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Here are the top ten articles for the Folklore and Mythology Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Some Hoodoo Spells
Hoodoo magic!

2. Voodoo and Santerian Pantheons
Gods and Goddesses of Voodoo and Santeria.

3. The Loa, Spirits of Voodoo
An introduction to the most central concept of Voodoo, the Loa.

4. Archangel Uriel
Archangel Uriel, one of the lesser known of the famous four archangels, is the Fire of God and an Angel of Prophecy.

5. Appalachia Folklore 13311

6. Assyrian Gods and Goddesses
Some of the Gods and Goddesses of the Assyrians, (ancient Mesopotamia).

7. Symbols in Fairytales
Part 1 of a brief synopsis of symbols in fairytales

8. Anglo-Saxon Pantheon
Because records of Anglo-Saxon religion are almost nonexistant, it is difficult to assemble a full pantheon. Here are some of the major Gods and Goddesses they are believed to have worshipped.

9. Recipes for A Medieval Christmas Dinner
A way to make Christmas extra-special without spending a lot of extra money. A look at some Medieval Christmas traditions like the Bean King and the Barnacle Goose too. A flair for the fantastic makes the dinner magical, like chicken glazed with egg white and decorated in kaliedescopic colors.

10. The Ribbon Around Her Neck
Do you recall hearing the spooky folk tale about the girl with a ribbon tied around her neck? Why was this ribbon so important that she wore it every day?



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