Occultism in the Shakespeare Plays: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
This quite short work is an excellent example of the type of Theosophical writing common in its era; a remarkably detailed study of some of Shakespeare's plays and the occultism and references to omens, witches, and so forth present therein; it labels "The Tempest" as the most outwardly occult (which I happen to agree with) and also speaks about "Julius Caesar", "Macbeth", and a...
The New Atlantis: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
This work by Francis Bacon was left incomplete in a fairly obvious nod to Plato, who similarly forsook his own tale of Atlantis mid-sentence, possibly for effect. Bacon's work here is notable in the occult sense for two basic reasons.
First; the work dwells primarily on the spiritual character of the mythical people of Bensalem and a few of their rites, and might be ascribed as an...