What’s better than a Witch in Romania? A registered Witch!
A Romanian woman has become the country’s first legally registered witch. Gabriela Ciucur, 31, from Targu Jiu, persuaded authorities to accept witchcraft as a profession after months of negotiations. She told local media: “The authorities sent me home and told me it was ridiculous at first. But we finally reached a deal and registered my company as dealing with astrology and connections to the spirit world.”
Witchcraft is quite popular in Romania as many local people believe in the occult, especially in rural areas. All over Eastern Europe women tend to believe in the powers of witches and some often resort to their help when settling a love score, healing a broken heart, or punishing a rival.
Can we say that the spiritual realm of Romania has been cast under a spell?