List of all things magic
This is a list of magical spells, parts, tools, and objects, organised by their name, or, if unnamed, by a brief description. If the inventor/discoverer or associated magician is known, their name is listed as well.
Bells, their use in magic
Epitome, a part of a spell
Neapolitans, Seventeen Dead, The see under Raising the Dead
Pillar of Darkness, the gentleman with the thistle-down hair
Pineapples, hatred of, a mark of madness.
Practical magic, as opposed to theoretical magic.
Prophylactics against magic
Prophylaxis (Walter de Chepe).
Scopus (Jacques Belasis).
Silver basin, see also mirrors
skimmer, a part of a spell.
Spell of Dissolution
Spell of Pathfinding
Spell of Revelation (Paris Ormskirk, Master of Doncaster).
Spirit of the River Thames, A spell to raise the (Vinculus).
Summoning, Spells of, (Paris Ormskirk, Charles Hether-Gray, Gilbert Norrell, Jonathan Strange) : see also below A spell to summon a fairy
Unnamed spellsChaos of ravens (John Uskglass)
The stones of York, a spell that brings statues to life (Gilbert Norrell).
Rain ships (Gilbert Norrell)
A spell for ward and watch, (Francis Pevensey)
A spell that causes a sense of false familiarity, used by Jonathan Strange in Venice.
A spell that causes partial memory loss (Gilbert Norrell).
A spell that causes partial memory loss and creates a false memory (John Uskglass).
A spell that creates a path between two beings, a very old spell.
A spell to disguise oneself as a shadow (John Childermass).
A spell to dispel illusions and correct wrong ideas, employed by Jonathan Strange to defend the King (Paris Ormskirk).
A spell to increase light, employed to brighten rooms at Hurtfew Abbey (Gilbert Norrell).
A spell to restore the dead to life, of which the chief burden is placed upon a summoned fairy (Gilbert Norrell).
A spell to summon a dead person, used by Jonathan Strange to summon Maria Absalom.
A spell to summon a fairy (many).
Spells to send messages (Jonathan Strange).
John Uskglass' spell, a spell to punish England for neglecting the Gift of Magic (John Uskglass).