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The magic ointment

Eric Quayle

The magic ointment

and other Cornish legends

by Eric Quayle

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Macmillan Children"s .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementEric Quayle, Michael Foreman.
ContributionsForeman, Michael, 1938-
The Physical Object
Pagination106p.
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22565852M
ISBN 100333480821
OCLC/WorldCa59103298

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Eric Quayle. An exploration of the historical origins of the “witches’ ointment” and medieval hallucinogenic drug practices based on the earliest sources • Details how early modern theologians demonized psychedelic folk magic into “witches’ ointments” • Shares dozens of psychoactive formulas and recipes gleaned from rare manuscripts from university collections all over the world as w/5.

He also examines the various forms of sorcery such as poison magic and ecstatic trance, and explores the connections between the ointments and spells for shape shifting, spirit travel and bewitching magic. ”, New Dawn, Robert Black, December This book is fascinating and reads like a well-written s: The Secret History of Psychedelic Magic.

Author: Thomas Hatsis; Publisher: Simon and Schuster ISBN: Category: Body, Mind & Spirit Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» An exploration of the historical origins of the “witches’ ointment” and medieval hallucinogenic drug practices based on the earliest sources • Details how early modern theologians demonized psychedelic folk.

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The Career Press, Inc., 3 Tice Road, PO BoxFranklin Lakes, NJ In magic, ointments have been used to effect cures or Bewitchment through sympathetic magic. For example, rubbing an ointment on an object owned by a person will have an effect on that person.

Magical ointments have many purposes, such as inducing love, causing fear, and causing misfortune, illness, and death. The Witches' Ointment by Thomas Hatsis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.

or poison magic. This collection of magical arts used poisons, herbs, and rituals to bewitch, heal, prophesy, infect, and murder. Exploring the untold history of the witches’ ointment and medieval hallucinogen use, Hatsis reveals how the Church transformed folk drug practices, specifically entheogenic ones, into satanic experiences.

THOMAS HATSIS is a historian of witchcraft, magic, Western religions, contemporary psychedelia, entheogens, and medieval pharmacopeia. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: unnumbered pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Responsibility: Eric Quayle, Michael Foreman. The Witches' Ointment: The Secret History of Psychedelic Magic - Kindle edition by Hatsis, Thomas.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Witches' Ointment: The Secret History of Psychedelic Magic/5(35).

The ointment is known by a wide variety of names, including witches’ flying ointment, green ointment, magic salve, or lycanthropic German it was Hexensalbe (witch salve) or Flugsalbe (flying salve).

In Holland, vliegzalf (flying salve) or heksenzalf (witches’ ointment). Read an Excerpt. Introduction A woman, alone at night, pulls a small ointment jar from a chest hidden beneath her bed.

Opening the container, she scoops a handful of the foul-smelling goop—the witches’ ointment (lamiarum unguentum)— into her turns to an ordinary broom in the corner, the kind her neighbors foolishly believe has no further use than sweeping or maybe killing Brand: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company.

Introduction A woman, alone at night, pulls a small ointment jar from a chest hidden beneath her bed. Opening the container, she scoops a handful of the foul-smelling goop--the witches’ ointment (lamiarum unguentum)-- into her turns to an ordinary broom in the corner, the kind her neighbors foolishly believe has no further use than sweeping or maybe killing a mouse; at present, this.

The magic by Rhonda Byrne can be summed up in two words "Be Grateful". This book is all about gratitude, Byrne gives us a magical way to change our lives through her different experiences and examples in 28 days.

After reading this book I've to admit that I'm not living but I'm surviving because still I dont know what life is/5(). On balance, given the number of times the fairies blind the hapless humans, the moral of the story of the Fairy Midwife and the Magic Ointment seems to be that if you ever meet a fairy yourself, and if he/she ever gives you some ointment, follow the instructions to the letter and be very careful what you do with it.

Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: The author retells 12 traditional Cornish myths and legends, based on Robert Hunt's "Popular Romances of the West of England" and has added tales told to him by old folk of remote villages in West Penwith.

Fairy Ointment or "The Fairy Nurse" is an English fairy tale collected by Joseph Jacobs in his English Fairy has been told in many variants. Andrew Lang included one in The Lilac Fairy Book. The ointment itself, as a substance allowing a human to see fairies, occasionally appears in fantasy literature.

Folk-tales about such an ointment are found in Scandinavia, France and the British.Select Page. Home / Books / Plant Magic / The Witches’ Ointment. The Witches’ Ointment. CAD $ “The Witches’ Ointment.Eric Stanley Quayle (–) was a noted British bibliophile, collector, historian and author.

Over his lifetime he built up a substantial collection of books (16, volumes at the time of his death) and literary ephemera amongst which were materials by and about R. M. Ballantyne, the Victorian adventure story 's own work was mainly related to the themes of collecting books.