The Ethics of the Occult Market

I wrote: …In my opinion, if your magic worked in a reliable way such that you can teach others reliably, you can conjure the possibility of more income without needing to charge people. In other words, I’m of the mind that if you’re magic worked, you wouldn’t need to charge people to make a living. I believe deciding who does and doesn’t get access to magic based on money implicitly implies social class because it implicitly means only those that can afford it have access. I don’t believe wealthy people should have magic just because they’re wealthy, so I don’t Read More

Why Magical Power Should Stay Hidden

Anonymous wrote: …Do you want your understanding of magic to spread?… I wrote: …No. Real magic is much too dangerous for typical humans to possess, so I am content with the powerful stuff not spreading and I am content with people thinking it not real. The stuff I share on my site is general abstractions that are extensions of general engineering concepts and not active magical constructs. Considering it is just a synthesis of what everyone learns in school, it is about as harmful as teaching someone Chemistry. As far as selling things, knowledge has created a class divide that Read More

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