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Marks of a Witch. During the witch hysteria of the 17th century such people as Matthew Hopkins the infamous Witch Finder General, plus others before and after him in their efforts to persecute witches, used the ignorance and fear of the general public to turn such natural phenomena to their own advantage.
It soon became the case that any natural physical malformation, a wart, mole, spot, fleshy skin protuberance or discoloration of the skin would be taken as mark of a witch, and most particularly if it secreted liquid or blood.
God forbid if you were found with a bleeding tumour, piles, ulcers or seeping boils. Similarly, it was thought that the devil sealed his compact with witches by leaving them some mark of identification on the body, hidden in some secret place.
Therefore, anyone found with unusual scaring, birthmarks or even tattoos were equally suspect and condemned. As a result, many innocent people were tried, found guilty of witchcraft and executed.
After the early writers on witchcraft had established the main features and principles of the heresy of witchcraft, the main being Jacob Sprenger and Heinrich Kramer in their Malleus Maleficarum first published in In their own books, these demonologist refined and deepened the now accepted theories on witchcraft, and by doing so helped to inflame and The main characteristics of stigmata the fear of it throughout the land.
In addition to being writers, many were men of importance and influence: The most notable of these writers were: Lesser writers of note soon imitated their writings and a whole plethora of books documenting arguments, anecdotes, trial reports and personal experiences appeared on the scene.
During the Hopkins hysteria many of the women he had taken, after depriving them of sleep for several nights and forcing them to keep moving by walking them up and down until their feet were bloody from the rough stone floors of their stinking cells, in near states of total exhaustion they soon confessed and confirmed Daltons theories.
Ludovico Maria Sinistrari in his De Demonialitate similarly believed that: It is imprinted on the most secret parts of the body, with men, under the eyelids or perhaps under the armpits, or on the lips or shoulders, the anus, or elsewhere, with women, it is generally on the breasts or private parts.
In modern times we would expect a wart or corn not to bleed and to be insensitive to the prick of a needle, likewise an old scar might also become insensitive, but in the 16th and 17th centuries such insensitivity proved witchery. And when this was done, she neither felt any pain, nor was the slightest drop of blood seen at the wound.
Yet, she persisted to deny the truth, saying that the insensitivity was caused a long time ago by a blow from a stone. In another case Temperance Lloyd was hanged for witchcraft in at Exeter, she was searched by Ann Wakely who reported that: In Bridget Bishop was examined during the Salem witches trials and: Not everybody believed that finding such marks was a sure way of identifying a witch, for even in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, there were skeptics who voiced their concerns at the idea.
In times more contemporary, the eminent anthropologist Margaret A. Murray carried out an experiment to prove just such a theory.
Out of randomly selected people, she found that 7 per cent of them had supernumerary nipples. Wright and Gooderidge were arrested and examined in Being demanded how long she had those teats, she answered she had been born so. Then did they search Alice Gooderidge, and found upon her belly a hole of the bigness of two pence, fresh and bloody, as though some great wart had cut off the place.
Adding to the discomfort of those accused of witchcraft was the spectacle of being searched for the marks of a witch. The initial searches were often conducted in public and provided much entertainment for a jeering ogling crowd of curiosity seekers.
As late as in Leicester it was reported that an old woman suspected of witchcraft was inspected: If no immediate imperfections where found, the victim was remanded and made to await inspection by the professionals.
Hopkins and others like John Dick of Scotland, John Kincaid of Tranent and John Balfour of Corhouse, quickly became the leading experts and were paid handsomely for their efforts, sometimes as much as twenty shillings a piece for all they could condemn as witches.
These were unscrupulous men and not beyond faking a witch for their own personal gain and prestige, often by using trick tools.Home / Strange Phenomena / Mysteries / The Facts Behind Religious Stigmata: Medical Mystery or Miracle?
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Cesare Lombroso (/ l ɒ m ˈ b r oʊ s oʊ /; Italian: [ˈtʃeːzare lomˈbroːzo, -so]; born Ezechia Marco Lombroso; 6 November – 19 October ), was an Italian criminologist and physician, founder of the Italian School of Positivist Criminology.
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Cesare Lombroso was the second of five children to jewish parents, lived in one of the few cities in italy where jewish boys were allowed to attend public school.