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Books > Humanities > Religion & beliefs > Alternative belief systems > Occult studies

The Book of the Law (Paperback): Aleister Crowley The Book of the Law (Paperback)
Aleister Crowley
R383 Discovery Miles 3 830 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Book of the Law, the holy text that forms the basis of Thelema, was transmitted to Crowley by the entity known as Aiwass in Cairo, on three successive days during April 1904. Acting as a medium, Crowley recorded the communications on hotel notepads and later organized his automatic writing into a short, coherent document. Aiwass/Crowley presents The Book of the Law as an expression of three god-forms in three chapters: Nuit, Hadit, and Ra-Hoor-Khuit.

Witchcraft: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback, New): Malcolm Gaskill Witchcraft: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback, New)
Malcolm Gaskill
R249 R199 Discovery Miles 1 990 Save R50 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Witchcraft is a subject that fascinates us all, and everyone knows what a witch is - or do they? From childhood most of us develop a sense of the mysterious, malign person, usually an old woman. Historically, too, we recognize witch-hunting as a feature of pre-modern societies. But why do witches still feature so heavily in our cultures and consciousness? From Halloween to superstitions, and literary references such as Faust and even Harry Potter, witches still feature heavily in our society. In this Very Short Introduction Malcolm Gaskill challenges all of this, and argues that what we think we know is, in fact, wrong. Taking a historical perspective from the ancient world to contemporary paganism, Gaskill reveals how witchcraft has meant different things to different people and that in every age it has raised questions about the distinction between fantasy and reality, faith and proof. Telling stories, delving into court records, and challenging myths, Gaskill examines the witch-hunts of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and explores the reinvention of witchcraft - as history, religion, fiction, and metaphor. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

Witchcraft: The Basics (Paperback): Marion Gibson Witchcraft: The Basics (Paperback)
Marion Gibson
R566 Discovery Miles 5 660 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Witchcraft: The Basics is an accessible and engaging introduction to the scholarly study of witchcraft, exploring the phenomenon of witchcraft from its earliest definitions in the Middle Ages through to its resonances in the modern world. Through the use of two case studies, this book delves into the emergence of the witch as a harmful figure within western thought and traces the representation of witchcraft throughout history, analysing the roles of culture, religion, politics, gender and more in the evolution and enduring role of witchcraft. Key topics discussed within the book include: The role of language in creating and shaping the concept of witchcraft The laws and treatises written against witchcraft The representation of witchcraft in early modern literature The representation of witchcraft in recent literature, TV and film Scholarly approaches to witchcraft through time The relationship between witchcraft and paganism With an extensive further reading list, summaries and questions to consider at the end of each chapter, Witchcraft: The Basics is an ideal introduction for anyone wishing to learn more about this controversial issue in human culture, which is still very much alive today.

Visions of Isobel Gowdie - Magic, Witchcraft and Dark Shamanism in Seventeenth-Century Scotland (Hardcover, New): Emma Wilby Visions of Isobel Gowdie - Magic, Witchcraft and Dark Shamanism in Seventeenth-Century Scotland (Hardcover, New)
Emma Wilby
R2,070 R1,600 Discovery Miles 16 000 Save R470 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The confessions of Isobel Gowdie are widely recognised as the most extraordinary on record in Britain. Their descriptive power and vivid imagery have attracted considerable interest on both academic and popular levels. Among historians, the confessions are celebrated for providing a unique insight into the way fairy beliefs and witch beliefs interacted in the early modern mind; more controversially, they are also cited as evidence for the existence of Shamanistic visionary traditions, of pre-Christian origin, in Scotland in this period. On a popular level the confessions of Isobel Gowdie have, above any other British witch-trial records, influenced the formation of the ritual traditions of Wicca. The authors discovery of the original trial records (currently being authenticated by the National Archives of Scotland), deemed lost for nearly 200 years, provides a starting point for an interdisciplinary look at the confessions and the woman behind them. Using historical, psychological, comparative religious and anthropological perspectives this book sets out to separate the voice of Isobel Gowdie from that of her interrogators, and to determine the experiences and beliefs which may have generated her confessions. The book explores: How far did those accused of witchcraft self-consciously practice harmful magic? Did they really believe themselves to have made a Pact with an envisioned Devil? Did they ever participate in ecstatic cult rituals? The author argues that close analysis of Isobels testimony supports the view that in seventeenth-century Britain popular spirituality was shaped by a deep interaction between Christian teachings and shamanistic visionary traditions, of pre-Christian origin. These findings confirm the value of witchcraft confessions as unique windows into the complexities of the early modern religious imagination.

