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Sigil (magic): Quiz

  

Question 1: Rural ________ utilize hexwork.
English AmericanGerman AmericanPennsylvania DutchGerman Texan

Question 2: ________ ISBN 1-872189-58-X
Austin Osman SpareEarth InfernoAleister CrowleyChaos magic

Question 3: The term was popularized (if not coined) by ________.
Animal ManThe InvisiblesGrant MorrisonGrant Morrison bibliography

Question 4: In modern uses, the concept was mostly popularized by ________, who published a method by which the words of a statement of intent are reduced into an abstract design; the sigil is then charged with the will of the creator.
Earth InfernoAleister CrowleyChaos magicAustin Osman Spare

Question 5: Sigils are commonly found in Jewish mysticism and Kabbalistic magic (being a special focus of Sefer Raziel HaMalakh and other ________ Jewish mystical sources), upon which much of Western magic is based.
Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesLate Middle Ages

Question 6: In ________ tantra, a yantra serves to focus and concentrate mental and esoteric energy.
HinduismHinduRamaVaishnavism

Question 7: The magical training books called ________ often listed pages of such sigils.
WitchcraftMagic (paranormal)GnosticismGrimoire

Question 8: A particularly well-known list is in the ________, in which the sigils of the 72 princes of the hierarchy of hell are given for the magician's use.
The Lesser Key of SolomonMagic (paranormal)GrimoirePseudomonarchia Daemonum

Question 9: ________ practitioners use veves to summon the loa.
Haitian VodouWest African VodunCandombléOrisha

Question 10: The term sigil derives from the ________ sigillum, meaning "seal", though it may also be related to the Hebrew סגולה (segulah meaning "word, action, or item of spiritual effect").
Old LatinVulgar LatinLatinRoman Empire
















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