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The top 10 grimoires | Books | The Guardian

Owen Davies, professor of social history at the University of Hertfordshire, has written extensively about the history of magic, witchcraft and ghosts. Last month Oxford University Press published his most recent work, Grimoires, the first ever history of the books of spells whose origins were first recorded in the ancient Middle East. Their origins date back to the dawn of writing and their subsequent history is entwined with that of the religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the development of science, the cultural influence of print, and the social impact of European colonialism. Although one of the more recent grimoires, first circulating in manuscript in the 18th century, this has to be number one for the breadth of its influence. From Germany it spread to America via the Pennsylvania Dutch, and once in cheap print was subsequently adopted by African Americans. This is the granddaddy of grimoires. Mystical books purporting to be written by King Solomon were already circulating in the eastern Mediterranean during the first few centuries AD.
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Besides learning some fundamentals online, the best source of knowledge is occult literature. But there is also a lot of hogwash that can leave you confused and sabotage your progress. Some books can be too advanced for beginners in terms of terminology as well as the practices that are recommended by the author. This is a list of 13 occult classics that have started many on their journey towards enlightenment:. Julius Evola was a 20th century Italian esotericist with a somewhat controversial background.

Early 20th century America usually conjures up images of blue collar conformity, the great depression and other sterile visions of historical Americana. But look no further to shatter that image than the strange tales of John Whiteside Parsons, better known as Jack Parsons. Jack Parsons. On the peripheries of cutting edge science, when most respected academics considered rocketry a foolhardy pseudoscience resigned to pulp magazines, Jack Parsons would go on to revolutionize and blast the science into existence. Reading as a who's who of the time, "Strange Angel" charts the history of Parsons as he develops the burgeoning science of rocketry and falls deeper into his study of black magic.

A mysterious old book is opened, the cryptic words read aloud, and then everyone knows what happens next: all hell breaks loose. Creepy occult books are a favorite accessory in horror films and books. Spell books with ominous covers hold dark secrets - and could possibly unlock a bloody dose of utter chaos. Some may say these occult books are bogus, and others swear they are the key to connecting with spirits from another world. From learning the basics of the Satanic code to instructions on how to make a pact with demons, these spell books and manuals are not for the faint of heart. Read on to discover which of these magical books unlocks the secret to connecting with the dead through a real skull, and find out how a renowned occultist advises women to unlock their sexual powers.

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