- By Tom Johnson

The Graveyard Wanderers: The Wise Ones and the Dead in Sweden

  • Title: The Graveyard Wanderers: The Wise Ones and the Dead in Sweden
  • Author: Tom Johnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • The Graveyard Wanderers The Wise Ones and the Dead in Sweden The author translated manuscripts books known as Svartkonstbuchs ie black art book which Scandanavfian practitioner s of folk magic were expected to possess This work collects together all those ch

    The author translated 37 manuscripts books known as Svartkonstbuchs ie black art book which Scandanavfian practitioner s of folk magic were expected to possess This work collects together all those charms and rituals dealing with spirits of the dead and human bones, with the addition of some other relevant material What emerges is a remarkably coherent and straightfoThe author translated 37 manuscripts books known as Svartkonstbuchs ie black art book which Scandanavfian practitioner s of folk magic were expected to possess This work collects together all those charms and rituals dealing with spirits of the dead and human bones, with the addition of some other relevant material What emerges is a remarkably coherent and straightforward system that can be simply described.

    1 thought on “The Graveyard Wanderers: The Wise Ones and the Dead in Sweden

    1. A small book with the first 80 pages of spells using the bones or graveyard dust etc of the dead to achieve one's desires. Some I've seen before and know to be real, so I will assume they all are legit. The last 20 pages is a short section with a little explanation and a biography.

    2. This wasn't what I expected at all but still fun to peruse? Read it for witchy book club. I found the author's notes at the end more interesting than the spells.

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