Defences Against the Witches’ Craft. By John Canard.

$16.00

Anti-cursing Charms from English Folk Magick, Traditional Witchcraft and the Grimoire Traditions.

For centuries, curses, hexes and the ‘evil eye’ were seen as part of daily life in rural England, resulting in a rich heritage of folklore & apotropaic magickal practices. Such charms as Witch Bottles, Witch Balls, Hagstones, Horseshoes and Brasses, Magick Squares, Abracadabra, Rowan and Red Thread, Flint Arrowheads and Pebble Charms were often made from readily available natural materials. They seemed simple, yet when constructed properly and empowered with secret rhymes and other mysterious enchantments, were both very popular and considered to be very effective.

120 Pages.

Measures approx. 5″ x 8″

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