Civil War II

… is looking like the one thing everyone can agree on (1, 2, 3, linked in order of escalation).

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January 20, 2017admin 67 Comments »
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  • Wagner Says:

    You’re going to have to justify why and how you’re not a shill for Thiel before you start declaring prophecies.

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    Wagner Reply:

    If you block me I will send a troll battalion after you.

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    Ryan C Reply:

    every rich person deserves their own sock puppet.

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    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    The microprocessor revolution continues its onward march, rendering obselete the gargantuan simplicities of the industrial age. The slow lumbering, almost Wagnerian, style of industrial labour, is no longer cost-effective in the Information society. Of course, this has its corollary in projected transformations of the labouring unit.
    No longer can the labouring unit, with its increased consumption & larger carbon footprint be justified. With all the not-quite-so-secret corporate programmes of anthropic miniaturisation, “downsizing” has taken on a whole new meaning in the 21st century. However, the projected displacements retain roles for the older form of
    labouring unit – light bulbs still need to be changed.

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    Friedrich Reply:

    There is also a possibility that the relation you posit is, in fact, inverse.

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    Abelard Lindsey Reply:

    What exactly is wrong with Peter Thiel’s ideas? I think his ideas are good.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Ah look at all the lonely people
    Ah look at all the lonely people

    Abelard Lindsey, picks up the rice
    In the church where a wedding has been
    Lives in a dream
    Waits at the window, wearing the face
    That he keeps in a jar by the door
    Who is it for
    All the lonely people
    Where do they all come from?
    All the lonely people
    Where do they all belong?

    Dr. Nick Land, writing the words
    Of a sermon that no one will hear
    No one comes near
    Look at him working, darning his socks
    In the night when there’s nobody there
    What does he care
    All the lonely people
    Where do they all come from?
    All the lonely people
    Where do they all belong?
    Ah, look at all the lonely people
    Ah, look at all the lonely people

    Abelard Lindsey died in the church and was buried along with his name
    Nobody came
    Dr. Nick Land wiping the dirt from his hands as he walks from the grave
    No one was saved

    All the lonely people (Ah, look at all the lonely people)
    Where do they all come from?
    All the lonely people (Ah, look at all the lonely people)
    Where do they all belong?

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    Abelard Lindsey Reply:

    I’m not sure what you’re say here.

    My impression is you seem to have a issue with freedom of association (e.g. religious people associating with other religious people, transhumanists associating with other transhumanists, etc.). Perhaps its a psychological issue you do not care to discuss.

    Wagner Reply:

    No, you know exactly what I’m saying, deadman.

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  • Erik Says:

    Article 3 isn’t so much “escalation” as “last year’s asstalk”.

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  • Uriel Alexis Says:

    the double bind (do we secede to oppose racist-scum-Trumpistan or do we remain to form “a more perfect union” and thus not racists) is gonna drive the left insane.

    my bet is Federal Government will be very lenient with pro-secession movements, and very harsh otherwise.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Trump Racist? In what sense? Because he dared to challenge the idea that a30 million mexicans was a bad idea? -And BTW the SJW blogs down the web to the left.

    PS
    USG does not allow exit, Trump we can hope puts an end to USG as we know it. If not you want an exit you have to fight to control a territory of your own.I really have to wonder about you pacifist exiters, what do you think it 1500 and you can go find your own continent?

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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    The Civil War never ended; it just went to a cultural level. Now we will have a period of balkanization (“patchwork”) before people realize that is futile, and then the great re-arrangement.

    All of which could have been avoided through competent leadership, which democracy scrupulously avoids until the crisis becomes too big to ignore and even the sheep vote for a fixer like Donald Trump.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    This is correct, it would also be correct to say the revolutionary war or even the republic vs Cesarean.

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    Interesting to see the Thucydidean trap mentioned. That’s what I saw as well, even before I read Moldbug — though it was more Europeans and Muslims.

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    tsk Reply:

    Muslims are not, and never were, an emerging power.

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    SVErshov Reply:

    muslims were used by comis in russia as prisoners guards, russians would not shoot in russians. muslims have no problem to massacre entire labor camp.

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  • collen ryan Says:

    Oh so now war is possible? What happened to Murica will be stomped by Cathedral?

    Its never different this time,power always comes down to violence, those willing and able. No one willing and able believes in the Cathedral anymore, they are simply afraid of the alternative. But the cathedral has declared open war on the President of the USA thats consequential.It delegitimizes them, and polls show not even democrats are in denial that that is whats going on.

    They have also openly declared war on whites men and christians because they thought they were ready or couldnt contain them selves, but that was overreach.And they have radicalized a critical mass at exactly the wrong time.

    Trump may actually understand this, His picks of black sheep military men, His challenging the intelligence community publicly, his insistence on keeping his own security team working with secret service, his courting veterans and police,and of course angry white men.Whether he gets it or not deep state gets him to be a threat.I think they have always had one from each party and never lose and they lost control this time.

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  • Jefferson Says:

    @collen ryan

    My impression of Neoreactionary philosophy is that war was always *the* threat. Trump’s actions look like an effort to head this off before it gets to actual open war. It’s shouting and chest-thumping by the left, for now.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Despite the above I dont really think trump or his guys think on this level, I think its more primal for him. He just gets without thinking its good to have the macho armed guys on your side. Its good to have your own people in hostile terratory. He probably is starting to get theres a deep state because of the intelligence community exposing himself, he seems to hope they are divided and the grunts are on his side, hes probably wrong except for FBI but there are bound to be some on the inside disillusioned, and of course the black sheep military get it and may be schooling, problem with whole strategy is these are all guys who lean towards law and order, but conversely, deep state showing hand changes things a lot, its no longer a conspiracy theory.
    Is Trump heading off war, I doubt he thinks thats possible, civil war is always impossible until its begun and efforts to stop it keep failing and failing and you realize the state cant stop it. Until the state cant stop it its just a riot, terrorism, etc.Nowhere in the world or ever before in history will the state be as hamstrung trying to stop a potential war than USG will if it breaks out.Ironically never before will a state be as powerful.
    I think judging so far Trumps got a shot a averting a war by rebuilding the economy and government. However in my opinion the real danger is the non white demographics whicj i dont think he will do much about, so war will only be put off decades. But maybe he gets it and is going to work clandestinly, but i dont see him thinking that deep or really seeing any WN on his team, so I doubt it.

    NRX -war a threat? in as far as nrx thinks plebs are the problem and war means civil war by plebs against elites, yes they see war as more demotism but they havnt until now thought war was a real possibility, their hopes have been on economic collapse, followed by chaos not a determined opposition they expect by some unspecified method they will assume power during this chaos. Absurd i know. Nrx has some good if not original critiques of how the left political machine works.

    But they have really no ideas how or what to replace it with. They cant handle how because they cant get past the implied demotism of violence or at least implied violence so even when they are larping gaily about monarchy and space stations they never explain the in between bit about how they got there. And they really dont have a what because they prefer to remain uncommitted being products of leftism actually taking a stand is anathema so they mostly critique and occasionally daydream vaguely careful not to offend each other, in short not only are they not willing or able to impose their ideas by force they are just as incapable of intellectual force, The philosophcal ideas they do have are like their seasteads and patches lacking the intellectual steps to get there from here. Like pimpled highschool math clubs kids they think one day they will be recognized, in fact they will be lucky to work for DARPA, if the state collapses they will be lucky to live at all.The irony is they had potential but squandered the time they had because they never really beleived it would happen and here we are and they are still fapping to animae

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  • Salmed Says:

    America having a civil war within the next few decades or so is a LARPey pipedream. The Right doesn’t have the political will to initiate it. The Left doesn’t have the manpower to fight it. Both sides are vulnerable to little things like hacking.

    Awhile ago, a /channer/ posted a realistic scenario of a Big Daddy Government war on ‘Murica. It turns out to be another Vietnam that BDG would do all it could to prevent.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Civil wars dont happen because they make sense, so cant be predicted with much accuracy but, nor can they be predicted to not happen.
    They dont usually happen when one side is assured a win because at that point the other side is assured a loss.Though they dont always happen with the hope to win, sometimes its a hail mary because to not fight is to commit suicide,, sometimes for better terms of submission, sometimes for a compromise draw, sometimes just for revenge,sometimes to test the other side, sometimes to rearrange the pieces.usually because things just spun out of control when the place was a tinder box. The place is a tinder box, and they are temporarily out of control of the communications systems.
    I dont know how many times i need say it, a civil war like say, the last american civil war is not how it will happen. Back then both sides had men that could fight. This time it will be like the mideast it will start with the murica crowd losing their shit over some cathedral atrocity. This is why the cathedral is being very careful to not over react to murica. because cathedral only wins when they can contain it and frame it. That is much harder today than 20 years ago. The minute usg starts shooting innocents and it hits the internet you have a meltdown to contain. US law forbids soldiers to be used against americans. In short The cathedral is at a disadvantage their power can not be used. If they ever used it half the country would rise up and most soldiers would desert.

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    Seth Largo Reply:

    US law forbids soldiers to be used against americans.

    True, but there is no law that forbids the military from supplying and training law enforcement agencies. Nor is there a law against the military forming a temporary joint operation force with law enforcement. Waco supplied the contemporary precedent for military force being used against the civilian populace.

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    Erebus Reply:

    >US law forbids soldiers to be used against americans.

    I take it you have never heard of martial law?

    I should point out that the Posse Comitatus Act does not extend to the National Guard — nor, strictly speaking, to the Navy and Marines. I could, furthermore, note that there are a number of unremarkable exceptions to the Act, which would allow the Army and Air Force to be deployed within the USA.

    …So what are you basing that statement on?

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  • pgbh Says:

    Your first link seems to be broken

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  • Kwisatz Haderach Says:

    From #3:

    ” David Kilcullen, former Chief Strategist in the State Department’s Office of the Coordinator of Counterterrorism. He helped plan the successful “surge” in Iraq, and he’s seen a lot of civil wars in his time. He didn’t consider a new U.S. civil war likely … but he was also pretty damn far from ruling it out: “I think what we’re seeing now is, what I would describe as a proto-insurgency situation … the ingredients are out there, if somebody knew what they were doing, [they could] pull together an effective movement.””

