Magick: In Theory and Practice

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Castle Books, 1991 - 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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There are numerous things... dear Magi, ... that make this a great book, starting with his outline in the beginning of the book, defining magic, its theory and the postulates and theorems thereof ... 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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