Casters beware digital devices: why electronics interfere with magic

Magic, and chaos magic within my own weaving cyrcle, is an esoteric practice that uses the power of chaos to create change in one’s life. It relies on the unpredictability of chaotic systems to bring about desired outcomes, and it requires a certain degree of improvisation from its practitioners. While computers can be useful tools for many aspects of chaos magic, they are not always ideal for this particular form of magic due to their inability to generate truly random numbers.

The main issue with computer-generated randomness lies in its predictability; while computers may appear unpredictable when generating seemingly random numbers, these results are actually based on algorithms created by humans and therefore can be predicted if one knows how the algorithm works. This means that any number generated by a computer is ultimately predetermined, thus making it impossible for a computer to generate genuinely unpredictable or chaotic numbers. As such, computers cannot effectively replicate real-world chaotic behavior which is essential in creating meaningful changes through chaos magic rituals.

Another reason why computers are ill suited for chaos magic involves their reliance on complex calculations and code which often makes them too slow or cumbersome when performing certain tasks associated with ritualistic practices such as divination or energy work. Unlike human beings who have intuitive capabilities allowing them to quickly assess situations and make decisions accordingly, computers require more time processing data before reaching conclusions – something that tends to disrupt the flow needed during magical ceremonies where quick action must be taken without hesitation or delay. Furthermore, since most magical rituals involve elements such as symbolism and visualization which cannot easily be programmed into a machine’s code, relying solely on technology places severe limitations on what type of magickal effects can realistically be achieved using only machines as tools instead of incorporating organic methods like those traditionally used within traditional occultism circles.

Finally, some argue that there is an inherent disconnect between manmade machines and natural forces; while technology has enabled us great control over our environment through science and engineering advances, some believe that this same control also limits our ability to tap into the subtle energies found throughout nature – energies believed necessary when practicing forms of magick like Chaos Magic which seek harmony between all living things rather than domination over them via technological advancements alone. Thusly then it becomes clear why attempting Chaos Magic with nothing but modern technologies would likely yield limited results at best due simply because these two concepts (science/technology vs spirituality) rarely ever intersect harmoniously enough so as make effective use out both simultaneously possible without sacrificing one aspect over another thereby causing imbalance within whatever working being conducted at hand – something no practitioner wishes occur regardless what style magical workings employed being utilized therein!

In conclusion then it should become readily apparent why attempting Chaos Magic utilizing only modern technologies could prove difficult if not outright impossible: namely because true randomness (something vital towards achieving successful spells) cannot reliably generated using algorithmic processes alone nor do tech-based approaches usually allow sufficient flexibility enable practitioners perform various types ritualistic activities commonly associated with this particular brand occultism properly either! Therefore if wanting engage full potentiality offered forth by Chaotic Magicks then perhaps best look away from hardwired digital devices altogether favor fully embracing spontaneity inherent within organic universe itself instead!

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Chaos magic is a form of magical practice that relies heavily on randomness. It seeks to create unexpected and unpredictable outcomes, which can be used for a variety of purposes, including divination and spellwork. While computers are excellent at carrying out mundane tasks quickly and efficiently, they are not well-suited to chaos magic due to their difficulty in generating truly random numbers.

To understand why this is the case, it’s important to consider how computers generate numbers. Computers rely on algorithms—a set of instructions designed by humans—to produce results from calculations or other operations. These algorithms work according to predetermined rules, meaning that any computer-generated number will ultimately follow an expected pattern despite appearing random at first glance.

This lack of true randomness can have a detrimental effect on the practice of chaos magic. For example, when performing a divination ritual with computer-generated numbers, it’s likely that the same result will be produced each time due to the predetermined nature of the algorithm. Similarly, if a spell relies on randomly generated components such as ingredients or timing, it could be easily disrupted by predictable patterns in computer-generated data.

Finally, computers are also unable to capture and interpret subtle nuances in magical energy or spiritual communication—something that is integral to many forms of magic. Without this ability, digital devices may struggle to accurately detect and respond to chaotic energies which can potentially interfere with spellwork or other rituals.

It is unclear why digital electronic devices may interfere with magic, but it could be argued that the lack of true randomness generated by computers disrupts the flow of chaotic energy. This disruption can prevent mages and wizards from achieving successful and powerful spells, as their rituals are no longer in sync with the natural chaos of the universe.

In order to achieve more successful and powerful spells, mages and wizards should consider unplugging their lives from digital devices as much as possible. By doing so, they can reduce interference from computer-generated numbers or algorithms which may disrupt magical energies or spiritual communication. Additionally, this will allow them to focus on traditional forms of divination such as tarot cards or runes instead of relying on computer-based systems for inspiration.

Edit: 12/6/2022/777:
It must be pointed out that some of the most magical musical artists have made it a point to collect phones and other digital devices prior to performing. They started collecting phones so people would stop recording the performances. What they never expected to discover is that without all the devices, performances started to become magical again. Performers will understand.

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