Ages of Oz: What type of Magician are you?
Now it’s time for YOU to determine which brand of Magician you would be if you—like Glinda—lived in the Magical Land of Oz.
In A FIERY FRIENDSHIP, Glinda’s mother, Tilda, informs her about the Four Magical Pathways:
“We are all born predisposed to one of the Magical Pathways. Some of us have the talent to master all four. The strength of a Sorceress’s magic is guided by her intellect; she deals in enchantment. Witchcraft is connected to emotion; it effects transformation through incantation. Wizardry relies upon illusion and ambition. And finally, the craft of the Makewright is both humble and noble, in that he or she creates ordinary objects from materials imbued with magic, so that they may take on magical qualities of their own.”
“How does one know which sort of a Magician he or she is?” Glinda asked.
“The Magic knows,” Tilda explained. “And your spirit reaches out for the magic to which it is most suited.”
Glinda hesitated, then asked, “Which am I?”
“That is not for me to tell you,” said Tilda. “You and your magic must determine that on your own, together.”