Witches And Heretics In The Medieval World: Why It Can Never Be Proven If The Ever Existed.
Since practically the beginning of time, as early as 9 C.E. there has been the
belief of God. Along with that belief, there was the belief of the Antichrist,
or the Devil and his minions, commonly known as Witches, warlocks, and
sorcerers. These words have many different meanings attached to them, however each basically mean that they are a group of people who share a common belief system which opposes that of the Roman Catholic Church. Witches were seen as evil people, primarily women, whom devoted their
lives to killing and bringing pain and illness to others through the power of black m…
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