Of Angels, Demons, and Spirits

A Sourcebook of British Magic

Of Angels, Demons, and Spirits

By:  Harms, Daniel
Clark, James R.

9780738753683
$90.00 Hardback
 2019/02/08
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7.0 X 10.0 in
360 pg



BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Occultism

Discovered in the stacks of the Bodleian Library at Oxford, this authentic work of 17th-century English magic has been meticulously transcribed and translated by Daniel Harms and illustrated by James R. Clark, the team that created the bestselling Book of Oberon (9780738743349). With a comprehensive introduction, annotations, and appendices to help contextualize the material, in addition to more than 100 figures and illustrations, this beautifully reconstructed historical work is filled with never-before published rituals for calling forth demons, fairies, spirits of the hours of the day, elementals, and other spiritual beings. This elegantly bound book provides new insights into a fascinating tradition, where a sorcerer or cunning-man was paid to perform magic for uncovering theft, healing, combating witchcraft, hunting for treasure, or for having a spirit fulfill one's commands. This premium hardcover edition is a must-have for collectors and working ritualists.

Daniel Harms (Upstate New York) holds two masters’ degrees, one in anthropology and one in library and information science. His major area of research is magic from antiquity to the present, and he has been published in the Journal for the Academic Study of Magic and the Journal of Scholarly Publishing. Harms is also the author of two books on horror fiction and folklore. 

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James R. Clark has been working in various fields of philosophical and esoteric study for nearly two decades. His primary areas of focus are philosophy of number, Golden Dawn, and alchemy. James is a self-taught artist. He has illustrated The Essential Enochian Grimoire, the seventh edition of Israel Regardie's Golden Dawn, and The Book of Oberon.