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Asian witchcraft
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Post # 1
Hello. I decided to take the celtic path. If anyone is on this path. Can you teach me or tell me info that will be valuable for a soon to be celtic witch. And does anyone know any types of asian witchcraft, I would like to learn that as well. I am interested in asian culture.
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Re: Asian witchcraft
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Post # 2
This thread has been moved to Other Paths from Spiritual Creatures.
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Re: Asian witchcraft
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 3
Witchcraft has many names, in many languages. But it is always the same Craft, not a belief or a religion.
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Re: Asian witchcraft
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Post # 4

And for the record, nowhere in Asia is any practice called Witchcraft unless it was translated that way (and that can get iffy unless you're really into the language in question).

Celtic Paganism, like the word Pagan in general, is an umbrella term. Are you wanting to learn the different aspects of each Celtic religion or are you wanting to focus on a specific time and region?

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Re: Asian witchcraft
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Post # 5
I thought asian witchcraft exist for example shinto is a japanese craft.
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Re: Asian witchcraft
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Post # 6
Shinto is not witchcraft. It is a religion.
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Re: Asian witchcraft
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Post # 7
Shintoism is not magic, but there are magical traditions within Japanese culture. The most well known of these is Onmyoudo (translates roughly to "Way of the Yin and Yang"), a Chinese inspired system popularized by Abe No Seimei, the Japanese verion of Merlin, to put it simply. Practitioners are called Onmyouji. They work with a lot of divination and summoning. Another tradition of note would be Goryo Shinko (Religion of Ghosts). Both could be considered subsets of Shintoism. Goryo Shinko focused on rituals which were meant to transform the anger of Onryo (Angry ghosts) and turn them into Goryo (Honored ghosts).
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Re: Asian witchcraft
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Post # 8
I want to focus on everything celtic. Can you help?
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Re: Asian witchcraft
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 9
As I said, there is witchcraft all over the world,but obviously it is not called witchcraft, except in English speaking countries.
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Re: Asian witchcraft
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Post # 10

Here is a link explaining types of witches and types of witchcraft traditions, and it does include Asain Tradition:http://www.wildwitchacademy.com/different-types-of-witchcraft.html

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