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Catholic / Roman Catholic / Ecclesia Catholica

The Roman Catholic Church (Latin ‘Ecclesia Catholica’) is the largest and most traditional Church worldwide and is based on the teachings of Christ himself. Its largest church building being St. Peters Basilica in Rome. *A Christian church with a hierarchy … Continue reading

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ce-le-stial *Celestial is suggestive of the heavenly, angelic, celestial beings, divine, supreme, good*. *Merriam-Webster

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*Clairaudience is a topic in parapsychology involving the ability to hear or see spirits* *Merriam-Webster

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*Clairsentience, a topic of parasychology involving the spiritually sensitive or intuitive with abilities of heightened perceptions and knowledge of what is not normally perceived by others*. It is believed that empaths are most likely clairsentient to some degree. *Merriam-Webster

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Clairvoyant / Clairvoyance

Clair-voy-ant *An ability to communicate with dead people, to predict future events, or to know about things that you did not actually see happen or hear about. A person who claims to speak with, or for, the spirits of the … Continue reading

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*A gathering of witches. A group of witches who meet regularly; the word is a variant of covin (archaic term for fraud, deception; in Middle English, denoting a company or band). The word Covin/Coven originates from the Old French word … Continue reading

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*The use of natural gem stones and crystals has been used for centuries. It is believed we can harness positive energies held within the stones to use as beneficial and therapeutic aids today. Crystals are believed to rejuvenate, promote healing, … Continue reading

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*Curses are magical words uttered or proclaimed with intentions of bringing bad luck and misfortune. A prayer or invocation to cause harm or injury*. For example: ‘I curse the ground you walk on’ or ‘I curse you’. *Britannica

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