Witchcraft And Wicca Books Collection 2 On CD

Witchcraft And Wicca Books Collection 2 On CD Part 2 (144 books). I have put together a collection of Wicca and Witchcraft books by some of my favorite Wiccan authors. These books are great for someone that wants to learn more about Wicca in the hopes of studying this often misunderstood religion or to understand a Wiccan friend or loved one. Like all religions, Wicca has good points and bad points. It can be used for good or misused for bad. The internet is full of a lot of misinformation on Wicca. I offer these Wicca and Witchcraft books to help you gain accurate information by qualified teachers of the craft. I want you to not only learn the facts but also learn how to use Wicca in a positive way to empower yourself to create the life in which you have always dreamed.

If you've decided you want to learn about Wicca, what should you read? After all, there are literally thousands of books on the subject -- some good, others not so much. This list features books that every Wiccan should have on their shelves. A few are historical, a few more focus on actual Wiccan practice, but they're all worth reading more than once.

Some books in this collection are either rare or hard to find. They are essentially books of powerful magic spells from either unusual or lost sources. Some of these books contain serious spells which should be used carefully and judiciously. The user of these spells assumes all responsibility for the outcomes.
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Demonology and Witchcraft by Walter ScottSir Walter Scott's Demonology and Witchcraft contains among others the case of Bessie Dunlop, whose familiar was the ghost of one Thome Reid, killed at the battle of Pinkie (1547), who enabled her to give answers to such as consulted her about the ailments of human beings or cattle, or recovery of things lost or stolen. This... more
Liber Kaos by Peter CarrollA complete, advanced magical training course for the individual or for groups, with details of the author's magical order, an outline for setting up a temple, and instructions for carrying out the essential rituals of Chaos Magic. Includes a fresh look at aeonics, cosmogenesis, auric magic, and shadow time, as well as discloses... more
The History Of Witchcraft And Demonology by Summers MontagueMy present work is the result of more than thirty years close attention to the subject of Witchcraft, and during this period I have made a systematic and intensive study of the older demonologists, as 1 am convinced that their first-hand evidence is of prime importance and value? whilst since their writings are very voluminous... more
Magic for Beginners by Kelly LinkStories from Magic for Beginners have been published in McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales, Conjunctions, The Dark, and One Story. "Stone Animals" was selected for The Best American Short Stories: 2005. "The Faery Handbag" received the Nebula, Locus, and Hugo Awards and was a finalist for the British Science... more
Night Magic by Phillip WilliamsI can only imagine at this point that you are about to put down this Book and run scared due to words like Night, Darkness, Dark Power, and The title of the book itself, Night Magick. Before we begin learning about Night Magick I believe it will help to understand what I mean by these "night" terms.Evil exists only in the... more
VooDoos And Obeahs Phases of West India Witchcraft by Joseph John William1932. Voodoo and obeah are distinct from one another, both in origin and practice, and to understand the force and influence they originally exercised over their devotees, we must disassociate them from the myriad of other forms of magic that have impinged themselves upon them. The author spent a vast amount of time in Jamaica,... more
The Jesus Mysteries Was the Original Jesus a Pagan God by Timothy FrekeThe lively and energetic style of this book will give the ordinary reader a rare insight into what may be called the New Age of Antiquity, and thereby also to the obscure and intriguing beginnings of Christianity. Scholars will appreciate the thorough documentation, specified in hundreds of footnotes. Professor Alvar Ellegard,... more
An History of Magic Witchcraft and Animal Magnetism by John Campbell ColquhounModern doctrine of Animal Magnetism, which, indeed, was, until lately, entirely unknown. Facts are generally related and attested by various authors of reputation and credit and they have been laid before the reader of this work with as much accuracy as a diligent inquiry could insure. The various authorities for these... more
Witchcraft For All by Louise HuebnerThere are real witches today. Contrary to folk tales, they don't go riding about by night on brooms. They don't cavort in the nude unless they have something very normal in mind, and they don't cackle over cauldrons of vintage LSD.They do dabble in spells and chants, burning candles and employing powerful processes, but once... more
On Cursing by Phil Hineby Phil Hine - a presentation made at UKAOS 1992. People tend to view Cursing in the same way that they view masturbation. There's a hell of a lot of it goes on, but most people aren't going to admit to it, much less that they're any good at it, or have made a careful study of it. Another common factor between the two practices... more
Anglo Saxon Witchcraft by Swain Wodening"What was Anglo-Saxon witchcraft?" is a very difficult question to answer. Our sources are primarily laws against the practice of witchcraft. These laws unfortuantely lump a whole lot of Heathen practices together so that it is difficult to tell whether galderes "charm speakers," seers, and leechs "healers" were counted as... more
Armanen Runes Three Free Rune Courses by Karl Hans WelzThe material that follows must be regarded as a basic alphabet from which you will form sentences. Until all the basic data, i.e., meanings of Runes, is thoroughly known there can be no insights or intuition from an inner manipulation of the meanings here listed. Insights based on a THOROUGH mastery of these basics can with... more
