…can I magically charge an object by soaking it in tea???
(And should I spell it “magic” or “magick” because I’ve seen both and I’m confused as to whether there is some significance to the spelling?)
1. I don’t see why not! Just be careful what you put in tea, some objects may corrode or dissolve, and please don’t drink the tea afterwards as a safety precaution.
2. You can spell it either way. Magick, I believe, was the preferred method of spelling by Crowley, (was it Crowley?) to distinguish his magic from slight-of-hand magic. Half of the community spells it one way, the other half spells it the other way. Sometimes it is a sore area. But personally, I don’t think it really matters.
I think I remember the K representing something in Kabbalistic numerology, but I’m also prone to misremembering things.
lol. Me too. Hence the side bar in there.
Was Crowley into that kind of stuff at one point?
Pretty much the majority of Thelemic stuff is based off of Kabballah. I’m certain that the K became an accepted spelling because of Crowley.
it may have started with Thelemic stuff, but for the most part “magick” got popular because most of us neopagans are a bunch of pretentious asses.
I know I was at one point.