Glitter and Grave Dust: Halloween Past and Present
A booklet accompanying the Museum’s ‘Glitter and Grave Dust’ Halloween Exhibition.
The Museum of Witchcraft & Magic guide book.
Contains extended, accessible information about the galleries, plus some objects in focus.
The British Book of Spells and Charms (Paperback Edition)
The British Book of Spells and Charms, by Graham King
Spells and Charms Booklet
A booklet of written charms from the Museum’s displays.
Dew of Heaven: Objects of Ritual Magic
A guide to the Museum’s special exhibition for 2018.
CD – Chanting and Chanting II
A two disc set of chants performed specially for the Museum.
Bees in a Bag
A traditional charm for your house.
Double sided Bookmark
A bookmark based on two signs from the early days of the Museum.
Museum of Witchcraft Incense
A jar of incense specially blended for the museum.
Talisman Car Sticker
A car sticker featuring a talisman traditionally used for protection.
Pewter Twig Pentacle small
The Black Toad
West Country Witchcraft and Magic by Gemma Gary
Wheel of the Year Window Sticker
A colourful stained glass style sticker.
Wheel of the Year Poster
A colourful poster depicting the seasonal festivals.
This poster is approximately 42cm high by 30cm wide and is packaged in a strong cardboard tube.
Spell Book of the Good Witch of Pendle
Reliable Magic for success in all Cicumstances
Many people who practised magic compiled their own notebooks of spells and charms. Although no book of magic associated with the Pendle witches has survived, this is an imagining of what a book written by Jennet Device might have been like.
The spells are based on authentic records, but are of course for entertainment only, as a reflection of our ancestors’ traditional beliefs. For more information about their sources and the history of folk magic, see my book ‘Wicked Enchantments: A History of the Pendle Witches and their Magic’ (Palatine Books, 2010)