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All these old wives' tales are fully related by Mr. Fairies haunt the ancient monuments of this county, and are supposed to be the lcoal who bring ill-luck on the destroyers of them. The little people were always dressed very smart, and if locl one came near them would scamper away into the hole. Mothers often told their children that if they went under cliffs by night the small people would carry them away into 'Dicky Danjy's hole. These small people Big pussy cum pics said to have been half-witted people who had committed no mortal sin, but who, when they died, were not good enough to go to Heaven.

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One is called "A Voyage with the Piskies. Repeating the crlss after them, "quick as thought he croes himself there surrounded by a throng of laughing piskies. The signal for their return was soon given, and once more he found himself on Seaton Beach, where he had just time to pick up his bundle before he was whisked home. All these voyages were made in the short space of five minutes. When on his return he told his adventures they were listened to with incredulity until he produced the goblet, which proved the truth of his tale.

After having been kept for generations this trophy has disappeared. Couch says, "to have delighted in mischief for its own sake. Old Robin Hicks, who formerly lived in a house at 'Quay Head' Polperrohas more than once, on stormy winter nights, been alarmed at his supper by a voice sharp and shrill 'Robin! He went down to the beach to find that some person" had played a practical joke on him. As he was returning he saw a group of piskies sitting in a semicircle under a much larger boat belonging to one of his neighbours. They were dividing a heap of money between them by throwing a piece of gold alternately into each of the hats which lay before them.

John was covetous, and forgot that piskies hate to be spied upon; so he crept up and pushed his hat slily in with the others. When the pile was getting low he tried to get off with his booty without their detecting the fraud. He had got some distance before the cheat was discovered; then they pursued him in such hot haste that he only escaped with his treasure by leaving his coat-tails in their hands. Like those who have stolen and applied the green ointment, she loses the sight of it by a blow from an angry pisky's fist. She meets and recognizes the father at a fair where, as usual, he is pilfering, and foolishly asks after the welfare of mother and child.

But all these stories in West Cornwall would be told of the "small people" as well as the well-known "Colman Grey" of course the name varies which relates how a farmer one day found a poor, half-starved looking bantling, sitting alone in the middle of a field, whom he took home and fed until he grew quite strong and lively. A short time after a shrill voice was suddenly heard calling thrice upon "Colman Grey. Unbaptised children were, in this county at the beginning of the century, said to turn, when they died, into piskies; they gradually went through many transformations at each change, getting smaller until at last they became "Meryons" [1] ants and finally disappeared.

Another tradition is that they were Druids, who, because they would not believe in Christ, were for their sins condemned to change first into piskies, gradually getting smaller, they too, as ants, at last are lost. It is on account of these legends considered unlucky to destroy an ant's nest, and a piece of tin put into one could, in bygone days, through pisky power be transmuted into silver, provided that it was inserted at some varying lucky moment about the time of the new moon. Moths were formerly believed in Cornwall to be departed souls, and are still, in some districts, called piskies. There is also a green bug which infests bramble-bushes in the late autumn that bears the same name, and one of the reasons assigned for blackberries not being good after Michaelmas is that pisky spoils them then.

Pisky is in some places invoked for luck at the swarming of bees. It was once a common custom in East Cornwall, when houses were built, to leave holes in the walls by which these little beings could enter; to stop them up would drive away all luck. And in West Cornwall knobs of lead, known as pisky's pows or pisky feet, were placed at intervals on the roofs of farm-houses to prevent the piskies from dancing on them and turning the milk sour in the dairies. Country people in East Cornwall sometimes put a prayer book under a child's pillow as a charm to keep away piskies.

I am told that a poor woman, near Launceston, was fully persuaded that one of her children was taken away and a piskey substituted, the disaster being caused by the absence of a prayer book on one particular night. Notes and Queries, December, If piskies are kind and helpful little beings, spriggans or sprites are spiteful creatures, never doing a good turn for any one.

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In the one above quoted from Mr. Bottrell he gives a third charm for getting a child restored as follows, "Make by night a smoky fire, with green ferns and dry. Seadmans the chimney and house are full of smoke slus one can bear, throw the changeling on the hearthstone; go out of the house, turn three times round; when one enters the right child will be restored. No matter if the work be dross on by slutx or by day, they deadmzns sure to punish the rash person who ventures to dig crows hopes of securing them. When he has got some way down, he finds himself surrounded by hundreds of ugly beings, in some cases almost as tall as he, who scare the unhappy man until he loses all control over himself, throws down his tools, and rushes off as fast as he can possibly go.

The fright often makes him so ill that he has to lie for days in bed. Knockers pronounced knackers are mine fairies, popularly supposed to be as related elsewhere the souls of the Jews who crucified Christ, sent by the Romans to work as slaves in the tin mines. In proof of this, they are said never to have been heard at work on Saturdays, nor other Jewish festivals. They are compelled to sing carols at Christmas time. Small pieces of smelted tin found in old smelting-works are known as "Jew's bowels. When a miner goes into an "old level" and sees a bright light, it is a sure sign that he will find tin there.

Knockers like spriggans are very ugly beings, and, if you do not treat them in a friendly spirit, very vindictive. Bottrell tells a similar story of a man named Tom Trevorrow, who when he was working underground heard the knockers just before him, and roughly told them "to be quiet and go. He seems however to have quickly got over it, and soon after when eating his dinner, a number of squeaking voices sang, "Tom Trevorrow! Leave some of thy 'fuggan' [3] for bucca Or bad luck to thee to-morrow! We'll send thee bad luck to-morrow; Thou old curmudgeon, to eat all thy fuggan, And not leave a 'didjan' [4] for bucca.

