Low Magick is practical magick; magical activities undertaken in order to achieve a practical, usually material result.
Low Magic, also often referred to as folk magic, was historically practiced by the lower classes- those people whose primary concern was survival. Low magical practices were usually simple, revolving around simple charms and brief rituals, with more elaborate rituals being reserved for special occasions and often including the community (harvest and planting rituals, for example). The goals of low magick were often practical and related to the survival of the individual, the family or the community: to secure a good harvest, a mate, children, to protect from disease and misfortune.
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