Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Witches, Witchcraft and Demonology - 120 Books on DVDrom


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Contents of Disk (created on a Windows computer):

Witchcraft in North Carolina by Tom Peete Cross 1919

The Secrets of Black Arts - A key note to witchcraft, devination, omens, forwarnings, apparitions, sorcery, daemonology, dreams, predictions, visions, and, the devil's legacy to earth mortals; compacts with the devil! With the most authentic history of Salem Witchcraft by I. & M. Ottenheimer 1900

An Essay on Demonology, ghosts and apparitions, and popular superstitions, also, an account of the witchcraft delusion at Salem by James Thacher 1692 (hard to read)

An Authenticated History of the Famous Bell Witch by Martin Van Buren Ingram 1894

The Book of Witches by Oliver Maddoc Hueffer 1909

The Philosophy of Witchcraft by J Mitchell 1889

The Superstitions of Witchcraft by Howard Williams 1865

A History of Magic Witchcraft and animal magnetism, Volume 1 by JC Colquhoun 1851

A History of Magic Witchcraft and animal magnetism, Volume 2 by JC Colquhoun 1851

On the Rise and Progress of Witchcraft, article in The Gentleman's magazine 1884

The Witchcraft Delusion in New England by Samuel Gardner, Volume 1 1866

The Witchcraft Delusion in New England by Samuel Gardner, Volume 2 1866

The Witchcraft Delusion in New England by Samuel Gardner, Volume 3 1866



The Witchcraft Delusion in colonial Connecticut by John M Taylor 1908

Witchcraft illustrated by Henrietta Kimball, 1892

2000 Years of a Charm Against the Child-Stealing Witch 1900

The Power of Gems and Charms by Geo H Bradley 1907

The Supernatural: its Origin, Nature and Evolution, Volume 1 by John H King 1892(The Evolution of Charms and Spells in the individual mind)

The Supernatural: its Origin, Nature and Evolution, Volume 1 by John H King 1892

The Divining Rod: A History of Water Witching by Arthur Jackson Ellis 1917

The Divining Rod by Charles Latimer 1876

The Mysteries of Astrology and the Wonders of Magic by Charles W. Roback - 1854

What they say in New England; a book of Signs, Sayings, and Superstitions by Clifton Johnson 1896

Witchcraft & Second Sight by John Gregorson Campbell 1902

Studies in Magic from Latin Literature by Eugene Tavenner 1916

A History of the Witches of Renfrewshire 1809

Faiths and Folklore, a Dictionary, Volume 1 by H Carew Hazlett 1905

Faiths and Folklore, a Dictionary, Volume 2 by H Carew Hazlett 1905

Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions by Charles Mackey 1

Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions by Charles Mackey 2

Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions by Charles Mackey 3

Myths of the Red Children by Gilbert L Wilson

Plain Evidence of the Actual Existence of Witches 1834

Potts Discovery of Witches in the county of Lancaster 1613

Salem Witchcraft in Outline by Caroline Upham 1895

Traditions Superstitions and Folklore chiefly Lancashire and the north of England by Charles Hardwick 1872

Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Volume 1 1889

Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Volume 2 1889



Hours with the Ghosts - 19th century witchcraft, Illustrated investigations into the phenomena of spiritualism and theosophy by Henry Evans 1897

Witch Stories by E Lynton 1861

Magic and Witchcraft by George Moir 1852

The attitude of the Catholic church towards Witchcraft by Sister Antoinette Marie Pratt 1915

The Witch-cult in western Europe by Margaret Alice Murray 1921

Irish Witchcraft and Demonology by St John D Seymour 1913

Demonology and Witchcraft by Sir Walter Scott

Letters on demonology and witchcraft by Sir Walter Scott 1840

The Witch-Woman and the Bridge of Fear, true story in Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine 1904

Demonomania and witchcraft by Joseph Workman 1871

Narratives of sorcery and magic by Thomas Wright 1852

The Devil in Britain and America by John Ashton 1896

Allusions to Witchcraft and other primitve beliefs in the Zoroastrian literature by Leo Frachtenberg 1911

A Collection of Rare and Curious tracts on Witchcraft and the second sight; with an original essay on witchcraft by David Webster 1820

Studies in the history of religions (English witchcraft and James the First) 1912

The Supernatural as Represented in Plays, article in Modern philology 1904

Lives of the Necromancers - An account of the most eminent persons in successive ages, who have claimed for themselves, or to whom has been imputed by others, the exercise of magical power by William Godwin 1834

The Lancashire witches by William Ainsworth 1897

Lancashire legends by John Harland 1873

The Wonders of the Invisible World - being an account of the tryals of several witches lately executed in New England : to which is added : A farther account of the tryals of the New-England witches by Cotton Mather 1862

The Sorceress - a study in middle age superstition by Jules Michelet 1905*

The Puritan in England and New England by Ezra Byington 1896

Witchcraft of New England explained by Modern Spiritualism by Allen Putnam 1881

The Hartfordshire Wonder by WB Gerish 1907



The New-England tragedies by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1868

The New Puritan - New England two hundred years ago, some account of the life of Robert Pike, the Puritan who defended the Quakers, resisted clerical domination, and opposed the witchcraft prosecution by James Pike 1879

Aradia, or, The Gospel of the witches (one page missing, another page hard to read) by Charles Godfrey Leland 1899*

Malleus Maleficarum (English translation - searchable PDF)

The Malleus Maleficarum (Latin for "The Hammer of Witches", or "Hexenhammer" in German) is a famous treatise on witches, written in 1486 by Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Sprenger, two Inquisitors of the Catholic Church, and was first published in Germany in 1487. The main purpose of the Malleus was to systematically refute arguments claiming that witchcraft does not exist, refute those who expressed skepticism about its reality, to prove that witches were more often women than men, and to educate magistrates on the procedures that could find them out and convict them.

