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Philosophy Natural Magic

Philosophy Natural Magic

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 The Philosophy of Natural Magic, by Henry Cornelius Agrippa, L. W. de Laurence ed.[1913], at sacred-texts.com THE PHILOSOPHY OF NATURAL MAGIC By HENRY CORNELIUS AGRIPPA VON NETTESHEIM COUNSELOR TO CHARLES THE FIFTH, EMPEROR OF GERMANY, AND JUDGE OF THE PREROGATIVECOURT OFFICIAL EDITION A COMPLETE WORK ON Natural Magic, White Magic, Black Magic, Divination, Occult Binding, Sorceries,And Their Power. Unctions, Love Medicines And Their Virtues. The Occult Virtue OfThings Which Are In Them Only In Their Life Time, And Such As Remain In Them EvenAfter Their Death. The Occult Or Magical Virtue Of All Things, etc. Chicago, Ill., de Laurence, Scott & Co. [1913]Scanned, proofed and formatted at sacred-texts.com by John Bruno Hare, June 2008.This text is in the public domain in the US because it was published prior to1923.
 
 The Philosophy of Natural Magic, by Henry Cornelius Agrippa, L. W. de Laurence ed.[1913], at sacred-texts.comClick to enlargeDedicationTHIS WORKOF OCCULTPHILOSOPHY,OR NATURALMAGIC, BYTHAT PURE MYSTIC, THINKER AND TEACHER, SCHOLAR,STATESMAN, PHILOSOPHER AND AUTHOR,HENRY CORNELIUS AGRIPPAWAS BROUGHT FORTH BY HIM THOUGHSLANDER, EDICT, AND ENEMIES OPPOSED.HE LIVED,TOILED ANDTRIUMPHED INTHIS CAUSE.TO THOSEWHO HAVEA LOVE FORTRUTH ANDMYSTIC ARTTHIS NEWEDITION ISDEDICATED. The Philosophy of Natural Magic, by Henry Cornelius Agrippa, L. W. de Laurence ed.[1913], at sacred-texts.com[p. 6] AGRIPPA.Mr. Henry Morley, an eminent English scholar, in his Life of Cornelius Agrippa,makes these tributary statements:He secured the best honors attainable in art and arms; was acquainted with eightlanguages, being the master of six. His natural bent had been from early youth toa consideration of Divine Mysteries. To learn these and teach them to others hadbeen at all times his chief ambition. He is distinguished among the learned forhis cultivation of Occult Philosophy, upon which he has written a complete work.
 
 The Philosophy of Natural Magic, by Henry Cornelius Agrippa, L. W. de Laurence ed.[1913], at sacred-texts.com[p. 7] TABLE OF CONTENTS.INTRODUCTORY. EDITOR'S PREFACE15 EARLY LIFE OF AGRIPPA17 CORNELIUS AGRIPPA TO THE READER27 AGRIPPA TO TRITHEMIUS30 TRITHEMIUS TO AGRIPPA33 THE PHILOSOPHY OF NATURAL MAGIC CHAPTER I. How Magicians Collect Virtues from the Three-fold World, isDeclared in these Three Books37

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