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And it provides valuable insight into church policy with respect to witchcraft and demonology before Malleus Aialeficarum. Episcopi warned of the endemic belief in 'illusions and phantasms of demons', especially among women. Such beliefs were closely identified with incantations to provoke passions, or to harm property or persons. Participation or belief in such practices of necessity involved subservience to the demonic horde and their master.
Vieo (Milan, 1961), pp. 9-12, and passim. 32. M. Ornstein, The Role of Scientific Societies in the Seventeenth Century (Chicago, 1928); N. , 1()67). 33. J. Bouwsma, Concordia Mundi: The Career of G. 271. 34. W. Montgomery, Cross and Crucible, J. v. l98. 35. 51). This title-page was adapted for the 1640 English translation of De augmentis scientiarum. 36. Bacon, Novum Organum, I, 85, in Works, ed. J. L. D. s (London, 1857-74), 1, 191-3. SPIRilTAI \L\fdC 7_\ Tl. Bacon, No\'um Orr;anum, I, S, Works.
At the social level this attitucfe towards natural magic was averse to the exclusivism of secret brotherhoods of illuminati, pointing instead in the direction of coordinated effort involving all classes of operator, and the free exchange of information. It was entirely consistent with the mentality of the Paracelsian type natural magic that its practitioners should recognize the advantages of coordinated effort in the scientific field, and also apply their insights to planning in the wider social and political spheres.