Catalog Record: Art magic; or, Mudane, sub-mundane and super-mundane spiritism. A treatise in three parts and twenty-three dections: descriptive of art magic, spiritism, the different orders of spirits in the universe known to be related to, or in communication with man; together with directions for invoking, controlling, and discharging spirits, and the uses and abuses, dangers and possibilities of magical art | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Art magic; or, Mudane, sub-mundane and super-mundane spiritism. A treatise in three parts and twenty-three dections: descriptive of art magic, spiritism, the different orders of spirits in the universe known to be related to, or in communication with man; together with directions for invoking, controlling, and discharging spirits, and the uses and abuses, dangers and possibilities of magical art.

Main Author: Britten, William.
Related Names: Britten, Emma Hardinge d. 1899.
Language(s): English
Published: Chicago, Progressive Thinker Publ. House, 1898.
Subjects: Magic.
Spiritualism.
Note: Edited by Emma Hardinge Britten.
Copyrighted by William Britten.
Physical Description: 366 p. illus. (incl.ports.) plates. 23 cm.
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