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It seems, from the many legends and myths, that Isis and her family were actual people. Some say that they came from Atlantis. Others are equally certain that they came from a distant star where civilisation was far advanced. Thoth appears to have been their physician. It could be that, among these ancient people, there were alien animals resembling cats, lions and other highly trained animals. The magician must keep an ever open mind.
How conjurors have beguiled witches what bookes they carie about to procure credit to their art wicked assertions
THUS you see that conjurors are no small fooles. For whereas witches being poore and needie, go from doore to doore for releefe, have they never so manie todes or cats at home, or never so much hogs doong and charvill about them, or never so manie charmes in store these conjurors (I saie) have gotten them offices in the church of Rome, wherby they have obteined authoritie & great estimation. And further, to adde credit to that art, these conjurors carrie about at this daie, bookes intituled under the names of Adam, Abel, Tobie, & Enoch which Enoch they repute the most divine fellow in such matters. They have also among them bookes that they saie Abraham, Aaron and Salomon made. Item they have bookes of Zacharie, Paule, Honorius, Cyprian, Jerome, Jeremie, Albert, and Thomas also of the angels, Riziel, Razael, and Raphael and these doubtlesse were such bookes as were said to have beene burnt in the lesser Asia Acts. 19. . And for their further credit they boast, that they must be and...
Under the new charter, church membership could no longer be a requirement for voting, although Congregationalism (a branch of Puritanism organized according to independent church congregations) remained the official church. Sewall was named a councilor (advisor) in the new royal government, a position he held until 1725, when he decided not to seek reelection. Historians note that the loss of the original charter led to widespread anxiety in Massachusetts, resulting in witchcraft hysteria. Puritan officials believed the colony was under an evil spell cast by witches (people, usually women, with supernatural powers) who had signed a compact (agreement) with the devil (the ultimate evil force). Witches were supposedly seeking revenge on particular members of the community. According to the Puritans, the compact empowered a witch to perform such acts as causing the death of a child, making crops fail, preventing cream from being churned into butter, or...
Many wiccans believe that animals can give that extra special boost in any spell or ritual. Traditionally a witch's familiars where bats, frogs, snakes, spiders, black cats, owls etc. Today a witch's familiar will be you ordinary backyard pet to a goldfish
There are no records extant of the animals held sacred by the early inhabitants of Great Britain, but it is remarkable that the range of the witches' transformations was very limited cats and hares were the usual animals, occasionally but rarely dogs, mice, crows, rooks, and bees. In France, where the solemn sacrifice of a goat at the Sabbath points to that animal being sacred, it is not surprising to find both men and women witches appearing as goats and sheep. Unless there were some definite meaning underlying the change of shape, there would be no reason to prevent the witches from transforming themselves into animals of any species. It would seem then that the witches, like the adorers of animal gods in earlier times, attempted to become one with their god or sacred animal by taking on his form the change being induced by the same means and being as real to the witch as to Sigmund the Volsung 1 or the worshipper of Lycaean Zeus. 2 In many cases it is very certain that the...
One female student demonstrated a written hex she put on the person who shot at her cats, setting the paper and its HEX-agrams on fire. She reported that the shooting at the cats stopped. At a supernatural slumber party in Virginia a young witch-medium asked those participating to state and concentrate on the candle flame in an attempt to summon the Spirit of Madame Curie. She went into a trance possession, cried, screamed, spoke in various tones of voice. At Virginia's James Madison High School a young student-witch gave a demonstration of witchcraft using a frozen frog. She also showed how to stick three rose thorns in a mole's heart, wrapping it in cloth, to be worn as a protection against harm and evil.
Many people claim that dogs and cats can see the spirit world. They can feel and react readily to energy, even your primitive, subconscious force. Witches are supposedly able to take an animal shape, or send an animal on a mission, but that isn't true. Witches assume no form other than their own natural human one.
The Devil also demanded the kiss of shame in other guises besides human and ram. Errores Haereticorum, a medieval tract, claims the Cathars took their name from the term cat, whose posterior they kiss, in whose form Satan appears to them. Tales from the 12th century tell of Satan appearing to his followers in the form of black cats or TOADs and demanding kisses under the cat's tail or in the toad's mouth.
The domestic familiar was always a small animal, was fed in a special manner on bread and milk and blood, and was kept, as Forbes points out, in a box or earthen pot on a bed of wool. It was used for working magic on the persons and property of other people, never for divining. Giffard records the general belief 'The witches have their spirits, some hath one, some hath more, as two, three, foure, or five, some in one likenesse, and some in another, as like cats, weasils, toades, or mise, whom they nourish with milke or with a chicken, or by letting them suck now and then a drop of bloud.' 3 3. In Ales Hunt's own confession (q.v.) the animals in question are called colts. I would suggest that this is cotes, the well-known provincialism for cats but the recorder understood the word as colts and further improved it into horses.
Sandhi applies to other consonants besides nasals for example, consider the English phrase 'cats and dogs', which is pronounced as 'cats and dogz'. Why should that be Looking at it doesn't help you need to sound it. Have you heard why it is so Well, try swapping the sibilants around 'catz and dogs'. Difficult, isn't it So there is an English sandhi rule that a sibilant preceded by an unvoiced consonant is unvoiced, and preceded by a voiced consonant it is voiced (ghosa). It is quite natural, and for the ease of pronunciation.
