The word "witch" conjures up burning at the stake, and the witch hunts of the 1400s through the mid-1800s have, for the most part, been a psychologically unprocessed part of our history. This horrible judgment and death sentence persists today as a continuing death of the self through silence, repression and denial of what we know and what we have to offer the world.
Persecution, hysteria, shame, and abuse of power are all aspects of the hidden psychology of witch hunts, and silence prevents our healing from them. Jaelle Dragomir's research, and more importantly, her intuition, informs the theory that 400 years of witch hunts have affected the psychology of women and men in many aspects of their lives, continuing to keep them silent and afraid to declare their intuitive healing powers.
Additionally, fear of retribution and mass hysteria residing in our cells and passed down from our ancestors has the potential to create illnesses such as breast cancer and Alzheimer's. Discussion includes the ultimate healing of our fears.