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Book-Magic History Of Rituals

Book-Magic History Of Rituals



"The most arresting, entertaining, and brilliant of all studies on the subject." — Arthur Edward Waite A great work of literature as well as a pioneering classic of occultism, this voluminous historical survey traces the roots and manifestations of magic through the ages as a secret tradition persisting from remote times.

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Author Éliphas Lévi, pseudonym of Alphonse Louis Constant (1810-75), was a leader of the French occult revival, a spiritual teacher, and magus who is today considered by some to be a founding father of the New Age movement. One of his most stunning (and original) revelations connects the Kabbalah with the Tarot, thus helping to inspire the ongoing fascination with the symbols of both, and their correspondences with each other. In this 1860 work, Lévi's discussions include topics that continue to intrigue modern readers, subjects as seemingly disparate as the mathematical magic of Pythagoras, magical monuments, magic and Christianity, the devil, the Knights Templar, alchemy, the Illuminati, hallucinations, and many others that are equally alluring. The first part of the book explains the principles underlying magical operations, while the second part addresses the actual ritual and practice of transcendent magic.

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Book-Easy Magic

In Easy Magic, master magician Karl Fulves presents a choice collection of 63 magic tricks that are as mystifying to audiences as they are simple for you to learn and perform. You'll learn about card tricks, "out of sight" magical mysteries, mental and paper magic, novelty tricks, mind-reading stunts, and more.



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