A Warlock is the term attributed to a male witch. Aside from gender distinction, there is no real difference between witches and warlocks and both have been presented as originating from different paradigms and gifted with a wide variety of powers and skills. Warlocks have been shown practicing the arts of both black magic and white magic. A warlock was the central antagonist of the Warlock film series as played by Julian Sands and later, Bruce Payne. Warlocks also played a key role in the Charmed television series. The very first adversary of the Charmed Ones was a serial killer warlock named Jeremy Burns.
(See Also: Warlocks; Warlock film series; Witches)
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The term "White Horse" is a fictional metaphor used in the film Halloween II (2009). It is linked to instinct, purity and the drive of the physical body to release powerful and emotional forces, like rage with ensuing chaos and destruction. Michael Myers often saw the imagery of a white horse in his dreams as did his younger sister Laurie Strode.
A witch is a practicioner of magic, a scholar of the occult, or a manipulator of supernatural forces. A witch is usually a gender-specific term referring to a woman. Male witches exist, but are usually referred to as warlocks.
(See Also: Warlock)
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