MY NAME: TIFFANY AGE:17 YEARS OLD HAIR COLOR: BLACK EYES COLOR: BROWN FAVORITE ANIME: NARUTO FRUITS BASKET INUYASHA OTOGI ZOSHI SAMURAI X PICHI PICHI PITCH SUPERGALS TWIN SPICA SAIYUKI HARUKA TACTICS THE PRINCE OF TENNIS DRAGONBALL Z CAPETA GHOST AT SCHOOL AIRGEAR FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST FULLMETAL PANIC WITCH HUNTER ROBIN CHOBITS ALICE ACADEMY GHOST FIGHTER HUNTER X HUNTER YAMATO NADESHIKO SHICHI HENGE (PERFECT GIRL EVOLUTION) BLEACH AND MANY MANY MORE...=D
Witchcraft of one sort of another has been practiced in many cultures for thousands of years -- witches are shamans, priests and priestesses, historians, teachers, gods, and healers. (Some people who were considered witches include Greek philosopher Pythagoras, Roman poet Virgil, and Swiss physician Paracelsus.) But Western culture's fear of witches dates back to the 1400s, when they were first persecuted in Europe. Many people consider witch craft to be an evil thing, but for the select few who partake in this strange religion, and some may even call it a "past time" of the old country, witch craft is a way of believing in the supernatural. Many of the child abuse cases follow the same format of this one. The other, Raymond Bucky, was charged with child abuse and witch craft. Children get abused, people find out, children speak of rituals and acts performed by the accused, police investigate, and then release. Many delusional and mentally ill people have been known to practice witch like activities, and these activities have got them accused of witchcraft. Historically, witches have always been human magic-makers -- people who use folklore, nature, and old, deeply-felt superstitions and practices to change or influence events. When Christianity became the prevailing religion in Europe, many of the ancient "pagan" religions still survived, and these included magic-making practices.