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Any one practice sorcery or witchcraft?
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yes.. monkeyz magicz
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witchcraft is real in the sense that an imaginary friend is real to a four year old >.>
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Nakapagpabagabag wrote:

No.

and isn't this a little bit...weird?


I agree;

Why should we practice something like that?


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thenatureofthings wrote:

witchcraft is real in the sense that an imaginary friend is real to a four year old >.>


well i had a 4 year old (she just turned 5) and she didn't have any imaginary friends, but apparently witchcraft was real enough in the middle ages to put THOUSANDS of people to death for it.

and it's recognised by the US ARMY as a religion.

And oh yeah... beleiving in god is like talking to an imaginary friend.


Prayer: The way that christians feel better about doing nothing at all.


Meditiation: Way of focusing your mind.
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Posted 5/20/08

Dusterbayala wrote:


thenatureofthings wrote:

witchcraft is real in the sense that an imaginary friend is real to a four year old >.>


well i had a 4 year old (she just turned 5) and she didn't have any imaginary friends, but apparently witchcraft was real enough in the middle ages to put THOUSANDS of people to death for it.

and it's recognised by the US ARMY as a religion.

And oh yeah... beleiving in god is like talking to an imaginary friend.


Prayer: The way that christians feel better about doing nothing at all.


Meditiation: Way of focusing your mind.


People persecuted the witches because back then there was almost nothing to do. Witchcraft is 100% fake. I absolutely refuse to believe it unless there is some concrete proof, like killing a person with a voodoo doll or cursing someone.
Posted 5/20/08

Dusterbayala wrote:


thenatureofthings wrote:

witchcraft is real in the sense that an imaginary friend is real to a four year old >.>


well i had a 4 year old (she just turned 5) and she didn't have any imaginary friends, but apparently witchcraft was real enough in the middle ages to put THOUSANDS of people to death for it.

and it's recognised by the US ARMY as a religion.

And oh yeah... beleiving in god is like talking to an imaginary friend.


Prayer: The way that christians feel better about doing nothing at all.


Meditiation: Way of focusing your mind.


*sighs* I totally saw this one coming :\

People put eachother to death for the stupidist reasons and bringing up the middle ages or salem doesn't prove a point because people are idiots. The US army just resently caved into listing Wiccan as a religion because they were getting endless crap because some Wiccan Lt. that died and the family had kittens because the army wouldn't put the Wiccan symbol on his grave >.<

Not everyone had a imaginary friend... but most most toddlers to young children make one. So congrats that your child seems more well adjusted then others
Posted 5/20/08 , edited 5/20/08
^It is now.


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i'm witch
sabrina the teenage witch


More like sabrina the teenage bitch
Posted 5/20/08 , edited 5/20/08
No? Why would I when I have a life?

NVM I get it now, still no though.... xD
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Unknown-User wrote:


sweet_impact wrote:

i'm witch
sabrina the teenage witch


More like sabrina the teenage bitch


PURE WIN.
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i know demonology rights and fiets but iv never tried to use em cuz i know they wont work
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Dusterbayala wrote:

Anyway, Yeah i used to be a witch.


really? i never noticed...
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pyromaniachaos777 wrote:


Dusterbayala wrote:


thenatureofthings wrote:

witchcraft is real in the sense that an imaginary friend is real to a four year old >.>


well i had a 4 year old (she just turned 5) and she didn't have any imaginary friends, but apparently witchcraft was real enough in the middle ages to put THOUSANDS of people to death for it.

and it's recognised by the US ARMY as a religion.

And oh yeah... beleiving in god is like talking to an imaginary friend.


Prayer: The way that christians feel better about doing nothing at all.


Meditiation: Way of focusing your mind.


People persecuted the witches because back then there was almost nothing to do. Witchcraft is 100% fake. I absolutely refuse to believe it unless there is some concrete proof, like killing a person with a voodoo doll or cursing someone.


voodoo is NOT witchcraft, it's VOODOO.. two different things my friend..

And how can you provide proof? LOOK AROUND, see those trees? see the wind? see the fire burning int he furnace in your home? Where do you think those elements came from?

Just for knowledge:


Wiccan:
For most Wiccans, Wicca is a duotheistic religion worshipping a God and a Goddess, who are seen as complementary polarities, and "embodiments of a life-force manifest in nature."[8] They are sometimes symbolised as the Sun and Moon, and from her lunar associations the Goddess becomes a Triple Goddess with aspects of "Maiden", "Mother" and "Crone". Some Wiccans see the Goddess as pre-eminent, since she contains and conceives all; the God is the spark of life and inspiration within her, simultaneously her lover and her child. This is reflected in the traditional structure of the coven.[9] In some traditions, notably feminist Dianic Wicca, the Goddess is seen as complete unto herself, and the God is not worshipped at all. Wicca is essentially an immanent religion, and for some Wiccans, this idea also involves elements of animism. A key belief in Wicca is that the goddesses and gods are able to manifest in personal form, most importantly through the bodies of Priestesses and Priests via the ritual of Drawing down the Moon (or Drawing down the Sun).

