Jacobean beliefs about witchcraft were based on the Catholic Church's beliefs. They condemned witchcraft as evil and as of the devil.
who discovered australia first
Portugal wasn't discovered by anyone. Caveman did. There are some caves with their paintings so...
King Tut's tomb was discovered in November 1922 by Howard Carter.
Witchcraft has existed since the beginning of mankind.
Witchcraft stems from the Pagan religion- one of the first religions. It's more than just casting spells, and it is NOT about satanism. I highly suggest you do more research on witchcraft and Paganism than what ever you find on this website- google is a wonderful guide! :)
Witchcraft as a religious belief system has evolved over thousands of years from its first incarnation as a primitive belief system amongst paleolithic men and women.
That would depend upon your definition of witchcraft. Witchcraft in the sense of a spiritual path of religio-magic predates Christianity and can be found to have existed or is still existing all over the world.
Witchcraft wasn't 'discovered' as you obviously seem to think. Witchcraft has existed since the beginning of human life.
it wasn't discovered
The first quasars were discovered in the 1950's
Maryland was discovered in1699
chocolate was first discovered arround 2000 bc
the first atom was discovered by a scientist called niko serdenes in the year of 1842.