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The Largest Organized Occult Collection Ever Made, Period.
Featured authors and writers in this collection include:
Henry Cornelius Agrippa Eliphas Levi William Wynn Westcott Isabelle Ingalese King James VI of Scotland Roger Bacon Aleister Crowley Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers Charles Godfrey Leland Sir Walter Scott And So Much More!
This library has been neatly organized into 23 folders based on subject matter as shown in the first picture below. Below is a rundown and brief description of each of the 23 subject folders:
Black & White MagicBlack & White Magic: Black Magic, commonly referred to as the Dark Arts, is a type of sorcery that draws upon malevolent powers, such as the Gnostic Luciferian or the Dark Doctrine. On the other hand, white magic is associated with healing, the good, and benevolent powers.
Celtic & Druid OrdersCeltic Order & Druidry: Features mythical works of these two renowned religious societies originating from ancient Britain, Ireland, & France.
Celestialism & AlchemyCelestialism & Alchemy: Celestialism focuses on how astrology and celestial bodies are used for augury, while Alchemy examines how Chemistry in the Middle Ages plays an integral role in attaining Occultic wisdom.
Divination & ProphecyDivination & Prophecy: Examines various systems and methodologies of divinatory nature and the interpretation of omens. Diviners ascertain their interpretations of how a querent should proceed by reading signs, events, or omens , or through alleged contact with a supernatural agency.
Ghosts & The Dead:Ghosts & The Dead: Focuses on the afterlife, the living dead, phantoms, and interactions with the cryptic dead.
GnosticismGnosticism: Examines the popular Gnostic movement, a diverse, syncretistic religious movement which envelops various belief systems generally united in the teaching that humans are divine souls trapped in a material world created by an imperfect god.
HekaHeka: The deification of magic in Egyptian mythology. Includes interesting reads on Egyptian magic and how it relates to occultism.
Holism & New ThoughtHolism & New Thought: Includes the Mind, Body, and Spirit doctrines that arose in the popular New Thought 19th Century movement in America.
Indian Tribalism & TranceIndian Tribalism & Trance: Tribalism, Trance, & other sacred rituals were esseential functions of spiritual magic to many Native Americans.
KabbalahKabbalah: This Helemic, Judo-Christian discipline is the blueprint for many magical societies and Thelemic Orders. It helped pave the way to Neo-Paganistic thought.
Karma & ReincarnationKarma & Reincarnation: Theosophical beliefs that, in order to achieve perfection, t is a belief in attaining the higher-self through universality, good actions, deeds, & other practices. Lost Civilizations & Cosmology Lost Civilizations & Cosmology: What ever happened to Plato's Atlantis island kingdom? This forgotten civilization as well as other ancient sites and architectures have bamboozled historians for quite some time.
Magical Animism &
MasonicMasonic: Freemasonry is a legendary secret society that initiated in Europe and has spread worldwide today. This fraternal organization has many esoteric practices, docrtines, and other works like the Knights Templar, many of which are feature in our extensive Masonic collection.
Metaphysical & PhilosophyMetaphysical & Philosop...
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