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<b>TEN LOST BOOKS OF THE PROPHETS</b>

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TEN LOST BOOKS OF THE PROPHETS: *Rare - ALL TEN BOOKS IN ONE GREAT VOLUME

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SEPHER SCHIMMUSCH TEHILLIM: or THE USE OF THE PSALMS For The Physical Welfare of man


Lewis de Clarmont
Translated by - Godfrey Selig, as exact reproductions of these ancient secrets - 1788

From the editor: The Ten Lost Books of the Prophets are pure lessons in divine magical phenomena and are divided into two divisions: Historical and Contacting the Higher Consciousness.

Magic is apparent in our every day existence although it is never named as such. The so-called miracles of science are but one form of this expression.

Faith Healing, Spiritism, Hypnotism and hundreds of other psychic manifestations have kindred other instances of divine magic. Much of this esoteric wisdom has been revealed to mankind through tradition and legendary lore. By dividing the sources of this revelation in this manner it becomes apparent that to the Bible, tradition ascribes "force" or "power" far greater than the power of the mere words represented therein, also that there is contained written within the Bible an esoteric occult significance of deep and tremendous magical import-that the words of the Commandments and Psalms and certain other passages are definite magical formulas, each sufficient to a purpose.

Pages: 96, Illustrated
Special Interest: Hard to Find, Forbidden Books, Occult, Secret Orders & Societies, Banned Books, Magick, Ritual, Sorcery.

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