Anything you bring about because of your Will or intention can be considered Magick – supernatural or not.
Modern Magick, which uses an early modern English spelling for magic to differentiate it from parlor tricks done by stage magicians, is based on the magickal philosophy outlined by British occultist Aleister Crowley. Crowley was influenced by magickal group, the Golden Dawn, and later wrote extensively about how magick is the art of causing change to occur in accordance with one's Will. Read articles about modern magickal traditions below.
Much of the “dangers” of magick is an exaggeration, brought on in part by ignorance. Having said that, there are some dangers…
Magick is the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will.
John Dee (1527-1608) was a renown philosopher, mathematician, geographer and navigator during 16th century’s Elizabethan Renaissance.
Usually when people start out, they’re very self conscious about doing rituals. They think it’s silly to wear a robe, have a magic wand, light colored candles, chant in Latin, etc. The truth is that all of these things are just tools. They aren’t required to perform magick successfully.
The foreword to the Goetia sets out to explain some of the terminology involved and what exactly is meant by each of the spirits. To start, it is explained that the original Greek word, daimon, was derived by Plato from the Greek word knowing.
Approach the Goetic demons as maps of the mind, not as self empowered entities but as a guide to illustrating and identifying the problems at hand.
One of the most significant words in Kabbalah is the ineffable name for god, (Yod, He, Vav, He), known as the Tetragrammaton.