WITCHCRAFT

WITCHCRAFT

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Witchcraft is possibly the most widely known term that evokes images of dark magic, evil hexes, curses, spells, potions, witches performing horrific rituals under a full moon, and the colour black. Witchcraft, in very broad terms, means the practice of and belief in magical or preternatural skills and abilities by solitary practitioners and in groups (or covens and cults). These days, elements of witchcraft like tarot readings and crystal cleansing and full moon circles have become a normal part of our vernacular: women and men are feeling the same draw toward their own spiritual energies that they felt when they were younger. The word "witchcraft" varies widely from culture to culture, country to country, and has changed tremendously over hundreds of years, so it is impossible to define with any true precision. However, one thing we can all agree on: modern witchcraft is all about the occult and supernatural, it's about the moon and the stars and the colour black and embracing the night, it is about the belief in spirits and/or ghosts, an investment in ritualistic magic (tarot cards, incense burning, rune divination, affirmations and processes of spells by which to achieve or accomplish certain goals, chanting, dancing, crystals, talismans, pentagrams, charms, trinkets, oddities and curious, seances, ouija boards and planchettes, and, well, you get the idea). Beserk sells a huge array of witchcraft clothing, accessories, cosmetics, homewares, and other items of that sinister ilk. At Beserk, every season is witchcraft season! Witchy fashion is in style all year round. Delight your inner goddess with Beserk's totally witchin' range of apparel, dresses, skirts, tops, singlets, coats and jackets, accessories, homewares, bathroom items, and so much more. Be the envy of your coven with our occult inspired collections, let these black statement pieces bewitch you and summon them into your wardrobe today!
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