This house had belonged to her family for centuries, and it was filled with old junk. She found two curious books in a box in the attic. When she opened them, she realised that they were books of magic spells, compiled or collected by her ancestors. It seems as though witchcraft ran in her family.
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This house had belonged to her family for centuries, and it was filled with old junk. She found two curious books in a box in the attic. When she opened them, she realised that they were books of magic spells, compiled or collected by her ancestors.
It seems as though witchcraft ran in her family. These books were the real deal, forgotten grimoires of black magic. The Black Books of Elverum is a translation of these two handwritten grimoires. The spells in here seem pretty silly. The ones on how to abort a fetus basically just tell the woman to drink a bunch of poison. Who needs a spell to make themselves horny in an age when viagra and internet porn are so readily available?
Just in case your wifi is down Some of the spells in here are very specific. There are two to be used against a thief who leaves his turd behind him after he has carried out a burglary.
This is really convenient when you want to send the Devil out after the miscreant who shit on your carpet and nicked your telly. The curious are to go to a church on certain nights during the year and to wait near the church bells. Witches are apparently quite fond of gnawing church bells with their teeth, and will take any opportunity to do so.
I had never heard of this before, but when I looked it up, I found a book that claims that this odd belief was also held in parts of Sweden. Witches were supposed to bite off bits of church bells to use in their potions.
Jesus, I hope they had a good dentist. This was a pretty cool book. Share this:.
The black books of Elverum
Cyprianus[ edit ] "Cyprianus" is the name frequently given to the compiler or author of the spells contained in the tradition. A variety of stories are told concerning the identity of this Cyprianus. Saint Cyprian of Antioch was a bishop and martyr in early Christianity. In the Middle Ages, a variety of legends attached to his name, including a tradition that he practiced magic before his conversion, and as such was the author of a magical textbook. In another medieval tradition, Cyprianus was a sorcerer who sought to seduce St. Justina , but was foiled and converted when she made the sign of the cross and he followed suit, freeing himself from the power of the devil.
The Black Books of Elverum
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