6 Feb 2020

A Folklore Trio

Gemma Gary. Silent as the Trees: Devonshire Witchcraft, Folklore & Magic. Llewellyn Publications (8 Feb. 2020)

Nigel G Pearson. The Devil's Plantation: East Anglian Lore, Witchcraft & Folk-Magic.  Llewellyn Publications (8 Feb. 2020)

Alex Langstone. From Granite to Sea: The Folklore of Bodmin Moor & East Cornwall. Llewellyn Publications (8 Feb. 2020)

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Gemma Gary. Silent as the Trees: Devonshire Witchcraft, Folklore & Magic. Llewellyn Publications (8 Feb. 2020)

Explore the old witchcraft, magical traditions, and folklore nurtured amidst the ancient lands of South West England. Gemma Gary presents Devonshire's witches and magical folk as well as spirit vision, cure charms, protections and magical defense, and more. Silent as the Trees also includes a black book of Devonshire Magic with an extensive collection of genuine spells, charms, and rites.

Nigel G Pearson. The Devil's Plantation: East Anglian Lore, Witchcraft & Folk-Magic.  Llewellyn Publications (8 Feb. 2020)

Taking its name from the lost "black book" of a famed Cambridgeshire witch, this book guides the reader through the traditional witchcraft of East Anglia, which teems with land wights, mermaids, giants, wort cunning, toad lore, folk magic, and witchcraft. Within these pages, you will discover the secret practices of "the good folk" that have been nurtured in England's "Witch Country."

Alex Langstone. From Granite to Sea: The Folklore of Bodmin Moor & East Cornwall. Llewellyn Publications (8 Feb. 2020)

This book presents the first ever comprehensive focus on the folklore of eastern Cornwall, an ancient land steeped in legend and myth. It is populated by piskies, giants, and conjurors as well as the Devil's Dandy Dogs and the demonic specter of Tregeagle. Alex Langstone's ground-breaking study shares old tales of witches, charmers, supernatural encounters, and curious customs.