4 edition of The mandrake root. found in the catalog.
The mandrake root.
|LC Classifications||PR6052.O9 M3 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 88 l.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||72179853|
The mandrake root is a plant in the nightshade family rich in folklore and history. Its scientific name is Mandragora officinarum, and it grows mainly in countries near the Mediterranean Sea. Mandrake is a perennial with a long stem and short trunk. Melusine Draco’s latest book By Wolfsbane & Mandrake Root: The Shadow World Of Plants And Their Poisons is a great introduction into the world of baneful plants.
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The Mandrake Root - An Anthology of Fantastic Tales [Scott, Jeremy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Mandrake Root - Author: Jeremy Scott. The mandrake grows best in stony wastelands and uncultivated fields and will not survive severe winters.
The most notable segment of the mandrake and the portion associated with fertility and conception is the root. Mandrakes have large brown roots (similar to parsnips) that can run three to four feet into the ground. In the Bible’s Book of Genesis, mandrake root helps Rachel conceive Jacob, and in Greek mythology, Circe and Aphrodite are thought to use it as an : Angelica Calabrese.
A Mandrake, also known as Mandragora, is a magical and sentient plant which has a root that looks like a human (like a baby when the plant is young, but maturing as the plant grows). When matured, its cry can be fatal to any person who hears it. Minister for Magic Venusia Crickerly died infollowing a freak Mandrake-related gardening ative names: Mandragora.
The Mandrake Root. Book Details. Title: The book is set in rural Manitoba and is known as a landmark work in the new field of literary 'realism'.
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(Canadian Encyclopedia, Oxford. The name Mandragora is derived from two Greek words implying 'hurtful to cattle. ' The Arabs call it 'Satan's apple.' DescriptionIt has a large, brown root, somewhat like a parsnip, running 3 or 4 feet deep into the ground, sometimes single and sometimes divided into two or three ately from the crown of the root arise several large, dark-green leaves, which.
The lore of MANDRAKE is an ancient theme in European witchcraft. The man-like root is said to scream when pulled from the earth, and hearing its cries to portend death, wherefore herb harvesters once employed dogs to yank MANDRAKES from the soil. European Mandrake is of the Atropa genus; in the Americas the name has adhered to the Podophyllum genus.
In Hoodoo. A mandrake root can be used as a poppet for sympathetic magic. It can also be carved into various shapes for magical use. The berries, as well as the root, are used in charms to increase fertility.
Carried, it is said to attract love. It is also used in aphrodisiac spells. Mandrake intensifies magick in any situation. By Wolfsbane & Mandrake Root takes the reader through the histories and lore of a number of poisonous plants and then offers some thoughts on possible applications in modern magic or witchcraft.
Brief monographs feature select botanicals with descriptions of identification, an overview of their poisonous qualities, and how they might be useful /5. Directed by Brian Thomas Jones. With Melba Moore, Frankie Faison, Byron Minns, Claudia Silver.
A married woman finds her deceased grandmother's exotic plant in the basement. It's the mythical mandrake root, an ingredient used in black magic to create the perfect lover that unfortunately feeds on human blood.5/10(69).
The mandrake root. book mandrake's curse. After being shown a tasty morsel (far right), a hungry dog is tied to the root of the mandrake. From a safe distance, the hunter throws the food in front of the dog, which lunges forward, uprooting the herb.
The dog dies at sunrise (bottom right) and is buried with secret rites. Cod. Vind. (Medicina Antiqua)Cited by: A mandrake is a short-stemmed, flowering plant in the nightshade family (and therefore related to the potato).
Mandrakes are mentioned in one passage in Genesis and once in Song of Solomon. Mandrakes have unusually large, forked roots that sometimes resemble a human body with open arms and legs. An early reference to mandrake being used as a fertility drug can be found in the Bible in the Book of Genesis () where Rachel tells Leah she can spend the night with her husband in exchange.
The mandrake is one of the most famous plants used in Wiccan practices because of its numerous magical abilities. Mandrake belongs to the Solanee family and is known to have roots that look like human genitals. It has long thick root with dark green leaves, white flowers with a purple hue and its fruit are very similar to an apple.
Other articles where The Mandrake is discussed: Niccolò Machiavelli: The Art of War and other writings: Castracani of Lucca () and The Mandrake (; La Mandragola). The former is a sketch of Castruccio Castracani (–), the Ghibelline ruler of Lucca (a city near Florence), who is presented as the greatest man of postclassical times.
Mandrakes (Heb. dudraim) are mentioned in (Genesis Genesis ) and in Song The mandrake, Atropa mandragora, is closely allied to the well-known deadly nightshade, A. bellndonna, and to the tomato, and belongs to the order Solanaceae, or potato grows in Palestine and Mesopotamia.
(It grows low, like lettuce, which its leaves somewhat resemble. This is the fifth track from Deep Purple's debut album, Shades of Deep Purple ().
