2. “Double, double toil and trouble. Fire burn and cauldron bubble.” – William Shakespeare 

3. “To me, a witch is a woman that is capable of letting her intuition take hold of her actions, that communes with her environment, that isn’t afraid of facing challenges.” – Paulo Coelho

4. “The first time I called myself a witch was the most magical moment of my life.” – Margot Adler 

5. “You’d think they’d never seen a girl and a cat on a broom before.” – Kiki’s Delivery Service

6. “Above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hiding in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.” – Roald Dahl 

7. “I am wicked in many ways.” – Jessica Spotswood

8. “Witches don’t look like anything. Witches are. Witches do.” – Franny Billingsley 

9. “There’s a little witch in all of us.” – Alice Hoffman

10. “A witch ought never be frightened in the darkest forest because she should be sure in her soul that the most terrifying thing in the forest was her.” – Terry Pratchett 

11. “When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘‘Tis near Halloween.'” – Anonymous

12. “Witches listen to the secrets of the earth, work in harmony with the powers of the moon, and understand the longings of the human soul.” – Dacha Avelin

13. “I think that all women are witches, in the sense that a witch is a magical being.” – Yoko Ono 

14. “I am a witch. A real house-haunting, broom-riding, cauldron-stirring witch.” – Samantha Stephens

15. “For all you know, a witch may be living next door to you right now.” – Roald Dahl 

16. “Everyone deserves a chance to fly.” – Elphaba Thropp

17. “There was a lot more to magic than waving your wand and saying a few funny words.” – J.K. Rowling

18. “There is no magic when one no longer believes.” – Hilda Lewis

19. “Witches were a bit like cats. They didn’t much like one another’s company, but they did like to know where all the other witches were, just in case they needed them.” – Terry Pratchett

20. “We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on.” – J.K. Rowling

21. “Relax, it’s only magic.” – Sarah Bailey

22. “Witches exist throughout space and time. Witchcraft brings together the magical people throughout the world for the shared goals of justice, liberation, and celebration of the life force of the earth.” – Amanda Yates Garcia

23. “You girls need to learn to fight. When witches don’t fight, we burn.” – Fiona Goode

24. “This witch had been crafted from the darkness between the stars.” – Sarah J. Maas

25. “Suffering is good for the soul, right? Then suffer!” – Evillene 

26. “Remember, your words can plant gardens or burn whole forests down.” – Gemma Troy

27. “The witch is the ultimate embodiment of the divine feminine and the demon feminine. She has as many faces as the moon, so regardless of your background, there is an iteration for you.” – Kristen J. Sollée

28. “Love for life in all its forms is the basic ethic of witchcraft.” – Starhawk

29. “Sky above me, earth below me, fire within me.” – Anonymous

30. “Hearts are wild creatures. That’s why our ribs are cages.” –

31. “Witches are the original activists. Any time you have something that has to do with empowerment, and being free, and being wild, and being who you are, there’s definitely going to be some opposition to that.” – Bri Luna

32. “She was devoted to the moon. In its darkness, she found comfort, and in its light, she found hope.” – Khadija Chhapiwala

33. “Be a light in dark places.” – Anonymous

34. “If the broom fits the witch, it is time to ride it, act up, resist.” – Sara Bourgeois

35. “The whole concept of witches was that women were speaking up for themselves and fighting for their rights. The whole concept of witchcraft came into play to hold down women and women’s empowerment.” – Mädchen Amick

36. “I am the moon, and the moon is me.” – Anonymous 

37. “Your fate is in your hands.” – Anonymous

38. “Never forget you are magic.” – Anonymous

39. “Magic is really very simple. All you’ve got to do is want something and then let yourself have it.” – Aggie Cromwell

40. “The day I decided that my life was magical, there was suddenly magic all around me.” – Marabeth Quin

41. “Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light. I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.” – Sarah Williams

42. “Real witches dress in ordinary clothes and look very much like ordinary women. They live in ordinary houses, and they work in ordinary jobs.” – Roald Dahl

43. “Witch is something we call a woman who demands the benefit of the doubt, who speaks the truth, who punctures the con, who kills your joy if your joy is killing.” – Lindy West

