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The Ravener & Others: Six John Dee & Edward Kelley Occult Mysteries (New)
by Tyson, Donald
Book ID: 9781905297504, 1905297505
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Six exciting esoteric tales of Elizabethan magician Dr John Dee and his skryer Edward Kelley, using their wits and angelic magic to battle a range of supernatural foes and threats. The Curse - one of the Queen's lady's-in-waiting is threatened by an African curse. Hackley Grange - terror from beyond the stars strikes close to home. Black Dog - Edward Kelley meets an old treasure-hunting friend, and gains a familiar, but will it save or kill him? The Shewstone - Dee and Kelley battle powerful foes to save the realm from destruction. Nonsuch House - the vengeance of a dangerous ghost endangers John Dee's wife, Jane. The Ravener - an ancient evil stalks Queen Elizabeth I and her courtiers on a hunt, and the only salvation lies in the wits of John Dee.
Donald Tyson is best known as the author of numerous nonfiction books on the traditions of Western magic. He has written about such varied topics as the Tarot, the runes, the Kabbalah, Enochian magic, astral projection and spirit evocation. He is also the editor of annotated modernized editions of the occult classics Demonology by King James the First, The Three Books of Occult Philosophy by Cornelius Agrippa, and Agrippa's Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy. He originated the unique divination systems of rune dice and rune astrology, and designed the Necronomicon Tarot deck. He is the author of a biography of H. P. Lovecraft, as well as an original version of Lovecraft's dreaded Necronomicon and several other works based in Lovecraft's Necronomicon Mythos. Tyson's novels include The Messenger, about a haunted hunting lodge in Nova Scotia; Alhazred, about the life of the author of the Necronomicon; and The Tortuous Serpent, about John Dee and Edward Kelley's occult adventures in Bohemia. Donald Tyson presently lives in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, with his wife, Jenny, and his flame-point Siamese cat, Hermes.
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