Kraig offers a cohesive and quite readable introduction for those interested in learning the foundations of ceremonial magick.
Below you will find our recent magic & mysticism book reviews including books on Elizabethan occult philosophy and the modern magickal movements of the Golden Dawn and Aleister Crowley.
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.
Newcomb has taken Abramelin the Mage and modernized the rituals, explaining numerous paths one might take in order to achieve this objective.
Lon Milo Duquette writes a quirky autobiography of his life as a practicing magician.
Walker paints a clear portrait of the magical philosophies that grew up with Renaissance thought.