What's sad, there are people protesting Harry Potter because they somehow have gotten the impression that witchcraft exists, brooms can fly, magic potions can get you money, etc.
If your child cannot differentiate between fantasy and reality and gets a broomstick and jumps off the roof and breaks their neck, or drinks some kind of secret magic potion made out of Draino, let me know so i can nominate them for a Darwin Award.
I'm half-kidding of course, I think most people have taught their kids the difference between make-believe and real. But....and hey, if they want to practice witchcraft, let `em, they'll find out eventually that they made a big mistake, lol.
That's not in character for me, I know, so I'll say this "if they want to practice phony religions, let them, it is their Constitutional right".
I never knew that the nuttier of the witchcraft-obsessed types ACTUALLY BELIEVE that witchcraft WORKS..that is, that you REALLY can curse people and do magic with the power of Satan. Of course, believing that it actually works is probably the best advertisement for Satanic witchcraft there is.