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Question 1: Familiars are also said to inspire artists and writers (see Tutelary spirit, Power Animal and compare ________)[citation needed].
MoiraeGreek mythologyMuseApollo

Question 2: The court system that labeled and tried witches was known as the ________.
Southend-on-SeaChelmsfordEssexThurrock

Question 3: Another Essex trial is that of Hellen Clark tried in 1645, in which Hellen was compelled to state that ________ appeared as a 'familiar' in the form of a dog.
Christian teaching about the DevilDevilSatanGod

Question 4: During the ________, the Royalist general Prince Rupert was in the habit of taking his large poodle dog named Boye, into battle with him.
English ReformationEnglandEnglish peopleEnglish Civil War

Question 5: ________ delves into variations of the familiar found in witchcraft practices.
Margaret MurrayGerald GardnerWitch-cult hypothesisRonald Hutton

Question 6: In his book Hostage to the Devil, ________, exorcist and Catholic polemicist Malachi Martin describes a possession case in which a familiar spirit is involved.
Society of JesusConventual FranciscansDominican OrderCongregation of the Most Holy Redeemer

Question 7: This case is fundamentally political, trying Sampson for high treason, and accusing Sampson for employing witchcraft against ________.
James II of EnglandCharles II of EnglandJames I of EnglandCharles I of England

Question 8: A familiar spirit or familiar (from Middle English familiar, related to family) is an animal-shaped spirit who serves for witchery, a ________, or other magician-related subjects.
Unclean spiritDemonologyDemonChristian demonology

Question 9: divinatory animals, Great Britain and ________
United KingdomFranceCanadaItaly

Question 10: Familiars are most common in western European mythology, with some scholars arguing that familiars are only present in the traditions of Great Britain and ________.
CanadaUnited KingdomFranceItaly







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