Lineup (Mk I) - Rod Evans: lead vocals, Ritchie Blackmore: guitar, Nick. Mandrake root. Collection. Collection of book jackets. Dates / Origin Date Issued: Library locations General Research Division Shelf locator: *IIA+ (New York Public Library.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wakeman, Frederic, Mandrake root. New York, Dial Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction. The mandrake has long had mystical connotations, both because of its narcotic effect and because of the appearance of its root, which is said to resemble a human.
According to folklore, the humanoid root screams when it is pulled from the earth, and the human who hears it will go deaf, become insane, or in more extreme versions of the legend. The mandrake remains dormant for one year, after which time it grows into a thick, tuberous root that is shaped like a young humanoid sprouting a thick, leafy head of hair.
If the root is pulled from the ground, it wails with such piercing fury that most common folk who hear it die instantly. Mandrake root is a perennial herb that was a commonly used ingredient in herbal folklore. Due to its toxicity, though, it is rarely used in modern herbalism.
However, according to George Mason University, some research has indicated the chemical makeup of mandrake root may be beneficial in treating some forms of. Mandrake is an unassuming little root with a formidable reputation. It is considered one of the most mysterious and potent of all magickal herbs.
Mandrake was probably first adopted by magicians because of its psychoactive properties and its occasional resemblance to the human body. It is still used in countless magickal spells and charms. This article will help you sidestep. Fall is here and I felt it was time for another Harry Potter themed video Hope you enjoy.
Things you need: Referens Photos Sculpting tools - what you have at hand, preferable metal and silicone. Mandrake Root A most sought after magical reagent is this man-shaped root. It is one of the most difficult of all reagents to prepare, for in being dug up the tap root of the mandrake plant must not be broken.
Also, that root itself must be properly prepared, boiled and dried. Mandrake root can be found on the Bloody Plains and in a place known as the Fens of the Dead, south of Paws.
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[Erowid Warning: All parts of the Mandrake plant contain hyoscyamine and scopolamine and can easily cause death by respiratory paralysis.] I ordered mandrake root from an online herb and spice store about a month ago due to the fact that I read in a text book that mandrake root had small halucinagetic effects.
The Mandrake is a creature added by kes are summoned by planting, growing, and harvesting Mandrake Seeds, which can be found be smashing tall harvested, a Mandrake will spawn and begin running around.
Mandrakes will not damage players, but will screech when running, which will inflict the Nausea II status effect on Health points: 20 (). A MANDRAKE ROOT. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. Joanna Geyer's father was a Professor of Jurisprudence whose influence on his students had been profound.
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Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Diebold, Janet Oline Hart. Mandrake root. New York: H. Holt, © (OCoLC) FBI Undercover: The True Story of Special Agent Mandrake by Larry Wansley, Carlton Stowers and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Mandrake is a poisonous plant whose humanoid-shaped roots have many magical properties.
The necropolis of Fen Carn is said to have an unusually large "population" of female mandrake plants. A fresh mandrake is considered so toxic that the earth surrounding one is poisoned by the plant and that even breathing in the fumes or sprinkling the fresh juice onto a cut hand can have Type: Alchemical ingredient.
Mandrake, along with the Phantom Magician in Mel Graff's The Adventures of Patsy, is regarded by comics historians as the first superhero of comics, such as comics historian Don Markstein, who writes, "Some people say Mandrake the Magician, who started inwas comics' first superhero.".
Davis worked on the strip until his death inwhen Falk recruited artist Fred Author(s): Lee Falk (–), Fred. The lore and use of the Mandrake root throughout history and around the world.
Illustrated. Sample contents: Mandragora - derivation of the name - description of the plant and its habitat; Mandrake of the Hebrews - the Mandrake of the Bible - Rachel and the mandrakes; Mandrake in Ancient Egypt, Assyria and Persia; Mandrake and the gallows legend; Mandrake in Italy - among/5(4).
The mandrake root (Mandragora officinarum) has long been steeped in the occult and medieval lore. It was often believed to be an evil root because the root sometimes took on the likeness of man. The Harry Potter novels seemingly brought the mandrake root out of obscurity, but it turns out the hunt for the root has never died out.
Mandrake Root is sometimes called the umbrella plant, because of its similar appearance to a closed umbrella when it first appears each spring. The plant itself grows to about a foot in height and then spreads out.
Mandrake Root will produce a fruit, however it is rather unsavory, and not very tasty to consume. Recently, a potion made from ripe mandrake fruits was marketed to newlywed couples. The Jews also used the mandrake root as a talisman against evil spirits.
Even today, the mandrake root is carried as a love and good luck charm in eastern Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries.
Mandrake is not just a symbol or talisman of love and fertility.Using mandrake enhances the effectiveness of the spell. For protection: Place a dried mandrake root on the mantelpiece in your house to prevent demons from entering the house but bring happiness and prosperity to your home.
Also, you can take the mandrake root and place it in a small bag with a stone and bury it under the door of your house.The Greeks also used it as an aphrodisiac, steeping the root in wine or vinegar—mandrake is known as the “love-apple of the ancients,” and is associated with the Greek goddess of love.