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Man, myth & magic : the illustrated encyclopedia of mythology, religion, and the unknown

Author: Richard Cavendish; C A Burland; Brian Innes
Publisher: New York : M. Cavendish, 1995.
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Major thematic areas of the encyclopedia include: Magic: the secret lore, Alchemy, Witches and witchcraft, Devils, demons and angels, Foretelling the future, Birds, plants and animals in myth and folklore, Nature, fertility and creation myths, Rites of passage, Symbols and Meanings, The heroʼs quest, Legendary lands and beasts, Western religions, Eastern religions, Ancient myths and legends, Folklore, primitive  Read more...
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Man, myth & magic.
New York : M. Cavendish, 1995
(OCoLC)760110689
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Cavendish; C A Burland; Brian Innes
ISBN: 185435731X 9781854357311
OCLC Number: 30363648
Description: 21 volumes (2976 pages) : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm
Contents: Vol. 1: Abbots Bromley, Aberdeen witches, Abominable snowman (yeti), Abracadabra, Achilles, Acorn, Acupuncture, Adonis, Africa, Afro-American lore, Agrippa, Ahriman, Ahura Mazda, Air, Aix-en-Provence nuns, Alchemy, Alexander the Great, Algonquin Indians, Alien visitors, All Hollowʼs Eve, Alligator, Aloes, Alphabet, Altar, Amazons, Amida, Amulet, Anabaptists, Anandamayi Ma, Ananse, Angels, Animals, Animism, St. Anthony, Antichrist, Antisemitism, Anubis, Aphrodite, Apollo, Apollonius, Apotheosis, Apparition, Apple, Aquarius, Aries, Aromatherapy, Arthur, Ash, Ashanti, Ashes, Asmodeus, Ass, Assyria, Astarte, Astral body, Astrology. Vol. 2: Atavism, Ate, Aten, Athene, Atlantis, Atlas, Atman, Atonement, Atilla, Attis, Augury, Aura, Australia, Automatic art, Auxonne nuns, Avalon, Axe, Ayurveda, Azande, Aztecs, Baal, Babylonia, Bacchus, Bahais, Balder, Bamberg witches, Baphomet, Baptism, Bards, Barrett, Basque witchcraft, Bat, Battle of bewitchment, Bear, Beelzebub, Belial, Bells, Beowulf, Berbers, Bermuda Triangle, Annie Besant, Bhagavad Gita, Bigfoot, Bilocation, Birds, Black madonnas, Black magic, Black mass, Black Muslims, William Blake, Madame Blavatsky, Blood, Blue, Bluebeard, Boar, Body, Bodhisattva, Jacob Boehme, Bogomils, Bones, Book of the Dead, Tibetan Book of the Dead, Borneo, Hieronymus Bosch, Brahman, Bran, Brazil, Bread, Breath, St. Brendan, Brer Rabbit, St. Brigit, Brittany, Brocken, Broomstick, Giordano Bruno. Vol. 3: Buddhism, Buffalo, Buildersʼs rites, Bull, Burial, Burning, Bushmen, Butterfly, Buzzard, Cabala, Cactus, Caduceus, Cagliostro, Calumet, Camelot, Camisards, Cancer, Candle, Cannibalism, Canonization, Capricorn, Cards, Cargo cults, Carole, Caste, Cat, Cathars, St. Catherine, Cauldron, Cave art, Caves, Edgar Cayce, Celts, Centaur, Ceres, Ceylon, Chakras, Chaldeans, Changeling, Channelling, Charon, Charm, Cherub, Chi, Childrenʼs games, Chimera, China, Chinese astrology, Christianity, Christian Science, Christmas, Circe, Circle, Clairvoyance, Cloud of unknowing, Clover, Coal, Cock, Cockleshell, Cockroach, Cokelers, Coleridge, Collective unconscious, Colours (colors). Vol. 4: Colour (color) therapy, Communistic religious movements, Congo, Conseilhero, Convulsionaries, Corn, Cornucopia, Cornwall, Correspondences, Corybantes, Cosmetics, Cosmogony, Cosmic joker, Costume, Coven, Cow, Coyote, Crab, Crane, Creation