When we see magic trick performed in front of us we often ask ourselves the great question: does real magic exist?
To answer this question, we can look at magic from different angles.
Magic by definition is the power of apparently influencing events by using mysterious or supernatural forces.
Looking at magic from the aspect of mysterious forces we can debunk every trick. It’s a well known fact that magicians use many factors to trick the viewers into believing that the trick is real magic. However, we can all agree that magicians use tricks instead of magic, but those tricks are what makes us believe in real magic!
Thanks to magicians, we believe in magic, but what about the part of supernatural forces? Is there something we’ve been missing out our entire life?
Real magic does exist, and if you dig well enough you can see some YouTube videos of people possessing real powers.
Have you heard about Chi?
Chi (pronounced chee) is an ancient Chinese term symbolic of the life force that flows through all living things. The term can be used in both spiritual and general concepts. It goes by many names such as: ki, in Japan; prana, in India; and it has even been referred to as electromagnetic or bio energy in the west. All forms of Chinese medicine from acupuncture to herbs are based around this mysterious energy.
Here’s what Chi masters can do (thanks to The way of Chi for posting this video)
This is just one example of what actual “magic” looks like. It’s something that we can’t understand (and many will disprove it for that reason), just like the magic tricks from the magician bellow. But unlike the tricks by the magician, these Chi masters don’t use any illusion. They do all of this with the power we all possess. The supernatural powers.
But let’s leave the real magic for another post, which you will be reading if you follow my Facebook Page.
For now, let’s gaze upon the magical tricks of this magician!
Watch the video bellow:
Crazy Street Magic Compilation! (Best of Imad Magician) 😱😱😱🔥🔥🔥
Posted by Imad Magician on Saturday, 23 June 2018