The magus

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Citadel, 1801 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 373 pages
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First published in 1801, this book features illustrations of magic and planetary tables, talismans, and portraits of demons and angels, while providing translations of cabalistic and occult lore.

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Contents

Chap IX Of the Mixtures of Natural Things
41
Natural Magic defined of Man his The Secret of the Philosophers Stone
51
Of Amulets Charms and Enchant The comparison of Alchymists
57
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Professor Peter Barrett is Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies at the University of Salford. He is a member of the Board of the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB), the leading international network for innovation in construction, for which he chairs the Programme Committee and champions the Revaluing Construction Priority Theme. He has written extensively, including the books 'Better Construction Briefing' and 'Facilities Management', now in its second edition, both published by Blackwell Publishing.

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