White Witch (disambiguation)
White witch is a term referring to a witch that uses his/her powers for good rather than evil; to protect the innocent and to punish evil behavior for deterrence alone, never for "revenge" as she understands its self-perpetuating, viral energy. Justice is what she serves cold, not revenge. The goal is to annihilate evil by seducing those trapped inside of it into treason by showing the beauty and cleverness of a right and aligned world.
It can also refer to:
- The White Witch, Queen Jadis of Charn, a villain character from The Chronicles of Narnia
- White Witch (comics), a DC Comics superhero character, first appearing in 1966
- White Witch (Amalgam Comics) a character appearing in 1996
- Jord Dusat and Thall Joben's speeder bike and first episode of the Star Wars: Droids cartoon
- Claire Fraser is given the name "La Dame Blanch" (or "The White Woman") by the people of 18th century Paris in the second season of Outlander, and she professes to be a White Witch and practitioner of white magic in season 2, episode 7, "Faith"
- White Witch of Rose Hall, Annie Palmer, a figure in Jamaican folklore
- White Witch (band), a 1970s Psychedelic/Progressive rock band
- White Witch is a song by heavy metal band Savatage on their 1987 album Hall of the Mountain King
- Thysania agrippina, also known as the White Witch, a large moth in the Noctuidae family
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