Welcome to our library of free books in .pdf format. Here you’ll find a small but growing collection of documents available to all interested parties.
By Brother A.D.A.
Order for The Traditional Latin Mass (Ordo without Propers)
The Traditional Lutheran Liturgy (Ordo with Proper of the Time)
Order of Night Prayer (Wednesday Nights @ 9pm EST)
Stations of the Cross (Good Friday @ 3pm EST)
Prayer and Spirituality
A Systematic Study of the Catholic Religion (Charles Coppens, 1903)
Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma (Ludwig Ott, 1954)
Manual of Homiletics and Catechetics (Ignaz Scheuech, 1893)
Explanation of the Epistles and Gospels (Leonard Goffine, c.a. 1700)
Ceremonies of the Roman Rite Described (Adrian Fortescue, 1920)
Medieval and Renaissance Magic
NOTE: Theologically orthodox treatments in magical literature are few and far between. The books here presented are chosen more for their (at least nominal) Christian authorship or character, or for their worthiness of study in the context of magical history.
The Heptameron (attr. Pietro di Albano, 1250-1316)
Oration on the Dignity of Man (Pico della Mirandola, 1487)
De Occulta Philosophia, Book 1 (Cornelius Agrippa, 1533)
De Occulta Philosophia, Book 2 (Cornelius Agrippa, 1533)
De Occulta Philosophia, Book 3 (Cornelius Agrippa, 1533)
The So-Called “Fourth Book” of Agrippa (Anonymous, 1559)
The Isagogue of Arbatel (Anonymous, 1575)
The Enchiridion of Pope Leo III (Anonymous, 1633)
Magic in the Modern Era
Dogma and Ritual of High Magic, Part 1 (Eliphas Levi, 1855)
Dogma and Ritual of High Magic, Part 2 (Eliphas Levi, 1856)
The Book of Ceremonial Magic (A.E. Waite, 1913 Edition)
Meditations on the Tarot (attr. Valentin Tromberg, 1985)
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