Those who practice Magick as a way of life are well familiar with the fact that it is as much an art as it is a science, and a class devoted to the study of this truth will be held at Knight Light Candle in Oak Park this Saturday at 11:00 am. The nuances and experience of the seasoned practitioner are like a fine wine or precious gold when it comes to results based practices. Though not all Magickians are Pagan, enough are in this area for this to be of very keen interest to the community, as these techniques are of use for many Traditions.
This Saturday, Thomas Warunek will be teaching this class. With over 20 years experience, he has decided to pass on his knowledge. He has stated that he is
"currently seeking students that are interested in learning the extraordinary craft of Magick. You will learn an alternative philosophy to bring happiness and joy to your whole existence through our program. Classes will be held weekly and consist of eight two hour sessions.If you need private attention and do not like the group format, please message us to arrange a schedule that fits your needs. We will cover all aspects of Magick starting from the very basics and ending with a group held ritual to complete your studies"
Another goal of the presenter is to "to debunk misconceptions of Magick as an art and to give others a path to live life's path to the fullest".
You can contact him before hand to RSVP at Magick as an art and science's meet up.
Not familiar with why Magick is sometimes spelled with a "k", look into Aleister Crowley's Thelema. While not every Pagan practices this, it is good to know where the origin of the spelling can be found, as well as the foundation.
So if you are so inclined, join them and embark on something new.