Natural magic

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

See also: Magic

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
There is surely something of "natural magic" in that!
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.
In The Secret Garden the subject is natural magic. Here the magic is all supernatural, but the core of the story is the same--a lonely but strong-willed girl outsider brings happiness to a stricken house and family, and in doing so gains membership and happiness herself.
It was first written about by John Baptista de Porta in his book Natural Magic in 1584.
Prospero initially employs Ariel's song coercively, but his ultimate turn to 'heavenly music' unites natural magic with Christianized theories of the music of the spheres to orchestrate social harmony.
Confident of some natural magic of eliminating all excess by sweating it out, Vergel finished everything, tofu or anything else.
In 1993, Sarah Charlesworth completed "Natural Magic," her first series of photographs made entirely in the studio.
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 third section's contributions consider Cavendish's thoughts on nature and theology from another perspective, namely, her interest in the Jewish Cabbala, natural magic, and the mystical and occult traditions of the Jewish rabbis.
"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.