sorcery


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"Let me see you equal the sorcery I am about to perform."
When he got to the village he told a tale of magic and enchantment and sorcery that made the priest look very grave.
It is not correct for me to have said that the Catholic Church does not believe in sorcery and black magic, because it does!
Summary: Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) [India], Aug 26 (ANI): BJP MP Pragya Thakur on Monday made a bizarre claim that the Opposition was resorting to sorcery on BJP leaders in the context of the passing away of some top leaders of the party.
SUKKAR -- Pakistan People's Party (PPP) senior leader Khurshid Ahmed Shah has said this is the only government which is running on magic, sorcery and amulets.
There is a widespread belief in sorcery throughout contemporary Melanesia with illness, death and other misfortunes like bankrupt businesses, less than productive food gardens and failure at school or university blamed on practices of sorcery (Forsyth and Eves 2015).
The Arab national deceived his victims by claiming he could use sorcery to boost their wealth.
Police in Pursat province have arrested two men and are hunting down three more suspects after they attacked a farmer couple, killing the husband over alleged sorcery in Bakan district's Boeung Bot Kandorl commune on Saturday night.
Summary: The maid allegedly practised sorcery to have control over her employer and her family.
County workers said they found the paraphernalia, believed to be for sorcery purposes, at Finance CEC Isaac Kamar's desk.
But first he will encounter nightmarish creatures, unsettling sorcery, and uncanny new planes of existence.
Urban migrants in Nampula City, northern Mozambique, perceive themselves to be living in an environment where they are particularly vulnerable to sorcery attacks.