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A Practical Guide to Witchcraft and Magic Spells by Cassandra Eason

A Practical Guide to Witchcraft and Magic Spells by Cassandra Eason

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By the late twentieth century in the USA, witchcraft had been
recognized as a valid religion by the American Supreme Court and
accepted by the American army, but other countries, including the UK,
are not so tolerant. What is more, in many lands, especially among
smaller communities, misunderstanding and prejudice still persist. In
the UK, for example, Wiccans who practice openly and have children
are sometimes regarded with suspicion by some health professionals.
My dear friend Lilian, a white witch and healer, recalls how one woman
passing her home would always cross herself and walk on the other
side of the street. I myself once volunteered to read the runes at the
local school fete to raise much-needed funds. I was told in no
uncertain terms by a member of the Parents' Committee that the

chairman of the school governors would not have any truck with the
occult. I was asked to bake Easter rabbit biscuits instead, but since my
domestic skills are far behind my divinatory ones, I declined.

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