Practical Magic: Pop Magic with RPG Gods.

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When we set out to evoke some entity using the method quoted in Grant Morrison’s Pop Magic, we open ourselves to a huge range of possibilities.

My experiences with this technique led me to believe, that sometimes an entity of a close concept for the fictional entity evoked, presents itself in that form, because she was interested in our invitation, in a way similar to a person going in a social outfit because the invitation of the party said that.

We have bibliographies in which this case is narrated several times and we have magical systems that are used as base, the evocation and the study of “fictional” entities, being those that are used of the beings of Mythos of the Cthulhu are the most famous and developed in the West, at least what is more widely known to the public.

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Pratical Magic: Case 1 – Of the Evocation and Invocation of Scrooge McDuck.

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Since its creation by Carl Barks at the end of the 40s, the character Uncle Scrooge, has been an example of successful capitalist, a winner by their own efforts and an advertisement for generations of children on meritocracy.

He is the richest duck in the world, a successful dealer in any areas that venture, making the set of ideas that accounts for the title of Uncle Scrooge a powerful force if evoked.

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