Bibliography of Occultism

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CONTENTS

Introduction

SUBJECT (Magic/Divination)

AUTHOR A B C D G H J K L M N P R S U W Y

TITLE A B C D G H J K L M N P R S U W Y

MEDIUM

Practical Occultism

Copyright

Acknowledgements



SUBJECT-CONTENTS

BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Bibliographies of Magic Bibliographies Online
Bibliographies of Occult Bibliographies Online

MAGIC BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Magic Bibliographies in Books
Magic Bibliographies Online

DIVINATION BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Divination Bibliographies in Books
Divination Bibliographies Online

GENERAL OCCULT BIBLIOGRAPHIES

General Occult Bibliographies as Books
-- Within Books
General Occult Bibliographies as Articles
General Occult Bibliographies Online

SUPPLEMENT

Occult-Related Bibliographies

SOURCES

Annotative and Listing Reservoirs



INTRODUCTION

This is an attempt to referentially identify the body of work surrounding practical occultism (ignoring speculative cosmology, morality, fictions like psychicism, and counselling wordplay). The academic might benefit most from the bibliographical data.

The information contained within this website attempts to emulate a relational database, searchable by SUBJECT (magic, divination, and general occult activities), AUTHOR (alphabetic listing of *last* names), TITLE (alphabetic listing of original title), and MEDIUM (books, periodicals, and online), interwoven for facility of reference.


COPYRIGHTS

Copyright nagasiva yronwode 2007-2666
All rights reserved.
Contact author for permission to reprint.


ENGLISH-LANGUAGE

monolinguist autodidact with absorptive qualities


PRACTICAL OCCULTISM

After many years of study and some years of practice of the arcane arts, my focus of interest and perpetuating reference efforts have narrowed to the twin operative categories of magic and divination. Magic considered herein qualifies as it employs tools to effect change toward desire at a distance using symbolism to leverage increased probability of manifestation. Divination, comparably, can take any form, and primarily attempts to derive information or sounding from an Oracle or through the use of common devices such as bones or cards.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

thanks to my Beloved, sri catyananda, aka catherine yronwode,
for all your wonderful suggestions, to the people at GOOGLE and my Sources for making this research possible.