Solomon's Secret Arts - The Occult in the Age of Enlightenment (Hardcover): Paul Kleber Monod Solomon's Secret Arts - The Occult in the Age of Enlightenment (Hardcover)
Paul Kleber Monod
R793 R748 Discovery Miles 7 480 Save R45 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries are known as the Age of Enlightenment, a time of science and reason. But in this illuminating book, Paul Monod reveals the surprising extent to which Newton, Boyle, Locke, and other giants of rational thought and empiricism also embraced the spiritual, the magical, and the occult. Although public acceptance of occult and magical practices waxed and waned during this period they survived underground, experiencing a considerable revival in the mid-eighteenth century with the rise of new anti-establishment religious denominations. The occult spilled over into politics with the radicalism of the French Revolution and into literature in early Romanticism. Even when official disapproval was at its strongest, the evidence points to a growing audience for occult publications as well as to subversive popular enthusiasm. Ultimately, finds Monod, the occult was not discarded in favour of reason but was incorporated into new forms of learning. In that sense, the occult is part of the modern world, not simply a relic of an unenlightened past, and is still with us today.

Demon Lovers - Witchcraft, Sex and the Crisis of Belief (Paperback, New edition): Walter Stephens Demon Lovers - Witchcraft, Sex and the Crisis of Belief (Paperback, New edition)
Walter Stephens
R738 Discovery Miles 7 380 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

On September 20, 1587, Walpurga Hausmannin of Dillingen in southern Germany was burned at the stake as a witch. Although she had confessed to committing a long list of "maleficia" (deeds of harmful magic), including killing forty--one infants and two mothers in labor, her evil career allegedly began with just one heinous act--sex with a demon. Fornication with demons was a major theme of her trial record, which detailed an almost continuous orgy of sexual excess with her diabolical paramour Federlin "in many divers places, . . . even in the street by night."
As Walter Stephens demonstrates in "Demon Lovers," it was not Hausmannin or other so-called witches who were obsessive about sex with demons--instead, a number of devout Christians, including trained theologians, displayed an uncanny preoccupation with the topic during the centuries of the "witch craze." Why? To find out, Stephens conducts a detailed investigation of the first and most influential treatises on witchcraft (written between 1430 and 1530), including the infamous "Malleus Maleficarum" ("Hammer of Witches").
Far from being credulous fools or mindless misogynists, early writers on witchcraft emerge in Stephens's account as rational but reluctant skeptics, trying desperately to resolve contradictions in Christian thought on God, spirits, and sacraments that had bedeviled theologians for centuries. Proof of the physical existence of demons--for instance, through evidence of their intercourse with mortal witches--would provide strong evidence for the reality of the supernatural, the truth of the Bible, and the existence of God. Early modern witchcraft theory reflected a crisis of belief--a crisis that continues tobe expressed today in popular debates over angels, Satanic ritual child abuse, and alien abduction.

The Devil: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback, New): Darren Oldridge The Devil: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback, New)
Darren Oldridge
R221 R197 Discovery Miles 1 970 Save R24 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Why do the innocent suffer in a world created by a loving God? Does this mean that God cannot prevent this suffering, despite His supposed omnipotence? Or is God not loving after all? This in brief is 'the problem of evil'. The Devil provides one solution to this problem: his rebellion against God and hatred of His works is responsible for evil. The Christian Devil has fascinated writers and theologians since the time of the New Testament, and inspired many dramatic and haunting works of art. Today he remains a potent image in popular culture. The Devil: A Very Short Introduction presents an introduction to the Devil in the history of ideas and the lives of real people. Darren Oldridge shows us that he is a more important figure in western history than is often appreciated, and also a richly complex and contradictory one. Oldridge focuses on three main themes: the idea of the Devil being integral to western thought from the early Middle Ages to the beginnings of modernity; the principle of 'demonic inversion' (the idea that as the eternal leader of the opposition, the Devil represents the mirror image of goodness); and the multiplicity and instability of ideas about the Devil. While belief in the Devil has declined, the idea of an abstract force of evil is still remarkably strong. Oldridge concludes by exploring 'demonological' ways of thinking in our own time, including allegations of 'satanic ritual abuse' and the on-going 'war on terror'. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

