Book of Deadly Names As Revealed to King Solomon by Jinn King Fiqitush, Nineveh Shadrach

By Jinn King Fiqitush, Nineveh Shadrach

800 years in the past in a time of oriental magic and mystery... Sorcerers who mastered the artwork of summoning powerfuldjinn walked the lands of Andalusia and North Africa. One such sorcerer leftbehind a handwritten manuscript containing forbidden secrets and techniques of the mostterrible and strong of all of the evil djinn.Something approximately this actual manuscriptwas so irritating that it ended up actually buried in Spanish RoyalCommissioners palace. It survived in the course of the ravages of time with its ghastlymysteries intact till a scholarly dig came across it and innocently extra it tothe collage of Toledos collection.After laying in obscurity for manydecades, it's been spotted, translated and taken to you.Thisprized locate is likely one of the oldest specimens of what are noted asSolomonic historical past manuscripts being older than any at present present copiesof the Goetia. It tells the story of King Solomons heroic come across with seventy two powerfulbeings of evil incarnate.Ouranonymous historic sorcerer left whole info at the seventy two such a lot evil of thedjinn, their names, their descriptions, their destinations, their afflictions andthe magical keys to counter their assaults on people. This manuscript standsunique compared to conventional djinn grimoires, in view that djinn call for thatthe sorcerers mustn't ever display their secrets and techniques, or endure bad ache.

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From the Maccabees to the Mishnah (Library of Early by Shaye J. D. Cohen

By Shaye J. D. Cohen

"As fascinating to learn as they're informative, the volumes during this vital sequence deal in new methods with issues and fabrics that remove darkness from the lifestyles and literature of early Christianity...Taken as a complete, the sequence bargains numerous new avenues of method of an figuring out of the social, highbrow, and literary atmosphere of the early Christian movement".---Victor Paul provide, collage uncommon Professor of latest testomony, Southern Methodist collage.

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American Indian Medicine by Virgil J. Vogel

By Virgil J. Vogel

The aim of this e-book, says the writer, is to teach the impression of Indian medicinal practices on white civilization. truly it achieves way more. It discusses Indian theories of illness and techniques of scuffling with ailment or even is going into the query of which illnesses have been indigenous and that have been delivered to the Indian through the white guy. It additionally lists Indian medicines that experience gained recognition within the Pharmacopeia of the us and the nationwide Formulary.The impact of yankee Indian therapeutic arts at the medication and therapeutic and pharmacology of the white guy used to be huge. for instance, such medicinal drugs as insulin and penicillin have been expected in rudimentary shape by way of the aborigines. Coca leaves have been used as narcotics by way of Peruvian Indians countless numbers of years prior to Carl Koller first used cocaine as a neighborhood anesthetic in 1884. All jointly, approximately one hundred seventy drugs, commonly botanical, have been contributed to the reliable compendia via Indians north of the Rio Grande, approximately 50 extra coming from natives of the Latin-American and Caribbean regions.Impressions and attitudes of early explorers, settlers, physicians, botanists, and others relating to Indian healing practices are stated by way of nation-states, with British, French, and Spanish colonies and the younger usa individually treated.Indian theories of disease—sorcery, taboo violation, spirit intrusion, soul loss, unfulfilled goals and wishes, etc -and shamanistic practices used to wrestle them are defined. equipment of treating every kind of injuries-from fractures to snakebite-and even surgical procedure are incorporated. The impression of Indian therapeutic lore upon people or household drugs, in addition to at the "Indian medical professionals" and patent medicinal drugs, are mentioned. For the ease of the reader, an index of botanical names is supplied, including a wide selection of illustrations. The disproportionate awareness that has been given to the superstitious and unscientific positive aspects of aboriginal medication has tended to vague its genuine contributions to American civilization.

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