Book of Spells
First published in 1911 as "The Book of Ceremonial Magic," Arthur Edward Waite's classic work explains the rites, mysteries and secret traditions of Witchcraft, Sorcery and 'Infernal Necromancy', and also explores Theurgy, the White Magic which invokes beneficent spirits. Presented in two parts, the first 'contains an analytical and critical account of the chief magical rituals known to the writer'; the second 'forms a complete Grimoire of Black magic'.
With illustrations and diagrams throughout, the author's mission, 'to permit the rituals of White and Black Magic to speak for themselves', is brilliantly accomplished in this extraordinary text.
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ConCERNING THE ExtERNAL PREPARAtion of The OPERATOR
ConceRNING THE RITE of Conjuration FRoM THE LEME
THE MYSTERIES OF INFERNAL EVOCATION ACCORD
ConceRNING VENEREAL ExPERIMENTs
ConceRNING THE ExPERIMENT of Invisibility
ConceRNING THE Vision of SPIRITs IN THE
ConcerNING THE THREE RINGs
CONCERNING THE MYSTERY OF THE SANCTUM REG