History of Witchcraft and Demonology (1925)

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 360 pages
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Firmly believing in the whole paraphernalia of Satanism, the author has a wonderfully good time describing its nefarious orgies with a gusto which even the reader of feeble faith is apt to catch. Contents: Introduction; The witch - heretic and anarchist; Worship of the witch; Demons and familiars; The Sabbat; The witch in Holy Writ; Diabolic possession and modern spiritism; The witch in dramatic literature; Bibliography.

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User Review  - Brandy Jo - Goodreads

longest book ever. the content while informative is excessive. if you want to read a textbook or if you need teaching material that will bore your audience to tears this may be the book for you. Thank goodness it was free on my nook and in the discount bin at Barnes and Noble or I would a bit angry Read full review

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User Review  - Curtis Runstedler - Goodreads

Montague Summers seems entirely convinced that witchcraft happened, but he overlooks the fact that these demonic activities and black magic rituals were largely conceived out of irrational fear. I don ... 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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