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Lapwing, Dog and Roebuck: The 1734 Witchcraft Phenomenon

Discussing the 1734 system of witchcraft, developed by Joseph Bearwalker Wilson.

The 1734 system of witchcraft was developed by Joseph Bearwalker Wilson from sources including the now famous “Robert Cochrane Letters”, the correspondence between Wilson and Cochrane (Roy Bowers). It has remained largely unknown in Britain, but has been very influential in the United States, although it has frequently been misrepresented.

Stuart Inman, who studied with Joseph Wilson for seven years, will be discussing both aspects of the history of 1734 and its approach to the Mysteries.


Stuart Inman | talks


Date and Time:

8 February 2007 at 7:15 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



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