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In Modern Paganism and witchcraft, those who practice gray magic are often called grey (or neutral) witches. While other practitioners follow white (constructive) or black (destructive) magic (sometimes called right-hand or left-hand path), grey practitioners seek to balance out the two opposing magical forces in some form of middle-ground.
Gray witchcraft is the practice of worship and magic which recognizes the importance of all polarities as legitimate and necessary without deception of the masses, the self, or the use of informational resources. Gray witches practice balance and harmony, and they deny the concept that such things can occur without recognition of total and true polarity.
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