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Can Non-Witches Cast Spells?And If So,How?

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Yes.  Witches do not have the corner on spellcrafting, lol.  When being a witch was tantamount to being burned at the stake, women resorted to what has been termed kitchen witchery, using combinations of herbs.  Prior to becoming a witch, I was able to do spellwork.  Being a witch is more than just spells, which anybody can do.  Being a witch is actually the practice of one's religious beliefs and one's relationship with the goddess and god.  Spellwork is only one very small piece of the puzzle, but interestingly is the one that tends to get the most attention.

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