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  • Top List Lucky Symbols That Every Witch MUST KNOW

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    Good luck: we all probably want more of it, so do the witches. Luck is known as a special type of spiritual energy for witches. If Wicca knows actually how to use them, these symbols will be worthy. Between witches and magic symbols, many people think that they have s strong connection with the spiritual world and ours. Below here are the most five popular and powerful Wiccan symbols for good luck. Discover the article right now and you will find the interesting meaning behind these magic symbols.

    Triple Spiral

    The first symbol that every witch must know is The Triple Spiral, or you can call as Triskele. The Triple Spiral represents the Triple Goddess. And, in particular, it is associated directly with the Celtic Goddess Brigid.

    The Triple Spiral is sometimes also used to stand for the three realms of land, sea, and sky. It is used in rituals for reference to a specific place or to earthy, wind, and sky.

    One explanation for the triple spiral is that each of these three branches represents one aspect of the Triple Goddess, which is the most important female deity within Wicca. When the attempt from this angle, it has the function as a symbol of protective good luck. According to some ancient theory in the witchcraft world, it’s a sign that the Goddess is watching over you. When the three elements found in us are in harmony, we open up to ourselves the luck and luck that the universe must provide.

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    Four-Leaf Clover

    The four-leaf clover stands for one of the most popular lucky symbols in the Witchcraft world. The four leaves meaning represent hope, faith, love, and luck. This is the most shared belief. Some say four leaves represent fame, wealth, love and health.

    A lot of people believe that four-leaf clover is one of the best good luck symbols around. The chance to explore the four-leaf clover is 1:10 000. Only for that reason do we find it truly blessed.

    The Number Three

    The spiritual meaning of number Three relates to magic, intuition, convenience, and advantage. This number evokes pure expression, flexibility, and creative joy. The number Three is also a time identifier because it stands for the Past, Present, and Future. Continuously Three in your life can symbolize the need to creatively express yourself or consider your current direction in relation to past events and future goals. Dad can also represent promising new adventures and ensure cooperation from other people you may need help with. These three represent symbolic rewards and success in most undertakings.


    The key has so far represented different spiritual signs as long as people have the keys. They are connected to gates and doors. They also mean unknowns, knowledge, mysteries, strengths, beginnings, new ways, forbidden things, and answers to curious questions. People refer to the symbolic key that is often associated with different literary idioms, specific gods or spiritual figures. In witchcraft history, the keys were often used as part of spells or other magical tools. 

    We in modern times still value the key as an important part of our daily lives. Keys like car keys and house keys are an example, but with digital locks, passwords and other technological advances. It is interesting to speculate whether the key will continue to make sense or not serve as a tool as in the past.

    Sometimes you see witches using a group of three keys as a lucky charm. This shows luck in the three main areas of life, health, wealth and love.

    Five-Pointed Star

    Five-pointed star symbol appears almost everywhere in Wicca and it is a symbol with a variety of meanings, including luck.

    When sailors have used the northern star to guide their journey across the ocean, we can also use the stars as a way to guide our path in life. Using the stars as part of divination and ritual spells will help you harness that source of spiritual direction.

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  • Essential Crystals for the Beginner Witch

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    You want to bring some crystals into your craft, but you're lost in the many lists of meanings and just want something simple. So, let’s take a look at the correspondences of five of the most "essential" stones for an aspiring crystal witch.

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    Clear Quartz

    Clear quartz is the most common mineral in the Earth's crust. Because it is found on nearly every continent on Earth, clear quartz is most likely the least expensive crystal on your shopping list. Clear Quartz is versatile and good for protection, healing, and clarity.

    When to use Clear Quartz

    Essentially, clear quartz is universally handy; if you don't have a particular stone for a spell. In addition to its amplification properties, it's unusually good for protection and healing spells, as well as providing clarity.

    Rose Quartz

    As you might guess, rose quartz, which color is caused by small amounts of titanium in the crystal, is a variety of quartz that gets its name from the rosy pink hue of the stone. Rose quartz is used to purify and open the heart at all levels to promote love, self-love, friendship, deep inner healing and feelings of peace. It can be used to help bring comfort in times of grief. It is known to repel feelings of heartbreak and anxiety. 

    When to use Rose Quartz

    Those with mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression can find rose quartz helpful on their road to recovery; although, of course, crystals are not a replacement for therapy and medication. Always consult with a doctor before supplementing with crystals.


    Amethyst is a protective stone and is also reputed to have sobering effects. Amethysts get their color from small amounts of iron deposited during the formation of the crystal that becomes irradiated by exposure to gamma rays.

    When to use Amethyst

    Amethyst is a powerful and protective stone. Amethyst can be used as a natural tranquilizer, as it relieves stress and strain, soothes irritability, balances mood swings, dispels anger, rage, fear, and anxiety. Amethyst activates spiritual awareness, opens intuition and enhances psychic abilities. It possesses strong healing and cleansing powers.

