It [the book] will be called the “Malleus Lycantropicum”, or “werewolves hammer”, and basically be a whole grimoire of rituals and lore surrounding werewolves.
1. This first illustration shows some myths associated with wolves in general.
2. An illustration from the paragraph on the importance of spells and incantations for the actual ritual.
3. Invocation of an animal spirit on the battlefield.
4. This plate illustrates the technique of transforming by wearing a wolf skin.
5. A plate on the rumored practice of witches to seduce the cursed men and by spells and potions make them obey their orders.
6. A more traditional method of killing a werewolf: beheading and dismembering are a certain way of keeping many creatures dead for a prolongued time.
7. Yet another way of ensuring death of vile werewolves: Burning them to ashes.
8. The final plate of the chapter on exterminating werewolves, from the paragraph treating the fact that a wolf, if not killed properly, will be regurgitated by hell itself to haunt the world anew.
9. On the consequences of burning belt, girdle or cloak.
10. Having overcome his own fearsome nature, St.Christopher, the catholic patron of travellers, seems like a natural choice to call upon when dealing with feral urges.