Welcome to episode 34 with your host this week, Lori Ann Bailey, as she kicks of our segment on witch trials. Lori dives into the dynamics of the religious and political causes contributing to the intolerance of those practicing "witchcraft" and then the odd confessions of women in 1612 in the Pendle Hill area of Lancashire.
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This episode was paired with:
Bonterra - Equinox Red
A little extra about the Pendle Witch Trials:
Documentary: The Pendle Witch Child: https://youtu.be/MATKIhrDZSc
What I read this week:
Mindset - The New Psychology of Sucess: https://amzn.to/2p4WECf
My book (available online where books are sold!):
Eight Kisses: https://amzn.to/2M40vsg
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Stay tuned for our next shows!
October 24th: Madeline Martin will wow us with tales from a witch trial of her choosing.
November 7th: Eliza Knight will astound us with the details on the North Berwick Witch Trials.
November 21st: Next Happy Hour where we will be diving into the Salem Witch Trials
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