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Elizabethan Magic: The Art of the Magus (edition 1989)

by Robert Turner, Colin Wilson (Foreword)

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Title:Elizabethan Magic: The Art of the Magus
Authors:Robert Turner
Other authors:Colin Wilson (Foreword)
Info:Element Books (1989), Paperback, 208 pages
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Elizabethan Magic provides the reader with precise renditions and translations of the most important magical tracts of the Tudor era. Complete with extensive commentaries, it offers a fascinating insight into the colorful and often intriguing personalities of the time.

Included are the major works of John Dee, eminent scientist, astrologer and adviser to Queen Elizabeth I; Robert Fludd, an original thinker on Qabalah, Rosicrucianism and divinatory matters; Simon Forman, physician, astrologer and necromancer; Thomas Jones (alias Twm Sion Cati), Dee's elusive cousin; Robert Turner, astrological botanist and translator; and Edward Kelly, seer, conjurer and alchemist.
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