Physics and Psychics - The Occult and the Sciences in Modern Britain (Hardcover): Richard Noakes Physics and Psychics - The Occult and the Sciences in Modern Britain (Hardcover)
Richard Noakes
R2,434 Discovery Miles 24 340 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is the first systematic exploration of the intriguing connections between Victorian physical sciences and the study of the controversial phenomena broadly classified as psychic, occult and paranormal. These phenomena included animal magnetism, spirit-rapping, telekinesis and telepathy. Richard Noakes shows that psychic phenomena interested far more Victorian scientists than we have previously assumed, challenging the view of these scientists as individuals clinging rigidly to a materialistic worldview. Physicists, chemists and other physical scientists studied psychic phenomena for a host of scientific, philosophical, religious and emotional reasons, and many saw such investigations as exciting new extensions to their theoretical and experimental researches. While these attempted extensions were largely unsuccessful, they laid the foundations of modern day explorations of the connections between physics and psychic phenomena. This revelatory study challenges our view of the history of physics, and deepens our understanding of the relationships between science and the occult, and science and religion.

Satanic Rituals (Paperback): Anton Szandor LaVey Satanic Rituals (Paperback)
Anton Szandor LaVey 1
R212 R150 Discovery Miles 1 500 Save R62 (29%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Witchcraft for Beginners - A Basic Guide For Modern Witches To Find Their Own Path And Start Practicing To Learn Spells And... Witchcraft for Beginners - A Basic Guide For Modern Witches To Find Their Own Path And Start Practicing To Learn Spells And Magic Rituals Using Esoteric And Occult Elements Like Herbs And Crystals (Paperback)
Diane J Lockhart
R371 Discovery Miles 3 710 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Witches and Neighbours - The Social and Cultural Context of European Witchcraft (Paperback, 2nd Edition): Robin Briggs Witches and Neighbours - The Social and Cultural Context of European Witchcraft (Paperback, 2nd Edition)
Robin Briggs
R923 R861 Discovery Miles 8 610 Save R62 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Witches and Neighbours "is a highly original and unconventional analysis of a fascinating historical phenomenon. Unlike other studies of the subject which focus on the mechanisms of persecution, this book presents a rich picture of witchcraft as an all-pervasive aspect of life in early modern Europe.

Robin Briggs combines recent research with his own investigations to produce a brilliant and compelling account of the central role of witchcraft in the past. Although the history of witchcraft can only be studied through records of persecutions, these reveal that trials were unusual in everyday life and that witchcraft can be viewed as a form of therapy. Witchcraft was also an outlet and expression of many fundamental anxieties of society and individuals in a time when life was precarious. The book argues that witchcraft - its belief and persecutions - cannot be explained by general causes but was as complex and changing as the society of which it formed a vital part.

Since its original publication in 1996, this book has become the standard work on the subject of witchcraft. It now appears in a revised edition with an updated bibliography.

This book is not available from Blackwell in the United States and the Philippines.

Book Of Shadows - 150 Spells, Charms, Potions and Enchantments for Wiccans - Witches Spell Book - Perfect for both practicing... Book Of Shadows - 150 Spells, Charms, Potions and Enchantments for Wiccans - Witches Spell Book - Perfect for both practicing Witches or beginners. (Paperback)
Shadow Books
R147 Discovery Miles 1 470 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Ghost Hunters (Paperback): Deborah Blum Ghost Hunters (Paperback)
Deborah Blum
R364 R299 Discovery Miles 2 990 Save R65 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In Victorian Britain, a group of eminent scientists got together to found a society expressly to prove the existence of ghosts. The age of Darwin represented the greatest scientific advances known to man. The tension between science and religion was exposed by Darwin's On the Origin of the Species in 1859, which challenged the basic tenets of belief. Yet many of those in the forefront of the scientific revolution could not give up the idea of a higher reality. Life after death was the unknown frontier. Victorian society was full of mediums claiming they could communicate with the spirits of the dead. Baffling psychic phenomena occurred every day at seances: mysterious rappings were heard, furniture moved, ghostly forms appeared, the mediums spoke in the altered voices of the dead with information only their nearest could possibly know. Pyschometry involving locks of hair and watches and children's toys; telepathy; ouija boards; apparitions; astral projection: all were commonplace. In 1882 the Society of Psychical Research was founded in London to investigate all these phenomena: it was a group led by some of the greatest scientists of the age but its membership also included Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Leslie Stephen, Virginia Woolf's father, John Ruskin, the Reverend Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) and Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain). Six months later William James, Professor of Psychology at Harvard, and the brother of Henry James visited London and went on to set up American branch. Their experiments went on for years. Many mediums, like the notorious Madame Blavatsky, were exposed as charlatans yet there were some mediums who continued to communicate directly with another world, who despite every rigorous scientific test seemed to prove that souls survived death. This is the story of this group of forward thinkers: many of whom were driven to the spirit world by personal tragedy, some whose feeling of loss lead to their own suicides. It is the story of the greatest ghost hunt of any age.

