Spell Of Magic | 100% Real Magic Spells Casting - Magic Spells

Spell Of Magic | 100% Real Magic Spells Casting - Magic Spells

Spell Of Magic | 100% Real Magic Spells Casting - Magic Spells

Some things just go together. Tomato sauces work well with chili. A white cotton shirt is a good match for blue denim jeans. The persistent patter of percussion forms a great foundation for wind or stringed instruments to play over.

It’s this simple principle that’s at the heart of talismans: things that go together have a kind of resonance. And putting them together in a particular form allows a person to access that power when they have need of it. Think of how you dress to impress when you go to meet a potential employer or lover – there’s a ritual element to it, the clothes helping you feel a way that’s suited to the outcome you want, whether it’s a job or a marriage proposal.

That kind of power we’re all familiar with. It’s easy to describe it as psychological, but that doesn’t actually define how it actually works. And there are people who go further using these principles, and create magical talismans to protect their homes from negative influences. Most of us recognise the existence of such influences, and within occult traditions such as those found in the Arab world and Indonesia they are variously described as black magic, jinns (Djinns), and demonic entities.

Call it spiritual. Call it energetic. Call it magic. Whatever your preferred term, that’s the power talismans tap into. Some people are doubtful that such power exists. The fact that a clear logical connection cannot be perceived between cause and effect doesn’t mean that there isn’t one. There’s a video online about bees who pull strings to get sugar. Not all of them can do so, but 23 out of 40 manage it. Bees don’t know what string is, or understand the physics of how pulling it results in sugar appearing – they do so because it works. Smart as we humans are, we’re still at the level of baby steps regarding true comprehension of the forces of the universe.

One tradition that’s found in all religions with holy books, is the holy book being placed by a person who is ill, to affect their healing for the better. At this point, we’re moving away from the object being powerful in its own right, and heading towards acknowledging the power of what the object represents. Hence this comment by occultist Dion Fortune – “A talisman is, in fact, nothing more or less than a spiritual storage battery.”

A talisman then, is powerful because of its associations, the way it is linked to something else. And that effect may go beyond the psychological. Certainly that’s the experience of many who have used talismans, and the model here is akin to that of sympathetic magic, where there is a connection between the object and that which it represents. For example, someone has a tiger tattoo to link themselves to that animal. And with talismans, the linkages can as well as being literal like the tiger tattoo, also be symbolic. Thus, Saturn can be represented not only a picture of the ringed planet, but by a symbol for it. There’s another shift too: ‘Saturn’ in magical thought – and symbol – is less about the physical planet than the divine energies which it has long been associated with.

Talismans utilise two principles that were first codified by Frazer in The Golden Bough. The Law of Similarity suggests that an effect can be created by imitating it – seen this way, cave paintings depicting animals being hunted are less a record of that having happened, than a means of bringing it about. And the Law of Correspondence suggests that influence can occur because two or more phenomena are related – in seeking for a communication to go well, offer something that resonates with Mercury, associated with communication. Crowley’s book 777 is a collection of such correspondences, and says that associations with Mercury include a sword; twin deities in different traditions including Hindu and Egyptian; magpies; and orchids.

The root of 777 is documentation of what people were already doing over centuries in different cultures. And there are sensible reasons for using symbolic references and materials as Fortune suggests: “…the solid gold talisman of the sun is beyond the means of all save millionaires; the lead talisman of Saturn is too weighty for practical use; the iron talisman of Mars is liable to rust. The simplest and most practical method is to use a copper base enamelled with the symbolic colours.”

Much of what’s been said so far relates to amulets as well as talismans. The distinction is straightforward: where an amulet has a general purpose that it can satisfy because of its innate magic, a talisman is charged for a specific intention by the magic of its creator. The word ‘talisman’ derives from the Arabic ‘Tilasm’ which means ‘the completion of a religious rite’. That Arabic origin connects talismans to Islam. In turn, the spread of Islam means that you can buy a talisman for black magic protection in countries including Malaysia, Ghana, Turkey, and in many places in Europe and America.

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