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witch-cult in Western Europe

Margaret A. Murray

witch-cult in Western Europe

by Margaret A. Murray

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

1st ed. originally published: 1921.

Statementby Margaret Alice Murray.
SeriesOxford paperbacks
The Physical Object
Pagination303 p. :
Number of Pages303
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18366868M

The Witch-Cult In Western Europe by Margaret Alice Murray The Witch-Cult in Western Europe was the first book in which Margaret Murray developed her controversial literal interpretation of . The Witch-Cult in Western Europe, by Margaret Alice Murray, [], full text etext at The Witch-Cult in Western Europe: Appendix III. Names of Witches in Covens.

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Murray's Witch Cult in Western Europe , written during a period she was unable to do field work in Egypt, laid out the essential elements of her thesis that a common pattern of underground pagan resistance to the Christian Church existed across Europe. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Murray, Margaret Alice. Witch-cult in Western Europe. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, (OCoLC)


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To this day it still arouses fierce debate among the Neopagan intellegensia. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top The witch-cult in Western Europe: a study in anthropology Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : The Witch Cult in Western Europe PREFACE 2 unpublished trials among the Edinburgh Justiciary Records and also in the Guernsey Greffe.

The following articles have already appeared in various journals, to whose editors I am indebted for kind. The Witch-cult in Western Europe: A History of Scottish, French and British Witchcraft, with A Guide and Notes on the Spells and Familiars of Witches Murray, Margaret Alice Published by CreateSpace Independent Publis ().

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The Witch Cult in Western Europe is compelling reading — both from a historical point of view, and from a spiritual point of view. I am not a witch. I am a heathen — and, granted, for many readers of this review the distinction I make is hardly there, but for the rest of us, it is a wide enough gulf to be considered.

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"The mass of existing material on the subject is so great that I have not attempted to make a survey of the whole of European witchcraft, but have confined myself to an intensive study of the cult in Great Britain."--PrefPages: The Witch Cult In Western Europe is one of the most controversial books about witchcraft written in 20th century.

People either love it or hate it. Published in it became the "must have" book on witchcraft until the 's when it fell out of favour.