Halloween Spells by Leo RuickbieHallowe'en is traditionally a time of spells and magic. Learn more about these old seasonal charms and modern Wiccan spellcraft for Samhain.Free information sheets (typically one-page pdf documents) to download, print and re-distribute. You can hand these out to your friends, at festivals, post on forums and upload to your own... more
The Discoverie of Witchcraft by Reginald ScotRemarkable 16th-century classic attempted to disprove existence of witches. Rich full account of charges against witches, witch trials, practice of the black arts. Excerpts from Inquisition, interviews with convicted witches, discussions of alchemy, astrology, much more. Indispensable primary source on witchcraft. Introduction... more
Liber KKK Or Kaos Keraunos Kybernetos by Peter CarrollLiber KKK is the first, complete, systematic magical training programme for some centuries. It is a definitive replacement for the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage, which system has become obsolete due to its monotheist transcendentalism and its dependency on repressive forms of inhibitory gnosis now considered... more
Dance of the Witches Opening the Devil Eye by Robin ArtissonSome acts of craft require the trance to be effective in any meaningful way: divination, for instance, requires a shift into a state wherein subtle realities and messages are not only apparent, but able to be communicated.I have written at length about the need to change more than one's individual, moment-to moment perspective... more
The Religion Of The Ancient Celts by John Arnott MaccullochOriginally published in 1911 MacCulloch uses various texts as a source to piece this tome on the religion of the pre-Christian Celts together. Overall a good work, especially when you consider this was written before most, if not all, of the major archaeological finds that gave great insight into the ancient Celts. I love... more
Grimoire of Eclectic Magick Part 1 of 3 by Parker Torrence
Runa by Stephen FlowersRuna is that which is hidden, perpetually beyond the grasp of the intellect. By attaining to levels of Understanding of what was previously hidden, we push back the barriers and in the process create even greater mysteries beyond. This process is clear in science as well as art. As I Understand the current constellation of... more
The God Of The Witches by Margaret Alice MurrayThis celebrated study of witchcraft in Europe traces the worship of the pre-Christian and prehistoric Horned God from paleolithic times to the medieval period. Murray, the first to turn a scholarly eye on the mysteries of witchcraft, enables us to see its existence in the Middle Ages not as an isolated and terrifying... more
The Magical Pact of The Illuminnates Of Thanateros by Peter CarrollSince the inception of the Chaos Magic current some individuals have elected to work alone whilst others have worked in concert in a loose configuration of allied groups. The Magical Order of the IOT has in practise functioned as a highly creative Disorder. This creative disorder has spawned, among other things, a structure... more
Grimoire of Eclectic Magick Part 3 of 3 by Parker Torrence
Grimoire of Eclectic Magick Part 2 of 3 by Parker Torrence
Embracing The Witch And The Goddess by Kathryn RountreeThe purpose of the book is to present an ethnography of New Zealand feminist witches - to colour one small space in the global picture of Paganism - and to engage with a number of issues and debates which concern the feminist spirituality movement as a whole. I have also compared New Zealand witches with those in places where... more
Devotions And Demonesses by Phil HineTaken from a series appearing in Talking Stick magazine For this issue, I did originally intend to look at some of what I considered the key charactistics of Tantric practice, and then to go on to discuss some of the magical practices in Tantrism. However, I've decided to, for the moment, concentrate on discussing the magical... more
The Dark Forces by OnaFor too long our enemies have lied about us. But, as the cosmic tides begin another Aeonic change as the Age of the Dark Gods begins, we proclaim openly our defiance and our creed. No longer shall the lies go unchallenged. Accordingly, we - as representatives of those dark forces which have always shaped our evolution proclaim... more
Irish Witchcraft and Demonology by John Drelincourt SeymourThis is a survey of the Witch persecution in Ireland, as well as a wide array of other paranormal events such as poltergeists, ghosts, apparations and even an early UFO account. Very readable, yet well documented, this book has extensive and fascinating quotes from historical source documents.Seymour proposes that the... more
Medicine And Witchcraft In The Days Of Sir Thomas Browne by John KnottThe origins of medicine are closely linked to the supernatural. The primitiveview of medicine had more to do with magic than with what is considered medicine today. Witchcraft, or the practice of magic, could be used to inflict illness or to take it away. Hippocrates and later physicians tried to separatemedicine from magical... more
Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft by Walter ScottIn ill health following a stroke, Sir Walter Scott wrote Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft at the behest of his son-in-law, J. G. Lockhart, who worked for a publishing firm. The book proved popular and Scott was paid six hundred pounds, which he desperately needed. (Despite his success as a novelist, Scott was almost ruined... more
Anthology 01 Chronicles of the Foundation by Reformed Druids
Anthology 05 The Great Druish Books by Reformed Druids
Against The Neopagans by Julius EvolaExtracted from "Grundisse" by Julius Evola The Misunderstandings of the New "Paganism". It is perhaps appropriate to point out the misunderstandings that are current at the moment in some radical circles, who believe that a solution lies in the direction of a new paganism. This misunderstanding is already visible in the use of... more