myths, Cremation, Crescent, Crete, Cronus, Crook, William Crookes, Crop Circles, Cross, Cross correspondences, Crossroads, Crow, Aleister Crowley, Crown, Crusade, Crystal gazing, Crystal therapy, Cu Chulainn, Cuckoo, Cult of the Dead, Cup, Cupid, Cure of Ars, Curse, Cybele, Cyclops, Cypress, Dahomey, Dalai Lama, Dance, Dance of death, Dancing mania, Daniel, Dante, Davenports, Davy Jones, Days and hours, Dead Sea Scrolls, Death, John Dee, Deism, Delphi, Demeter, Demons, Demiurge, Dervish, Devil, Diana. Vol. 5: Dionysus, Dioscuri, Directions, Disease, Diver, Divination, Divine principles, Divine right, Dodona, Dog, Dogon, Dolphin, Double, Doukhobors, Dove, Dowsing, Arthur Conan Doyle, Dracula, Dragon, Drama, Draupnir, Dravidians, Dreams, Drugs, Druids, Drum, Drummer of Tedworth, Druzes, Dryads, Dualism, Dung beetle, Dunkers, Dunmow Flitch, Dwarfs, Dying god, Ea, Eagle, Earth, East Anglian & Essex witches, Easter & Holy Week, Ebionites, Echo, Eckankar, Eckhart, Eclipse, Ecstasy, Ectoplasm, Edda, Mary Baker Eddy, Egg. Vol. 6: Films, Find of witches, Fingers, Finland, Finn, Fir, Fire, Firmament, First, First man, Fish, Flagellation, Flood, Flowers, Robert Fludd, Flying ointment, Folkplays, Folktales, Food and drink, Fool, Forces, Charles Fort, Dion Fortune, Forty, Founding of Rome, Fountain, George Fox, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Francis de Sales, Freemasonry, French Revolution, French witchcraft, Freud, Freyr, Freyjas, Frigg, Friday, Society of Friends (Quakers), Frog, Furies, Gabriel, Galahad, Games, Ganges, Garlic, Eileen Garrett, Garter, Gathas, Gawain, Uri Geller, Gematria, Gemini, Geomancy, German witchcraft, Germanen Order, Germanic mythology, Gesture, Ghazali, Ghost dance, Ghosts. Vol. 7: Egypt, Eisteddfod, El, Elder, Election, Elements & elementals, Elephant, Eleusis, Elixir of Life, End of the world, Enochian, Enthusiasm, Eros, Esalen, Eschatology, Esoteric Christianity, Essenes, Eternal return, Ethiopia, Etruscans, Eucharist, Euhemerism, European witch persecutions, Eve, Evil, Evil spirits, Evocation, Excalibur, Exclusive Brethren, Exorcism, Extra sensory perception, Eye, Ezekiel, Faceless goddesses, Fairies, Faith healing, Fakir, Familiars, Fan, Fasting, Fate, Faust, Feng shui, Fertility, Fetish, Ficino Marsilio, Fifteen, Fig. Vol. 8: Giants, Gilgamesh, Gilles de Rais, Girlingites, Glass Mountain, Glastonbury, Gnosticism, Goat, Goblins, Godiva, Goethe, Gog and Magog, Gold, Golden Dawn, Golden fleece, Gong, Golem, Good Shepard, Goose, Gorgons, Gospel, Gowdie, Grace, Graces, Grail, Great Beast, Great chain of being, Great Plains Indians, Greece, Green, Gremlin, Jean Grenier, Grimm, Grimoire, Griselda, Grove, Guardian spirits, Guinevere, Guisers, Gurdjieff, Edward Gurney, Gwydion, Gypsies, Hades, Hagiography, Hair, Halcyon, Halo, Hammer, Hand of Glory, Hanuman, Hara-kiri, Haranath, Hare, Hare Krishna, Harpy, Harranian religion, Harrowing of Hell, Harvest, Hasidism, Haunted houses, Hawk, Hawthorn, Hazel, Head, Head-dress, Headless spirits, Healing gods. Vol. 9: Heart, Hearth, Heather, Heaven, Hecate, Hegira, Helen of Troy, Hell, Hephaestus, Hera, Herbs, Hercules, Heresy, Hereward the Wake, Hermaphrodite, Hermes, Hermetica, Hermit, Hero, Hexagram, High gods, Walter Hilton, Hinduism, Hittites, Hobby horse, Hogmanay, Golda, Holiness movement, Hollow Earth, Holly and ivy, Holly rollers, D.D. Home, Homoeopathy (homeopathy), Homunculus, Honey, Hood, Hoodoo, Horns, Horoscope, Horse, Horseshoe, Horus, Hospitallers, Houri, House, Hunting magic, Hutterian Brethren (Hutterites), Hyena and jackal, Hymn, Hypnotism, Hysterical possession & witchcraft, Ibn Arabi, Ibo, I Ching, Iconography, Idol, Ignis Fatuus (foxfire), Ikhnaten. Vol. 10: Illuminati, Imhotep, Imitative magic, Immaculate conception, Immanent, Immortality, Imp, Incantation, Incarnation, Incas, Incense, Incest, Incubus and succubus, India, Initiation, Inquisition, Insects, Inspiration, Interrogation of the dead, Inuit, Inverted symbols, Invisibility, Iridology, Iron, Iroquois, Irving, Ishtar, Isis, Islam, Italian witchcraft, Ithyphallic, Jack, Jackal, Jade, Jaguar, Jains, Janus, Japan, Jehovahʼs Witnesses, Jerusalem, Jesus, Jewels, J.J. Jezreel, Jihad, Jinn, Joan of Arc, Job, John of the Cross, Jonah, Joseph of Arimathea, Joss stick, Journey, Judaism, Judas. Vol. 11: Judgement (judgment) of the dead, Julian of Norwich, Jung, Juno, Jupiter, Kali, Kama, Kamikaze, Karma, Kava, Kelpies, Keres, Key, Kikuyu, King, Kirlian photography, Knights Templar, Knot, Koran, Kraken, Krishna, Kundalini, Labyrinth, Ladder, Lamas, Lam, Lancelot, Landscape symbolism, Lao Tze, Lapland, Lares, Laurel, J.K. Lavater, Lead, Leaping and jumping, Left, Lemuria and Mu, Leo, Mrs. Leonard, Leprechaun, Leprosy, T.C. Lethbridge, Letters to the Dead, Eliphas Levi, Levitation, Leys, Libra, Light, Lilith, Lily, Limbo, Lingam, Lion, Guido von List, Little People, Liturgy, Liver, Lizard, Lleu, Loki, Lost Tribes of Israel, Lots, Lotus, Loudun Nuns, Lourdes, Love magic, Lucifer, Raymond Lull, Isaac Luria, Lycanthropy, Bulwer Lytton, Maat, Mabinogion, Macrocosm and microcosm, Madness, Maenads, Magi, Magic. Vol. 12: Magical papyri, Magical squares, Magnetism, Magpie and rook, Mahatmas, Mahayana, Mahdi, Maize, Malleus Maleficarum, Malta, Man, Mana, Mandala, Mandrake, Manes, Manichaeans, Manitou, Mankind United, Matthew Manning, Mantra, Maori, Marduk, Marriage & betrothal, Mars, Martinists, Martyrs, Mary, Masai, Masks, Mass, Master, S.L. Mathers, Mau Mau, Maya, May Day, Maze, Mecca & Medina, Meditation, Mediums, Medmenham Monks, Megalithic mysteries, Melanesia, Mendicants, Mennonites, Men in Black, Menstruation, Mephitic zone, Mephistopheles, Mercury, Merkabah, Merlin, Mermaids & mermen, Mesmerism, Mesopotamia, Messianic movements. Vol. 13: Mexico and Central America, Mezuzah, St. Michael, Midsummer Eve, Minerva, Minotaur, Miracles, Mirror, Mistletoe, Mithras, Modern witchcraft, Mohammed, Moharram, Moirae, Moly, Monkey, Monotheism, Montanists, Moon, Moonies, Morgan le Fay, Mormons, Morphic resonance, Morris dances, Moses, Mosque, Mother goddess, Mountain, Multiple personality, Mummification, Muses, Mushroom, Music, Mutilation, F.W.H. Myers, Myrrh, Myrtle, Mystery plays, Mystery religions, Mysticism, Nagas, Names, Navaho, Navel, Nazism, Near death experience, Necromancy, Necronomicon, Nemi, Neo-pagan German cults, Neo-Platonism, Teresa Neumann, New Age, New Guinea, New Templars, New Testament apocrypha, New thought, New Year, Nibelungenlied, Nichiren, Night, Nightingale, Nilotes, Nirvana. Vol. 14: North American Indians, North Berwick witches, Nostradamus, Nuer, Numerology, Nursery rhymes, Nymphs, Oak, Oath, Odin, Odysseus, Oedipus, Ohrmazd, Oil, Old age & witchcraft, Old Believers, Olive, Olympic games, Olympus, Omens, Opposites, Opus Anglicanum, Oracles, Ordeal, Orgy