Most of this is just original research or copied from Wikipedia... 05:55, January 6, 2011 (UTC)

You are quite right and this is a consequence of our initial strategy of building the structure of the site around wikipedia articles. Can you help us now by reorganising and adding to the content to make it suitable for psychologists? Dr Joe Kiff 12:38, January 9, 2011 (UTC)

Tone of posting Edit

As I read the posting it is basically a treatise on the 'evils' of witchcraft. As a witch and a psychology student, it seems that the original author was very inclined to present only the negative prospective. I already deleted and edited the statement that was there originally, that wit hcraft was a "means of harming a other person, place or thing", but frankly, I don't want to sit and edit it if I am the only objecting party. Being that I am a wit h, I already know the truth of what it is about to many of it's practitioners, and I know how it pertains to psychology in many aspects, but there is no way of quantifying what the truth of it is to everyone. Due TO psychology, it would be futile to explain it beyonds its roots and the effect it had on modern religion. Someone needs to either give a clear explanation of what link you are wanting, or notate that post that it is incomplete and quite biased. I don't argue the evil nature of any religion or belief, as all have darker sides. Please advise to what linkage you are endeavoring to find, and then perhaps I can give a clearer, less biased view of what witchcraft is. Thanks 08:07, May 21, 2012 (UTC)Rebecca Walters

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