The Golden Dawn by MorwynTaken from the Book "Secrets of a Witches Coven" by Morwyn.During the same time, ceremonial magic, which followed the patterns of ficino, Mirandola, the Roscrucians, and the Freemasons, was evolving. Alphonse Louise Constant (1810- 1875), better known by his nome de plume Eliphas Levi, was a magician who borrowed from treatuses... more
Rites That Go Wrong by Phil HineI am indebted to the indomitable Reg for suggesting the subject of tonight's talk. Magicians are all too eager to hold forth about the rituals that work - the superb invocations, the powerful evocations and the money-working spell after which you find a tenner lying in the street. But what about the rituals that don't come off... more
Anthology 02 Books of the Apocrypha by Reformed Druids
Path of Initiation The Fivefold Pattern of the Witching Way by Robin ArtissonMost people have the understanding that to claim to belong to a traditional witch "group", one must go through a period of learning, join a group, be vouched for, and be initiated. This is how many modern groups do work. I think this is a very problematic formula, however, because most people fail to see beyond it. They seek... more
The Roots Of Witchcraft by Michael HarrisonFascinating book with enough "oomph" to make me want to check out more books on the subject. The author comes across as brilliant, but scatter-brained and after a while, some of the tangents he goes off on become tedious and confusing, causing a re-read of what the original subject was for clarity. One has to remember that this... more
Witch Brew by Mary MazzerThe focus of my work is an investigation of the ritual of ornamentation. In both the fabrication and presentation of my work, I regard my assemblages as fetish objects, as autonomous art objects and an iconography of my subjective memory. By accepting the assemblages as fetish objects, I am referencing the ritual of... more
A History Of Magic And Experimental Science by Lynn ThorndikeLynn Thorndike's History of Magic and Experimental Science, in 8 volumes, is still the premier reference work for the history of magic in the west. The first 2 volumes cover late antiquity through the 13th century, and volumes 3-4 cover the 14-15th century. These are strong volumes, copiously researched and well-indexed, and a... more
Eight Sabbats Of Witchcraft by Mike NicholsThis file contains 9 seasonal articles by Mike Nichols. They may be freely distributed provided that the following conditions are met: No fee is charged for their use and distribution and no commercial use is made of them These files are not changed or edited in any way without the author's permission This notice is not... more
Anthology 04 Laws Trivia and Calendars by Reformed Druids
Anthology 09 The Books of the Latter Day Druids by Reformed Druids
Reclaiming the Pagan Worldview The Heart of Mysticism by Robin ArtissonThe more I study mythology and folklore, the more I come to the same conclusion that people from every age of this world have come to: myths are the most precious treasures bequeathed to us by generations long past. It has become very fashionable to look down on mythology and other narratives that feature elements that are seen... more
Walking The Wiccan Path After The Cristian Path by Maureen DelaneyI am Wiccan. One may view Wicca as one of the newest or one of the oldest religions in the world. The foundation of Wicca is the Celtic society (circa 800 BCE) and their reverence of nature, seasonal days, beliefs and the Deities they worshiped. That foundation can also be traced back to the Pagan1 society of Canaan and their... more
The History Of Magic Vol 1 by Joseph Ennemoser
King Of The Witches The World Of Alex Sanders by June JohnsThis Book is a cornerstone of Wiccan Literature. It is easy to read in biography form and explains a number of complex phenomena that were then taking place within wicca during the early generation of this past century. As it tells the story of his life, the book explores intricate balances of life and death, good and evil and... more
Anthology 08 A General History by Reformed Druids
Celtic Myths Influence in Britain and Ireland by Sean SeymourWith recent discussions concerning the validity of classical writings documenting early Celtic society, the relationship between Celtic myths and the legends and folklore of societies that followed have come into question. This paper will discuss how Celtic myth relates to the history of the societies in the region of Britain... more
Healing Virtue Saludadores Versus Witches In Early Modern Spain by Maria TausietThe absence of any clear dividing line between the fields of medicine and religion3 in early modern Spain becomes particularly evident when looking at the figure of the so-called saludador (literally, a healer, or health-giver, from the verb saludar, to heal). As the term implies, these individuals claimed to have healing... more
Anthology 06 The Green Books by Reformed Druids
Anthology 03 Books of the Liturgy by Reformed Druids
Witchcraft A History Of The Black Art by Walter GibsonWalter Brown Gibson (September 12, 1897 - December 6, 1985) was an American author and professional magician, best known for his work on the pulp fiction character The Shadow. Gibson, under the pen-name Maxwell Grant, wrote "more than 300 novel-length" Shadow stories, writing up to "10,000 words a day" to satisfy public demand... more
Witch Hunt Mysteries of the Salem Witch Trials Study Guide by Marc AronsonThis study guide is designed to enhance students' mastery of key content and skills in social studies, language arts, and other disciplines through examination of the Salem Witch Trials. It is intended to be used in conjunction with Witch-Hunt: Mysteries of the Salem Witch Trials by Sibert Award-winning author Marc Aronson,... more
Allusions To Witchcraft And Other Primitve Beliefs in the Zoroastrian Literature by Leo Joachim FrachtenbergThe purpose of this article is to gather all the more important allusions to Sorcery and Witchcraft and other practices included in the general term magic, contained in the Zoroastrian literature", and to-present also a concise exposition of certain other primitive laeliefs prevalent among the ancient Iranians. The aim is... more
