The Abracadabra spell is one of great magic. Although used by the ignorant as a reference to stage magic, it is actually thought to be the name of an ancient Sumerian God. The repetition and reduction of the magical name of power also reduces and cures fever and disease. There is also a strong possibility that it is connected to the ancient Judaic charm for curing fevers.
Ab Abr Abra Abrak Abraka
Abrakal Abrakala Abrakal
Abraka Abrak Abra Ab
And the people called unto Moses and Moses
prayed to God and the fire abated. [Numbers 11:2]
May healing come from heaven from all kinds of
fever and consumption-heat to N. son/daughter of N.
Amen Amen Amen. Selah Selah Selah.
The Judaic charm was meant to build a fever up to the breaking point and then gradually diminish it. The Abracadabra spell was used to banish evil spirits and cure disease. It was first noted in 208 in Britain by the Doctor Quintus Serenus. For effective protection the charm should be printed out and worn around the neck, or hung on the wall.