List Of Notes

(1) Lenormant, C.: "Chaldean Magic" (Sri. Oec. en Asie). Eng. ed., London, 1877, p. 380.

(2) Maqlu ("Burning") Tablets, in: Tallquist, K. Die Assyr. Bescbaorungsserie "Maqlu". Leipzig, 189$.

(3) "We have compared the data of the system of these books to the ante-Iranian . past and Median Magism and the Finnish mythology, and so have been able to prove the existence of an independent family of religions which must be called Turanian, religions having no other worship but magic, and proceeding from the old fund of demonological naturalism."—Lenormant, op. cit., loc. cit.

(4) Schütte, G., ap: Scot. Geogr. Mag., XXXVI, 4, pp. 244 ff.

(5) Stewart Blacker, Col. L. V.: unpublished thesis on Aryan origins, consulted by the author, 1953.

(6) Lea, H. C.: Hist, of the Inquisit. in the Middle Ages, 3 vols., 1887-88.

(7) "Key of Solomon" (Lei Clavicules), anon. Paris, 1817.

(8) Winkler, M.: Die Gesetze Hammurabis. Leipzig, 1902, p. 10.

(9) MSS. (unpublished), courtesy of Mme M. M. Abdullah.

(10) The last "adept" to leave his testamentary magical book was Francis Barrett: The Magus. London, 1801.

(11) Hekau (Words of Power), form Chap. 24 of the Book of the Dead, tr. and ed. Wallis Budge (Sir E. A. T.), London, 1895 and 1902. Cf. Talmud: Zeraim, Berakhoth, 19a, 56a.

(12) Catholic Encyclopaedia, Vol. XV, pp. 674 if. (1907-12).

(13) I.e. investigations carried on since the study of magic ceased to be conducted mainly in Europe by the Church.

(14) In the Talmud and elsewhere. Cf. San., io6b, Sotah, 47b.

(15) Jewish Encyclopaedia, s.v. Magic. New York, 1901-06.

(16) Book of Enoch (Apocrypha), tr. and ed. Odenburg, H., Cambridge, 1928. See also idem., ed. Charles. Oxford, 1912.

(17) One rabbi, in the first century a.D., actually caught eighty witches practising magic at Ashkelon, and hanged them all in one day.

(19) Minard, L.: Hermes Trismlgiste. Paris, 1866.

(20) The Zohar, tr. as Le Livre de la Splendeur, by J. de Pauly. Paris, 1906-11.

(21) The Book of Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage, tr. and ed. MacGregor Mathers, S. L. London, 1898.

(22) Cf. Sefer Raziel: British Museum MSS. No. Sloane 3826; and Bloch: History of the Development of the Kabala. Treves, 1894.

(23) Anon.: Les Veritables Clavicules (Grimorium Verum). Memphis (PRome), "1517".

(25) Thompson, C. J. S.: Semitic Magic. London, 1908, passim. Maury: La Magie et l'Astrologie, Paris, i860. Lane: Manners and Customs, 2 vols., London, 1836.

(26) Nostradame, Michel de: Les Vrayes Centuries de M. M. Nostradamus. Rouen, 1649.

(27) Barrett, F.: The Magus, or Celestial Intelligent er. London, 1801.

(30) Fleck, F.: "Wissenscbaftl", Reise, II, 3. 1882.

(31) Sifra de-Ashmedai, frequently quoted in the Zohar (q.v.) as "The Book of Asmodeus, given to King Solomon" (III, 194b and 77a), "The Magic Book of Asmodeus" (III, 43a), and under similar titles, e.g. ibid., II, 128a, III, 19a.

(32) Crawley, E.: Oath, Curse and Blessing. London, 1934.

(33) The library, containing thousands of books, was unearthed at Kuyunjik, the site of Nineveh.

(34) Tablets of Assur-bani-Pal, in Smith, S.A.: Die Keilschrifttexte Asurbanipals.

(35) Lenormant: La Magie Chez les Chaldeens. Paris, 1874, pp. 254-5,

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