The Sorceress A Study in Middle Age Superstition A Complete Translation of Jules Michelet by A.R. Allinson
The Sorceress A Study in Middle Age Superstition A Complete Translation of Jules Michelet by A.R. Allinson, published in 1904. True First edition issued in Paris. Sections Include: Death of the Gods, What Drove the Middle Ages to Dispeair The Little Demon of the Hearth and Home, Robin Goodfellow, Temptations, Diabolical Possessions, The Pact with Satan, King of the Dead, Prince of Nature, Satan the Healer, Charms and Love Potions, Witches Sabbath, The Black Mass, The Sorceress in Her Decadence, Satan Multiplied and Vulgarized, Persecutions, The Basque Witches, The Nuns of Loudun, Urbain Grandier, etc. etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear, gilt bright on spine.
Transcendental Magic It’s Doctrine and Ritual
Transcendental Magic It’s Doctrine and Ritual by Eliphas Levi Translated, Annotaged adn Introduced by Arthur Edward Waite, undated but appears to be circa 1940’s. Published and printed in England. Illustrated with plates. Hardcover in cream colored boards with red lettering. Light shelfwear to corners and ends and occasional light foxing throughout. Prior owners name on title page.
The Vampire His Kith and Kin