This chapter begins with an exploration of the otherworld and looks at the role of ritual in magicians' engagement with otherworldly reality. Ritual is a multi-modal symbolic form, and it focuses on its important role as a scaffolding for access to the otherworld. The chapter outlines the problematic relationship anthropology has had with magic. Opening up to otherworldly reality is a process that requires learning to interpret one's being within the wider magical whole learning to see connections between the planetary forces and the self. The chapter deals the creation of magical language in ritual as a symbolic system and as a means of bringing through magical power from the otherworld. It emphasis on the body and the development of the magical will. The chapter examines magical ideas and practices that focus on the themes of identity, gender and morality.