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    Selenite is a crystalline variety of the mineral gypsum. If placed in water, selenite will revert to gypsum. Selenite is most often transparent and colorless. Selenite can come in several colors, including grey, green, orange, and brown.

    When to use Selenite

    Selenite helps provide clarity of the mind, expanding one's awareness of the self and of one's surroundings. It helps open the crown and higher-crown chakras and accesses higher guidance from spirit guides.

    The crystal can be used to access past lives as well as future lives. Selenite is a calming stone that instills deep peace and is excellent for meditation or spiritual work. It assists judgment and insight. It clears confusion and aids in seeing the deeper picture.


    Hematite, also spelled hematite, is one of several mineral forms of iron oxide. It is the oldest known iron oxide mineral and is widespread in rocks and soils. Hematite is colored black to steel or silver-gray, brown to reddish-brown, or red.

    When to use Hematite

    Hematite is used for grounding and protection. It helps strengthen our connection with the earth, making us feel safe and secure. It endows us with courage, strength, endurance, and vitality.

    In ancient times, the crystal was believed to bring good luck. The Ancient Romans smeared hematite on their bodies, believing it would make them invisible in battle. 

    Hematite utilizes the magnetic qualities of our energies to balance the ethereal nervous system and the physical nervous system. It assists with focusing on energy and emotions on balance between the body, mind, and spirit. 

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  • A Brief History of the Salem Witch Trials

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    Salem is known as the city of witch. There were a lot of witch trials that occurred between 1692 and 1693 in here. More than 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft and 20 of them were executed. After that, the story of the trials has become tantamount with paranoia and injustice. It continues to beguile the popular imagination more than 300 years later.

    1. Context and origin of the Salem Witch Trial

    Belief in the supernatural, especially in the devil’s practice of giving certain humans (witches) the power to harm others in return for their loyalty–had emerged in Europe as early as the 14th century. This was widespread in colonial New England. Besides, the harsh realities of life in the rural Puritan community of Salem Village at the time included the after-effects of a British war with France in the American colonies in 1689. 

    2. Salem witch trials

    The Salem Witch Trials were a series of witchcraft cases brought before local magistrates in a settlement called Salem which was a part of the Massachusetts Bay colony in the 17th century.

    • Setting the scene

    The Salem Witch Trials began for the first time in February of 1692 when the afflicted girls accused the first three victims, Tituba, Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne. 

    • Salem struggling

    From the 1300s to the end of the 1600s, a "witchcraft craze" rippled through Europe. Most people executed were women. Although the Salem trials came on just as the European craze was winding down, local circumstances explain their onset.

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    • Restoring good names

    Artists and scientists alike continued to be fascinated by the Salem witch trials in the 20th century. Moreover, numerous hypotheses have been devised to explain the strange behavior that occurred in Salem in 1692.

    The General Court ordered a day of fasting and soul-searching for the tragedy of Salem on January 14, 1697. While, in 1702, the court declared the trials unlawful. Until 1711, the colony passed a bill restoring the rights and good names of those accused and granted £600 restitution to their heirs. However, more than 250 years later, in 1957, Massachusetts formally apologized for the events of 1692.

    • Salem witch trials executions

    English law at the time dictated that anyone who refused to enter a plea could be tortured in an attempt to force a plea out of them. This legal tactic was known as “peine forte et dure” which means “strong and harsh punishment.”

    The torture consisted of laying the prisoner on the ground, naked, with a board placed on top of him. Heavy stones were loaded onto the board and the weight was gradually increased until the prison either entered a plea or died.

    • Trials conclusion & legacy

    As the trials and executions continued, colonists began to doubt that so many people could be guilty of this crime. They feared many innocent people were being executed. Local clergymen began speaking out against the witch hunt and tried to persuade officials to stop the trials.

    Around the end of September, the use of spectral evidence was finally declared inadmissible, thus marking the beginning of the end of the Salem Witch Trials.
    Although spectral evidence, evidence-based on dreams and visions, wasn’t the only evidence used in court during the Salem Witch Trials, it was the most common evidence and the easiest evidence for accusers to fake.

    Other evidence used in the trials included confessions of the accused, possession of certain items such as poppets, ointments or books on the occult, as well as the presence of an alleged “witch’s teat”.

    • Salem witch trial victims

    A total of 19 accused witches were hanged at Proctor’s Ledge, near Gallows Hill, during the witch trials. The others were either found guilty but pardoned, found not guilty, were never indicted or simply evaded arrest or escaped from jail.

    The common myth often occurred in the trials is that the Salem Witch Trials victims were burned at the stake. There is the fact that no accused witches were burned at the stake in Salem, Massachusetts. Salem was ruled by English law at the time, which only allowed death by burning to be used against men who committed high treason and only after they had been hanged, quartered and drawn.

    • Life after the Salem witch trials

    Daily chores, business matters, and other activities were neglected during the chaos of the witch trials, causing many problems in the colony for years to come.


