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taught all of her daughters witchcraft
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The Hogwarts Castle blanket features the famed school of witchcraft and wizardry and has owls at the top and bottom.
The Salem trials occurred in 1692, just as official witchcraft acts were being phased out in Europe.
In 1597, several years before taking the throne, James had written a book on witchcraft, Daemonologie.
Other curious Montreal prohibitions include paying with too many coins at check-out, dueling, practicing witchcraft, and holding more than two garage sales in a year.
Made famous by the accusations and trials concerning witchcraft in 1692, Salem is still riding the witchy wave today with a mecca of magical shops and tourism reflecting on those darker days.
Cerberus was also said to have been the companion of the Greek goddess Hecate, who ruled the night, the moon, magic and witchcraft.
Toward the end, my dad was driving her to doctors in L.A. and even down to Mexico for witchcraft.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina reimagines the origin and adventures of Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror, the occult, and — of course — witchcraft.
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First Known Use of witchcraft
before 12th century
Synonymsbewitchery, bewitchment, conjuring, devilry (or deviltry), diablerie, enchantment, ensorcellment, mojo, necromancy, sorcery, thaumaturgy, voodooism, magic, witchery, wizardry
Related Wordsabracadabra, amulet, charm, fetish (also fetich), mascot, periapt, phylactery, talisman; conjuration, glamour (also glamor), incantation, spell; curse, hex, jinx; augury, crystal gazing, divination, divining, forecasting, foreknowing, foreseeing, foretelling, fortune-telling, predicting, presaging, prognosticating, prophesying, soothsaying, sortilege; hexerei, hoodoo, occultism, spiritualism; augur, omen; exorcism; alchemy
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