"*'The ancient Germans believed that there was something holy in women, and accordingly consulted them as oracles.' - Frazer, Golden Bough"
Sir James George Frazer (1933)
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Sir James George Frazer (1854-1941) was a social anthropologist with a particular interest in the study of comparative religion and mythology.

His most well-known work is The Golden Bough which looked at the similarities in magical and religious belief-systems in different cultures throughout the world.