Ceremonial Magic

Agrippa, Henry Cornelius; The Philosophy of Natural Magic; Antwerp, 1531. Reprint; Chicago: de Laurence, 1919. Reprint; Secaucus: 1974. This work contains the first volume of

Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy. Later additions, which are rather quaint, are also included.

Agrippa, Henry Cornelius; Three Books of Occult Philosophy; 1553. First English translation published London, 1651. Reprint; London: Chthonios Books, 1986. This book is the first publication of Agrippa's complete magical work in over 300 years. It contains much of the magical lore of his time-particularly that concerning plants, animals, stones, the planets and elements. I've included it in this section because it contains much ceremonial magic as well as folk magic.

Barrat, Francis; The Magus: A Complete System of Occult Philosophy. 1801. New Hyde Park: 1967. This book culls much of the magical material that had been published in one form or another up until 1800.

Junius, Manfred M.; Practical Handbook of Plant Alchemy; New York: Inner Traditions International, 1985. A look at the "lesser work" of laboratory alchemy, a magical art.

Kraig, Donald; ModernMagick; St. Paul: Llewellyn Publications, 1988. A how-to course for the student who wishes to learn the practice of ceremonial magic.

Mathers, S.L. MacGregor, ed. and trans.; The Key of Solomon The King; New York: Weiser, 1972. One editor's version of a classic magical text, pieced together from various manuscript copies.

Regardie, Israel; The Golden Dawn; St. Paul: Llewellyn Publications, 1971. A classic manual detailing group magical workings.

Shah, Sayed Idries; The Secret Lore of Magic; New York: Citadel, 1970. Extracts from various magical texts.

Shah, Sirdal Ikbal Ali; Occultism: Its Theory and Practice; New York: Castle Books, N.D. More selections from old magical texts.

Thompson, C.J.S.; The Mysteries and Secrets of Magic; New York: The Olympia Press,

1972. This fascinating work contains extracts of rare, unpublished magical texts.

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