Orpheus & Orphism, Osiris, Ostrich, Ouija boards, Ouspensky, Out of the body experiences, Owl, Ozarks, Pacific North-West Indians, Pact, Padre Pio, Eusapia Palladino, Palm, Palmistry, Pan, Pandora, Pantheism, Papus, Paracelsus, Paradise, Parsees, Parsifal, Parthians, Path symbolism, St. Paul, Peacock, Pearl, Peculiar people, Pelican, Penance, Penates, Pentagram, Pentecostalist movement, Perfume, Permanent paranormal objects, Persephone, Peyote cults. Vol. 15: Phallic symbolism, Phantasms of the living, Pharisees, Philosopherʼs stone, Phoenicians & Cartaginians, Phoenix, Phrenology & physiognomy, Picatrix, Pieta, Pietism, Pig, Pilgrimage, Mrs. Piper, Pisces, Planchette, Planets, Plants, Platoʼs myths, Plotinus, Pluto, Plymouth Brethren, Pneuma, Poets, Poisoning, Poltergeists, Polynesia & Micronesia, Pontius Pilate, Poseidon, Possession, Prayer, Precognition, Predestination, Premonition, Pricking, Priests, H.J. Prince, Proclus, Prometheus, Prophecy, Prostitution, Psi, Psyche, Psychical research, Psychic attack, Psychic surgery, Psychokinesis, Psychometry, Psychotronics, Puck, Pueblo Indians, Punch and Judy, Purgatory Pygmies, Pyramidology, Pythagoras, Quartz, Queen of Sheba, Quetzalcoatl, Quicksilver, Quietism, Radiesthesia, Ragnarok, Rain, Rainbow, Ramakrishna, Ramana Maharshi, Rasputin, Raven, Re. Vol. 16: Rastafarians, Raudive voices, Redon, Reflexology, Refrigerium, Israel Regardie, Regression, Wilhelm Reich, Reincarnation, Relics, Religious architecture, Renaissance, Sister Maria Renata, Revelation, Revenant, Rice, Riddles, Ring, Rites of passage, Ritual, Ritual magic, Rivers, Robes, Robin, Robin Goodfellow, Robin Hood, Rock paintings, Rome, Rosary, Rose, Rose Cross, Rosemary, Rosicrucians, Rowan, Jalaluʼd-Din Rumi, Runes, G.W. Russell, Sabbath, Sacraments, Sacred magic of Abra-Melin, Sacrifice, Sadducees, Sadhu, Sagittarius, Sai Baba, Comte de St. Germain, St. Johnʼs Wort, Saints, Salem witches, Salmon, Salt, Satanism, Saturn, Satyrs, Scalping, Scandinavia, Scapegoat, Scarab, Schneider brothers, Science fiction and fantasy. Vol. 19: Theseus, Theurgy, Third eye, Thirteen, Thor, Thracian rider god, Three, Threshold, Throne mysticism, Thugs, Thunderbird, Thyrsos, Tiamat, Tibet, Tiger, Tiki, Time, Tinkers, Toad, Tobacco, Tongs, Torah, Totem, Touareg, Tower of Babel, Trance Transcendental Meditation, Treasure magic, Tree of Life, Trees, Trickster, Trinity, Tristan, Troll, Trout, Troy, Trumpet, Tulpa, Turin Shroud, Twelve, Twins, UFOs, St. Uncumber, Unicorn, United States of America, Uranus, Urine, Urban legends, Valhalla, Vampire, Vedanta, Vedas, Veddas, Vegetation spirits, Venus, Versailles, adventure, Vervain, Vesta, Vestal Virgins, Vibration, Vigil, Villa of the mysteries, Vine, Virgil, Virgin birth, Virginity, Virgin Mary. Vol. 20: Virgo, Vishnu, Visions, Voodoo, Wagner, A.E. Waite, Waldenses, Walsingham, Walworth Jumpers, Wand, Wandering Bishops, Wandering Jew, Water, Weather magic, Thomas Weir, Werewolf, Western mystery tradition, Whale, Wheel, White, White magic, Whitsun, Widdershins, Wild hunt, Wildwood, Mrs. Willett. Will-o-the-wisp, Willow, Wings, Winter, Wisdom literature, Wish, Wish-bone, Wishing well, Witchcraft, Wolf, Woman, Womenʼs mysteries, Woodpecker, Wraith, Wreath, Wren, J.M.H. Wronski (Hoene-Wronski), Wryneck, Yahweh, W.B. Yeats, Yew, Yggdrasil, Yin and yang, Yoga, Zealots, Zen, Zeus, Zion, Zodiac, Zombies, Zoroastrianism, Zulu, Zurvan.
