Monday, September 28, 2015

200 Books on DVDROM about Satan the Devil & Witchcraft

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Contents of Disk (created on a Windows computer):

Three Inquiries Into the Scriptural Doctrine Concerning the Devil
by Walter Balfour 1842

The biography of Satan, or, A historical exposition of the devil and his fiery dominions : disclosing the oriental origin of the belief in a devil and future endless punishment; also, an explanation of the pagan origin of the scriptural terms, bottomless pit, lake of fire and brimstone, chains of darkness, casting out devils, worm that never dieth, etc.  by Kersey Graves 1924

Satan Absolved: A Victorian Mystery by Wilfrid Scawen Blunt - 1899


The Devil is an Ass (1905) Ben Johnson

Lucifer: A Theological Tragedy by George Santayana 1899

Studies in Occultism: A Series of Reprints from the Writings of H. P. Blavatsky 1910

The case of Saul, Shewing that his Disorder was a Real Spiritual Possession by Granville Sharp 1807

Gods and Devils of Mankind by Frank Stockton Dobbins 1897

Infernal Conference: Or, Dialogues of Devils by The Listener 1835

Demonology - The Scripture Doctrine of Devils 1856 by Joseph Young

Elizabethan Demonology: An Essay in Illustration of the Belief in the Existence of Devils by Thomas Spaulding 1880

All about Devils: Or, An Inquiry as to Whether Modern Spiritualism and Other Great Reforms Emanate from his Satanic Majesty by Moses Hull 1902

Satan's diary by L Andreyev 1920

Satan, his Origin, Work, and destiny by Carlyle Boynton Haynes 1920 (many illustrations)

The Devil: his Origin, Greatness, and Decadence by Albert Reville 1877

Devil Stories - an Anthology by M Rudwin 1921 (The devil in a nunnery, The marriage of the devil, The devil and Tom Walker, From the memoirs of Satan, The devil's wager, The printer's devil, The devil's mother-in-law, The three low masses, Devil-puzzlers, The devil's round, The demon pope, Madam Lucifer, Lucifer, The Devil, The devil and the old man)

The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ as Revised and Corrected by The Spirits, by Leonard Thorn 1861

Satan as a Moral Philosopher by CS Henry 1877

The Bible history of Satan. Is he a fallen angel? 1858

Description of Satan's court -  Satan makes a speech, giving the result of 6000 years' study of man; exults at his success by WB Harris 1884

History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures -Proofs of the being of Satan and of evil spirits by Josiah Priest 1839

An Attempt to Prove that the Opinion Concerning the Devil as a Fallen Angel hath No Real Foundation in Scripture by William Ashdowne 1794

Babylonian Influence on the Bible and Popular Beliefs - A Study of Genesis 1 and 2 by Abram Smythe Palmer 1897

Devil Worship - the Sacred Books and Traditions of the Yezidiz by Joseph Isya 1919

The God of this World - The Devil in history by Hollis Read 1875

Luciferianism or Satanism in English Freemasonry Volume 1 by Leon Fouquet 1898

Luciferianism or Satanism in English Freemasonry Volume 2 by Leon Fouquet 1898

The Autobiography of Satan, edited by John Beard 1872

The Believer's Victory over Satan's Devices by William Parson 1876

Diabolology - The person and kingdom of Satan by Ed Jewett 1889

The Fall of Lucifer - The Origin of Evil by ET Smets 1896

Satan's Guile and Satan's Wiles by E Lloyd Jones 1882

The History of the Devil by Daniel Defoe by 1727

The Life and Labors of the Devil by TT Johnson 1892

Foot Prints of Satan: Pope and Jesuits Against Bible by JG White 1874

The Passing of Satan, Death and Hell by Andrew Rogers 1903

The Book of the Damned by Charles Fort 1919

The Book of Adam and Eve: Also Called the Conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan by Solomon Caesar Malan 1882

Resuscitated - a Dream or Vision of the existence after Death. The soul before Satan and Lucifer, or the modernized Hades. Discourse of Lucifer on national, social, religious and scientific topics, principally about the United States of America by 1883

Devil reveals Himself - The Devil in his own defence by Richard Orme 1894

The Secret Doctrine; the Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy by Helen Blavatsky Volume 2 1888 (has sections on "Satanic Myths" and "Holy Satan"

The Origin of Sin, and Dotted words in the Hebrew Bible by E Gibbes 1893

The Origin of Sin and its Relations to God and the Universe by E Cook 1899

Spiritism, the Modern Satanism by Thomas Francis Coakley 1920

Modern Diabolism commonly called Modern Spiritualism by MJ Williamson 1873

La Bas (DOWN THERE. also known as The Damned) by Joris-Karl Huysmans (Huysmans' most famous work, Là-Bas deals with the subject of Satanism in contemporary France, and the novel stirred a certain amount of controversy on its first appearance.)

