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The Mysteries of Magic: A Digest of the Writings of Eliphas Levi (New)
by Waite, Arthur E
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
Book ID: 9781564593740, 1564593746
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Contents: Life of Alphonse Louis Constant; Notes on the Mysteries of Magic as expounded in the Occult Philosophy of Eliphas Levi; Threshold of Magical Science; Doctrines of Occult Force; Written Tradition of Magic; Doctrine of Spiritual Essences, or Kabbalistic Pneumatics; Ceremonial Magic; Science of the Prophets; Science of Hermes; Key of Magical Phenomena; Key of Modern Phenomena; Religion of Magic; Great Practical Secrets; Thaumaturgical experiences of Eliphas Levi; Embodying the Spirit of the Author's Philosophy; Three Credos of Eliphas Levi: Creed of the Magus; Catholic and Magical Symbol; Philosophical Credo.
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