wand. The wand is just a stick of wood often with a core provided by a magical being – such a dragon heartstring, or phoenix feathers. Now, naturally, wands are made using magic, so they do posses magical qualities, yet they cannot perform magic on their own for they don't hold magic. It's merely used to channel its owner’s magic. Amulets, on the other hand, sometimes posses magic within them. Usually it's some sort of spell or a charm that was put there by a wizard or witch or a very powerful sorcerer.
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