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Envoutement


Envoutement is a term for the practice of sympathetic magic. The magician, usually with evil intensions, performs acts upon a representation of a person, generally an image, to influence the actions or destiny of that person. A prime example of envoutement is burning someone in effigy. A.G.H.


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