Vampires and Vampirism is one of the very few books ever written with a scientific approach to the subject of vampires and vampirism. Wright explores the vampire phenomena in different parts of the world and in different times in our history, starting with ancient Babylonia, Assyria and Greece. This special revised VAMzzz Publishing edition is completed with a Post Scriptum with biographical information about the writer and an article on the vampire in Russia and Slavonic countries based on Muscovite folk-lore by W. R. S. Ralston, M.A.
Voodoos and Obeahs: Phases of West India Witchcraft by the Jesuit anthropologist Joseph J. Williams (1875-1940) offers a careful documentation of the history and ethnography of Voodoo and reveals the connection of both Haitian Voodoo and Jamaican Obeah to snake worship (ophioletreia). This work goes into great depth concerning the New World-African connection and is highly recommended if you want a deep understanding of the dramatic historical background of Haitian and Jamaican magic and witchcraft, and the profound influence of imperialism, slavery and racism on its development.
Just like the Nazi UFO’s, the Vedic flying machines dwell somewhere in the realms between apocryphal technology and the occult. The work Vymaanika Shaastra has been ascribed to the sage Maharishi Bharadwaja, who is known to be a scholar both in science, philosophy, cosmology and warfare.
Witch, Warlock and Magician is divided into two parts. The first part of the book gives an overview of the progress of magic and alchemy in England and Scotland as well as an account of the lives of the most notable historical figures in this field, including Rosicrucians. The second part is devoted to an historical review of witchcraft in Britain and some of the most important witch-trials.