OTHER WORDS FROM lycanthropyly·can·throp·ic [lahy-kuhn-throp-ik], /ˌlaɪ kənˈθrɒp ɪk/, adjective
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IT seems that there is a disposition in certain minds to associate lycanthropy with the doctrine of the transmigration of souls.
Lycanthropy is a change of condition relative to a property, entirely independent of evolution.
This property of lycanthropy, or metamorphosing into a beast, probably dates back to man's creation.
Lycanthropy confines itself to the metamorphosis of physical man to animal form only during man's physical lifetime.
Amongst the Vaudois lycanthropy was also widely prevalent, and many of these werwolves were brought to trial and executed.