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Angels of the Zodiac would have come across better had it presented itself as a book of visualizations to work through psychological blockages.
All in all, The Witch isn’t a book for those with only a passing interest in the cackling hags of popular culture. Instead, it’s a meticulously researched, erudite attempt at gaining a real understanding of the beliefs surrounding witchcraft, the various ways in which they developed around the world, and how they gave rise to the European witch trials. Refreshingly, the tone throughout is one of a genuine, immersive curiosity about the subject, rather than the implicit world-weary cynicism which so de-vitalizes some other scholarly surveys on the subject
The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic & Mysticism, offers a fascinating glimpse into many obscure facets of Jewish tradition.
The Book of Practical Candle Magic: Includes Complete Instructions on Candle Making, Anointing, Incense, and Color Symbolism, as well as a Selection of Candle...
The Book of Oberon is a modern printing of a late 16th century grimoire and is an excellent resource for understanding the development of ritual magick.
The Magickal Union of East and West is a wonderful addition to the growing body of literature on Thelemic tantra.
Homemade Magick provides the entertaining stories and practical work one comes to expect with Lon Milo DuQuette.
The Inner Light seeks to blend theory and practice, history and method.
The Book of Grimoires is by largely made up of excerpts from various grimoires.
Techniques of High Magic: A Guide to Self-Empowerment, by Francis King and Stephen Skinner Destiny Books, 0892813504, 228pp., 1976 This book brings together Francis King and...
The Charles translation, originally published in 1912, is still considered "the standard English version of The Book of Enoch.
This books is a paradox; it is both an excellent reference book and tome and at the same time illustrates what happens when a magician becomes inflexible.