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Author Topic: What language do you prefer for rituals?  (Read 8733 times)
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« Reply #24: May 13, 2010, 03:31:13 am »

Well. You have to be specific about which witchcraft you want. There are a LOT of different forms in Africa. There's a specific Italian witchcraft, called  Stregheria.  The Pennsylvania Dutch have a Christianized witchcraft, called Pow-Wow. In Peru, there are 'witch-doctors' called brujos or curanderos.   Do you see what I mean? Magic-making is world-wide.  Paganism and witchcraft can go hand in hand, but you don't necessarily have magic in ALL pagan beliefs...
Well, I didn't knew that. I have been looking for something that fits my needs, and I decided to study witchcraft. I'm from Belgium, so I think that I feel the most connected to witchcraft in Europe. I don't know why but I associate witchcraft with Great Britain... Is there something like Celtic witchcraft or something? I'm a little bit puzzled. Something like "plain" witchcraft doesn't exists then? And so magic is different within each culture then? This is getting confusing...really.

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