Sabine Wienker-Piepho, Göttingen Junkfood for the Soul Magic Story telling during Esoteric Workshops "These are not natural events; they strengthen from stränge to stranger" (Shakespeare, The Tempest l, 5) Many folklorists will be familiär with the emblem of the lOth congress of the ISFNR in Innsbruck in 1992 ^ They will have recognized it äs Flammarion's woodcut, which has been identified and interpreted by Nils-Arvid Bringeus äs a 19th Century fabrication, pretending to be an original from the 16th2. However, This paper was first deliyered at the lOth Congress of the International Society for Folk Narrative Research in Innsbruck, July 1992.1 would like to thank Lutz Röhrich, Frederick Wyatt and Klaus Roth for tneir critical comments. Bringeus, Nils-Arvid: Volkstümliche Bilderkunde. Munich 1982 (Orig.: Bildlorestudiet av folkliga bildbudskap. Stockholm 1981), 84 sq. Many scholars still regard the picture äs an original, e. g. Castiglioni, Arturo: Le monde de la magie. In: Uunivers des sciences occultes. Paris 1975 (German: Die Renaissance der Geheimwissenschaften, 1979), 160. Here the Illustration is titled: scholar advances into the world thereafter. Engraving, early 16. c., Source: Musee des Arts Decoratifs".. Fabula 34. Band (1993) Heft 3/4 Sabine Wienker-Piepho only a few may know that the
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