44. “When I say witchcraft is a spirituality, I mean it is a spiritual path. You walk it for nourishment of the soul, to commune with the life force of the universe, and to thereby better know your own life.” – Christopher Penczak

45. “When I was born, the word for what I was did not exist.” – Madeleine Miller

46. “Magic is natural. It is a harmonious movement of energies to create a needed change.” – Scott Cunningham

47. “Are you a good witch or a bad witch?” – Glinda the Good Witch

48. “The witch knows nothing in this world is supernatural. It is all natural.” – Laurie Cabot

49. “It is important to remember that we all have magic inside us.” – J.K. Rowling

50. “Like others before me, I have the gift of sight. But the truth changes color, depending on the light, and tomorrow can be clearer than yesterday.” – Kasi Lemmons

51. “Those that can heal can harm, those that can cure can kill.” – Celia Rees

52. “What’s the matter? I have to be a witch, I have to be a mortal, I have to be a teenager, and I have to be a girl all at the same time. That’s what’s the matter.” – Sabrina Spellman

53. “You’ve always had the power, my dear. You just had to learn it for yourself.” – Glinda the Good Witch

54. “Oh look, another glorious morning. Makes me sick!” – Winifred Sanderson

55. “Some things are left better unsaid.” – Elzora

56. “Never put your faith in a prince. When you require a miracle, trust in a witch.” – Catherine M. Valente

57. “The earth does not belong to us. We belong to the earth.” – Anonymous

58. “Because no retreat from the world can mask what is in your face.” – Gregory Maguire

59. “Being normal is vastly overrated.” – Aggie Cromwell

60. “At heart, we are all powerful, beautiful, and capable of changing the world with our bare hands.” – Dianne Sylvan

61. “Come, little children. I’ll take thee away into a land of enchantment. Come, little children. The time’s come to play here in my garden of magic.” – Sarah Sanderson

62. “Home is a place we all must find, child. It’s not just a place where you eat or sleep. Home is knowing. Knowing your mind, knowing your heart, knowing your courage. If we know ourselves, we’re always home, anywhere.” – Glinda the Good Witch 

63. “‘Tis now the very witching time of night, when churchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out contagion to this world.” – William Shakespeare

64. “The moon has awoken with the sleep of the sun. The light has been broken. The spell has begun.” – Midgard Morningstar

65. “Magic, Sandra’s seen a leprechaun, Eddie touched a troll, Laurie danced with witches once, Charlie found some goblin’s gold. Donald heard a mermaid sing, Susy spied an elf, but all the magic I have known, I’ve had to make myself.” –

66. “We’re the protectors of the innocent. We’re known as the Charmed Ones.” – Phoebe Halliwell

67. “You have witchcraft in your lips.” – William Shakespeare

68. “Witch—the word drifted across his mind. We call such women so because we have no other name.” – Katherine Arden

69. “Bleed, bleed, poor country! Great tyranny, lay thou thy basis sure for goodness dare not check thee.” – William Shakespeare

70. “Villainy wears many masks, none so dangerous as the mask of virtue.” – Ichabod Crane

71. “One never learns how the witch became wicked, or whether that was the right choice for her. Is it ever the right choice? Does the devil ever struggle to be good again, or if so, is he not a devil?” – Gregory Maguire

72. “Now, I am the ruler of all the ocean! The waves obey my every whim!” – Ursula

73. “By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.” – William Shakespeare

74. “She ate the stars and swallowed the earth. She is the girl with all the power.” – Zoraida Córdova

75. “Surface beauty—blond hair, blue eyes—is always easy to recognize. But if someone is braver, stronger, smarter, that’s harder to see.” – Kendra Hilferty

76. “Always trust your inner goddess.” – Anonymous 

77. “The day we found magic, I thought we were going to change the world.” – Julian Shea

78. “A witch is born out of the true hungers of her time. I was born out of New York. The things that are most wrong here summoned me.” – Ray Bradbury

79. “You have no idea what you’ve unleashed. You’re going to need me.” – Agatha Harkness

80. “The witch would have known that when a willing victim who had committed no treachery was killed in a traitor’s stead, the table would crack, and death itself would start working backward.” – C.S. Lewis

