Witchcraft in History

Witchcraft in History

The word “witch” comes from the Anglo-Saxon word “Wicca,” which comes from the word  “wicce,” meaning “wise.”

The origin of the word dates back to thousands of years when people widely worshiped Mother Earth or Nature as goddesses.

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Witchcraft around the world

Witchcraft around the world

Wherever you may be, know that witchcraft is practiced in Asia, Africa, North and South America, Europe, and Australia. In fact… the only continent where I couldn’t find any evidence of witchcraft is in Antarctica.

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Witchcraft Trials Are Happening Right Now In Ghana

Witchcraft Trials Are Happening Right Now In Ghana

Ghana’s citizens practice their religions religiously. All throughout the country, you’ll find churches, mosques and pagan altars.

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Would You Qualify As A Witch in 1692?

Would You Qualify As A Witch in 1692?

If you were alive in 1692 when Witchcraft trials were in full swing, find out whether you being as you are now would be charged with witchcraft based on their checklist.

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