The New Encyclopedia of the Occult
Llewellyn Publications, 2003 - 555 Seiten
From "Aarab Zereq" to "Zos Kia Cultus," this is the most up-to-date, comprehensive guide to the history, philosophies, and personalities of Western occultism.
"This is an important source for libraries to have in their collections to assist anyone seeking information about the many aspects of occult traditions." --Booklist
"Greer delivers a well researched, informative, and unbiased encyclopedia... Highly recommended for all public libraries and where interest merits." --Library Journal
COVR Award Winner
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Review: The New Encyclopedia of the OccultNutzerbericht - Nathaniel Nathaniel - Goodreads
Well researched encyclopedia of the occult. What I love about it is that the author, even if he's a druid and a magician, remains open minded, yet objective. None of the terms in the encyclopedia ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: The New Encyclopedia of the OccultNutzerbericht - Jedidiah Gainey - Goodreads
Perfect. Exactly as advertised. Invaluable. This is the go to, without equivocation. I have yet to think of a subject which isn't covered satisfactorily. I would suggest the reader also pick up Lewis Spence's "Encyclopedia of Occultism" for cross-reference. Vollständige Rezension lesen
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