The Devil and All His Works
American Heritage Press, 1971 - 302 pages
In this book, Mr. Wheatley sums up a lifetime's reading and advances his own trenchant views on the conflict of Good and Evil, or Light and Darkness. He describes these elemental forces as being perpetually in conflict, first one predominating and then the other.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - StevenJohnTait - LibraryThing
Quite long and perhaps less focused on the actual devil than the title would imply, this is a good book to read for anyone who'd like to expand their general knowledge on the history of the occult and suchlike. Read full review
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