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Lists with This Book. Light edge toning as always. Lyah rated it liked it Jul 11, Jonathan Williams rated it it was amazing Jul 24, A nicer copy than usually encountered. Any type of Customisation is possible. This book is exactly what the title says it is. Has wear to the cover and pages. More than entries and articles.
His Collected Poems were published in No Dust Jacked as issued. Used book in very good condition. Encyclopaedia of occultism; a compendium of information on the psence sciences, occult personalities, psychic science, magic, demonology, spiritism, m [Leather Bound] Spence, Lewis.
An Encyclopaedia of Occultism
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An Encyclopaedia Of Occultism by Spence, Lewis
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Hard bound with blue and red cover in very good condition. An Encyclopaedia of Occultism by Lewis Spence. Books by Lewis Spence.
It is exactly what it claims to be, an Encyclopedia of the Occult. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Mark Mirabello rated it really liked it Apr 14, His popularisations met stiff criticism in professional journals, but his continued appeal among theory hobbyists is summed up by a reviewer of The Problem of Atlantis in The Geographical Journal: Return to Book Page.
In this book, Spence theorized that the original Britons were descendants of a people that migrated from Northwest Africa and were probably related to the Berbers and the Basques.
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