Looking for the best Demonology books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.
- The Dictionary of Demons: Names of the Damned (2010)
- The Encyclopedia Of Witchcraft & Demonology (2015)
- Grimorium Verum (2007)
- The Black Arts: A Concise History of Witchcraft, Demonology, Astrology, and Other Mystical Practices Throughout the Ages (Perigee) (1968)
- The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology (2009)
- Demonology, by King James I (Forgotten Books) (2008)
- Daemonologie: A Critical Edition. Expanded. In Modern English with Notes (2016)
- The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren (The Paranormal Investigators Featured in the Film “The Conjuring”) (2013)
- Demonology (2018)
The Dictionary of Demons: Names of the Damned (2010)
The Dictionary of Demons starts with a simple premise: names have power. In medieval and Renaissance Europe, it was believed that speaking a demon’s true name could summon it, compel it, and bind it. Occult scholar Michelle Belanger has compiled the most complete compendium of demonic names available anywhere, using both notorious and obscure sources from the Western grimoiric tradition.
The Encyclopedia Of Witchcraft & Demonology (2015)
With research sourced by the world’s greatest libraries, Robbins has compiled a rational, balanced history of 300 years of horror concentrated primarily in Western Europe. Spanning from the 15th century through the 18th century, the witch-hunt frenzy marks a period of suppressed rational thought; never before have so many been so wrong.
Grimorium Verum (2007)
Grimorium Verum is one of the most notorious handbooks of black magic — one of the few that deals openly with spirits of darkness. People have long sought the aid of non-physical beings; the biblical king Solomon in particular had a reputation since ancient times for commanding demons. There are many texts purporting to reveal Solomon’s methods, but most are extremely complicated and difficult. Grimorium Verum is one of the easier texts, but also one of the most sinister.
The Black Arts: A Concise History of Witchcraft, Demonology, Astrology, and Other Mystical Practices Throughout the Ages (Perigee) (1968)
The Black Arts is a fascinating and wonderfully readable exploration of the practice, theory, and underlying rationale of magick and occultism in all its branches, including witchcraft, spells, numerology, astrology, alchemy, kabbalah, tarot, charms, and summoning and control of spirits. This edition features a 50th anniversary introduction by historian of alternative spirituality Mitch Horowitz, who frames the book for a new generation of readers.
The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology (2009)
Brief entries and illustrations introduce topics including individually named demons from a variety of cultures, historical figures, films, and cases of possession. #21,764 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #18 in Supernaturalism (Books) #18 in Ghosts & Hauntings #19 in Religious Cults (Books) Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?
Demonology, by King James I (Forgotten Books) (2008)
The first text presented here, written by James I of England, is a wide-ranging discussion of witchcraft, necromancy, possession, demons, were-wolves, fairies and ghosts, in the form of a Socratic dialogue. The second text is a sensational historical account of Scottish witch persecution and is one of the sources cited by Margaret Murray.
Daemonologie: A Critical Edition. Expanded. In Modern English with Notes (2016)
At a time when news of strange sicknesses, sudden deaths and a widespread interest in witchcraft was discovered in the kingdom, a response to the pandemic was published in a dissertation written by King James.
The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren (The Paranormal Investigators Featured in the Film “The Conjuring”) (2013)
If you think ghosts are only responsible for hauntings, think again. This New York Times Best Seller reveals the grave religious process behind supernatural events and how it can happen to you. Used as a text in seminaries and classrooms, this is one book you can’t put down. For over five decades Ed and Loraine Warren have been considered America’s foremost experts on demonology and exorcism.
This book is controversial for being the most accurate source of knowledge and defence about demonic entities in modern times.It challenges the ego, knowledge and methods used by existing demonologists, occultists, the metaphysical community and the church in understanding and defending against the demonic.
Best Demonology Books to Read
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Author(s): Gruppo di Nun
ID: 3665493, Publisher: Urbanomic, Year: 2023, Size: 2 Mb, Format: pdf
Pandemonium: A Visual History of Demonology
Author(s): Ed Simon
ID: 3131561, Publisher: Cernunnos, Year: 2022, Size: 130 Mb, Format: epub
Magic, Witchcraft, and Ghosts in the Enlightenment
Author(s): Michael R. Lynn (editor)
ID: 3183102, Publisher: Routledge, Year: 2022, Size: 3 Mb, Format: pdf
Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are truly chart-busters according to Los Angeles Times, others are composed by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.