Wizards Academy

Make no mistake, magic is never separate from art. Art may be in any form that is detectable by the senses. For example, essential oils, which appeal to and awaken the senses, herbs which call to the taste/tongue or skin, and of course paintings which speak to the soul through one’s eyes. Make it a practice to keep occult art in your circle of interest regularly. This will help you to cultivate the right mindset, consciousness, and energies.


Art will feed your reality. Wear something ( ring or goth clothes), hang a painting, plant an herb, paint your nails black, paint a serpent on your car seat, or eat on plates that reveal an Oroboros, or listen to hauntingly beautiful metal or classical. The feel is what you want, that certain something which transcends this reality. This is not quite escapism as much as it is an “altered state of consciousness”. And please remember principles in the law of attraction:

  1. Like attracts like: This principle suggests that individuals attract experiences and situations that match the frequency of their thoughts and emotions. By concentrating on positive thoughts, one can attract relative experiences.

  2. Visualization: The Law of Attraction emphasizes the power of visualization. By focusing one’s attention on desired outcomes and imagining them in detail, individuals can enhance their ability to manifest their desires.

  3. Emotional alignment: Focusing on positive emotions can help individuals align with their desires and manifest them more effectively. The Law of Attraction suggests that strong positive emotions, such as joy, gratitude, love, and the mystical can facilitate the manifestation process.

  4. Vibrational frequency: The Law of Attraction proposes that everything in the universe, including thoughts and emotions, has a vibrational frequency. By focusing one’s attention on high-vibration thoughts and feelings, individuals can attract experiences that align with these vibrations.

  5. Consistent focus: The Law of Attraction emphasizes the importance of consistent focus on one’s desires. By regularly directing attention towards positive thoughts, emotions, and goals, individuals can enhance their ability to manifest their desires. Keep in mind it is always easier to affect yourself than others. Often the change you exert on others is really a force you’re exerting on yourself.


  1. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Illustrated by Simeon Solomon)
  2. Merlin and King Arthur by N.C. Wyeth (Illustration for ‘The Boy’s King Arthur’)
  3. Cauldron of the Sorceress-1879 Odilon Redon
  4. Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses by John William Waterhouse

    MONSTER BRAINS: Gustave Adolf Mossa (1883 – 1971)
  5. Gustav Adolf Mossa – { feuilleton }

  6. The Alchymist by Joseph Wright of Derby
  7. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by YuliaZhuchkova

  8. Dr Faustus Conjuring Mephistopheles 1929 by Eric Ravilious Wood Engraving

  9. Prospero and Ariel by Joseph Severn (Inspired by Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’)
  10. The Enchanter Merlin by Howard Pyle (Illustration for ‘The Story of King Arthur and His Knights’)

  11. Arthur-Pyle Vivien Bewitches Merlin – PICRYL – Public Domain Media Search Engine Public Domain Image