Witchcraft Continued: Popular Magic in Modern Europe

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INDEX
active witchcraft 2, 69, 71, 81, 175, 181
Allen, Christopher historian 62
Altenstein, Karl Sigmund von education minister 32
Amades, Joan folklorist 137–8
Amey, Mary and Frances bewitched 16, 18
Amis, Kingsley writer 66
amulets 141, 160–1, 184
Andrews, Irene murdered 200
Angelina healer 164
anger 77, 87
animal magnetism 8, 33, 91
anthropology 14–15, 89, 107, 113
see also functionalism
anti-superstition literature 30
Antonia sorceress 163, 165
Anvill, James drowned 20
Apolito, Paolo anthropologist 170
apple 116
armageddon 124, 205, 207
Association de Notre-dame des Sept-Douleurs de Boulleret 109
astrology 6, 127
Bakker, Cornelis folklorist 92, 95, 101
Balladur, Edouard politician 126
banshee 202, 203
Barandiarán, José Miguel ethnologist 138
Barriola, Ignacio Mariá ethnologist 138
Barry, Jonathan historian 12
bathing ritual 74, 79
Beller, Karoline stigmatized 43
Bellucci, Giuseppe folklorist 154
Bible belt 204, 206
Bidwell farmer 23
Bitten, film
black magic 2, 191–3, 195, 198, 201, 205, 206
black man 109, 203
Blancher, Henri healer 121
Blavatsky, Helena P. theosophist 115
Blécourt, Willem de historical anthropologist 109, 111, 134, 140, 175
blood 4, 9, 17, 18, 22, 48, 52, 53, 55, 158
boasting 76
body 71, 98, 114, 166
see also second body; violence
Boogaarts, Jan cunning man 96
boundary 72, 78, 94, 99, 176
Bouteiller, Marcelle anthropologist 111
Brasey, Edouard journalist 127
Braun, Luise visionary 40
Braybrook, Thomas attacker 16
bride, bewitched 78
bride catching 38
Briggs, Robin historian 15
broomstick 97
Brown, Alice bewitched 16, 18
Brown, Thomas parent 18, 21
bruixa 138, 139
bryony 58, 59
Bulgaria 183
Bunel, Clement bewitched 114
Burner, family possessed 115–16
Burton, F. ethnographer 202, 203
butter 23, 76
Calis, Fok blesser 102
Camus, Dominique ethnologist 113
Camus, Jean witch 119
Caro Baroja, Julio historian 138
Carrol, Lewis writer 64
cart upset 22–3
cat 36, 100
catechism of witchcraft 5
cattle 73
Ceinova, Christina witch 29, 39
Cerdá Baeza, José healer 136
Cerrulo, Maurice evangelist 199
Chapisseau, Félix folklorist 110
Charcot, Jean Martin psychiatrist 112
charity 61, 76, 81–2, 133

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