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Traditionally, witches' curses tend to cause bad dreams. This is a traditional prevention and cure.
Almost any pebbled beach. Flint pebbles are best. For this Instructable, I chose Bognor Regis' beach, but any well-pebbled beach you have handy will do.
First, wander up and down the beach. You are looking for stones with holes in. They must go right the way through the stone. If you have help, ...
Select one stone, either a small stone with a large hole, or a stone with the hole to one side. Tie the string to the stone. Thread the ...
To prevent the bad dreams, the curse must be physically blocked. Hang your string of stones in the window of your bedroom. Traditionally, this is best done on ...
In the East of England, stones with naturally-occurring holes are called hagstones (a âhagâ being a witch). The holes are meant to deflect the dream-causing curse.
You donât have to use string. If the stones are going to be outside, say on a window frame or gatepost, you can thread them onto a length ...
Flint is a particular kind of stone known as an evaporite. It is a little-known fact that almost anything will dissolve in water, even silicates (chemicals similar to ...
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