Anthology 00 Introduction by Reformed Druids
Anthology 07 Miscellany by Reformed Druids
Anthology 10 Oral Histories by Reformed Druids
Satanism And Witchcraft The Occult And The West Part II by John Ankerberg
Annals of Witchcraft in New England And Elsewhere in the United States by Samuel Gardner DrakeTHIS is the firft Attempt, fo far as is known to the Writer, to collect together the Annals of Witchcraft in this Country. Like all firft Attempts in an untrodden Path of Hiftory, this may fall ftiort of Expectation in feveral refpedts. Thofe who look for a Succeflion of Tales of Horrour of the moft terrible Kind may be... more
The Star Of Life A Historical and Spiritual History of the Pentagram by Sharynne NicMachaThe Pentacle, the symbol of Witchcraft, is a bold and fascinating statement about our place in the Universe. The pentagram represents an ancient concept that can be found in philosophical thought in both East and West. Although over 8,000 years old, the image of the pentagram is applicable in our modern world. The pentagram... more
The New Book Of The Law by Lady GaladrielIn my years of teaching and running a group, I have always had a dissatisfaction with the popular "Book of the Law" available to most Seekers. I felt it to be too archaic in its wording and perspective -- and while it was valuable in the Burning Times, it simply does not deal with the concerns and needs of "modern-day" Witches.... more
Witches Wives and Mothers by Louise JacksonWitches, Wives and Mothers: witchcraft persecution and women's confessions in seventeenth-century England by LOUISE JACKSON.The confessions made by the Suffolk women charged with witchcraft in 1645 indicate that, in many cases, accused women were contextualising their own experiences within a wider demonological framework.... more
Demonomania And Witchcraft by Joseph WorkmanJOSEPH Workman, hardware merchant, newspaper writer, medical teacher, and the most influential psychiatrist of his day in Canada was so highly regarded by his medical contemporaries that he was elected President of The Canadian Medical Association in 1877, first President of the Ontario Medical Association in 1881, and first... more
The History Of Magic Vol 2 by Joseph Ennemoser
Antinomianism by Roger WhitakerAntinomianism (from the Greek "against" + "law"), is a belief originating in Christian theology that faith alone, not obedience to religious law, is necessary for salvation. The concept is related to the foundational Protestant belief of Sola Fide, or justification through faith alone however, antinomianism represents an... more
Irish Witchcraft and Demonology OCR Version by John Drelincourt SeymourThis is a survey of the Witch persecution in Ireland, as well as a wide array of other paranormal events such as poltergeists, ghosts, apparations and even an early UFO account. Very readable, yet well documented, this book has extensive and fascinating quotes from historical source documents.Seymour proposes that the... more
Witchcraft in North Carolina by Tom Peete CrossThe study of popular delusions has far more than an antiquarian or academic interest. Its results constitute one of the most fascinating and instructive chapters in the story of human progress. Written history is not so much the record of battles, conquests, and legislative acts as of social and intellectual development, and no... more
Records of Salem Witchcraft Copied From The Original Documents Vol 2 by William Eliot Woodward
Women At Stake Interpretations of Women Role in Witchcraft and Witch Hunts by Raisa Maria ToivoSoon after the witch trials died out in the western world, the wise men of the enlightenment invented a figure of 9 million witches that burned on the stakes. The 9 million witches were supposed to have been old, sick and poor women, suspect because of their deviant age and looks but essentially harmless victims of the horrid... more
Witchcraft in Salem Village in 1692 Together With a Review of The Opinions of Modern Writers by Winfield NevinsSince the publication of Witchcraft in Salem Village many writers have been speculating as to the causes which led to what they are pleased to call the "delusion/' or the "craze" or the "murder", of 1602. Hypnotism, spiritualism and various isms and ologies are suggested as causes for the outbreak in Salem Village. There a no... more
The Salem Witchcraft Papers Vol 1 by Paul Boyer
Doctors And Witchdoctors Witch Doctors Are Witch by Larry BriskmanA witch doctor originally referred to a type of cunning man who treated ailments believed to be caused by witchcraft. It is currently used to refer to healers in some third world regions, who use traditional healing rather than contemporary medicine. In the first world it usually refers to homeopaths, chriopractors and faith... more
Imbolc Festival of the Goddess Brigid by Leo RuickbieIs it St Bride's Day or Candlemas? No, it's Imbolc, the time when Pagan Celts honour the goddess Brigid. Free information sheets (typically one-page pdf documents) to download, print and re-distribute. You can hand these out to your friends, at festivals, post on forums and upload to your own website. Terms and conditions... more
Miracle Deliverance Power of Pagan Names and Christian Names by Pat HollidayMy friend from Nigeria, Pastor-Evangelist Michael T. Adenitire writes: God hates idolatry and if it remains unresolved, the enemy has a legal right to accuse and oppress. Combing the biblical principle of the visitation of the sins of the fathers on the children with clinical data from deliverance sessions, we observe a... more
The Salem Witchcraft Papers Vol 3 by Paul Boyer
Representation Of Paganism Wicca And Witchcraft In Modern Fictional Mass Media by Lisa DinsmoreThe aim of this dissertation was to examine representations of Paganism by comparing recent fictional representations of Pagans and Wiccans against a "real life" model of Pagan and Wiccan practices and beliefs. A literature review focused on forming a model of Paganism, and looked at previous works which considered the... more
