• Yes, but it's a secret so don't tell anyone.
  • They are all around you every day my friend.
  • Witches, yes, but not in the pointy black way. Many followers of Wicca or other Pagan religions refer to themselves as witches (although some prefer just "Wiccan" now, to avoid confusion) I have come across male pagans who call themselves warlocks, although its pretty rare- most stick to Witch or Wiccan. Demons, as far as I'm aware don't exist, at least not on this plane of existence.
  • absolutely
  • Gods, ghosts, goblins, fairies, elves, spirits, sprites, leprechauns, devils, demons, dragons, warlocks... if you have invisible, imaginary friends with supernatural powers you're credulous, and you should see the witch doctor to get treated for it.
  • fyi , a male witch is a witch . warlock just sounded better in the movies , look it up , it actually means "oath breaker " traiter . or someone that breaks a promise . a witch is a witch is a witch , they dont call it warlockcraft do they ? . male witches are called a witch.
  • If I ain't seen 'em, I don't believe in 'em.
  • Yes! Believe it!
  • Deuteronomy 18:10-12 mentions those who practice magic, sorcery, divination etc. Therefore, fortune telling and consulting spirit mediums have existed for centuries are in existence today. The question is, who is behind these things and why?
  • 5-29-2017 Well, sort of. In the bible, anybody who dealt with devil spirits was called a witch, and anybody who spoke for God was called a seer. Gradually, words from other languages and other religious backgrounds were added, and a lot of fiction too. Don't assume that everything you hear is a factual representation of history.

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