81. “The witch snipped off her golden hair and cast her out into a great desert.” – Marissa Meyer

82. “The magicks I used are very powerful. I’m very powerful, and maybe, it’s not such a good idea for you to piss me off.” – Willow Rosenberg

83. “Everything, absolutely everything on this earth makes sense, and even the smallest things are worthy of our consideration.” – Paulo Coelho

84. “Unruly women are always witches no matter what century we’re in.” – Roxane Gay

85. “The moon made me do it.” – Anonymous

86. “Witches ain’t nothing to joke about. Now, I’ve known children who no longer exist as children on this earth. They were turned, transformed, taken by witches.” – Roald Dahl

87. “I’ll get you, my pretty, and your little dog too!” – The Wicked Witch of the West

88. “You gotta be a real witch, the way you fly that broom! You think maybe you can teach me how to fly it?” – Tombo Kopoli

89. “That was actually a good question, insubordinate, but a good question.” – Roald Dahl

90. “What were we went out to this wilderness to find? Leaving our country kindred our father’s houses, for what, for the kingdom of God. Let us pray.” – William

91. “I don’t always wear black. Sometimes, I wear nothing.” – Anonymous

92. “If my find out I’m friends with a ghost, they’ll throw a witchy fit, and I won’t get to see you anymore.” – Wendy the Good Little Witch

93. “He bit you on the neck? Oh, then it’s got to be love. She won’t let me bite her neck.” – Kim Harrison

94. “Are you a witch or not?” – J.K. Rowling

95. “I solemnly swear I am up to no good.” – J.K. Rowling

96. “Ha! A witch? Moi? Oh, you can’t be serious. Do I look like a witch to you?” – Claudia

97. “Water? I’m allergic to water.” – Evillene

98. “All right! You wanna fry a witch! I’ll give you a witch!” – Amy Madison

99. “You know, I usually find a blocking spell to be a lot more effective than yelling ‘Bad dog,’ but maybe that’s just me.” – Rachel Hawkins

100. “Children smell horrible to witches. A freshly clean kid smells like dog poop to a kid. The cleaner the kid, the poopier he smells to a witch.” – Roald Dahl

101. “I’d watch your mouth, the last lunker who laughed at her picture spent the night in the emergency room with a drink umbrella jammed up his nose.” – Kim Harrison

102. “I was Ashallayn’ darkmyr Tallyn, son of Mab, former prince of the Unseelie Court, and I was not afraid of a witch on a broom.” – Ashallayn’ darkmyr Tallyn

103. “You’re all a bunch of little toads in a pet that Fiona is slowly bringing to a boil. You won’t even feel it until it’s too late. I’d rather burn than boil.” – Myrtle Snow

104. “I’m not much of a talker.” – Asajj Ventress

105. “Don’t get pissy with me, leech. Even tapped out, I can still do a love spell to make you fall in love with the sun.” – Kresley Cole

106. “Going so soon? I wouldn’t hear of it. Why my little party’s just beginning!” – Wicked Witch of the West

107. “Don’t make me drop a house on you.” – Fiona Goode

108. “The point is in this whole wide wicked world, the only thing you have to be afraid of is me.” – Fiona Goode

109. “You poor, simple fools, thinking you could defeat me. Me! The mistress of evil.” – Maleficent

110. “Witches spend their time plotting to kill children, stalking the wretched child like a hunter stalks a bird in the forest.” – Roald Dahl

111. “A witch never gets caught. Don’t forget that she has magic in her fingers and devilry dancing in her blood.” – Roald Dahl

112. “It reeks of children!” – Mary Sanderson

113. “Witches aren’t really women at all. They’re demons in human shape.” – Roald Dahl 

114. “Do not take juju lightly unless you are looking for unexpected death.” – Nnedi Okorafor

115. “Curses, curses! Somebody always helps that girl. Shoes or no shoes, I’m still great enough to conquer her, and woe to those who try to stop me!” – The Wicked Witch of the West

116. “I’ve seen enough horror movies to know that any weirdo wearing a mask is never friendly.” – Elizabeth Mott

