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Simulacrum


Simulacrum, a copy, is a term used to describe acts of imitative magic where a simulacrum of a person may be injured with the intension of harming the person from a distance, another form of sympathetic Magic. The term may also be used in occult visualization, an attempt to project his or her body image onto the astral world. The magician also could try hurting another body image in the astral world. A.G.H


Source:

Drury, Nevil. The Watkins Dictionary of Magic. London. Watkins Publishing. 2005. p. 263

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