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Zolar's Encyclopedia of Ancient and Forbidden Knowledge

3.66 of 5 stars 3.66  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  5 reviews
This is a fine book which carefully and succinctly covers a wide spectrum of occult interests in two sections. The first gives a thorough treatment of the Kaballah, Mediumship, the astral world, sex matters, the soul, mind power and issues related mortality and immortality. The second section contends with issues of divination, including a primer on astrology, tarot, numer ...more
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Published November 1st 1992 by Fireside Books (first published January 1st 1970)
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Rena Sherwood
Sadly this book contains nothing that is either ancient nor forbidden. Good luck trying to understand any of it. Then again, it's really not worth trying to decipher. Good book for scaring fundamental Christians from ever visiting your home again, though. I had one see this on the shelf and run.
This was a terrible book. The information was inaccurate at best. It wasn't even consistently inaccurate throughout the book. One chapter would say one thing in the beginning, and by the middle, it'd be saying something different. The numerology chapter was especially hard to follow because there were a lot of typos and other misinformation. I would not recommend this book. In fact, if I could, I'd rate it lower than 1 star.
Found it in the stacks at UNH, read it off and on through college and finally found a used copy somewhere so I could finish it years later. Good, witty, but dense.
So far, a very interesting read. Not sure that it is 'forbidden' knowledge, but it's a worthy read.
K.D. Bissonette
Never finished.
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