Magical things happen. The glorious glow of the sunset, the elegant glide of the turkey vulture or the delight of conversation with friends. Such experiences of the magical are what gives life its zest.
To experience these things as magical is to experience the events as going over and beyond the merely natural. Thus, if naturalism is true, such experiences are all deceptive. And that makes naturalism a very dour doctrine indeed.
Yet even if naturalism is false, how can these experiences be of events going beyond the merely natural? A sunset is, after all, just light refracted in the atmosphere as the part of the earth on which one stands turns away from the sun. So there is something more going on than the physics describes. This something more could be intrinsic or relational or both. Perhaps the sunset reflects something much deeper beyond it. Or perhaps there is more in the very sunset than the physics describes.