The Black Arts

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Penguin, 1967 - 373 頁
This book describes in detail the practice, theory, and underlying rationale of black magic in all its branches - the summoning and control of evil spirits, necromancy, psychic attack, Devil worship, witchcraft, the Black Mass, evil charms and spells - as well as other branches of occult theory - numerology, astrology, alchemy, the Cabala, the tarot. Ancient black magic, the beliefs and practices of the great black magicians of the past 150 years, and the theories of cabalists, astrologers, and numerologists of the present day are all fully covered in this book.
 

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I believe this was one of the first truly occult type book I read some 20-25 years ago. You will not get alot of depth but you will get a broad brush treatment of information to give you a fairly ... 閱讀評論全文

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Chapter
1
Chapter
41
Chapter Three
79
The Tree of Life
85
Correspondences of the Sephiroth
89
The Paths and the Tarot
97
Correspondences of the Twentytwo Paths
98
Love Talisman from the Key of Solomon
118
The Triangle of Solomon
228
The Pentagram of Solomon
231
The Double Seal of Solomon
232
The Sacrifice and the Summoning
236
The Lords of Darkness
247
Necromancy and Psychic Attack
253
Low Magic
261
CHAPTER SEVEN The Worship of the Devil
267

Chapter Four
135
CHAPTER FIVE Astrology
173
Natal Astrology
175
The Sun in the Zodiac
181
The Signs of the Zodiac
183
The Ascendant
189
The Houses
191
Sample Birth Chart
193
Mundane Astrology
197
Astrology and Daily Life
202
Astrology and Magic
207
Symbols of Planetary Spirits from the Arbatel of Magic
214
CHAPTER SIx Ritual Magic
217
Preparations and the Magic Circle
221
A Magic Circle
227
The Origins of Satan
269
Witchcraft
286
The Black Mass
287
APPENDIX 1
323
APPENDIX 2
325
Notes
327
Bibliography and Suggestions for Further Reading
335
Index
336
236
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Richard Cavendish (1930-2016) was a highly regarded and widely published British historian of magic, myth, and the occult. Educated at Oxford, Cavendish is best remembered for The Black Arts (1967) and for editing the acclaimed 24-volume Man, Myth & Magic: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Supernatural, published from 1970 to 1972.

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