How do you identify a witch?


A witch is a female sorcerer, magician or a practitioner of witchcraft. There is bad and good witchcraft. Witches can be self-identified, In this case they will let you know what they are one and shre their beliefs. There are also witches who are secretive, they do not wish to be identified, and therefore, unless one witnesses an act of magic, it is difficult to identify the individual as a witch.
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Witches are identified when they start twitching their noses and brewing up big pots of magic potions. Samantha Stevens in Bewitched wouldn't stop twitching her nose.
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