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Bitchy Witchy

Bitchy Witchy


Happy Halloween!

During the witch hunts in Europe each country had their own witch lore.

In Norway and Sweden they were what you would expect. Women who did magic and could fly using anything from broomsticks to their husbands.

In Denmark however witches weren't believed to have the power to fly. Their favorite transportation was a horse at night.

And in Iceland and Finland performing magic was seen as a male thing, so Christians had a hard time convincing the natives witches were women. Instead men got burned and only one or two women were killed.


30th October 2013

Tagged in Denmark Norway Finland Sweden Iceland Sister Sweden

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231 Comments:
 
16 days ago #9383659        

Finland and Iceland believed in equal rights for men :-)



1 month ago #9371520        

@The_Frenchy_Girl
SHE SHIPS IT! D:



3 months ago #9350826        

Sister Norway and her fish :3 damn cute



4 months ago #9345605        

Awwwwwwwwwwwwww Iceland's demon! It's soooooooo cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuute! Can I hug it? *hugs demon anyway because cuteness*


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4 months ago #9344369        

@Snowman Or because sister Sweden most likely isn't wearing anything under that skirt.



4 months ago #9340808        

you lucky git Finland...



Mecharic

21 M
5 months ago #9328320        

Those pesky demons are good for something at least tehe



Snowman

15 F
6 months ago #9322957        

Finland is blushing... Maeby beucase he is the only guy who has a broom.... xD



6 months ago #9314666        

All ways same hat :D



6 months ago #9310965        

@Aramati Celty is a Dullahan, from Ireland, it's rather extensively explained in the show.



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