A group of witches is known as a coven, and it was suggested throughout the biggest part of the 20th Century that witches in Europe met in covens consisting of 13 witches. In modern times, followers and practitioners of ... More »

Spells can be cast for free by writing a spell and then working the spell using the previously decided upon materials and method. Or, consult with members of a religion that use spells to get advice on what spell may wor... More »

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A double-yolk egg occurs when a chicken's eggs get backed up in their oviduct system, causing two yolks to be encased in a shell. The occurrence is very rare, happening in about one out of 1,000 eggs, which has lead some... More »

Monks live in monasteries, which are mainly found in Europe, the U.K. and Asia. Monks are usually Christian, Buddhist and Hindu men. More »

While there is often controversy about whether a group is a cult, some commonly accepted cults in United States history include the Branch Davidians, the Manson Family, Heaven's Gate, Peoples Temple and the Unification C... More »

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The Board of Trustees in a local church, a group usually comprised of between four and eight adults, has several important responsibilities including tending to budgetary duties, developing new ministry outreaches, and m... More »

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints uses the term "Sharing Time" to describe the group portion of the Sunday young children's meeting. Sharing Time is only part of the children's meeting and is supplemented w... More »

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