An Actual Survival of Witchcraft

Most “survivals of ancient Witchcraft” are nonsense.  But this looks like evidence for a real one.

Over the centuries, many in the British Isles have appealed to witches in times of need–to cure a toothache, concoct a love potion, or curse a neighbor. Witchcraft, the rituals of a number of pagan belief systems, was thought to offer control of the world through rites and incantations. Common as it has been over the past several centuries, the practice is secretive and there are few written records. It tends to be passed down through families and never revealed to outsiders. But archaeologist Jacqui Wood has unearthed evidence of more than 40 witchy rituals beneath her own front yard, bringing to light an unknown branch of witchcraft possibly still practiced today.

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One Response to “An Actual Survival of Witchcraft”

  1. you never cease to amaze me patrick :)

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