Cat in the Mysteries of Religion and Magic

By: Howey, M. Oldfield

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Thin spot at bottom of dust jacket spine where a price tag or label has been removed. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 253 pages; The role and use of the cat in history, religion, and mysticism. With 244 line drawings. Contents: Bast; Sekhmet; The Sistrum; Cat and the serpent; Cat and the riddle of Isis; Cat in Chaldean and Egyptian Magism; Freya and her cats; Christ and the cat; The Virgin and the cat; May kitten; Corn cat; Cat and the Sabbath; Witches in cat form; Witch cats and repercussion; Secret sects and cat worship; Cat as sacrifice; Cat and transmigration; Temple cat; Animated cat images; Cat in the necropolis; Cat in paradise; Ghostly cats; Demon cats; Vampire cats; Cat genii and familiars; Cat as omen of death; Clairvoyant cats; Cats and telepathy; Cat as phallic symbol; Cat as charm and talisman; Symbology of cat and mouse; Cat in heraldry; Cat's nine lives; Cat's nomenclature; Manx legends; L'Envoi.

Title: Cat in the Mysteries of Religion and Magic

Author Name: Howey, M. Oldfield

Categories: Religion , Mythology, Inspiration C 1,

Edition: First Edition Thus

Publisher: Rutland , Vermont, Tuttle Pub: 1981

ISBN Number: 0804813604

ISBN Number 13: 9780804813600

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Good+ dust jacket

lbs: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 4649