Maybe it’s because back in Ye Olden Days witches were thought to have made pacts with the devil, but witchcraft and Satanism can often be conflated. We talk with Oakland’s Woke Witch to clear up the misconceptions about modern witchcraft to see how it differs from – and intersects with – modern Satanism. While some of the lingo (magic? will? spells? meditation? ritual?) may be different, we find that for the most part, we’re all striving to improve our lives and the lives of those around us.
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