The Janara, is one of the several witches of the Neapolitan folktales. This name has two different and probable origins. The first one refers to the goddess of the hunt Diana, the second derives from the Latin word Ianua that means “door”.
The janaras, thanks to their incorporeal consistency, entered a house by passing through doors. For this reason a broom or some salt was usually left on the threshold; the witch would have to count all the fibers of the broom or the salt grains before entering, but in the meantime the sun would have risen and they would be compelled to go away. The Janara is a mysterious figure who was even able to treat incurable diseases.
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