    Teach me master!

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Quite a lot of quality ex military are seriously on it, whats needed is to red pill them.Which I imagine is happening organically.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Not organically, mystically.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    when so many groups (institutions) blackmailing state with civil disibedience, only game for state not to be blackmailed anymore is to let it happens, instigate and provocate civil war. in such situation people need to remember, when you are going to set up command center for defence of your locality never place it in the same building with communication center. places emmitting strong RFs bombed (attacked) first.

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  • Abelard Lindsey Says:

    There isn’t going to be any civil war. All of this protest stuff will be over in another week or two. I stand by this prediction. I live in the Portland area. I stayed out of the downtown area this weekend and will be travelling next weekend. I expect to return to my favorite places in the shopping and Pearl districts by the first weekend in Feb.

    From what I’ve seen of Trump so far. I think we’re in for another Reagan economic revolution. which means everything will be calm and happy in about two years (just like it was around 1983 to 1984). Since not only congress, but most state legislatures are republican these days, I think this time it will stick (at least for a good 30-40 years).

    I’m actually more optimistic about things in general that I’ve been on over two decades.

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  • collen ryan Says:

    @ erbus

    Posse Comitatus to civ ilan ears is unfamiliar or code for racist white loser. However to the military its sacred trust me we are never ever firing on US citizens they can call it a civil war all they like we are not going there.

    The martial law concept in the United States is closely tied with the right of habeas corpus, which is in essence the right to a hearing on lawful imprisonment, or more broadly, the supervision of law enforcement by the judiciary. The ability to suspend habeas corpus is related to the imposition of martial law.[24] Article 1, Section 9 of the US Constitution states, “The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.”
    In United States law, martial law is limited by several court decisions that were handed down between the American Civil War and World War II. In 1878, Congress passed the Posse Comitatus Act, which forbids military involvement in domestic law enforcement without congressional approval.

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  • Bob Says:

    A civil war would result in a proxy war, with NATO, Russia, and others arming opposing factions if not intervening directly. The Canadian and Mexican governments would likely be involved as well. You’d also have guys like Soros running guns and who knows what else to back their factions.

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    Wagner Reply:

    You don’t know what would happen if a Civil War broke out, you would be too scared to think. What would happen is beyond what any of us, including Land, could expect.

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    Wagner Reply:

    I’m 100% right on this.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Sad to think most of the visitors of xenosystems.net are fit for the gulag. It’s alright you guys, you still get notebooks–well, we’ll have to burn “subversive” ones, sorry.

    Daniel Chieh Reply:

    Land is not in the US to worry about this.

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    Wagner Reply:

    There’s a “chink” in Land’s armor, he’s an agent of the Chinese state. (If I quit posting on here, welp, I was killed). He has his own thoughtcrime-blockers now, probably a mixture of Cathedral and Chink which helps him see the flaws and virtues of both more clearly.

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Big Wagner, you’re losing your nerve & being dogmatic. It’s a sign of weakness. I know you’re upset because of the imminent obsolescence of Occidental ogres & orks such as yourself, but I have unequivocally stated that positions suited to your station have been retained for you. Changing light bulbs, is honourable work, & indeed, is the true meaning of Nick Land’s “Dark Enlightenment” – it’s the job that actually pays his bills in Shanghai.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Little Artxell, every word you say stinks of curry. It is apparent that you don’t have the hwite faculty for self-transcendence; learn from your brother SVErshov, he is wise, you are not.

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Big Wagner, Eastern transcendence is indeed spicy, & does not overly trifle with trivial games of conventional selfhood & ‘its’ negation, preferring instead genuine apotheosis, not amenable to petty Western understandings.
    As for SVErshov, I thought or guessed he was Russian or East European, though I don’t know. On what basis do you say he’s Indian? SVErshov is ok, btw.
    Despite your Occidental impetulance & ungratefulness, the unavoidable genetic residue of a barbarian not blessed by over 8000 years of civilisation, I’m sure you’ll do very well at changinging light bulbs!

    Wagner Reply:

    8000 years of “civilisation”. Last I checked India hasn’t had ONE year of civilization comparable to Western Civilization. Western Civilization is what has given you this very anti-Western attitude, slave. Thanks for carrying out our bidding for us.

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    [Wagner] “8000 years of “civilisation”. Last I checked India hasn’t had ONE year of civilization comparable to Western Civilization. Western Civilization is what has given you this very anti-Western attitude, slave. Thanks for carrying out our bidding for us.”

    {AK}: What are your criteria for asserting such incomparability, Wagner?
    You mistake critique of Occidental foibles for an “anti-Western attitude”.
    You seem to have a wish to enslave, perhaps because you have no other conception of existing, beyond the confines of the most simplistic social relation, tellingly, one of exploitation.
    You don’t seem to have any sense of humour, either.
    I’m busy, so not really in the mood to deal with bad arguments by those who can’t think.

    Wagner Reply:

    I’ll tell you hwat Little Artxell, if I am reincarnated as a second-class race next time around I am going to face it with a lot more dignity than you. At the rate you’re going you’re going to be reincarnated into whatever mongrel mulatto mongoloid Land’s great-grandkids are going to turn out as (which isn’t a good thing I guess I have to say).

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    People are people, Big Wagner, whatever the alleged blend.
    I’ve known a lot of mixed race people who were great.
    Indians (South Asians) are prototypically mixed anyway, but we do share factors that distinguish us from non-Indians (or non-South Asians).
    I don’t think Europeans, or ‘whites’, are going to go away; if there’s any sign of that, they can be declared an endangered ethnicity, & deported to the isolation of luxury Siberian breeding camps! lol

    Pseudo-chrysostom Reply:

    >People are people, Big Wagner, whatever the alleged blend.

    Spoken like a true leftist.

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    [Pseudo-chrysostom] “>People are people, Big Wagner, whatever the alleged blend.

    Spoken like a true leftist.”

    {AK}: ‘People’, is a general term, with respect to different types of people; but it’s specific, with respect to the category of non-persons.
    Citing a generality, does not necessarily exclude the occurrence of specificity or differentiation within that generality. E.g., “It is the case, that those people who constantly resort to group supremacist rhetorics are usually, and demonstrably, intellectually incompetent and inferior, as can be seen in their habits of ‘knee-jerk’ simplistic politicisation.”
    Happy, now?

    Wagner Reply:

    Artxell that’s Hebraic reasoning, it makes no sense; all appearance no substance. I have to credit you however for bootstrapping out of your genes which are no appearance no substance.

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    [Wagner] “Artxell that’s Hebraic reasoning, it makes no sense; all appearance no substance. I have to credit you however for bootstrapping out of your genes which are no appearance no substance.”

    {AK}: It’s just basic logic, Big W.
    Substance is substantia, ‘that which ‘stands under’.
    What ‘stands under’, is contingent on which position is used, as a perspective, to measure a metaphysics from. It’ not necessarily a licence to be illogical.

    Wagner Reply:

    “That’s the strength of the English: to allow the natives to live
    whilst they exploit them to the uttermost.” – Adolf

    To many years more! Hooray!

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Big W, I guess logic isn’t your strong point, but your honest acknowledgement & fervent support of exploitation, & of the English as exploiters, is duly noted as an important first step in an actual self-recovery no longer dominated by dependence on others. One day, it may well be the case that you & your brethren achieve a genuine autonomy, thus being able to point to genuine achievements not borrowed from others, & not susceptible to statements like the following, which I observed on FB recently: “There’s nothing on this planet the White man has actually CREATED…except the patent office.” lol

    PS. Don’t worry, Big W, Logic isn’t really a European thing, they never created it.

    Wagner Reply:

    You’re just jealous you aren’t white, slaveboy. What a fantasy you live in, you’re way too attached to your atman. Keep crying, I need something to shower in in the meantime before I can use your blood.

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Big W, inferiority & incompetence are not usually subject to envy. That you imagine they are, is telling. Atman = Brahman, think about it. I won’t bother commenting on your ablutionary habits, obviously you’re resorting to bodily hygeine rhetoric as compensation for your limited intellectual stock, which seems to run out very quickly, usually whenever you think for more than ten seconds, on any topic.
    You could try the ‘Mozart Effect’, it might help?
    Remember, Nietzsche fell out with Wagner; Nietzsche wasn’t stupid, you should look into it.

    Bob Reply:

    I don’t know what exactly would happen, but a proxy war seems pretty certain. If you don’t think there’d be a proxy war, I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts about it.

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  • Wagner Says:

    The ghost of Bataille still lurks here at this blog, that’s why I come here.

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Source: W.J. Bethancourt III
    from TheChristianEnterprise Website

