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  • _Moyses_: For that is the difference betuixt Gods myracles and the Deuils,

    Daemonologie.

  • And that knauish and cunning woorkeman, by troubling him onely at some times, makes a proportion so neare betuixt the woorking of the one and the other, that both shall ende as it were at one time.

    Daemonologie.

  • _The difference betuixt_ Necromancie _and_ Witch-craft: _What are the entressis, and beginninges, that brings anie to the knowledge thereof.

    Daemonologie.

  • Manie poynts of their craft and practicques are common betuixt the _Magicians_ and them: for they serue both one Master, althought in diuerse fashions.

    Daemonologie.

  • And by these meanes shall we saill surelie, betuixt

    Daemonologie.

  • And yet is there no comparison, when this is done, betuixt the power of God, and of the Deuill.

    Daemonologie.

  • (which were all utterly against all the rules of nature) it would breed no monster, but onely such a naturall of-spring, as would haue cummed betuixt that man or woman and that other abused person, in-case they both being aliue had had a doe with other.

    Daemonologie.

  • Aberdeen witches in 1597 held their dance 'wpon Hallowewin last bypast, at tuelff houris at ewin or thairby' (or more particularly) 'betuixt tuell & ane houris at nycht'. [

    The Witch-cult in Western Europe A Study in Anthropology

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