The Satanism of Huysmans, article in The Open Court, 1920

Proofs of Spirit Forces by G Henslow 1920

Proofs of the Spirit World by Agnes Gray 1920

Devils, Drugs, and Doctors - the story of the Science of Healing from Medicine Men to Doctor by Howard Haggard 1913
The Devil Worshipper by Frederick A. Ray 1908

Primitive Christianity and Its Corruptions: Discourses by Adin Ballou - 1870
"What, then, is there unreasonable, or incredible, in
the primitive Christian doctrine concerning demons,
a prince of demons, possession, and exorcism?
It is felt and said that this entire demonology is
inherently repulsive and abhorrent to the moral
reason, as well as derogatory to the character of a
perfectly good, wise, and powerful God. Answer.
Why is it any more so than the existence and wickedness
of similar evil beings in this mortal state?"

Satan: His Personality, Power and Overthrow
by Edward McKendree Bounds 1922

The Devil in Britain and America by John Ashton 1896
(Purports to have a "facsimile of the only known specimen of the devil's handwriting)

The History of the Devil and the Idea of Evil
by Paul Carus - 1899

War with Devils: Ministration Of, and Communion with Angels
by Isaac Ambrose 1769

Demoniality; Or, Incubi and Succubi
by Ludovico Maria Sinistrari  1879

A View of the Scripture Revelations Respecting Good and Evil Angels
by Richard Whately - Spirits - 1856


The Phantom World: Or, The Philosophy of Spirits, Apparitions
by Augustin Calmet 1850 (first 361 pages only)

Letters to the Rev. William E. Channing, D.D., on the Existence and Agency of Fallen Spirits
by Canonicus, William Ellery Channing 1828

Principalities and Powers in Heavenly Places
by Charlotte Elizabeth 1848

The Existence of Evil Spirits Proved
by Walter Scott  1843

An Essay on Evil Spirits; Or, Reasons to Prove Their Existence
by William Carlisle 1825

Elizabethan Demonology: An Essay in Illustration of the Belief in Devils
by Thomas Alfred Spalding 1880 (Page x is damaged)

Satans Invisible World Discovered
by George Sinclair 1872

Demon Possession and Allied Themes: Being an Inductive Study of Phenomena of our own Times
by John Livingston Nevius 1896

The Pedigree of the Devil by Frederic Thomas Hall 1883

The Holy Spirit and Other Spirits
by Daniel Otis Teasley 1904 (missing several pages)

An Essay on Demonology, Ghosts and Apparitions, and Popular Superstitions
by James Thacher 1831

A Safe View of Spiritism for Catholics
by Joseph C. Sasia 1920

Daemonologia Sacra: Or, A Treatise of Satan's Temptations by Richard Gilpin, Alexander Balloch Grosart - 1867 - 470 pages

Demonology and Devil-lore by Moncure Daniel Conway - 1879

Satan In Society  by Nicholas Francis Cooke M.D., L.L.D 1890
Discusses how Satan is prevalent in Society due to Infidels, Onanists (masturbators) and Abortions...and all this in 1890.

SATAN By LEWIS SPERRY CHAFER 1909 (searchable pdf)
Foreword, by Dr. C. I. Scofield
   I. The Career of Satan
  II. The Ages
 III. The Course of This Age
  IV. This Age and the Satanic System
   V. The Satanic Host
  VI. Satan's Motive
 VII. Satan's Methods
VIII. The Man of Sin
  IX. The Fatal Omission
   X. Modern Devices
  XI. The Believer's Present Position
 XII. The Believer's Present Victory

Showing How the Horse-Shoe Came to Be a Charm against Witchcraft by EDWARD G. FLIGHT.