In my researches for this book I wrote to the Witchquarters of The World in Castletown, on the Isle of Man. This island is in the Irish sea halfway between England and Northern Ireland. Once it was world famous for its tail-less Manx cats. Now The Witches Museum, containing the world's largest collection of artifacts dealing with witchcraft, sorcery, magic and necromancy ever assembled under one roof, has become the Isle of Man's chief tourist attraction. Here's the letter I received in answer to the one I wrote
It is universally agreed that we have two hemispheres of the brain -the left, logical, and the right, intuitive, side - and that generally in the everyday world the left brain predominates. This may be no bad thing after all, buying golden sunflowers and oils pressed from fragrant herbs may lift the spirits, but they will do little for us if we are so disorganised that we fail to remember the cereal and cat food -and the yowls of hungry children and cats ringing through the early morning air are not conducive to relaxation.
Many published books on dream interpretation provide the reader with hundreds of symbols and simplified interpretation. Other than listings of Universal symbols, such books are totally misleading. Each of us has his or her own unique personal symbology, based on our experiences in this life. For example, two elderly ladies dream of a cat. One of the ladies has lived a spinster life shared with a succession of cats that she has loved and pampered. The second lady has a very traumatic memory of a wild cat which scratched her severely during her childhood. It is obvious that a single interpretation of cat will not satisfy both dreamers. To the first lady, the cat is a warm, loving companion. To the second, the cat is an evil, dangerous creature that brings pain. Therefore, it is necessary for the dreamer to analyze the symbol from the standpoint of his or her own personalfeelings.
Fairies are nocturnal creatures and like to drink, dance and sing. Their music is exquisite. Their color is green, which is also identified with witches. Green clothing perhaps helps them to blend into their forests some are said to have green skin. They keep many animals, including dogs, cattle and sheep, which usually are red and white in color, but they do not keep cats or fowl. In Irish folklore, cats are regarded as fairies, generally as evil ones. The crowing of cocks drives away fairies, as well as witches and demons.
The benandanti were compelled to serve their villages during the Ember Days, the changing of the seasons marked by the solstices and equinoxes. At midnight, usually on Thursday but sometimes on Friday or Saturday of the Ember Days, they were summoned, sometimes by drums or, tradition has it, by angels. If they did not respond promptly and were late, they were severely beaten. They left their bodies, and their spirits assumed the shapes of butterflies, mice, cats and hares (see METAMoRPHosis). They went to the valley of Josaphat in the center of the world, where they met the army of witches and warlocks, also in spirit guises. The benandanti would be armed with stalks of fennel, renowned for its healing properties the witches would be armed with sorghum stalks, a type of millet perhaps identified with brooms.
Omens and auguries of coming events may also be drawn by the seasoned practitioner from the appearance on the scene of one such specimen of a coven totem, a grey bird maybe or a large black cat. Part of this witchlore may have filtered out in the past and now be responsible for the common public beliefs about lucky or unlucky black cats crossing one's path, and so on. The second type of magistellus in a witch's repertoire is simply the aforementioned pet animal with whom one enters into an emotional rapport. Should the animal be of the same species as one of the coven totems, then of course it takes on an added witchly significance. If you own a pet you may wish to make use of it as a power object. By charging it with a curse or blessing, as the case may be, specifically directed at someone, that person on coming into contact with the animal will discharge the spell and receive the full impact. Be wary of your witch friends' cats or dogs - be sure you are wearing an amulet of some...
Healers and their other imaginary enemies brought them to kill cats on sight. It was strongly believed that cats were the messengers who helped communication between Witches and Satan. Things haven't changed much. Our cats are no longer considered Satan's messengers, but zealots are still persecuting the victims of plague (AIDS and HIV). Illness is still considered the wrath of God, especially when it strikes someone the Church does not like. The victims of plague are still persecuted for the divine wrath that they have called down. What the zealots are really doing is attempting to justify their own meager existence by blaming someone else. It is kin to Hitler's insistence that Germany was not prosperous because the Jews were holding all the wealth.
The cat-headed goddess, a local deity of the delta. The kindly goddess of joy, music and dancing. Cats were sacred to Bast as a symbol of animal passion. Bast's devotees celebrated their lady with processions of flower-laden barges and orgiastic ceremonies. Her festivals were licentious and quite popular.
In the lore of the Scottish Highlands, a large breed of wild cats, called Elfin Cats, are said to be witches in disguise. The Elfin Cats are about the size of dogs and are black with a white spot on the breast. They have arched backs and erect bristles the stereotypical Halloween cat. Though the black cat is associated with witchcraft, it is nevertheless considered good luck to own one in parts of Europe, England and the United States. But having one's path crossed by a black cat is always bad luck. In other folklore, if a cat jumps over a corpse, the corpse will become a vampire. To prevent this, the cat must be killed. Cats are fertility CHARMs a cat buried in a field will ensure a bountiful crop. The cat plays a role in Vodun in the southern United States. Cat charms, particularly those made with cats' whiskers, can bring bad luck, disease and death to the victim. Conversely, in folklore cats have many healing properties. A broth made from a black cat is said to cure consumption....
Agnes Sampson, the leading witch of the North Berwick Coven, 1590, summoned her familiar by calling 'Elva', and then divined by a dog, whom she dismissed by telling him to 'depart by the law he lives on'. She also used the formula, 'Haill, hola ', and 'Hola ' was also the cry when a cat was cast into the sea to raise a storm.' A man-witch of Alest, 1593, gave the devil's name as Abiron 'quand il le vouloit voir il disoit vien Abiron, sinon ie te quitteray.' 2 Andro Man at Aberdeen, 1597, 'confessis that the Devill, thy maister, is rasit be the speking of the word Benedicite, and is laid agane be tacking of a dog vnder thy left oxster in thi richt hand, and casting the same in his mouth, and speking the word Maikpeblis. He grantit that this word Benedicite rasit the Dewill, and Maikpeblis laid him againe, strikin him on the faice with ane deice with the left hand.' 2 Alexander Hamilton of East Lothian, 1630, when covenanting with the devil, had 'ane battoun of fir in his hand the...
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