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Antonietta Gonzalez (as well as her father, two sisters and other family members) had hypertrichosis (also commonly called “werewolf syndrome”), which is a rare genetic disorder which causes an abnormal amount of hair on the body. Antonietta’s father, Pedro (sometimes written as Pedrus) Gonzalez, was the first known person to be affected with this disorder….

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The separation line  from the Jews finds its reasonings with them being blamed for killing Jesus.  This is one reason.  Another reason is to divide the ways of old from who they present themselves to be today.  Judaism predates Christianity and Catholicism.  Supposedly they were kicked out of Babylon by Nimrod for tricky dealings with…

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In 1428, a woman named Matteuccia Francisci appeared before and inquisitor at Todi. The inquisitor had evidently conducted extensive inquiry into her activities, and had obtained charges against her from numerous former clients. He routinely specified the precise place and year in which Matteuccia had performed sorcery for these clients, or given them recipes or…

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Weyer gives the condiment of these unguents in his De Lamiis, iii, 17, exactly following, and indeed reproducing Porta’s own phrase. The first liniment, then, is composed of the fat of young children seethed in a brazen vessel until it becomes thick and slab, and then scummed. With this are mixed eleoselinum, hemlock; aconitum, aconite;…

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The term cuckold refers to the husband of an adulterous wife. In evolutionary biology, the term is also applied to males who are unwittingly investing parental effort in offspring that are not genetically their own. (Step-Fathers) Although cuckoldry was a predominately-male crime, the cheating wife was by no means safe from the community’s criticism. She…

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How did the witch hunt begin? Once victims of ergotism began exhibiting symptoms of alkaloid poisoning of Ergot, people began to look for the “witch or witches” that caused this sickness and misery to occur. In Salem, Massachusetts, the witch hunt began, on January 20, 1692 when three pre-teen girls began began to exhibit symptoms…

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The first medical hypotheses related to lead poisoning were formulated during the Renaissance. From this period on, the medieval artisans acquired the dignity of artists and their professional life became worthy of being studied and analyzed. The economic and cultural development in the fifteenth century drew workshop instructors and young apprentices into big cities, where…

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The Executioner on Witch Crime 1500 Germany. Schmidt was also a humanitarian.  After torturing several women accused of witchcraft, Schmidt became convinced that the women were confessing to crimes they had never committed through fear of pain.  Although he was risking death by defying the ecclesiastic authorities, he applied to the town council to stop…