Fifteenth-century document provides instructions — for the period's professional magicians and sorcerers — for evoking good and evil spirits, divining rare metals and treasures, warding off evil magic, healing illnesses, rendering oneself invisible, reading minds, working black magic, and... read more
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Fifteenth-century document provides instructions — for the period's professional magicians and sorcerers — for evoking good and evil spirits, divining rare metals and treasures, warding off evil magic, healing illnesses, rendering oneself invisible, reading minds, working black magic, and more. An entertaining medieval course in legerdemain and one of the most important books in the history of occultism.
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