It’s much the same when it comes to magic.
The only difference is that most of us have been conditioned to believe that magic isn’t real. If you can’t see, taste, touch, smell, hear, or feel something, it’s labeled invisible, intangible, or downright fantastical. As recently as thirty years ago, people scoffed at the idea of small telephones that are, in fact, pocket-sized computers. But cell phones are our main form of communication today.
Our very recent ancestors would have shunned the idea of airplanes, let alone the space shuttle, yet we can fly across continents with speed and ease. Much of our present-day reality was perceived as fantastical – or magical – not so very long ago. It’s important to remember that the advancements we’ve made were imagined before they were willed into existence. Those “scientists” who work in laboratories, manipulate energy, and discover what isn’t yet visible to the naked eye? They’re witches! The “technology” that enhances our lives? It’s magic!