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BA in Witchcraft
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(07-05-2019, 12:49 PM)davewill Wrote:
(07-04-2019, 05:50 PM)harrypotter Wrote: I’m sure there isn’t an accredited degree in witchcraft (or black magic, sorcery, etc) in America. Does anyone have any thoughts one why there isn’t one? My 10-20 year goal is to start a college & I’m thinking that a choice of a witchcraft major would be great/interesting.

There is. It's hidden from Muggles, however.

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(07-05-2019, 08:58 AM)cookderosa Wrote:
(07-04-2019, 05:50 PM)harrypotter Wrote: I’m sure there isn’t an accredited degree in witchcraft (or black magic, sorcery, etc) in America. Does anyone have any thoughts one why there isn’t one? My 10-20 year goal is to start a college & I’m thinking that a choice of a witchcraft major would be great/interesting.

If you can find an employer that is asking for a degree in witchcraft, you might want to shoot them an email and ask for suggestions for colleges that offer it/ obtain it.

THIS!  Employers don't ask for degrees that don't exist.
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(07-05-2019, 04:16 PM)dfrecore Wrote:
(07-05-2019, 12:49 PM)davewill Wrote:
(07-04-2019, 05:50 PM)harrypotter Wrote: I’m sure there isn’t an accredited degree in witchcraft (or black magic, sorcery, etc) in America. Does anyone have any thoughts one why there isn’t one? My 10-20 year goal is to start a college & I’m thinking that a choice of a witchcraft major would be great/interesting.

There is. It's hidden from Muggles, however.

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(07-05-2019, 08:58 AM)cookderosa Wrote:
(07-04-2019, 05:50 PM)harrypotter Wrote: I’m sure there isn’t an accredited degree in witchcraft (or black magic, sorcery, etc) in America. Does anyone have any thoughts one why there isn’t one? My 10-20 year goal is to start a college & I’m thinking that a choice of a witchcraft major would be great/interesting.

If you can find an employer that is asking for a degree in witchcraft, you might want to shoot them an email and ask for suggestions for colleges that offer it/ obtain it.

THIS!  Employers don't ask for degrees that don't exist.


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OP, someone beat me to it with the seminary schools. Generally, the communities simply don't care about someone having a bachelors degree in this. While I think Dave Will was joking, he is also partly correct... one has to be "in the know" to know where the more formal schooling is. Communities know what training is good and what is bad, and if you are accepted to a formal program and manage to finish it you'll have more opportunities in the community particularly in leadership positions which are often unpaid. If you do find something formal that is well established it may help carry you into other communities. The real question though is why would you honestly want to go to school for this? Most people frown upon charging money or accepting "donations" for actually doing anything you might learn from it. That pretty much leaves you looking for work that doesn't necessarily require any sort of degree and probably won't pay all that great.

On another note, I could put you in contact with someone at the PhD level to discuss this with whom I think you would find interesting and could provide more insight.
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Need a vacation? Head over to Africa! They have a Bachelors degree in Witchcraft. I wonder if it is a joke or not...
Anyways, Link: https://mwebantu.news/unza-introduces-ba...itchcraft/
Another Link: http://macho.co.ke/v1/degree-in-witchcra...versities/

And if you would like to take a course on it, from University of Ottawa in Canada, they have an course...
For 3 credits or units... Link: https://catalogue.uottawa.ca/en/courses/srs/
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This thread is hilarious.

I'm doing a Masters in Defense Against the Dark Arts aka Theology.

You don't need a degree in that. Just head to Haiti, there are a lot of Obeah and Vodoo (Vodou) teachers, Haitian Vodou is powerful stuff. Go there where you can study the dark arts if you wish, Haiti is the witchcraft central of the Caribbean people go to learn the stuff there and its cheap. Forget the BA, you can become a legit Wtch Doctor (WD). Witchcraft goes hand in hand with the culture there, there are schools you can go too, but you need to be in contact with the right people, though foreigners travel to Haiti all the time to learn.

That's why judgement was exacted against them by the Almighty God and they had so many disasters I lost count and are dirt poor. I don't feel sorry for the people there, the Lord God literally opened the earth in 2010 and swallowed a lot of them cause they were at the height of their practices. They escape nothing, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes.

Good luck on your ventures though I urge you to be careful with studying the dark side, you will lose your soul for eternity and I wont go in Hurricane season.

Come to the light side, we have free accredited programs!

Here take a look:

https://nationsu.edu/

You can even get our book anywhere for free:

https://www.amazon.com/Holy-Bible-Offlin...way&sr=8-5

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Haiti isn't poor because of witchcraft because witchcraft isn't real. Nothing is punishing them for their religious practices. This is a theory that was created by racists who believe that the only way Haiti freed itself from France was through making a pact with the devil.
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