The mania of those who believe all that was told concerning demons and sorcerers, such as Jean Bodin, Pierre De Lancre, Pierre Le Loyer, and others. Bodin's 1580 book Demonomania of the Sorcerers, on devilry, is a vivid account of demonomania.
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