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The Consecrated Little Book of Black Venus (Libellus Veneri Nigro Sacer) (Used)
by Dee, John (attrib)
Publisher: Waning Moon Publications
Book ID: WANM01, WANM01
Waning Moon Publications December 2007. Limited to 256 hand-numbered copies. Quarter-leather binding, with striking copper-colored paper over boards, hand-marbled endpages. The work itself is presented in dual column format with the original Latin alongside English translation, translated by Teresa Burns and Nancy Turner. Supplemental materials written by Vincent Bridges, Teresa Burns, and Phil Legard. Illustrated by Darlene and Jeffery S. Kupperman.
- A Note from the Translators
- Translation: Libellus Veneri Nigro Sacer. Attributed to John Dee, translated by Teresa Burns and Nancy Turner.
- Chapter 1: Black Venus and a Magickal Mystery, by Teresa Burns.
- Chapter 2: Tuba Veneris and the Occult Tradition: An Overview, by Phil Legard.
- Chapter 3: Olympic Spirits, the Cult of the Dark Goddess, and the Seal of Ameth, by Vincent Bridges and Teresa Burns.
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