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Visions of Magic by Regan Hastings

Title Visions of Magic
Author Regan Hastings
Publisher Penguin
Release 2011-02-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 1101486309
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the ten years since magic has reemerged in the world, witches have become feared and hunted. For weeks Shea Jameson has been haunted by visions of fire. When she unintentionally performs a spell in public, she becomes one of the hunted. Her only hope is Torin, a dangerously sensual man who claims to be her eternal mate.

Visions of Enchantment by Daniel Zamani

Title Visions of Enchantment
Author Daniel Zamani
Publisher Fulgur Press
Release 2019-07-23
Category Art
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781527228825
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Since Antiquity, the idea of the artist as a magician, trickster and powerful creator of new realities has established itself as a fertile idea in the discussion of image-making. The conjuring of illusions, the inherent link between the material and the spiritual and the wish to make the invisible visible are all part of this wider discourse. Visions of Enchantment looks at the fascinating intersections between esotericism and visual culture through a decidedly cross-cultural lens, with topics ranging from talismanic magic and the Renaissance exploration of alchemy, through to the role of magic in modern art and 20th century experimental film.00The essays offered in 'Visions of Enchantment: Occultism, Magic and Visual Culture' have been selected from papers presented at a major international conference at the University of Cambridge in 2014. It includes work by some of the leading scholars in Western Esotericism including Antoine Faivre, M.E. Warlick and Deanna Petherbridge. It attests to the vibrant role that magic and the occult play in cutting-edge research across a wide variety of the arts and humanities today.

Magic Eye Volume III by Magic Eye Inc.

Title Magic Eye Volume III
Author Magic Eye Inc.
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
Release 1994-09
Category Art
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9780836270174
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Complete instructions on viewing techniques accompany a selection of twenty-three, 3D, computer-generated illustrations that allow viewers to discover unique visual surprises. 750,000 first printing.

Visions of Enchantment by Hugh Parry

Title Visions of Enchantment
Author Hugh Parry
Publisher University Press of Amer
Release 2001
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 256
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Visions of Enchantment is a collection of introductory essays on magic in Western literature. It offers interpretations of individual texts, both ancient and modern; and it examines the extent to which all such texts may be thought to belong to an extended family of the imagination. Each chapter addresses the sorts of questions that arise from a reading of particular tales, poems, plays, and novels.

Visions of Magic by Sue Randolph

Title Visions of Magic
Author Sue Randolph
Publisher
Release 2016-07-30
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9781631102370
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Magic visions before the advent of the cinema by Carlo Alberto Zotti Minici

Title Magic visions before the advent of the cinema
Author Carlo Alberto Zotti Minici
Publisher Il Poligrafo
Release 2001
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 314
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Magic Eye Beyond 3D by Marc Grossman

Title Magic Eye Beyond 3D
Author Marc Grossman
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
Release 2004-06
Category Games & Activities
Total Pages 48
ISBN 0740745271
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Provides a new collection of computer-generated three-dimensional images and examines the medical benefits for sufferers of computer eyestrain and other ailments and the scientific properties of the Magic Eye viewing technique.

Visions of the Occult by Fred Gettings

Title Visions of the Occult
Author Fred Gettings
Publisher Barrie & Jenkins
Release 1987-01
Category Occultism
Total Pages 159
ISBN 9780712614382
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Visions of Isobel Gowdie
Author Emma Wilby
Publisher
Release 2010
Category History
Total Pages 604
ISBN 9781845191801
Language English, Spanish, and French
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`Wilby's conclusions turn out to be a challenge and inspiration to everyone who is interested in the popular magical cultures of the past or the present ...Optimistically and humanely, the book makes its strong case for a British shamanic tradition. Whether readers agree with Wilby's conclusions or not, this is a very important book.' Marion Gibson in Magic, Ritual and Witchcraft on the author's Cunning Folk and Familiar Spirits The witchcraft confessions given by Isobel Gowdie in Auldearn, 1662, are widely celebrated as the most extraordinary on record in Britain. Their descriptive power, vivid imagery and contentious subject-matter have attracted considerable interest on both academic and popular levels. This book provides the first full-length examination of the confessions and the life and character of the woman behind them. The author's discovery of the original trial records, deemed lost for nearly 200 years, provides a starting point for an interdisciplinary endeavour to separate Isobel's voice from that of her interrogators, identify the beliefs and experiences that informed her testimony and analyze why her confessions differ so markedly from those of other witchcraft suspects from the period. In the course of these enquiries, the author develops wider hypotheses relevant to the study of early modern witchcraft as a whole, with recent research into Amazonian `dark' shamanism, false-memory generation and mutual-dream experience, along with literature on marriage-covenant mysticism and protection-charm traditions, all being brought to the investigation of early modern witch-records for the first time. Emma Wilby concludes that close analysis of Isobel's confessions supports the still-controversial hypothesis that in seventeenth-century Scotland, as in other parts of Europe in this period, popular spirituality was shaped through a deep interaction between church teachings and shamanistic traditions of pre-Christian origin. She also extends this thesis beyond its normal association with beneficent magic and overtly folkloric themes to speculate that some of Europe's more malevolent and demonological witch-narratives may also have emerged out of visionary rites underpinned by cogent shamanistic rationales.

The Celtic Seers Source Book by John Matthews

Title The Celtic Seers Source Book
Author John Matthews
Publisher Cassell Illustrated
Release 1999
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780713727807
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Experts in the ancient traditions of the Seers provide the most enlightening collection of writings ever published about their powers, visions, and relationship with nature. The topics range from precognitive dreams, incubatory sleep, and co-walking to auguries, oracles, and second sight. The greatest ancient tales featuring seers also come in for fresh analysis, as do the great prophecies of Merlin, the poems of Suibney Geilt, the visions of MacConglinne, and the visions of Brahan the Seer.

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