    As the years went by, the colonists felt ashamed and remorseful for what had happened during the Salem Witch Trials. Since the witch trials ended, the colony also began to suffer many misfortunes such as droughts, crop failures, smallpox outbreaks, and Native-American attacks and many began to wonder if God was punishing them for their mistake.

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  • Top 9 Real Witches In History All Around The World

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    Whether they were accused of conferring with the Devil or merely stood as threats to conventional society. Witches have long captured the public imagination. Many witches are seen as the feminist icon, while others have been linked to death and destruction. Here are some famous “witches” who have haunted the ages.


    1.Elizabeth Bathory

    Countess Elizabeth Bathory - the owner of Csejthe castle - is considered the most famous assassin in Hungarian history. Over the years, hundreds of girls recruited to work at Csejthe Castle were recorded as mysteriously missing. After investigation, the girls were found in the dungeon.

    According to the victims' testimony, they were tortured for extended periods, including brutal beatings: being burned or having their hands cut; having their flesh cut off from the body; burned in the face and some other parts; starved to death ... Besides, there were rumors of Countess Elizabeth bathed in the blood of the victim. Although "witch" Elizabeth Bathory was not brought to trial for her social status, she was kept under house arrest until she died.

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    2. Ilse Koch

    She was Karl Koch’s wife - commander of the concentration camps Buchenwald and Majdanek in Nazi Germany, Ilse is known as "the witch of Buchenwald". Infatuated with her husband's absolute power, Ilse was satisfied with the torture. Ilse is famous for killing prisoners, cutting skin for tattoos. 

    3. La Voisin

    Catherine Monvoisin, also known as La Voisin, lived in France in the mid-1600s. She was also one of the heads of the affaire des poisons, a cult who poisoned many members of the French aristocracy, and who had planned to poison King Louis XIV.

    In the late 1670s, fear of poisoning and witchcraft reached a fever pitch in the streets of France, and many successful fortune-tellers and poisoners, including La Voisin, were arrested. She was burned publicly after being convicted of witchcraft in 1680.

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    4. Merga Bien

    A well-to-do German heiress in the 17th century, Merga was on her third husband when her fate was sealed. Of the over 200 people who were accused of and executed for being witches in Fulda, Merga was considered to be the most famous. The circumstances that led to her death were ill-timed: She had just returned to the city after arguing with one of her husband's employers and she found herself pregnant.

    5. Isobel Gowdie

    Tried and executed for witchcraft in 1662, Gowdie is notable for her detailed confession, which she gave of her own volition, without being tortured like so many other women of the time. Gowdie was a young housewife who lived at Auldearn, Highland, Scotland. 

    Her confessions about her coven’s activities, including their supposed ability to transform into animals, gave great insight into European folklore surrounding witchcraft at that time. She also claimed to be “entertained” by the Queen of the Fairies, in her home “under the hills.” Some speculate that Gowdie’s confession may have been the result of psychosis, or a ploy to get a more lenient sentence.

    6. Dion Fortune

    Dion Fortune was known as a British occultist and author thought of by many as a modern-day witch. She wrote prolifically about the occult in both fiction and non-fictional works. The Fraternity of the Inner Light was founded in 1924 by her. This was known as a magical society dealing with religious philosophy and alternative realities. She died in 1946, leaving behind her magical society, which has survived to this day. 

    7. Tituba

    Most people here have heard this name from Authur Miller’s - The Crucible. But like many other characters in the play, Tituba was inspired by a real person. Tituba admitted to the participation of an occult ritual, saying that she had baked a witch cake in an attempt to help her mistress, Elizabeth Parris. 

    Tituba embellished her confession by adding details about her service to the devil, riding on sticks, and being told by a black dog to harm the children. Tituba, along with many others, was imprisoned for nearly a year but managed not to be one of the women hanged for witchcraft.

    8. Mother Shipton

    Ursula Southeil, better known as Mother Shipton, was a highly regarded and feared English prophetess during the 1500s. Mother Shipton was considered England's greatest clairvoyant and was even compared to Nostradamus. 

    Some of Mother Shipton’s prophecies foretell many modern events and phenomena; it is said she predicted the Spanish Armada, the Great Plague of London, the Great Fire of London, the execution of Mary Queen of Scots, and the Internet. Unlike so many other well-known witches, Mother Shipton died a natural death and was buried on the outer edges of York in 1561. 

    9. Agnes Sampson

    In the North Berwick area between 1590-1592, there were 70 people accused of being witches, Agnes Sampson was one of them. The confessions were brought on by torture, and the questioning oftentimes came from the King himself.

    Unfortunately, however, the torture was too much for her take and it broke her spirit. Sleep-deprived and exhausted by being bound in a witch's bridle, an instrument that inserted four prongs in the mouth and was attached to a wall, she confessed to being allies with Satan and conspiring to kill the King. 

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