|“||Now is The Rising. Now is the time.||„|
|~ Maxim Horvath about The Rising.|
The Rising is a powerful and deadly magic curse that resurrects and commands a legion of long-dead sorcerers and it plays a major role in the 2010 Disney fantasy movie The Sorcerer's Apprentice. This magic was said to be sorcery's most dangerous spell that has ever existed.
Usage according to the legend of The Rising
This accursed ceremony can be done with incantations and a colossal, magical seal (whether it is the Merlin Circle or the Morgana Star). As the sorcerer or sorceress cites the incantations, he/she spews forth magical energy in the form of mystical fireballs in order to create a magical seal within the sky. The purpose of said magical seal is to both amplify the spell itself and construct the bridge between our world and the netherworld, thus enabling the summoned spirits of long-dead evil sorcerers to enter our world and return to their remains.
Once both the incantation and the magical seal are completed, a mass black cloud of dark energy that comes out of the used magic circle (right at the Love domain of the used magical seal), spew forth spirits of long dead evil sorcerers from the netherworld and those souls would immediately return to their original bodies buried in certain locations across the Earth and be reborn. Thus, when the ritual is complete and at full capacity, the caster would have the great powers and armies to enslave mortal humans.
As seen in the climax of the movie, the Rising can be perfected at its fullest extent if each location where each point of the sorcerous symbol positioned by a catalyst's said location, as seen why Maxim Horvath had 5 satellite dishes arranged before the Rising begins. Of course, the magical energy that is used for the Rising ritual would affect electromagnetic energy and it would affect the ritual's success rate if no catalyst were used. However, the Rising can be stopped if during the ceremony, the process were sabotaged, and if it happens, the used magical energy would implode at the caster's location, rendering the spellcaster to fall and become unconscious.
In addition, it appears that each deceased spellcaster affected by the Rising's effects are destroyed, as their corpses/remains are seen exploding.
The Rising has Begun
Morgana le Fay and her evil allies including the 2 well-known Morganians, Maxim Horvath and Abigail Williams seeks to begin this dark ritual and revived all past conjurers of dark magic and rule the Earth in darkness.
The ritual of the Rising began this time with five satellite dishes positioned at 5 different buildings in modern day Manhattan in order to form a magic circle and perfect the ritual, all planned by Horvath while setting Morgana free to help her to conduct and finish the ritual.
This magical and sinister event was stopped by Balthazar Blake with the help of Dave Stutler and his girlfriend Becky and set free his beloved Veronica Gorloisen from the evil Morgana le Fay's control.
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The Rising magic is featured as a plot element in the 2010 Nintendo DS videogame adaptation of Disney's The Sorcerer's Apprentice.
- According to Google Translate, the incantation for the Rising translates as: "I call citote O breath if they panic and fear, scared by the terrible explosion and the earth", "I call citote breath if they panic and fear, scared by the terrible eruption will call citote breath through a terrifying outbursts race and the earth", "I call for a kind of citote of the sortie with the spirit of the scarce and by the terrible without terror and trembling and overwhelmed with fear and trembling, I call for a citote and by the terrible difficulty of the sortie with the spirit of the kind of the dreadful crime and if", "But if I call for a spirit, and by the terrible and filled with terror and trembling, in the of the sortie and by the terrible I call for a scarcely so unnerved the citote", and "I call citote breath if they panic and fear, scared by the terrible eruption ...".
- The Rising was sometimes referred to in the Latin language as "Et Resurgens".