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Abode of Divinities Frank Alapini
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This volume offers a broad description of the concepts of gods and God. The reader will be able to meditate on the place of reasoning and scriptures in spirituality. He/she will access old and new ideas about divinities and creation stories successively exploring several ancient civilizations, old religions, new religious movements, esoteric movements, as well as the viewpoints of skeptics and atheists. Explanations are given on the ways to know divinities, the non-personal nature of the Holy Spirit, the non-pre-existence of Jesus, the nature of God and gods whether angels, demons, Annunaki, Jinns, deified humans, or messiahs. Several religious "isms" such as pantheism, monotheism, polyt ...
How to Burn a Witch: And Other Ghastly Tales Of Imaginary Fixations Resulting in True Terror And Un-Godly Horror P. Dyer, Et Al.
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ISBN: 9781956964448
How to Burn a Witch In the name of God, the Church, and/or the King and Other Ghastly Tales of Imaginary Fixations Resulting in True Terror and Un-Godly Horror or How the Roman Catholic Church and its agents, joined by European and English Kings, along with Presbyterian and Episcopalian ministers, tortured, executed, and burned 250,000 so-called witches and heretics in Europe in order to execute extortion and revenge schemes, control the people, and rid the earth of those who would challenge Papal, biblical, and/or Monarchial authority. This book is a compilation of extremely detailed historical writings on the subject of witches, heretics, and judicial torture. Compiled a ...
The History of Witchcraft in England Wallace Notestein
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ISBN: 9781956964516
The History of Witchcraft in England 1558-1715 by Wallace Notestein is a Piranesi Press Historical Reprint. This is an abridged version of the original 1911 book removing the mundane 732 academic footnotes and forty some pages of appendices so the narrative is clear and easy to read. The unabridged version is also available but is twice the page volume and a bit more costly to produce, therefore the difference in price. Unless you are an academic researcher of witchcraft, this version is your best bet and more enjoyable to read. I think Dr. Wallace must have set a world record for the number of footnotes in a book at the time. Limited Edition of 500 Copies World-wide.