Other Titles: Man, myth, and magic
Responsibility: editor-in-chief, Richard Cavendish ; editorial board, C.A. Burland [and others].

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Major thematic areas of the encyclopedia include: Magic: the secret lore, Alchemy, Witches and witchcraft, Devils, demons and angels, Foretelling the future, Birds, plants and animals in myth and folklore, Nature, fertility and creation myths, Rites of passage, Symbols and Meanings, The heroʼs quest, Legendary lands and beasts, Western religions, Eastern religions, Ancient myths and legends, Folklore, primitive beliefs and customs, psychology and the paranormal, The soul, Ghosts, vampires and hauntings, Mystics, Unorthodox Christians, Occultists and theosophists.

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schema:description"Vol. 10: Illuminati, Imhotep, Imitative magic, Immaculate conception, Immanent, Immortality, Imp, Incantation, Incarnation, Incas, Incense, Incest, Incubus and succubus, India, Initiation, Inquisition, Insects, Inspiration, Interrogation of the dead, Inuit, Inverted symbols, Invisibility, Iridology, Iron, Iroquois, Irving, Ishtar, Isis, Islam, Italian witchcraft, Ithyphallic, Jack, Jackal, Jade, Jaguar, Jains, Janus, Japan, Jehovahʼs Witnesses, Jerusalem, Jesus, Jewels, J.J. Jezreel, Jihad, Jinn, Joan of Arc, Job, John of the Cross, Jonah, Joseph of Arimathea, Joss stick, Journey, Judaism, Judas."@en
schema:description"Vol. 19: Theseus, Theurgy, Third eye, Thirteen, Thor, Thracian rider god, Three, Threshold, Throne mysticism, Thugs, Thunderbird, Thyrsos, Tiamat, Tibet, Tiger, Tiki, Time, Tinkers, Toad, Tobacco, Tongs, Torah, Totem, Touareg, Tower of Babel, Trance Transcendental Meditation, Treasure magic, Tree of Life, Trees, Trickster, Trinity, Tristan, Troll, Trout, Troy, Trumpet, Tulpa, Turin Shroud, Twelve, Twins, UFOs, St. Uncumber, Unicorn, United States of America, Uranus, Urine, Urban legends, Valhalla, Vampire, Vedanta, Vedas, Veddas, Vegetation spirits, Venus, Versailles, adventure, Vervain, Vesta, Vestal Virgins, Vibration, Vigil, Villa of the mysteries, Vine, Virgil, Virgin birth, Virginity, Virgin Mary."@en
schema:description"Vol. 16: Rastafarians, Raudive voices, Redon, Reflexology, Refrigerium, Israel Regardie, Regression, Wilhelm Reich, Reincarnation, Relics, Religious architecture, Renaissance, Sister Maria Renata, Revelation, Revenant, Rice, Riddles, Ring, Rites of passage, Ritual, Ritual magic, Rivers, Robes, Robin, Robin Goodfellow, Robin Hood, Rock paintings, Rome, Rosary, Rose, Rose Cross, Rosemary, Rosicrucians, Rowan, Jalaluʼd-Din Rumi, Runes, G.W. Russell, Sabbath, Sacraments, Sacred magic of Abra-Melin, Sacrifice, Sadducees, Sadhu, Sagittarius, Sai Baba, Comte de St. Germain, St. Johnʼs Wort, Saints, Salem witches, Salmon, Salt, Satanism, Saturn, Satyrs, Scalping, Scandinavia, Scapegoat, Scarab, Schneider brothers, Science fiction and fantasy."@en
