Short answer, YES witchcraft IS actually real. The issue (be that as it may) is that numerous individuals have been totally 'misguided' around two things in this issue of witchcraft.
What does it intends to be a witch, and what is genuine? In view of what I have come to find out about sorcery' (i.e. black magic or witchcraft), this 'practice' is just a remarkable and (consequently) darken method for seeing 'reality.' This 'seeing' or 'encountering' our general surroundings in a way that goes a long ways past what most have been 'mentally programmed' into tolerating as 'reality,' permits 'genuine' witches the chance to 'uncover' these shameful acts of nature, by tearing down each feature of 'the present state of affairs.'
As opposed to what numerous individuals have come to think being a witch is about (the act of a specific religion, throwing spells, and taking part in dim sexual interests), 'genuine' black magic requires a tremendous measure of human vitality (which all people have, however never use since they are altogether so bustling utilizing it to stay aware of specific ways of life which 'others' have directed for them).