Newcomb has taken Abramelin the Mage and modernized the rituals, explaining numerous paths one might take in order to achieve this objective.
Below you will find our recent book reviews covering topics like Demonology, Magic & Mysticism, Witchcraft and Biblical Studies.
Pagels looks at traditional roles of gender and sexual relationships as influenced by the Genesis creation story.
Beyond Belief is a readable history of how Church orthodoxy evolved over the first 4 centuries.
Boccaccini traces the lineage of Jewish texts and looks for where the Qumran community fits in with Jewish literature.
Cohn’s book is a fascinating journey through the creation myths of the Egyptians, Mesopotamians, Vedic Indians and Zoroastrians
The Dictionary of Ancient Deities is an excellent resource for anyone interested in the mythologies of pretty much every culture.
For a general A-Z reference guide to angels and demons, Davidson’s Dictionary of Angels is pretty comprehensive.
The Dictionary of Native American Mythology is an A-Z collection of myths and rituals of the Native American peoples spanning from Northern Mexico to the Arctic Circle.
Does She or Doesn’t She is about a scatterbrained housewife and mom named Delilah, who is a fledgling soap opera writer on the side.