colonists believed that witchcraft was a strange thing. they believed that witchcraft was against the religion that they celebrated and they hung whoever didn't confess to witchcraft.
The colonists of Salem, Massachusetts believed that witchcraft was unholy and nonreligious.
Witchcraft can exist in two forms or not in those forms for people who follow it, believe in it, or believe in something that others simply think is witchcraft.
Most people either do not believe in it, or if they do, they fear evil witchcraft.
Many people accross the world believe in Witchcraft. It is not possible to give an exact number because that is unknown.
People believed and still believe in Witchcraft in all parts of the world. It is just another religion.
Yes they did. They so believed in witchcraft that they persecuted and killed anyone they felt was practicing witchcraft. See the link below.
Sort of, they believe in the Devil & that's just an offshoot.
i think they might of believed in witchcraft but did they believe in witches
Well, it depends on your point of view. If you call tessering a form of witchcraft, then yes, it does have witchcraft. If you call eating fake dinners a form of witchcraft, then the book does have witchcraft. It's all up to you, and what you believe everything is about.
because no witch
No, there is no evidence that witchcraft or supernatural spells are anything more than make believe.
From an anthropological perspective, it is the way in which people can explain unexplainable events. A person who has something bad happen to them may blame witchcraft for their misfortune. The person who does witchcraft may believe that they have power over the environment and other people.
No ! I believe in the teachings of the Byzantine Catholic Church.
What did king George believe the colonists were acting like
maybe they believed in faries and stuff
Pretty much anybody can do witchcraft if they believe in what they are doing.
Superstition, resulting from spread of disease.
Because they did.
States are not entities the do not have beliefs.
Some people may believe it is. It is not if the person saying does not believe it.
People believed in witchcraft during the 1600's because it served as a scapegoat for any misfortune they were experiencing.
Although many people do have some doubts about witchcraft. John Proctor and Rebecca Nurse are the ones who openly deny it.
they believed tht cause there dum