was not a necessary component of a Protestant witchcraft act; the English act of 1563 did not mention it.
This adoration precipitates both his interest in necromancy
and his naive concept of performative language.
Witches, conjuring, and devilry were theatrically in fashion, but it is reductive to argue that necromancy
must swallow up every character, from the Porter to Macbeth.
Schmidt's interpretation of this passage is strained and is ultimately related to his notion that necromancy
is not indigenous to ancient Israel, but rather a false projection of Mesopotamian origin.
64) It could be issued every year simply by changing the date on the plate, but Sixtus V put an end to such necromancy
by making such astrological almanacs a kind of heretical text.
There are funerary and venerational cults of the dead throughout the world; but only very few societies actually practice necromancy
The "shadowes" alluded to in A:151 are usually taken to refer to the spirits of the dead raised in necromancy
40) 2 Kings 24:23 associates the terapim with necromancy
(oboi, yidde onim), "idols" (gillulim), and "abominations" (siqqusim) [no explicit fertility nuance is specified], but does not suggest that any of these terms are subsumed under the heading terapim.
Here is an example: Kirsch tells us that "what is ultimately most interesting about the motifs of parricide and necromancy
in Macbeth," is their conjunction in Macbeth's mind.
One is on necromancy
in ancient Israel, which was far more widespread than the late revisions of the Bible indicate.
He also condemns fertility rites and necromancy
which deal with ghosts.
Mature teens into adults will welcome the story of Finn Gramaraye, framed from dark necromancy
and exiled to the Other Realms at the tender age of fifteen.
This private de-extinction for potential profit could be seen as a form of neoliberal necromancy
A Jalapeno plant would be great against the Jester Zombie, the Necromancy
ambush, and the Dark Ages Gargantuars.
Brian Schmidt (Israel's Beneficent Dead: Ancestor Cult and Necromancy
in Ancient Israelite Religion and Tradition [Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1996], 4-13) includes ancestor veneration and feeding of the dead under the general category of mortuary cult, which he distinguishes from funerary rites, along with the distinct categories of necromancy
and ancestor worship/cult of the dead.