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  • Age of Aquarius - the ‘‘New Age’ of mankind
  • Astral Plane - the world of the supernatural
  • Autumn Equinox - one of the four lesser Sabbats
  • Chakra - the spiritual energy centers of the human body
  • Challenge - tests courage before initiation into witchcraft
  • Charge - commands given by the Goddess to the High Priestess
  • Coven - a coven is a gathering of witches
  • Curse - the use of supernatural power to inflict harm
  • Exorcism - the expulsion of demons from a possessed body
  • Elizabethan Age - known as an era of intellectual growth and Renaissance. Intellecual growth led to persecution of the witches and believers in the witchcraft.
  • Fairy Ring - a powerful site where whitches perform spells
  • Goddess Venus - the goddess of love and beauty
  • Lycanthropy - the ability of a witch to change into an animal
  • Oath of Wicca - a binding oath to protect Wiccan secrets
  • Pagan - relating to non-orthodox religion
  • Pentacle - the pentacle is a witchcraft symbol
  • Sabbat - the name given to the principle festivals
  • Scarab - considered as a symbol of continuation of life through rebirth. Ancient Egyptians consider the scarab beetle a sacred insect
  • Solo Witch - a solo witch is a witch that practices witchcraft alone
  • Triple Goddess - the principle female deity of witch craft
  • Wand - a magickal rod used to perform magick and witchcraft
  • Witchcraft - in Europe the term witch is described as male or female shamans
  • Witch Hazel - were used as divining and dowsing rods to locate water or ‘witch’ a well or find hydration.

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