Spellbinding Photos of Witches at Work in Romania
Witchcraft is big business in the Eastern European country, and photographer Lucia Sekerková has documented its magical rise for seven years.
A Witch's Guide to Cord Cutting, the Simple Ritual to Get Over Your Ex
Your step-by-step guide to a ritual that will help you let go of your ex, heal, and meet someone new.
Sophie Saint Thomas
Blink-182's Matt Skiba Said He Used Witchcraft to Sabotage Fyre Fest
"I consider myself a pagan and a witch. With every inch of my energy I wanted Fyre not to happen."
Did Twitter's CEO Ask Azaelia Banks for a Magical Amulet?
Some old tweets from the rapper seem to align with a mention in a Vanity Fair piece on Jack Dorsey, and witchcraft is afoot.
Meet The People Trying to Keep Assam's ‘Witches’ Alive
Hunting the witch-hunters can be a deadly affair.
Zeyad Masroor Khan
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A Canadian Woman Was Just Arrested and Charged with Witchcraft
Yes, Canada still has witchcraft laws, but they’re probably not what you think.
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We Asked a Witch If Beyoncé Could Be a Witch
Kimberly Thompson, a former drummer of Beyoncé's, filed a restraining order against the singer claiming she used "extreme witchcraft" against her.
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A Brief Timeline of Magic in Music
From Welsh witches to ambient incantations via David Bowie's goblin leggings.
The Film Shedding Light on the Modern-Day Witch Hunts in Zambia
Rungano Nyoni’s debut film, "I Am Not A Witch," was the talk of Cannes. She explains how she used satire to depict the struggles of a child accused of witchcraft.
The UN Will Hold Its First Meeting to Discuss Witchcraft-Related Violence
Every year, thousands of people are accused of witchcraft and face persecution, abuse, and even death. Now the United Nations is organizing to defend victims of witch hunts.
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We Asked an Urban Witch for Advice On What Spells To Cast In Summer
"I believe that if we choose to tune in, the tools most potent for our healing will make themselves known to us."
Inside the Ruined Castle of a Medieval Serial Killer
In the 17th century, Countess Elizabeth Bathory was accused of murdering some 650 women in modern-day Slovakia. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, that's a record.