Agrippa - De Occvlta Philosophia. Vol. IV - The Fourth Book
Translated and introduced by Paul Summers Young
First edition, limited to 333 hand-numbered copies
Theirs is a spiritual body, but a tangible one, such that it may be cut; the wound will close like air or water, but they will still experience pain, and so fear the edge of any sword or bladed weapon. Virgil has his Sibyl warn Aeneus:
Do thou go on thy way and draw thy sword.
In the Third Book of Occult Philosophy, Agrippa arrives at the topic of Ceremonial Magic, and our relationship with the invisible world. In particular, it is here Agrippa expands on the Kabbalah and the idea of union with the personal genius.
Each Volume has a detailed index at the end of the book.
Hardcover bound in Italian Fedrigoni Imitlin
Measures 100x160 mm
120-gram black Endpapers
Printed on 115 g wood-free, age-resistant Cream paper
Sewn Book Block
Black Bookmark and Headbands
Gilded on the front and spine