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The Occult Sciences: Sketches of the traditions and superstitions of past times, and the marvels of the present day free ebook.
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This Elibron Classics edition is a facsimile reprint of a 1855 edition by Richard Griffin and Company, London and Glasgow.
A BELIEF in the existence of fairies, or imaginary beings of diminutive stature, exquisite beauty, and unvarying benevolence, and, according to the poetical mythology of Southern Europe, constant frequenters of the haunts of men, appear
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"Given the historical orientation of philosophy, is it unreasonable to suggest a wider cast of the net into the deep waters of magic? By encountering magical thought as theory, we come to a new understanding of a thought that looks back at us from a funhouse mirror."-from The Occult Mind
Divination, like many critical modes, involves reading signs, and magic, mor
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A new edition of the highly acclaimed manual of freestyle shamanism, suitable for all those inspired by such figures as Austin Spare and Aleister Crowley, and who feel the imperative to develop their own unique magical way. Visual Magick aims to build vision, imagination, and creative magick. It shows how magicians, witches, artists and therapists can improve visionary abilities, enhance imagin
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James Webb provides a fine look into the world of the irrational in this book. The book includes everything from Nazis and the occult, to Jungian psychiatry, to the counterculture of the Sixties. Wherever man exists, there will be a need to imagine a better world, and it is this ability of imagination that allows him to construct the occult fantasy. In this book Webb traces these circles as the
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Having studied the Golden Dawn for many years I found that this book is full of information about the Order's foundations, members and actually contains the so called Anna Sprengel letters who Westcott supposedly corresponded with who we all know is sheer nonsense. The book itself is very well written by the author and presents it in a clear and concise way for any perso