Who are the witches and sorcerers in fact
Almost everything you know about witches is untrue. They don’t wear pointy hats, don’t brew potions in huge cauldrons, and they’re okay with their noses.
These are just some of the many absurd things that popular media spread about witches and witchcraft. That is who they really were.
Who were the real witches and sorcerers really
Witches are now. In 1954, Englishman Gerald Gardner introduced the public to the public, Wicca. In fact, Wiccans are a modernized cult of witches: they worship the horned god and the triune goddess.
Contrary to popular belief, witchcraft has little to do with Satanism. The roots of witches and sorcerers go far back in time and affect pagan beliefs, where the concept of Satan did not exist in principle.
Not all witches are evil. The Middle Ages divided sorcerers engaged in white and black magic. However, those and others with pleasure burned at the stake the Inquisition.
People of the Indian state of Assam are still known as the true practices of black magic.It is believed that the chosen masters are able to turn people into animals.
In the Middle Ages, many innocent women died on European bonfires. A witch could blame anyone - out of jealousy, deceit, or unsatisfied lust. This practice has put the population of European countries in a bad position: there was simply no one to give birth to children.
But even more women died in the dungeons of the torture chambers. Girls of all classes were persecuted. Being a midwife meant endangering not only your life, but also the lives of your loved ones.
There was even a special guide for identifying black magic. Opus Malleus Maleficarum, the hammer of witches, taught witch hunters the subtleties of the profession: where to shave a woman's hair, to see the sign of Satan, how to avoid spells and even ward off the devil himself.
Their witches were not only in Europe. India has raised its followers of black magic, called “Daayana,” which means a woman with supernatural powers. During the entire 15th century, the Dayan cult flourished in many Indian states.