k. For their rights in their imaginary raising of Storm. see Bod. lib. 2. cap. 8. Remig••s D••∣molat, lib. 1. cap. 25. and cap. 29. also Delrio, lib. 2. Quest. 1. enumerates a great many odd rites (different from the following.) For troubling the Air, and bringing darkness, Thunder, Rain, Hail, &c. see Nider in his Formicarium, cap. 4. O laus de gentibus sepe nrionlibus, lib. 3. sub tituo de ma∣gis et Maleficis Finnorum, also Mallus Maleficarum. Wierus de praest, Daem. lib. 3. cap. 16. describes at large the way of raising a Storm. Speaking of the illusions of the Devil towards Witches, he says, 〈◊〉as instruit ut quando{que} silices post tergum occidentem versus proiciant aliquando ut araenam aquae tor∣rentis in aerem projiciant plerum{que} scopas in aquam in tingant coelum{que} versus spargant vel fossula facta et lotio iufuso vel aqua digitum (others say, digitum vel baculum) comoveant subinde in olla porcorum pilos (or as others say, Setas porcinas) bulliant no••unquam trabes vel ligna in ripa transverse collocant, See Scott. p. 60. he adds the use of rotten Sage.

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