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    Jordemaine, Margery: burned at Smithfield, England, on 27 October, 1441
    Bolingbroke, Roger: hanged, drawn and quartered at Tyburn, England, on 18 November, 1441
    Boleyn, Anne: beheaded at London, England on 19 May 1536
    Brigge, Mabel: executed in York, England,1538
    Askew, Anne: burned for witchcraft 1546
    Waterhouse, (first name unknown): hanged in Dorset, England in 1565 (may be Agnes Waterhouse)
    Waterhouse, Agnes: executed in Chelmsford, England, 29 July, 1566
    Arnold, (first name unknown): hanged at Barking, England, in 1574
    Frances, Elizabeth: executed in Chelmsford, England, 1579
    Kemp, Ursula: executed at St. Oyth, England in 1582
    Bennet, Elizabeth: executed in St. Osyth, England in 1582
    Gabley, (first name unknown): executed at King’s Lynn, England, in 1582
    Hacket, Margaret: executed at Tyburn, England, on 19 February, 1585
    Prentice, Joan: hanged in Chelmsford, England, in 1589
    Cunny (Coney), Joan: hanged in Chelmsford, England, in 1589
    Upney, Joan: hanged in Chelsford, England, in 1589
    Robson, Donald: executed at North Berwick, England in 1590
    Tod, Christian: executed at North Berwick, England in 1590
    Samuels, (family: 1 of 3): condemned for witchcraft in Warboys, England, on 4 April, 1593
    Samuels, (family: 2 of 3): condemned for witchcraft in Warboys, England, on 4 April, 1593
    Samuels, (family: 3 of 3): condemned for witchcraft in Warboys, England, on 4 April, 1593
    Crierson, Robert: executed at North Berwick, England in 1594
    Calles, Helen: executed at Braynford, England, on 1 December, 1595
    Newell, John: executed at Barnett, England, on 1 December, 1595
    Newell, Joane: executed at Barnett, England, on 1 December, 1595
    Cockie, Isabel: burnt as a witch, at a cost of 105 s. 4 p., in England 1596
    Goodridge, Alse: executed at Darbie, England, in 1597
    Kerke, Anne: executed at Tyburn, England, in 1599
    Pannel, Mary: executed in Yorkshire, England, in 1603
    Harrisson, Joanna: executed in Hertford, England, in 1606
    Harrisson, (daughter of Joanna): executed in Hertford, England, in 1606
    Preston, Jennet: executed in York, England, in 1612
    uted in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Robey, Isobel: executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Nutter, Alice: executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Device, Elizabeth: executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Device, James: executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Bulcock, John: executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Bulcock, Jane: executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Demdike, Elizabeth: convicted, but died in prison, in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Device, Alizon: (age 11 years) executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Hewitt, Katherine: executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Whittle, Anne: executed in Lancaster, England, in 1612
    Sutton, Mary: executed in Bedford, England in 1613
    Barber, Mary: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612
    Bill, Arthur: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612
    Browne, Agnes: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612
    Browne (Vaughan), Joan: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612
    Jenkenson, Helen: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612
    Sutton (mother) (first name unknown): executed in Bedford, England in 1613
    Hunt, Joan: hanged in Middlesex, England in 1615
    Berrye, Agnes: hanged at Enfield, England, in 1616
    Smith, Mary: hanged at King’s Lynn, England, in 1616
    Rutter, Elizabeth: hanged in Middlesex, England in 1616
    Baker, Anne: executed in Leicester, England, in 1619
    Green, Ellen: executed in Leicester, England, in 1619
    Willimot, Joan: executed in Leicester, England, in 1619
    Flower, Joan: died before trial, at Lincoln, England, 1619
    Flower, Margaret: executed at Lincoln, England, in March, 1619
    Flower, Phillippa: executed at Lincoln, England, in March, 1619
    Sawyer, Elizabeth: hanged at Tyburn, England, on 19 April, 1621
    Utley, (first name unknown): hanged at Lancaster, England, in 1630
    “Old Wife Green”: burned in Pocklington, East Yorkshire, England in 1630
    Bull, Edmund: hanged at Taunton, England, in 1631
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    Lamb, Dr.: stoned to death by a mob at St. Paul’s Cross, London, England, in 1640
    Wanderson, (wife 1) (first name unknown): executed in England, in January, 1644.
    Wanderson, (wife 2) (first name unknown): executed in England, in January, 1644.
    Williford, Joan: executed at Faversham, Kent, England, on 29 Sept. 1645
    Boanes (or Boones), Joyce: hanged at St Osyth, England ca. 1645
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    Clarke alias Bedingfield, Elizabeth: hanged at Manningtree, Essex, England 1645
    Clarke, Ellen: hanged at Manningtree, Essex, England 1645
    san: died in gaol of plague after being pardoned at St. Osyth, Essex, England 1645
    per, Anne: hanged at Great Clacton, Essex, England 1645
    Cooper, Joan: died in jail on 27 May 1645 before coming to trial at Great Clacton, Essex, England
    Gooding (or Goodwyn), Elizabeth: hanged at Manningtree, Essex, England 1645
    Cardien, Joan: executed at Faversham, Kent, England, on 29 Sept. 1645
    Holt, Jane: executed at Faversham, Kent, England, on 29 Sept. 1645
    Greenleife (or Greencliffe, Mary: died in jail Arlesford, Essex, England ca 1645
    Hallybread (or Hollybread), Rose: died in jail of plague at St Osyth, Essex, ca 1645
    Heare (or Hare), Elizabeth: hanged at Great Clacton, Essex, England ca 1645
    Harvey, Elizabeth: died in jail of plague at Ramsey, Essex, England ca 1645
    Hating (or Hatyn), Sarah: hanged at Ramsey, Essex, England ca 1645
    Hocket, Marian: hanged at Ramsey, England ca 1645
    Landish, Margaret: hanged at St. Osyth, Essex, England ca 1645
    Leach (or Leech), Anne: hanged together with 17 Suffolk witches on 27 August 1645
    Bacon, Mary: of Chattisham; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Alderman, Anne: of Chattisham; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Carre, Henry: of Rattlesden; died in jail at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England ca 1645
    Clipwell (Clisswell), Alice: hanged at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England ca 1645
    Denham, Alice: of Ipswich; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England ca 1645
    Everard, Thomas: of Halesworth; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Everard, Mary: married woman of Halesworth; (wife of above) hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Fuller, Mary: of Combs; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27th August 1645.
    Hempstead, Nicholas: of Creeting; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England ca 1645
    Lakeland, Joan: of St. Stephens, Ipswich; burned at Ipswich, Suffolk, England on 9 September 1645.
    Linstead, Jane: of Halesworth; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Lowes, John: Vicar of Brandeston; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Morris, Rebecca: married woman of Chattisham; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August, 1645.
    Skipper, Mary: of Copdock; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Smith, Mary: of Glemham; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Sparham, Margery: of Mendham; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Spindler, Sarah: of Halesworth; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1645.
    Tooly, Katherine: of Westleton; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27th August 1645
    Moone, Margaret: died on the way to execution at Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex, England ca 1645
    West, Anne: of Lawford, Essex – hanged (probably at Manningtree, England) ca 1645
    Gibson, Elizabeth: died in jail at Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex, England on June 1st 1645
    Cooke, Mary: died in jail at Langham, Essex, England 29 May 1645
    Bretton, Hellen: hanged at Kirby, England ca 1645
    Grewe, Margery: hanged at Walton-le-Soken, Essex, England ca 1645
    Bright, Sarah: hanged at Manningtree, Essex, England ca 1645
    Dixon, Alice: hanged at Wivenhoe, Essex, England ca 1645
    Went(e), Susanna: died in jail of plague at Langham, Essex, England April 1646
    Louis, (first name unknown): executed at Suffolk, England, in 1646
    Coppin, Mary: died in jail of plague at Kirby-le-Soken, Essex, England February 1647
    Waters, Dorothy: died in jail of plague at Clacton, Essex, England February 1647
    Wyles (or Wiles), Mary: hanged at Great Clacton, Essex, England ca 1647
    Blackbourne, Mary: of Great Yarmouth; hanged in England ca 1647
    Bradwell, Elizabeth: of Great Yarmouth; hanged in England ca 1647
    Cherrie, (first name unknown): of Thrapston, Northamtonshire, England; died in prison on the day he was due to stand trial 1646
    Dudgeon, Elizabeth: of Great Yarmouth; hanged in England ca 1647
    Howard, Bridget: of Great Yarmouth; hanged in England ca 1647
    Lee, Dorothey: of Kings Lynn; hanged in England ca 1647
    Moore (First Name Unknown): of Sutton; hanged in Cambridgeshire, England 1647
    Rivet, Janet: of Copdock; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England 27 August 1647.
    Wright, Grace: of Kings Lynn; hanged in England ca 1647
    Mayers, Bridget: died in jail Holland, Essex, England ca 1648
    Knott, Elizabeth: hanged at St. Albans, England, in 1649
    Palmer, John: hanged at St. Albans, England, in 1649
    Bulmer, Matthew: hanged at Newcastle, England, in 1649
    Allen, Joan: hanged at the Old Bailey, London, England, in 1650
    Allen, Joan: hanged at the Old Bailey, London, England, in 1650
    Adamson, Francis: executed at Durham, England, in 1652
    Billington, Isabella: hanged and burnt at York, England, in 1650
    Billington, (husband of Isabella): hanged and burnt at York, England, in 1650
    Peterson, Joan: hanged at Tyburn, England, on 12 April, 1652
    Huxley, Catherine: hanged at Worcester, England in the summer of 1652
    Ashby, Anne: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July, 1652
    Browne, Mary: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July, 1652
    Martyn, Anne: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July, 1652
    Reade, Mary: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July, 1652
    Wilson, Anne: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July, 1652
    Wright, Mildred: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July, 1652
    Powle, (first name unknown): executed at Durham, England, in 1652
    Newman, Elizabeth: executed at Whitechapel, England in 1653
    Bodenham, Anne: hanged at Salisbury, England, in 1653
    Boram, (mother) (first name unknown): hung at Bury St Edmunds, England, in 1655
    Boram, (daughter) (first name unknown): hung at Bury St Edmunds, England, in 1655
    Brooks, Jane: hanged in England on 26 March, 1658
    Oliver, Mary: burned at Norwich, England, in 1658
    Orchard, (first name unknown): executed at Salisbury, England, in 1658
    Cox, Julian: executed at Taunton, England, in 1663
    Cullender, Rose: executed at Bury St Edmunds, England, on 17 March 1662
    Denny, Amy: executed at Bury St Edmunds, England, on 17 March, 1662
    Style, Elizabeth: died in prison, at Taunton, England, in 1664
    Foster, Anne: hanged at Northhampton, England, in 1674
    Baguely, Mary: hung at Chester, England, 1675
    Deshayes, Catherine: burned on 22 February, 1680
    Trembles, Mary: hanged at Bideford (Heavitree), England, 25 August, 1682
    Edwards, Susanna: hanged at Bideford (Heavitree), England, 25 August, 1682
    Lloyd, Temperance: hanged at Bideford (Heavitree), England, 25 August, 1682
    Molland, Alice: executed at Exeter, England, 1684
    Chambers, (first name unknown): died in prison, in England, in 1693
    Coneman, (widow): executed in Coggeshall, England in 1699
    Townsend, Amey: mob violence, St. Albans, England, 08 January, 1700
    Philipps, Mary: Northamtonshire, England, executed on 17 March 1705
    Shaw, Elinor: Northamtonshire, England, executed on 17 March 1705
    Osborne, (husband) (first name unknown): killed by a mob at Tring, Herefordshire, England, on 22 April, 1750
    Osborne, (wife) Ruth: killed by a mob at Tring, Herefordshire, England, on 22 April, 1750
    Bateman, Mary: Yorkshire, England, 20 March, 1808
    Russel, Alice: killed by a mob at Great Paxton, England, 20 May, 1808
    “Dummy” (name unknown; he was deaf-and-dumb): killed by a mob at Sible Hedingham, England, on 3 August, 1865
    Turner, Ann: murdered in England, in 1875

