The Swing at the End of the WorldWould you be brave enough?More Like This
To grasp the thin cold metal beam
That is connected to a petite brown mahogany plank
Which you place your mass on
Which you place your life on
As the wind weavers through your hair
Caressing your skin
Watering your eyes
Adrenaline pulsing through your veins
As the ground disappears beneath you
Fear escapes you
Because you're suddenly at the end of the world.
MagickMore Like This
Magick is an alternative term for magic that was coined by Aleister Crowley to differentiate "the true science of the Magi from all its counterfeits". In the broadest sense, magick is any act performed in order to cause intentional change – for example, changing the channel on your television set. This term is spelled with a terminal "k" to differentiate it from other practices, such as stage magic. According to Crowley it should also be pronounced differently – mage-ick – though this pronunciation is now uncommon. The letter "k" is the 11th letter of the Latin alphabet; in numerology the number 11 represents hidden energies and thereby magick. Therefore it is thought that to add a "k" to magic makes the word itself more "magickal".
It should be noted that Aleister Crowley merely coined the spelling in modern times, as the spelling with a final 'k' has been around since ancient times and was the normal spelling at that time. Crowley simply 'resurrected' the word to distinguish it from