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English magic: how folklore haunts the British landscape

English magic: how folklore haunts the British landscape

The Kelpie is a supernatural shape-shifting water horse from Celtic folklore that is believed to haunt the rivers and lochs of Scotland and Ireland.

The Kelpie is a supernatural shape-shifting water horse from Celtic folklore that is believed to haunt the rivers and lochs of Scotland and Ireland.

By Baba Phoenix of AshLand A Molfar (мольфа́р) is a Carpathian Shaman in the indigenous traditions of the Hutsul (Ukrainia) culture. Called “witch” in certain eras, these Shamans have magical gifts...

Carpathian Shaman – Ukraine Mofarka, Molfar; Polish Szeptuchami & Whisperer; Belarus Whisperers and Hungarian Lidercz, Táltos

By Baba Phoenix of AshLand A Molfar (мольфа́р) is a Carpathian Shaman in the indigenous traditions of the Hutsul (Ukrainia) culture. Called “witch” in certain eras, these Shamans have magical gifts...

Photo by Henry Bourne from "Arcadia Britannica", an affectionate book of portraits of British folklore enthusiasts dressed in their finery. The book's introduction is written by Simon Costin, Director of the Museum of British Folklore

Photo by Henry Bourne from "Arcadia Britannica", an affectionate book of portraits of British folklore enthusiasts dressed in their finery. The book's introduction is written by Simon Costin, Director of the Museum of British Folklore

10 Folk Magic Traditions Of The Early Modern Era

10 Folk Magic Traditions Of The Early Modern Era

Baba Yaga by Rima Staines

Baba Yaga - A4 print on cream card

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