Hag

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Hag

When someone refers to a hag, it usually indicates an ugly, aged woman.  However the word has similar roots to hedge (Old English haga, portion of woodland marked off) and hawthorn (a magickal tree often associated with hedges).  In Paganism and the Craft, a hag is seen in the older sense of the word indicating a woman with prophetic and oracular powers, a seer, diviner, soothsayer, Witch, wise one, healer, hedge-priestess or one who dwells by the hedges.

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