Friday, October 24, 2014

GGMMMU ~ Do you believe in Magic?

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sha·man
ˈSHämən,ˈSHāmən/
noun: shaman; plural noun: shamans
a person regarded as having access to, and influence in, the world of good and evil spirits, especially among some peoples of northern Asia and North America. Typically such people enter a trance state during a ritual, and practice divination and healing.

Dru·id
ˈdro͞oid/
noun
noun: Druid; plural noun: Druids
  1. a priest, magician, or soothsayer in the ancient Celtic religion.
    • a member of a present-day group claiming to represent or be derived from this religion.
voo·doo  
n. pl. voo·doos
1. A religion practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries, especially Haiti, syncretized from Roman Catholic ritual elements and the animism and magic of slaves from West Africa, in which a supreme God rules a large pantheon of local and tutelary deities, deified ancestors, and saints, who communicate with believers in dreams, trances, and ritual possessions. Also called vodoun.
2. A charm, fetish, spell, or curse holding magic power for adherents of voodoo.
3. A practitioner, priest, or priestess of voodoo.
4. Deceptive or delusive nonsense.
tr.v. voo·dooed, voo·doo·ing, voo·doos
To place under the influence of a spell or curse; bewitch.
A witch doctor was originally a type of healer who treated ailments believed to be caused by witchcraft
mage
māj/
noun
archaicliterary
noun: mage; plural noun: mages
  1. a magician or learned person.
wiz·ard
ˈwizərd/
noun
noun: wizard; plural noun: wizards
  1. 1.
    a man who has magical powers, especially in legends and fairy tales.


sor·cer·er
ˈsôrs(ə)rər/
noun
noun: sorcerer; plural noun: sorcerers
a person who claims or is believed to have magic powers; a wizard.



Do you believe in magic??? Or is it mambo jumbo?


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6 comments:

  1. i believe some things can't be explained is it magic? perhaps but i don't think those who have these kind of talents would brag about it or ask money in exchange for their help

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  2. I do believe in some magic and psychics but I agree with Miki that there are also a lot of con artists out there who only do it for monetary gain.

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  3. I like to believe in magic. It makes life so much more interesting! :)

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  4. Only in the books I read!

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