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Roman And Greek Magic Books (16) 

De Vermis Mysteriis
De Vermis Mysteriis by Roman Tertius Sibellius
It is supposed that the authorship of "De Vermis Misteriis" belongs to Roman Tertius Sibellius (280 B.C. - ?). In youth he served in the armed forces in Egypt. He was especially known by his smart intellect and passion to collect some artifacts. He bought several statuettes, amulets, papyrus... >>Download<<
An Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek and Roman Mythology
An Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek and Roman Mythology by James Hampton Belton
E. M. Berens orginally wrote "Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome" to provide an interesting work on Greek and Roman mythology, suitable for advanced schools. He (or she, I haven't been able to find out) wanted to give the student a clear and succinct idea of the religious beliefs of the... >>Download<<
Apikorsus An Essay On The Diverse Practices Of Chaos Magick by Lincoln Order Of Neuromancers
Common to the various systems/traditions/paradigms of Magick are certain key concepts. We urge the reader not to accept/reject these as theoretical constructs, but to try and verify them by personal experience.1. The Whole is encoded within each of its constituents - "As above, so below."2. The... >>Download<<
Apikorsus An Essay On The Diverse Practices Of Chaos Magick
Liber 1264 Crowley Greek Qabalah by Aleister Crowley
A complete dictionary of all sacred and important words and phrases given in the Books of the Gnosis and other important writings both in the Greek and the Coptic. It is to the Greek Qabalah what the Sephir Sephiroth is to the Hebrew. The present form is taken from Crowley's notes by Bill Heidrick,... >>Download<<
Liber 1264 Crowley Greek Qabalah
Papyri Graecae Magicae Or Greek Magical Papyri Texts
Papyri Graecae Magicae Or Greek Magical Papyri Texts by Karl Preisendanz
The Greek Magical Papyri (papyri is plural of papyrus) (commonly abbreviated to PGM from the Latin title Papyri Graecae Magicae) is a collective term for a collection of texts, written mostly in Ancient Greek (but also in Coptic, Demotic Egyptian, etc.), found in the deserts of Egypt, which cast... >>Download<<
The Kybalion A Study Of The Hermetic Philosophy Of Ancient Egypt And Greece
The Kybalion A Study Of The Hermetic Philosophy Of Ancient Egypt And Greece by Three Initiates
The Kybalion was first published in 1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is now in the public domain, and can be found on the internet. The book purports to be based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book... >>Download<<
Liber AL vel Legis Greek Translation by Aleister Crowley
Also: Liber L (Liber Legis), or The Book of the Law Facsimile pages of the actual manuscript of The Book of the Law. This book is the foundation of the New Aeon, and thus of the whole of our Work. Received April 8, 9 and 10, 1904 by Aleister Crowley and Rose Kelly. >>Download<<
Liber AL vel Legis Greek Translation
The Secret History Of Pythagoras by Samuel Croxall
Pythagoras of Samos (c. 570-c. 495 BC) was an Ionian Greek philosopher and founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism. Most of our information about Pythagoras was written down centuries after he lived, thus very little reliable information is known about him. He was born on the island... >>Download<<
The Secret History Of Pythagoras
The Golden Verses Of Pythagoras
The Golden Verses Of Pythagoras by Antoine Fabre dOlivet
This is english translation of The Golden Verses of Pythagoras by Antoine Fabre d'Olivet (December 8, 1767-March 25, 1825) a French author poet, and composer whose biblical and philosophical hermeneutics infuenced many occultists, such as Eliphas Lvi and Gerard Encausse (Papus), and Ren Gunon.The... >>Download<<
Johannes Reuchlin Kabbalah Pythagorean Philosophy and Modern Scholarship
Johannes Reuchlin Kabbalah Pythagorean Philosophy and Modern Scholarship by Moshe Idel
Various philosophies left their imprint on the different forms of Kabbalah. The impact of Neoplatonism and Neoaristotelianism is best known, though some traces of the impact of Stoicism and Atomism can also be discern in the vast Kabbalistic literature. Pythagorean philosophy is perhaps the third... >>Download<<
Papyri Graecae Magicae Or Greek Magical Papyri Texts In German by Karl Preisendanz
The Greek Magical Papyri (papyri is plural of papyrus) (commonly abbreviated to PGM from the Latin title Papyri Graecae Magicae) is a collective term for a collection of texts, written mostly in Ancient Greek (but also in Coptic, Demotic Egyptian, etc.), found in the deserts of Egypt, which cast... >>Download<<
Papyri Graecae Magicae Or Greek Magical Papyri Texts In German
A Greek Papyrus Containing Babylonian Lunar Theory by Alexander Jones
The papyrus presented here, which is owned by Prof. M. L. Colker (University of Virginia), was first described, as a writing exercise, in two dealers' catalogues.1 Subsequently Dr David Jordan identified the mathematical nature of the text on the reverse, and in turn enlisted the assistance of O.... >>Download<<
A Greek Papyrus Containing Babylonian Lunar Theory
Greek Jeremiah and the Land of Azazel
Greek Jeremiah and the Land of Azazel by Albert Pietersma
Studies in the Hebrew Bible, Qumran, and the Septuagint, Presented to Eugene Ulrich (edd. Peter W. Flint, Emanuel Tov and James C. VanderKam.) VTSup 101, Brill 2006 403-413.My focus in this paper will be on this "notable discontinuity," which at times, I believe, points up a dimension of the... >>Download<<
Theophrasti Eresii Opera (in Ancient Greek)
Theophrasti Eresii Opera (in Ancient Greek) by Paracelsus
Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombast von Hohenheim known as Paracelsus was born in 1493 at Maria Einsiedeln, Canton of Zurich, Switzerland. Descended from ancient Bombast family of Castle Hohenheim near Stuttgart, Wurtemberg. His father, a physician of repute, possessor of curious books and his... >>Download<<
Greek and Roman Necromancy by Daniel Ogden
To us, necromancy is the ultimate transgression: our curiosity disturbs the peace of the dead, for purely selfish reasons. It is nigromancia, in the medieval spelling, black magic par excellence, a heathen thing. Thus, it was only a matter of time until Daniel Ogden would chance upon it. After all,... >>Review Only<<
Greek and Roman Necromancy
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