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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - 472 pages
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1929. Cagliostro was a mystic, Mason and adept at magic, alchemy, and psychic healing. He died at the hands of the Holy Roman Inquisition. This book on Cagliostro is meant as a work of fiction, the narrative of an exceptional career, drawn from the mental picture which the author had formed of his hero, and based upon the ruthless power of destiny which he found in the picture, nothing more.

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