The Magus: A Complete System of Occult Philosophy - Francis Barrett 1801
Introduction to The Study of Natural Magic
The First Principles of Natural Magic: Book The First
Natural Magic Defined...
Of The Wonders of Natural Magic...
Of Amulets, Charms, and Enchantments
Of Unctions, Philters, Potions, &C.--Their Magical Virtues
Of Magical Suspensions and Alligations...
Of The Occult Virtues of Things...
Of The Wonderful Virtues of Some Kind of Precious Stones
Of The Mixtures of Natural Things One with Another...
Of The Art of Fascination...
The True Secret Of The Philosopher's Stone Or Jewel Of Alchemy
Epistle to Museus
To The Reader
Part The First
Of The Preparation of A Man to Qualify Him for The Search of This Treasure...
The Magus, or Celestial Intelligencer
Of The Four Elements and Their Natural Qualities
Of The Properties and Wonderful Nature of Fire And Earth
Of The Water and Air
Of Compound, or Mixed Bodies...
That The Elements are in The Heavens, in The Stars, in Devils, Angels, Intelligences, and, Lastly, in God Himself
That The Wisdom of God Works by The Medium of Second Causes...
Of The Spirit of The World
Of The Seals and Characters Impressed by Celestials Upon Natural Things
Treating of The Virtue and Efficacy of Perfumes...
Of The Composition of Some Perfumes Appropriated to The Seven Planets
Of The Composition and Magic Virtue of Rings
That The Passions of The Mind are Assisted by Celestials...
How Man's Mind may be Joined with The Mind of Intelligences and Celestials...
Shewing The Necessity of Mathematical Knowledge...
The Great Virtues of Numbers, as well in Natural Things as In Supernatural
Of The Scale of Unity
Of The Number Two, and Scale
Of The Number Three and Scale
Of The Number Four and Scale
Of The Number Five, and its Scale
Of The Number Six, and The Scale
Of The Number Seven, and The Scale
Of The Number Eight, and The Scale
Of The Number Nine, and The Scale
Of The Number Ten, and The Scale
Of The Numbers Eleven and Twelve, with The Cabalistical Scale
Of The Notes of The Hebrews and Chaldeans, and Other Notes of Magicians
The Magic Tables of The Planets...
Of The Observation of The Celestials Necessary in Every Magical Work
When The Planets are of most Powerful Influence
Observations on The Fixed Stars, and Their Names and Natures
Of The Sun and Moon, and Their Magical Considerations
Of The Twenty-Eight Mansions of The Moon, and Their Virtues
How Some Artificial Things...
Of The Images of The Zodiac...
Of The Images of Saturn
Of The Images of Jupiter
Of The Images of Mars
Of The Images of The Sun
Of The Images of Venus
Of The Images of Mercury
Of The Images of The Moon
Of The Images of The Head And Tail of The Dragon of The Moon
Of The Images of The Mansions of The Moon
That Human Imprecations Naturally Impress Their Powers upon External Things...
The Conclusion of The Constellatory Practice...