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The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation (Part One - Carey; Part Two - Perry) (Out of Print)
by Carey, George Washington
Book ID: A7366, A7366
The Carey-Perry School of the Chemistry of Life 1932. Part One by Dr Gerge Washington Carey - The Relation of the Mineral Salts of the Body to the Signs of the Zodiac (Fourteenth and Memorial Edition); Part Two by Inez Eudora Perry - An Esoteric Analysis and Synthesis of the Zodiacal Signs and Their Physio-Chemical Allocations (First Edition). This copy is bound in blue cloth with gilt and embossing of title and a figure of the god Mercury on the front board. Includes tipped-in fold-out color chart "Astro-Chemico-Physiological and Chromatic Chart" by Inez Eudora Perry. Marginal notations in pencil throughout text. GOOD+ to VG-
The Case for Polytheism
The philosophy of religion has been dominated by monotheists and atheists for centuries now. But, polytheism deserves to be restored to its respected position, and The Case for Polytheism
sets out some reasons why. By developing a notion of godhood and employing a set of novel and neglected arguments, the author constructs a rigorous but accessible case for the existence of multiple gods.More
Manual of Psychomagic: The Practice of Shamanic Psychotherapy
Inner Traditions / Bear & Company
Traditional psychotherapy seeks to unburden the unconscious mind purely through talk and discussion. Psychomagic recognizes that it is difficult to reach the unconscious with rational thought. We should instead speak directly to the unconscious in its own language, that of dreams, poetry, and symbolic acts. By interacting on this deeper level, we can initiate quicker and more enduring change to resolve repressed childhood trauma, express buried emotions, and overcome deep-seated intimacy issues....More
Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess
This book is a wide-ranging exposition on all things Brigid, the most popular figure in Celtic mythology and religion. It includes:
- A brief history of the Celts and their religion.
- Everything that is known about Brigid from her manifestations as a Celtic pagan goddess, as a Celtic Christian saint, and as a Caribbean Voodoo deity.
- A practical approach for witches and neo-pagans that enables them to tap into the healing power of the pagan goddess.
Each chapter ends with gui...More
Massaglia, Guilia F
An extraordinary tribute to art nouveau pioneer Alphonse Mucha, this deck embraces the fresh beauty of the dawning of the twentieth century along with the eternal wisdom and understanding of the tarot. This special edition contains full-bleed images and a booklet that reveals every secret hidden in the cards.More
The Book of Oberon: A Sourcebook of Elizabethan Magic
Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
Sitting a block away from the U.S. Capitol, the Folger Shakespeare Library holds one of the most unusual manuscripts of magic ever discovered. The book was written around the year 1580, a decade before Shakespeare began writing in earnest. This is a manual of magicians in search of results, who scribbled down whatever secrets they could find.
One of the most unusual collections of magical lore ever assembled, The Book of Oberon includes:
- Rituals for summoning several differe...