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« Reply #1: May 20, 2011, 05:56:02 pm »

New interview with him has just appeared on one of the blogs I follow.

http://necropolisnow.blogspot.com/

Interesting interview Vale thanks for sharing it.

I especially liked the part where Ronald Hutton talks about the history of Witchcraft in europe or of witchcraft accusations anyway. Ive been talking to people here about the same thing

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The English word ‘witch’ has always been the equivalent in this language of those used across the world, in many different tongues, for somebody who uses magic to hurt other people

That is the view Im into after reading some books on the subject but its counterbalanced by the detailed witch confessions in Europe. They dont happen anywhere else in the same way afaik...

cool interview \m/
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