Tuesday, September 20, 2016

A book list that prove Witchcraft to be the oldest religion in the world!


  *Note the list is incomplete because there are more books and articles out there.

 

An ABC of Witchcraft past and present by Doreen Valiente

 

Witchcraft a tradition renewed by Even Jones and Doreen Valiente

 

Natural magic by Doreen Valiente

 

Witchcraft for tomorrow by Doreen Valiente

 

Aradia or The gospel of the Witches by Charles G. Leland

 

Mythic masks in self-reflexive poetry by Dr. Dorothy Zayatz Baker Ph.D

 

The Mummies of Urumchi by Elizabeth Wayland Barber

 

The Tarim Mummies by J.P. Mallory and Victor H. Mair

 

Witches by Erica Jong and Kethryn Meyer Griffith

 

Deutsche Mythologie by Jacobs Grimm

 

Teutonic Mythology Vol. 1 by Jacob Grimm

 

Teutonic Mythology Vol. 2 by Jacob Grimm

 

Teutonic Mythology Vol. 3 by Jacob Grimm

 

Teutonic Mythology Vol. 4 by Jacob Grimm

 

The God of the Witches by  Dr. Margaret Alice Murray

 

Witch cult in Western Europe: A study in Anthropology by Dr. Margaret Alice Murray

 

The Meaning of Witchcraft by Gerald B. Gardner

 

Eight Sabbats for Witches by Janet and Stewart Farrar

 

Ancient Ways by Pauline and Dan Campanelli

 

“An Overview of the Paleolithic

Prehistoric cultural stage.” By Robert A. Guisepi Date:2000

 

 

Abbotsford Club Miscellany, vol. i. Edinburgh, 1837.


Ady, Thomas. A Candle in the Dark. London, 1656.


Alse Gooderige, The most Wonderfull and true Storie of. London, 1597.


Arnot, Hugo, Criminal Trials. Edinburgh, 1785.


Baines, Edward. History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster. London, 1836.


Bannatyne Club. Memoirs of Sir James Melville. Edinburgh, 1827.


--- Historie and Life of King James the Sext. Edinburgh, 1825.


--- Diary of John Nicoll. Edinburgh, 1836.


--- Spottiswode's History of the Church of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1847-50.


Baxter, Richard. Certainty of Worlds of Spirits. London, 1691.


Beaumont, John. Historical Treatise of Spirits. London, 1705.


Bede, Venerable. Ecclesiastical History (ed. Giles). London, 1843.


Bernard, Richard. Guide to Grand-Jury men. London, 1627.


Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, vol. xi. Alnwick, 1887.


Black, G. F. Scottish Antiquary, vol. ix. Edinburgh, 1895.


Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, vol. i. Edinburgh, 1817.


Bodin, Jean. De la Démonomanie des Sorciers. Rouen, 1604.


--- Le Fléau des Demons et Sorciers. Nyort, 1616.


Boguet, Henri. Discours des Sorciers. Lyons, 1608.


Bourignon, Antoinette. La Parole de Dieu. Amsterdam, 1683.


--- La vie exterieur. Amsterdam, 1683.


Bounon, Jacques. Chroniques de la Lorraine. Nancy, 1838.


Bovett, Richard. Pandaemonium. London, 1684.


Bower, Edmund. Dr. Lamb revived. London, 1653.


Bromhall, Thomas. Treatise of Spectres. London, 1658.


Burns Begg. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. New Series, vol. x. Edinburgh.
Burr, George Lincoln. Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases. New York, 1914.


Burton, John Hill. Criminal Trials. London, 1852.


 History of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1873.


Calef, Robert. More Wonders of the Invisible World. Salem, 1861.


Calendar of State Papers. Domestic, 1584. London, 1865.


Cambrensis, Giraldus. Itinerary (Bohn's edition). London, 1847.


Camden Society. Lady Alice Kyteler. London, 1843.


Campbell, John Gregorson. Superstitions of the Highlands. Glasgow, 1902.


Cannaert, J. B. Olim procès des Sorcières en Belique. Gand, 1847.


Chambers, Robert. Domestic Annals of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1861.


