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Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy Hardcover – February 1, 2005
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Cloth edition of a famous grimoire translated by Robert Turner. Complementary volume to "The Three Books of Occult Philosophy." Stephen Skinners introduction and notes clarify the importance and use of this work.
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Cloth edition of a famous grimoire translated by Robert Turner. Complementary volume to "The Three Books of Occult Philosophy." Stephen Skinner's introduction and notes clarify the importance and use of this work.
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In part a partial summary of some of Agrippa's writings, this facsimile of the English translation by the 17th century Cambridge scholar Robert Turner, comprises spurious essays on Geomancy and Magick under the name of Agrippa, The Heptameron of Peter of Abano, and books on Astrology and Demonolgy, concluding with the Arbatel, a largely Judeo-Christian outlook on the dangers of magic.
It is a very quick and easy read, despite the portions dealing with Geomancy and Astrology that even those serious about such subjects would find largely frustrating and incomprehensible.
The work largely remains of pure historical interest with not much of serious substance to an undertanding of Magic and Occult Philiosphy.