Wizard? What is a Wizard?

There seems to be a lot of talk about what or who IS and ISN’T a wizard. Before we can proceed we think that this needs to be cleared up for everyone.

Is this what a wizard looks like?

Is this what a wizard looks like?

Or maybe this?

Or maybe this?

Or is this the ultimate wizard?

Or is this the ultimate wizard?

and let's not forget this little guy!

and let’s not forget this little guy!

According to some ‘a wizard is a person who, through the intentional practice of true magic, seeks to make manifest the Divine Plan for Humanity on earth.’

Oooooooo doesn’t this sound fancy.

BUT, before you assume that every wizard is after some sort of a Divine Plan lets figure out what a Divine Plan actually constitutes.

‘The Divine Plan is simply that every human being has the potential for becoming a conscious co-creator of his or her own reality, in allegiance with the Divine Creator, in whatever aspect the person may envision through the right application of Free Will. In doing so, the wizard seeks to become a Conscious Soul Incarnate; that is, to manifest the energies of his or her soul through the mental, astral, and physical bodies and render conscious creation in his or her world.’

Sooooo basically, any human can be a wizard. The key is to envision through Free Will, apply true magic and voila you can now be called a wizard. The word wizard simple means ‘wise one’ – so if you have ever been called wise, then you have the right to call yourself a wizard. Congratulations. BUT you have to be able to do magic, otherwise you’re just a human calling yourself a wizard, and we don’t want that.


Here are some other roots of the word wizard which we find fascinating:

‘The word “wizard” simply meant “wise one” in olden times. The root word can be traced through the Indo-Aryan word “Vizier” and the Arabic “Waz-ir”, who were at one time valued advisors to those who ruled, taking the role of the now modern-day prime minister of a nation. In the Nordic tradition, the word for wizard was “Vitki”, again, meaning, “the wise one.” The words “advise” and “advice”, as well as the prefix “vice” in “vice-president” or “viceroy” derive from the same root as does “wizard.” The ancient roots of all these words meant “burden-bearer,” “carrier,” or “he who assists.” Throughout history, the role of the wizard was as an ancillary; a power behind the throne. In the game of chess, the Persians still refer to the queen piece as “Wazir”’

 You can find out even more information about Wizards here.

Conclusion: there are wizards all around us.

But how can we determine who the real wizards are?

We think its really down to who will ultimately win the exhilarating Wizzard Race!

...the wizards are coming

…the wizards are coming


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