Metaclysmia Discordia Or The Chaonomicon by Saint SynapticsI humbly and proudly follow in the footsteps of the mighty Principia Discordia, the inconceivable Apocrypha Discordia, the wholly incorrigible Summa Discordia, the meaty Book of Eris and the delicious Zenarchist's Cookbook (There may be more books out there that I've followed in the footsteps of, but I forget what they are).... more
Witch Warlock And Magician Historical Sketches of Magic and Witchcraft OCR Version by William Henry Davenport Adams
Robert Kirk Walker Between Worlds by Robert John StewartThis new edition of The Secret Commonwealth comes many years after I first read, in childhood, the incomplete edition prepared by Andrew Lang and published in the last century. In the intervening period a modern academic edition, edited by Stewart Sanderson, was published by the Folklore Society (Mistletoe Series). This... more
History Of Wicca In England by Julia PhillipsThis talk was given by Julia Phillips at the Wiccan Conference in Canberra, 1991. It is mainly about the early days of the Wicca in England specifically what we now call Gardnerian and Alexandrian traditions. The text remains "as given", so please remember when you read it that it was never intended to be "read", but... more
3 Green Books by MorwynReformed Druids like stories and short pithy wisdom sayings. Over the years, various Arch-Druids have collected good stories to share with their fellow Grove members, especially during the meditative part of the Order of Worship. Some consider the meditation to be the very heart and purpose of the ritual, so chose a selection... more
Pagan Christs Studies In Comparative Hierology by John Robertson1911. The bulk of the present volume is substantially a synthesis of Christian origins, introduced by a discussion of the principles of hierology. Such discussion is still forced on sociology by the special pleaders of the prevailing religion. But the central matter of the book is its attempt to trace and synthesize the real... more
The Salem Witchcraft Papers Vol 2 by Paul Boyer
Civility And The Decline of Magic by Keith ThomasOne of the most puzzling aspects of the emergence of a new kind of world in the last few centuries in the West is the development of what we now call 'science'. The shift from a magical and religious dominated cosmology to a mechanistic and secular one, though far from complete and far from confined to the period roughly... more
13 Questions On Paganism And Wicca by Richard RoyMy conception of any sincerely religious person is that he tries to express his convictions into his life. To me, it seems that the most potent form of prayer is in work. Or like Gurdjieff said, "Work as if everything depends on work. Pray as if everything depends on prayer." It seems to me the lack of practical work leaves a... more
Weaving Magic Webs Internet Identities and Teen Wiccan Subcultures by Julia DaviesWeaving Magic Webs: Internet Identities and Teen Wiccan subcultures. A consideration of one particular on line community and their web based interactions Dr. Julia Davies.This paper outlines ongoing research looking at the use made of the Internet by many teenaged girls, who form networks and allegiances for discussion of a... more
Gendered Alter Wiccan Concepts of Gender and Ritual Objects by Jesse Daniel SloanMany ethnographic accounts within the annals of anthropological literature describe the religious beliefs and magical rituals of peoples throughout the world. Fewer scholars have focused on the relatively young Neo-Pagan religious movement. "Neo-Pagan," explains Helen Berger in Voices from the Pagan Census (2003), "is an... more
Exegesis On The Wiccan Rede by Judy HarrowAll religions began with somebody's sudden flashing insight, enlightenment, a shining vision. Some mystic found the way and the words to share the vision, and, sharing it, attracted followers. The followers may repeat those precise and poetic words about the visionuntil they congeal into set phrases, fused language, repeated by... more
Witch Warlock And Magician Historical Sketches of Magic and Witchcraft by William Henry Davenport AdamsThe following pages may be regarded as a contribution towards that 'History of Human Error' which was undertaken by Mr. Augustine Caxton. I fear that many minds will have to devote all their energies to the work, if it is ever to be brought to completion and, indeed, it may plausibly be argued that its completion would be an... more
Halloween And Samhain by Leo RuickbieFind out about the history and meaning of Hallowe'en (Halloween) and Samhain. Based on a Press Association interview with Dr Leo Ruickbie in 2008.Free information sheets (typically one-page pdf documents) to download, print and re-distribute. You can hand these out to your friends, at festivals, post on forums and upload to... more
Rome Pagan and Papal by Mourant BrockReligion in ancient Rome encompassed the religious beliefs and cult practices regarded by the Romans as indigenous and central to their identity as a people, as well as the various and many cults imported from other peoples brought under Roman rule. Romans thus offered cult to innumerable deities who influenced every aspect of... more
The Devil Mark And Witch Prickers Of Scotland by John McDonaldSearch for the Devil's or witch's marks formed an important part of the examination of suspected witches in the 17th century. These skin marks were insensitive to piercing by a needle and did not bleed. Ideas about them varied between countries. In England and America, the mark was regarded as an extra nipple where the witch's... more
A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to1718 by Wallace NotesteinIn its original form this essay was the dissertation submitted for a doctorate in philosophy conferred by Yale University in 1908. When first projected it was the writer's purpose to take up the subject of English witchcraft under certain general political and social aspects. It was not long, however, before he began to feel... more
The Christian Eucharist and The Pagan Cults by William Mansfield GrotonPublisher: London, Longmans, Green, and co. Publication date: 1914 Subjects: Lord's Supper Notes: This is an OCR reprint. There may be numerous typos or missing text.
