+15 Free Witchcraft Books [PDF]

On other occasions, we have created collections on dark arts, occultism and esotericism. Now, we are pleased to present another topic that will be of interest to those who like to read about these subjects. This is a selection of witchcraft books in PDF format where you can explore this magical field of study.

Although it may be undervalued and related to occult or forbidden aspects, witchcraft is an interesting topic that can be approached from different disciplines such as history, anthropology, sociology or art. If you are interested in knowing its origin and how it is developed nowadays, our witchcraft books in PDF format will be useful for you.

Witchcraft is the set of practices, knowledge and beliefs carried by the so-called witches. In ancient times, they were dedicated to healing through herbs and used to be highly respected in the villages and even by some rulers and kings.

However, with the passage of time, the figure of the witch became a negative reference and began to be associated with demonic and evil practices. For this reason, in many parts of Europe they were persecuted, to the point of being killed by hanging or burned at the stake. The Catholic Church declared itself one of their main enemies.

In Spain, for example, the Holy Inquisition was a kind of tribunal that executed women considered witches. One of the disadvantages of this was that crimes were committed without real justification and these women were victims of insults or false testimony.

In the more modern stage, witchcraft was relegated to occult practices or those with no major relevance or influence in public life.

If you want to know more about this interesting subject, we invite you to continue expanding your knowledge with this selection of more than 15 books on witchcraft in PDF format, which you can download right now in this section.

Here we present our complete selection of Witchcraft books:

1) Witchcraft, Demonology and Magic

Marina Montesano

Source: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute

2) Witchcraft Continued-Popular Magic in Modern Europe

Willem de Blécourt and Owen Davies

Source: Online Library and Publication Platform

3) Witchcraft and the Supernatural

Julian Goodare, Darren Oldridge, Brian P. Levack

Source: Routledge

4) Witchcraft allegations, refugee protection and human rights: a review of the evidence

Jill Schnoebelen

Source: The UN Refugee Agency

5) Witchcraft: creation of the evil other

Susan Moulton

Source: University of California, Berkeley

6) The Practice of Witchcraft and the Changing Patterns of its Paraphernalia in the Light of Technologically Produced Goods as Presented by Livingstone Museum, 1930s – 1973

Friday Mufuzi

Source: Cornell Law

7) The Cosmology of Witchcraft in the African Context: Implications for Mission and Theology

Samuel Lumwe

Source: Andrews University

8) Witchcraft to Witch lore: A transformation in concepts and practices

Waheed Iqbad Chaudhry and Tooba Rafi

Source: ResearchGate

9) Fearing the Dark-The use of Withcraft to Control Human Trafficking Victims and Sustain Vulnerability

Luz. E. Nagle, Bolaji Owasanoye

Source: Southwestern Law School

10) Burn the witch - The impact of the fear of witchcraft on social cohesion in South Afric

Yaseen Ally

Source: SciELO

11) Children Accused of Witchcraft

Aleksandra Cimpric

Source: Refworld

12) Witchcraft and Violence in Ghana

Shelagh Roxburgh

Source: OpenEdition Journals

13) Historical Dictionary of Witchcraft

Michael D. Bailey

Source: Core

14) Charms in the Context of Magic Practice. The Case of Slovenia

Monika Krope

Source: Eesti Rahvaluule

15) Magic, Explanations, and Evil - On the origins and design of witches and sorcerers

Manvir Singh

Source: Open Science Framework

16) All About Wicca and Witchcraft

Penguin Books USA

Source: Penguin Books USA

17) Wicked Witches Were Invented by Frightened Men

Chantal Cornut-Gentille D'Arcy

Source: Universidad de La Rioja

18) The Reality of Witchcraft (Article)

Godula Kosack

Source: Godula Kosack

19) Old Spells, Magic Herbs and Frightening Creatures- The Curandera in Rudolfo Anaya’s Bless Me, Ultima (Article)

João de Mancelos

Source: Universidade da Beira Interior

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