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Occult London and Marylebone’s Wizards

London continues to thrive as an enduring mecca for occult studies and groups. Today, salons and bookstores such as Treadwell’s and Atlantis attract hundreds of artists, scholars, and practitioners from around the world—fulfilling a similar function to the Victorian esoteric bookshops of John Denley and George Bumstead. The Warburg Institute, which was the base for historian of magic and science Dame Frances Yates, also maintains the world-renowned Yorke and Innes collections, which include—among many other eclectic subjects—books and manuscripts on alchemy and ceremonial magic.

read more Cartographer’s Selects: Occult London and Marylebone’s Wizards – The Thinker’s Garden.

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This entry was posted on September 20, 2014 by in Occult.

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