spell, curse, ward off evil (oh my)

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spell, curse


Did you notice that “magic spell” and “spell-ing” have the word “spell” in them? This is no accident. It is right in your face! The hidden intent of spelling is to cast magic spells.

and ever notice that inside the word CURSE is the word CURE - let that sink in...

warding off evil

Weird Witch Bottles, Historic Efforts to Ward Off Evil Spells and Witchcraft

February 6, 2016| (Before It's News)
From Mal Corvus Witchcraft & Folklore artifact private collection owned by Malcolm Lidbury.
Witch bottles (known also as ‘spell bottles’) are apotropaic devices (things believed to have the power to avert evil influences). These objects are believed to protect their owners from the negative effects of witchcraft. The belief in evil and malevolent forces went hand in hand with the efforts to counter these threats. In Early Modern Europe and North America, the centuries old belief in the powers of witchcraft was very real.

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