> On 10/13/2012 8:39 AM, Kevin McDonald wrote:
> > That Glamours appear/function like the
> > other forms of magic is a limitation of the magician - not the magic.
> I would say that it's a limitation placed by the Cosmos.
How so? My interpretation is that a Lunar magician's glamours take the form of sorcery etc because that is all that the limited mind of the magician can grasp until fully enlightened. I assume you have another take on it. Why should the Cosmos dictate the manifestations of something that is by nature a kind of refutation of the Cosmos itself - or possibly that the Cosmos is itself a massive long-lasting Glamour.
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