Chartier, Jean. Chronique de Charles VII (ed. Vallet de Viriville). Paris, 1858.


Chetham Society. Moore Rental. Manchester, 1847.


--- Potts, Discoverie of Witchcraft. Manchester, 1858.


Chronicon de Lanercost (ed. Stevenson). Maitland Club. Glasgow, 1839.


Collection of rare and curious Tracts relating to Witchcraft. London, 1838.


Cooper, Thomas. Mystery of Witchcraft. London, 1617.


--- Pleasant Treatise of Witches. London, 1673.


Cotta, John. Infallible, trite and assured Witch. London, 1625.


--- Trial of Witchcraft. London, 1616.


County Folklore, iii. Orkney. London, 1901.


Cunningham, Allan. Traditional Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry. London, 1874.


Dalyell, John Grahame. Darker Superstitions of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1834.


Danaeus, Lambert. Dialogue of Witches. [London?] 1575.


Davenport, John. Witches of Huntingdon. London, 1646.


Davies, J. Ceredig. Welsh Folklore. Aberystwith, 1911.


De la Martiniére. Voyage des Pais Settentrionaux. Paris, 1682.


De Lancre, Pierre. L'Incredulité et Mescreance du Sortilege. Paris, 1622.


--- Tableau de l'Inconstance des mauvais Anges. Paris, 1613.


Denham Tracts. London, 1895.


Detection of damnable Drifts. 1579.


Erah, J. Onurb. Key to Witchcrafte & Demonolatrie for Guidance of ye Slayers. The Watchers' Society, Cambridge, 1751.


Elven, Henry van. La Tradition, vol. v. Paris, 1891.


Examination of certain Witches at Chelmsford. Philobiblon Society, viii. London, 1863-4.


Examination of A. Baker, Joane Willimot, and Ellen Greene. London, 1619.


Examination of Joane Williford, Joan Cariden, and Jone Holl. (See Collection of rare and curious Tracts.) London, 1645.


Examination of John Walsh. London, 1566.


Fairfax, Edward. Demonologia (ed. W. Grainge). Harrogate, 1882.


Flower, The Wonderful Discoverie of the Witchcrafts of Margaret and Phillip. London, 1619.


Forbes, William. Institutes of the Law of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1722-30.


Foster, Tryall of Ann. Northampton, 1881.


Fountainhall, Lord., Decisions. Edinburgh, 1759.


Fournier, Alban. Épidémie de Sorcellerie en Lorraine. Nancy, 1891.


French Intelligencer, No. 21. Thomason Tracts. London, 1652.


Full Tryals of A Notorious Witches at Worcester. London, n. d.


Gaule, John. Select Cases of Conscience. London, 1646.


Gerish, William Blyth. Relation of Mary Hall of Gadsden. 1912.


--- The Divel's Delusions. Bishops Stortford, 1914.


--- The Severall Practices of Johane Harrison. 1909.


Gibbons, A. Ely Episcopal Records. Lincoln, 1891.


Giffard, George. Discourse of the subtill Practises of Devilles. London, 1587.


--- Dialogue Concerning Witches. Percy Society, VIII. London, 1843.


Gilbert, William. Witchcraft in Essex. London, 1909.


Giraldus Cambrensis. Itinerary (Bohu's edition). London, 1847.


Glanvil, Joseph. Sadducismus Triumphatus. London, 1681.


Goldsmid, E. Confessions of Witches under Torture. Edinburgh, 1886.


Goodcole, Henry. Wonderfull Discoverie of Elizabeth Sawyer. London, 1621.


Gooderige, The Most wonderfull and true storie, of a certaine Witch named Alse. London, 1597.


Green, Samuel Abbott. Groton in the Witchcraft Times. Cambridge, Mass., 1883.


Hale, John. A modest Enquiry (ed. Burr). New York, 1914.


Hale, Sir Matthew. Collection of Modern Relations. London, 1693.


Harou, Alfred. La Tradition, vol. vi. Paris, 1892.


Hector, William. Judicial Records of Renfrewshire. Paisley, 1876.


