I just thought some might find this info useful;
"Balkan Traditional Witchcraft is an old system from shamanic times that has managed to survive until today. As a system it can be applied to any culture, state or region in the world."
Now Balcanic witchcraft is the very same thing as SLAVIC witchraft , originated from Celts , Ilirics and few other smaller groups that migrated very long time ago ( I hate history lol ) in Mediterranean and southern Europe parts.
It's important for me to point out that is pre-Gardnerian system , that quite resembles Druidism.
I myself find some parts of it resembling Voodoo ( and Hoodoo ) quite a bit .
Well here are just a few tips, for You to get an idea and maybe do further research( or make a coven , me is to lazy for that lol )
TO REVERSE HEXES, CURSSES OR ANY SPELL DISAGREABLE WITH YOU, on a Saturday night , yust before midnight boil a herb Tanacetum Vulgare in cauldron, then few mins after boiling , pour it over Your doorstep saying :
"I'm not spilling, I'm returning"
If You were right , and were under attack , petard like sound is to be heard when poured , and winds may start to blow.
CLAIRVOYANCE CHARM ; A snake head is to be cut , with the silver coin , then a piece of garlic is to be planted in the mouth , on a waxing moon. When the garlic germinates , take it out. When ever you carry this charm you shall be able to see all sorts of supernatural creatures from ghosts to fairies , devas , demons ect.
A word or two about pantheon
Pantheon resembles two very famous sistems , druidic ( "main" God called "Perun" lives in Oak , making this a holly three of lightning , storm and magickal work in general )
and Wicca since there are "God" ( Pan-like creature , of almoust identical apearence ) called "Tartor" and Goddess simply refered as Forest Mother , completely coresspondent ( with few less important details ) to Wiccan Goddess .
Politeistic system includes many other dietys that are correspondent to the ones in Druidic systems ( Good's of darkness and winter , Godess of Spring , Good of Light , Good of Darkness ( female though ) etc ).
Well , here's link :
and some copy-pasted info
FROM : http://eeuropeanhistory.suite101.com/article.cfm/major_gods_of_the_slavic_pantheon
Perun was a significant god of the Slavic Pantheon the most significant god, in fact. He is mentioned in the Primary Chronicles, and is said to have been the main god of Kievan Rus. In fact, when Prince Vladimir chose Christianity for his people, it is said that the statue of the god Perun was thrown into the Dnieper River a gesture to symbolize the adoption of Christianity and the end of paganism.
Perun was the god of thunder and battle. On par with Zeus of the Greek pantheon, Perun also shared some of Zeus traits; symbols shared by both Perun and Zeus include the oak tree, an eagle, and lightening and thunder.
Veles was Peruns opposition according to the Slavic Pantheon. The god of water, the underworld, dragons, and cattle, Veles is often depicted with serpent-like qualities. In fact, one Slavic myth recounts a battle between Perun and a dragon or serpent; the serpent in this tale is associated with Veles. For agricultural Slavic peasants, Veles was also and important god for the protection of their livestock.
Jarilo and Morana
Jarilo and Morana, children of Perun, are both associated with the end of winter and the beginning of spring. Many Eastern European nations still celebrate in pagan style by saying goodbye to winter and welcoming spring with straw effigies and other rituals that have their origins in pre-Christian Eastern Europe.
Jarilo, a horse-like god, was the Slavic god of springtime and harvest. Morana was the goddess of death, winter, and nature.
Other Slavic Gods
Other gods are a part of the Slavic Pantheon, but even less is known about them. Stribog, the god of winds, Dazbog, associated with the sun and wolves, Svarog, the god of the Sun and fire, and the Zorya, goddesses of night and day are known to have existed in various forms. Some Slavic gods existed in sort of mélanges of several gods, taking on the characteristics of deities that were previously interpreted as being individual gods and goddesses.
+ A verrrry , very rich Fae system , and many htonic demons
"Ala" for ex. Demon of Tunder stormes, creature of revolting apearence
SOURCES : A book called "Tradicional balcanic Witchery"
( the above used parts from it were translated and edited by me , with no intent of breaking copywrite laws , for educational purposes only )
Magickal enciklopedia by Cass E.
Sites mentioned ; + Wikipedia