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An indefatigable researcher, Summers explores the presence of vampires in Greek and Roman lore, in England and Ireland during Anglo-Saxon times, in Hungary, Unlike other writers on the subject, Dr. Summers firmly believed in the concept world of Satanism and described its However, his views on witchcraft and demonology differed considerably from those of Catholi Wyszukiwanie zaawansowane.
Augustus Montague Summers 10 April — 10 August was an English author and self-styled clergyman. He is known primarily for his scholarly work on the English drama of the 17th century, as well as for his idiosyncratic studies on witchcraft , vampires , and werewolves , in all of which he professed to believe. He was responsible for the first English translation, published in , of the 15th-century witch hunter 's manual, the Malleus Maleficarum. Montague Summers was the youngest of the seven children of Augustus William Summers, a rich banker and justice of the peace in Clifton , Bristol. In , he received a fourth-class Bachelor of Arts degree. He then continued his religious training at Lichfield Theological College.
Augustus Montague Summers. Educated at Clifton College and Trinity College, Oxford, where he studied theology, Summers graduated in and proceeded to Lichfield Theological College where he continued his studies. He was ordained a deacon in , but never received higher orders because of his interest in the occult. His first book, Antinous and Other Poems , was published in
Augustus Montague Summers 10 April - 10 August was an eccentric English author and clergyman. He is known primarily for his English translation of the medieval witch hunter's manual, the Malleus Maleficarum , as well as for several studies on witches, vampires, and werewolves, in all of which he professed to believe. Montague Summers was the youngest of the seven children of Augustus William Summers, an affluent banker and justice of the peace in Clifton, Bristol. Summers was educated at Clifton College before studying theology at Trinity College, Oxford with the intention of becoming a curate in the Church of England.
Palgrave Advances in Witchcraft Historiography pp Cite as. In contrast, Montague Summers — , a convert to Catholicism, claimed that genuine satanic cults had existed in previous centuries, and that witches did indeed practise satanic rites. At the time there was widespread interest in occultism, and the modern disciplines of anthropology and psychology were emerging. The very different conclusions reached by Murray and Summers shared the assumption that the language of accusation could be matched to a real phenomenon, rooted in the past, but still affecting the present.
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