At Satan's Altar - A Collection of Prayers, Chants, Affirmations, Hymns, and Rituals (Paperback): Marie Ravensoul At Satan's Altar - A Collection of Prayers, Chants, Affirmations, Hymns, and Rituals (Paperback)
Marie Ravensoul
R349 Discovery Miles 3 490 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Fundamental Book of Sigil Magick (Paperback): K. P. Theodore The Fundamental Book of Sigil Magick (Paperback)
K. P. Theodore
R352 Discovery Miles 3 520 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
In the Company of Demons - Unnatural Beings, Love, and Identity in the Italian Renaissance (Paperback): Armando Maggi In the Company of Demons - Unnatural Beings, Love, and Identity in the Italian Renaissance (Paperback)
Armando Maggi
R770 Discovery Miles 7 700 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Who are the familiar spirits of classical culture and what is their relationship to Christian demons? In its interpretation of Latin and Greek culture, Christianity contends that Satan is behind all classical deities, semi-gods, and spiritual creatures, including the gods of the household, the lares and penates." "But with "In the Company of Demons," the world's leading demonologist Armando Maggi argues that the great thinkers of the Italian Renaissance had a more nuanced and perhaps less sinister interpretation of these creatures or spiritual bodies.
Maggi leads us straight to the heart of what Italian Renaissance culture thought familiar spirits were. Through close readings of Giovan Francesco Pico della Mirandola, Strozzi Cigogna, Pompeo della Barba, Ludovico Sinistrari, and others, we find that these spirits or demons speak through their sudden and striking appearances--their very bodies seen as metaphors to be interpreted. The form of the body, Maggi explains, relies on the spirits' knowledge of their human interlocutors' pasts. But their core trait is compassion, and sometimes their odd, eerie arrivals are seen as harbingers or warnings to protect us. It comes as no surprise then that when spiritual beings distort the natural world to communicate, it is vital that we begin to listen.

Alchemy Tried in the Fire - Starkey, Boyle, and the Fate of Helmontian Chymistry (Paperback): William R. Newman, Lawrence M.... Alchemy Tried in the Fire - Starkey, Boyle, and the Fate of Helmontian Chymistry (Paperback)
William R. Newman, Lawrence M. Principe
R829 Discovery Miles 8 290 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

What actually took place in the private laboratory of a mid-seventeenth century alchemist? How did he direct his quest after the secrets of Nature? What instruments and theoretical principles did he employ?
Using, as their guide, the previously misunderstood interactions between Robert Boyle, widely known as "the father of chemistry," and George Starkey, an alchemist and the most prominent American scientific writer before Benjamin Franklin as their guide, Newman and Principe reveal the hitherto hidden laboratory operations of a famous alchemist and argue that many of the principles and practices characteristic of modern chemistry derive from alchemy. By analyzing Starkey's extraordinary laboratory notebooks, the authors show how this American "chymist" translated the wildly figurative writings of traditional alchemy into quantitative, carefully reasoned laboratory practice--and then encoded his own work in allegorical, secretive treatises under the name of Eirenaeus Philalethes. The intriguing "mystic" Joan Baptista Van Helmont--a favorite of Starkey, Boyle, and even of Lavoisier--emerges from this study as a surprisingly central figure in seventeenth-century "chymistry." A common emphasis on quantification, material production, and analysis/synthesis, the authors argue, illustrates a continuity of goals and practices from late medieval alchemy down to and beyond the Chemical Revolution.
For anyone who wants to understand how alchemy was actually practiced during the Scientific Revolution and what it contributed to the development of modern chemistry, "Alchemy Tried in the Fire" will be a veritable philosopher's stone.

Witchcraft, Violence and Democracy in South Africa (Paperback, 2nd ed.): Adam Ashforth Witchcraft, Violence and Democracy in South Africa (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Adam Ashforth
R770 Discovery Miles 7 700 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

How does democracy fare when the people governed insist they live in a world with witches? If the government of a people afflicted by witchcraft refuses to punish witches, how does it avoid becoming alienated from the perceived needs of its people or, worse, seen as being in league with witches? In Soweto, South Africa, the constant threat of violent crime, the increase in black socio-economic inequality, the AIDS pandemic, and a widespread fear of witchcraft have converged to create a pervasive sense of insecurity among citizens and a unique public policy problem for government.
In "Witchcraft, Violence, and Democracy in South Africa, " Adam Ashforth examines how people in Soweto and other parts of post-apartheid South Africa manage their fear of 'evil forces' such as witchcraft. Ashforth examines the dynamics of insecurity in the everyday life of Soweto at the turn of the twenty-first century. He develops a new framework for understanding occult violence as a form of spiritual insecurity and documents new patterns of interpretation attributing agency to evil forces. Finally, he analyzes the response of post-apartheid governments to issues of spiritual insecurity and suggests how these matters pose severe long-term challenges to the legitimacy of the democratic state.

