The New World illustrated the Salem Witch Trials throughout history. The town of Salem was located in Massachusetts in 1692. During that year, eight girls began acting unusual around their family and community. Leading Puritans to believe that there were forces or good and evil among them. Afterwards, two- hundred people accused of witchcraft; and only twenty executed, that was fifteen women and five men committed of being a witch.
Puritan Religion caused the Trails in 1692, for example, Puritans were Protestants living in England had discounted with the Church of England and politics. Puritans believed that individuals could communicate with God on daily basis and believed in the devil strongly. The Puritans came from England to the New World to reform their religion of the Church by reforming with colonies; therefore, Salem was the first colony to settle in 1692. The town of Salem was not the first to accused people of witchcraft; in the 10th century, the Roman Catholic Church had the belief that witchcraft was real; and witchcraft became common over the centuries. There are the alternative theories that could have been the cause for the people accused of witchcraft in Salem, for example, ergot posing, wicca, witches, and religion, these are some theories that people believe that may have happen during the Trails. Salem has been a mystery throughout centuries with the issue of witchcraft.
What are Wicca and witches?
Wicca is the practice of nature worship. However, Wicca is not witchcraft they are different. The witches are the practitioners. The Wicca recognizes religion that based on pre-Christian traditions of the northern and western Europe. It started in the late 1950 after the Salem Witch Trails understood the meaning of Wicca. There a community, that distributes common beliefs and practices; also believe in the Goddess of nature, which hold polytheistic and pantheistic views. Polytheistic and pantheistic are rituals that have been around...