schema:description"Vol. 2: Atavism, Ate, Aten, Athene, Atlantis, Atlas, Atman, Atonement, Atilla, Attis, Augury, Aura, Australia, Automatic art, Auxonne nuns, Avalon, Axe, Ayurveda, Azande, Aztecs, Baal, Babylonia, Bacchus, Bahais, Balder, Bamberg witches, Baphomet, Baptism, Bards, Barrett, Basque witchcraft, Bat, Battle of bewitchment, Bear, Beelzebub, Belial, Bells, Beowulf, Berbers, Bermuda Triangle, Annie Besant, Bhagavad Gita, Bigfoot, Bilocation, Birds, Black madonnas, Black magic, Black mass, Black Muslims, William Blake, Madame Blavatsky, Blood, Blue, Bluebeard, Boar, Body, Bodhisattva, Jacob Boehme, Bogomils, Bones, Book of the Dead, Tibetan Book of the Dead, Borneo, Hieronymus Bosch, Brahman, Bran, Brazil, Bread, Breath, St. Brendan, Brer Rabbit, St. Brigit, Brittany, Brocken, Broomstick, Giordano Bruno."@en
schema:description"Vol. 15: Phallic symbolism, Phantasms of the living, Pharisees, Philosopherʼs stone, Phoenicians & Cartaginians, Phoenix, Phrenology & physiognomy, Picatrix, Pieta, Pietism, Pig, Pilgrimage, Mrs. Piper, Pisces, Planchette, Planets, Plants, Platoʼs myths, Plotinus, Pluto, Plymouth Brethren, Pneuma, Poets, Poisoning, Poltergeists, Polynesia & Micronesia, Pontius Pilate, Poseidon, Possession, Prayer, Precognition, Predestination, Premonition, Pricking, Priests, H.J. Prince, Proclus, Prometheus, Prophecy, Prostitution, Psi, Psyche, Psychical research, Psychic attack, Psychic surgery, Psychokinesis, Psychometry, Psychotronics, Puck, Pueblo Indians, Punch and Judy, Purgatory Pygmies, Pyramidology, Pythagoras, Quartz, Queen of Sheba, Quetzalcoatl, Quicksilver, Quietism, Radiesthesia, Ragnarok, Rain, Rainbow, Ramakrishna, Ramana Maharshi, Rasputin, Raven, Re."@en
schema:description"Vol. 11: Judgement (judgment) of the dead, Julian of Norwich, Jung, Juno, Jupiter, Kali, Kama, Kamikaze, Karma, Kava, Kelpies, Keres, Key, Kikuyu, King, Kirlian photography, Knights Templar, Knot, Koran, Kraken, Krishna, Kundalini, Labyrinth, Ladder, Lamas, Lam, Lancelot, Landscape symbolism, Lao Tze, Lapland, Lares, Laurel, J.K. Lavater, Lead, Leaping and jumping, Left, Lemuria and Mu, Leo, Mrs. Leonard, Leprechaun, Leprosy, T.C. Lethbridge, Letters to the Dead, Eliphas Levi, Levitation, Leys, Libra, Light, Lilith, Lily, Limbo, Lingam, Lion, Guido von List, Little People, Liturgy, Liver, Lizard, Lleu, Loki, Lost Tribes of Israel, Lots, Lotus, Loudun Nuns, Lourdes, Love magic, Lucifer, Raymond Lull, Isaac Luria, Lycanthropy, Bulwer Lytton, Maat, Mabinogion, Macrocosm and microcosm, Madness, Maenads, Magi, Magic."@en
schema:description"Vol. 14: North American Indians, North Berwick witches, Nostradamus, Nuer, Numerology, Nursery rhymes, Nymphs, Oak, Oath, Odin, Odysseus, Oedipus, Ohrmazd, Oil, Old age & witchcraft, Old Believers, Olive, Olympic games, Olympus, Omens, Opposites, Opus Anglicanum, Oracles, Ordeal, Orgy Orpheus & Orphism, Osiris, Ostrich, Ouija boards, Ouspensky, Out of the body experiences, Owl, Ozarks, Pacific North-West Indians, Pact, Padre Pio, Eusapia Palladino, Palm, Palmistry, Pan, Pandora, Pantheism, Papus, Paracelsus, Paradise, Parsees, Parsifal, Parthians, Path symbolism, St. Paul, Peacock, Pearl, Peculiar people, Pelican, Penance, Penates, Pentagram, Pentecostalist movement, Perfume, Permanent paranormal objects, Persephone, Peyote cults."@en
schema:description"Vol. 5: Dionysus, Dioscuri, Directions, Disease, Diver, Divination, Divine principles, Divine right, Dodona, Dog, Dogon, Dolphin, Double, Doukhobors, Dove, Dowsing, Arthur Conan Doyle, Dracula, Dragon, Drama, Draupnir, Dravidians, Dreams, Drugs, Druids, Drum, Drummer of Tedworth, Druzes, Dryads, Dualism, Dung beetle, Dunkers, Dunmow Flitch, Dwarfs, Dying god, Ea, Eagle, Earth, East Anglian & Essex witches, Easter & Holy Week, Ebionites, Echo, Eckankar, Eckhart, Eclipse, Ecstasy, Ectoplasm, Edda, Mary Baker Eddy, Egg."@en
