Wicca: Also called neo-wicca, a modern set of spiritual practices in the context of earth religion and paganism, which sees motivation in their understanding of ancient traditions, althout some practitioners simply see those traditions as Jungian archetypes; usually assumes a duality between earth/female and sun/male but some Dianic groups are female-centric; "witch" is an appropriate and respectful term for a member
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- Magic (anthropology) : Practice of consciousness manipulation and/or autosuggestion to achieve a desired result, usually by empirical techniques described in various conceptual systems.
- Transpersonal psychology : A "fourth force" in psychology, adding spiritual and ethnocentric aspects to humanistic psychology; addresses out-of-body experiences, nonordinary reality, apparitions, shamanism, etc.
- Witchcraft : the alleged use of supernatural or magical powers in order to inflict harm or damage upon members of a community or their property.