International Association of Magic
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Emblem of the International Association of Magic.
Flag of the International Association of Magic.
|Abbreviation||DEM (Pylosan) UVM (Neragese)|
|Motto||ᚪᚾᚪᛋᛏᛁᚦᛁᚳᛖ ᚪᛈᚩ ᛏᛁᛋ ᛋᛏᚪᚳᚻᛏᛖᛋ (αναστήθηκε από τις στάχτες)|
|Formation||1 Enero 1502 (established)|
31 Okjatab 1771 (renamed)
|Founded at||Neo-Odius, Neo-Calidum|
|Purpose||To unify all magical communities around the world.|
|United Magical Congress|
|$7.394 billion (1999)|
|Society of United Magicians|
The International Association of Magic, (Pylosan: Διεθνής Ένωση Μαγείας [ðieːθnɛːs enos maɣei̯as]; DEM), sometimes regionally named the Magical Alliance, is a worldwide academic association whose purpose is to unite all Mutamniers as well as non-Mutamni magicians from around the world. Based in Neo-Odius, Pylos where it was founded, the DEM was established 1 Enero 1502 by Amasius Kalandras originally under the name Society of United Magicians after which it was renamed on the 31 Okjatab 1771.
Since its inception, the DEM has encouraged further research into magic and has promoted the study and conservation of magical culture and history. Additionally, its main goal is to unify all magical communities around the world, and as of 2000 hosts around 495 representatives in its United Magical Congress. The International Association of Magic is headed by the Chief Warlock Florentina Heinsohn from Veragon, and the Secretary General Katsuo Taniguchi from Hoywako Horapon. The United Magical Congress consists of the Baraiosu Council as the upper house and the House of Representatives as the lower house.
- 1 History
- 2 Structure
- 3 Activities
- 4 Offices and headquarters
- 5 Controversies
Site Delta and onwards
United Magical Congress
House of Representatives
Offices and headquarters
Black Magic propaganda