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Histoire curieuse et pittoresque des sorciers, devins, magiciens, astrologues, voyants, revenants, âmes en peine, vampires, spectres, fantômes, apparitions, visions, gnomes, lutins, esprits malins, sorts jetés, exorcismes, etc., etc., etc. : depuis l'antiquité jusqu'à nos jours / par le réverend père dominicain Mathias de Giraldo, ancien exorciste de l'Inquisition.
- Giraldo, Mathias de.
A system of theology revealed from God by the angels in the British language. Wherein is disclosed the mysteries of the holy scriptures, and the true fundamentals of religion, being a lesson to the whole world. With many curious and occult things in church, state, and philosophy. All designed for the publick and universal good of mankind, and a general reformation of the present times. By Robert Browne. Sold at his house over against Mast Yard in Wapping; and at Mr. Hunter's a Stocking Shop in Princes Street near Cavendish Square Mary-Bone.
- Browne, Robert, of Wapping.
A key to physic, and the occult sciences : opening to mental view, the system and order of the interior and exterior heavens; the analogy betwixt angels, and spirits of men; and the sympathy between celestial and terrestrial bodies, from whence is deduced an obvious discrimination of future events, in the motions and position of the luminaries, planets, and stars; the universal spirit and economy of nature, in the production of all things; the principles of etherial, and atmospherical influx, in constituting the proper recipient of life; the active and passive tinctures requisite in the generation of men and brutes; and the foundation and necessity of that invisible agitation of matter, which stimulates and impels every living creature in the act of begetting its like; the properties of vegetable, mineral and animal magnetism: the fundamental causes and qualities, visible or occult, of all diseases, both of mind and body, and the simple modes prescribed by nature for their prevention and cure : to which are added, lunar tables, calculated from sidereal motion; exhibiting upon the most simple, yet unerring construction, the actual moment of the crisis of every disease, and the consequent termination thereof, whether for life or death: the whole forming an interesting supplement to Culpeper's family physician, and display of the occult sciences ; published for the good of all / by E. Sibly.
- Sibly, E. (Ebenezer), 1751-1800.