    70,000 killed in England after 1573
    3 executed in Dorset, England, in 1578
    18 killed at St. Oses, England, in 1582
    20 executed (other than those listed by name above) in the reign of King James VI of Scotland and I of England.
    40,000 executed between 1600-1680 in Great Britain
    “Several” witches executed in Derbyshire, England, in 1607
    9 hanged at Leicester, England, in 1616
    2 executed at Bedford, England, in 1624
    1 hanged at Sandwich, in Kent, England, in 1630
    1 murdered by soldiers in Newbury, England in 1643
    8 hung at Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England ca. 1645
    150 killed in England in the last six months of 1645
    “A young man” hung at Denford, Northamptonshire, England ca. 1646
    7 hanged at Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England ca 1645
    1 un-named woman: of Rattlesden; hanged at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England ca 1645
    1 un-named woman hung at Haddenham, England ca 1647
    1 un-named person hung at Ely, England ca 1647
    1 un-named person hung at Chatteris, England ca 1647
    2 executed at Norwich, England, in 1648
    14 hanged at Newcastle, England, in 1649
    220 + in England and Scotland, on evidence of a Scottish Witch-finder, circa 1648-1650
    3-4000 killed during Cromwell’s tenure in England
    3 Welsh witches hanged at Boughton Chester, on 15 October 1656
    1 died in gaol, Ubbeston, England 1693

    INDIA
    Munda, Sohraj (husband, 60): killed in India ca. 1995
    Munda, Jaitadi (wife, 55): killed in India ca. 1995
    Munda (son): killed in India ca. 1995
    Munda (son): killed in India ca. 1995
    Munda (son): killed in India ca. 1995
    Munda (son): killed in India ca. 1995
    Munda (daughter): killed in India ca. 1995
    Munda (daughter): killed in India ca. 1995
    Neepudi (mother): axed to death in Mandwa village of Palamau district, Bihar, India Sept. 1997
    Agaramanao Devi (daughter, 10): axed to death in Mandwa village of Palamau district, Bihar, India Sept. 1997)
    Malati (daughter, 8): axed to death in Mandwa village of Palamau district, Bihar, India Sept. 1997
    Lalita (daughter, 6): axed to death in Mandwa village of Palamau district, Bihar, India Sept. 1997
    Kuldip (son, 4): axed to death in Mandwa village of Palamau district, Bihar, India Sept. 1997
    Dilip (son, 2): axed to death in Mandwa village of Palamau district, Bihar, India Sept. 1997
    Pradhan: beaten unconscious and then thrown on a burning funeral pyre Phulbani, Orissa, India, November 1998
    Tikambai Sahu: Killed by a mob, Nagpur, India, 27 June, 2000
    Uppala Pochaiah, (70 years old): beaten to death at Kothapalli village, India on November 8, 2000
    Dalesu: beaten to death at Ramarayi, India on November 21, 2000

    357 killed in the four tribal districts of Singhbhum, Palamau, Ranchi and Lohardaga (India) 1990 – 1996
    2 burned at Gannore, India on 9 Feb. 1997
    3 persons were burnt alive in Kumanpalli village of Bodhan mandal, India, 1998
    8 killed in Singhbhum, India, 1998
    4 women and 1 man burned alive at Timmapur, Andhra Pradesh, India, August 2000
    An “aged man” was burnt alive in Chinnapur village, India, August 30, 2000

    SCOTLAND

    The last judicial executions for witchcraft in Scotland were in 1727
    Barton, William: executed in Scotland (year unknown)
    Dunhome, Margaret: burned in Scotland (year unknown)
    Douglas, Janet: burned at Castle, Hill, Scotland, on 17 July, 1557
    Paris, (first name unknown): hanged at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1569
    Steward, William: hanged at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1569
    Bowman, Janet: burned in Scotland in 1572
    Dunlop, Bessie: burned at Castle Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1576
    Pearson, Alison: burned in Scotland on 28 May, 1588
    Cunningham, John: burned at Edinburgh, in January, 1591
    Macalzean, Euphemia: strangled and burned in Scotland for witchcraft, on 25 June, 1591
    Sampsoune, Agnes: tried, strangled, and burnt for a witch in Scotland 1591
    Fian, John: hanged at Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1591
    Duncan, Gellie: hanged in Scotland in 1591
    Balfour, Alison: burned at Edinburgh, Scotland, on 16 December, 1594
    Jollie, Alison: executed in Scotland, in October, 1596
    Stewart, Christian: strangled and burned in Scotland, in November, 1596
    Bean, Margrat: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Leyis, Thomas: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Gerard, Katherine: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Grant, Jonet: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Gwinner, Else: executed in Germany, 21 Dec, 1597
    Spaldarg, Jonet: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Grant, Marion: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Man, Andro: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Wisherr, Jonet: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Og, Margrat: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Oige, Issobell: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Richie, Issobell: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Reid, Christen: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Rogie, Helen: executed at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1597
    Grierson, Isobel: burned in Scotland in March, 1607
    Tod, Beigis: burned at Lang Nydrie, Scotland, on 27 May, 1608
    Mundie, Beatrice: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621
    Harlow, Bessie: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621
    Hamyltoun, Christiane: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621
    Kent, Margaret: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621
    Chalmers, Bessie: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621
    Chatto, Marioun: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621
    Couper, Marable: burned in the north of Scotland in 1622
    Dyneis, Jonka: burned in the north of Scotland in 1622
    Jones, Katherine: burned in the north of Scotland in 1622
    Reoch, Elspeth: burned in the north of Scotland in 1622
    Scottie, Agnes: burned in the north of Scotland in 1622
    Yullock, Agnes: burned in the north of Scotland in 1622
    Wallace, Margaret: executed in Glascow, Scotland, in 1622
    Hunter, Alexander: burned at Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1629
    Barker, Janet: burned in Scotland in 1643
    Brown, Janet: burned in Scotland in 1643
    Brugh, John: burned in Scotland in 1643
    Fynnie, Agnes: burned in Scotland in 1643
    Cumlaquoy, Marian: burned at Orkney, Scotland in 1643
    Lauder, Margaret: burned in Scotland in 1643
    Peebles, Marion: burned in Scotland in 1643
    Allen, Jonet: burned in Scotland in 1661
    Oswald, Catherine: burned in Scotland in 1670
    Weir, Thomas: burned between Edinburgh and Leith, Scotland, on 11 April, 1670
    Craw, William: burned in Scotland in 1680
    Hamilton, Margaret: burned in Scotland in 1680
    Thompson, Annaple: burned in Scotland in 1680
    Vickar, Bessie: burned in Scotland in 1680
    Drummond, Alexander: executed in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1670
    Pringle, Margaret: burned in Scotland in 1680
    Reid, John: hanged himself in prison, in Scotland, in 1697
    MacEwen, Elspeth: Kirkcudbright Prison in Scotland, 1698
    Laing, Beatrix: executed in Scotland, 1704
    Adams, Thomas: executed in Pittenweem, Scotland in 1704
    Lang, Beatrix: died in Pittenweem, Scotland in 1704
    Cornfoot (Corset), Janet: killed by a mob at Pittenweem, Scotland in 1704

    12 women and “several” men burned at Edinburgh, in 1479
    17,000 + in Scotland from 1563 to 1603
    1 burned at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1569
    1 burned at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1572
    24 burned in Aberdeen, Scotland, 1597
    “A number of women” burned at Breehin, Scotland, in 1608
    18 burned at Castle Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1658
    11 burned at Prestonpans, Scotland, in 1678
    5 burned at Paisley, Scotland, on 10 June, 1697
    1 burned in a barrel and drowned, in Iron#D0D0D0 Parish, Scotland, 1698
    “Many” burned at Spott Loan, Scotland, in 1705
    2 persons, a mother and daughter, burned in Scotland, in 1722

