Simply put, you can’t.
A Witch could be the young hippy chick sunbathing in the park, or he might be the young man behind the counter at the bank. Perhaps she’s the rotund, smiling, middle-aged housewife buying cauliflower at the market stall, or he’s the geography teacher at your child’s (or your own) school.
In other words, anybody you know could be a Witch. Not all witches are female either: there are no such things as Warlocks. Male or Female (or any other recognised gender) we are Witches all.
You’ve probably heard all the myths and legends and seen all the horror film stereotypes. Old hags with black cats, broomsticks and wide brimmed tall hats. Probably green and warty and likely to turn you in to a frog. Continue reading