Saint of the Day - Saint Guillaume
Devil of the Day - Gobelin
Man of the Day - Copernicus
Talisman of the Day - The garfish
Book of the Day - Paradise Lost
Capricorn - Night falls at 16.15
10th January 2378 – Mycale transforms three children into bear cubs
10th January 1305 – Appearance of a giant woman in Zealand
10th January 1430 – Making of the Golden Fleece
10th January 1528 - Imprisonment of Torralba
10th January 1537 - Prodigious flowering in the garden of Cosmo de Medici
10th January 1957 - Condemnation of the Marquis De Sade
To become invisible
One Wednesday, before sunrise, take a skull in good condition and seven black beans. Put one bean in the mouth, two in the eyes, two in the nostrils and two in the ears. Then draw a triangle on the skull with a consecrated coal from a censer. Bury it, facing the sun, and water it for nine days with eau-de vie. On the tenth day, there will be born a Spirit that will water itself for seven days. After that time, dig up the head, and, one after the other put the seven beans in your mouth whilst staring at yourself in a mirror. If your image in the mirror disappears, it is a sign that you are invisible.
Council of a knight
You will stop a tavern brawl by throwing into the middle of the combatants an apple upon which you will have written “HAON”
Secret of a good fortune teller
You will favour the success of your spells by wearing around your right knee, during the ceremony, a bag containing dried thevut leaves
Axiom of the immortal
The nastiest wheel of the cart always shouts
We only know of Saint Guillame by the street situated in Paris in the 6th arrondissement. Nevertheless its proximity to the Rue des Saints-Peres and that of the pPre-aux-Clerics sufficiently proves his holiness
Gobelin is a domestic wisp, benevolent, greedy and helpful.
Copernicus, celebrated astronomer, invented a science that was condemned by Rome.