    FRANCE

    The last judicial executions for witchcraft in France were in 1745 (with isolated occurances in 1826 and 1856)
    Balcoin, Marie: burned in the reign of Henry IV of France
    Barthe, Angela de la: burned at Toulouse, France, in 1275
    Albano, Peter of: died in prison circa 1310
    DeMolay, Jacques: Grand Master of the Templars, burned in France on 19 March 1314
    Marigny, Enguerrand de: hanged in France in 1315
    Geraud, Hughes: burned in France in 1317
    Andrius, Barthelemy: burned at Carcassonne, France in 1330
    Andrius, Jean: burned at Carcassonne, France in 1330
    Andrius, Phillippe: burned at Carcassonne, France in 1330
    Ciceron, Andre: burned alive at Carcassone, France, in 1335
    Rodier, Catala: burned alive at Carcassone, France, in 1335
    Rodier, Paul: burned alive at Carcassone, France, in 1335
    Georgel, Anna Marie de: burned at Toulouse, France, in 1335
    Delort, Catherine: burned at Toulouse, France, in 1335
    Brigue, Jehane de: burned alive at the Pig Market in Paris on 19 August, 1391
    de Ruilly, Macette: burned alive at the Pig Market in Paris on 19 August, 1391
    d’Arc, Joan: burned at Rouen, France, on 30 May, 1431 (note: the witchcraft charge in this case was implied and not specific)
    Greland, Jean: burned at Chamonix, France, in 1438, with 10 others
    Vallin, Pierre: executed in France, in 1438
    Corrillaut, Etienne: executed at Machecoul, France in 1440
    Griart, Henri: executed at Machecoul, France in 1440
    Rais, Gilles de: on charges of witchcraft, executed 26 October, 1440
    Jennin, (first name unknown): burned at Cambrai, France, in 1460
    Manseneé, Desle la: executed at Anjux, France on 18 Dec. 1529
    deLarue, (first name unknown): burned at Rouen, in 1540
    Morin (first name unknown): burned at Rouen, in 1540
    Amalaric, Madeline: burned in France in mid-1500’s
    Trois-Echelles (pseud.): executed at Paris, France, in 1571 (or 1574)
    Fief, Mary le: of Samur, France, accused of witchcraft, on 13 October 1573
    Arnold, (first name unknown): hanged at Barking, England, in 1574
    Garnier, Gilles: burned as a werewolf in Dole, France 1574
    Dunlop, Bessie: burned at Castle Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1576
    Pajot, Marguerite: executed at Tonnerre, France, in 1576
    Doree, Catherine: executed at Courveres, France, in 1577
    nne: executed in France, in 1578
    Bonnet, Jean: burned alive at Boissy-en-Ferez, France, in 1583
    Marguerite, (last name unknown): burned at Paris, France, in 1586
    Martin, Marie: executed in France, in 1586
    Mirot, Dominic: burned at Paris, France, in 1586
    Rue, Abel de la: of Coulommiers, France, accused of witchcraft on 20 July, 1592
    Beaumont, Sieur de: accused of witchcraft on 21 October, 1596
    Roulet, Jacques: burned alive for being a were-wolf, at Angiers, France, in 1597
    Chamoulliard, (first name unknown): burned in France, in 1597
    Aupetit, Pierre: burned at Bordeaux, France, in 1598
    Francoise (last name unknown): burned in France on 30 July, 1606
    Dorlady, Mansfredo: burned at Vesoul, France as being the Devil’s banker, on 18 January, 1610
    Dorlady, Fernando: burned at Vesoul, France as being the Devil’s banker, on 18 January, 1610
    Gaufridi, Louis: burned at Marseilles, France, at 5: 00 pm on 30 April, 1611
    Leclerc, (no first name given): condemned for witchcraft, in France 1615
    de la Plaine, Sylvanie: burned at Pays de Labourde, France, 1616
    Leger, (no first name given): condemmned for witchcraft in France, on 6 May, 1616
    Galigai, Leonora: beheaded at the Place de Grieve, France, on 8 July, 1617
    Audibert, Etienne: condemned for witchcraft in France, on 20 March 1619
    Boulay, Anne: burned at Nancy, France, in 1620
    Poiret, (first name unknown): burned at Nancy, France, in 1620
    Desbordes, (first name unknown): burned in France, in 1628
    Sechelle, (first name unknown): burned at Paris, France, in 1586
    Flade, Dietrich: executed at Treves, 1589
    Henry III, King of France: assassinated on 1 August, 1589
    Rosseau, (father, no first name given): of France, accused of witchcraft on 2 October 1593
    Rosseau, (daughter, no name given): of France, accused of witchcraft on 2 October 1593
    Belon, Jean: executed in France, in 1597
    Porte, Vidal de la: condemned at Riom, France, in 1597
    de Chantraine, Anne: burned as a witch in Waret-la-Chaussee, France, on 17 October, 1622
    Valee, Melchoir de la: burned at Nancy, France, in 1631
    Grandier, Urbain: burned at Loudon, France, on 18 August, 1634
    Boulle, Thomas: burned alive at Rouen, France, on 21 August, 1647
    Challiot, (first name unknown): murdered at St. Georges, France, in February, 1922
    Bunot, Leon: murdered in France by Victor Delorme on 26 Nov., 1948

    180 burned for witchcraft at Montwimer, France, on 29 May, 1239
    36 Knights Templar died under torture in France, in October, 1307
    54 Knights Templar burned in France, on 12 May, 1310
    39 Knights Templar burned in France, on 18 March 1314
    200 + burned at Carcassonne, France, between 1320-1350
    63 burned at Toulouse, France, in 1335
    8 burned at Carcassonne, France, in 1352
    31 burned at Carcassonne, France, in 1357
    67 burned at Carcassonne, France, between 1387-1400
    “Several” burned at Carcassonne, France, in 1423
    200 + executed in the Valais, France between 1428-1434
    167 executed in l’Isere, France, between 1428-1447
    16 executed in Toulouse, France, in 1432
    8 executed in Toulouse, France, in 1433
    150 executed in Briancon, France, in 1437
    7 killed at Marmande, France, in 1453
    “Many” burned in Arras, France in 1459 – 1460
    2 burned in Burgundy, France, in 1470
    2 burned at Toulouse, France, in 1484
    2 burned in Chaucy, France in 1485
    1 executed in France circa 1500
    2 burned in Besancon, France, in 1521
    900 executed by Nicholas Remy (years unknown, about 15 years total)
    7 burned at Nantes, France, in 1549
    1 burned at Lyons, France, in 1549
    1 burned alive at Bievires, France, in 1556
    5 burned at Verneuil, France, in 1561
    4 burned at Potiers, France, in 1564
    An unknown number burned at Vernon, Normandy, France, in 1566
    “Many” burned in France in 1571
    “Several” executed in Paris, France, in 1574
    80 executed in one fire at Valery-en-Savoie, France, in 1574
    368 persons killed for witchcraft between 18 January, 1587, and 18 November, 1593, in the diocese of Treves.
    1 burned at Riom, France, in 1588
    9 executed in Toulouse, France, in 1595
    24 burned + 3 suicides in Hagenau, Alsace, in 1607
    1 burned alive by a mob at St. Jean de Liuz, France, circa 1608
    18 killed at Orleans, France, in 1616
    8 hanged at Londinieres, France, in 1618
    “Several” witches condemned at Nerac, France, on 26 June, 1619
    200 + executed at Labourt, France, in 1619
    2 killed by a mob at Auxonne, France, in 1650
    900 killed in Lorraine, France (years unknown)
    36 executed in Paris, France, in 1680
    “Several” burned at Rouen, France, in 1684-1685
    1 executed in France, in 1718
    1 killed for sorcery in France, 1977

