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Unknown: Picatrix

The Ancient Tome of Astral Magic - Newly Translated Step into the enigmatic realm of the "Picatrix", the legendary grimoire that has whispered through the corridors of time, offering the mysteries of the cosmos to those who dare to look within its pages. Newly translated, this ancient manuscript opens a portal to the medieval world of astrological magic, revealing secrets that have been shrouded in mystery for centuries. In this latest edition, the "Picatrix" is presented in a translation that maintains the mystical and arcane essence of the original text, yet renders it accessible to the contemporary seeker of hidden knowledge. Each page unfolds with wisdom from a bygone era, offering insights into a universe where the stars, planets, and celestial forces play a crucial role in the mystical arts. Rooted in the 11th-century Arabic work "Gh¿yat al-¿ak¿m," the "Picatrix" encompasses an extensive range of esoteric topics - from astrological theory and talismanic magic to philosophical musings and occult practices. It is not merely a book; it is a journey through the constellations of ancient knowledge, where each chapter guides the reader deeper into the labyrinth of the unseen. Whether you are a scholar of the occult, a practitioner of the magical arts, or a curious explorer of ancient wisdom, the "Picatrix" offers a unique window into the world of medieval magic and astrology. Dive into the pages of the "Picatrix" and uncover the secrets of the stars. Let the ancient wisdom of the sages guide you through a mystical exploration that transcends time and space. Embrace the journey and let the magic begin.


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Verlag Miskatonic University Press
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 2024
Seitenangabe 332 S.
Meldenummer V103
Meldetext Folgt in ca. 5 Arbeitstagen
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Abbildungen Paperback
Masse H22.9 cm x B15.2 cm x D1.8 cm 482 g
Artikelart M-Text
Autor Unknown
Artikelnummer: 978-3-911031-09-7
Verfügbarkeit: Folgt in ca. 5 Arbeitstagen
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The Ancient Tome of Astral Magic - Newly Translated Step into the enigmatic realm of the "Picatrix", the legendary grimoire that has whispered through the corridors of time, offering the mysteries of the cosmos to those who dare to look within its pages. Newly translated, this ancient manuscript opens a portal to the medieval world of astrological magic, revealing secrets that have been shrouded in mystery for centuries. In this latest edition, the "Picatrix" is presented in a translation that maintains the mystical and arcane essence of the original text, yet renders it accessible to the contemporary seeker of hidden knowledge. Each page unfolds with wisdom from a bygone era, offering insights into a universe where the stars, planets, and celestial forces play a crucial role in the mystical arts. Rooted in the 11th-century Arabic work "Gh¿yat al-¿ak¿m," the "Picatrix" encompasses an extensive range of esoteric topics - from astrological theory and talismanic magic to philosophical musings and occult practices. It is not merely a book; it is a journey through the constellations of ancient knowledge, where each chapter guides the reader deeper into the labyrinth of the unseen. Whether you are a scholar of the occult, a practitioner of the magical arts, or a curious explorer of ancient wisdom, the "Picatrix" offers a unique window into the world of medieval magic and astrology. Dive into the pages of the "Picatrix" and uncover the secrets of the stars. Let the ancient wisdom of the sages guide you through a mystical exploration that transcends time and space. Embrace the journey and let the magic begin.


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Über den Autor Unknown

The author of "Picatrix" was likely a highly educated and intellectually versatile scholar, deeply rooted in the Arabic-speaking world of the 11th century. He was well-versed in a variety of disciplines, including astrology, alchemy, and philosophy, drawing on Greek, Persian, and Indian sources. As a participant in the Islamic Golden Age's rich scholarly tradition, he likely had access to extensive libraries and intellectual circles. His work suggests a blend of academic knowledge and practical application, indicating both theoretical understanding and hands-on experience in astrological and magical practices.

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