Dictionary of the Occult 1935

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Julian Franklyn
Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 308 pages
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The history of the occultism may rightly be regarded as the history of humanity studied from the point of view of man's behavior in relation to the vast unknown. One volume in dictionary format that contains all aspects of the Occult. Contents: Alchemy; Astrology; Black magic; Fairies; Ghosts; Illusion and hallucination; Vampire; Werewolf; Witchcraft. Approximately 10 pages have underlining, but readable.

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