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Witchcraft Glossary Witchcraft Glossary give discussions to myth and ritual,alchemistry and other relatives,witchcraft and witchery!Witchcraft, in various historical, anthropological, religious and mythological contexts, is the alleged use of supernatural or magical powers. Historically, it was widely believed that witchcraft involved the use of these powers to inflict harm upon members of a community or their property.

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 Since the mid 20th century, the term witchcraft has sometimes been used to distinguish between bad witchcraft and good witchcraft, with the latter often involving healing. The concept of witchcraft as harmful is normally treated as a cultural ideology, a means of explaining human misfortune by blaming it either on a supernatural entity or a known person in the community. A witch (from Old English wicce f. / wicca m.) is a practitioner of witchcraft.

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 The "witch-cult hypothesis", a controversial theory that European witchcraft was a suppressed pagan religion, was popular in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Since the mid-20th century, Witchcraft has become the self-designation of a branch of neopaganism, especially in the Wicca tradition following Gerald Gardner, who claimed a religious tradition of Witchcraft with pre-Christian roots.

 
 Contents: ipso facto |Ivy,english |Iceland Moss | |


 ipso facto:in ancient mesopotamia,this means an offence against the rule of the gods, a 'misdeed' against them, a 'sin'.1
 Ivy,english:Ivy,English(Hedera helix).POISONOUS!A Druid sacred herb.Connected with the Winter Solstice when it was used for decorating.Ivy provides protection when growing on or near a house.
 POISONOUS if eaten.It was carried by brides for good luck and love.A plant of Freyr,it was used as decoration at Yule.
 Iceland Moss:Iceland Moss.Can be added to prosperity bags or poppits when doing spellwork for increase of money.
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 1: see p.168,chapter 10,Magic and Medicine,The Exorcist,from Everyday Life in Ancient Mesopotamia,by Jean Bottéro,translated by Antonia Nevill.Published by Johns Hopkins University Press,Baltimore,Maryland 21218-4363;Originally published as Initiation à l'Orient ancien,by Editions du Seuil,Paris.

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