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    Witches Vocabulary Word List (142)

    A)Afraid, Altar, Anti-Christian, Association, Assumption, Athame
    B)Bad luck, Believer, Beltane, Bewitch, Black, Black cat, Brew, Broom
    C)Candlemas, Cauldron, Caution, Celtic, Chalice, Circle, Cloak, Cone of power, Coven, Crystals
    D)Damage, Daring, Dark, Deed, Demon, Devil, Devil marks, Different, Divination, Doom, Dragons
    E)Esbat, Evil, Evil eye
    F)Faery, Familiar, Fear, Formula
    G)Goat’s face, Goddess, Gossip
    H)Halloween, Harm, Helper, Herbs, Hover, Hysteria
    I)Incantation, Incense, Initiation, Innuendo, Invisible, Isolated
    J)Jack-o-lantern
    K)Keen, Kettle, Knowledge
    L)Lamentation, Lammas, Life, Location, Locks, Lughnassad
    M)Mabon, Magic, Magical, Meetings, Misfortune, Misinformation, Misunderstandings, Monster, Moon, Mystery
    N)Nature, Negative
    O)Ostara, Outdoors
    P)Pagan, Pendulum, Pentacle, Persecution, Potion, Power, Practice, Property
    Q)Quake, Quantity, Quick, Quiver
    R)Recitation, Religion, Rite, Ritual, Robes, Rumor
    S)Sabbat, Sabbath, Sacrifice, Samhain, Satan, Scary, Sell, Sensitivity, Shamanism, Solstice, Sorcerer, Soul, Spell, Spells, Spirit, Spirits, Stereotyping, Stories, Suffering, Summon, Supernatural, Superstition, Suspect, Suspicion
    T)Tarot, Thirteen, Torture
    U)Uneasy, Unnatural, Unusual
    V)Variety, Various, Victim, Voodoo
    W)Wand, Warlock, Wicca, Witch, Witches’ Sabbath, Worrisome, Worship
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    Y)Yule
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    Names of some well-known witches: Circe = featured in Homer’s Odyssey, Medea = helped Jason get the Golden Fleece, Joan of Arc = French citizen burned at the stake

    Examples of tests to see if a woman was a witch: birthmarks, moles, scars and unusual markings
    Note: Some words and information adapted from the Book of Shadows from Dennyse Dias
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