The Magus, Or Celestial Intelligencer: Being a Complete System of Occult Philosophy. In Three Books: Containing the Antient and Modern Practice of the Cabalistic Art, Natural and Celestial Magic, &c.; Shewing the Wonderful Effects that May be Performed by a Knowledge of the Celestial Influences, the Occult Properties of Metals, Herbs, and Stones, and the Application of Active to Passive Principles Exhibiting the Sciences of Natural Magic; Alchymy, Or Hermetic Philosophy; Also the Nature, Creation, and Fall of Man; His Natural and Supernatural Gifts; the Magical Power Inherent in the Soul, &c.; with a Great Variety of Rare Experiments in Natural Magic: the Constellatory Practice, Or Talismanic Magic; the Nature of the Elements, Stars, Planets, Signs, &c.; the Construction and Composition of All Sorts of Magic Seals, Images, Rings, Glasses, &c.; the Virtue and Efficacy of Numbers, Characters, and Figures, of Good and Evil Spirits. Magnetism, and Cabalistical Or Ceremonial Magic; in which the Secret Myste

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Lackington, Allen, and Company, 1801 - Alchemy - 373 pages

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