The Adept - Module 6:

advanced visionary magic

"Now how much imagination can do upon the soul, no man is ignorant: for it is nearer to the substance of the soul then the sense is; wherefore it acts more upon the soul then the sense doth."
- Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa: Of Occult Philosophy, Book I 

The Adept - Module 6


These wise men the Greeks call Philosophers; and amongst the Egyptians they were termed Priests; the Hebrews termed them Cabalistos, Prophets, Scribes and Pharisees; and amongst the Babylonians they were differenced by the name of Caldeans, by the Persians they were called Magicians
R.TurnerLondon 1654