The Demonology of King James I (originally titled Daemonologie) has been highly-regarded since its 1597 publication, and now Donald Tyson has modernized and annotated the elusive text and its enigmatic language to make it easier for modern readers to understand. Discover the revelations of King James' life-long fascination with demons, his experiences with alleged supernatural entities, and the first recorded witch trials, all complemented by historical illustrations. With this updated version of the original book, unlock the secrets of occult practices in the 16th century and gain insight into this mysterious and critically-acclaimed work.
Donald Tyson, preeminent scholar and historian of the esoteric, has crafted more than a dozen opuses on the secrets of Western traditions. He resides in the picturesque coastal province of Nova Scotia, Canada.