of the Nature of Spirits
An Introductory Difcourfe of the na-
�� ��ture of fuch Spirits as are exercifed in the
fublunary Bounds; their Original, Names.Of-
fices.Mufions, Power, Prophefies, Miracles ; and how
they may be expelled and driven away.
By Ceo. FiBorius ViUinganus Dr. in Phyfick.
In a Difcourfe between
Castor and Pollux.
Castor. f %&4%5i& 0S &Hz Greeks do report,thar fa/Ior & Pol- lux have both proceeded from one egge ; but this I fcarcely credir,by reafon of the difference of your mindes ; for thou affccleft the heavens , but (he meditates upon the earth and flaugh- ters. Pollux. And from thence perhaps was derived that argu- ment, 'That liberty of lying wo* al 'waits afligwd to the Creeks. Caffor. Principally, Pollux,