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Account Options Sign in. Gypsy Sorcery tellinb Fortune Telling: Fisher Unwin- Fortune-telling – pages. Selected pages Page Common terms and phrases Algonkin allied amulet ancient Andral animal believe blood burn called ceremonies charm child chiromancy cure curious declared Denham Tract devil devla disease divination dreams earth English gypsy evil spirits exorcism fairies faith Faust fetish Folk-lore fortune-telling garlic German girl glandula gooroo gypsy woman hair Hindoo horse Hungarian Hungarian gypsies incantations Indian kathe kind kiya Krauss kukaya lady legend live luck magic marvellous means Misec moon mysterious mythology natural never night Nivashi Norsemen observed occult once origin peasant person priests probably punra regarded religion remarkable rhyme Romany Roumanian Saint Saint George Saint George’s Day Shamanism shell shoes Slavonian snail song sorcery spells strange superstition supposed symbol sorcety thing thou toad told Transylvania tree Tuscany tute Vila Voglio waking witchcraft witches Wlislocki women chharles word yakha.


Popular passages Page – In being’s floods, in action’s storm, I walk and work, above, beneath, Work and weave in endless motion!

Birth and death, An infinite ocean; A seizing and giving The fire of the living: Among other Roumanian-Romany traditions are the following: So in England we hear that: Page – Snail, snail, come out of your hole, Or else I’ll beat you as black as a coal Page – I went to the toad breeds under the wall, I charmed him out, and he came at my call; I scratched out the eyes of the owl before, I tore the bat’s wing: The late Mr Ritson found an illustration of this dirge in a MS.

It was kindly communicated to the Editor by Mr Frank, Mr Page – In the sun’s palace porch ; where, when unyoked, His chariot wheel stands midway in the wave.

Page 64 – I came down from the Mount of Olives, saw the Archangel Gabriel as he met the Avestitza wing of Satan, and seized her by the hair and asked her where she was going. And she answered that she was going to cheat the Holy Virgin by her tricks, steal the new-born child and drink its blood.


But whosoever knew her twelve 19 and a half names and wrote them Page – Hickory, dickory, dock, The mouse ran up the clock.

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The clock struck one, And down he run, Hickory, dickory, dock. Page 75 – Day in the roof of a house,’ says Reginald Scot in’preserveth the same from all hurts.

In North Germany, if you have a desire to see the ladies of the broomstick on May Day, their festival Cuthbert Bede mentions the case of a farmer’s wife in Rutland who received a setting of ducks’ eggs from a neighbour at zorcery o’clock at night. Fisher Unwin- Fortune-telling – pages 1 Review https: