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Natural magick is the art of bringing about marvellous effects inherent in seemingly ordinary herbs,
stones, animals, and other natural substances.

The following glossary gives only a few of the elements of natural magick

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A common ingredient in Voodoo magic. American Indians freguently used feathers and down, often colored red, in ceremonies.


A yellow-flowered plant with seeds that are used in charms and recipes to keep away evil spirits. The juice of the fennel taken directly in the mouth is a cure for falling sickness. Drink water in which its seeds were boiled to take away hiccoughs. "Both leaves, seeds, and roots thereof are much used in drink or broth to make people more spare and lean that are too fat. "Leaves or people more spare and lean that are to fat." Leaves or seeds boiled in barley water and drunk increase a mother's milk.


There are two varieties of fern, male and female. The female is higher, with fewer leaves than the male. The seed of the male fern is used in love potions. The seed of the female fern can be worn to make on invisible. It should be gathered on Midsummer's Eve between eleven and twelve noon.


Used in love potions. A woman may charm a man she desires by giving him figs. Apply them to a swelling to cure it.


May be used to make a magic wand.


Magic ceremonies are always performed with fire since it drives off demons and evil spirits, or at least keeps them a safe distance away. Even in ceremonies of black magic, the fire helps the magician to keep the spirits under his control.


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