Dictionnaire infernal english pdf


 

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Dictionnaire Infernal English Pdf

(FR) (PDF) – Dictionnaire Infernal () | Jacques Auguste Simon Collin de Plancy Even if you have never heard about this book, you have. The Dictionnaire Infernal (English: Infernal Dictionary) is a book on demonology, describing . Google Books PDF download available; Dictionnaire infernal: ou Répertoire universel des êtres, des personnages, PDF download available . Posts about download dictionnaire infernal dictionary demons witches halloween pdf written by sonsofsolomon.

This book has so much of a history and oddities associated with it that you could almost write a book about it. I will try to cram as much of it as possible into one blog post. The first oddity of this book is a rather unique value system of its editions. Amateurs and aficionados alike know that first edition of any book is the most valued one. Subsequent editions decline in value. Sixth edition, printed by Henry Plon in is the most coveted edition of Dictionnaire Infernal because it is the only edition that contains the famous illustrations. This causes a situation that is very weird in the book world. Sixth edition in damaged condition, with some pages detached and badly in need of restauration sells for over Euros. When de Plancy wrote this book and published it in he was an atheist. He believed that church uses drawings of demons and similar monsters to scare people into their faith. Less than 15 years later he had turned.

Theologians should leave to the poets the depiction of Hell, and not themselves seek to frighten minds with hideous paintings and appalling books" p. The skepticism of Collin de Plancy increasingly subsided over time. By the end of he was an enthusiastic Roman Catholic , to the consternation of his former admirers.

This influence is most clearly seen in the sixth and final edition of the book, which is decorated with many engravings and seeks to affirm the existence of the demons.

Many articles written in the Dictionnaire Infernal illustrate the author's vacillation between rationalism , faith , and willingness to believe without evidence. But the cards, merely human artifacts, not knowing either the future, nor the present, nor the past, have nothing of the individuality of the person consulting them. For a thousand different people they will have the same result; and consulted twenty times about the same subject, they will produce twenty contradictory productions" p.

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When de Plancy wrote this book and published it in he was an atheist. He believed that church uses drawings of demons and similar monsters to scare people into their faith.

Less than 15 years later he had turned. He became a Catholic and hired an artist Luis Breton who prepared yes, five hundred and fifty illustrations for the 6th edition of the book.

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Breton made 69 illustrations and M. Jarrault engraved them.

This is a good example of someone making a benign mistake which then gets copied by more people all over the web. In fact, when you look at the illustrations in the PDF in some detail you will see that indeed some not all demon illustrations are signed with initials L. Although the book mentions only L. Jacque, Didiot and Jarrault are people who simply worked in the studio of M. Breton who was a renowned artist of his time. Full Dictionnaire Infernal has illustrations and was not until now available in PDF for free download.

A picture is worth a thousand words. If you look at the detail comparison below, you will see that the scan is not a top-of-the-line production. Still, this PFD is definitely a must for all aficionados of occult or illustrations. Here is one nice example of what you have been missing: Yes, these engravings of demons made by L.

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Breton are all under 2 inches in size. Even the nearly full-page sizes presented in Demonographia are a tribute to graphic editing skills of the guys at Trident Books. Taking a 2 inch picture and making it look good when it is magnified 2 — 3 times is an achievement but this is as far as it can be reasonably stretched. I hope all of the above has opened your appetite for enjoying one of the finest pieces of occult related art available to-date.

Please note that you can also get a text version of the book at the same URL above.

With the help of the Google automatic translation you can actually see what it says for each entry in the book and thus partially compensate for the fact that this edition never had an English translation. The first oddity of this book is a rather unique value system of its editions. Amateurs and aficionados alike know that first edition of any book is the most valued one. Subsequent editions decline in value.

Sixth edition, printed by Henry Plon in is the most coveted edition of Dictionnaire Infernal because it is the only edition that contains the famous illustrations.