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Chapter 6: Chapter Exploration

Chapter Exploration

Alchemy

Valentine Andreae
Roger Bacon Helvetius
Hermes Trismegistus
Albertus Magnus Paracelsus


Magick

Abremelin Magick
Black Magick
Enochian Magick
Vodun/Vodoun/Voodoo

White Magick


Magi

Agrippa
Count Allesandro Cagliostro
Aleister Crowley John Dee
Dr. Faust Marie Laveau
Eliphas Levi Simon Magus
Pico della Mirandola Pythagoras

Count Saint-Germain


Wicca

People of Wicca

Margot Adler
Philip Emmons (Isaac) Bonewits
Raymond Buckland
Gavin Frost and Yvonne Frost
Gerald Brosseau Gardner
Sybil Leek
Margaret Alice Murray
M. Macha NightMare
Starhawk
Doreen Valiente


Witchcraft

Familiars
The InquisitionThe Time of the Burning
Sabbats


Witchcraft Trials

England France
Germany Salem, Massachusetts
Scotland Spain


Witchhunters

Jean Bodin Henri Boguet
Matthew Hopkins Pope Innocent III
Pierre de Lancre


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