It is an automated message, as Tim Lymington has commented. In addition to the closed question, there has been an additional question migrated to Meta, which means that it was off-topic on Main. That will also affect your statistics; instead of half being closed, it's two-thirds.
There is a bit more to the message:
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There is very little which can be done with the migrated question.
The closed question might be more on-topic on Linguistics.SE. However, that question contains the sentence Now, to "incantation" clearly has its roots in magic, which — apart from grammar — I think I'd take issue with: I would say it's the other way round and incantation for magic has its roots in chanted spells. The question also contains an admission "My question, therefore, is ultimately metaphysical." Does that mean it's about English?
I would counsel that these two questions demonstrate the need to be absolutely sure that the question is on-topic for the site. (That's a general point – any site, not just this one.)
The other question currently has no answers, but it's a bit disjointed. While it has no answers to upset, re-write it so that it's clear exactly what you are asking about. Again, make sure it's on-topic: a phrase like "I wondered how likely it would be..." sets alarm-bells ringing because (a) it's not a question; (b) any answer to your wondering is inherently opinion-based.