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  • The main reason people are attracted to witchcraft is the prospect of working magic. But how does magick really work? It's not as spectacular as you might think.

    How Magic Works in Witchcraft

    How Magic Works in Witchcraft

    by Bev G5

  • While there are many types of witches, there are some telltale signs that may indicate you have witchy potential. People choose to be witches, contrary to the common belief that most are born into it. Here are the signs and characteristics of your modern-day witch.

    Am I a Witch? How to Tell If You're a Witch

    Am I a Witch? How to Tell If You're a Witch

    by Layne Holmes0

  • While herbs were put on this planet for a purpose to aid human beings in healing, unfortunately there are some herbs that are considered poisonous herbs. When we say poisonous herbs here, we are talking particularly poisonous for human consumption. Check out this list of a few of the poisonous herbs that have been used in folk magic in centuries past.

    A List of Poisonous Plants and Herbs and Their Lore

    A List of Poisonous Plants and Herbs and Their Lore

    by Kitty Fields29

  • A look at what witch marks meant back in the days of the witch trials and how someone with one or more could be condemned as a witch in league with the Devil.

    What Is a Witch's Mark?

    What Is a Witch's Mark?

    by Bev G1

  • When witches talk of their power, they are referring to energy. This energy is within everyone, because everyone, and everything, is made up of energy. Every person who lives an enchanted life should have an idea of where energy comes from, how to move it, and the circuits it takes in the body.

    The Witches' Power: Energy Sources, Circuits, and Transfers

    The Witches' Power: Energy Sources, Circuits, and Transfers

    by Amanda Wilson2

  • A successful witch knows all about the Law of Attraction, it's what makes the wheels of magic turn. When you work with LoA, you are working with the flow of universal energy.

    Witchcraft and the Law of Attraction

    Witchcraft and the Law of Attraction

    by Bev G8

  • What is witchcraft and where did it come from? Do you really know the history of witchcraft and what it's all about? The origin of witchcraft is widely speculated and highly debated within the witch community.

    An Introduction to Witchcraft

    An Introduction to Witchcraft

    by Gemma Newey1

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