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A Treasury of Witchcraft

by Harry E. Wedeck

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Goe, and catche a falling starre,
Get with child a mandrake root,
Tell me, where all past yeares are,
Or who cleft the Divels foot.

- John Donne
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The term magic, has through the ages, acquired such varied connotations, by means of accretions and undertones of implications and extensions of reference and adaptations that a summary definition is elusive.
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A complete guide to the magical arts of witchcraft furnishes information on occult practices; spells, charms, and invocations; herbal lore; demonology; voodoo; and much more, all highlighted by more than one hundred black-and-white illustrations.
This source book of the magic arts traces man's attempts to achieve divinity from earliest times to the present, from ancient Babylonia to modern America. It offers a comprehensive examination of witchcraft in its diverse forms, including divination and astrology, lycanthropy and necromancy, and all the varieties of thaumaturgical practice.
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