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Gustav Davidson
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The classic reference work on angels is beautifully illustrated and its reissue coincides with the resurgence of belief in angels in America. Отзывы - Написать отзыв.

A Dictionary of Angels book. Indeed, my own belief in angels seems to be greater than Gustav Davidson's. In his intriguingly personal and fervent introduction, he has this to say about it: A professed belief in angels would, inevitably, involve me in a belief in the supernatural, and that was the golden snare I did not wish to be caught in.

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Gustav Davidson’s classic text, A dictionary of Angels: Including the Fallen Angels, is the result of sixteen years . Mitä ihmiset sanovat - Kirjoita arvostelu. Käyttäjien tekemät arviot.

Gustav Davidson was born on December 25, 1895 in Warsaw, Poland. In the wake of anti-Jewish pogroms in Poland, his family fled to the United States, settling in New York City in 1907. Davidson received bachelor's and master's degrees at Columbia University in 1919 and 1920 respectively. He is today best remembered as the author of A Dictionary of Angels, Including the Fallen Angels (1967), a popular work detailing the types of angel classes and their roles. This was a popularised compendium of angelology from Talmud, kabbalah, medieval occult writers, gothic grimoires and other sources.

An investigation of the evidence in Talmudic, gnostic, apocalyptic, partristic, and legendary texts concerning immortal, winged beings
  • This is actually a great book if you are working with angels, enochian magic, or with high magic and conjuring.

    This has a lot of angels from many different religious and esoteric books and scrolls.

    I would not recommend this to people that are highly religious, and not open to this kind of work

  • I threw this book away after reading the is nothing but chaotic pseudo-info with no order. The author puts every thing forward as fact , even referencing archaic poems and plays as being good sources for information on the subject.

  • Ever wondered what angels stock you through your open windows at night? Wondering what kind of unearthy ghost substance floats around your home, making sure you pray over those meals? Well look no further than the Dictionary of Angels! You'll learn about all kinds of winged ethereal beings, both big and small! You'll learn all about the forbidden hierarchy of angels and the things they do while you sleep! You'll be ready for those end days like a pro when you can recite all their names with ease! A great read, and an even greater source of insight on a rainy afternoon as you constantly question your very existence in this void of a cosmos! Buy today!

  • I'd give this one 2 or 3 stars . . . it is indeed a type of dictionary, and frankly some if not nearly all entries sort of make you think, "Oh, so who is this angel? Who is this demon?" In other words, it helps just some, sometimes. For many if not most entries, one can doubt, "Even if this one isn't based on a novel like that other one you cited, who holds Enoch to be literal anyway?" Honestly, I thought as far as demons are concerned, I would direct someone to a more modern book by Rosemary Ellen Guilley called The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology. I bought this book for research purposes, and I found a few tidbits here and there. I actually read it at night before I went to bed, day by day, and towards the end I sped up my reading caring less and less about the name's pronunciations and sources, just hoping to get done sooner. I think in heaven I'd rather read God's Encyclopedia of Spirits rather than Gustav's dictionary on earth.

  • I just wanted to give people a little info on the book itself; I'm not going to jump into the "are there really angels," "is this book safe," "could you get yourself cursed" debate.

    The book has many black and white illustrations; there is probably one every three to five pages or so. They are good looking, but this definitely isn't a picture book.

    The book is a pretty good size, and has MANY more angels than I was aware of; it'll take me a while to get through all of them.

    The book is indeed a dictionary. While there are longer passages and descriptions which I found fun to read, this book is a list of the angels, categorized by name, with anything from a one sentence blurb to a few pages devoted to descriptions and info about them. If you are looking for a dictionary, it's spectacular.

    If that description sounds like what you want, you should definitely pick up this book. I couldn't be happier with my purchase.

  • This is an incredible compendium of Angels. It includes the names and descriptions of Angels mentioned in various religious scriptures and literary works. Ranging from the Holy Bible to the Grimoires. The author always cites the source from where he obtained the information about the angel or angel-related topic he is discussing. The illustrations and pictures of works of art depicting Angels are well selected. Although I wish all the Illustrations from Thomas Heywood's Hierarchie of the Blessed Angels had been included instead of just a few. And one last thing about this book, it was featured in the film "The Prophecy" starring Christopher Walken.

  • I purchased this book for my son who loves reading about the Bible, Angels, Mythologies, etc. We ordered this book and the back was very damaged. I contacted the seller and was told a new one was sent out, we never received it.

    My son is diagnosed with Autism so trying to read a book which is falling apart is very stressful to him, but since he had already seen the cover and read the back, he really wanted to get the new book. After we realized that we were never were going to receive the replacement book which we were told was sent, which may have been stolen during the delivery process for all that we know, he has been trying to read the book praying that it stays together while I am praying for no crisis if it does not, he seems to love the information which is included in the book.

    I would refer this book to a friend.

  • Very interesting and loaded with information. Of course you have to believe in it all if you buy the book. I was happy with it and believe most of the information is correct. A lot of research was obviously done just to get all of the info into the book. It is a dictionary so arranged alphabetically. In all, it's quite amazing.