So Phoebe will be a fake fake magician.
THE GREAT AND POWERFUL PHOEBE!
Phoebe could have talked Norman (the android in the original “Star Trek” episode “I, Mudd”) to death: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WRtqmHpLvg :-)
And Marigold doesn’t like it. Will Phoebe wear a robe or a magician’s costume? Or will she just be a witch?
Don’t explain the joke, Phoebe…
A real fake magician. Isn’t that Mandrake’s gig?
The role of Starlight Glimmer is being played by Marigold Heavenly Nostrils…
So which one is Phoebe? Milli or Vanilli?
“I’m not a real double-talker, though when I double-talk I never fake the real double-talking…….”
But in the classroom, Dakota will know the difference . . .
Real magick, Phoebe? You have to use your soul. Humans have intuited a soul, but yet have not found it in their science nor a way to use it. Except among the few who claimed such whether an early psychiatrist like Heinroth, & Alistair Crowley who claimed to practice what he called “magick”.
In 1818 AD, Johann Christian August Heinroth, Doctor and Christian, invented the term “psychosomatic”. He clearly stated that insanity was not a bodily illness, but a spiritual choice that violates the conscience that is caused by sin and selfishness: “They [mental illnesses] all have a common starting point, a main principle to which they are subordinated: selfishness”. “This presents a difficult problem indeed for the world-man and the Self-man, who, till now, has been accustomed to live and seek his consciousness in these two elements alone. Nevertheless, if the voice of his conscience has indeed come awake, he will have no other choice. He must either live in permanent dissatisfaction, permanently divided against himself and his destiny, or else must obey the demands of his conscience, which is his only means of preserving unity and harmony within himself. His only other course is to deliberately kill his conscience, and thus gain apparent peace of mind bought at the price of self-stupefaction.”