Witches Folklore

Baba Yaga

Baba Yaga

Baba Yaga is in Russian folklore, a female witch who loved to roast and eat people, preferably children. She was ...
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Berkeley Witch

Berkeley Witch

In English folklore, the Berkeley Witch was a wealthy woman who lived during the time of the Norman Conquest in ...
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Canewdon Witches

Canewdon Witches

Canewdon Witches According to a prophecy by the famous 19th-century cunning man James Murrell, the Essex village of Canewdon, located ...
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Cats

Cats

Cats have been associated with the supernatural since ancient times. Cats are associated with either good or bad luck, healing ...
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Elf Arrows

Elf Arrows

Elf arrows are arrowhead-shaped flints from the Stone Age found in many parts of the British Isles, Europe and northern ...
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Fairy Ring

Fairy Ring

fairy ring A natural mushroom fungus that grows in dark rings on grass and turf. In folklore it is said ...
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Fortress of Dumbarton

Fortress of Dumbarton

Fortress of Dumbarton Legendary fortress at Dumbarton, Scotland, near Glasgow on the Clyde River, created by a band of angry ...
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Horned Women

Horned Women

Horned Women : In Irish legend, 12 horned women, all witches, who take over the household of a rich woman ...
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Lutin

Lutin

A lutin is a French name for a hobgoblin common in French folklore and fairy tales. The lutin is either ...
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Money

Money

In folklore, money that comes from Fairies, witches, sorcerers (see sorcery) and the Devil turns out to be worthless. The ...
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Quirin

Quirin

A Quirin (also quirus) is in folklore, a stone said to have the powers of a truth serum and highly ...
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Redcap

Redcap

Redcap One of the most malignant and vampire-like goblins of the folklore of the border counties between England and Scotland ...
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Salt Lane Witches

Salt Lane Witches

Salt Lane Witches : In English folklore, two white witches who once lived in Castle Street, Worcester, in medieval times ...
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Sea Witches

Sea Witches

sea witches The sailing trade in Britain has been steeped for centuries in folklore, including belief in sea witches, who ...
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Seventh child of a Seventh child

Seventh child of a Seventh child

seventh child of a seventh child In folklore, people who possess magical powers. Seven is the most mystical and magical ...
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Sneezing

Sneezing

sneezing According to a European folk belief, the soul flies out of the mouth whenever a person sneezes. A blessing ...
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Spider

Spider

In folk Magic, a black spider eaten every morning between two slices of buttered bread will endow one with great ...
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Striga

Striga

A Striga (also stria, strix) is a blood-drinking night spirit of classical antiquity, which became known as a witch in ...
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Tempestarii

Tempestarii

The Tempestarii were in medieval lore, witches who specialized in storm raising for the mythical dwellers of a land in ...
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Toad-Witch

Toad-Witch

Toad-Witch A special kind of self-initiated witch in English folklore. Toad-Witches, or Toadsmen and Toadswomen as they are also called, ...
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