schema:description"Vol. 6: Films, Find of witches, Fingers, Finland, Finn, Fir, Fire, Firmament, First, First man, Fish, Flagellation, Flood, Flowers, Robert Fludd, Flying ointment, Folkplays, Folktales, Food and drink, Fool, Forces, Charles Fort, Dion Fortune, Forty, Founding of Rome, Fountain, George Fox, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Francis de Sales, Freemasonry, French Revolution, French witchcraft, Freud, Freyr, Freyjas, Frigg, Friday, Society of Friends (Quakers), Frog, Furies, Gabriel, Galahad, Games, Ganges, Garlic, Eileen Garrett, Garter, Gathas, Gawain, Uri Geller, Gematria, Gemini, Geomancy, German witchcraft, Germanen Order, Germanic mythology, Gesture, Ghazali, Ghost dance, Ghosts."@en
schema:description"Vol. 20: Virgo, Vishnu, Visions, Voodoo, Wagner, A.E. Waite, Waldenses, Walsingham, Walworth Jumpers, Wand, Wandering Bishops, Wandering Jew, Water, Weather magic, Thomas Weir, Werewolf, Western mystery tradition, Whale, Wheel, White, White magic, Whitsun, Widdershins, Wild hunt, Wildwood, Mrs. Willett. Will-o-the-wisp, Willow, Wings, Winter, Wisdom literature, Wish, Wish-bone, Wishing well, Witchcraft, Wolf, Woman, Womenʼs mysteries, Woodpecker, Wraith, Wreath, Wren, J.M.H. Wronski (Hoene-Wronski), Wryneck, Yahweh, W.B. Yeats, Yew, Yggdrasil, Yin and yang, Yoga, Zealots, Zen, Zeus, Zion, Zodiac, Zombies, Zoroastrianism, Zulu, Zurvan."@en
schema:description"Vol. 3: Buddhism, Buffalo, Buildersʼs rites, Bull, Burial, Burning, Bushmen, Butterfly, Buzzard, Cabala, Cactus, Caduceus, Cagliostro, Calumet, Camelot, Camisards, Cancer, Candle, Cannibalism, Canonization, Capricorn, Cards, Cargo cults, Carole, Caste, Cat, Cathars, St. Catherine, Cauldron, Cave art, Caves, Edgar Cayce, Celts, Centaur, Ceres, Ceylon, Chakras, Chaldeans, Changeling, Channelling, Charon, Charm, Cherub, Chi, Childrenʼs games, Chimera, China, Chinese astrology, Christianity, Christian Science, Christmas, Circe, Circle, Clairvoyance, Cloud of unknowing, Clover, Coal, Cock, Cockleshell, Cockroach, Cokelers, Coleridge, Collective unconscious, Colours (colors)."@en
schema:description"Vol. 12: Magical papyri, Magical squares, Magnetism, Magpie and rook, Mahatmas, Mahayana, Mahdi, Maize, Malleus Maleficarum, Malta, Man, Mana, Mandala, Mandrake, Manes, Manichaeans, Manitou, Mankind United, Matthew Manning, Mantra, Maori, Marduk, Marriage & betrothal, Mars, Martinists, Martyrs, Mary, Masai, Masks, Mass, Master, S.L. Mathers, Mau Mau, Maya, May Day, Maze, Mecca & Medina, Meditation, Mediums, Medmenham Monks, Megalithic mysteries, Melanesia, Mendicants, Mennonites, Men in Black, Menstruation, Mephitic zone, Mephistopheles, Mercury, Merkabah, Merlin, Mermaids & mermen, Mesmerism, Mesopotamia, Messianic movements."@en
schema:description"Vol. 9: Heart, Hearth, Heather, Heaven, Hecate, Hegira, Helen of Troy, Hell, Hephaestus, Hera, Herbs, Hercules, Heresy, Hereward the Wake, Hermaphrodite, Hermes, Hermetica, Hermit, Hero, Hexagram, High gods, Walter Hilton, Hinduism, Hittites, Hobby horse, Hogmanay, Golda, Holiness movement, Hollow Earth, Holly and ivy, Holly rollers, D.D. Home, Homoeopathy (homeopathy), Homunculus, Honey, Hood, Hoodoo, Horns, Horoscope, Horse, Horseshoe, Horus, Hospitallers, Houri, House, Hunting magic, Hutterian Brethren (Hutterites), Hyena and jackal, Hymn, Hypnotism, Hysterical possession & witchcraft, Ibn Arabi, Ibo, I Ching, Iconography, Idol, Ignis Fatuus (foxfire), Ikhnaten."@en
