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Poetry by Basil Blezzlehudge - Thu, 29 Jan 2015 15:34:10 EST ID:aUxUkWIu No.66625 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm just really starting to get into poetry, does anyone have recommendations for stuff like Walt Whitman, Robert Frost, and Charles Baudelaire? Or any other queer or occult and spooky poetry?


Intoxicated reading by Wesley Shakeville - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 19:30:02 EST ID:lH5g2kpI No.66613 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you guys ever read books while on some sort of high or intox? Reading is so much more intense for me when I'm riding the tail end of a DXM trip. I read strictly non-fiction books and the DXM helps me so much in placing myself in the settings of the books. Read through Aquariums of Pyongyang on DXM a while ago and it just totally blew me away. Being able to vividly see and experience the suffering and macabre experience in NK was incredible. Really hoping I can find some time this semester to sit down with a bottle of Delsym and read through some medical journals and a Mao biography I just downloaded.
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Lydia Nangerpin - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 01:57:20 EST ID:kqMdbfTt No.66614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Tried meditating on the tao te ching on a mid 2nd plat dxm trip.

Ended up staring at my pc screen for 3 hours listening to music and talking to people online.

Pretty hard to maintain focus for me
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Archie Tootbury - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 16:51:15 EST ID:swXpDswK No.66616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I can't do it,
If I'm drunk, retention is a definite not-gonna-happen.
If I'm stoned I can retain...and then some, and will usually get lost in my thoughts.
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Constantine - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 18:30:23 EST ID:p/px1ZPj No.66617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Reading after smoking weed can be fun every once in a while. But at least for me , I either feel like I don't remember en off of what I just read , or my mind will go off on a tangent. Reading on hooch can also be fun. But after to many drinks it becomes a chore. Reading on stims is the sure way to go. I've never tried to read on DXM.
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Phineas Ballywater - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 19:40:45 EST ID:BqCozVjf No.66618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When I'm drinking, I feel like I have no imagination at all. Reading becomes joyless and frustrating. Very bland. Totally forgettable.

When I'm high (marijuana), I feel like I can't concentrate on a book. Everything is too intense, the last thing I want to do is sit still and read. I feel like half of my mind is reading the story, and the other half is hyper-analyzing everything in the story. I am very critical of the work.

When I'm flat sober, I can escape into the fantasy of listening to another person tell me a tale, but when I'm high, I feel unable to immerse myself in anything but the present reality.
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Phineas Gaddlehack - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 02:04:25 EST ID:9g9dOitU No.66621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66613

I only enjoy reading when sober, when im high all the words flutter in their place and its way hard to concentrate.


Walt Whitman the Observer by Archie Tootbury - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 16:47:57 EST ID:swXpDswK No.66615 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /lit/

What are some poems in which Walt Whitman constructs an image through observations? Similar to "I Hear America Singing," a poem solely comprised of observations: "The carpenter singing his as he measures his plank or beam..." (Line 3 Whitman)

I'm looking to create an argument, or rather, bring to light the importance of observations for Whitman's poetry and the images they contain.

Share your thoughts!
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Good reference literature on the subject of drugs? by Henry Bunbanks - Sat, 24 Jan 2015 11:22:26 EST ID:92/98WJP No.66601 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are some good written references on drugs? Besides this one and PiHKAL/TiHKAL there aren't many good in-depth books on drugs, especially ones that don't contain an anti-drug lean or extremely outdated. What are your suggestions?
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Jarvis Heblingson - Sat, 24 Jan 2015 20:03:36 EST ID:bhVGkZRe No.66605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66601

Jonathan Ott - Pharmacotheon (try to find a physical copy of this for under $200)
Gordon R. Wasson .
Terence Mckenna
TImothy Leary
I have tonnes of books on shamanism
(sorry im really into psy stuff)
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Emma Fivingfoot - Sun, 25 Jan 2015 23:20:26 EST ID:2MiBoXt4 No.66608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
From Chocolate to Morphine

http://www.eaglehobby.us/database/books/Offbeat/Drugs/%5BDrugs%5DFrom%20Chocolate%20to%20Morphine-Weil-0395660793.pdf

