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A serious look at witches, covering all aspects of witchcraft and associated superstitious beings from the middle ages. This is probably the largest information gathered in one book about witches, demonology, spirits, magic and religious beliefs. Discover why innocent people were claimed to be witches, and how they were executed. Learn about demons and evil spirits, and occult science.   

Subjects include:  

Witches and genuine trials
Witch finders and methods
Methods of torture
Gods and Godesses
Mythical beasts and ghosts
Saints and sinners
Philosphers and priests
Demonology and Satanists
Magic and astrology
Curses and evil spells
Vampires and funerals

Superstition, generally so called, has run through a course of ages from parents to children, leaving it still deeply rooted in the minds of many civilizations around the world in the 21st century. James Grant took 40 years to write this book, revised by Jonathon Welles for the 21st century.

If a person dreamed of someone being a witch, they would be killed.  If someone saw a cat, they could accuse a woman having transformed into the beast.  This book contains several hundred  true accounts and stories once deemed true, which will today shock you.

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