According to Gardner, the gods of Wicca are ancient gods of the British Isles: a Horned God and a Great Mother goddess.[10] Gardner also states that a being higher than any of these tribal gods is recognised by the witches as Prime Mover, but remains unknowable.[11] Patricia Crowther has called this supreme godhead Dryghten,[12] and some link this to ideas of a pantheistic view of God, such as the Hindu Brahman.

Some Wiccans have a monotheistic belief in the Goddess and God as One. Many have a duotheistic conception of deity as a Goddess (of Moon, Earth and sea) and a God (of forest, hunting and the animal realm). This concept is often extended into a kind of polytheism by the belief that the gods and goddesses of all cultures are aspects of this pair (or of the Goddess alone). Others hold the various gods and goddesses to be separate and distinct. Still others do not believe in the gods as real personalities, but see them as archetypes or thoughtforms.[13] Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone have observed that Wicca is becoming more polytheistic as it matures, and embracing a more traditional pagan world-view.[14]

Beliefs in the afterlife vary among Wiccans, though some support reincarnation. Reincarnation is a traditional Wiccan teaching - Raymond Buckland holds that a soul always reincarnates into the same species,[15] though this belief is not universal.


Christian:
Its followers, known as Christians, believe that Jesus is[8] the Son of God and the Messiah (or Christ) prophesied in the Old Testament, the part of their scriptures they have in common with Judaism.[9] To Christians, Jesus Christ is a teacher, the model of a pious life, the revealer of God, the mediator of salvation[clarify] and the saviour who suffered, died and was resurrected in order to bring about salvation from sin for all.[clarify][10] Christians maintain that Jesus ascended into heaven and most denominations teach that Jesus will judge the living and the dead, granting everlasting life to his followers. Christians describe the New Testament account of Jesus' ministry as the Gospel, or "good news".

The Trinity is often regarded as an essential doctrine of mainstream Christianity. The common understanding of the Holy Trinity, espoused in the Nicene Creed, is one God who exists in three Persons – Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit – who are coequal, co-eternal, of the same substance. "Father, Son and Holy Spirit" represents both the immanence and transcendence of God. God is believed to be infinite and God's presence may be perceived through the actions of Jesus and the Holy Spirit.[11]



Just because christianity is more popular and more well known, does NOT mean that EITHER are TRUE, each person must make their own choice on what they believe in and no one person can tell them what to believe, for a person to truely believe in ANYTHING, they must find their OWN form of proof, for some people belief in christianity comes from a feeling in their heart, while some believers of wiccanism comes from the wind blowing outside.

Belief is nothing that can be proven by any scientific means in any way shape or form, for those people who are trying to find proof to any form of religion be it wiccanism, satanism, christianity, buddism, or even taoism, it's ALL based on what an individual can make true in their own minds.

Don't bask someone else's religion because you don't believe in it, learn to embrace and accept the people who are different, their ideas and backgrounds make the world a more interesting place. Without the differences in people we'd all be clones living the same lives and be BORED out of our MINDS...

I'm not bashing nor defending anyone's religion here, i'm just trying to make a point, that the most popular religion bases it's ideas on FAITH, maybe that's what wiccans and voodoo people do as well? Learn to be more accepting of what you don't know and learn from it rather then hate on other people and try to make them conform to your standards of what you feel is "normal" and "right" and "not weird"

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Did I EVER compare witchcraft and Christianity? Please read more carefully.

I really dislike it when people use something all powerful or an omniscient being to explain everything. The trees came from seeds, the wind came from the air and gases of the planet's atmosphere, and the fire came from the friction of two objects. No spirits or magic ever caused it to just.... magically occur.
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i believe that there is such a thing as black magic because there are a lot of people who practice in India.However it is haram(forbidden) in Islam,so no,i dont practice it.
White magic,i've actually seen it in practice,when my maid consulted my Quran teacher on her new husband who was displaying erratic behavior.Within one month every thing he said about him came true,he was a drunk,womaniser and a fraud with 7 brothers and sisters.This,only with his birthdate,full name and some other information.
Posted 5/20/08 , edited 5/20/08

pyromaniachaos777 wrote:

Did I EVER compare witchcraft and Christianity? Please read more carefully.

I really dislike it when people use something all powerful or an omniscient being to explain everything. The trees came from seeds, the wind came from the air and gases of the planet's atmosphere, and the fire came from the friction of two objects. No spirits or magic ever caused it to just.... magically occur.


eh... I suppose this is more of a quote to wiccan girl then pyro but still

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