Didn't bother loading the whole thing but I think it's the one
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Cedric Pibbleted - Sun, 25 Jan 2015 23:50:35 EST ID:ONXyRNJ5 No.66609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66601
High society by Mike Jay kind of like the evolution of drugs type of book

https://www.google.com/search?q=high+society+book&safe=images&client=ms-android-metropcs-us&hl=en-US&source=lnms&biw=320&bih=495&tbm=shop&sa=X&ei=oMTFVPHxJ5P7sASasIKoDw&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ#spd=380358694348141636


Qu'ran by Charlotte Gillerfuck - Wed, 03 Sep 2014 20:08:57 EST ID:qUHNWyWy No.65725 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>buy Qu'ran
>20+ pages on cows

Why.
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William Bibbleshaw - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 18:26:30 EST ID:TiWu/n85 No.66563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Halfway through the Qu'ran and it is literally the worst religious text I have yet read.
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Eugene Sunningworth - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 21:46:15 EST ID:Lbh1Yiom No.66565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65856
For some reason makes the whole thing more believable.
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Charles Higgleputch - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 02:14:43 EST ID:eUogzEdY No.66573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66565
Yeah it has to do with that inevitable abstraction that is representing a body of people: the Hobbesian head of state will always be analogous to God, in a way only the Old Testament god knows how to show: this cruelty is an inevitable manifestation of widespread arbitrary determinations of words and character in the paradigm. This abstract, objective morality can be nothing but absurd to the person who uses it within their lives, and thus their physical realities are all the more painful for it, and full of death.

Christianity is the most aphoristic of all Abrahamic religions, and Islam by far the most theoretical, and boring.
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Walter Honeyshit - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 06:15:52 EST ID:aZSCXu0c No.66575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>65810
Too bad that lots of stuff is about the Mahayana branch that is just as 'meh' like any other religion. Any wisdom you find in buddhism is in the teachings of the historical Siddharta only, in theravada or even better, read the pali canon for yourself especially Dhammapada.

Mahayana is a religion, Theravada is a philosophy. Not like anyone asked my opinion though!
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John Sushwater - Thu, 22 Jan 2015 16:43:58 EST ID:Ji+LBUzV No.66589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>65810
4 months later and my books still haven't shown up. Has anyone else who tried this got theirs yet?


Books for yE! by Charlie of the Chans !!kWjRhGF5 - Thu, 22 Jan 2015 16:39:48 EST ID:FIu+AzFk No.66588 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey 420 /lit/, first I wanted to thank everyone who downloaded the .pdf's of scholarly books from our cloud service I don't know how many of you here actually took advantage of it but our service showed that they were downloaded over 300 times. The most popular sets were the Loeb Classical Library Greek and Latin authors.

We let the time-limit for them expire where we had them. (I can't name the service because there's a word filter here at 420 that'll knock me off for a week)

So I started a new collection, this one is just two pieces. One is an archaeological metanalysis of sites in the Near East and Central Asia, on into China, where artifacts have been found containing residues of cannabis, opium and lotus (Nymphaea caerulis and similar have chems in them that are a lot like pot mixed with some valium), and artistic representations of the same. (It has pictures and charts too) The other thing is completely different, it's a book by the 10th century CE Islamic scholar Ibn Hazm, called "The Ring of the Dove." He was a very perspicacious fellow, this Ibn Hazm, and his book is a long chain of meditations and poetry by him about love. Maybe not everyone's cup of tea, I grant you, but hey, I'm Charlie.

Anyway to get there from here, follow the Pastebin:

http://pastebin.com/kmA7wEei


Finished book, what to do now? by Graham Bardshit - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 13:30:13 EST ID:8SMBC5Rg No.66566 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey everyone, I finished writing a novella/anti-novel that clocks in at about 66 pages with color photography.

What should I do with it? I really want to post it online, or somewhere where people can have easy access to it. Maybe a pdf file.

Can anyone help me out?
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Esther Sorringwater - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 08:16:25 EST ID:5Kl2SgsL No.66576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66566

As an incredible poor fuck without a credit card, you'd be pricing it out of my range; between beer, pot and ramen money my financial state is all a delicate house of cards.

