Magi (ma.ji) 1. the three “wise men” who came from the east to Jerusalem to do homage to the infant Jesus. 2. the “Wise men or Zoroastrian priests of Ancient Media and Persia reputed to posses supernatural powers. (Matthew 2: 1-2) mage (mage) 1. [archaic] a magician. Magus (ma.ges) 1. an ancient astrologer or charlatan, esp. Simon Magus. Acts 8:9-24 wizard (wiz.ard) 1. one who professes to practice magic; a magician OR sorcerer. 2. a conjurer or juggler. 3. a person of high professional skill or knowledge. 4. magic [ME wysard, from wys – wise + -ard] ~The American College Dictionary (1953) “Consider the law, for all is law. Seek not that which is not of the law, for such exists only in the illusions of the senses.” ~ Thoth (The Emerald Tablets) [translation] “If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine” Star Wars ~ Oh-be-one can-know-be.