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Witchcraft U.S.A by Florence Hershman
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Witchcraft U.S.A

by Florence Hershman

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Today is the heyday of witchcraft in America. People are turning to witchcraft to solve problems, to cure illnesses of mind and body, to take them beyond materialism and give them new insight.

Who are these witches? Your babysitter, your next-door neighbor, a student in your town? What rituals do they practice?

An entertaining and absorbing exploration of the amazing revival of witchcraft – in small towns, in suburbia, in big cities. It tells why Americans are drawn to witchcraft, all about mail-order magic supplies, and the healing and destructive aspects of witchcraft. It describes how modern witches feel about sex rituals, Satanism, voodoo, and crystal balls. It tells why more and more witches say “I’m proud to be a witch.”
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