By Mabel Collins
1911. A treatise Written for the non-public Use of these who're unaware of the jap knowledge, and Who wish to input inside its impact. creation through C. Jinarajadasa. (see additionally our publication, "Our excellent destiny" through an analogous writer that is a continuation of this book.)
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19 P. G. Maxwell-Stuart, “Rational Superstition,” in Religion and Superstition in Reformation Europe, ed. H. Parish and W. G. Naphy (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2002) 170–87. 20 Bernard le Bovier de Fontenelle (1657–1757) in his Histoire des Oracles (1687), a book much favoured by Voltaire, argued that in the ancient and Christian worlds alike, oracles had been fraudulently maintained by the rich and powerful, in an unholy alliance between rulers and priests, to keep the people in ignorance.
This has led, in some quarters, to accusations of ethnocentrism and the imposition or projection of set models and preconceptions of “magic” upon the cultures under study. 46 The problematic nature of the term “magic” might lead us towards abandoning the word altogether, but what would we use in its place? ”47 Bernd-Christian Otto and Michael Stausberg have suggested that rather than discussing discrete 43 P. G. Maxwell-Stuart, Wizards: A History (Stroud: Tempus, 2004) 148, cites, for example, Franz Anton Mesmer’s Planetary Influx into the Human Body (1766).
73 First-person accounts are difficult, or frequently impossible, to find in historical sources for the period studied in this book, but one potentially fruitful quarry reposes in the records of the witch trials. 74 At one time the testimony of accused witches was dismissed as either the ravings of deluded old women, of victims viciously tortured beyond endurance, or as representative of the formulaic questions posed by the inquisitors, but in recent years historians have learned that all texts, however seemingly preposterous, have meaning which, 70 Roger Janelli, “Towards a Reconciliation of Micro- and Macro-Level Analysis of Folklore,” Folklore Forum 9 (1976): 59–66.