My Dr. Strange Review

My Dr. Strange Review

I went into this movie not a huge Dr.Strange fan. I like most people my age or older enjoyed the late sixties/seventies Steve Ditko era. Although I read them in the 90s twenty years after they came out. I was never a fan of any other writers take on the character. They always made him too powerful or not powerful enough, the scope of his abilities was limited by many writers understanding of the occult or mysticism which isn’t a thing. All knowledge is arcane even science. Continue reading My Dr. Strange Review

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Uniger

A young man once picked up a microphone and asked, “What is your Fantasy”. It is an important question. We all have our dreams and hopes, we all have desires that often go unfulfilled. But, what is your fantasy? It could be anything outside the realm of reality or it could be something tangible that you have even held in your hands once or twice. While talking with a friend the other day we mused on what we would do if we had three wishes. Of course my logical brain immediately says to make the first wish a simple one for unlimited wishes, that way you’re not constrained by only receiving 3. Which in stories older than me all show that will turn out horribly. Continue reading Uniger

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Hex to bring chaos

As you do this spell be thinking of all the chaos that it is going to bring to your enemy and make sure you are worked up into a rage before doing the spell. This will make it all the more effective! When you are done see if you can hide this string (with the knots now tied) around you enemies home! This will make it more potent! If not then save it in a special place until you decide to untie the knots and give your enemy a second chance. Continue reading Hex to bring chaos

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Defining Chaos

Chaos is the creative principle behind all magic. When a magical ritual is performed, regardless of “tradition” or other variables in the elements of the performance, a magical energy is created and put into motion to cause something to happen. In his book, Sorcery as Virtual Mechanics, Stephen Mace cites a scientific precedent for this creative principle: Continue reading Defining Chaos

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