Witchcraft in Early Modern Germany

Alison Rowlands, professor of English at the University of Essex, examines the role of magic and ritual in early modern German popular culture. She explores the impact of the Reformation on German society and the witch persecutions, as well as the evolution of...

Brujeria – Mexican Witchcraft

Brujeria – Mexican WitchcraftBrujeria is a word that literally means “Witch Craft” in Spanish. Although most people associate the term with devil worship, this Mexican version is a blend of indigenous spiritual practices and healing practices. The...

Gardner Wicca – The Basics

Gardnerian Wicca is also known as a form of witchcraft. It was first practiced in the United Kingdom, in the 16th century. The beliefs behind this type of religion are the same as those of traditional witchcraft. It is said to be highly effective for promoting...

Can I Be a Witch?

You may be wondering, “Can I be a witch?” The answer is yes. In fact, witches come in all shapes and sizes. They’re a ragtag bunch of indie-pop vanguards, art-rock legends, and leftfield noisemakers. But, what does it take to be a witch? Let’s...