Use MS Publisher, or there are similar programs like Serif which you can totally buy and use legally.
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Fuck Fashdene - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 21:24:47 EST ID:TxJ8wf0f No.66581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66566
http://issuu.com/
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Fuck Fashdene - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 21:26:52 EST ID:TxJ8wf0f No.66582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66566
and link here when you post it
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Charlie of the Chans !!kWjRhGF5 - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 22:45:31 EST ID:FIu+AzFk No.66585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You could put it in a .pdf and post it on Scribd dot com and you can sell it there also.
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Archie Crabbleheg - Thu, 22 Jan 2015 02:03:52 EST ID:8SMBC5Rg No.66586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66582
thanks guy. I hope you guys enjoy it. I could use the feedback.


Audiobooks? by CM Phil - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 20:20:02 EST ID:G+HVDRCV No.66536 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I listen to mostly audiobooks (since I don't get a lot of time to sit down and read). I was wondering if there were any books that were particularly great productions as far as listening goes? Pic related, every time the tape worm speaks and goes through Bruce's system you hear a really loud grumbling and all the phone calls sound like on the phone and stuff. I'm not quite finished yet but I really enjoyed it. World War Z was a particularly great listen too.
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Wesley Blozzlenitch - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 21:00:33 EST ID:DWZlOevQ No.66537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i listened to most of the harry potter books on tape as they came out as a kid, those were rad. narrator did all the voices spot on. redwall was also good back then, all those accents. but these are children's books and not irvine welsh
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CM Phil - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 21:48:48 EST ID:G+HVDRCV No.66540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66537
I actually listened to those already, they were very good.
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Ian Blunnerbet - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 05:54:31 EST ID:Z0PJ+hpD No.66545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66536
Not listened to the audio version but I have read Filth and it was very very good in my honest opinion. The movie that was recently made based on it was pretty poor though, it had it's moments but it fell short of the novel by far.

Just a suggestion based on my own taste for you and audiobooks, try 'hard boiled egg and the end of the world' by Haruki Murakami, very interesting book, I love all of his writings though...
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Emma Neblingwene - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 15:56:44 EST ID:fuEQt98w No.66579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66536
my boyfriend and i just listened to the sherlock holmes audiobook and I have to say I was pretty satisfied with the voices, especially watson's.
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Edward Murdhall - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 17:36:14 EST ID:iVv09zmU No.66580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Invisible man by Ralph Ellison as read by that black dude who was in terminator 2 is really really excellent


Neal Stephenson appreciation thread by Priscilla Blellerlere - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 11:02:50 EST ID:7Z4WOzB5 No.66352 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just got done reading Cryptonomicon and it's easily the best novel I've ever read.

Lets all talk about how great his writing is.
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Walter Suttingson - Fri, 28 Nov 2014 14:54:10 EST ID:wbsxp1hs No.66367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66366
Snow Crash was my favorite before I finished Crypto, it made a huge impression on me when I read it as a kid.
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Jarvis Nonninglick - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 23:49:52 EST ID:FgQzMmSA No.66372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Diamond Age is my favorite, too! 2nd you reading that second.
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Ernest Blimmlewuck - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 01:04:02 EST ID:9t7tmxbB No.66552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm reading Snow Crash right now. I've heard nothing but praise about Neal Stephenson. I've owned crypto for a few years now, got it from a friend of mine who said he wasn't going to read it. Been a bit intimidated by it because its pretty fat and I've heard its a heavy novel.
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Jack Bishbury - Tue, 13 Jan 2015 13:21:14 EST ID:wbsxp1hs No.66556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66552
It is heavy, I picked it up and put it down over the course of two years, but after I got through about 200 pages I couldn't Stop reading and finished it within a week.
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Beatrice Derryhune - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 17:53:54 EST ID:MDSrLufg No.66564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've only read Snow Crash and loved it.

Has anyone read Anathem? I've owned it for awhile but it's so fat and daunting that I always pick something else when I need a new book to read.


Let's play a game by Jarvis Druggleford - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 07:22:23 EST ID:BhgxdRJg No.66427 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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"Let's play a game," she said, in the dark. I knew, I slipped my hand in hers.

We felt one another's pulse for what must have been an hour. I stared at her lips. A little chapped, but healthy, full.

When I was bored, finally, she gripped my wrist hard, not letting go. She looked at me as if to say, "Hey, let's fucking GO now," and in a rush we were out of the tent and into the dark of the woods.

