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Explaining Curiosity Stoppers to My Mom

by Mike Sententia on March 24, 2014

Curiosity stoppers are fake explanations. Like eating candy, there’s no nutrition.

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Servitors, Minds and Maxwell’s Equations

by Mike Sententia on December 8, 2011

The difference between a real explanation and a curiosity stopper.

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How Do Sigils Create Luck? And More Reader Questions

by Mike Sententia on February 15, 2016

How sigils work (with experimental data). How magick looks without deities. And more reader questions.

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Overcoming Magick’s Limits

by Mike Sententia on December 18, 2013

Why can manifesting shift probabilities only a little, and no farther?

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Sharing Your Voice

by Mike Sententia on February 14, 2014

Why I still blog after 4 years.

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My Take on the 4 Standard Models of Magick

by Mike Sententia on July 24, 2013

The 4 Standard Models of Magick, and how they relate to Direct Magick.

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How to Get People Interested

by Mike Sententia on December 1, 2011

What I’m doing to get more people involved in direct magick.

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Better Connections: How Models Solve Problems

by Mike Sententia on June 8, 2011

By understanding how systems make magickal connections, you can get better ritual results.

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Blogs I Like

by Mike Sententia on May 28, 2011

Tip: To open a link in a new tab, hold Ctrl while you click it. Magick Blogs Augoeides: You probably recognize Ananael Qaa from the comments of many posts. This is his blog. A lot of posts on magick in the news and in pop culture (fun but not deep), plus some really nice testing […]

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Patrick Dunn’s Information Model of magick is the wrong tool to model how magick works. But it’s the right tool for learning an important part of magick.

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