schema:description"Vol. 8: Giants, Gilgamesh, Gilles de Rais, Girlingites, Glass Mountain, Glastonbury, Gnosticism, Goat, Goblins, Godiva, Goethe, Gog and Magog, Gold, Golden Dawn, Golden fleece, Gong, Golem, Good Shepard, Goose, Gorgons, Gospel, Gowdie, Grace, Graces, Grail, Great Beast, Great chain of being, Great Plains Indians, Greece, Green, Gremlin, Jean Grenier, Grimm, Grimoire, Griselda, Grove, Guardian spirits, Guinevere, Guisers, Gurdjieff, Edward Gurney, Gwydion, Gypsies, Hades, Hagiography, Hair, Halcyon, Halo, Hammer, Hand of Glory, Hanuman, Hara-kiri, Haranath, Hare, Hare Krishna, Harpy, Harranian religion, Harrowing of Hell, Harvest, Hasidism, Haunted houses, Hawk, Hawthorn, Hazel, Head, Head-dress, Headless spirits, Healing gods."@en
schema:description"Vol. 13: Mexico and Central America, Mezuzah, St. Michael, Midsummer Eve, Minerva, Minotaur, Miracles, Mirror, Mistletoe, Mithras, Modern witchcraft, Mohammed, Moharram, Moirae, Moly, Monkey, Monotheism, Montanists, Moon, Moonies, Morgan le Fay, Mormons, Morphic resonance, Morris dances, Moses, Mosque, Mother goddess, Mountain, Multiple personality, Mummification, Muses, Mushroom, Music, Mutilation, F.W.H. Myers, Myrrh, Myrtle, Mystery plays, Mystery religions, Mysticism, Nagas, Names, Navaho, Navel, Nazism, Near death experience, Necromancy, Necronomicon, Nemi, Neo-pagan German cults, Neo-Platonism, Teresa Neumann, New Age, New Guinea, New Templars, New Testament apocrypha, New thought, New Year, Nibelungenlied, Nichiren, Night, Nightingale, Nilotes, Nirvana."@en
schema:description"Vol. 1: Abbots Bromley, Aberdeen witches, Abominable snowman (yeti), Abracadabra, Achilles, Acorn, Acupuncture, Adonis, Africa, Afro-American lore, Agrippa, Ahriman, Ahura Mazda, Air, Aix-en-Provence nuns, Alchemy, Alexander the Great, Algonquin Indians, Alien visitors, All Hollowʼs Eve, Alligator, Aloes, Alphabet, Altar, Amazons, Amida, Amulet, Anabaptists, Anandamayi Ma, Ananse, Angels, Animals, Animism, St. Anthony, Antichrist, Antisemitism, Anubis, Aphrodite, Apollo, Apollonius, Apotheosis, Apparition, Apple, Aquarius, Aries, Aromatherapy, Arthur, Ash, Ashanti, Ashes, Asmodeus, Ass, Assyria, Astarte, Astral body, Astrology."@en
schema:description"Vol. 4: Colour (color) therapy, Communistic religious movements, Congo, Conseilhero, Convulsionaries, Corn, Cornucopia, Cornwall, Correspondences, Corybantes, Cosmetics, Cosmogony, Cosmic joker, Costume, Coven, Cow, Coyote, Crab, Crane, Creation myths, Cremation, Crescent, Crete, Cronus, Crook, William Crookes, Crop Circles, Cross, Cross correspondences, Crossroads, Crow, Aleister Crowley, Crown, Crusade, Crystal gazing, Crystal therapy, Cu Chulainn, Cuckoo, Cult of the Dead, Cup, Cupid, Cure of Ars, Curse, Cybele, Cyclops, Cypress, Dahomey, Dalai Lama, Dance, Dance of death, Dancing mania, Daniel, Dante, Davenports, Davy Jones, Days and hours, Dead Sea Scrolls, Death, John Dee, Deism, Delphi, Demeter, Demons, Demiurge, Dervish, Devil, Diana."@en
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