Witch, n. A properly trained and initiated Priest or Priestess of The Old Religion. From Old English wit or wic which means witty, wise or intelligent, or alternatively to bend or to shape, and related to wit, wicked, wicker, wizard.
Witches learn and pass down old magical arts such as contacting departed spirits, working the weather, and reading the signs.
King Sol found a witch in Endor who could communicate across the boundary of death.
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