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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion - 236 pages
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The 1595 guide to demonology, used by the Church along with the Maleus Maleficarum for the trials of witches. Translated by E. A. Ashwin. Edited with an introduction and notes by the Rev. Montague Summers. "Drawn from the capital trials of 900 persons, more or less, who within the last fifteen years have in Lorraine paid the penalty of death for the crime of witchcraft."

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It's hard to know how to rate this book, because I certainly wouldn't want anyone to think I agreed with anything inside. It is a curiosity, a remnant of the European witch trials, written 4 centuries ... Read full review

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Montague Summers was considered one of the early twentieth century's foremost experts in the occult.

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