hello all, for the longest time i have been doing research on musick magick or bardism, i have found very small bits of useful information on the craft but i seek clarity and knowledge, if any of you could enlighten me on this nearly dead craft please personally message me, in exchange i grant you what i know of government corruption, exorcism, and any overall knowledge i have
First - the 'K' - It's perfectly O.K. to spell things in funny ways if it clarifies one's meaning. By 'musick' I automatically assume we're not talking of Lady Gaga and rather tones, melodies, and harmonizations meant to be used in sacred ritual, prayer, or to just open one's mind to the divine. However, all music has magic in it. I toyed around with funny spellings for a while, but I mostly avoid it now.
I've written (conjecture) on this subject, and I know of several people on PS who have a practise in music magic. I have to get back to work for now, but I'll return to this later.
Which English do you mean? Chaucer's English, for example, is vastly different from modern English. As late as the 18th (and in some areas 19th) century, the spelling of words in English was not standardised. When the first dictionaries were published, there were probably people then who said, R.I.P. English, just the same.
Again - the odd spelling clarifies what kind of music it is. Muzak, originally a silly business name, has become the recognised spelling of watered-down instrumental-only versions of pop tunes. In centuries past, the same person might even spell one's own name differently from time to time, and they certainly did spell things like music a few different ways.
There used to be a sign in front of the MUZAK building which read "Muzak: an exercise in human engineering".
So if Magick by Crowley's definition is the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will,I'm confused as to what "Musick" is.Mu... misspelled sound a cow makes?Sick...what I feel when I read this crap.
mind you all i use the odd spelling because I'm just typing what names I have found, its a nearly dead craft by what ive found, don't get me wrong there are of course many musicians today, but only a handfull are actually using musick magic for an actual purpose, for example the widely famous devils tritone used by bands and artist's everyday such as the rolling stones, slayer, the faceless and many other countless acts.
what I am looking for is enlightenment on the rest of the craft, for example why every key affects a different type of person more potently based on their astrological sign, or why the key of A affects the third eye chakra
that is not music. That's Fuckin' Slayer.
This "there is no real music anymore" is mostly complained about by either conservative metal heads, or frustrated musicians without success.