Once again, this is used derogatorily as in pagan, primitive and uncivilized. The derogatory use of the term, Black Magic, is further confirmed in the ill-logical mind when magic is combined with singing, chanting, dancing, spirit transformations and the use of objects.
Science labs are filled with rituals and objects. The main difference is bias of perception which comes from information programmed into logic (what you've learned). Despite the obviousness of it, it is rarely said that Europeans practice White Magic. For example, through the use of Chemistry, Europeans have created, dozens of “new” elements. Truth is, Black Magic is stuff Black people can do that other people wish they could do but can't figure out how it's done. As explained in Part 1, rather than face the truth of African capabilities, ego and envy causes many lies to be told in order to make what Africans are able to do and the manner in which it is done, seem “crazy” and scary. This causes sickness within everyone's psyche but even moreso in Black folks. More truth is, White Magic is stuff White people and others do that Black people really don't want to do.
Bottom LinesWe live a World and Universe filled with magic. This magic manifests itself in all dimensions and to all degrees. We are made of magic and are filled with magic (scientific principles). We are magic within magic making magic continuously.
As we come to know self, like our Ancestors did, then we can create more synergistically and Magi-cally.
*Ill-logic leads us to conclude something is magic, miracle, coincidence, luck, chance, happenstance or accident. These are “catch-all” categories for us to put things into we don't understand or just wish to escape thinking about.
There is a cause and effect for everything that explains everything in relation to the whole.
It is easy to get mixed up in life by relying on explanations that are only stated in relation to fragments. Due to the continuing emergences and the shift going on with the momentum of time, our logic (thinking) is being prepared to directly and indirectly experience greater workings of magic.