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Shades of the Craft @cambra
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"center" size="x-large">Shades of the Craft\\ (In Bram Stoker's //Dracula//)\\ by\\ Walter C Cambra</TEXT> The one constant feature of Bram Stoker's //Dracula// is a carnival of antithetical bifur... tter-day belief may stand forth as simple fact."((Bram Stoker, //Dracula//; Edited by Marjorie Howes (Vermont: ... mposed, there is hardly one authentic document!"((Bram Stoker, //Dracula//, p. 374)) The apparent nonsense mak
Dracula: Quite a Card @cambra
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Quite a Card ====== The character of Dracula in Bram Stoker's enduring classic has occult associations with t... ry Irving whose stage manager was none other than Bram Stoker. Both Miss Smith and Bram Stoker were members of the Hermetic Order of The Golden ... le Between the Forces of Light and Darkness ==== Bram Stoker's novel is fundamentally a struggle between the f... characters of Count Dracula and Miss Madam Mina. Bram Stoker's classic is a cornucopia of themes arcane and es
Index @crowley:magick-without-tears
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hermeneuticon/Stingaree]], 224\\ [[/hermeneuticon/Bram Stoker|Stoker, Bram]], 298\\ [[/hermeneuticon/Ralph Straus|Straus, Ralph]], 334\\ [[/hermeneuticon/Succubi]], 300\\ [
April @hermeneuticon
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], [[2017]] at Florida * [[Greater Feast]] of [[Bram Stoker]], died [[April 20]], [[1912]] at London, England
Vampire Women @crowley:vanity-fair
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Burne-Jones have helped the bat-lady myth along. Bram Stoker has now done his share, and so has the Baroness V
April 20 @hermeneuticon
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philah]], [[April 20]] * [[Greater Feast]] of [[Bram Stoker]], died [[April 20]], [[1912]] at London, England
The Golden Dawn FAQ @gdlibrary
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or - Sax Rohmer (a.k.a. A. S. Ward), author - Bram Stoker, author - August Strindberg, author, poet, and
Aleister Crowley’s Simon Iff Stories @crowley:simon-iff
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stories of Algernon Blackwood’s Dr. John Silence, Bram Stoker’s Dr. Van Helsing, Dion Fortune’s Dr. Taverner as
Bookmark this page on these social networks @crowley:magick-without-tears
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er, are thinking more of the vampire of romance.  Bram Stoker's //Dracula// and its kindred. This is a splendid
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excellent tale of modern magic. **DRACULA**, by Bram Stoker. Valuable for its account of legends concerning v
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shing Co. 1"s." THE LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM. By BRAM STOKER. Rider and Son. 6"s." A BED OF ROSES. THE SEC
Bibliography and Curriculum of the A∴A∴ @crowley:book-4
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excellent tale of modern magic. **Dracula**, by Bram Stoker. Valuable for its account of legends concerning v
Walter C Cambra @cambra
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]] * [[Enigma]] * [[Shades of the Craft]] (In Bram Stoker's //Dracula//) * [[The Burning Way]] (Via Combu
The Cadaver Synod @cadaver-synod
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a/Dracula's%20Guest.pdf|PDF]] (93beast.fea.st) by Bram Stoker ==== See also on this site ==== * [[../crowle