Magus Celestial Intelligencer Occult Magic Grimoire Book
The Magus Celestial Intelligencer – The Magus Book actually comprised of two volumes covering the main occult work. Pages were beautifully redesigned in LaPulia Studio and now feature all colored images and tables.
- Produced by Francis Barrett, and first published in 1801 this work was to be the basis of teachings that Barrett use in his occult school, he ran with the ultimate intention of establishing an occult order.
- Much of the contents of the Magus is taken directly from De occulta philosophia libri tres (Books About Occult Philosophy,) by Cornelius Agrippa, including the Magical Elements (Heptameron). And other sources as indicated by Barrett himself: “we have collected out of the works of the most famous magicians, such as Zoroaster, Hermes, Apollonius, Simon of the Temple, Trithemius, Agrippa, Porta (the Neapolitan), Dee, Paracelsus, Roger Bacon, and a great many others….”
- The Magus Book actually comprised of two volumes covering the main occult work. Pages were beautifully redesigned in Lapulia Studio and now feature all colored images and tables.
- Book has 400 parchment pages and is bound in Italian brown leather that is hand aged in LaPulia Studio.
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