by Ed Simon
A history of magic as a way of seeing the world offers perspective on the urgent need to reconsider humanity's relationship to the natural world.
A magician named Belinda Sinclair offers visitors performances that weave in lessons on the women who held séances in the area a century ago.
SOURCE: The Daily Beast
A silver scroll found in Jordan is a reminder of how big the market for ‘magic’ objects was in ancient Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.
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