Saturday, January 7, 2017

A Fish In Your Pussy And Foot Track Magic

I came across this article concerning "pagan" customs. It is referencing Burchard of Worms (d.1025) and his work called "The Corrector", where he admonished mostly German women for carrying out demonic pagan customs. One of the more humorous ones listed is women who put live fish in their pussies and then when they die they clean and cook them and serve them to their husbands or lovers to increase their sexual desire. Not only is this hilarious but it actually makes perfect sense from a symbolic angle. Let's face it, when a woman is not at her freshest there is a considerable fishy smell. Not singling women out because back then I'm sure everyone stank as personal hygiene wasn't at the top of the list of daily activities for most people. Even today there are people who stink to high heaven.

Now, there have been studies done that show that most women find male B.O. to be disgusting...except when they are ovulating. When ovulating something happens, no doubt caused by hormonal changes, that makes women more tolerant of male B.O. The same applies for women as well. I have read about studies done where men who were not horny who found the fishy smell of a vagina to be off-putting but men who were sexually turned on did not mind the smell. Also, a woman's scent also changes when she is ovulating and studies have shown that men find the smell of a vagina when a woman is ovulating to be more pleasant or more attractive than when a woman is not ovulating. So Nature uses our body smells as a way to both repel and attract the sexes based upon fertility and likelihood of conception. The use of a fish in a vagina would act to increase the fishy smell and "double the power" in attracting sexual attention from men. If a modern woman where to try this trick today then I might recommend doing so during menstruation as the addition of menstrual blood would increase the power even further.

The article also touches on foot track magic, mainly admonishes women who gather footprint dirt to use in dark works against "Christians". This is not the only reference I've come across involving Europeans using foot track magic. So this does make me question if foot track magic is strictly African in origin, as has been claimed by certain people. I've also encountered passages referencing tricks that have been laid down for victims to step in as well. It seems there is still room for debate on where these beliefs originated. If you would like to read the article then click on the link below.

http://www.medievalists.net/2015/01/medieval-black-magic/?utm_content=buffer8349a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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