The devil making love to a witch
The devil making love to a witch
Witch riding to the sabbath
Witch riding to the sabbath
Wizard riding to the sabbath
Wizard riding to the sabbath
Demons riding to the sabbath
Demons riding to the sabbath
From Ulrich Molitor’s Von den unholden une hexan. Constance, 1489
Worlock riding to the witches sabbeth.
Worlock riding to the witches sabbeth.
Witches brewing up a hailstorm. (title page)
Witches brewing up a hailstorm. (title page)
Witch 'inoculating' a man by shooting a twig through his foot
Witch 'inoculating' a man by shooting a twig through his foot
From Ulrich Molitor’s De lanijs et phitonicis mulieribus. Printed by Cornelius de Zierikzee. Cologne, 1489.
Witches' Brew. From Abraham Saur's Ein Kurtze Treue Warning (A Short, True, Warning). Printed at Frankfurt, 1582.
Witches' Brew. From Abraham Saur's Ein Kurtze Treue Warning (A Short, True, Warning). Printed at Frankfurt, 1582.
Satan (Pluto) holding court for newly annointed witches. From Gerard d'Euphrates' Livre de l' histoir & ancienne cronique. Printed by E. Groulleau. Paris 1549.
Satan (Pluto) holding court for newly annointed witches. From Gerard d'Euphrates' Livre de l' histoir & ancienne cronique. Printed by E. Groulleau. Paris 1549.
Witches concocting an ointment to be used for flying to the sabbath. By Hans Baldung. Strassburg, 1514.
Witches concocting an ointment to be used for flying to the sabbath. By Hans Baldung. Strassburg, 1514.
The enchanter Merlin, magician of King Arthur's Round Table, meeting the fair Viviane in the Forest of Broceliande. After an Enameled book cover, Limoges, early 15th Century.
The enchanter Merlin, magician of King Arthur's Round Table, meeting the fair Viviane in the Forest of Broceliande. After an Enameled book cover, Limoges, early 15th Century.
The four witches.
The four witches.
Witch riding on the Devil's he-goat to the Walpurgisnacht, goaded on by amoretti.
Witch riding on the Devil's he-goat to the Walpurgisnacht, goaded on by amoretti.
Both by Albrecht Dürer.
Witches celebrating.
Witches celebrating.
Witch turned traveller atacking travellers.
Witch turned traveller attacking travellers.
Both woodcuts by Hans Weiditz from Dr. Johann Geiler von Kaysersburg’s Die Emeis. Printed by Johann Grüninger. Strassburg, 1517.
The Devil carrying a witch off to hell.
The Devil carrying a witch off to hell.
The sorcerer Gilbert shackled by the worlock Catillum on the isle of Weterlacus.
The sorcerer Gilbert shackled by the worlock Catillum on the isle of Weterlacus.
Sorcerer selling a bag of wind.
Sorcerer selling a bag of wind.
Sorcerer riding the waves on a peice of floatsam.
Sorcerer riding the waves on a peice of floatsam.
Witch cunjuring demons.
Witch cunjuring demons.
Witch brewing up a storm.
Witch brewing up a storm.
From Olaus Magnus’ Historia de gentibus septentrionalibus. Rome 1555.
Satan rebaptising young scorcerers.
Satan rebaptising young scorcerers.
Scorcerers exchanging the bible for a book of black magic.
Scorcerers exchanging the bible for a book of black magic.
Satan applying his claw mark to an apprentice sorcerer.
Satan applying his claw mark to an apprentice sorcerer.
Witch giving the ritual kiss to satan.
Witch giving the ritual kiss to satan.
From G. P. Guaccius’ Compendium Maleficarum. Milan, 1626.
Macbeth and the three witches (Act IV, Scene I). From N. Rowe's first illustrated edition of william Shakespear's works. Printed by Tonson, London 1709.
Macbeth and the three witches (Act IV, Scene I). From N. Rowe's first illustrated edition of william Shakespear's works. Printed by Tonson, London 1709.

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