Wicca Book of Herbal Spells - A Beginner's Book of Shadows for Wiccans, Witches, and Other Practitioners of Herbal Magic... Wicca Book of Herbal Spells - A Beginner's Book of Shadows for Wiccans, Witches, and Other Practitioners of Herbal Magic (Paperback)
Lisa Chamberlain
R170 Discovery Miles 1 700 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Book of Abramelin - A New Translation (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition): Abraham Von Worms Book of Abramelin - A New Translation (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition)
Abraham Von Worms; Edited by George Dehn; Foreword by Lon Milo DuQuette; Translated by Steven Guth; Compiled by George Dehn
R1,061 Discovery Miles 10 610 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Black Magic and Bogeymen - Fear, Rumour and Popular Belief in the North of Ireland 1972-74 (Hardcover): Richard Jenkins Black Magic and Bogeymen - Fear, Rumour and Popular Belief in the North of Ireland 1972-74 (Hardcover)
Richard Jenkins
R972 R810 Discovery Miles 8 100 Save R162 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is an analysis of a popular scare about black magic and Satanism in the North of Ireland between 1972 and 1974. The book gives an insight into a particularly grim period during the early 1970s in Northern Ireland, using an extremely unusual episode - the black magic rumours - as a privileged window onto a world that may now be behind us, but which continues to fascinate many readers. The book provides a fascinating insight into some of the problems and procedures of social history. The author demonstrates that phenomena like the black magic rumours cannot be understood without taking a multidisciplinary approach, taking in perspectives and comparative evidence from anthropology, sociology, folklore and media studies.

Magia Planetaria - O Poder dos Planetas em Nossas Vidas (Portuguese, Paperback): Barbara Gardner Magia Planetaria - O Poder dos Planetas em Nossas Vidas (Portuguese, Paperback)
Barbara Gardner
R224 Discovery Miles 2 240 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Wicca Essential Oils Magic - A Beginner's Guide to Working with Magical Oils, with Simple Recipes and Spells (Paperback):... Wicca Essential Oils Magic - A Beginner's Guide to Working with Magical Oils, with Simple Recipes and Spells (Paperback)
Lisa Chamberlain
R167 Discovery Miles 1 670 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Underworld - Shamanism, Myth, Magick  Volume I (Paperback): Christopher Allaun Underworld - Shamanism, Myth, Magick Volume I (Paperback)
Christopher Allaun
R367 R266 Discovery Miles 2 660 Save R101 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Rediscovering Renaissance Witchcraft (Paperback): Marion Gibson Rediscovering Renaissance Witchcraft (Paperback)
Marion Gibson
R768 Discovery Miles 7 680 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Rediscovering Renaissance Witchcraft is an exploration of witchcraft in the literature of Britain and America from the 16th and 17th centuries through to the present day. As well as the themes of history and literature (politics and war, genre and intertextuality), the book considers issues of national identity, gender and sexuality, race and empire, and more. The complex fascination with witchcraft through the ages is investigated, and the importance of witches in the real world and in fiction is analysed. The book begins with a chapter dedicated to the stories and records of witchcraft in the Renaissance and up until the English Civil War, such as the North Berwick witches and the work of the `Witch Finder Generall' Matthew Hopkins. The significance of these accounts in shaping future literature is then presented through the examination of extracts from key texts, such as Shakespeare's Macbeth and Middleton's The Witch, among others. In the second half of the book, the focus shifts to a consideration of the Romantic rediscovery of Renaissance witchcraft in the eighteenth century, and its further reinvention and continued presence throughout the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first centuries, including the establishment of witchcraft studies as a subject in its own right, the impact of the First World War and end of the British Empire on witchcraft fiction, the legacy of the North Berwick, Hopkins and Salem witch trials, and the position of witchcraft in culture, including filmic and televisual culture, today. Equipped with an extensive list of primary and secondary sources, Rediscovering Renaissance Witchcraft is essential reading for all students of witchcraft in modern British and American culture and early modern history and literature.

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