Mysticism and magic: a complete history of the middle ages. Even today, scientists continue to study the artifacts of the time, and some are downright scary.
Particular attention to the book, supposedly written by the devil himself. After all, even the leading minds can’t explain their origin.
The Codex Gigas
Or Devil’s Bible, was written around 1295. Spells, strange images, images of Lucifer — according to legend, the Codex was created by the monk with the devil in exchange for his soul. The code he wrote in just one night. Today the book is kept in the National library of Stockholm and to see her everyone can.
The Gnostic Gospels
This is a collection of early Christian texts are filled with the fact that modern Ministers of the Church can only be described as heresy.
Writings of early “Christian” Gnostics. After the first century Christianity arose the first division of the traditional Christians and the Gnostics.
Note that Gnosticism is a religious movement that gained momentum in the early days of Christianity between the first and fourth centuries.
In the text there are still pieces that scientists have not been able to translate. The book contains magical spells, instructions on astrology and demonology.
A treatise of the XVI century associated with the name Gioia Di, thinker of the Elizabethan era, was interested in the occult. The scientist said that owns one copy of this book, and he became literally obsessed with unlocking its secrets.
Decretalia of Gregory IX
One of the most strange and mysterious manuscripts from the past – collection of Canon law, commissioned by Pope Gregory IX and is known as Decretalia Gregory IX (XIII century).
But here you can find incredible stories, causing surprise to many generations of archivists and readers. In the decree of the head of the whole Catholic Church, the Supreme ruler of the Holy see you can find pictures with scenes of violence; giant rabbits, decapitation of people, geese, Lynch wolf, unicorns and many other, no less intriguing.
The Necronomicon or Mysteries of the Worm
The book, invented by Howard Lovecraft and is often cited in literary works based on the Cthulhu Mythos. According to the story “Witch Log”, this book describes all the magical rituals, as well as a complete history of the Ancients, who constantly fought fierce wars.
We will remind, it is considered that there is no greater sin than that, as did Judas Iscariot. His name is synonymous with villainy and treachery. How true the biblical story about the betrayal of Judas?
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.