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Author: Arthur Edward Waite
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Ltd (September 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 384
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Although The Book of Spells presents many of the most important ritual magic texts in detail, it. .Despite the title this is not a book of spells at all. I have seen much better books elsewhere that are more worth my time and money

Although The Book of Spells presents many of the most important ritual magic texts in detail, it steers the reader to the books that make up the Zohar as an alternative to ritual magic and promises more can be gained spiritually by this path. En fin, I recommend it fully to anyone who is open minded and trusts in Waite's authority. 3 people found this helpful. I have seen much better books elsewhere that are more worth my time and money. Out of the numerous books I have gotten on the subject this is one of the few I've returned.

Arthur Edward Waite was born on October 2, 1857 in Brooklyn, New York. Book of Spells Reference Library Wordsworth Collection Wordsworth reference. He was a poet and scholarly mystic who wrote extensively on occult and esoteric matters, and was the co-creator of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck. He became a Freemason in 1901, and entered the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia in 1902. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное, исправленное.

First published in 1911 as "The Book of Ceremonial Magic," Arthur Edward Waite's classic work explains the rites, mysteries and secret traditions of Witchcraft, Sorcery and 'Infernal Necromancy', and also explores Theurgy, the White Magic which invokes beneficent spirits.

Paperback, 384 pages. Description: The Book of Ceremonial Magic by Arthur Edward Waite was originally called The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts.

Wordsworth Collection. First published in 1911 as "The Book of Ceremonial Magic," Arthur Edward Waite's classic work explains the rites, mysteries and secret traditions of Witchcraft, Sorcery and 'Infernal Necromancy', and also explores Theurgy, the White Magic which invokes beneficent spirits.

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Wordsworth Reference. Arthur Edward Waite 2002. The Wordsworth Book of Spells. First published in 1911 as The Book of Ceremonial Magic, Arthur Edward Wane's classic work explains the rites, mysteries and secret traditions of Witchcraft, Sorcery and 'Infernal Necromancy', and also explores Theurgy, the White Magic which invokes beneficent spirits.

Читать бесплатно книгу The Wordsworth book of spells. Waite, Arthur Edward. Ware : Wordsworth, 1995. XXXVI, 337 p. - (Wordsworth reference). A magical enguiry into the rituals of sorcery and witchcraft (Waite A. и другие произведения в разделе Каталог. Доступны электронные, печатные и аудиокниги, музыкальные произведения, фильмы. На сайте вы можете найти издание, заказать доставку или забронировать. Возможна доставка в удобную библиотеку. The Wordsworth book of spells : A magical enguiry into the rituals of sorcery and witchcraft, A. aite. ISBN 1-85326-354-0 : Б. ц. Войдите для заказа услуг.

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Author Arthur Edward Waite. Producer Wordsworth Reference. Weight 249 gr. Pages 48. Year of production 2002. Book Художественная литература Проза Классическая и современная проза. RU. First published in 1911 as The Book of Ceremonial Magic, this classic work explains the rites, mysteries and secret traditions of Witchcraft, Sorcery, and "Infernal Necromancy", and also explores Theurgy, the White Magic which invokes beneficent spirits.

First published in 1911 as The Book of Ceremonial Magic, this classic work explains the rites, mysteries and secret traditions of Witchcraft, Sorcery, and "Infernal Necromancy", and also explores Theurgy, the White Magic which invokes beneficent spirits. Presented in two parts, the first 'contains an analytical and critical account of the chief magical rituals known to the writer'; the second 'forms a complete Grimoire of Black Magic'. With illustrations and diagrams throughout, the author's mission, 'to permit the rituals of White and Black Magic to speak for themselves', is brilliantly accomplished in this extraordinary text.
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Morlunn
Book of Spells (Wordsworth Reference) (Wordsworth Collection)

I thought that this book was excellent!

Unlike other books that I have read on the topic that have merely presented reprints of the ancient magical texts (lesser Keys of Solomon, Grimoires etc.), Waite's work is unique in that it takes a critical view of the processes of ritual magical.

This book was more scholarly than other books that I have found on spell casting; in that sense it was a revelation of sorts. The Book of Spells reveals the origins of the manuscripts as known to the author and even where to find many of them (most are in Paris) to do further research if one is so inclined! I found the prospect of one day seeing the real manuscripts exciting as I read.

Probably the most important questions he addresses are:

What arts make up the "occult arts"?

What is the value of each of those arts to the adept?

Is ritual magic worth the time spent in its production?

What are the true natures of these books that form the core of ritual magic?

One thing that you realize as you read the book is that through the entire production of the great magical manuscripts there have been all sorts of plagiarized works, works written under pseudonyms, works that claim outlandish things, mistakes in translation etc. that makes reading any of the works uncritically really an exercise in futility. However, I find that this might be true of most ancient manuscripts.

I was glad to have the voice of one of the foremost 19th century mystics guide me through these books and offer his advice/experience.

Although The Book of Spells presents many of the most important ritual magic texts in detail, it steers the reader to the books that make up the Zohar as an alternative to ritual magic and promises more can be gained spiritually by this path.

En fin, I recommend it fully to anyone who is open minded and trusts in Waite's authority.
MisterMax
The author uses very old references and listing for the few spells actually in the book. Despite the title this is not a book of spells at all. I have seen much better books elsewhere that are more worth my time and money. Out of the numerous books I have gotten on the subject this is one of the few I've returned. The spells in it are things that you can probably find elsewhere as well.
Irostamore
this book was full of words that are no longer used. Basically, I would NOT recommend this book. It was very dry and hard to follow, in other words, boring.