Witchcraft For All
by Louise Huebner
There are real witches today. Contrary to folk tales, they don't go riding about by night on brooms.
They don't cavort in the nude unless they have something very normal in mind, and they don't cackle
over cauldrons of vintage LSD. They do dabble in spells and chants, burning candles and employing powerful processes, but once the
mystery is stripped away, there is nothing much more strange connected with witchcraft than the mysteries of love and religion. In fact, when lovers light candles for dinner, and when churchgoers
light candles in prayer, they invoke a force that witches have always known to be beneficial.
As to whether witches are good or evil, that depends upon your point of view about what's good and