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The Galdrabók
Paperback - English

This is a new translation and edition of the book of Icelandic magic first published by Samuel Weiser in 1989. The book has been out of print for several years, and this second edition includes a completely revised translation and the explanatory notes have been doubled. The text consists of a substantial topical introduction that covers the history, theory and practice of magic in Iceland in the medieval and early modern periods. This is followed by the translation of the Galdrab k itself with copious explanatory notes. There are also a number of appendices which contain magical material from other Icelandic books of magic as well as spells from other Germanic areas.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
EAN
9781885972439
Publication Date
03/03/2011
Pages
114
Dimension
21.59cm x 14.00cm x 0.69cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Flowers, Stephen E.
Stephen E. Flowers, Ph.D., and Crystal Dawn Flowers, husband and wife of more than 30 years, are the former heads of the Order of the Triskelion, a magical order dedicated to the practice of Carnal Alchemy. Stephen is the author of several books, including "Lords of the Left-Hand Path", and translator of "Secret Practices of the Sufi Freemasons". He is the director of the Woodharrow Institute for Germanic and Runic Studies. The authors live near Austin, Texas.




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