# Magical and Psychic Fields, Frequencies, and Energy

Gaffluence wrote:

Is magick even real?… Isn’t it just shifting ones focus and subconscious expectations, invoking parts of ones own psyche and enacting archtypes? Or does the woo-woo such as “sit on a rock on the second saturday of the month while holding lavendar from yosemite” have tangible effects? And what about what Tesla said about energy, frequency and vibration; how does that play into it?…

I wrote:

Gaffluence wrote:
And what about what Tesla said about energy, frequency and vibration; how does that play into it?

Energy is not a “thing”. It is a scalar value for the relationship among variables. Frequencies come from the value of periodic functions – like sine, or you can get a cyclical nature from how a pattern repeats. Think of frequency as the number of times of something. You could count the number of times each word in this answer repeats to create a histogram. That would give you frequencies. For example, given 0 or 1, you could get 01 and then 010 and then 0101, so you could get 0,1,0,1; however, you can have permutations in between. The probability of having 0101 or 0100 corresponds with frequency. Binary code, for example, corresponds to a digital waveform and those waves have frequencies. Some numbers are cyclical. For more information check out:

The Mathematics of Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange

MIT OpenCourseWare: Mathematics For Computer Science

Your wave equations can be derived from the Linear Algebra of matrices and most ontological trees have matrices from which you can derive wave equations, so you can derive wave equations from any model. For example, you could derive a wave equation from the Destruction tree of Skyrim.

Gaffluence wrote:
Is magick even real?

Yes, magic is real. It is a higher-dimensional field that interacts with things in chaotic ways such that it shifts the parameters of physical waves. Think of reality as being nothing but the value passed on to the rules of the physical world per the nature of waves such that the next moment in time is the next instance of reality. You can deconstruct any physical thing via Fourier Transform into a sum of sines and cosines Magic manipulates the parameters of those waves – values such as kinetic energy, to alter objective reality beyond your head. However, just because magic is real, this doesn’t mean magical thinking or superstitious thinking is accurate.

Gaffluence wrote:

I wrote:
First, energy is not a “thing”. It is a scalar value for the relationship among variables.

How do you describe then the sensations and feelings derived from something like coffee, if energy is not a thing?

As for magic; are you not just describing probability adjustment? Have you never experienced the ethers, the elements, or the sensations from an invokation? How are those phenomena reconciled with there not being “energy”?

I wrote:

Gaffluence wrote:
How do you describe then the sensations and feelings derived from something like coffee, if energy is not a thing?

Say that you are driving or riding in a car and you accelerate, right? That sensation of acceleration is, technically, a derivative of velocity. Velocity is a vector of something like speed. That’s a scalar quantity, so the kinetic energy behind that is a scalar. Same concept. Energy not being a thing would apply to what you feel while driving in a car. The scalar quantity of you experiencing driving or riding is speed. What is speed? It is how you are displaced some dimensions of distance and time, so is displacement a thing? No; rather, it is a change in dimensions or units. Speed is the relationship of distance per time and your particular speed is the evaluation of that relationship. It’s more useful to think of energy less of as a thing and more of how much something can be displaced or as a quotient of some sort.

Gaffluence wrote:
As for magic; are you not just describing probability adjustment?

Probabilities have waves, so, technically, you are altering physical waves. Think of probabilities as waves and ripples in space-time. As I stated, anything that exists in time can be deconstructed into a sum of sines and cosines. A probability thus would be some property of those waves. Either way, you’re altering the fabric of the universe because the vacuum of space-time is filled with energy at its lowest state. The math gets complicated – I know I just stated energy is not a thing so how could the fabric of the universe be filled with nothing, but you end up having fields where “energy” is a value of that field. Probabilities correspond with waves that get properties from fields in the fabric of the physical world.

Gaffluence wrote:
Have you never experienced the ethers, the elements, or the sensations from an invokation? How are those phenomena reconciled with there not being “energy”?

I answered some of this in my initial response. Classifications of entities would be a tree where you can derive wave equations and harmonics from those matrices. For example, you can derive harmonics from the Kabbala. Yes, I have experienced sensations albeit I don’t deal with the astral much if at all. As I stated, magic manipulates physical energy. Any real sensation you feel because of magic as opposed to a hallucination or illusion is because magic is exerting an influence on your physical body such that it is acting as a physical force. You get into what is called supervenience. Magic is more abstract than the physical world so magical forces can be translated into physical forces. Water supervenes on its chemical properties of H20 where hydrogen supervenes on its atomic properties. If you’re able to swap out those hydrogen atoms such that there is no change in the universe, you have redundancy and they are indistinguishable. Electrons are like that – they’re indistinguishable particles. One thing supervenes on another if you have that property. Since magic is higher-dimensional and more abstract, it contains all possible physical properties meaning that magical objects can imitate physical properties and be indistinguishable from that thing. Because of that, you can do things like conjure up a fireball. Conjuration is predicated on physical objects supervening on magical ones such that magical objects can imitate physical properties per a translation.

Because I’m always blowing something up or setting fire to something, looking into magic from a real perspective has been my focus now for decades. In short, it is one field interfering with another so that parameters of physical fields change such that it changes macroscopic physical interactions.

Posted in: