Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy: Now Available!

One of the most important of all occult works of note takes the form of a dubiously attributed manuscript which claims to have been created by Agrippa in concordance with the three prior Books of Occult Philosophy. Certainly not actually of Agrippa's own manufacture, it nonetheless coincides with parts of the same three-book philosophy and extends from it in such a way that I imagine the actual author must have been a most fervent disciple of the same general path.

The extensive categorical system, numerous illustrations, and allusions to alchemical lore make this work a true occult treasure.

54 pages.