Spirituality and Gender by John NashA major crisis in the world today concerns women and spirituality. Women everywhere are experiencing a rapid expansion in consciousness that has opened up new avenues to self-expression and fulfillment. From the limited fields of the home, teaching, and nursing, women now enjoy opportunities in virtually every field of... more
Electric Garters of California by New Wiccan ChurchELECTRIC GARTERS an abridged version of RED GARTERS is available on various Pagan computer BBS. The RED GARTERS of California is the official voice of the New Wiccan Church of California. The Office of the California State Summoner publishes a minimum of 8 issues per year, as a function of the membership and mailing lists of... more
A Confirmation and Discovery of Witchcraft by John StearneJohn Stearne was an associate of Matthew Hopkins the Witchfinder General. He was known at various times as the witch-hunter,and "witch pricker", John Stearne, a family man and land owner from Lawshall near Bury St Edmunds, was 10 years older than Hopkins. He maintained a house in Manningtree which is where he met Hopkins... more
Spiritualism as Modern Witchcraft in New England from 1848 to 1866 by Nathan BeierThis paper was written for History 396: Transformation of the Witch in American Culture. The course was taught by Professor Carol Karlsen in Winter 2009.1848 found New York to be a hothouse of religious and social innovation. In Seneca Falls, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and other female reformers drafted the Declaration of... more
The Witch And The Demoniac In Tudor And Stuart England by Stephanie du BarryThis analysis will argue that that very few of the accused witches in Tudor and Stuart England were in fact insane but that the accusers, whether possessed or otherwise "bewitched" were far more likely to be suffering from some form of mental disorder. Witchcraft beliefs in Tudor and Stuart England were seldom employed to... more
Witch Milk And Witches Marks by Thomas ForbesThe term witch's milk, referring usually to the mammary secretion of newborn infants,t is an example of that small group of medical and biological words and phrases which had its origin in the popular vocabulary of past centuries. (Freemartin2' is a similar term.) Such expressions lack the classical dignity of Greek and Latin... more
Witches An Extraordinary Expression of Misogyny in the 16th and 17th Centuries by Stephanie du BarryWoman hating during the 16th and 17th centuries was far from being a new phenomenon - it was rooted deep in the male psyche where it had been since primitive man. Woman hating, according to anthropological studies, stems from an innate fear which is still now evident among most pre-literate societies. Part of this fear stems... more
Cotton Mather and Salem Witchcraft by William Frederick PooleNearly two centuries have passed away since the saddest tragedy of early New England history was enacted at Salem and Salem Village. Instead of fading out from the memory of men, the incidents of Salem Witchcraft are receiving more attention to-day than at any former period. Tlie fact of its being the last great exhibition of a... more
Sunday Sacredness In Roman Paganism by Robert Leo OdomWith most of the Christian world honoring Sunday as their day of worship, the question of its origin becomes important.Over the past hundred years much has been written about the use of the week among ancient pagan peoples. However, little has been done to compile such historical material into an easily accessible book for the... more
The Philosophy of Witchcraft by John MitchellThe Philosophy'of Deroonology, or Witchcraft, involves in it, in a greater or lesser degree, the history of a considerable portion of the inhabitants of every age and nation, and embraces," within the wide range of its illustrations, the consideration of some of the most important faculties of the human mind. No subject... more
Brewing Up Trouble Wicca And The US Military by Robert MaginnisIt is quite possible to maintain an army that is totally male, totally white, totally heterosexual and totally monotheistic. However, in its wisdom, the U.S. army became integrated a few decades ago they have allowed women into an increasing range of assignments. They do not reject those gays and lesbians who stay in the... more
Miracle Deliverance New World Pagan Idolatry by Pat HollidayIdolatry and Witchcraft works in your mind but it will capture and imprison your spirit. The New Age Movement is to the highest degree of duplicitous and scathing philosophy at work in religion today. It is interlaced not only in witchcraft, idolatry and Satanism but it is attacking all Christian denominations. The New Age... more
European Paganism The Realities of Cult from Antiquity to the Middle Ages by Ken DowdenThis book has grown out of that experience in datacompression. I have always believed that smaller areas were best understood in larger contexts and in many ways the whole question of paganism in Europe requires the largest of views. The largest of views, however, takes more room and more time than one would ever imagine, and... more
Discovery of Witches by Thomas PottsWere not every chapter of the history of the human mind too precious an inheritance to be willingly relinquished -for appalling as its contents may be the value of the materials it may furnish may be inestimable -we might otherwise be tempted to wish that the miserable record in which the excesses occasioned by the witch mania... more
A Confirmation and Discovery of Witchcraft OCR Version by John Stearne
A Modern Witch Hunt Among The Lango Of Uganda by Ray AbrahamsThe material presented in this paper was collected in 1967 while I was carrying out research in Labwor, Northern Uganda, It concerns events which took place at that time in the neighbouring area of Lango District, the home region of President Obote. For a variety of reasons, I did not investigate these events in great detail... more
