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Beautiful, intelligent, arrogant, avenging - this in her own words, is Ipsita Roy Chakraverti. In this searchingly honest account of her life as a Wiccan, she both proves and dispels notions of the 'wicked witch', bringing to the fore witchcraft's powers of healing and wisdom, as much as its power to avenge and destroy. Read more Read less. Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Enabled Language: Customers who bought this item also bought.

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Deepta Roy Chakraverti. Product description Product Description Beautiful, intelligent, arrogant, avenging - this in her own words, is Ipsita Roy Chakraverti. Ipsita Roy Chakraverti was born in Kolkata. She went to college in Montreal, Canada, where, apart from graduating with Honours in English Literature, she became a member of the Society of the Study of Ancient Cultures and Civilizations and studied the myths, legends and esoteric history of old world cultures, before choosing the study of Wicca as her true calling.

Her life has been an amazing one. Product details Format: Kindle Edition File Size: HarperCollins 21 June Sold by: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Not Enabled. What other items do customers download after viewing this item? May almighty God grant you His grace and Holy Spirit, that you may once more return to us in joy and with a healthy body.

Beloved Mother, let them download some beer, bake a cake, and cook a cutlet and let them get a little fish and a small chicken from us. And when you need money, you can get it from us. You have enough in your purse. Fare well, my beloved mother.

You should not worry about the housekeeping until you return to us. God give you a thousand times good night.

Rebecca, your loving daughter Anna Maria, your loving daughter Maria Salome, your loving daughter Joannes Conradus, [in Latin] your most loving son Samuel, your loving son Rebecca wrote the following letter to her husband on July 10, My beloved husband, be without worry.

Even if they should force me a times, I remain innocent, or may every devil come and rip me to shreds. And if they should question me harshly,1 I could admit nothing, even if they would rip me into a pieces. Do not worry, I am innocent down to my soul. If I should be martyred,2 which I do not believe will happen, then I am justified. Father, if I am guilty of the crime, then may God never let me appear before his countenance, for ever and always.

If they do not believe me, then may God the Highest perceive such and perform a sign.

If I am stuck in misery, then there is no God in heaven. You hear my innocence. By the will of God, let me not remain stuck in dreadful misery. Three days later, on July 13, , her husband Peter appealed directly to the town council with this letter: Most honorable, considerate, respectable, prudent, generous, and imposing Lords!

In the time most recently past, I have delivered unto you a humble supplication on behalf of my dear housewife, in which I pled for the discharge of my dear wife. To me was issued at that time a dismissing reply, stating that in this instance my entreaty and request had no standing. I hope and believe and hold it for a certainty that all such things of which they accuse my wife, not one time in her life has she had the merest thought, much less has she said or done any such thing, even in the smallest degree.

Hence I testify according to my conscience along with many good honest people, that as much as I and others could observe, she has been at all times God-fearing, diligent, respectable, domestic, and pious; and always and every time she has been an opponent and enemy of Evil. She has her life-long honestly kept me as her loving spouse, whereby I, for my part, have been satisfied.

Concerning her dear children, likewise, as is appropriate and proper for a true housemother, by my side and with me truly and diligently, she taught and instructed them, not only their catechism, but also the Holy Bible, and especially the dear Psalms of David. Also, God be praised and without boasting on my behalf, I have not a child who with God's blessing had been conceived with her who does not know by heart and can explain the Psalms of David.

In addition, no one can reasonably maintain, that she has even once done harm to a body or otherwise, or that ever a suspicion has landed on her, as those who daily worked in the Counting House and had official business to do can provide evidence and not only those people, but also clergy and foreigners inclusive!

Thus, myself and my dear children, of which I God be always praised have six in number, meekly and humbly plead and, for the sake of God and the Last Judgment in which Jesus Christ the righteous judge shall appear, officially petition that your respectable and considerate Wisdoms, as our legal superior, herewith may have and bear a merciful consideration regarding our dear mother and let her once more be delivered to us.

Or, if they want to put her to the test,3 nevertheless they should proceed with the matter so that it should not be exercised too strictly and too harshly, and that confrontation and opposition do not celebrate her despair.

The authorities tortured her on July 29 with thumbscrew, then with Spanish Boots. Tortured the next day on the strappado, she confessed to the following: Three years earlier she agreed to be the lover of a man in black of courteous and noble bearing, yet who had paws for feet. For him she signed with black ink a document renouncing God.

The Evil One gave her grey powder and a yellow liquid with which to kill people.

She murdered her servant Old Anna and a visitor, Katherina von Neher, by stroking their skin with the powder. She named others who had joined her in the company of the Evil One.

After torture, Rebecca again wrote to her husband: O you, my most chosen treasure, should I be torn from you so innocent? May such be ever and always held against God.

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They force one, that one must confess. They have martyred me. I am as innocent as God in heaven. If I only knew the least bit of such matters, then I would deserve that God refuse me entrance into heaven.

O you, beloved treasure, what is happening to my heart? Alas, alas, my poor orphans.


Father, send me something so that I may die. I must otherwise despair as a martyr. If you cannot do it today, do it tomorrow.

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Write to me within the hour. R[ebecca] L[emp] Inside the letter was wrapped a ring and a rosary; Rebecca added a note: Carry the small ring in my memory. Divide the rosary into 6 parts and let each child carry a part around their wrist all their life long.

O treasure, your innocent Magelona,4 they take me from you with force.

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How can God suffer it? If I am a monster, then may God not be gracious toward me. Then such injustice upon injustice should deservedly happen to me. Why will God not hear me?I knew the Elements.

I did not live life in drab colours or shabby hues. A Mercy.

I was standing on the dais. I think it proves how. Perhaps Jackie was meant to be my familiar.

Morrison paints a dark and powerful portrait of the dehumanizing effects of slavery in this novel. I have taken the reader into the intoxicati ng beauty of Wiccan ways.

For red was the colour of marriage.

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