Ancient Persian Occult Mysticism, Magic, and Astrology - ROBERT SEPEHR
Demons, genies (jinn), and disincarnate spirits permeate ancient occult traditions in the Middle East and neighboring countries. An early 20th-century Persian manuscript on magic and astrology provides a glimpse into this mystical world with dozens of watercolor illustrations of metaphysical and otherworldly creatures, and a book of spells listing incantation and talismans from pre-Islamic Iran, Arabian Peninsula, and Egypt.
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The Venetian Black Nobility and Baroque
Much of what is now part of European secret societies was imported by the Knights Templar, consisting of veiled symbols of what some define as goddess worship, venerated by Gnostics from ancient Egypt, Cathars, Rosicrucians, and whose occult philosophy can be traced back to Babylon, ancient Sumer, and even earlier.
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Robert Sepehr is an anthropologist and author
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