Teen Witches Wiccans and Wanna Blessed Be by Lawton WinsladeJ. Lawton Winslade Teen Witches, Wiccans, and "Wanna-Blessed-Be's": Pop-Culture Magic in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.In a series about vampires and magic, where words have visible magical effects and vampirism itself is based on a quite literal contagion, Buffy seems a perfect text to explore such linguistic and performative... more
The Discovery of Witches In Answer to Severall Queries Lately Ver 1 by Matthew Hopkins
Magician Or Witch Christopher Marlowe Doctor Faustus by Michelle MatthewsIn this project, I look closely at the play Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe and its relationship to the witchcraft and magic debates that occurred in Early Modern Europe. Europe was alive with witch crazes in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries witches were considered a manifestation of diabolical evil, and... more
Mysterious Delusions Witchcraft in Salem by Walter RoweThe Salem witchcraft trials are events that most Americans have heard of, but about which they actually know very little. For example, some people believe that witches were burnt in Salem. Actually, the prescribed punishment for witchcraft under English law was hanging. Another commonly held belief is that the witchcraft... more
Robin Hood And The Witches by Michael MageeRobin Hood is the King Arthur of the people. The "bitter cry" of the oppressed was echoed in the Old English Chronicle of the days of Stephen and, ignored by court historians and writers of romance, centuries had to elapse before it could find adequate expression in the alliterative lines of Piers Plowman, and in the preaching... more
The Witch In Scotland And The Witch In East Anglia A Comparative Study by Stephanie du BarryWhat characteristics predisposed individuals to accusations of witchcraft? In looking at both the accused themselves and at the accusations, one is struck with many notable similarities between witches in Scotland and witches in East Anglia. This paper will examine those similarities as well as highlighting the differences in... more
Witchcraft and Devil Lore in the Channel Islands by John Linwood PittsTRANSCRIPTS FROM THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE GUERNSEY ROYAL COURT, WITH AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION AND HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION.In presenting to the public another little volume of the "Guille-Alles Library Series," it affords me much pleasure to acknowledge various kindnesses experienced during its preparation. From Edgar... more
New England Other Witchhunt The Hartford Witchhunt Of The 1660 by Walter WoodwardAlthough many teachers focus on the Salem witch-hunt of 1692, the history of witchcraft in New England provides other important perspectives from which to examine this perennially interesting topic. Salem, as the most expansive and punitive single episode of witch-hunting in colonial New En gland, assuredly merits, and gets,... more
Witchcraft and Superstitious Record In The South Western District of Scotland by John Maxwell WoodWitchcraft persecutions really began in England in 1563 with the statute of Elizabeth I, much later than elsewhere in Europe, but did not really become fully developed until the reign of James I. Various estimates have been given of the number of persons hanged as witches in England during the period of laws against witchcraft... more
Valentines vs Lupercalia by Leo RuickbieValentine's Day has got nothing to do with a Christian saint, but everything to do with kinky Pagan sex rituals. Get the free history download: Valentine's Day origins in Lupercalia.Free information sheets (typically one-page pdf documents) to download, print and re-distribute. You can hand these out to your friends, at... more
Walpurgisnacht by Leo RuickbieFree information sheets (typically one-page pdf documents) to download, print and re-distribute. You can hand these out to your friends, at festivals, post on forums and upload to your own website. Terms and conditions apply.
The Crucible And The Reasons for The Salem Witch Hunt by Tobias JohanssonThe purpose of this essay is to examine and discuss what the reasons behind the witch hunts in Salem were and attempt to explain why and how they could occur. In order to do so, the following questions have been chosen in order to narrow down the field of interest, as the topic in itself is very vast, even when considering a... more
Bibliographical Notes On The Witchcraft Literature of Scotland by John FergusonJohn Ferguson (1837-1916), Regius Professor of Chemistry in the University of Glasgow from 1874-1915, is best remembered for his Bibliotheca chemica, Glasgow, 1906, which is a standard tool for every investigation in the history and bibliography of chemistry. Ferguson was a keen book collector and in 1921 an important section... more
False Memory Syndrome and the Inquisition by Summer WoodsongMemories are modified by circumstance and environment There is a new witch hunt in the United States. It has no need for proof and there is no reprieve. It is sufficient to be accused, and the lingering stench never fades. It is sexual abuse of children. The accusers are children with recovered memories of abuse and the accused... more
Witchcraft in Salem Village in 1692 Together With Some Account Of Other Witchcraft Prosecutions by Winfield NevinsMY design in writing this book has been to tell the story of the witchcraft delusion of 1692 in such a way as to convey a faithful picture to the reader. In order to do this it seemed advisable to give some account of the settlement of Salem and the neighboring villages, and their growth from 1626 to 1692, that the reader... more
The Witch of Salem by John MusickCharles Stevens of Salem, with Cora Waters, the daughter of an indented slave, whose father was captured at the time of the overthrow of the Duke of Monmouth, are the principal characters. Samuel Parris, the chief actor in the Salem tragedy, is a serious study, and has been painted, after a careful research, according to the... more
