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In Webster’s dictionary, witchcraft is defined as the act or instance of employing sorcery, especially with malevolent intent: a magical rite or technique. The religious will say if you believe in God, and believe in what the Bible says, then you must believe in the powers of evil as well. You cannot take one side and then completely discount the other side...basically, evil power is real and witchcraft is the use of it. In reality, though, there is a very fine line between good and evil.

Sunday, November 16, 2014   Reads: 561   Submitted By: Medieval   Source: www.astralperceptions.com

Although belief in witchcraft has persisted in the American Midwest for nearly two centuries, Mysterious Heartland has found it surprisingly difficult to locate stories of witchcraft in the region. Never-the-less, we have scoured newspaper archives and dusty volumes to bring you some of the most exciting and obscure accounts of conjuring, hexes, and mistaken identity. Which story will prove to be the most compelling of them all?

Monday, September 15, 2014   Reads: 572   Submitted By: makleen   Source: mysteriousheartland.com

All of a sudden a coyote ran in front of us. We started to say a prayer - this was bad luck. We continued driving for I don't know how long when 3 more separate coyotes crossed in front of us. We were starting to become frightened.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014   Reads: 519   Submitted By: Medieval   Source: www.phantomsandmonsters.com

Lucy was 18 and left for Texas with the male leader of the bandits (the old woman's son). They made their home in the west and northwest regions of Texas. There she gave birth to her first son which is my Grandfather. There, she practiced and improve her skills.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014   Reads: 532   Submitted By: Medieval   Source: www.phantomsandmonsters.com

I have written extensively about the York County, PA Hex Murder (Rehmeyer Hollow) and some of the history of Pow-wow folk magic, Pennsylvania Dutch hex-meisters and witchcraft...including my personal experiences. Previous to the Rehmeyer murder was the Tumbling Run Valley 'Hex Cat' incident in Schuylkill County, PA. At the time, it was also a national story. I have included several reports of the incident and follow-up information.

Sunday, August 17, 2014   Reads: 579   Submitted By: Medieval   Source: www.astralperceptions.com

Witchcraft was a very serious and real thing to the colonists. The cult was believed to be a threat to the Christian Church, and everyone during the early 1700's was on the lookout for witches, who could be recognized by so-called unusual or mysterious behaviors.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014   Reads: 383   Submitted By: Medieval   Source: www.phantomsandmonsters.com



Thursday, March 6, 2014   Reads: 862   Submitted By: GhostDiaries   Source: theghostdiaries.com

I have written extensively about the York County, PA Hex Murder (Rehmeyer Hollow) and some of the history of Pow-wow folk magic, Pennsylvania Dutch hex-meisters and witchcraft...including my personal experiences. Previous to the Rehmeyer murder was the Tumbling Run Valley 'Hex Cat' incident in Schuylkill County, PA. At the time, it was also a national story. I have included several reports of the incident and follow-up information.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013   Reads: 492   Submitted By: Medieval   Source: www.phantomsandmonsters.com

A reader from Mississippi forwarded the following article from the Times Post in Houston, Mississippi, printed on October 30, 1996. After a bit of research, I came across an 1877 article from a local newspaper describing a similar location, but using a different name. The Natchez Trace had a reputation for thefts and murder (including the death of Meriwether Lewis)...as well as occult activity. Read the accounts below and tell me - are the Witch Dance and the Witches' Acre the same location?

Saturday, October 26, 2013   Reads: 554   Submitted By: Medieval   Source: www.phantomsandmonsters.com

Join Eric, Lon & Sean as we welcome lifelong witch & author Mya Om to BTE. Mya, who hails from Michigan, has traveled around the world. A lifelong witch, she was initiated into the Craft in 1998, after studying both Dianic and American Eclectic Wiccan traditions. She has written two books, 'Energy Essentials for Witches and Spellcasters' and 'The Un-Spell Book: Energy Essentials for Mastering Magick.' Make sure you mark this date and time down! LIVE Sunday October 20th at 8:00 PM ET / 7:00 PM CT - You can listen & chat on the network page at http://www.para-x.com/live.htm or use the show link at http://www.beyondtheedgeradio.com/listen-live-and-chat.html - Google+ Community https://plus.google.com/communities/111117077774636652698 - Call toll-free 1-877-677-2858

Wednesday, October 16, 2013   Reads: 495   Submitted By: Medieval   Source: www.para-x.com

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