Magic (noun): a process or outcome that is outside of human explanation.
There are three types of magic with which we are familiar: false magic, human magic, and deep magic.
False magic encompasses everything from the simple deception of how investors grow money to the dull imaginations of a person who believes that heaven must be a magical place populated with unicorns, cotton candy, and virgins.
Human magic is a gift from the one who creates the true, deep magic. Our magic is what we create: drawing, knitting, buildings, sculpture, complex circuitry, philosophy, and stories (to name a few). In short, human magic is the product of our imaginations when we make something useful and beautiful.
Deep magic undergirds all other forms of magic and makes it possible for them to even exist. Deep magic forms all things from no things. It makes the sequoia sprout from a tiny seed. It creates the forces of nature that form the foundations of the universe—the laws of physics that make it possible for man to build Capital Gate in Dubai or Giza’s Great Pyramid. If you analyze a scientific process, you are working out infinitesimal bits and pieces of how deep magic works. But deep magic is not only an explanation of HOW a process works, it is the reason WHY it works. And why something works is not a question that can be answered by science. “Why?” is a question for the Great Magician.