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The rich folklore of southern Appalachia contains some of the most authentic magick still available. The Appalachian folk used omens, portents, curses, cures, and protections to achieve non-material goals. Learn to practice this natural magick before it is lost forever Perfect for those intrigued by Anglo-Celtic magick, folk healers and folklorists, and for anyone with an ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published January 1st 1951 by Llewellyn Publications
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Pretty good book on Appalachian folk magic. It also has quite a bit of omens in it also. I recommend this book to anyone wanting to lean a little bit about magic from the mountains.
I've always loved reading about folklore, folk magic, etc. This was a wonderful compilation of centuries old wisdom :)
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