Magick: In Theory and Practice

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Castle Books, Mar 1, 1992 - Philosophy - 436 pages
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A reproduction of one of the author's works on the art and science of magic covers magical theories, equipment, and gestures, as well as describing a variety of formulas and rituals

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The author was mad and possibly a genius or at least very clever. Read full review

Contents

The Magical Theory of the Universe 1 The Principles of Ritual
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The Formulx of the Elemental Weapons III The Formula of Tetragrammaton
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also that of Alim V The Formula of I A
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