Image is I-Mage I the Magician. The left brain uses words to discriminate one thing from another. The right
brain uses images. Imagination: ’image in a tie on’ from one thing to another. Imagination flows from one act of
creation I Mage to all of creation I Magi Nation. We are all the Creator.
There are many ways to take apart the word image. For instance: I’m age - wisdom; sage. I mage: I’m a magician; I make magic.
Or try ‘I’m a ge.” What is a ge g, G? Look at the shape of the letter. In Angelish, the letter let-er; permission giver
g, G is a spiral - either outward out-word, clock-wise; or inward in-word counter-clock-wise. That is, a g is either gathering
energy and spinning it into a center, where it is compressed and purified, as in a centrifuge; or releasing energy, spinning it
out from that center. Since our local g-center, or gravity-center, is the earth, g’s often introduce words standing for
earth –ge-ode, geo-metric, ge-ography, etc. ‘I’m a ge ‘ is thus Angelish for ‘I know how to pass energy into the earth,
where it is condensed and cleansed of previous form, and then return it out into the world, in order to create new forms.’
New words or weirds or spell-castings.
I-Magery thus describes the practice of the magical arts - trans-forming one reality into another. ‘I’m age’ reflects the time
and experience required to learn the magical arts. When we all become aware of our own ability as magicians I-Mages, collectively
we become the creators of our own reality – the I Magi Nation, or Nation of Magicians.
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Angelynx. A divination deck. John Sacelli. Chris Deschaine.