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Marjorie Bowen – Black Magic

Posted by demonik on May 7, 2009

Marjorie Bowen – Black Magic: A Tale of the Rise and Fall of the Anti-Christ [# 13] (Sphere, 1974)

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Marjorie Bowen’s fascinating tale of the rise and fall of the Anti-Christ is a classic of occult literature. Witches, demons and gallant defenders of the faith cross the panoply of her story in superb array as her heroes face the awful trial of marching on Rome itself to fight the devil-driven Pope.

Black Magic is Volume 13 in the Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult

3 Responses to “Marjorie Bowen – Black Magic”

  1. Catherine said

    Just finished this novel – richly atmospheric psychological drama, full of double-crossing ruthlessness, switched alliances, secret and sordid guilt – manages to express the terrible blasphemy of a magician taking over the vatican, while making you half-root for the villain/anti-hero

  2. My friend wants to read a story I wrote in a video on her Youtube channel. I’m concerned that my story could be stolen by some one, and have them claim it as their own, not that I think it’s really good enough for anyone to want to steal it. How likely do you think it would be that my story would be plagiarized? Is there anything Youtube does to try to stop plagiarism?.

    • demonik said

      An enquiry from lingerie online! I can die happy. Unfortunately, I can’t really advise on your query. Post anything online and it’s likely to get nicked sooner rather than later.

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