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  • And Physiologus says that the caladrius ought to be in the court of a king, and about one thing is learned.

    WMAM 2008

  • Livre des Creatures, described the caladrius thusly:

    WMAM 2008

  • If a man should have his eyes running or rolling the caladrius has such a nature that it can cure the eyes by the divine virtue which it possesses; it is in its thigh, if one applies it; such virtue has the thigh of the caladrius.

    WMAM 2008


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  • A snow-white bird that only lives in a kings house.

    The bird refuses to look at any patient that is not going to make a full recovery. It is able to take the sickness into itself and fly away, dispersing the sickness and healing both itself and the sick person.

    January 29, 2009