Hieroglyphical Fortune Teller: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
In a stroke of good luck I happened upon this work while researching the early 1900s Oraculum; the Dream Book version, as opposed to Tousey's far better Book of Fate version.
A slimmed down work, it contains an expansive oracle in place of Tousey's shorter oracle twain with other content. As a pure fortune telling manuscript, it revolves around asking one of 26 questions, then...
John George Hohman's Pow Wows: An American Grimoire - Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
John George Hohman's "Pow Wows" is one of the best occult texts I've edited. Dating to the 1820s, it was spawned by the Pennsylvania Dutch folk traditions of the era, and may be variously seen as Americana, German-derived occultism, a grimoire, or a snake oil combination of herbal and prayer book.
Within this edition I retained the publishers' inclusions (which Hohman did not...
Aradia: Gospel of the Witches Edition Updateby Styxhexenhammer666In the next couple of days, I'll be posting about Charles Leland's famous "Aradia"- a half-secular, half-theological manuscript he produced in the very twilight of the 1800s regarding folk religion in Tuscany- a literal sect of witches.
The material is already live but I've learned that with many manuscripts (including those of quite literally ancient origin) Createspace is a stickler for copyright...