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We are not evil We dont harm or seduce We are not dangerous We are ordinary people like you We have families jobs hopes and dreams We are not a cult This religion is not a joke We are not what you think we are from looking at the TV We are real We laugh we cry We are serious We have a sense of humor You dont have to be afraid of us We dont want to convert you And please dont try to convert us Just give us the same right we give you - to live in peace We are much more similar to you than you think -Margot Adler- These words spoken by a true witch are replies to many stereotypes made by people all over the world about witchcraft or Wicca the true word for the craft of witches The history of this mystic pagan religion has been tainted by historians thought the years in books filled with prejudice and fear It is hard to uncover the truth but as more and more brave souls step forward and proudly proclaim themselves witches or Wiccans we are able to learn more and more about our true ancestry Ten of thousands of years ago our ancestors lived very close to the land They hunted and harvested fruits and seeds from their environments and their respect for the creatures sharing the Earth was a constant point of reference in their day-to-day existence Because the world of our ancestors was a magical place filled with the spirits of plants and animals and because their experience had shown them that cooperation was more efficient than working alone it was only natural that a bond of cooperation with nature would be sought by them Thus was born the worlds oldest religion Witchcraft During the following centuries this religion developed naturally and easily to fit the needs of the People As closer bonds were
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