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taught all of her daughters witchcraft
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Traditionally a witchcraft charge amounted to powerful men charging powerless women with a phony crime.
When the association finally triumphed last month — with the caps’ permanent dissolution — a saga marked by legislative twists and convolutions, procrastination and budgeting witchcraft finally came to an end.
This year's agenda includes the rising practice of witchcraft in Africa, cults in Latin America and learning how to tell the difference between psychological illness and demonic possession.
Being a millennial witch means practicing witchcraft in the modern age.
Banished to an island for her witchcraft, Circe, daughter of Helios, navigates visitors, prophecies, magic, and love with ingenuity and bravery, turning this story into an epic page turner. 2.
Banks also claims to practice witchcraft — which caused her to run afoul of animal rights organizations.
Her dictator father reportedly beat her up in a family spat in 2013, and Ms. Karimova publicly accused her mother and younger sister, Lola, of witchcraft, among other things.
Kek worship and Tumblr's version of witchcraft aren’t the first religions to burst forth from the internet's skull, and all of them are similarly shining examples of Poe’s Law.
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WITCHCRAFT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of witchcraft for English Language Learners
: magical things that are done by witches : the use of magical powers obtained especially from evil spirits
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