A STORY OF SEVEN DEVILS by Frank R. Stockton (searchable pdf)

THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER by Washington Irving (searchable pdf)

The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut, 1647-1697 by John Metcalf Taylor - 1908 - 170 page

Salem Witchcraft: With an Account of Salem Village, and a History of Opinion of Witchcraft Kindred Subjects by Charles Wentworth Upham - 1867

The Witchcraft Delusion in New England: Its Rise, Progress, and Termination by Cotton Mather, Robert Calef - 1866

Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft by Walter Scott, Henry Morley - 1898 - 310 pages

Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648-1706 by George Lincoln Burr - 1914 - 460 pages

The Psychology of the Salem Witchcraft Excitement of 1692 by George Miller Beard - 1882 - 109 pages

Irish Witchcraft and Demonology by St. John Drelincourt Seymour - 1913 - 245 pages

The Attitude of the Catholic Church Towards Witchcraft and the Allied Practises by Antoinette Marie Pratt - 1915 - 130 pages

The Superstitions of Witchcraft by Howard Williams - 270 pages

A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718 by Wallace Notestein - 1911 - 435 pages

An History of Magic, Witchcraft, and Animal Magnetism by John C. Colquhoun - 1851

A Collection of Rare and Curious Tracts on Witchcraft and the Second Sight by David Webster - 1820 - 180 pages

Cotton Mather and Salem Witchcraft by William Frederick Poole - 1869
Hypnotism, Mesmerism and the New Witchcraft by Ernest Abraham Hart - 1896 - 208 pages

Fallacy of Ghosts, Dreams, and Omens: With Stories of Witchcraft and Monomania by Charles Ollier - 1848 - 245 pages

Mysteries, Or, Glimpses of the Supernatural, Containing Accounts by Charles Wyllys Elliott - 1852 - 265 pages

Faith-healing: Christian Science and Kindred Phenomena - Page 218
by James Monroe Buckley- 1892 - 303 pages DOES THE BIBLE TEACH THE REALITY OF WITCHCRAFT?

Demonology and Devil-lore by Moncure Daniel Conway - 1879

The Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia: Being Babylonian and Assyrian Incantations against the Demons Ghouls Vampires Hobgoblins Ghosts and Kindred Evil Spirits which Attack Mankind by Reginald Campbell Thompson - 1903

War with Devils: Ministration Of, and Communion with Angels by Isaac Ambrose - 1769 - 361 pages

Spirit Rapping Unveiled!: An Exposé of the Origin, History, Theology
by Hiram Mattison - 1855 - 230 pages
Witches and Wizards of the Bible—Origin of Witchcraft—Witches ani Wizards—Necromancers
and Soothsayers—Astrologers and Magicians— Modern Fortune-tellers

Lives of the Necromancers: Or, An Account of the Most Eminent Persons
by William Godwin - 1834 - 460 pages
"THE oldest and most authentic record from which we can derive our ideas on the
subject of necromancy and witchcraft, unquestionably is the Bible."

An Essay on Demonology, Ghosts and Apparitions, and Popular Superstitions by James Thacher - 1831 - 230 pages

Critical Studies in St. Luke's Gospel: Its Demonology and Ebionitism
by Colin Campbell - 1891 - 310 pages

Antiquity Unveiled: Ancient Voices from the the Spirit Realms Disclose the Most Startling Revelations Proving Christianity to be of Heathen Origin by Jonathan Roberts - 1894 - 600 pages

The Bible Devil, a Modern Interpretation By Henry Richard Bender 1917

The Autobiography of Satan by John Beard 1872

The Biography of Satan by Kersey Graves

The Dragon, Image, and Demon by Hampden Du Bose 1886

The Evil eye, Thanatology, and other Essays by Roswell Park 1912

The worship of the serpent by John B Deane 1833

Serpent Worship, from the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics by James Hastings 1922

A Personal Devil, article in The Unitarian review 1890

The Political History of the devil by Daniel Defoe 1726

The Origin, the nature, the kingdom, the works, and the destiny of the Devil by WA Jarrel 1892

A Dictionary of Miracles, imitative, realistic, and dogmatic by Ebenezer C Brewer 1884 (the devil(s) is mentioned nearly 900 times, Satan over 100 times)

Devil Tales by Virginia Frazer Boyle 1900

The Reign of the Evil One by CF Ramuz 1922

Does the Lord's Prayer Mention the Devil, article in Bibliotheca sacra 1891

Christ and other masters (has a section called "Doctrine of the Evil One) by Charles Hardwick 1859

