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    Default Did N women had bigger chances to be burned as witches ?

    I am not 100% were to place this thread.

    Large number of women are burned as withces in the past. But it look to me that N woman had bigger chances to end up like this then S women.


    For exmaple it makes sense that ESTJ knight is scared to some degree of a INTP or INFP "witch" since they have "powers".
    There is alot of combinations so I will not name them.

    Since there was no real scientific methods at the time no one could explain the differences.


    Any opinions about this?

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    N and T would probably both contribute to a woman not fitting well into society in those times, and therefore being judged as "evil". Both go somewhat against the grain of what is/as expected.

    Can't really speculate more than that.
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    LOL. Yes, probably. Even today, empathy, 'telepathy' and telling the future are still associated with modern witchcraft, which are skills more often associated with N's.

    On the other hand, accusations often happened because of jealousy amongst women or powerful men feeling threatened by the woman they were accusing (for instance, coz she refused him, or because he's was a doctor and as an herbalist she was his direct competition), so I dunno how that would fit in...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I am not 100% were to place this thread.
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    I was expecting bigger boobs, and I'm like if that's true I want to live in the past. but probably, i don't know. of course i didn't read the whole title just Did N women had bigger.....
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Id have to no, not necessarily. Then again, witch burnings were considerably rare.

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    I will resurrect this one.

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    It's possible.

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    I just finished a book 2 days ago: The Witch's Trinity (A Novel) by Erika Mailman. The author was inspired when she discovered an ancestor of her was tried for witchcraft twice. That said, I suspect both women in the book that were burned as witches were NF.
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    It would be difficult to find out... First I'd have to make a time machine. Anyone up for that? I'd help if you knew what you were doing.

    As for the OP I'd say it makes sense for people to get scared by N people that opened their mouths too often before they knew why it was.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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