this OCCULT BIBLIOGRAPHY is a data-list of references published
within BOOKS, MAGAZINE AND JOURNAL ARTICLES, and on WEBSITES.
the focus is primarily magic and divination.
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AUTHORS -- A
AUTHORS -- M
Melton, J. Gordon
and Poggi, Isotta.
Magic, Witchcraft, and Paganism in America:
a Bibliography Compiled from the Files of
the Institute for the Study of American Religion;
Garland Reference Library of Social Science ; Volume 105,
Magic. Witchcraft. Paganism. Cults. Sects in the United States.
Bibliography. Bibliographies, Institute for the Study of
American Religion1982, pp 231;
Religious Information Systems, 1988;
Taylor & Francis, 1992; pp 408;
Includes books, pamphlets, articles. Section essays but no annotations. Not science but potentially useful in certain studies as contextual sources. [BOB]
Emphasis is on contemporary pagan and magical religious communities in America, but discusses historic European roots. Contains 1,500 items, some annotated. [KIES]
A comprehensive bibliography of monographs and major studies in history and social sciences on the history of magic, witchcraft and related movements from colonial times to 1990. Includes African-American witchcraft. Appendix of current and discontinued periodicals. [NYPL]
Alchemy: a Bibliography of English-language Writings;
Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980, pp. 439.
Second Edition Online, http://www.cix.co.uk/~apritchard/bibliog.htm, 2004.
The purpose of this site is to compile and publish a second edition of my bibliography on alchemy which was first published in 1980 as Alchemy: a Bibliography of English-language Writings. The bibliography was originally compiled for my Library Association (now the Charted Institute of Library and Information Professionals) Fellowship thesis. The Fellowship was awarded with Distinction. The published bibliography was awarded the Besterman Medal for the best bibliography of 1980 and was well reviewed in the academic press. It has been out of print for quite some time. [2nd Edition Home Page]