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The word employed by so many second-rate conjurers has long had associations with majic and superstition.
The first written example of abracadabra is thought to
be in the poem Pracepta de Medicina, by the writer
Q. Severus Sammonicus in the second century.
When written in the triangular form shown above, and when worn around the neck,
abracadabra was considered to have healing powers, perhaps because it repeated the letters
ABRA - a possible reference to the Hebrew words signifying Father, Son and Holy Spirit:
Ab, Ben & Raunch Acadosh.