The Wizard of Ives: An Exploratory Journey into Witchcraft Assertions

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The Wizard of Ives: An Exploratory Journey into Witchcraft Assertions

It goes beyond indigenous beliefs and isolated accounts. As early as Biblical times, King Saul sought the Witch of Endor to summon the dead prophet Samuel’s spirit to help him defeat the Philistine army.

It’s all still in the realms of mystery but a commendable wealth of informative materials are available giving clarity on the concept of witches and wizards. Much like the surviving orphan son from a polygamy extended family who believes his parents were bewitched to death, seasoned thinkers, and highly intellectual minds exist across societies that believe and consult witchcraft in varying degrees.

Even religious subjects from acclaimed faiths are reported to flirt with witchcraft every now and then. From overt to discreet, we dive into the minds of peoples from various societies who give us their experiences and why they believe or not. Because this is abstract thing to prove, we try to gather as much logical material as possible. Activity wraps up in Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire), a country whereby over 70% are surveyed to believe in witchcraft.