Necromancy and the Black Art

Necromancy and the Black Art

No person could practice the Black Art or any necromancy on any person who had in his possession a four-leaf clover.


(source: Wm. Cashen’s Manx Folklore (1912); photo)

Bernadette Weyde

Bernadette Weyde

I'm a web designer, amateur historian and keen gardener and I enjoy bringing Manx history, folklore and poetry to a modern audience.


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