Mountain Magick: Folk Wisdom from the Heart of Appalachia

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The Appalachian Mountain range is more than 2,400 miles long, stretching from Quebec to Alabama. Now, the rich folklore of southern Appalachia, with all of its unique magicks, is revealed in "Mountain Magick" (previously titled In a Graveyard at Midnight) by Edain McCoy. As a descendent of the famous feuding McCoy family (of the Kentucky-based Hatfield-McCoy rivalry), she is the ideal person to share the folk wisdom of these people. The Appalachian folk used omens, portents, curses, cures, and protections. "Mountain Magick ...

Mountain Magick: Folk Wisdom from the Heart of Appalachia 1997, Llewellyn Publications, Saint Paul, MN

ISBN-13: 9781567186710

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