Shadow Forms: A Collection of Occult Stories, 1925

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Fiction - 168 pages
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1925. This work is a collection of weird and uncanny tales based upon Oriental mystery, magic and sorcery. Some of the stories are based on mythology and folklore, while here and there will be found one raised from the shaky foundation of superstition and hearsay. All of them have a message. No claim is made as to historical accuracy, nor is it claimed that any of the stories are reasonable or logical. Contents: black hat sorcery; witch doctor; teapot of Mandarin Wong; silver souls; third eye; spirit of the snows; the Lota of the great god Shiva; temple of sin; dance of the veils; emerald tablet; your god and my god; cave of the apes.

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