117. “Witches of England, you are a disgrace! Miserable witches, you are good-for-nothing worms! Everywhere I look, I see the repulsive sight of hundreds, thousands of revolting little children.” – Grand High Witch

118. “Real witches are very cruel, and they have a highly developed sense of smell. A real witch could smell you across the street on a pitch-black night.” – Roald Dahl

119. “By the clock ’tis day, and yet, dark night strangles the traveling lamp.” – William Shakespeare

120. “I put a spell on you because you’re mine.” – Jay Hawkins

121. “The day he left me was the day I died. But then, I was reborn as a witch.” – The Love Witch

122. “When she listened to songs that she loved on the radio, something stirred inside her. A liquid ache spread under her skin, and she walked out of the world like a witch.” – Arundhati Roy

123. “My religion speaks of the old ways. It is the perfume of my night, the sanctity of my day.” – Karla Bardanza

124. “You say witch like it’s a bad thing.” – Anonymous

125. “A black cat crossed my path, and I stopped to dance around it widdershins and to sing the rhyme, ou va-ti mistigri? Passe sans faire de mai ici.” – Joanne Harris

126. “Eye of newt, and toe of frog, wool of bat, and tongue of dog, adder’s fork, and blind worm’s sting, lizard’s leg, and owlet’s wing—for a charm of powerful trouble, like a hell-broth boil and bubble.” – William Shakespeare

127. “She sat there majestic in her armchair, filling every inch of it. Not even a mouse could have squeezed in to sit beside her.” – Roald Dahl

128. “The wizarding and non-wizarding worlds have been at peace for over a century. Grindelwald wants to see that peace destroyed.” – Yusuf Kama

129. “She’s a grown-up witch now, and it’s time she learned how the world, the realms, really work.” – Zelda Spellman

130. “It’s all just a bunch of hocus pocus!” – Max Dennison

131. “I’m going to be a very good witch from now on.” – Piper Halliwell

132. “Some people are born for Halloween, and some are just counting the days until Christmas.” – Stephen Graham Jones

133. “On Halloween, witches come true. Wild ghosts escape from dreams. Each monster dances in the park.” – Nick Gordon

134. “An unaware witch means a witch who doesn’t know she’s a witch, and because she’s a woman, that makes her double trouble. Never trust a woman.” – Joseph Delaney

135. “Wrong kind of witch.” – Manon Blackbeak

136. “If human beings had genuine courage, they’d wear their costumes every day of the year, not just on Halloween.” – Douglas Coupland

137. “Mothers are usually quite trustworthy, as long as you’re their son. Otherwise, look out!” – Joseph Delaney

138. “It doesn’t matter who you are or what you look like, so long as somebody loves you.” – Roald Dahl

139. “Where there is no imagination, there is no horror.” – Arthur Conan Doyle.

140. “Halloween is not only about putting on a costume, but it’s about finding the imagination and costume within ourselves.” – Elvis Duran

141. “I would like, if I may, to take you on a strange journey.” – The Criminologist

142. “‘This is the land of Narnia,’ said the Faun, ‘Where we are now. All that lies between the lamp-post and the great castle of Cair Paravel on the eastern sea.'” – C.S. Lewis

143. “When they throw the water on the witch, she says, ‘Who would have thought a good, little girl like you could destroy my beautiful wickedness.’ That line inspired my life. I, sometimes, say it to myself before I go to sleep, like a prayer.” – John Waters

144. “I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – L. M. Montgomery

145. “Yeah, ’cause that would be a smart choice. So, I should just forget about the whole lying to me thing when you pronounce you will never do it again?” – Elizabeth J. Kolodziej

146. “Those of you who have read my tale up ’till now must be wondering who is this witch devoid of hatred, who is misled each time by the wickedness in men’s hearts? For the nth time, I made up my mind to be different and fight it out tooth and nail. But how to work a change in my heart and coat its lining with snake venom?” – Maryse Condé

147. “I love Halloween, and I love that feeling—the cold air, the spooky dangers lurking around the corner.” – Evan Peters

148. “Once I was seated, I couldn’t help people-watching. I’ll admit it. I’m an addict from way back.” – James Patterson

149. “She desires of my blood. She sends them upon me.” – Caleb


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