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Yes, men can be witches. Smh…🙄 For everyone up in a tizzy that men are witches, I want you to read “Man as Witch: Male Witches in Central Europe”. It’s a history book that’ll help you understand the role of gender in witchcraft. Witchcraft has been subverting and breaking gender roles since it’s existed. #witcher #malewitchesofinstagram #malewitches #malewitch #history #salem #witchcraft #wiccan #wiccanpractices #wiccaacademy #meninblack #magicmen Visit us at www.wiccaacademy.com 🌟 Male Witch Art Pagan Men, Witch Male, Male Witches, Pagan Men, Polymer Journal, Witch School, Hoodoo Spells, Male Witch, Witch Quotes

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Yes, men can be witches. Smh…🙄 For everyone up in a tizzy that men are witches, I want you to read “Man as Witch: Male Witches in Central Europe”. It’s a history book that’ll help you understand the role of gender in witchcraft. Witchcraft has been subverting and breaking gender roles since it’s existed. #witcher #malewitchesofinstagram #malewitches #malewitch #history #salem #witchcraft #wiccan #wiccanpractices #wiccaacademy #meninblack #magicmen Visit us at www.wiccaacademy.com 🌟

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Dennis Prager
Why were witches, in the early modern period, women? The simple answer is that they were not. In all parts of Europe there were male witches and in some part of Europe male witches (witch = those put on trial for that crime) outnumbered narrowly or substantially the number of female witches. So at one end of the scale, in the Bishopric of Basel from 1571-1670 only nine male witches were tried, a mere 5% of the total. In nearby Venice from 1550-1650 24% of all cases were men. In Finland, 1520-169 How The Universe Works, Male Witch, Witch Pictures, Magick Spells, Magic Man, Divine Mother, The Secret Book, Witch Aesthetic, Dark Photography

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Why were witches, in the early modern period, women? The simple answer is that they were not. In all parts of Europe there were male witches and in some part of Europe male witches (witch = those put on trial for that crime) outnumbered narrowly or substantially the number of female witches. So at one end of the scale, in the Bishopric of Basel from 1571-1670 only nine male witches were tried, a mere 5% of the total. In nearby Venice from 1550-1650 24% of all cases were men. In Finland…

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jon Cole