“Witchcraft is dangerous because it makes us think critically. It asks us to consider all of the angles, to defy and dispel illusions—or create them. It is the tapping into the power within. It is the harnessing of the power without. It is a triumph of personal will and a celebration of essence.

Witchcraft is dangerous because it is the tool of the subversive, the downtrodden, the disillusioned, and the disenfranchised. It gives voice to those who have been silenced, eyes to the blinded, sound to those whose ears were covered, and hands and legs to those who could not move.”

― Laura Tempest Zakroff, Weave the Liminal: Living Modern Traditional Witchcraft

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