The most comprehensive reference work on occult philosophy and practice in print, The New Encyclopedia of the Occult covers the entire range of Western magic, divination, alchemy, astrology, occult personalities and magical secret societies, drawing on current scholarly research as well as traditional lore.
John Michael gives an overview of the book:
About John Michael
Born in the gritty Navy town of Bremerton, Washington and raised in the south Seattle suburbs, I began writing about as soon as I could hold a pencil. SF editor George Scithers' dictum that all would-be writers have a million words of so of bad prose in them, and have to...