Monthly Archives: November 2011

A few quotes…

‘…when men say that there are strange things in the world, they little know the awe and terror that dwell always with them and about them.’ ‘sorcery and sanctity, these are the only realities.’ ‘Magic is justified of her children.’ … Continue reading

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a vision of albion

to quote mr. page and plant: ‘years ago, in days of old, when magic filled the air…’ Thousands of years ago there was a group of islands, in future they would be known as alba, albion, england, scotland, wales, great … Continue reading

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Last night in the Smoke

Went along the Thames at low tide and got in the muck while running a recording device(audio) after first walking through and widdershins around waterloo station, with obsidian mirror and scrying ball in front of mics. Took mirror and scrying … Continue reading

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I am increasingly inclined…

I am increasingly inclined to believe that certain of our dead are translated into the realm of the ffayre-ffolke. Especially magical practitioners and those who die ‘before their time’. I believe what has been termed ‘magic’ is an ability to … Continue reading

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Recommended Titles

Emma Wilby- ‘Cunning Folk and Familiar Spirits’ Sussex Academic Press Emma Wilby- ‘Visions of Isobel Gowdie’ Sussex Academic Press Alaric Hall- ‘Elves in Anglo-Saxon England’

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description of beings seen in the Smoke(old name for London)

Camden town tube station-high street exit(near where gibbet and the dead men used to hang). 4′-9″ – 5′ tall(same height as my mother and grandmother, so familiar with judging that height). Female in appearance, dressed in dark(black/brown clothing) could pass … Continue reading

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Second encounter in the Smoke

Just experienced second occurrence in Waterloo station, of all places. I found out it used to be a marsh and pleasure garden, frequented by thieves and pickpockets(the garden, not the marsh), before it was a train station. Also the marsh … Continue reading

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