- There is no line between "Magick" and "Mundane". They're perceptions. A television is as magickal as a crystal ball, and a great deal easier to use.
- The aplication of the will in what is traditionally known as Magick does not make one person different from any other. A "Mage" and a "Mundie" are both on the same playing field.
- Magick is meant to be taken to the streets. It shouldn't be seen as something to practice sealed off from the world. Be in the world, invovled in the world.
- Magick is a toy. It is a game. No matter how old we get, in universal scale, we're never going to transcend the "child" level of things. (No matter how old we're convinced our souls are, and how many times they've been incarnated in how many worlds) You can play a game of sandlot baseball, with a broom stick and a tennis ball, or you can join the little leauge and get a high quality ash bat, a finely tooled leather glove, and become completely sucsess oriented. Personally, I'll take sandlot baseball any day.
- The line between "good" and "evil" is about as useful as the line between Magick and Mundane. If not less. Generally, that which benefits alot of people we call "good", and that which doesn't we call "evil".
- Magick is both a creative and a destructive act. Old patterns have to be done away with to make way for new.
- Human beings are essentially egoists. We always work to make the world into the best one we as individuals concieve. Pressing the button at the crosswalk stops traffic in one direction simply because we have a desire to cross the street. We make the world better for ourselves. Even the most humanitarian of geustures are working towards a better world- in the opinion of the person acting.
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