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Witchcraft: A History: The study of magic and necromancy through the ages,…

by Susan Greenwood

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Throughout the world, human beings have engaged in a multitude of beliefs and practices to express, explain and give meaning to the cosmos.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0754826449, Hardcover)

A detailed historical and anthropological study of the traditions of witchcraft around the world with an in-depth examination of magic and its relationship with religion, from prehistory to the post-modern era. 

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Magic has played a part in most cultures throughout human history. Traditions and practices may differ but the essential elements remain the same. This history examines the roots and foundation of magic, and the way it has helped to shape our view of the universe and our place within it.… (more)

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