Hibbert, Samuel. Description of the Shetland Isles. Edinburgh, 1822.


Highland Papers, vol. iii. Witchcraft in Bute. Edinburgh, 1920.


Holinshed, Raphael. Chronicles. London, 1587.


Hopkins, Matthew. The Discovery of Witches. London, 1647.


Horneck, Anthony. Appendix to Glanvil's Sadducismus Triumphatus. London, 1681.


Howell, Thomas Bayly. State Trials. London, 1816.


Humborg, Ludwig. Die Hexenprozesse in der Stadt Münster. [Münster?] 1882.


Hunt, William. History of the English Church. London, 1901.


Hutchinson, Bishop Francis. Historical Essay. London, 1718.


Hutchinson, John. History of the Province of Massachuset's Bay. 1828.
Inch, Trial of Isobel. Ardrossan (1855).


James I. Demonologie. Edinburgh, 1597.


James the Sext, Historie and Life of. Bannatyne Club. Edinburgh, 1825.


Journal of Anatomy, vols. xiii and xxv. London, 1879, 1891.


Journal d'un bourgeois de Paris. Panthéon Littéraire. Paris, 1838.


Justiciary Court, Edinburgh, Records of the Proceedings of. Edinburgh, 1905.


Kinloch, George Ritchie. Reliquiae Antiquae Scoticae. Edinburgh, 1848.


Lamont, John. Diary. Maitland Club. Edinburgh, 1830.


Law, Robert. Memorialls (ed. Sharpe). Edinburgh, 1818.


Lawes against Witches and Conivration. Published by Authority. London, 1645.


Lea, Henry Charles. History of the Inquisition. London, 1888.


Lemoine, Jules. La Tradition, vol. vi. Paris, 1892.


Mackenzie, Sir George. Laws and Customs of Scotland. Edinburgh. 1699.


Maitland Club. Chronicon de Lanercost. Glasgow, 1839.


--- Lamont's Diary. Glasgow, 1830.


Maitland Club Miscellany, vol. ii. Glasgow, 1840.


Manchester Oriental Society's Journal. Manchester, 1916-17.


Mather, Cotton. Wonders of the Invisible World. London, 1862.
--- Increase. Remarkable Providences. London, 1890.


Melville, Sir James. Memoirs. Bannatyne Club. Edinburgh.


Michaelis, Sebastian. Admirable Historie of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent Woman. London, 1613.


--- A Discourse of Spirits. London, 1613.


Monoyer, Jules. La Sorcellerie en Hainault. Essais d'histoire et d'archéologie. Mons, 1886.


Monseur, Eugène. Le Folklore Wallon. Bruxelles (1592).


Moore Rental. Chetham Society, vol. xii. Manchester, 1847.


More, Henry. Antidote against Atheism. London, 1655.


Moret, A. Mystères Ègyptiens. Paris, 1913.


Murray, T. Douglas. Jeanne d'Arc. London, 1902.


Narrative of the Sufferings of a young, Girle. Edinburgh, 1698.


Nicoll, John. Diary. Bannatyne Club. Edinburgh, 1836.


Notestein, Wallace. History of Witchcraft in England. Washington, 1911.


Pearson, Karl. Chances of Death. London, 1897.


Percy Society. Giffard's Dialogue of Witches. London, 1843.


Perkins, William. Discourse of the damned Art of Witchcraft. Cambridge, 1608.


Peterson. Tryall of Mrs. Joan. Thomason Tracts. London, 1652.


Petto, Samuel. A faithful Narrative. London, 1693.


Philobiblon Society. Examination of certain Witches. London, 1863-4.


Pinkerton, John. Voyages. London, 1808-14.


Pitcairn, Robert. Criminal Trials. Edinburgh, 1833.


Pittenweem, A true and full Relation of the Witches of Edinburgh, 1704.


Pleasant Treatise of Witches. London, 1673.


Potts, Thomas. Discoverie of Witches. Chetham Society. Manchester, 1845.


Prodigious and Tragicall History. See Collection of rare and curious Tracts. London, 1652.


