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Re: Swedish Folk Magic

Postby Fjäll1291 » Sun Nov 29, 2015 9:04 am

Kassandra wrote:.


Interesting post, Fjall, a healing box. Are you able to get information on the 9 types of trees of which the 9 healing knobs on the outside of the box are made, and also of what substance the charcoals are made (and is each charcoal different, or of the same substance)?

Thanks for sharing this with us.

Cheers.



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I haven't found that information anywhere, but I think it doesn't have to be certain types, just 9 different.
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Re: Swedish Folk Magic

Postby Fjäll1291 » Sun Nov 29, 2015 9:06 am

The witch doesn't neccesarily need to ride on a broom. Pretty much any tool from the home could be used.
Try a fence, goat or your husband!
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Re: Swedish Folk Magic

Postby Kassandra » Sun Dec 06, 2015 10:07 pm

Fjäll1291 wrote:I haven't found that information anywhere, but I think it doesn't have to be certain types, just 9 different.


OK, thanks.



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Re: Swedish Folk Magic

Postby SilverWort » Mon Dec 07, 2015 6:56 am

Fjäll1291 wrote:Some guidelines in Swedish folk magic:
If you read the spell wrong, the magic will strike back on you.


I think it's not for me ... :lol:

Is very interesting, I want to know more. Removing warts is a tradition in every place in the world.
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Re: Swedish Folk Magic

Postby Fjäll1291 » Tue Jan 05, 2016 7:55 am

The Swedish witch's tools in the 1800s:

Breast milk
Spit
Sweat
Earwax
Urine
Placenta

Bones
Graveyard dirt
Corpse water
Funeral candl

Herbs
Salt
Many types of metal
Soil
Fire

Rain water
Midsummer morning dew
Spring water
Baptise water

Church dust
Scrapes of the church wall
Church candles
Holy communion wine
Wedding ring

Inherited silver
Rare things
Stolen things
Murder weapons

(Erased the part about animals)
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