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This project is a combined effort of interested Wikipedia editors to categorize, expand, and create articles relating to the occult. Please join our discussions on the project talk. WikiProject Occult covers topics, such as:
Various supernatural and mystical practices, such as folk magic or the form of ceremonial magic popularized by Aleister Crowley; included are forms of practice known as black and white magic, brujeria, stregeria, hoodoo, and sorcery.
Writers whose works deal directly rather than sociologically with occult topics, who present instructive or theoretical knowledge that has been "hidden", or who take as their theme a spiritual or magical reality that extends beyond pure reason and the physical sciences.
Representative symbols that carry interpreted meanings in addition to or apart from their use as literal representations of concepts; such symbols may be figurative or they may consist of symbolic meanings applied to common natural objcts, colors, scents, and numbers.
These articles should all be included in the Category:Occult, or one of its subcategories.