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- Sorcery pronounced '''Source-eerie''', is one of the oldest known ways to practice Magic, see Magic (paranormal), that is most historically practiced by the male "wicce" or "Sorcerer". Power of Magic is drawn from natural sources in this practice, like from the "life-force" of tree's, or the turning of the ocean tides.
Sorcery may also refer to:
- Magic (paranormal), also known as sorcery
- Maleficium (sorcery), a Latin term meaning "wrongdoing" or "mischief" and is used to describe malevolent, dangerous, or harmful magic, "evildoing" or "malevolent sorcery"
- Witchcraft, the use of supernatural, magical faculties
- Sorcery (video game), a 2012 video game for the PlayStation 3 utilizing the PlayStation Move
- Sorcery (Kataklysm album), 1995
- Sorcery (Jack DeJohnette album), 1974
- Sorcery!, a series of four Fighting Fantasy Game Books written by Steve Jackson
- Sorcery (band), a US rock band from the 1970s
- Sorcery (horse) (1808–?), British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare who won the classic Oaks Stakes at Epsom Downs Racecourse in 1811
- Sorcerer (disambiguation)
- Wizard (disambiguation)
- Sorcery 101, a webcomic written and illustrated by Kel McDonald
- Sourcery, a 1988 Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett
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