Three Hands Press, 2018. Hardback with dustjacket, 286 pages. New.
The Celestial Art: Essays on Astrological Magic is a new anthology collection from Three Hands Press, featuring twelve essays on various facets of Astrological magic. The essays cover a wide range of subjects – from Alexander Cummins’ review of Astrological Magic in Seventeenth-Century England, to Demetra George’s examination of the virtues of herbs in an early Greek botanical text and Aaron Cheak’s provocative exploration of the relationship between alchemy, astrology and animated statues in Ancient Egypt. Spanning both meticulous scholarly investigation and practical techniques, The Celestial Art is another fine product from Three Hands Press, and promises to shed new light on the relationship between Astrology and Magical practice.