Aleister Crowley and the Ouija Board

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Feral House, 2005 - Games & Activities - 165 pages
For decades the Parker Brothers' popular board game has been condemened as a devil's gateway to perilous obsessions and spiritual possessions. While these claims recall a special brand of witch-trial era hysteria, author Cornelius defends these accusations as entirely true. Aleister Crowley, the greatest ceremonial magician of the 20th century, advocated the Ouija board's use as an occult tool. This fascinating work combines a history of the Ouija Board, Crowley's writings on this device and practical advice on its proper use.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
11
CHAPTER THREE
27
CHAPTER FOUR
47
CHAPTER FIVE
57
CHAPTER SIX
69
CHAPTER SEVEN
79
CHAPTER EIGHT
93
CHAPTER NINE
105
CHAPTER TEN
127
AFTERWORD
137
ENDNOTES
139
APPENDIX
145
NOTES
165
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