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Magic: History, Theory, Practice

Ernst Schertel

Originally published in Germany in 1923, this highly sought-after book posits a theory of occultism based on the principle of communication with spirits. Our fothcoming edition includes the famous annotations in their entirety.

On the Life of Pythagoras


Porphyry’s Life of Pythagoras conveys an idealized biography of the philosopher that was regarded as canonical well into the nineteenth century. This work remains one of the main sources for scholarly efforts to establish historical facts relating to Pythagoras.

The Manual


The Manual (or Encheiridion in Greek) is a series of informal lectures by the Stoic philosopher Epictetus, transcribed by his pupil Arrian around 108 AD. In these lectures, Epictetus advised his students to control their passions, so that “they may never fail to get what they desire, nor fall into what they avoid.”



The work of an anonymous scholar, Germania is a detailed examination of the history and philosophy of German politics, values, and everyday life during the second World War. It is published here with the intention of preserving the author’s contribution to ethnography and historical scholarship.

On the Nature of Things


In its sweeping scope and detail, On The Nature of Things serves as a comprehensive example of the Epicurean method for investigating both the deepest and most common questions about the nature of life and the universe.

The Edda as Key to the Coming Age

Peryt Shou

The lost classic of Armanist runic esotericism by Albert Schultz (a.k.a. Peryt Shou), one of the most important and influential teachers of the early 20th century German secret sciences – yet one of the least known and understood.