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Which Type of Witch Are You?

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Fantasy stories and history books tell just witches are warty old women with peaked hats, cackling over a cauldron. But is that actually true? Have you already dreamed of wielding the power to manipulate the winds or a potential lover’s heart with just a murmured incantation? To be a mystic, you have to face your fears and be willing to question everything you’ve ever encountered. Are you a candidate for the dark arts? Let’s find out!

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Did you know?

Modern Witches celebrate eight holidays per year

Like many cultures, those who practice witchcraft celebrate annual holidays. The eight holidays practiced by witches are Yule, Imbolc, Ostara, Beltane, Litha, Lammas, Mabon, and Samhain. These holidays are all represented on The Wheel of the Year. However, there are some smaller, less significant holidays that are also celebrated throughout the year. Yule is celebrated between December 20th and 23rd and represents the beginning of the new year. During this holiday, witches cast spells related to happiness and love. Imbolc is the holiday that celebrates the promise of spring and is celebrated on February 2nd. Ostara celebrates the official arrival of spring, and Beltane represents the halfway point between spring and summer. Litha, otherwise known as the summer solstice, marks the longest day of the year and is a time for witches to reaffirm their practice. Lammas is the first of the autumnal harvest festivals, followed by Mabon, and then Samhain. Samhain, which is also called All Hallows Eve, is the most recognized holiday by non-witches. This holiday is a celebration of the past and occurs on October 31st.

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