“The Witch’s Encyclopedia of Folk Superstitions and Divinations”, by Liz Yetter
This is, at very best, a very, very POOR effort. In fact, it looks to me as almost NO effort beyond collecting a hodge-podge of the easily-obtainable material of others putting the excerpts in rough alphabetical order. The reader is provided little-to-no information about the excerpts, like era of common usage (except “pre-Christian”). Most excerpts aren’t even identified to geographical area of origin, etc.
In fairness, some very few of the excerpts are amusing and/or interesting. But that is neither a credit to the so-called “author” nor does it any way excuse calling this thing a “book”, nevermind an “encyclopedia”.