Welcome to the final episode of our in-depth exploration of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa’s Three Books of Occult Philosophy. Since this is the final episode of the series, don’t start listening here. Catch up on all of the episodes in this series on the podcast’s website.
We have been all over Occult Philosophy, and explored everything from its historical context to its complex cosmology and fascinating theories on divine light. We will look at the influences that Occult Philosophy has had in the nearly 500 years since its original publication.
In all of the previous episodes, I have suggested chapters in Occult Philosophy that could be read to accompany your listening experience. But not this time! My guests and I will be mentioning quite a few books that have resulted from Agrippa’s influence, however, and I will make sure to list them in the show notes. They will make excellent additions to your winter reading list!
- Agrippa’s Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy with Douglas Batchelor (on this podcast!)
- Priddle’s Rare Books and Antiques (R.A. Priddle’s website)
- The Magus with R.A. Priddle (on this podcast!)
- The Great Book of Magical Art, Hindoo Magic and East Indian Occultism by L.W. de Laurence
- The Theosophical Enlightenment by Joscelyn Godwin
- Grimoires: A History of Magic Books by Owen Davies
- “The Conjuror’s Toolkit 1400-1800: Ciphers, Images, and Magical Cultures of Power Within the Solomonic Grimoires” by Travis W. Shores
- Windcastle Press
- bottlerocketscience (Scott Gosnell’s blog and podcast)
- Emergence Benefactors
- My review of the modern translations of Occult Philosophy
- J.F.’s translation, online for free!
Many thanks to R.A. Priddle and Scott Gosnell for their insights into the influence of Three Books of Occult Philosophy.
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