    GERMANY

    The last judicial executions for witchcraft in Germany were in 1775
    Altseer, Simon: Munich, Germany
    Deiner, Hans: burned at Waldsee, Germany (year unknown)
    Richel (first name unknown): Eichstaett, Germany
    Mazelier, Hanchemand de: arrested at Neuchatel, Germany 1439
    Kuhnlin, Elsa: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1518
    Paeffin, Elsa: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1518
    Thausser, Simon: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1518
    Thausser (wife of Simon, no name given): burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1518
    Wachin, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1528
    Mullerin, Elsbet: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1531
    Echtinger, Barbara: imprisoned for life at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August, 1545
    Groebisch (first name unknown): executed in Derneburg, Obergrombach, Germany, 1555
    Gissler (wife, first name unknown): executed in Derneburg, Obergrombach, Germany, 1555
    Gissler (husband, first name unknown): executed in Derneburg, Obergrombach, Germany, 1555
    Serck (first name unknown): executed in Derneburg, Obergrombach, Germany, 1555
    Hezensohn, Joachim: beheaded at Waldsee, Germany, in 1557
    Schröck, Anna: executed at Herb (Hohenberg), Germany, 1581
    Beuchel, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1581
    Buckh, Appollonia: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1581
    Schwarz, Eva: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1581
    Wirth, Trauben: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July, 1585
    Wuncil, Brigida: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581
    Einseler, Catharina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581
    Isolin, Madlen: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581
    Rosch, Maria: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581
    Flieger, Catharina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581
    Scharber, Elsbeth: burned at Waldsee, Germany, in 1581
    Reich, Maria: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July, 1585
    Treher, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July, 1585
    Uhlmer, Barbara: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August, 1585
    Sailler, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August, 1585
    Rohrfelder, Margaret: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August, 1585
    Weiss, Agatha: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October, 1586
    Erb, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March, 1586
    Schultheiss, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March, 1586
    Schneider, Felicitas: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March, 1586
    Lachenmeyer, Waldburg: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July, 1585
    Mayer, Christina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October, 1586
    Isel, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November, 1586
    Rauffains, Catharina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November, 1586
    Stadelmann, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November, 1586
    Hoyd, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 November, 1586
    Fray, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 12 June, 1587
    Kless, Catharina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 12 June, 1587
    Dormar, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October, 1586
    Kleiss, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 30 October, 1586
    Huebmeyer, Barbara: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September, 1589
    Huebmeyer, Appela: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September, 1589
    Schnelling, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September, 1589
    Stubb, Peter: executed as a werewolf near Cologne, Germany, in 1589
    Lemp, Rebecca: executed in Nordlingen, Germany, on 9 Sept. 1590
    Stuell(?), Gertrud (of Klaferd in the Oberholzklau Parish): burned at the stake in Alchen, Gemany, 1590
    Birenseng, Agata: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 25 June, 1594
    Fray, Margaret: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 25 June, 1594
    Laubbach (wife): executed at Eichstatt, Germany, in 1597
    Hoppo, (first name unknown): executed in Germany in 1599
    Stadlin, (first name unknown): executed in Germany in 1599
    Grempell, Paul: executed in Munich, Germany, 1600
    Grempell (wife, first name unknown): executed in Munich, Germany, 1600
    Grempell (son, first name unknown): executed in Munich, Germany, 1600
    Grempell (son, first name unknown): executed in Munich, Germany, 1600
    Klostermueller, Agnes: executed in Munich, Germany, 1600
    Pappenheimer, Paulus: executed in Munich, Germany, 1600
    Pappenheimer, Gumprecht: executed in Munich, Germany, 1600
    Pappenheimer,Anna (mother ): executed in Munich, Germany, 1600
    Gwinner, Else: executed in Germany on 21 Dec. 1601
    Grammer, Anna: executed at Herb (Hohenberg), Germany, June 1613
    Steffen: (town and last name unknown) Westphalia, Germany 1617
    Bucklin, Elisabeth: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Ziegler, Barbara: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Ruethsin, Anna: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Hack, Hans: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Kuetsch, Lorenz: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Kuetsch, Elisabeth (mother): executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Rinder, Anna: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Legin, Margarethe: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Ziegler, Endres: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Hoffmann, Rochus: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Hoffmann, (daughter, first name unknown): executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Hoffmann, (daughter, first name unknown): executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    elbart, Hans: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1617
    Haan, George: burned at Bamberg, Germany, circa 1626
    Haan, (wife of George): burned at Bamberg, Germany, circa 1626
    Haan, (daughter of George): burned at Bamberg, Germany, circa 1626
    Haan, (son of George): burned at Bamberg, Germany, circa 1626
    Kurzhals, Barbara: executed in Reichertshofen, Germany, 1626
    Reichard, Johann: executed in Eichstaett, Germany, 1626
    Henot, Katharina: burned alive in Cologne, Germany, 1627
    Kramer, Philipp: executed in Mainz, Germany, 1627
    Mueller, Anna Maria: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1627
    Junius, Johannes: of Bamberg, executed as a witch, on 6 August, 1628
    Mader, Elisabeth: executed in Coburg, Germany, 1629
    Visirer (first name unknown): executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Liebler (daughter, first name unknown): executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Huter (first name unknown): executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Raab (first name unknown): executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Hausen (first name unknown): executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Elling (first name unknown): executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Rueger, Christophorus: executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Noeth, Lorenz: executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Rosslein, Martine: executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Wasser, Friedrich: executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Hofmann, Lorenz: executed in Würzburg, Germany, 1627 – 29
    Harfner, (first name unknown): hanged herself in the prison of Bamberg, 1628-1629
    Ancker, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Babel, Zuickel: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Babel, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Bannach, (husband) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Bannach, (wife) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Basser, Fredrick: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Batsch, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Baunach, (first name unknown): executed at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Bebelin, Gabriel: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Beck, Viertel: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Beck, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Berger, Christopher: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Bentz, (mother) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Bentz, (daughter) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Beutler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Brickmann, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Bugler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Bursten-Binderin, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628 – 1629
    Canzler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Crots, (son) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Edelfrau, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Eyering, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Fleischbaum, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Gering, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Glaser, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Gobel, Barbara: burned at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Gobel’s child, (first name unknown): executed at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Goldschmidt, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Gutbrod, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Hafner, (son) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Hammellmann, Melchoir: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Hans, David: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Hans, Kilian: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Hirsch, Nicodemus: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Hoecker, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Hofschmidt, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Holtzmann, Stoffel: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Hofseiler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Jung, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Kanzler (first name unknown): executed at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Knertz, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Knor, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Kramerin, Schelmerey: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Kuler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Lambrecht, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Liebler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Lutz, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Mark, Bernhard: burned alive at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Meyer, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Rutchser, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schutz, Babel: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schwartz, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schenck, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schellhar, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schickelte, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schneider, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schleipner, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schwarz, (first name unknown): executed at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Schwerdt, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Shultz (infant), (first name unknown): executed at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Steicher, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Steinacher, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Stepper, (first name unknown): executed at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Stolzberger, (son) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Stolzberger, (wife) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Stolzberger, (granddaughter) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Stuber, Laurence: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Sturmer, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Seiler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Silberhans, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Steinbach, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Stier, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Tungerslieber, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Wagner, Michael: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Vaecker, Paul: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Wagner, (first name unknown): burnt alive at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Wirth, Klingen: beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Wunth, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Haus, (wife) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Rum, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Valkenburger, (daughter) (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Weydenbusch, (first name unknown): beheaded at Würzburg, Germany, 1628-1629
    Geissler, Clara: strangled at Gelnhausen, Germany circa 1630
    Dr. Horn (first name unknown): executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1630
    Horn (wife, first name unknown): executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1630
    Horn (daughter, first name unknown): executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1630
    Bauer, Stephan: executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1630
    Neidecker (first name unknown): executed in Bamberg, Germany, 1630
    Dr. Schweygel: executed in Cologne, Germany, 1637
    Pomp, Anna: executed at Lindheim, Germany, in 1633
    Duffhuss, Ferdinand: executed in Paderborn, Germany, 1657
    Jost, Vitus: executed in Paderborn, Germany, 1658
    Mauter, Margarethe: executed in Nürnberg, Germany, 1659
    Brose, Elizabeth: tortured to death in the castle of Gommern, Germany, on 4 November, 1660
    Schuler, (first name not known): burned at Lindheim, Germany on 23 February, 1663
    Rullmann, ( first name unknown, the wife of Friedrich): executed on March 1, l664,Lindheim, Germany
    Reuneg, Anna : executed on June 12, l663, Lindheim, Germany
    Reuneg, Else : executed in the summer of l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Reuneg, Katharina : executed on June 12, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Euler, Anna : executed on June 12, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Metzler, Elisabeth : executed on June 12, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Meurer, Katharina : executed on June 12, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Schneider, Margarethe (wife of Andreas): executed on June 12, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Ellroth, ( first name unknown, The wife of Balthasar Ellroth): executed on June 17, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Schneider, Margarethe (wife of Hans): executed on August 25, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Reuneg, Johann: executed on August 25, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Esch, Klaus : executed on August 25, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Kuhn (Bäcker-Margreth), Margarethe : executed on August 25, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Leschier, Heinrich and Maria: executed on August 25, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Brack, (first name unknown, the wife of Heinrich): executed on 25 August, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Pöppel, Hans : executed on 25 August, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Weber, Katharina: executed on August 25, l663,Lindheim, Germany
    Schüler, Martha: burned atLindheim, Germany, 23 February, 1664
    Reuneg, Philipp: executed on March 1, l664,Lindheim, Germany
    Pichler, Emerenziana: burned at Defereggen, Germany, on 25 September, 1680
    Pichler, (name unknown, son of Emerenziana, aged 12): burned at Defereggen, Germany, on 27 September, 1680
    Pichler, (name unknown, son of Emerenziana, aged 14): burned at Defereggen, Germany, on 27 September, 1680
    Greulich, Noa: executed in Landshut, Obergrombach, Germany 1695

    8000 “Stedingers” killed on 27 May, 1234
    1 burned at Berlin, Germany, in 1399
    4 burned at Metz, Germany, in 1482
    1 died in prison, at Metz, Germany 1488
    3 executed at Mairange, Germany, on 17 June, 1488
    2 executed at Mairange, Germany, on 25 June, 1488
    3 executed at Chastel, Germany, on 26 June, 1488
    3 executed at Metz, Germany, on 1 July, 1488
    1 executed at Salney, Germany, on 3 July, 1488
    2 executed at Salney, Germany, on 12 July, 1488
    3 executed at Salney, Germany, on 19 July, 1488
    1 executed at Brieg, Germany, on 19 July, 1488
    2 executed at Juxney, Germany, on 19 August, 1488
    5 executed at Thionville, Germany, on 23 August, 1488
    1 executed at Metz, Germany, on 2 September, 1488
    1 executed at Vigey, Germany, on 15 September, 1488
    1 executed at Juxney, Germany, on 22 September, 1488
    1 burned in Saxony, Germany, in 1510
    2 executed at Bueren, Germany, 1510
    3 burned alive at Derneburg, Germany, on 4 October, 1555
    3 executed at Paderborn, Germany, 1555
    3 executed at Bueren, Germany, 1572
    3 executed at Paderborn, Germany, 1575
    133 persons burned in one day at Quedlinburg, in Germany, in 1589
    48 burned in Wurttemberg, Germany, in 1589
    2 burned at Cologne, Germany in 1589
    54 burned in Franconia in 1590
    32 executed in Nordlingen, Germany in 1590
    2 “vagrants” executed in Eichstatt, Germany, 22 Nov. 1597
    10 -daily- were burned (average) in the Duchy of Brunswick between 1590-1600
    205 burned at the Abbey of Fulda, Germany, between 1603-1605
    2 executed at Herb (Hohenberg), Germany, June 1613
    56 executions at Mainz, Germany, between 1626-1629
    77 executions at Burgstadt, Germany, between 1626-1629
    40 executions at Berndit, Buttan, Ebenheit, Wenchdorf and Heinbach, Germany, between 1626-1629
    8 executions in Prozelten and Amorbach, Germany between 1626-1629
    168 executions in the district of Miltenberg, Germany, between 1626-1629
    85 burned in Dieburg, Germany, in 1627
    79 burned at Offenburg, Austria, from 1627-1629
    29 burned at Würzburg, Germany, between 1627-1629
    approx. 650 executed at Sauerland, Germany, 1628-31
    274 executed in Eichstatt, Germany in 1629
    124 executed by the Teutonic Order at Mergentheim, Germany in 1630
    900 executions at Bamberg, Germany, between 1627 and 1631
    22,000 (approx) executed in Bamberg, Germany between 1610 and 180
    3 executed at Lindheim, Germany in 1631
    50 executed at Büren, 1631
    11 executed at Höxter, Germany, 1631
    1 executed in Eichstatt, Germany, 1637
    30 burned in Lindheim, Germany, between 1640-1651
    14 executed at Höxter, Germany, 1653-56
    102 burned in Zuckmantel, Germany, in 1654
    8 (slain as were-wolf) at Borlinghausen, Germany, 1658
    3 executed at Borgentreich, Germany, 1660
    23 executed at Rietberg, Germany, 1661
    approx. 10 executed at Büren, Germany, 1670
    3 executed (Suzanna, Isle and Catherine (last names unknown) at Arendsee, Germany, in 1687
    36 burned at Nordlingen, Germany between 1690-1694
    1 (12 year old boy) executed at Fürstenberg, Germany, 1694
    9 persons burned at Burghausen, Germany, all under 16 years of age, on 26 March, 1698
    approx. 10 executed at Fürstenberg, Germany, 1700-02
    3 burned at Karpfen, Germany, in 1744
    3 burned at Muhlbach, Germany, in 1746
    100 + executed at Haeck, Germany between 1772 and 1779
    1 shot by a policeman at Uttenheim, Germany, on suspicion of being a were-wolf, in November, 1925
    An unknown number killed in Nazi concentration camps, Third Reich, ca. World War II