Bacca is the name of a spirit that in Cornwall it was once thought necessary to propitiate. Fishermen left a fish on the sands for bucca, and in the harvest a piece of bread at lunch-time was thrown over the left shoulder, and a few drops of beer spilled on the ground for him to ensure good-luck. Bucca, or bucca-boo, was, until very lately and I expect in some places still is the terror of children, who were often when crying told "that if they did not stop he would come and carry them off. There were two buccas— "Bucca Gwidden,' the white, or good spirit, 'Bucca Dhu,' the black, malevolent one. Although Cornish miners, or "tinners" as they are generally called, are a very intelligent, and since the days of Wesley a religious body of men, many of these old-world beliefs still linger.

To this day it is considered unlucky to make the form of a cross on the sides of a mine, and when underground you may on no account whistle for fear of vexing the knockers and bringing ill-luck, but you may sing or even swear [5] without producing any bad effect. Down one mine-shaft a black goat is often seen to descend, but is never met below; in another mine a white rabbit forbodes an accident. A hand clasping the ladder and coming down with, or after a miner, foretells misfortune or death. This superstition prevails, too, in the slate quarries of the eastern part of the county. The miners in the slate-quarries of Delabole have a tradition that the right hand of a miner, who committed suicide, is sometimes seen following them down the ladders, grasping the rings as they let them go, holding a miner's light between the thumb and finger.

It forebodes ill to the seer. See "Tamsins Choice," Longman, June, Miraculous dreams are related; warnings to some miners, which have prevented on particular days their going down below with their comrades, when serious accidents have happened and several have lost their lives. Rich lodes, too, have been discovered through the dreams of fortunate women, who have been shown in them where their male relatives should dig for the hidden treasure. Miners still observe some quaint old customs; a horse-shoe is sometimes placed on a convenient part of the machinery, which each, as he goes down to his day's work, touches four times to ensure good-luck.

These must be "Tributers" pronounced trib-ut-erswho work on 'trib-ut," when a percentage is paid on ores raised; in contradistinction to "Tut-workers," who are paid by the job. Last year,at St. Just, in Penrith, two men of Wheal Drea had their hats burnt one Monday morning, after the birth of their first children. Three hundred fathoms below the ground at Cook's Kitchen mine, near Camborne, swarms of flies may be heard buzzing, called by the men, for some unknown reason, "Mother Margarets. Swallows in olden times were thought to spend the winter in deep, old disused Cornish tin-works; also in the sheltered nooks of its cliffs and cairns.

It is the custom here to jump on seeing the first in spring. A water-wagtail, in Cornwall a "tinner," perching on a windowsill, is the sign of a visit from a stranger. Carew says—"The Cornish tynners hold a strong imagination, that in the withdrawing of Noah's floud to the sea the same took his course from east to west, violently brealdng vp, and forcibly carrying with it the earth, trees and rocks, which lay anything loosely neere the vpper face of the ground. To confirme the likelihood of which supposed truth, they doe many times digge vp whole and huge timbertrees, which they conceiue at that deluge to haue been ouerturned and whelmed. To an old tune they sing the words— "Here's to the devil, with his wooden spade and shovel, Digging tin by the bushel, with his tail cocked up," And on the signboard of a public-house in West Cornwall a few years ago and probably still might be read— "Come all good Cornish boys [6] walk in.

Here's brandy, rum, and shrub, and gin; You can't do less than drink success To copper, fish, and tin. It is an easy transition from mines to fish, the next staple industry of Cornwall, and to the superstitions of its fishermen and sailors.

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Any time they did something wrong, Zarek would be whipped. It seemed like Valerius had a soft heart compared to the rest of his family which they scorned him for. Whenever Valerius tried to help Zarek, it made it worse for Zarek and once, his father made Valerius whip Zarek. Zarek still hates him. Nobody seems to like Valerius because of his arrogant attitude but I think he is like that to guard himself from being hurt by others. Even his Squire, Otto, who is usually quiet and one of the best Squires, lives to get a rise out of Valerius because he thinks Valerius is a pompous ass. But Valerius was very nice and polite to Bride.

I think there is more to Valerius than meets the eye. There were a lot more characters in the book who may or may not have an impact on the future story but I think I touched on the most important ones…for now. Terms Were-Hunter — A long time ago, a king with the help of a god did magickal experiments on animals of prey and Apollites to save his sons from the Apollite curse of dying when they reach the age of 27 which resulted in humans and animals to shift into each form. There are two kinds of Were-Hunters, Arcadian and Katagaria.

The gods cursed them to hate each other so they always fight between the two races. Arcadian — Were-Hunters who are born human but can shift into animal form when they reach puberty and unlock their magickal powers. Arcadians believe they are superior to Katagaria because they are more human. When they sleep, they retain the natural form of a human. Arcadian Sentinel — soldiers, chosen by the Fates, who hunt down Slayers. Only a few are born to each patria. A Sentinel knows he or she has been chosen because when they reach maturity, geometrical shapes appear and cover one side of their face.

Aristos — the rarest of Arcadians. An Aristos is the most powerful of their breed and can wield magick effortlessly. They are considered the gods of their kind and are usually guarded and revered. Unlike any other Were-Hunter, Aristos can time-travel any time even when the moon is not full. Katagaria — are animal hearted Were-Hunters who are born in animal form and able to transform into human form when they reach puberty and unlock their magickal powers. When they sleep, they retain their natural form of an animal. Slayer — Katagaria who are lost to their animal impulses and attack Arcadians. More violent and vicious Slayers are referred to as True Slayers. Slayers and True Slayers are hunted down by Sentinels.

Even other Katagaria look down upon Slayers.

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