Quibell, James Edward. Hierakonpolis, ii. London, 1902.


Quicherat, Jules Éttienne Joseph. Procès de condemnation et de réhabililation de Jeanne d'Arc. Paris, 1841.


Ravaisson, François. Archives de la Bastille. Paris, 1873.


Records of the Justiciary Court of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1905.


Registrum Magni Sigilli Regum Scotorum. Edinburgh, 1886.


Rehearsall both straung and true. London, 1579.


Remigius, Nicholas. Daemonolatria. Hamburg, 1693.


Roberts, Alexander. Treatise of Witchcraft. London, 1616.


Ross, William. Aberdour and Inchcolme. Edinburgh, 1885.


Rymer, Thomas. Foedera. London, 1704.


Sadducismus Debellatus. London, 1698.


St. Osees, A true and iust Recorde of all the Witches taken at. London, 1582.


Sandys, George. Relation of a Journey. London, 1632.


Sawyer, Wonderfull Discouerie of Elizabeth. 1621.


Scot, Reginald. Discoverie of Witchcraft. London, 1584.


Scots Magazine. Edinburgh, 1772 and 1814.


Scott, Sir Walter. Demonology and Witchcraft. Morley's Universal Library. London, 1883.


Scottish Antiquary, vol. ix. Edinburgh, 1891.


Scottish History Society, vol. xxv. Edinburgh, 1896.


Sharpe, Charles Kirkpatrick. Historical Account of Witchcraft in Scotland. London, 1884.


Shaw, Elinor, and Mary Phillips. Northampton, 1866.


Sinclair, George. The Hydrostaticks. Edinburgh, 1672.


--- Satan's Invisible World Discovered. Edinburgh, 1871.


Sinclair, John. Statistical Account of Scotland, vol. xviii. Edinburgh, 1796.


Sinistrari de Ameno, Ludovico Maria. Demoniality. Paris, 1879.


Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. New Series, x. Edinburgh.


Spalding Club Miscellany. Aberdeen, 1841.


Spottiswode, John. History of the Church of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1847-50.


Spottiswoode Miscellany. Edinburgh, 1844-5.


Stearne, John. Confirmation and Discovery of Witchcraft. London, 1648.


Stevenson, J. Chronicon de Lanercost. Maitland Club. Glasgow, 1839.


'Stewart, William Grant. Popular Superstitions of the Highlanders. Edinburgh, 1823.


Surtees Society, vol. xl. Durham, 1861.


Taylor, John. Tracts relating to Northamptonshire. Northampton, 1866.


Taylor, John. The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut. New York, n. d.


Thomson, H. A., and Miles, A. Manual of Surgery. Oxford, 1913.


Thorpe, Benjamin. Monumenta Ecclesiastica. [London] 1840.


Tradition, La, Vol. v. van Elven's Les Procès de Sorcellerie au Moyen Age. Paris, 1891.


--- vol. vi. Harou's Sorciers et Sorcières. Paris, 1892.


--- vol. vi. Lemoine's Sorcellerie contemporaine. Paris, 1892.


True and exact Relation of the severall Informations, Examinations and Confessions of the late Witches executed in the County of Essex. London, 1645.


True and iust Recorde of all the Witches taken at St. Oses. By W. W. London, 1582.


Tryalls of Four Notorious Witches at Worcester. London, n. d.


Wagstaffe, John. Question of Witchcraft. London, 1671.


Walsh, Examination of John. London, 1566.


Webster, John. Displaying of Supposed Witchcraft. London, 1677.


Wellhausen, Julius. Reste arabischen Heidenthums. Berlin, 1897.


Whitaker, T. D. History of Whalley. London, 1818.


Wilson, Daniel. Memorials of Edinburgh in the Olden Time. Edinburgh, 1891.


Witch of Wapping, The. Thomason Tracts. London, 1652.


Witchcraft, Collection of rare and curious tracts on. Edinburgh, 1820.


Witches of Northamptonshire. London, 1621.


Wonderfull Discouerie of Elizabeth Sawyer. London, 1621.


Wonderful Discoverie of Margaret and Philip Flower. London, 1619.