Originally published, London: Century, 1994.
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Skeptical Occultist - Issue Five. The Skeptical Occultist Journal issue five is now available for preorder. Packed full of interviews, occult book reviews, spells, charms, and the rants and ravings of this old wizard. A5, soft bound, ish pages, fully illustrated and in full colour! Shipping early Autumn. "The Sceptical Occultist: Strange But True? by White, Terence A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable . Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Since the s parapsychology has become a respectable academic discipline, working towards scientific proof of the reality of phenomena such as telepathy, clairvoyance, pre-cognition, psychokinesis, ghosts and re-incarnation. The Skeptical Occultist Library Here you will find a list of posts related to books. Reviews of individual books (historic & contemporary), interviews with booksellers & publishers, thematic collections & lists of books, or general posts about binding/rebinding/book collecting and repair.
A Book of the Magi “A Book of the Magi: Lore, Prayers, and Spellcraft of the Three Holy Kings” Alexander Cummins. The Biblical Magi have long held an interest for those who have sought out arcane and obscure knowledge, the word ‘magic’ itself comes directly from their title. While they have been depicted and portrayed in a wide variety of likenesses and personas over the millennia. The Book of Oberon Daniel Harms, Joseph Peterson & James Clark It is a considerable thing the undertaking of the transcription and deciphering of a written manuscript. These historic documents, often cobbled together by successive owners over centuries, are not your mass produced typeset books. They are handwritten, often in a cribbed and difficult to read text. Generally bound into book form. The Book Binder Artist. The Book Binder Artist Erzebet Barthold Interview. Co-founder of Hadean Press and founder of Papaveria Press, Erzebet Barthold has been behind some of the more fantastic occult releases of the past handful of years. Jake Stratton Kent’s “Pandemonium” and the phenomenal “The Book of St. Cyprian: The Sorcerer’s Treasure” by José Leitão are among those who. k members in the EsotericOccult community. A subreddit dedicated to more in-depth, traditional methods of occult discussion and study.
The Sworn Book of Honorius “Liber Juratus Honorii” (The Sworn Book of Honorius) Joseph Peterson, translator The Sworn Book of Honorius is a medieval grimoire purportedly written by Honorius of of the earliest works of the grimoire tradition it is attested in the trial record of Olivier Pepin in but likely dates from much earlier. In writing our book Entertaining Spirits Unaware: The End-Time Occult Invasion, David Benoit and I drew from nearly 50 years of combined ministry experience often dealing with New Age spiritualism, witchcraft and overt are issues that occasionally make the most alert Christian uncomfortable and the unaware simply cringe. This book is basically split into two halves; for the first half of the book, Dutch attempts to educate the reader on the importance of scepticism within the occult as a way of better searching for the truth. This is a welcome change, as scepticism seems to be lacking within many Occult writings.5/5(3). The title was intriguing. The term "Sceptical Occultism" (British spelling; for me it's Skeptical) seemed like an oxymoron: a self-contradiction. I haven't known any occultists who were skeptical (enough), and I haven't known any skeptics who were also occultists. So how can the two concepts be reconciled? It has elements of both.