Daemonologie takes the form of a dialogue popular for didactic works and is divided into three sections: the first on magic and necromancy the prediction of the future by communicating with the dead , the second on witchcraft and sorcery and the third on spirits and spectres. His greatest error in his dealings with the witches seems to be his credulity and naivety with their double-speaking prophecies. Books of this period were usually sold unbound for customers to commission their own binding according to taste and cost.
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Daemonologie. by King of England James I
King James I. Attributed to John de Critz [Public domain]. Part of the edition of the King James Bible. A Pendle Way Waymark. Matthew Hopkins, Witch Finder General.
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