Also, Cornish witchcraft, folk magic etc.
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16th c. Mandrake root carved into a man. From the 15th c. many Europeans believed that the external shape of a plant or mineral indicated its effectiveness when used for science, magic, or healing. It is thought that the red coloration of this mandrake was from bathing it in red wine keep the home happy. (KHM Bilddatenbank — KHM Bilddatenbank)
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Magickal Ritual Sacred Tools: Sweeper and "Whisk." Two traditional Cornish Witch tools used to move energies. The goose-feather sweeper may draw in desired energies and remove those that are not, depending on the manner of use. The bramble twig "Witches' Whisk" is purely a tool for the banishing of unhelpful negative influences.