Black Cats, Hoot Owls, and Water Witches

Black Cats, Hoot Owls, and Water Witches

Beliefs, Superstitions, and Sayings From Texas

Book - 1989
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Texas A & M Univ
Everyone worth his salt knows that a snappin’ turtle won’t let go until it thunders, but did you know that more than thirteen blackbirds on a fence with their tails to the north is a sure sign of a coming blue norther? Or that you should eat every grain of rice in your bowl or you will have a spouse who has chicken pox marks? Think of the needless human suffering the world has endured simply because no one bothered to collect the combined wisdom of the folk and to make it available for quick reference!

Thanks to Kenneth W. Davis and Everett A. Gillis, those dark days are now at an end. Whether you need advice on the moon and stars; weather; water witching; planting and growing; worms, frogs, roosters, crickets and other critters; clothing; or love, marriage, home and family, it’s all here in this handy little compendium.

Publisher: Denton, Tex. : University of North Texas Press, c1989
ISBN: 9780929398068
Branch Call Number: TEX 398.09764 DAV
Characteristics: 101 p. : ill. ; 23 cm


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