Natural magic


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the art of employing the powers of nature to produce effects apparently supernatural.

See also: Magic

References in classic literature ?
It is a kind of natural magic that enables these favored ones to bring out the hidden capabilities of things around them; and particularly to give a look of comfort and habitableness to any place which, for however brief a period, may happen to be their home.
Whole plant power (think bilberry, chamomile, fennel, licorice, and rose hips) works its regenerating natural magic in this gentle blend, formulated to help lessen dark circles and ease puffiness and fine lines.
The Soul of Ancient Egypt" explores the golden civilization of ancient Egypt and its system of natural magic that birthed the Western Mystery tradition; examines each phase of Egyptian history from the Pharaonic period, through the Roman conquest, to the ongoing Islamization; and provides a revised portrait of the life of Muhammad, revealing his connections to the Essene tradition.
Pennick here considers the basic principles common to these magical pagan peoples, and examines how direct natural magic can lead to shape shifting, out-of-body experiences, or more.
To add to the intrigue, the prophecy that Promi is warned of comes to fruition when a ruthless captain begins destroying the natural magic of Atlantis.
The authors consider Cavendish's concepts of God and Nature, her use of a variety of genres to explore issues of faith and science, and her examination of a variety of spiritual traditions including Christianity, natural magic, Judaism, and the Jewish Cabbala.
A little confidence could see you doing something with your natural magic.
Changing hands are products in the Goo Gone, Magic, Stone Care International and Natural Magic lines.
it is Bacon's picture (derived from the natural magic tradition), and not Galileo's (which drew as much on scholastic deduction from theorem and axiom as it did on observation), that conditioned the emergence of experimental, empirical science--what has been called the Scientific Revolution.
11) Natural magic was the branch of science dealing with the invisible forces of nature; demonic magic, in contrast, was perverted religion, the turning away from God to request intervention from demons.
Clipping through unspoiled marshland at 30mph with not a roller coaster or freeway in sight, we spotted bald eagles overhead and got glimpses of white-tailed deer, the occasional alligator, and even a very lost cow during half an hour of natural magic.
The entry on magic, for example, includes a general definition and overview, followed by separate sections on natural magic, astrology and alchemy, and occult magic.