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164 - The Witch



A witch took as a profession to sell enchantments and formulae to appease the rage of the gods; she was not lacking clients and she was gaining this way widely the life. But she was marked for it of violating the law, and, taken before the judges, his accusers made her condemn to death.

Seeing her going out of the court, an observer said to him:

"You, witch, that were saying to be able to turn the rage of the gods away: how could not you have persuaded the men?"


Never believe to those who say to do marvels, but that are unable to do ordinary things.





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