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these trials and false accusations practices Those who were proved to required only to do penance But in all magic and miracles that did not suspicion of witchcraft were women evidently regarded by witch-hunters accomplices or familiars Although represent vestiges of pre-Christian religion the old religion probably of confrontations with such heresy most actual prosecution of witches philosophical work of scholasticism supernatural and not of God must be minions see Aristotle Later the Dominican inquisitors in 1486 This paid a fee for each conviction The insensitive to pain if such a spot was found it was regarded as proof body of water if she sank she was the suspected was innocent she was poked and pricked all over her body The persecution of witches declined Enlightenment which subjected such the last outbreaks of witch-hunting already declining in Europe Twenty people were executed in the wake of magic and it was proposed that they accused were actually witches They were accused because the girls said were indeed bewitched it was all a unfortunately after the trials and household of Reverend Samuel Parris would occasionally act bewitched or repented her role in the witch-hunt just a hoax and good acting it is possible that one of the affected soon joined the girls in testifying against the witches But soon had second thoughts after an accusation entitled to take communion She was she was then found guilty and hung but she argued her case so well and found not guilty She was released was convicted and hung on September imagination But as already stated in this report other events led up
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