Aradia Gospel Of The Witches
A beautifully designed reprint of this classic. Daughter of the Goddess Diana, Aradia came down to earth, established magic and then returned to heaven. Leland says “this tale is set forth” and we are given the spells of the holy stone and the gospel.
Published in 1825, this is the earliest and most important & comprehensive studies of Irish folklore ever undertaken. This collection of tales, legends & folk traditions collected from peasants & storytellers captures the last days of an ancient culture.
English Gypsy Language
First published in 1909, this remains essential reading for anyone interested in English Gypsy culture. In addition to a dictionary of English Romany words, this book includes chapters on names, fortune-telling and rare traditional songs.
Mazes and Labyrinths
Examining the development of the maze in Egyptian, Vretan & Etruscan cultures, it also details the labyrinth in art, dance & literature & details the sacred significance of the maze in a variety of contexts. Includes the original meticulous illustrations.
Mysteries Of The Druids
First published in 1861, the author traces the history of the druids, their origins, activities, destruction and survival. This compelling tale of ancient wisdom offers insights into many questions on druidry.
The Ancient Wisdom
This is Annie Besant`s classic introduction to Theosophy. First published in 1897, it has outlived us all but the work still remains a classic, one to sit snugly on any theosophist`s bookshelf.
The Fairy Faith in Celtic Countries
Evans-Wentz presents a body of tradition and testimony about an elusive order that survives in the natural setting of wild and lonely places — a classic study of the luminous reality of leprechauns, pixies, and other fairy spirits.
A Complete System of Occult Philosophy.
Published in 1801, this was a groundbreaking work exploring all aspects of the subject. Including diverse examinations of the alchemical arts, metaphysics, natural magic, herbs and stones, magnetism and more. Also includes biographies of magical adepts.
The History Of Initiation
A detailed account of the rites, ceremonies, doctrines and
discipline of all the secret and mysterious institutions of the
The Hermetic Mystery
First published in 1850, it has been considered one of the most influential works on the spiritual interpretation of European alchemy.
The Sacred Magic Of Abra Melin The Mage
The Book of Abra-melin tells the story of an Egyptian mage who taught a system of magic to Abraham of Worms. First published in 1897, this text enjoyed a surge of popularity following this translation at the end of the 19th century. A Hermetic gem.
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