Wolf Teeth, Cradle Knives, and Other Early Modern Sleep Superstitions — WebInvestigatorKK

‘Book of Black Magic’ (late 1500s, England) (courtesy Chetham’s Library). The ‘Book of Black Magic’ records spells that allow the magician to converse with spirits, find treasures, and summon the “Queen of the Pharies.” This book was sometimes circulated under the name of Roger Bacon, the famous English philospher. by Allison Meier Sleep for early […]

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