Gelie Duncan, Horwitz, 1970, Softcover.


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What Exactly is witchcraft?


There are so many varied and conflicting opinions on the subject, so many versions of its meaning, so many forms that it takes. It is impossible to give it a clear and unbiased definition of this strange and esoteric cult that has survived for centuries. The church has condemned it as a "vast secret network of malice and heresy." Most anthropologists adopt a more tolerant attitude and contend that it is either a purely pagan cult, dating back from pre-christian times or simply supernatural illusion.


But who can really tell?


Christians believe that Satan manifests himself as the anti-God, so they cannot claim that Satanisim is unreal. Modern witches in Europe conduct pagan rituals and perform acts of worship to their Creator in a manner which gives them immense physical and psychicho-logical satisfaction. Whatever the answer, the fact is that witches exist, and the worship of Satan is a living religion. The author presents a fascinating and vivid account of witchcraft at large in the world. She makes no claims, but simply presents a wealth of factual information.


The rest is up to you.


Condition: Good + book has very slight shelf wear on cover and off white pages.

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