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Count Magnus (M.R. James). Why do I always think the thing beside him is a dog? It would be a perfect image for Dog in his two principal manifestations. Well who knows, maybe it is.

Count Magnus (M.R. James). Why do I always think the thing beside him is a dog? It would be a perfect image for Dog in his two principal manifestations. Well who knows, maybe it is.

☠ Foxglove ☠ - Protection of home & garden, vision, and immortality. Used to commune with those of the Underworld. Placed in front of the house, Foxglove is believed to protect the occupants from evil influences. Picking Foxglove from the garden and bringing it inside, is believed to anger the Fairies. Placed in a charm or talisman, a piece of Foxglove flower is believed to keep one inside protective Fairy light.  Caution - Can Be Toxic if ingested.

☠ Foxglove ☠ - Protection of home & garden, vision, and immortality. Used to commune with those of the Underworld. Placed in front of the house, Foxglove is believed to protect the occupants from evil influences. Picking Foxglove from the garden and bringing it inside, is believed to anger the Fairies. Placed in a charm or talisman, a piece of Foxglove flower is believed to keep one inside protective Fairy light. Caution - Can Be Toxic if ingested.

German audiobook cover for The Tractate Middoth

German audiobook cover for The Tractate Middoth

The Tractate Middoth  BBC 25 December 2013 A Ghost Story for Christmas.

The Tractate Middoth BBC 25 December 2013 A Ghost Story for Christmas.

“I made a bit of noise on purpose, coughed and moved my feet. He turned round and let me see his face. Though for one reason or another I didn’t take in the lower part of his face, I did see the upper part, and it was perfectly dry and the eyes were very deep-sunk; and over them from the eyebrows to the cheek-bone there were cobwebs.”                                                                        M R James, The Tractate Middoth

“I made a bit of noise on purpose, coughed and moved my feet. He turned round and let me see his face. Though for one reason or another I didn’t take in the lower part of his face, I did see the upper part, and it was perfectly dry and the eyes were very deep-sunk; and over them from the eyebrows to the cheek-bone there were cobwebs.” M R James, The Tractate Middoth

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