I'm not sure this is very helpful to you but I have two thoughts on "magic"...
First, that everyday life is magical. Everything people do and encounter is almost unbelievable when I really consider it and not let everything blend into the background. Eating and digestion, our own bodies, other sentient beings, the natural intelligence in everything. Just amazing!
Second, I have been reading a lot of Stephen Buhner lately and really fascinated by his method of communicating with plants, organs, etc, as well as his explanation of sensory gating. That may be something you want to check out. I can't remember which of his books talks most about communicating with plants, organs, etc - Possibly Sacred Plant Medicine or Secret teachings of Plants. The gating explanation (where, essentially, culture limits our perception of reality from the FULL spectrum of perception we are born with), limiting certain types of perceptions, is really explored in Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm. I believe his original title for that book was "Gaia's Mind." An example of gating is, say, a child spends hours talking with plants. Adults tell them that it's not possible to talk to plants because they are inanimate. So that child grows into an adult who has lost the ability to talk to plants.
So maybe, some of these "supernatural" phenomena are simply perceptions/abilities that we have gated to be able to function in civilization.