Daniel Harms explores his insights into how the different grimoires compares to other works of magic from the seventeenth century, detailed commentary on the period’s cosmological and theological views, and a description of the attitudes toward demons, angels, fairies, and other spirit entities.
Dan Harms is a librarian and writer from upstate New York. He holds two masters’ degrees, one in anthropology and one in library and information science. His major area of research is magic from antiquity to the present, and he has edited multiple works on magical topics. He has also been published in Abraxas, Fortean Times, the Journal for the Academic Study of Magic, the Journal of Scholarly Publishing, among others.