    ICELAND
    Rögnvaldsson, Jón: burned in Eyjafjörður, north Iceland, 1625
    Cothmann, Katharina: executed in Lemgo (near Paderborn) 1654
    Guðbrandsson, Þórður: burned in Trékyllisvík, Strandir, Iceland in 1654
    Bjarnason, Egill: burned in Trékyllisvík, Strandir, Iceland in 1654
    Jónsson, Grímur: burned in Trékyllisvík, Strandir, Iceland in 1654
    Jónsson sr., Jón: burned in Ísafjörður, Iceland in 1656
    Jónsson jr., Jón: burned in Ísafjörður, Iceland in 1656
    Halldórsson, Þórarinn: burned at Þingvellir, Iceland in 1667
    Leifsson, Jón: burned in Barðastrandarsýsla in the Westfjords, Iceland in 1669
    Eyjólfsson, Erlendur: burned in Húnavatnssýsla county in north Iceland in 1669
    Jónsson, Sigurður: burned in Þingvellir, Iceland in 1671
    Oddsson, Páll: burned at Þingvellir, Iceland in 1674
    Þorsteinsson, Böðvar: burned at Þingvellir, Iceland in 1674
    Diðriksson, Lassi: burned at Þingvellir, Iceland in 1675
    Bjarnason, Magnús: burned in 1675 in Iceland
    Sveinsson, Þorbjörn: burned at Þingvellir, Iceland in 1677
    Bjarnason, Bjarni: burned at Þingvellir, Iceland in 1677
    Grímsson, Stefán: burned in Húnavatnssýsla county, Iceland in 1678
    Helgason, Jón: burned in Barðastrandarsýsla county in the Westfjords, Iceland in 1678
    Ólafsdóttir, Þuríður: burned in Barðastrandarsýsla county in the Westfjords, Iceland in 1678
    Pálsson, Ari: burned at Þingvellir, Iceland in 1681
    Árnason, Sveinn: burned in Arngerðareyri in the Westfjords, Iceland in 1683
    Finnbogason, Halldór: burned at Þingvellir, Iceland in 1685
    1 woman burned in Iceland in 1580

    CROATIA
    Margareta (mother): burned at Gric, Croatia 1429
    Elisabeta (daughter of Margareta): burned at Gric, Croatia 1429
    Marica of Zagreb: burned at Gric, Croatia 1444
    Jelena (wife of Petor): burned at Gric, Croatia 1486
    Zobay, Margareta: burned at Gric, Croatia 1486
    Ursula, the shoemaker’s daughter: burned at Gric, Croatia 1496
    Kavnicijan, Kata: burned at Varazdinske Toplice, Croatia 1585
    Besenic, Ursa: burned at Varazdinske Toplice, Croatia 1585
    Golub, Dora: burned at Varazdinske Toplice, Croatia 1585
    Majhanovic, Doroteja: burned at Gric, Croatia 1651
    Kasic (mother): burned at Zagreb, Croatia 1660
    Kasic (older daughter): burned at Zagreb, Croatia 1660
    Lagenka, Dora: burned at Ozalj, Croatia 1694
    Jeretska, Neska: burned near Uskocke Gore, Croatia 1696
    Glanicnik (father): burned at Klenovnik, Croatia 1698
    Glanicnik (son): burned at Klenovnik, Croatia 1698
    Bedran, Margareta: burned at Gric, Croatia 1698
    Cincic, Jelena: burned at Kaptol, Croatia 1699
    Cos, Ana: burned at Varazdinske Toplice, Croatia 1699
    Longin, Magdalena: burned at Varazdinske Toplice, Croatia 1699
    Osefic, Doroteja: burned at Varazdinske Toplice, Croatia 1699
    Prpric, Katarina: burned at Varazdinske Toplice, Croatia 1699
    Medovic, Helena: burned at Gric, Croatia 1698
    Benekovic, Ursa: burned at Gric, Croatia 1698
    Sirkovic, Ana: burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Loncaric, Matja (male): burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Kramaric, Bara: burned at Kaptol, Croatia 1699
    Djurancevic, Jana (?): burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Dumbovic, a nun of the “Margaret Order”: burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Pavlekovic Piticek, Kata: burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Kruzic Zupanic, Barbara: burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Agato (wife): burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Krznar, Margareta: burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Kerznar, Mara: burned at Gric, Croatia 1704
    Cik, Katerina: burned at Varazdin, Croatia 1709
    Vidmar, Margareta: burned at Varazdin, Croatia 1709
    Velek, Elizabeta: burned at Varazdin, Croatia 1712
    Kusenka, Jelica: burned at Gric, Croatia 1715
    Horvat Pozirak, Barbara: died in prison at Varazdin, Croatia 1717
    Topolca, Dora: burned at Varazdin, Croatia 1718
    Strigaric, Barbara: burned at Varazdin, Croatia 1718
    Kuljanka, Margareta: burned at Gric, Croatia 1733
    Kos Celica, Kata: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Cumber Cvetko, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Muzek Krapac, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Rudinovic, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Bogdan Fumic, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Vukovic, Ladesic, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Mehanovic, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Korenika, Margareta: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Brigljevic, Katarina: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Sipusic Ledar, Dora: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Cigetic, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Koskovic, Margareta: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Hagic, Magdalena: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1733
    Mikinka, Jelena: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Narcic, Dora: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Kalopanjka, Margareta: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Novak, Ana: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Vogicek, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Klenovac, Margareta: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Funjak, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Kos, Jelena: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Mudic Trumbetas, Dora: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Vucic, Margareta: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Milos Kiseljak, Margareta: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Jurinic, Jelena: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Cendrekovic, Barbara: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Pogledic, Margareta: burned at Turopolje, Croatia 1734
    Norsic, Marija: burned at Samobor, Croatia 1741
    Czuranka, Ana: burned at Samobor, Croatia 1741
    Sinecka, Helena: burned at Samobor, Croatia 1741
    Gramiza, Katarina: burned at Samobor, Croatia 1741
    Ratkaj, Katarina: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Negovec, Helena: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Biskup, Barbara: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Pucko, Agata: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Grudicek, Ana: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Mraz, Magdalena: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Kolarek, Ana: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Kolar, Katarina: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Jugovec, Ana: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Drvaric, Ana: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1742
    Bilskup, Katarina: burned at Belska zupa, Croatia 1743
    Pszk Mihanovic, Barbara: burned at Kaptol, Croatia 1743
    Karlovcic, Marica: burned at Kaptol, Croatia 1743
    Duganka, Bara: burned at Gric, Croatia 1743
    Ptickovica, Jelica: burned at Gric, Croatia 1743
    Minheric, Ana: burned at Gric, Croatia 1743
    Dedovka, Mara: burned at Gric, Croatia 1743
    Buncekovica, Mara: burned at Gric, Croatia 1743
    Uvasic Drapuska, Marija: burned, Zagreb district, Croatia 1746
    Jugovic, Ursula, of Kranj: burned, Zagreb district, Croatia 1746
    Tucman, Helena: burned, Zagreb district, Croatia 1746
    Skovranka, Dora: burned, Zagreb district, Croatia 1746
    Matkovic, Magda: burned, Zagreb district, Croatia 1746
    Perusic, Barbara: died in prison, Zagreb district, Croatia 1746
    Vlahovic, Marareta: died under torture at Stubica, Croatia 1746
    Futakovic, Jela: burned at Dolnja Stubica, Croatia 1746
    Paukovic, Anica: burned at Cepin, Croatia 1748
    Petrusevka, Bara: burned in Zagrebacka zupanija, Croatia 1749
    Vugrinec, Marijana: burned in Zagrebacka zupanija, Croatia 1751
    Fuckan, Marija: burned in Zagrebacka zupanija, Croatia 1751
    Brukec, Marijana: burned in Zagrebacka zupanija, Croatia 1751
    Benkovic Brckovic, Magda: burned in Zagrebacka zupanija, Croatia 1751
    c, Doroteja: burned in Zagrebacka zupanija, Croatia 1751

    1 serving woman of Gric burned at Gric, Croatia 1651
    15 women burned at Zagreb, Croatia 1685
    1 miller (male) burned at Zagreb, Croatia 1685
    5 women burned at Kritevci, Croatia 1689
    1 woman burned at Ozalzj, Croatia 1689
    1 burned at Gric, Croatia, in 1699
    1 prostitute from Ilica Street, Gric, Croatia, 1704
    1 woman of Reng, Gric, Croatia, 1704
    1 woman door-keeper, Gric, Croatia, 1704
    1 woman burned at Kerestinec, Croatia, 1733
    1 woman from Kraj burned at Turopolje, Croatia, 1733
    1 woman burned, from Kritevu, Croatia, 1740
    Her 7 year old daughter, whose “veins were cut,” Kritevu, Croatia, 1740
    Another woman burned, from Kritevu, Croatia, 1740
    Her 5 year old daughter, whose “veins were cut,” Kritevu, Croatia, 1740
    5 women burned, from Kritevu, Croatia, 1740
    4 women burned, from Kritevu, Croatia, 1741
    1 woman burned at Stubica, Croatia, in 1756

    UNITED STATES

    The last judicial executions for witchcraft in North America were in 1692
    Dustin, Sarah: died in prison in Massachusetts, N. America (year unknown)
    Younge, Alse: hanged in Connecticut, North America, on 26 May, 1647
    Jones, Margaret: executed in Charlestown, North America, on 15 June, 1648
    Lake, Alice: executed at Boston, MA (?) ca. 1651
    Hibbins, Anne: hanged in Boston, Massachusetts on 19 June, 1656
    Dyer, Mary: hung in Massachucetts, N. America, 1 June, 1660
    Greensmith, (first name unknown): hanged in Hartford, New England, on 20 January, 1662
    Glover, Goody: hanged at Salem, New England, in 1688
    Osburne, Sarah: died in prison at Boston, Massachusetts, 10 May, 1692
    Bishop, Briget: hanged at Salem, New England on 10 June, 1692
    Good, Sarah: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July, 1692
    How, Elizabeth: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July, 1692
    Martin, Susannah: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July, 1692
    Nurse, Rebecca: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July, 1692
    Wildes, Sarah: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July, 1692
    Jacobs, George: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August, 1692
    Burroughs, George: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August, 1692
    Carrier, Martha: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August, 1692
    Corey, Giles: pressed to death at Salem, New England, on 19 September, 1692
    Willard, John: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August, 1692
    Procter, John: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August, 1692
    Wardwell, Samuel: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September, 1692
    Corey, Martha: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September, 1692
    Scott, Margaret: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September, 1692
    Parker, Alice: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September, 1692
    Parker, Mary: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September, 1692
    Pudeator, Anne: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September, 1692
    Reed, Wilmot: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September, 1692
    Easty, Mary: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September, 1692
    Smith, Tempest: 12 years old, suicided at Lincoln Park, Michigan, USA on 20 February 2001

