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Witchcraft may be defined for general purposes as the use of psychic power alone to commit some type of deed, whether good or foul. In traditional societies today, the word is synonymous with sorcery. But there is a distinction made between them by people who study the precepts created by these interesting people. Sorcerers are known to manipulate objects, while witches need only to think a thought to turn their emotions into a good or evil deed. Cultures vary in the characteristics they attribute to witches and in how witches cause harm or benefit. The Navajo associate witches with t…
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