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(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Calling up spirits/entities in Ceremonial Magic. This is done using various Words of Power; sacred words and the names of god, angels, and archangels. A complete ceremony is needed to accomplish the conjuration of an entity, and requires great deal of careful and detailed preparation.

Conjuration is not done in Witchcraft, since nothing is ever called forth. All are in the Wiccan circle of their own free will.

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Hence the ability of the Supreme Court by a process of divination and conjury to "find" standards of legality and legitimacy governing Quebec secession in a constitution which is admittedly silent on the point" (p.
Fogelson's treatment of Cherokee conjury and witchcraft also is notable.(5) So, too, is his work on the conception of Cherokee power.(6) To this list could be added more recent articles by Alan Edwin Kilpatrick and Lee Irwin.(7) The works of several other scholars could be mentioned as well.
Displaced outwardly to the French and to the demonized woman, the power to revive the dead reappears in a overcharged and exclamatory form--as conjury. Th splitting within, manifest as an alarming call to quiescence, is now recast as more familiar, and more manageable, national and sexual antagonism.