The Realness of Witchcraft in America
by A. Monroe Aurand, Jr.
The Realness of Witchcraft in America is a very unique book of Witch Doctors, Pow Wows, Angels, Hex, Apparitions, Hexeru, Devils and Sex. It was written by A. Monroe Aurand Jr. in 1942. What makes a man superstitious, his religion or lack of it? There is witchcraft in America practiced for centuries in unknown places in Pennsylvania. As given by the dictionary, a witch can be anybody man or woman, old or young. Thousands have died or been tortured for this practice since 1233, mostly innocents. Many people throughout the world accept charms as a form of protection from evil. This is an excellent book that explains much of the myths, persecutions, theories and history of this ancient and controversial practice. WITCHES OR NO WITCHES, YOU SHOULD READ THIS ACCOUNT!
Table of Contents:
Publisher’s Preface; What Makes A Man Superstitious; His Religion, Or A Lack Of It?; Witchcraft And Beliefs In Evil Spirits Came To America Long Ago; Puritans Raised Hell With Witches In Early Days; Strange Evolution For Getting Rid Of Evil Spirits; Charms And Trinkets Are Revered By Many Of Our People; Some Of The "famous" Witch Trials In Pennsylvania; Those Little "differences" Between Science And Folklore; And So They Celebrate Pagan Days In Our Public Schools; Who Gets Hurt If Our Witchcraft Is Taken From Us?; A Witch Case In The Making--that Never Went To Court (yet)