First, we must look at the true origins of witchcraft, those hidden in the mists of time. This is a subject that has been written
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An immense mass of verbiage has gathered around the Sacred Science since Mme Blavatsky drew back the curtain of occultism.
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The history of European witchcraft beyond the early modern witch trials has only recently emerged as a serious branch of witchcraft studies.
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