Witchcraft is still very much real in Romania. Witches there cause curses, spells, and even claim that they can fight off corruption.
Witches in Romania were spared from the medieval witch-hunts that killed more than 100,000 women. Witchcraft is only alive, it is thriving, and it is even feared by politicians.
Before the European Elections, a group of self-proclaimed witches in Romania claimed that they will “work” to make sure the “right group of candidates” get seats.
Witches in Romania perform rituals, and cast spells and curses. They even claim they can release people from good and evil spells, and predict the future. According to some estimates, one in ten people in Romania visit a witch once per year.
And now, they are even using the power of the Internet to offer their services to clients around the world.
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