The Collector
Published in

The Collector


How Witchcraft Became a Symbol of Women’s Power

It took a giant leap of faith

The Witches in ‘Macbeth’ by Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps (Source)

Throughout the centuries, innocent citizens have been tormented by the insidious women who sauntered around fires at night, whispering poisonous versets under their breaths. They were known as witches




The aim of this publication is to learn from our history and culture in order to understand the dynamics of politics and improve the current state of movements for feminism, racism, and LGBTQ

Recommended from Medium

How Irish skies changed how I painted

How to paint in the dark

Richard Bell is Gangsta

How to see the world like an artist and find beauty in the everyday

Michelle Groskopf

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration

The Mobelux Photo Night

Art is vital

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Elise Bona

Elise Bona

Book lover | History enthusiast | Polyglot mit kein senso de humor.

More from Medium

When Story Matters More than Fact

A Woman Who Refused To Marry The Duke Of Westminster!

Image of Coco Chanel. Credits: Britannica

Choosing Pets Over Parenthood is Selfish? It is According to Pope Francis.

the pope in a crowd of people

Sex and the City of Light