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Albertus Magnus: Egyptian Secrets, White and Black Art for Man and Beast

Albertus Magnus: Egyptian Secrets, White and Black Art for Man and Beast

L. W. De Laurence

Subtitled, ‘The book of Nature and the Hidden Secrets and Mysteries of Life Unveiled; Being the Forbidden Knowledge of Ancient Philosophers. By that Celebrated Occult Student, Philosopher, Chemist, Naturalist, Psychomist, Astrologer, Alchemist, Metal-lurgist, Sorcerer, Explanator of the Mysteries of Wizards and Withcraft; Together with Recondite…

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Alchemy: Ancient and Modern

Alchemy: Ancient and Modern

H. Stanley Redgrove

This book is subtitled; ‘Being a Brief Account Of The Alchemistic Doctrines And Their Relation To Mysticism On The One Hand And To Recent Discoveries In Physical Science On The Other Hand; Together With Some Particulars Regarding The Lives And Teachings Of The Most Noted Alchemists.’ The book has 16 full page illustrations and has chapters…

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The Anti-Christ

The Anti-Christ

George W. Carey

A very short tract from George W. Cary on the Anti-Christ. “Primitive Christians, the Essenes, fully realized and taught the great truth that Christ was a substance, an oil or ointment contained especially in the Spinal Cord, consequently in all parts of the body, as every nerve in the body is directly or indirectly connected with the wonderful ‘River…

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Arbatel of Magick

Arbatel of Magick

Robert Turner

The Arbatel De Magia veterum (English: Arbatel: Of the Magic of the Ancients) was a Latin grimoire of renaissance ceremonial magic published in 1575 in Switzerland. It mainly focuses on the relationship between humanity, celestial hierarchies, and the positive relationship between the two. A. E. Waite writes that the book is devoid of black magic…

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