|Statement||Eliphas Lévi (Alphonse Louis Constant) ; translated, with a preface and notes, by Arthur Edward Waite.|
|Contributions||Waite, Arthur Edward, 1857-1942.|
|LC Classifications||BF1612 .L4613 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||384 p. :|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||83102957|
Harry Potter: A History of Magic is the official book of the exhibition, a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between Bloomsbury, J.K. Rowling and the brilliant curators of the British Library. It promises to take readers on a fascinating journey through the subjects studied at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from Alchemy and Potions /5. A History of Magic was a book written by Bathilda Bagshot, one of the most eminent magical historians to date. It covered the history of the wizarding world up to the end of the 19th century. The contents of the book covered various people and events such as: witch hunts, goblin rebellions, Uric the Oddball, giant wars, and other events as well. This book cost two galleons at Flourish and Author: Bathilda Bagshot. History of Magic is a core class and subject taught at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. This class is a study of magical history. This is one of the subjects where the use of magic practically isn't necessary. History of Magic is taught from the first year to the fifth, and is completed with an O.W.L. exam with only a written section. The professor of this subject, Cuthbert Binns Classroom: Class 72 Classroom 4F. This book goes all the way back to the beginnings of magic and magical beliefs in ancient times - Babylon, Chaldea, Ancient Egypt, etc. It assumes that Overall, this book is more a of a encyclopedia or detailed glossary of the history of magic and the occult rather than a book that explores the evolution of magic and the occult throughout history/5.
magic, in religion and superstition, the practice of manipulating and controlling the course of nature by preternatural means. Magic is based upon the belief that the universe is populated by unseen forces or spirits that permeate all things. Harry Potter: A brief history of magic. Julian Harrison, lead curator of medieval historical manuscripts here at the Library, picks out collection items from our Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition. Read more. While in Muggle university, I am studying social work, but my love for history never faded, so I was ever so glad when I could apply to co-write a new edition of A History of Magic! I have enjoyed writing this book very much, and I hope all the students will enjoy the book as . His other books include Transcendental Magic, Mysteries of the Qabalah, and The Book of Splendours. A.E. Waite () is one of the bestknown authors and translators of magic and the occult. He is the creator of the Rider-Waite tarot and is the author of several books including Book of Black Magic and Pictorial Keys to the s: 1.
The British Library’s Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition will run from 20 October to 28 February We can’t reveal yet what will be in it but we can promise that we’re going to deliver an inspirational, engaging and entertaining show, that will appeal to visitors of all ages. Considering the oldest magic book in the world, two titles stand out the Discoverie of Witchcraft and the Powers of Numbers. The Discoverie of Witchcraft 1 is a skeptical book written by an Englishman in the name Reginald Scot in The purpose of the book was to expose witchcraft, since still people were being accused of witchcraft and put on the stake at the time in the Europe. The Picatrix is an ancient Arabian book of astrology and occult magic dating back to the 10 th or 11 th century, which has gained notoriety for the obscene natural of its magical recipes. The Picatrix, with its cryptic astrological descriptions and spells covering almost every conceivable wish or desire, has been translated and used by many cultures over the centuries, and continues to Author: Mrreese. Harry Potter: A History of Magic is the official book of the exhibition, a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between Bloomsbury, J.K. Rowling and the brilliant curators of the British Library. It promises to take readers on a fascinating journey through the subjects studied at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - from Alchemy and Potions /5(K).