    1 executed at Kaskaskia, IL, USA, 1870
    1 murdered in Pennsylvania in 1929

    MEXICO
    Arista, Josephine: burned at the stake in Ojinaga, Mexico, July 3, 1955
    Sabina, Benita: killed as a witch in Alfajayucan, Mexico, September 8, 1956.
    Trajo, Christina: killed as a witch in Alfajayucan, Mexico, September 8, 1956.
    Maquixtle, Eduardo Quiahua: murdered at Vicente Guererro, Mexico, 1996
    Maquixtle, Andrea, (wife) : murdered at Vicente Guererro, Mexico, 1996
    Maquixtle, (child 1): murdered at Vicente Guererro, Mexico, 1996
    Maquixtle, (child 2): murdered at Vicente Guererro, Mexico, 1996
    Maquixtle, (child 3): murdered at Vicente Guererro, Mexico, 1996
    Maquixtle, (child 4): murdered at Vicente Guererro, Mexico, 1996

    5 burned in Mexico, in 1877
    1 stoned to death in Mexico, 1981
    4 Tojolabal Indians murdered at Lucha Campesina, Chiapas, Mexico, in September 1996

    SOUTH AFRICA
    Manzayiwa, Tomi: murdered in Umtata, South Africa, 19 December, 1998
    Ntele, Anna: beaten to death, South Africa, February 1998
    Ntleki, Aphiwe (child): burned to death at Balasi, Eastern Pondoland, S.A. in January 1999
    Ntleki, Lihle (child): burned to death at Balasi, Eastern Pondoland, S.A. in January 1999
    Ntleki, Madinda: burned to death at Balasi, Eastern Pondoland, S.A. in January 1999
    Ntleki, Zamabhala (child): burned to death at Balasi, Eastern Pondoland, S.A. in January 1999
    Ntleki, Zisanda (child): burned to death at Balasi, Eastern Pondoland, S.A. in January 1999
    Khawuta, Zamabhengu: burned to death at Balasi, Eastern Pondoland, S.A. in January 1999
    Qamza, Hlanjiwe: burned to death at Ludeke near Bizana, S.A. in January 1999
    Mamabolo, Madeleine: Segopye Village near Pietersburg in Northern Province, South Africa, murdered in June, 1999
    Mkambano, Joseph: stoned to death on Montina farm, in Duiwelskloof, Northern Province, South Africa, 8 August, 1999

    10 women murdered, Mowa district of the Eastern Cape, South Africa, 1999
    250 killed in the Northern Province (Africa) in 1994
    97 women and 40 men killed in South Africa 1994 – 1997
    70 killed in Northern Transvaal in 1994
    2 killed in Lyndenburg (Africa) in 1996
    A 55 year old woman doused with gasoline and set afire at Hammanskraal, S.A. on 19 July, 1996
    300 + killed in South Africa between 1986 and 1996
    1 woman shot in Siqhungwini, SA, January, 1999

    ITALY

    The last judicial executions for witchcraft in Italy were in 1791
    Bragadini, Mark Antony: beheaded in Italy in the 1500’s
    Quattrino, Dominic: burned at Mesolcina, Italy, in 1583
    Baroni, Catterina: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647
    Camelli, Domenica: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647
    Caveden, Lucia: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647
    Cemola, Zinevra: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647
    Gratiadei, Domenica: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647

    3 burnt in Savoy between 1446 and 1447
    1 burned at Locarno, Italy, in 1455
    3 burned at Forno-Rivara, Italy, in 1472
    2 burned at Levone, in Italy, in 1474
    5 burned at Forno, Italy, in 1475
    60 burned in Northern Italy, in 1510
    64 burned in Val Camonica, Italy between 1518-1521
    100 burned in Como, Italy, in 1523
    1000 + in Como, Italy, in 1524
    “Several” burned in Mesolcina, Italy, in 1583
    1, a Catholic priest, suicides rather than be tried as a witch, Italy, 1609

    SWITZERLAND

    The last judicial executions for witchcraft in Switzerland were in 1782
    Goeldi, Anna: hanged at Glaris, Switzerland, on 17 June, 1782

    “Several” witches burned alive at Simmenthal, Switzerland, circa 1400
    48 burned at Constance, between 1482-1486
    500 + burned in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1515
    300 burned in Bern, Switzerland, between 1591-1600
    77 burned in Vaud, Switzerland, in 1599

    SPAIN
    la Valle, Gracia: burned in Saragossa. First execution of a witch in Spain, in 1498.
    An unknown number executed in Spain in 1499.
    3 women were executed in Spain circa 1500.
    30 burned in Calahorra, Spain, in 1507
    2 women executed in Spain circa 1512.
    “A large number” executed at Saragossa, Spain, in 1536
    30,000 (approx) burned by the Inquisition (not all may have been witches)

    SWEDEN
    Bure, Anna Israelsdotter: about 45 years old, wife of Peter Eriksson Snifs, beheaded at Gävle, Sweden 6 March 1675
    Canon, Brita, wife of Hans Johansson: beheaded and burned Gävle, Sweden 6 March 1675
    Gullsmed, Brita, wife of Lorenz: beheaded and burned Gävle, Sweden 6 March 1675
    Kirstin, 78 years, mother-in-law of Håkan Vacktknekt: beheaded and burned Gävle, Sweden 6 March 1675
    Petersson, Elisabeth: wife of Erik, beheaded and burned Gävle, Sweden 6 March 1675
    Nilsson, Lars: burned alive at Norrvasterbyn, Arjeplog, Sweden in the spring of 1693

    85 executed at Mohra, Sweden, on 25 August, 1670
    71 beheaded or burned in Sweden between 1674-1677

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  • Rohme Giuliano Says:

    We may be in the prehistory of something new. Regardless, the American Civil War was absolutely necessary and
    a second one is not needed and if realized would be the fault of a gratuitously ignorant citizenry. I reserve the notion of historical necessity for human progress. Not every butchery would I view as a historical moment.

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  • Wagner Says:

    Gas the Brits, Civil War II Now

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    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Big W, it is somewhat disappointing to observe your flight from the stimulating thread above, and your traitorous turning on the British people, whose depredations you had praised so highly. These strange vacillations are more suggestive of an unruly disciple reacting against the imaginary and arcane impositions of a hallucinated guru-figure. This kind of clichéd exoticisation should be refused, Big W, for the simplified theatricality that it is. Yet another contrived barrier of disingenuity; the classical Occidental obstacle; to true insight.
    Resorting to atmospheric demolition, of that which you celebrated; and returning to the ongoing festival of intra-nationalistic contention, so ironically named ‘Civil’; are yet more examples from this litany of uncanny and protean unrests, that has you in the unyielding grip of a staged liberty that you have never been able to positively define, without hallucinated opposition.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Yeah because you either have to completely love something or completely hate something. Clear thinking, Little Artxell, as per usual.

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    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Big W, you’re alluding to an emphasis of polarisation that was never given. It’s interesting that your reception so hastily reaches this point, of what can only be assumed, is an impasse for you. Such as stalling, however, is not inherently necessary, if analysis is continued through all possible recontextualisations and their logical relations as regards the initial tendencies of inquiry.
    It’s possible to think clearly through that which might usually be considered inherently opaque or fundamentally recalcitrant to common modes of Reason. Of course, work is involved; one actually has to think, and not rely on the easy ‘knee-jerk’ responses of preferential habit, or habitual preference. Often, and more often than not, one finds that much of what is lazily shoved under the rubric of ‘substance’, is no more than this preferred idleness.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Happy We Wuz Kangz Month, lil Arty.

    I imagine you will feel solidarity with yo brothas da nex turdy days’a so, nigga, sheeit.

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  • Rohme Giuliano Says:

    @Wagner

    Wagner,

    Purely on an operational level – how are you going to exclude/(murder?) hundreds of millions?

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    Wagner Reply:

    Instead of holocausting the Jews this coming War we should enslave them through brainwash so we can harness their powers and direct them toward right-wing projects (breeding the Overman for instance). I’m sure they will figure it out, if they pulled the wool over the eyes of wypipo they can easily do it to dirt niggers like Artxell’s ugly, slavish, curry-slurping grandchildren. We’re talking propaganda here, or what Plato called “poetry”, or more bluntly put, media that hypnotizes and thereby shapes subjectivities. If you hear a message enough times, etc.; what one generation pretends to believe the next generation actually believes, etc. Ask me that question in about 30 years, I’m in a grasshopper stage currently.

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    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Your problem, Big W, is that your ambitions, always exceed your abilities; and your estimations of others, seem always to be a projection of your considerable self-limitations. You could try liberating yourself from this petty enslavement? It’s an inferiority you’ve chosen to construct.

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    Wagner Reply:

    “It’s an inferiority you’ve chosen to construct” Talk about projection. Continue though, I’d like to hear more about those non-Indian Frenchmen that have dominated your brain.

    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Big W, I did talk about projection, and not only according to the line going from Freud, to Lacan, & to Derrida, especially as the senses and logics dealt with by that line, do not originate with those three thinkers, or even in the Occident at all. Though their work doesn’t entirely escape me, neither does it form an absolute horizon for me. If you’re reception is not sensitive to that, you won’t be able to understand what I write, let alone contest it with any competence.

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  • Wagner Says:

    michael, a long time ago you talked about the lengths people go to to prepare for a post-apocalyptic setting. I’m not fucking around atm. If you give me about a can of beans a day I will be your loyal body guard, shoot shitheads and make their brains spill out on the sidewalk like jellyfish tentacles. If shit goes down.

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