Robert Pike

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Submitted: August 20, 2010

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Other commentators absolutely rejected specter evidence. They did so because of their understanding of the origin of the specters or images that so terrified the afflicted. Samuel Willard believed that the specters many saw were mere illusions. "The witches themselves," he noted, "do not know when they go in specter, and when in body, and how should they then tell, whether the other be the person bodily or only in specter?"Robert Pike agreed: "Either the organ of the eye is abused and the senses deluded, so as to think they do see or hear some thing or person, when indeed they do not." Pike likened, the effect to that created by "common jugglers."Intention to get online transcription is accompanied with good price and good quality


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