>> Personally, I'd like to hear an informed argument supporting magic as
>>a science, not because I believe it is one, but because I can't
>>imagine how it could be done.
>I somehow doubt that there are two choices in the world: art or
>science. Human activity might be broader than that.
Interesting point, how should magic be categorised? Magicians intent on
communication with disincarnate intelligences are in religious
territory. They and others may also be considered to be operating a form
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