Recent question from a group, and my answer:
Question: What does Science say about Chaos Magick?
Answer: “Science” itself (the method) says do experiments to test your hypothesis and journal your results, so pretty much says the same thing as most chaos magick books.
“Science” as in, a bunch of scientists, have a wide variety of competing ideas.
String theory said there was 10 dimensions with timelines for every possibility.
People are trying teleportation and time travel.
Biocentrism states that consciousness creates reality, not vice versa.
The idea that we are living in a simulation is not as taboo as it once was, and there has been some evidence explored.
The Wigner’s Friend thought experiment has had some semi recent confirmation (the idea that two different observers can view and measure a different reality).
Using psychedelics to expand consciousness in lab settings has been ramping up lately since it was shut down after the 60s/70s.
I read ” The Case Against Reality” recently and highly recommend it.
Things we have now (phones, airplanes, x-ray, night vision, etc.) would have been called magic in the past.
And that’s pretty much what magicians mean when they say they use science as a paradigm. Not an old man in a lab coat saying “poppycock!”
(Some other scientists say it’s BS.)
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