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Toledo, OH, USA
When I was a kid, every little girl wanted to be a princess. Nowadays, none of the girls want to be a princess. They all want to be a witch !! Here is how: William Seabrook addresses this book to rational people only. It consists of the candid adventures of a great reporter among living witches in the world today. It is one man's testimony to the existence and the limitations of witchcraft now. It is the low-down on actual sorcery (Black Magic and White Magic too) by one who confesses not merely to have witnessed the stuff, but to have been a practitioner himself, for both good and evil. Although this book may boil and bubble with the dirty doings of modern witches, white and black; the current sorcerers, incantations, human vampires on the Riviera; panther men in Africa and Satanists in Paris; Devil worshipers in New York; werewolves in Washington Square; witchcraft cures and killings dated 1940 in the United States -- take these things how you will, there are observed experiences which remain intractable and there are stories which for fascination and for candor beat anything that you have ever read. Witchcraft is not demonic. It is a specific real and dangerous force, evil when used for evil, mysterious in some of its manifestations, but always analyzable always understandable within the bounds of reason and combatable in consequence like crime snake bite insanity and yellow fever.
- PID: 15161620264
- Publisher: Lancer Books, Inc
- Date Published: 1968-01-01
- Seller: Discover Books
Notes: Noticeably used book. Text is legible but may be soiled and have binding defects. Heavy wear to covers and pages contain marginal notes, underlining, and or highlighting. Possible ex library copy, with all the markings/stickers of that library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, and dust jackets may not be included.