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  • FeyWitch

    Interesting reflection on history, mostly good with some trashy pub type stories put in as well, The story of Borley rectory is just as my mother told to me some 55 years ago. (Direct local knowledge). With the stories of witchcraft, it seems the writer is very confused or dose not know that there is a VERY big difference between a Witch and a Satanist... Most witches are not Satanists but get tarred with the same brush anyway.

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  • Interesting Collection

    "A short book which seems to have been written for the express purpose of an character assassination on Henry VIII. The author forgets that one of the main purposes of a king was to produce an heir and if possible a spare to ensure the line of succession. This book has been written with a certain disregard to historical fact in an effort to sensationalise the myths." That's nonsense - I did not see it delivered that way but I reckon you are a Protestant. I certainly do not support Henry VIII - a fat king who knows no graces but to chop the heads of any woman who unwittingly walks his way and is unable to produce him an heir. Shame on him because the "Y" chromosome really comes from him not the woman!

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  • Better then part one, but not much

    A short book which seems to have been written for the express purpose of an character assassination on Henry VIII. The author forgets that one of the main purposes of a king was to produce an heir and if possible a spare to ensure the line of succession. This book has been written with a certain disregard to historical fact in an effort to sensationalise the myths.

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