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BELIEF ABOUT DEVILS

THE SUBJECT OF WITCHES IS CLOSELY RELATED TO BLACK CATS, THE
MOON, DEVILS, ASTROLOGY. IT IS JOKED TODAY THAT IF
A BLACK CAT CROSSES
YOUR PATH BAD LUCK WILL COME. IN EARLY YEARS IT WAS BELIEVED
DEVILS DISGUISED THEMSELVES AS BLACK CATS, DOGS OR GOATS.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; MOUNT PLEASANT

James Callow Keyword(s): ANIMALS ; COLOR

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Witch Shaman
BELIEF -- Moon
BELIEF -- Bad luck P882.3

Date learned: 10-28-1971

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