Priests and philosophers (Personality of the Evil One) by William Gresley 1873

Legends of Old Testament characters by S. Baring-Gould 1871

Semitic Magic by RC Thompson 1908

Spiritism and the cult of the dead in antiquity by Lewis Bayles Paton - 1921

The Classic of Spiritism by Lucy Milburn 1922

The Sacred Book of Death: Hindu Spiritism, Soul Transition and Soul Reincarnation 1905 by DR LW Delaurance

Spiritism - the origin of all religions by JP Dameron 1885

The Serpent in Genesis, article in the Unitarian Review 1891

The Rise and Progress of the Serpent from the Garden of Eden to the Present by Mary M. Dyer 1847 (Shakerism)

The Serpent of Eden: a philological and critical essay on the text of Genesis 3 and its various interpretations by Jose P. Val d'Eremao 1888

The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors by Kersey Graves (Chapter 3 - Prophecies by the Figure of a Serpent) 1919

The Devil Satan said to be of Persian Origin, article in Current opinion 1888

The Existence and Fall of Satan and his Angels, article in the Methodist magazine and quarterly review 1838

The Devil by Charles Carroll Everett, article in The Thinker 1895

Plus you get the following books on the Devil in Literature

The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction by Dorothy Scarborough 1917

The Supernatural in Romantic Fiction by Edward Yardley 1880

A Drama of Exile and other poems, Volume 1, by Elizabeth Barrett Browning 1845

A Drama of Exile and other poems, Volume 2, by Elizabeth Barrett Browning 1845

A House of Pomegranates by Oscar Wilde (The Fisherman and his Soul) 1918

The Talisman by Sir Walter Scott 1876

They that Walk in Darkness by Israel Zangwill 1899 (the devil here appears as Satan Mekatrig)

The Man in Black by Stanley Weyman 1894

Great short stories (Ghost Stories, contains "Thrawn Janet" by RL Stevenson) 1909

War Letters from the Living Dead Man by Elsa Barker 1915

Melmoth the Wanderer, Volume 1 by Charles Robert Maturin 1820 (uncle of Jane Wilde, Oscar Wilde's mother)

Melmoth the Wanderer, Volume 2 by Charles Robert Maturin 1820

Melmoth the Wanderer, Volume 3 by Charles Robert Maturin 1820

Melmoth the Wanderer, Volume 4 by Charles Robert Maturin 1820 (The central character, Melmoth, is a scholar who sells his soul to the devil in exchange for 150 extra years of life; he spends that time searching for someone who will take over the pact for him.)

The Countess Eve by JH Shorthouse 1893 (here the devil appears differently to each tempted soul)

The Devil by Ferenc Molnár, 1908

The Sin-Eater by Fiona Macleod 1895

The Great God Pan by Arthur Machen 1894 (Stephen King calls this book "maybe the best [horror] story in the English language)

The House of Souls by Arthur Machen 1906

The Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, Volume 1 (1800's)

The Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, Volume 2 (The Devil in the Belfry) (1800's)

The Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, Volume 3 (Never Bet the Devil Your Head) (1800's)

The Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, Volume 3 (1800's)

Eugene Field, an auto-analysis - How one friar met the Devil and two pursued him 1901

The Holy Cross and Other Tales by Eugene Field (Daniel and the Devil) 1899

Septimius Felton by Nathaniel Hawthorne 1871 (Felton makes a deal with the devil to secure the elixir of life)

Lovers in heaven by Julian Hawthorne 1905 (Dead man meets the devil in the afterlife and find the devil looks like him)

Heroes and Heroines of Fiction - Famous characters and famous names in novels, romances, poems and dramas, classified, analyzed and criticised, with supplementary citations from the best authorities by William S Walsh 1914

Rídan the Devil by Louise Becke 1899

Seven legends by Gottfried Keller 1911 (The Virgin and the devil)

The Revolt of the Angels by Anatole France 1914 (full of metaphysical mockery on the one hand and a portrayal of Satan as seeker of mysteries on the other.)

The Home of the Seven Devils by Horace Newte 1913

The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus by Christoper Marlowe 1897

Vondel's Lucifer, by Joost von den Vondel 1604

The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake 1906

The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner by James Hogg 1824 (simultaneously infers a pseudo-Christian world of angels, devils, and demonic possession.)