The Place of Magic in The Intellectual History of Europe by Lynn ThorndikeExcerpt from book: ous powers to the extent that he can fascinate and bewitch his fellows. Nor should we forget the attribution to the heavenly bodies of an enormous influence over minerals and vegetation, over human health and character, over national constitutions and customs, even over religious movements. We find this... more
Pagan and Christian Rome by Rodolfo Amadeo LancianiChristian Church and the word church are used to denote both a Christian association of people and a place of worship. The word church is usually, but not exclusively, associated with Christianity. The term means something quite different for each religious institution that sees itself as belonging to the Christian traditions.... more
The Discovery of Witches In Answer to Severall Queries Lately Ver 2 by Matthew Hopkins
The Survival of Witchcraft Prosecutions and Witch Belief in South West Scotland by Lizanne HendersonDuring the era of the Scottish witch-hunts, Dumfries and Galloway was one of the last regions to initiate witch prosecutions, but it was also one of the most reluctant to completely surrender all belief in witches until a comparatively late date. In the late seventeeth and early eighteenth centuries south- west Scotland, better... more
A Rebel And Witch The Historical Context by MaryLynn SaulMorgan le Fay, alternatively known as Morgane, Morgaine, Morgana and other variants, is a powerful sorceress in the Arthurian legend. Early works featuring Morgan do not elaborate her character beyond her role as a fay or magician. She became much more prominent in the later cyclical prose works such as the Lancelot-Grail and... more
Why We Love the Apocalypse by Toby HemenwayPeople in the Peak Oil movement chafe at the label of doomer, but many of us do have an apocalyptic bent. Although plenty of Peak Oil commentary is sober analysis, a survey of major websites and books quickly brings up titles like dieoff.org, oilcrash. com, The Death of the Oil Economy, The End of Suburbia, and The Last Hours... more
Ye Lyttle Salem Maide A Story of Witchcraft by Pauline Bradford Mackie HopkinsYe lyttle Salem maide, a story of witchcraft (1898), a novel by Pauline Bradford Mackie (1873-?), Lamson, Wolffe and Co., Boston, 1898.PAULINE BRADFORD MACKIE has distinguished herself as a writer of historical fiction, and for this her work is worthy of close consideration. The work of Pauline Bradfo d Mackie does not exhibit... more
Feminist Redemption of the Witch Grimm and Michelet as 19 Century Models by Qinna ShenThis article will focus on the reconfigurations of the image of the witch in Jacob Grimm's Deutsche Mythologie (1835) as well as Jules Michelet's La Sorciere (1862). It begins with the discussion of the prevalent negative perception of the witch during Jacob Grimm's lifetime in two iconic texts: Goethe's Faust and Jacob Grimm's... more
Overview And Guide for Wiccans In the Military by Sacred Well CongregationThis work developed out of an identified need for clear and concise information regarding the practice of Wicca, particularly as it pertains to US military members and their families, friends, commanders, and chaplains. Many people were significantly involved this effort. The authors would particularly like to thank Reverend... more
A Short History of the Salem Village Witchcraft Trials by Martin Van Buren PerleyThis short history meets that earnest desire it gives the origin, growth, and death of the hideous monster it gives dates, courts, and names of places, jurors, witnesses, and those hanged it names and explains certain "men and things" that are concomitant to the trials, with which the reader nuiy not be conversant... more
A Short History of the Salem Village Witchcraft Trials OCR Version by Martin Van Buren Perley
The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut 1647 to 1697 by John Taylor1908. The true story of witchcraft in Connecticut has never been told. It has been hidden in the ancient records and in manuscripts in private collection, and those most conversant with the facts have not made them known for one reason or another. It is written here, from authoritative sources, spanning the years 1647-1697.... more
The Witch of Prague by Marion CrawfordThe witch Unorna pursues true love. While she is being pursued by Israel Kafka who is madly in love with her, Unorna falls madly in love with ""The Wanderer,"" who goes about the world in search of his long lost love, Beatrice. Unorna is not able to make the Wandered fall in love with her without making many attempts at casting... more
Ye Lyttle Salem Maide A Story of Witchcraft OCR Version by Pauline Bradford Mackie Hopkins
Witchcraft in Kenmore from 1730 to 1757 by John ChristieThis is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or... more
Reviews Of Leo Ruckbie Work by Marty DodgeWitchcraft Out of the Shadows has been favourably reviewed by Alan Richardson, expert on the Magical Tradition, by Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.de, Blogcritics, and Epinions.com, in addition to having received many personal recommendations and words of praise from readers. If you want to review Witchcraft Out of the Shadows, then... more
The Literature of Witchcraft in New England by Justin WinsorThe detailed consideration of the literary remains of witchcraft is clearly of the greatest value in helping us to understand it, and it is curious that no-one has attempted this approach before. Dr. Anglo's and his contributors' scholarly essays are therefore most welcome, and they stand out in excellence amongst the current... more
The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut 1647 to 1697 OCR Version by John Taylor

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