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Theomagia, or, The temple of wisdome : in three parts, spiritual, celstial, and elemental : containing the occult powers of the angels of astromancy in the telesmatical sculpture of the Persians and Aegyptians : the mysterious vertues of the characters of the stars with the genii, idea's and figures of geomancy, upon the Gamabes, & c, to which is added the resolution of all manner of questions, past, present, and to come : the knowledge of the Rosie Crucian physick, and the miraculous secrets in nature, which have performed incredible, extraordinary things, all verified by a practical examination of principles in the great world, and fitted to mean capacities Preview this item
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Theomagia, or, The temple of wisdome : in three parts, spiritual, celstial, and elemental : containing the occult powers of the angels of astromancy in the telesmatical sculpture of the Persians and Aegyptians : the mysterious vertues of the characters of the stars with the genii, idea's and figures of geomancy, upon the Gamabes, & c, to which is added the resolution of all manner of questions, past, present, and to come : the knowledge of the Rosie Crucian physick, and the miraculous secrets in nature, which have performed incredible, extraordinary things, all verified by a practical examination of principles in the great world, and fitted to mean capacities

Author: John Heydon
Publisher: London : printed by T.M. for Henry Brome at the Gun in Ivie-lane, and for Tho. Rooks at the Lambe at the east end of St. Pauls Church, 1664.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Heydon
OCLC Number: 27245824
Notes: Title word "philonomoz" transliterated from Greek.
Imprint varies: bk. 2: London : Printed for Henry Brome, 1663; bk. 3: London : Printed by J.C for R. Broom, at the signe of the gun in Ivy-Lane, 1663.
Numbers 225-232 (3rd count) repeated in pagination.
Includes commendatory verses by George Starkey, John Booker, John Gadbury, and others.
Description: [112], 272, [12], 228, [8], 249 [i.e. 257], [7] : ill., port. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
Responsibility: by John Heydon, Gent. philonomoz, a servant of God and scretary of nature.

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