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Every Witch Way
........21st-century witches have more in common with homeopaths and spiritual healers than they do with their fictionally embellished predecessors. There are those who use their knowledge and power for their own gains, but the majority of wiccans denounce any kind of black magic and, contrary to popular belief, don't sacrifice lambs or goats. Nor do they have anything to do with Satan........
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The Witche's Broomstick
The witch is a central symbol of Halloween. The name comes from the Saxon wica, meaning wise one. When setting out for a Sabbath, witches rubbed a sacred ointment onto their skin. This gave them a feeling of flying, and if they had been fasting they felt even giddier. Some witches rode on horseback, but poor witches went on foot and carried a broom or a pole to aid in vaulting over streams. In England when new witches were initiated they were often blindfolded, smeared with flying ointment and placed on a broomstick........
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Definition of a Magic Spell
a verbal formula believed to have magical force. Place under a spell or a psychological state induced by (or as if induced by) a magical incantation.
Wicca is a fertility religion that celebrates the natural world and the seasonal cycles that are central to farming societies. It acknowledges the Goddess as the feminine side of a deity called God. Witches worship both Goddess and God in various personifications, including ancient gods and goddesses. Rites are tied to the cycles of the moon, which is the symbol of the power of the Goddess, and to the seasons of the year. Religious holidays are called sabbats. There are four major sabbats: Imbolc (February 1), Beltane (April 30), Lugnasadh or Lammas (July 31), and Samhain (October 31).
Note: Spells and/or Potions are sometimes the same thing.
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After you sweep your home or apartment one last time, leave the broom in the corner (bristles upward) to ensure good fortune to the home and your family. This is a broom spell that has been used for many years and is still used today. The purpose of the spell is to remove the last of your energies from your home (the sweeping) and to leave a gift for the Goddess thanking her for your family's health and happiness.
Witches: Monsters or not?
by Marci Schwartz
The other witch that not many people know of is the modern day witch. They are more like the yoga-doing, incense-burning, nature loving following that practice the Wiccan religion. They are not associated with evil or Satan, nor do they dress in gothic attire. Instead, these witches are all around you and are a peaceful earth-based religion that worships a god and goddess. They care a great deal about nature and work on channeling energy within themselves. They do not have supernatural powers, nor do they cast spells. Instead, today's witches learn how to use the natural energy you are born with and use it in his or her life.
Witches. Myth born in Reality, or Reality born in Myth?
James G Montgomery