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Witchcraft is a supposed supernatural means of malevolent or harmful magic.
Witchcraft or witch may also refer to:
- the practice of magic in general
- a supposed pre-Christian religion as advocated by Murray and Gardner, see Witch Cult
- colloquially or figuratively, of certain aspects of the female gender role
- Witchcraft (1964 film), a horror film starring Lon Chaney Jr.
- Witchcraft (1988 film), a horror film that was first in a series of sixteen films
- La Casa 4, 1988 horror film starring Linda Blair and David Hasselhoff also released as Witchcraft
- Witchcraft (band), a Swedish band
- Witchcraft (Witchcraft album)
- Witchcraft (Stormwitch album), 2004
- Witchcraft (Obtained Enslavement album), 1997
- "Witchcraft" (1955 song), a 1955 song by Dave Bartholomew and Pearl King which was an R&B hit that year for The Spiders and a 1963 B-side hit for Elvis Presley.
- "Witchcraft" (1957 song), a 1957 song by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh, best known in a recording by Frank Sinatra
- "Witchcraft" (Pendulum song), 2010
- "Witchcraft" (Book of Love song), 1989
- Witchcraft (clipper), 1850 California clipper ship built in Salem, MA
- "Witchcraft", the codename given to the intelligence produced by the source Merlin, in John le Carré's novel Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
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