I was barefoot and in just my cum-stained boxers from just a little bit before, following my whore's insistence further into the depth of the wild. The branches stung my feet and I wanted to complain. Still that death grip on the wrist, flashing eyes back at me from time to time to remind me of the urgency.

I kept staring at that little night-thing she was wearing, turning up at the edges in the wind and showing me sections of her pale, firm thighs I had seen almost a dozen times naked before but was still entranced by. The curves of her shoulders... imagining those pert little breasts, wanting to throw her down on that moss-covered log and fuck her there in the woods, and go off inside her and create a hundred million babies from now into eternity. But that grip...

The sound of the river had been increasing over the rustling of the brush and now I could smell the water in the cool night air. Those round river rocks replaced the undergrowth of forest. She looked back at me and smiled blissfully, and I felt her hand relax a little. She pulled on my middle finger, almost gently, but still commanding.

She turned to face me. "Take those off," she said, pointing to my boxers. It didn't take long. They were off and I was hard as God's vengeance in the pale moonlight.

She cut back a laugh, seeming pleased at her own power. Then, turning toward the river, and looking back coyly over her shoulder, she started walking toward the water, pulling at my finger.
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Ian Serrydock - Tue, 13 Jan 2015 05:06:54 EST ID:R5aAg4Jn No.66555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I remember reading this on /b/. Worthwhile.


Poetry for beginners? by Lillian Fucklemed - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 06:29:25 EST ID:uf1qS+GE No.66544 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So this might sound stupid, but im just kind of getting into reading poetry, but i just dont understand some of it, like van gogh and da vinci for paintings and harry potter for reading, what are some poets that are good for beginners, something that introduces them to the concept of poetry...

i hope i have made sense.
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Charlie of the Chans !!kWjRhGF5 - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 19:16:53 EST ID:FIu+AzFk No.66548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>66544
I just tried recommending William Blake but the book cover I was going to post is already here in /lit/ somewhere. The book is "William Blake - The Seer and his Visions," edited by Milton Klonsky. It's out of print but you can get it at Amazon pretty cheap. So I'm also going to recommend William Butler Yeats, hopefully with two covers of his books.
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Charlie of the Chans !!kWjRhGF5 - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 19:18:28 EST ID:FIu+AzFk No.66549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>66548
Okay, then if you get that Yeats poetry volume try to find room for his Essays as well, you'll see the mind that drive the man, see just how amazing he was.
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Phyllis Begglenone - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 22:00:24 EST ID:JHSbXgM+ No.66550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>66549
does yeats beat keats?
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Charlie of the Chans !!kWjRhGF5 - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 17:34:04 EST ID:FIu+AzFk No.66553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>66549
Uhhhh........Yeats' meat beats Keats' sweet feet?
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Polly Shittinggold - Fri, 23 Jan 2015 02:47:38 EST ID:X83RIaRg No.66592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>66548

So i have ordered Songs of innocence by William Blake and the Celtic Twilight by Yeats.

Looking forward to them! thanks /lit/.


Adversarial Literature by Ernest Gevingdock - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 20:51:46 EST ID:7/PCGw21 No.66524 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm looking for any literature or good sources about Luciferianism, or anything related towards it (Satanism, I guess). I'm curious towards the philosophy and practice.
Where should I start?
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Esther Gattingway - Sun, 04 Jan 2015 01:23:53 EST ID:8YnIycmj No.66527 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Here's a good site i stumbled upon , seems legit from what i bothered to read.
http://armageddonconspiracy.co.uk/
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Beatrice Dartcocke - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 16:06:52 EST ID:YDHr+fkm No.66542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>66524

LaVey's bible dates from the late 60s, not exactly ancient practices.
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/82333.The_Satanic_Bible
From what I've read of it, it is just a poor copy of Stirner's The Ego and Its Own, which is a far better read. http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/416318.The_Ego_and_Its_Own
The Church of Satan just seems like a very clever ploy by some dudes to get laid...well done, I couldn't go through that kind of effort, even if I would get all these kinky hot girls to do "rituals" every week.

Out of General interest I read Malleus Maleficarum and King James' own Daemonologie, both are really interesting as historic texts, they were used as manuals back in the day. The latter is a coles notes version of the former and other texts of the day, I'd start there.
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/771091.The_Malleus_Maleficarum
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/11419100-the-demonology-of-king-james-i


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