Help Me Laura Mallory, You’re My Only Hope.

There are *real* witches in Atlanta. And they were there before Harry Potter got stuck in our public libraries.

The former burlesque dancer who founded what may be the nation’s most public house of witchcraft 32 years ago in Atlanta is nearing age 70, seriously ailing and living quietly out of state.

But as Lady Sintana, Candace Huntsman Lehrman, who started the Ravenwood Church and Seminary of Wicca at her home near Little Five Points in 1975, remains a revered figure in her Atlanta witches’ coven. The church and seminary was the first tax-exempt pagan religious institution in Georgia.

Burn them.

CROWD: A witch! A witch! A witch! We’ve got a witch! A witch!
VILLAGER #1: We have found a witch, might we burn her?
CROWD: Burn her! Burn!
BEDEMIR: How do you know she is a witch?
VILLAGER #2: She looks like one.
BEDEMIR: Bring her forward.
WITCH: I’m not a witch. I’m not a witch.
BEDEMIR: But you are dressed as one.
WITCH: They dressed me up like this.
CROWD: No, we didn’t… no.
WITCH: And this isn’t my nose, it’s a false one.


  1. mercergirl says:

    You know… there is a show on TLC called “unique families” that just started and I swear one of the is about a Wiccan family. I haven’t seen that one, it’s been advertised, but the one last night was about a transsexual family.

  2. Adam Fogle says:


    This is no laughing matter. Think about the children… WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN?!?!?!

    May the Lord Ralph Reed Himself help us all! We should have listened to him when we had the chance. He promised us salvation and we voted against Him.

    But now, with witchcraft rapidly spreading throughout Georgia, it’s only a matter of time before we’re all burning in the flames of hell.

    Well, all except Ralph Reed, Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell of course.

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