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It is not forbidden to say, "There is Witchcraft in the land", for the Christians say so themselves
and have made it heresy not to believe so; but always say, "I know nothing of it here, though it may be elsewhere." If any person speaks about the Craft outside of the Circle, say,
"Do not speak of such things -- it frightens me. It is bad luck to talk about such things." Say this for this reason: the Christians have their spies everywhere. These spies have been
known to talk as if they were drawn to the Craft and as if they would want to come to our meetings, and they say such things as, "My fathers and forefathers worshipped the Old Ones, and my mother; I
would like to worship in this way myself." To all of these, tell them that you do not know what they are talking about, and that you wish they would stop. But to others, say,
"It is silly to talk about Witches flying around in the air; they would have to be lighter than feathers or thistle-down. Besides, everyone knows that Witches are all bleary-eyed old hags;
what fun could they possibly have at their meetings, and why should I want to participate? And besides, you know we were taught in school that there are no such things as Witches."
Always make fun of the subject, that we may worship in peace when the persecution ends: let us all work for that happy time. May the blessing of the God and the Goddess be upon all who keep this law.

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Fevers Causes and Symptom for all Types of Fever
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The term Fever is applied to a condition of the body where the temperature has gone above the normal, the human body has a normal core temperature of 37.0 degrees centigrade or 98.6 degrees fahrenheit. Any variation in this core figure implies that something is amiss. A rise in temperature indicates that something is wrong with the body. Fevers which last less than a week are caused by common infections. Those which take longer to get all right are more serious in nature and need medical attention.

Typhoid Fever - Defination, causes, symptom & Treatment of Typhoid Fever

Typhoid fever is an acute systemic disease caused by salmonella typhi. It is a condition in which there is a typical course of temperature, with marked abdominal symptoms consisting of ulceration of the bowels. The fever is of uncertain duration and liable to frequent relapses.

Rheumatic Fever - Defination, causes, symptom & Treatment of Rheumatic Fever

Rheumatic Fever is a serious disorder. Rheumatic fever of inflammatory rheumatism is a very serious chronic disease. It mainly affects children and adolescents. It is thought to be an allergic condition which affects the joints, heart and nervous system.

Influenza Fever - Defination, causes, symptom & Treatment of Influenza Fever

Influenza, also known as flu, is the clinical condition that results from infection by influenza viruses.The main effects of the influenza viruses are on the upper respiratory tract, the nose and throat, with possible spread and involvement of the lungs.

Measles - Defination, causes, symptom & Treatment of Measles

Measles is an acute febrile eruption. Measles begins with a slight feverishness, cold in the head, running of the eyes, and dry cough. It is a highly infectious disease and is very common among children. It is so common at this stage of life that nearly all children everywhere in the world go through this brief period of red spots. The disease appears in epidemics, often in the winter season, involving many children in the society .

Meningitis - Defination, causes, symptom & Treatment of Meningitis

Meningitis usually follows an attack of otitis media (middle ear disease), or mastoiditis (infection of bone projecting behind the ear), or brain abscesses or even tonsillitis. Any skull fracture or penetrating head injury may also result in meningitis. Some times, tuberculosis may spread to the brain and cause the disease. In case of epidemic meningitis, the germs are apparently spread by persons who have a mild sore throat or cold.