‘Fear’ reminds us that witches are monsters haunting our dreams, confirming who we are through what we are not. Witches are living projections of feelings that defy easy rationalization or reconciliation: amity and enmity, compassion and cruelty, self-confidence and fear. They embody emotional ambiguity, subconscious manifestations of complex, often conflicted, relationships. Witches resist simplification, and are as diverse and complicated as the contexts to which they belong: economy, politics, religion, family, community, and mentality. Witchcraft is hard to define because it involves aspects of ourselves as a species, and as individuals, that trouble us. Nevertheless, it offers a glimpse into the intimate spaces and intricate mechanisms of past lives.