In the esoteric books i read, it was stated that fire is not to be found in some chemicals which are reacting,
but that it is always waiting for “certain conditions” to manifest itself.
That science does not know what fire actually is, but only know physical footprints of the fire.
That in certain times of evolution, planets were not spheres but fiery disks.
Reminds me to the very, very early Rammstein song “Feuerräder”, and a line ot its refrain.
“Dort wo die Sterne waren, drehen sich die Feuerräder.”
So does that leave room, for being able to manifest fire from nothing? *(But your intention.)
In contrast to the often mentioned “omnipotence”, i have never heard of someone that would just manifest fire, but only could alter or irgnite one.
But i mean to manifest it, i don’t mean to ignite something “flammable”.
In theory, oxigen starts to burn at insanely high temperatures.
~But wouldn’t this mean, that even with its possibility known,
it would be in no way practical, because you could (?) just destroy your very body while trying to look like some avatar fanboy, right?
Ok, lets phrase that more understandable:
Do i need, to be a greatly skilled sorcerer/magician/operator,
to be able to manifest the fire element?
Is there just too much shit i need to learn, before actually performing the things i originally wanted?
*Its sucks when magic tries to act like a microsoft system.