witchcraft

December 5th, 2016 | 67 Entries

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67 Entries for “witchcraft”

  1. Perhaps your religion is the real witchcraft, and ours of spells and potions is the common place. Perhaps the very thought of any higher being is a sense of witchcraft. Perhaps we are all wrong, and maybe we are all right.

    By Michaela Pelerin URL on 12.06.2016

  2. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, I’m a Ravenclaw, wouldn’t it be amazing to be a witch in Harry Potter’s world and go to a wizarding school like Hogwarts.

    By Riv on 12.06.2016

  3. When I think about witches the first thing that comes to my mind is actually magic in a bad way. Because people look for/call witches when they think that they are in the effect of a spell. They demand the help of witches when they want to break the spell. This can also be the vice versa :when a person wants to affect someone using magic he/she can search for a witch as well. The witchcraft is the profession of making the aforementioned stuff by claiming that you have supernatural powers such as seeing the future, making a person in love with someone else etc. Some communities believe in witchcraft while other don’t. There are also many films and books about this word, but it isn’t a just fictional word. Even though we don’t encounter with it quite often nowadays, this wasn’t the case 100 years ago. People actually believed in witchcraft then, and although vanished there are still a non-negligible amount of people who respect them.

    By Selin Gören on 12.06.2016

  4. Witchcraft is not necessarily the best thing in this world. But I think it would be amazing to be able to do spells. It would be lots of fun if you don’t use it in the wrong way. But witchcraft is really important if you are a witch because you need to practice a lot.

    By Melis Sezginel on 12.06.2016

  5. She did witchcraft on the frog and made it become a human.

    By Simon Woodard on 12.06.2016

  6. witchcraft reminds me of something dark. it can mean dark magic but there is a bad person involved in it like what it is in books. there is something going on that other people don’t want.

    By Ela on 12.06.2016

  7. For me witchcraft has a negative meaning because when someone says witch the first thing that cames my mind is an ugly women who makes bad magics to other people.

    By Alp on 12.06.2016

  8. impossible things could be happen by it, but it is never real.

    By Ceyhun on 12.06.2016

  9. I hate books about witches and magical, mystical forests, cauldrons and cackling. Feminism gone bad.

    By sharon URL on 12.06.2016

  10. Chemistry used to be named as witchcraft in early ages, because people couldn’t find any explanation for them. For example, pills were ending diseases, causing them to be named as witchcraft.

    By Ege Kutlubaş on 12.06.2016

  11. i summoned a demon, again, this happens far too often. ” you messed up my familiar says from my shoulder. you think that you would ave learned from the first time this happened but no you had to go back in a fuck it all up

    By Elise Rivera URL on 12.06.2016

  12. the misusage of power can be a synonm for the word because this is somting not real andd can only exist in fictional stories, however it represent the misusage of the power people tend to use.

    By Can on 12.06.2016

  13. People have tendency to believe in that kind of things because these are sources of their hope.

    By Ceyhun on 12.06.2016

  14. I think about the inquisition. people used to hunt women in order to see whether they are witches or not. they would drop them to a river, if the women would survive somehow then they would think she is a witch. If the other way around then she would just die for nothing.

    By Gizem on 12.06.2016

  15. She moved around in circles, her arms swaying feverishly above her head. The wind kissed her frizzy, long, unkempt locks and her gaze was a constant fix upon the full moon. The men sitting nearby were trembling in fear. She was supremely powerful, and this scared them – her mysterious, unknown powers that they couldn’t explain.

    By Rums on 12.06.2016

  16. I think about the inquisition. back them people used to think women as witches and they would hunt them to see whether are they or not.

    By Gizem on 12.06.2016

  17. Magic, old lady, broom, flying, little children, ugly ladies.

    By Görkem on 12.06.2016

  18. Witchcraft. Magic. Everything you want, just after telling a spell. Who wouldn’t want to make this world a greater place? Wands up everyone. Against hatred, against tears, against betrayal. Wands up. For a life to live, with everyone you like. Have the greatest memories that you can ever have. Wands up!

    By Bilge Koçak on 12.06.2016

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    By Linaj Friwanka on 12.06.2016

  20. Is “witchcraft” real? Like any good question, I would say the answer is “it depends.” For sure, there is something called witchcraft. You can even go buy books on about it. I believe it’s “real,” in the sense that it has been expressed in some kind of tangible way. But how does it work, what is its source of power?

    By Zeynep Serinkan on 12.06.2016

  21. Witchcraft is an nonexistant concept perviously used to put the blame for unexplicable things on people, or to make up allegations against people from thin air, most prominently in the Dark Ages, and even more prominently during the Salem Witch Trials.

    By Kaya on 12.06.2016

  22. This word is about witches, magicians or evil things. Since we know that “craft” is something like to create a thing, it’s probably about to do a spell but with evil thoughts.

    By Sezin on 12.06.2016

  23. Witchcraft is a evil magic that once people believed.

    By unknown person on 12.06.2016

  24. It’s an unusual thing to possess. But it wasn’t uncommon, just odd. No one dared to talk about it, it wasn’t right to express such a thing. Yet it didn’t stop the fascination behind it.

    By scarlett on 12.06.2016

  25. Under the light of the moon, the wisdom of the ages. Witchcraft – bewitching, beguiling.

    By Diana Probert URL on 12.06.2016

  26. Under my spell. The wisdom of the ages reveals itself. Bewitchingly beautiful.

    By Diana URL on 12.06.2016

  27. The Skeleton King reeled back as the green ethereal force struck his arm. Luckily it wasn’t his sword arm. The next blast of witchcraft he was able to knock back and return to the witch. His treasure was safe, but for how long?

    By Rover URL on 12.06.2016