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A treatise on magic, or, On the intercourse between spirits and men
Frederick H. Quitman
|Other titles||On the intercourse between spirits and men|
|Statement||by Frederick Henry Quitman ..|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 21169|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 76 p.|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||87698015|
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A Treatise on Magic: Or, on the Intercourse Between Spirits and Men (Paperback) By Frederick Henry Quitman Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, Paperback.
Condition: New. Language: English. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Magic is the art of producing supernatural effects, by the agency of spirits.
If, for that purpose, a good spirit is employed. $ A Treatise on Magic: Intercourse Between Spirits and Men Paperback – June 4, by Frederick Henry Quitman (Author), Tarl Warwick (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Frederick Henry Quitman.
Treatise on magic, or, On the intercourse between spirits and men. Albany: Balance Press, (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Henry Quitman.
A Treatise on Magic: Intercourse Between Spirits and Men: Author: By On the intercourse between spirits and men book, Tarl: CategoryBH: Body/ Mind/Spririt: PublicationDate: Jun DescriptionBH: This short but intriguing work is the result of early 19th centur: Format: Paperback,68 Pages Pages: ISBN: On the intercourse between spirits and men: Responsibility: by Frederick Henry Quitman.
treatise. magic, or, on the. intercourse. between. spirits and men: with. annotations. by frederick henry quitman, professor of divinity, president of the lutheran clergy in the state of new-york, and minister of the gospel in rhinebeck, &c.
Treatise on magic | On the intercourse between spirits and men A previous copy 2 was withdrawn for transfer to University of Texas, 4/28/ This replacement copy in original wrappers rec'd 6/11/64 from cataloging.
Also available in digital form. LAC ecr LC. This book contains the Fifteen Rules for Magic (for soul control)--the soul, the white Magician, becoming manifest through its own inherent "magical" powers.
The human being is essentially and inherently divine. The soul is the means whereby&hellip. Treatise on magic | On the intercourse between spirits and men book the intercourse between spirits and men A previous copy 2 was withdrawn for transfer to University of Texas, 4/28/ This replacement copy in.
Quitman published his Treatise on Magic in as a means to explain some supposedly supernatural manifestations in Rhinebeck.' llus was followed by A Collection of Hymns and a Liturgy inco-edited by Augustus Wackerhagen,2 as well as a new Evangelical Catechism that same year, of which Quitman was the sole author.3 He would go on to preach.
A treatise on magic, or, On the intercourse between spirits and men: with annotations. Treatise on magic | On the intercourse between spirits and men A previous copy 2 was withdrawn for transfer to University of Texas, 4/28/ This replacement copy in original wrappers rec'd 6/11/64 from cataloging.
Elementary Spirits. The unseen entities said to inhabit the four elements; they are composed of the finest essence of each element.
The creatures of the AIR are called sylphs; of the EARTH= gnomes; of fire, salamanders; and of water, nymphs or Abbé de Villars (ca. ) is often cited as an authority on the subject, since he published a treatise entitled Comte de Gabalis.
The unseen entities said to inhabit the four elements; they are composed of the finest essence of each element. The creatures of the air are called sylphs; of the earth, gnomes; of fire, salamanders; and of water, nymphs or Abbé de Villars (ca.
) is often cited as an authority on the subject since he published a treatise entitled Comte de Gabalis (), from which a. Quitman's publications are: A Treatise on Magic, or the Intercourse between Spirits and Men (); An Evangelical Catechism, or a Short Exposition of the Principle Doctrines and Precepts of the Christian Religion (); Three Sermons, Preached Before the Evangelical Lutheran Synod in the town of Claverack, New York, September [the.
A Treatise on White Magic (paperback) By Alice Bailey (Author) This book contains the Fifteen Rules for Magic (for soul control)--the soul, the white Magician, becoming manifest through its own inherent "magical" powers.
This is the thread of consciousness, evolving in man through the efforts of the soul to contact and control its personality equipment; and evolving within the planet as the centre Hierarchy becomes increasingly able to impress the Plan on the minds of men. This book, therefore, contains the Fifteen Rules for Magic, and for soul control, based Reviews: Conjurations of Goetic spirits, old gods, demons and fairies are all part of a rich heritage of the magical search for treasure trove.
During the Middle Ages and Renaissance the British Monarchy gave out licenses to people seeking treasure in an effort to control such practices, and this is one reason why so many grimoires are full of conjurations and charms to help the magician find s: 3.
A Treatise on White Magic - Kindle edition by Bailey, Alice A. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Treatise on White s: MAN’S THREE ASPECTS - Part 1. MAN'S THREE ASPECTS.
One of the main means whereby man arrives at an understanding of that great sum total we call the Macrocosm—God, functioning through a solar system—is by an understanding of himself, and the Delphic injunction "Man, know thyself" was an inspired utterance, intended to give man the clue to the mystery of deity.
xxxviii. prodigious effects of imagination in those men or women who believe they hold intercourse with the demon xxxix. return and apparitions of souls after the death of the body, proved from scripture xl. apparitions of spirits proved from history xli.
more instances of apparitions xlii. A CALL TO SERVICE. In closing this treatise on the magical work of the individual aspirant I seek to do two things: 1. Indicate the immediate goal for students in.
Question: Is there is a candle spell or a spell that can make me irresponsible to women. Or for making a women want to have sex with me? Answer from Black Witch S. Yes! There are many spells you can try to make this desire a reality! The desire to be more attractive to others for the purpose of connection is important work – so thank you for being brave enough to ask how to do this type of work.
Popular ancient Jewish magic manuals reprinted in the late medieval period, such as Sefer ha-Razim (The Book of Mysteries) and Harba de-Moshe (The Sword of Moses), contain magical spells and formulas that could enable one to know the future, speak to the moon and stars or see the sun during the night.
The books claim that these powers, and much.