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Normally I would say no as I do not believe in anything supernatural. However, a few years back I was in a new relationship with a girl who was Wiccan. I woke up one morning with an irresistible urge to see her and tell her I loved her, something I had not done before. Definitely very unusual behavior for me. She told me later that the night before she and her Wiccan friends had prayed(?) for me to open my heart. It was quite bizarre. Later on in the relationship I would tease her that I only fell in love with her because she put a spell on me.
witchcraft has been around for quite sime time and i have researched about it. witchcraft, many people think it is a myth. but there are wickens, a religion that believes all about witchcraft. witchcraft is real in todays society. hope this answers ur question
Witchcraft and Satan-worship are both very real. Many Christians don't celebrate Halloween because it originated as a day to worship the devil. Some people just go trick-or-treating as a tradition, like me.
The practice of witchcraft is very real; whether you believe it works or not, there are witches all across the globe such as myself practicing magick. (I use the archaic spelling.) I don't believe in Satan, and I don't worship what I don't believe in. My abilities are used to help people. Halloween, or Samhain to us, has nothing to do with Satan; it is a day when the connection between this world and other worlds are the most open, and we dress up to scare off evil spirits while we speak to and honor the spirits of the departed. A lot of Christian holidays are set up on pagan holidays; for example, Jesus was not really born on December 25th. The Church made that a holiday in an attempt to attract more pagans to conversion. Hopefully that helps clear some stuff up. Blessed be! :)