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WitchCraft and Wicca
In the 16th and 17th centuries, witchcraft was seen everywhere, or at least people though it was everywhere. People didn't actually find real witches, but felt it was their duty to burn someone at the stake if she or even he was believed to be a witch, be possessed by a spirit or do something unexplainable. Throughout history, witches have been hated, persecuted, tortured and even killed as many willingly point out. Many people in the Salem witch trials were believed of being witches, example of things they were accused of being witches for were:
- Un- explainable doings
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