- folk magic. n. The practice of using charms, spells, or rituals to attempt to control natural or chance events or to influence the behavior or emotions of others.
- Two cases of folk magic in Congresbury General Editor: Vince Russett
- Congresbury (and Yatton) parishes have a rich history of folk magic and folklore. The folklore surrounding the hill fort of Cadbury is a case in point.
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- "The World Symbolism in the South Slavs' Folk Magic".
- Folk Magic and Protestant Christianity in Appalachia by John. Richards . .
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- In Doc Martin and the Legend of the Cloutie, he resorts to camouflage, subterfuge, and folk magic to get what he wants: a secluded house in the country away from his nosy neighbors in town.
- Folk religion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- For religions sometimes described as "folk religions" or "ethnic religions", see Ethnic religion.
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- Witchcraft is more than a religion, it is truly a spiritual way of life.
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