Devil Stories - an Anthology by MJ Rudwin 1921 [19 tales] (Contains: The Devil in a Nunnery by F.O. Mann. Belphagor; or, The marriage of the devil by N. Machiavelli. The Devil and Tom Walker by W. Irving. From the memoirs of Satan by W. Hauff. St. John's eve by N.V. Gógol. The Devil's wager by W.M. Thackeray. The Painter's bargain by W.M. Thackeray. Bon-Bon by E.A. Poe. The Printer's devil. The Devil's mother-in-law by Fernan Caballero. The Generous Gambler by Charles Baudelaire. The 3 Low Masses by A. Duadet. Devil-Puzzlers by F. Perkins. The Devil's Round by Charles Deulin. The Legend of Mont St. Michel by Guy de Maupassant. The Demon Pope by Richard Garnett. Madam Lucifer by Richard Garnett. Lucifer by Anatole France. The Devil by Maxim Gorky. The Devil and the Old Man by John Masefield.

Pierce Penniless's supplication to the Devil by Thomas Nashe 1592

The Three Devils: Luther's, Milton's, and Goethe's by David Masson 1874

Paradise Lost by John Milton 1910

The Temptation of Saint Anthony by Gustave Flaubert 1910

The Sorrows of Satan by Marie Corelli 1896

Faust by Goethe 1908

Mr. Faust by Arthur Ficke

Faust's Death by Carl Moelling 1865

The Faust Legend And Goethes faust by HB Cotterill 1912

Flowers of Evil by Charles Baudelaire 1909

Asmodeus at Large by Edward Bulwer Lytton 1833

The Wonderful Visit by HG Wells 1914

Dante's Inferno 1888

The Devil's Case by RW Buchanan 1896

Satanism and Witchcraft, alternatively titled La Sorcière: The Witch in the Middle Ages by Jules Michelet 1863

The Tragedy of Man by Imre Madách 1908 (famous Hungarian play featuring Adam, Eve and Lucifer)

The Devil's Disciple by George Bernard Shaw 1901

The Mysterious Stranger by Mark Twain 1922

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  1. The Talking Demon—Fanny B. Ward N.Y. Journal 1890
    According to historical accounts Valladolid, in Yucatan, has been the theatre of remarkable events in days not very distant. It is asserted, on the authority of the church, that the place was once haunted by a demon of the worst character, called “a demonio parlero,” or talking devil, because he held nightly discourse with any who chose to question him, answering like a parrot. Though never visible, he seems to have been a merry sort of devil, dancing, laughing, playing on guitars and castanets. After a time he took to throwing stones into houses, pelting people with eggs, slandering honest folk —in short, getting the whole town by the ears to such an extent that the Bishop of Merida was obliged to interfere and forbid any one to speak to the demon under pain of severe spiritual punishment. It is related that when the people abstained from any further communication with him the demonio wept and wailed and finally took revenge by burning houses. At this alarming juncture the curé was compelled to seek divine assistance, and after a long tussle succeeded in ousting the devil, who fled to the woods. In an official report the pious Doctor Sanchez de Aguilar says: “An aunt of mine, one day vexed with this devil, said to him, ‘Go out of my house, thou evil one.’ And she gave him a blow on the face that left his nose redder than cochineal (a traditional red dye). Forty years afterward, when I was a curé of the same city, the demonio returned to infest some of my annexed villages, especially that of Yulcoba. He always came at midnight or at one o'clock A.M. with a great whirlwind, dust, and noise as of a hurricane. Stones swept over the entire pueblo, and though the Indians promptly put out all the fires in their kitchens, even this did not avail, for from the flames with which the devil himself was tormented proceeded flashes like mighty comets or wandering stars, which did fire two or three houses at once, and spread so rapidly that there were not people enough to put them out. I, being sent for to come and drive him away, conjured the demon with the faith and zeal that God gave me, and commanded him not to enter that village again, whereupon the fires and the whirlwind ceased, to the glory and honor of the Divine Majesty which has given such power to the priests.” Being thus banished from Yulcoba, the demon returned to Valladolid with new burnings, but was finally barred out altogether by setting up consecrated crosses on all the surrounding hills. These he could not pass, and to this day hundreds of these holy crosses stand guard around Valladolid.