The Devil by Amelia Wilson is a concise look at the evolution of the devil over 2.5 millennia through art.
Below you will find our recent book reviews covering topics like Demonology, Magic & Mysticism, Witchcraft and Biblical Studies.
Kraig offers a cohesive and quite readable introduction for those interested in learning the foundations of ceremonial magick.
Pagels looks at traditional roles of gender and sexual relationships as influenced by the Genesis creation story.
First published in 1611, the King James Bible is still hailed today as a tremendous literary achievement and in some circles, the true authoritative Word of God.
With this book, Professor Gary Waite has written one of the clearest overviews of witchcraft and heresy in Europe during the 15th through 17th centuries.
First published in 1979, Yates covers a broad range of topics and key thinkers to show how fundamental occult thinking was during this time period.
Lost Christianities provides a fascinating overview of the events, writings, and politics that eventually led to the New Testament as we know it today.
Newcomb has taken Abramelin the Mage and modernized the rituals, explaining numerous paths one might take in order to achieve this objective.
Cohn’s book is a fascinating journey through the creation myths of the Egyptians, Mesopotamians, Vedic Indians and Zoroastrians
The book is a collection of 17 short stories, each focusing on a particular character’s point of view as they struggle with their own questions of identity.
The Da Vinci Code is a trite fugitive story with lots of historical inaccuracies.
Satan picks up where Russell’s earlier book – The Devil – left off, right after the New Testament.