Protestant era anti-witch marks in UK cave

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Centuries-Old 'Witch Marks' in Hidden Cave Can Finally Be Seen ... in 3D

"Protective witch-mark carvings are also known as apotropaic marks, from the Greek word "apotrepein," which means "to turn away." The variety of marks in the cave is extraordinary: There are references to the Virgin Mary in the inscriptions "PM" (for "Pace Maria") and in double "V" engravings ("Virgin of Virgins")..."
 
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Very interesting, thanks, Erik Nelson.

The idea of the protective marks resemble the protection genus among all peoples in the globe.

Consider the slanted roofs in China to encourage the lack of purchase of grip for evil spirits who slip off the dwelling, or the doors that open facing a wall that stops the entry of spirits.
 
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