The book was an instantaneous success, read by clergyman, doctors, lawyers, and any others who could read. The Hammer of the Witches was so popular, in fact, that it out sold nearly every other novel for almost two hundred and fifty years, second only to the Bible.

A Dialogue Concerning Witches & Witchcraft by George Gifford 1842

Confessions of Witches Under Torture by J. L. Pitt 1886

Saducismus Triumphatus -  Full and plain evidence concerning witches and apparitions by Joseph Glanville 1700

A Historical Account of the Belief in witchcraft in Scotland by Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe 1884

The Witch of Salem by John Musick 1893

A Short History of the Salem Village Witchcraft Trials by MVB Perley 1911

Witchcraft in Salem Village by John Fiske 1904

A Colonial Witch being a study of the black art in the colony of Connecticut by Frank Samuel Child 1897

The Salem Witchcraft - The planchette mystery and Modern spiritualism by Harriett Beecher Stowe 1886

The Psychology of the Salem Witchcraft excitement of 1692 and its practical application to our own time 1882 by George Miller Bears

Philosophy and phenomena of spiritualism by Franklin Thomas 1922

Woman in Sacred History - a series of sketches drawn from scriptural, historical, and legendary sources by Harriet Beecher Stowe 1874

The Witches of New York by QK Doesticks 1859

The Witches Dream Book and Fortune Teller by AH Noe 1885**

The Mysteries of all Nations: Rise and progress of superstition,laws against and trials of witches, ancient and modern delusions; together with strange customs, fables, and tales by James Grant, Archeologist 1880

A Short History of the Inquistion to which is appended an account of persecutions by Protestants, persecutions of witches, the war between religion and science by Eugene MacDonald 1907

Annals of witchcraft in New England by Samuel Drake 1869

Gypsy sorcery and fortune telling by Charles Godfrey Leland - 1891

Pathetism: Man considered in respect to his form, life, sensation, soul, mind, spirit; giving the rationale of those laws which produce the mysteries, miseries, felicities, of human nature. Psychology, phrenology, pneumatology, physiognomy, pathognomy, physiology by La Roy Sunderland 1847

Superstition and Knowledge, article in The Quarterly review 1823

Lilith: The Legend of the First Woman by Ada Langworthy Collier - 1885

The Lilith Legend, article in The Museum journal 1912

Lilith, Adam's First Wife, article in Frank Leslie's Sunday magazine 1884

Witchcraft and Christianity, article in Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine 1898

An Encyclopaedia of Occultism by Lewis Spence

Aramaic Incantation texts by James Alan Montgomery 1913

Witchcraft and the Church, article in The New Monthly Magazine 1863

The History of Magic During the Christian Era, article in The Edinburgh review 1904

Groton in the Witchcraft Times by Samuel Green 1883

Magic Incantations by Christianus Pazig 1886

Gaelic Incantations, charms, and blessings by William Mackenzie 1895

Bibliographical notes on the witchcraft literature of Scotland by John Ferguson 1897

Satan as a moral philosopher by Caleb Sprague Henry 1877

Plus you get the following works of Witches in Fiction:

The Witch By Mary Johnston 1914

The Witch of Prague by F Marion Crawford 1890

Andrew Lang's The Yellow Fairy Book 1906 (has: The Witch and Her Servants, The Witch, The Witch in the Stone Boat)

Popular Romances of the West of England (has an entire section on Socery and Witchcraft) by Robert Hunt 1881

Old fires and profitable ghosts by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch 1900

Stories of Red Hanrahan (The Wisdom of the King) by William Butler Yeats 1914

Spiritual tales by Fiona Macleod 1897 (The Dark Nameless One)

The Science of Fairy Tales by Edwin Hartland 1891

The Supernatural in Romantic Fiction By Edward Yardley 1880

The supernatural in modern English fiction by Dorothy Scarborough 1917

The Amber Witch by W Meinhold 1895

Beowulf 1901

The Witch-Finder, Volume 1 by Thomas Gaspey 1824

The Witch-Finder, Volume 2 by Thomas Gaspey 1824

The Witch-Finder, Volume 3 by Thomas Gaspey 1824

Lois the witch by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell 1861

The White Witch by Jack McLaren 1919

Witch Hypnotizer by Zena Maher 1892

The Witches Sabbath by Edward Meyerstein 1917

The Witch's Head by H Ryder Haggard 1887

Rewards and fairies by Rudyard Kipling (Marklake Witches) 1910

The Witch of Roseberry Topping, story in Blackwood's magazine 1835

The Black mass by Frederic Breton 1897



Household tales with other Traditional Remains, collected in The Counties of York, Lincoln, Derby, and Nottingham by Sidney O. Addy 1895

(The Blacksmith who sold himself to the Devil, The Witch and the Ploughman, plus articles on Witchcraft, Superstitions, Omens and Magic)

Russian Folk Tales by WRS Ralston 1873 (sections on Incarnations of Evil, Magic and Witchcraft, Ghosts, Demons)

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