History of Magic.

Books by Kurt Seligmann

The History of Magic by Kurt Seligmann (1948)

Books by Ennemoser Joseph (1787 - 1854)

Joseph Ennemoser was a South Tyrolean physician and stubborn late proponent of Franz Mesmer's theories of animal magnetism. He became known to English readers through Mary Howitt's translation of his History of Magic.

The History of Magic. Vol. 1 by Joseph Ennemoser (1854)

The History of Magic. Vol. 2 by Joseph Ennemoser (1854)

The sixth and seventh books of Moses by Joseph Ennemoser (1880)

Books by Gleadow Rupert

Rupert Seeley Gleadow was a British lawyer and author, who wrote on legal matters under the name of Justin Case. He also wrote extensively on astrology.

Astrology In Everyday Life by Gleadow Rupert (1937)

Magic and Divination by Gleadow Rupert (1941)

Books by Kittredge John Lyman (1860 – 1941)

George Lyman Kittredge was a professor of English literature at Harvard University. His scholarly edition of the works of William Shakespeare was influential in the early 20th century. He was also involved in American folklore studies and was instrumental in the formation and management of the Harvard University Press. One of his better-known books concerned witchcraft in England.

Notes on witchcraft by Kittredge John Lyman (1907)

Witchcraft in Old and New England by Kittredge John Lyman (1929)

Books by Mayo Herbert

Herbert Mayo, M.D. (3 April 1796 – 28 June 1852), was a British physiologist, anatomist and medical writer.

Popular Superstitions by Mayo Herbert (1852)

Popular Superstitions

A lecture on popular superstitions by Whitman Bernard (1824)

The Origins of Popular Superstitions and Customs And Ceremonies by T. Sharper Knowlson (1930)

Books by James Thacher (1754 - 1844)

James Thacher was an American physician and writer.  From 1775 to 1783 he was a surgeon in the Revolution, in the Massachusetts 16th Regiment. Afterward, he practiced in Plymouth, Mass. until his death. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1803. Thacher was stationed at West Point in 1780 and supported the execution by George Washington of the British spy John André.

An essay on demonology, ghosts and apparitions, and popular superstitions by Thacher James (1831)

The American orchardist; or, A practical treatise on the culture and management of apple and other fruit trees, with observations on the diseases to which they are liable, and their remedies by Thacher James (1825)

History of the town of Plymouth, from its first settlement in 1620, to the present time by Thacher James (1835)

Books by Summers Montague (1880 - 1948)

Augustus Montague Summers was an English author and clergyman. He is known primarily for his scholarly work on the English drama of the 17th century, as well as for his idiosyncratic studies on witches, vampires, and werewolves, in all of which he professed to believe. He was responsible for the first English translation, published in 1928, of the notorious 15th-century witch hunter's manual, the Malleus Maleficarum.

A Gothic bibliography by Summers Montague

A Popular History of Witchcraft by Summers Montague (1937)

Complete Works Of Thomas Otway Vol 2 by Summers Montague (1926)

Complete Works Of Thomas Otway Vol 3 by Summers Montague (1926)

Complete Works Of Thomas Shadwell Vol 1 by Summers Montague (1927)

Complete Works Of Thomas Shadwell Vol2 by Summers Montague (1927)

Demonolatry by Nicholas Rémy, Trans. By Montague Summers (1595)

Dryden The Dramatic Works by Summers Montague (1931)

The discovery of witches, a study of Master Matthew Hopkins, commonly call'd Witch finder generall by Summers Montague (1928)

The History Of Witchcraft And Demonology by Summers Montague (1926)

The Playhouse of Pepys by Summers Montague (1935)

The Physical Phenomena Of Mysticism by Summers Montague (1950)

The restoration theatre by Summers Montague (1934)

Books by Thorndike Lynn

Lynn Thorndike was an American historian of medieval science and alchemy.

The place of magic in the intellectual history of Europe (1905)

The history of medieval Europe (1917)

Medieval Europe (1920)

A History Of Magic And Experimental Science

Vol. 1-2. The first thirteen centuries of our era
Vol. 3-4. Fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
Vol. 5-6. The sixteenth century
Vol. 7-8. The seventeenth century

A Short History Of Civillization by Thorndike Lynn (1927)

The History Of Medival Europe by Thorndike Lynn (1949)

Books by Frazer James George

Sir James George Frazer OM FRS FRSE FBA was a Scottish social anthropologist and folklorist influential in the early stages of the modern studies of mythology and comparative religion. His most famous work, The Golden Bough, documents and details the similarities among magical and religious beliefs around the globe.

A Discourse Concerning The Influence Of Superstition On The Growth Of Institutions by Frazer,j.g. (1913)

Pausanias’s description of Greece vol.6 by Frazer James George (1898)

The Golden Bough A Study In Magic And Religion, Vol. I by Frazer James George (1900)

Totemism by Frazer James George (1887)

Totemism And Exogamy Vol.1 by Frazer James George (1910)

Books by Franz Hartmann (1838-1912)

Franz Hartmann was a German medical doctor, theosophist, occultist, geomancer, astrologer, and author.

An Adventure Among the Rosicrucians by Franz Hartmann (1887)

Secret Symbols Of The Rosicrucians by Franz Hartmann (1888)

The Life of Jehoshua, the Prophet of Nazareth: An Occult Study and a Key to the Bible by Franz Hartmann (1888)

The principles of astrological geomancy by Franz Hartmann (1889)

In the Pronaos of the Temple of Wisdom by Franz Hartmann (1890)

The Life and Doctrines of Jacob Boehme by Franz Hartmann (1891)

Occult Science in Medicine by Franz Hartmann (1893)

Paracelsus And The Substance Of His Teachings by Franz Hartmann (1902)

Paracelsus by Franz Hartmann (1902)

Magic White And Black by Franz Hartmann (1904)

With the adepts, an adventure among the Rosicrucians by Franz Hartmann (1910)

Books by Davies Thomas Witton (1851-1923)

Magic, divination, and demonology among the Hebrews and their neighbours : including an examination of biblical references and of the biblical terms by Davies Thomas Witton (1898)

"Magic," black and white; charms and counter charms. Divination and demonology among the Hindus, Hebrews, Arabs and Egyptians ... An epitome of "supernaturalism" magic, black, white and natural; conjuring and its relation to prophecy, including Biblical and Old Testament terms and words for magic by Davies Thomas Witton (1910)


Modern magic by Schele de Vere, M., 1820-1898  (1873)

The secret book of the black arts : containing all that is known upon the occult sciences of daemonology, spirit rappings, witchcraft, sorcery, astrology, palmistry, mind reading, spiritualism, table turning, ghosts and apparitions, omens, lucky and unlucky signs and days, dreams, charms, divination, second sight, mesmerism, clairvoyance, psychological fascination, etc. ... : together with a mass of other matter, giving inner views of the arts and sciences, whether recondite and obscure, or plain and practical by Williams, Henry T. (1878)

The mysteries of all nations : rise and progress of superstition, laws against and trials of witches, ancient and modern delusions : together with strange customs, fables, and tales by Grant James (1880)

An history of magic, witchcraft, and animal magnetism by Colquhoun, J. C., 1785-1854 (1851)

The Mysteries of Astrology, and the Wonders of Magic by Charles W. Roback (1854)

History Of Magic by Howitt Mary (1854)