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Types of Folk Magic

Postby Middleagedseeker » Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:42 pm

Greetings! I have been curious about hoodoo and been reading up on it lately. I'm wondering what other types of folk magic there are? I know about Pennsylvania Dutch Pow Wow and Granny Magic, but are there others?
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Re: Types of Folk Magic

Postby SpiritTalker » Tue Jul 11, 2017 10:34 pm

Most semi isolated regions develop some form of folk magic unique to their area, that grow from roots in shamanism. I recently read a piece on Icelandic magic. Local folk history societies web sites are sources of info. Cornish is wildly popular amongst pagan writers. Also densely populated areas like New York City, Detroit, & Mexico City have brujaria urban sub cultures openly practicing folk magic. Botanica shops are becoming more visible where Yoruban and Condoble religions are active. there's been a lot of immigration in the past 20 or so years that adds flavor.
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