Mismanjaya claims he can help you find long-lost loves, cure whatever is making you ill, and even make you rich. Just don't ask him to cast a hex on anyone.
Geralt's hanging up his gauntlets, but that doesn't mean that the events of 'The Witcher 3' shouldn't inspire some very different games.
Digital and electronic occultist Joshua Madara explores how technology and magic come together in his work.
A post accusing a woman of summoning a ghost that eats its victims from the inside out racked up three million views.
Acts of violence against those suspected of witchcraft are not uncommon in India, particularly in remote rural areas where tribal traditions and a lack of development help foster superstition.
The militants beheaded two woman and one of their husbands in Syria during the past week — reportedly the first time they have beheaded civilian females.
A new program run by a theatre company is teaching Papua New Guineans in remote communities how to combat violence against those suspected of witchcraft, who are often maimed, beheaded, or burned alive.
It's gotten to the point that yesterday a government worker admitted the country has a sorcery refugee problem on its hands.
Observers estimate that up to 150 accused witches may be murdered every year in the country, but most incidents are never investigated.
Oberon Zell-Ravenheart is an eccentric "wizard" who claims to have created the world's first "unicorn" by attaching a horn to a goat. He's also the founder of the Grey School for Wizardry, a nonfiction Hogwarts that inculcates students in the Dark Arts.
Twenty years after the Rwandan genocide, the country is still coming to terms with what took place during that period of extreme violence.