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The Outcasts When you hear the word magic what do you think of Sorcerers illusions or what about Merlin the magician Well all of those thoughts are correct The most common one though is known as the art of witchcraft Witchcraft has been practiced for thousands of years and for its entire existence the witches were made outcasts They could not show their faces in public areas without having people point and stare Deviance became their second nature There are many movies that talk about witches but one in particular shows the contrast between humans and witches The Craft To the other kids at St Bernard Academy they were the girls who didnt belong Bound together by the secret of witchcraft the foursome --Nancy Bonnie Rochelle and Sarah-- started hanging out in the woods practicing magical rites Drawing on the power of nature Sarah wishes that Chris a boy at their school really liked her Bonnie asks to be as beautiful on the inside as well as on the outside and Rochelle wants to be able to love those who hate her for her color Nancy is more ambitious and decides to absorb all the power of Manon the deity-figure who is all around They dress in all black they are considered the freaks of the school The only friends that they have are each other nobody else wants anything to do with them Throughout the hallways across the courtyard and even in class they would be stared at pointed at and even confronted and told that they are freaks After several years of being on the outside they decide that enough is enough They realize that the best way to get back at all the people that made fun of them would to put a spell on them That is exactly what happens It was fun at first but Nancy took it to the extreme and actually killed a guy that Sarah liked
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