witchcraft

Witchcraft vs Satanism - What's the difference?

witchcraft | satanism |


As nouns the difference between witchcraft and satanism

is that witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events while satanism is (satanism).

Witchcraft vs Charm - What's the difference?

witchcraft | charm | Related terms |

Witchcraft is a related term of charm.


As nouns the difference between witchcraft and charm

is that witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events while charm is an object, act or words believed to have magic power or charm can be the mixed sound of many voices, especially of birds or children.

As a verb charm is

to seduce, persuade or fascinate someone or something.

Christianity vs Witchcraft - What's the difference?

christianity | witchcraft |


As nouns the difference between christianity and witchcraft

is that christianity is an abrahamic religion based on the teachings of jesus christ and various scholars who wrote the christian bible while witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events.

Magick vs Witchcraft - What's the difference?

magick | witchcraft |


As nouns the difference between magick and witchcraft

is that magick is while witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events.

Occultism vs Witchcraft - What's the difference?

occultism | witchcraft |


As nouns the difference between occultism and witchcraft

is that occultism is the study of the supernatural while witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events.

Hoodoo vs Witchcraft - What's the difference?

hoodoo | witchcraft |


As nouns the difference between hoodoo and witchcraft

is that hoodoo is african traditional folk magic while witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events.

As a verb hoodoo

is to bring bad luck or misfortune, to jinx.

Occult vs Witchcraft - What's the difference?

occult | witchcraft |


As nouns the difference between occult and witchcraft

is that occult is supernatural affairs while witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events.

As a verb occult

is (astronomy) to cover or hide from view.

As an adjective occult

is (lb) secret; hidden from general knowledge; undetected.

Incantation vs Witchcraft - What's the difference?

incantation | witchcraft | Related terms |

Incantation is a related term of witchcraft.


As nouns the difference between incantation and witchcraft

is that incantation is the act or process of using formulas and/or usually rhyming words, sung or spoken, with occult ceremonies, for the purpose of raising spirits, producing enchantment, or creating other magical results while witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events.

Exorcism vs Witchcraft - What's the difference?

exorcism | witchcraft |


As nouns the difference between exorcism and witchcraft

is that exorcism is the ritual act of driving out supposed evil spirits from persons, places or things who are possessed by them while witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events.

Witchcraft vs Spell - What's the difference?

witchcraft | spell | Related terms |

Witchcraft is a related term of spell.


As nouns the difference between witchcraft and spell

is that witchcraft is the practice of witches; magic, sorcery or the use supernatural powers to influence or predict events while spell is (obsolete) speech, discourse or spell can be (dialectal) a splinter, usually of wood; a spelk or spell can be a shift (of work); a set of workers responsible for a specific turn of labour.

As a verb spell is

(obsolete) to speak, to declaim or spell can be (obsolete) to read (something) as though letter by letter; to peruse slowly or with effort or spell can be to work in place of (someone).

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