Question from Becky: “What is the difference between ‘magick’ and ‘magic’?

There’s a big difference between these two words. Using the ‘K’ means the word is speaking about spell casting for changing your reality. The term ‘magick’ was coined by some (famous) craft practitioners to define the science of using manifestation through ritual changes in reality. Magic is the term set aside for parlor tricks or the stage performance of a magician.

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