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"THE CHRONICLES OF THE 2004" (standard:Flash, 7620 words)
Author: THELORDOFTHELOVE-CMCCAdded: Dec 22 2004Views/Reads: 1895/1458Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
It is about the union of both classes of magic known , evilness and goodness but this time to defeat a new enmy , well a new dimension of magic is transported in this story. Magic achieves a new level in magic.
 



THE CHRONICLES OF THE 2004-THE BEGINNING OF THE END 

HELLO  HERE I AM AGAIN CREATING DEEP STORIES AND THINGS BUT THIS  TIME 
I  GIVE TO KNOW THE THIRD SAGA OF MY  STORY  TO COMPLEMENT MY OTHER 
STORIES AND TO GIVE A LITTLE  SENSE  TO MY  LAST HISTORIES LIKE The WAR 
OF TWO WORLDS AND THE STORY BEFORE HISTORY I AM GOING TO TELL THIS 
OTHER STORY. 

MY   NAME  IS  CHARLES  M.CC  AND  I  PRESENT/DISPLAY  THIS INTERESTING
PART THE CHRONICS OF THE 2004, THE BEGINNING OF THE END. 

These people are usually mean, ugly and old. They hide in dark places 
such  as  caves and cast spells  of  evil  upon  their victims.  
Warlock is a fantasy name most refer to the  meaning to  wage or lock 
into battle or war. Witches and warlocks have roamed the earth for 
thousands of years and still widely exist today,  though they are 
masked as everyday people.  They  have jobs  and  families and look 
like any normal family. But  when the  night  comes  they shed their 
civilian  outer  layer  and become  spell  casting, evil worshipping  
fiends.  In  earlier days,  witches and warlocks were persecuted by the 
public  and burnt  at  the  stake. It was believed that if a person  
could survive  after  being thrown into a body of water,  then  that 
person  was a witch or warlock and was to be executed. As  any culture, 
there are good witches and warlocks as well. These good people help 
society and have even helped  law  enforcement  officials to  track  
down  murderers though  the use of meditation and crystal balls. Some 
of  them can  see  the  past,  present and future  and  can  relay  the 
messages to the proper people. 

For  all  the  sophistication of our  high-tech  civilization, we're not
that far removed from our ancestors: the nights  are still  dark,  
winter  is still cold and the  future  is  still unknown.  And  we  
still turn to magic  to  help  us  make  it through.  Part  of  the 
explanation is historical.  Twentieth- century  writers  such as Gerald 
Gardner and Aleister  Crowley brought  about a widespread revival of 
interest in  magic  and witchcraft. Gardner's Witchcraft Today 
described Wicca  as  an ancient religion based on  celebration of the 
seasons and the lunar cycle ('wicca' is the Old English  word  for a 
male witch). Wicca is now a fully-fledged neo-pagan  belief  system,  
with  hundreds  of  thousands   of adherents worldwide. 

Crowley  revived the word magic, which he used to  distinguish authentic
 magic from the magic of conjuring  tricks.  In  his Magick in Theory 
and Practice, Crowley wrote: 'The question of Magick  is  a  question 
of discovering and employing  hitherto unknown  forces in nature.' 
Magic could be both  a  scientific investigation  and  a way of getting 
closer  to  nature.  This approach has been hugely influential in the 
New Age movement, which embodies many of the elements of magic. 

But  these historical and cultural explanations tell only part of  the 
story. Our society is pervaded with magical thinking. Every  one of the 
main features of the magical worldview finds an  echo  in  our culture: 
From fortune telling to homeopathy, magical thinking is ultimately an 
expression of our desire  to have an effect on the world: 'Magick is 
the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with 
Will,' Crowley wrote. 

A  pessimistic  view would be that magical thinking  expresses our
powerlessness in the face of a reality too complex for  us to change. 
But it is surely also the case that magic expresses our  hope  for  
better  times  and  our  desire  for  intense, transcendental  
experience. It also answers  some  very  basic fears. Wizards. Our 
fascination with the wizards  of  Hogwarts  echoes  the  faith  we  all 
 place   in therapists, scientists and political analysts. Among users  
of the  Unix computing system, expert programmers are even called 
wizards. Our ancestors relied on witches, druids and shamans - people 
who knew the hidden laws of the universe and could  say what was around 
the corner. Maybe we're not that different. 

Divination.  We may not consult witches but we  all  read  our
horoscope. Not to mention palm-reading, rune stones, the Tarot and  the 
 I  Ching.  Is  Russell Grant a 21st-century  wizard? Trance.  It  used 
only to be shamans who danced for  hours  to repetitive  beats.  It's 
no accident that 'trance'  is  now  a musical  genre. Some clubbers 
report experiencing  a  mystical sense of community. Drugs. Some people 


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