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Blindside785
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Capricornian Tales - Christian Chelman
Lovecraftian Cermonies - Stephen Minch
Sheherazade - Borodin
Final Curtain - Borodin
Anything written by Anabelle
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Complete Magick, Complete Invocation, Anything by Kotah!, Many things by Brother Shadow, Anything by Masklyn Ye Mage if you can find them.
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My top 10 in no particular order

The Shiels Effect
Daemon's Diary, Andruzzi
The newest Brother Shadow (the name escapes me at the moment)
Pentalogy, Shane
Capricornian Tales (and Hauntiques, I'm guessing, and waiting. . .), The Curator
Arcana of Bizarre Magick, Jim Magus
By Darkness Influenced, Kotah
A Darker Light, Kotah
Magic Tales, Leslie Melville
Lovecraftian Ceremonies, S. Minch

Ok, can't forget Punx and Borodin, but the above are the ones I return to over and over.
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I would also include:

The Practitioner-Journeys into Grey by Gene Poinc. I reread this one all the time.

Laughing Souls by Larry Baukin, there are some very nice routines in there.

Spirit Theater & Strange Ceremonies by Eugene Burger, of course with Burger you get a great insight to why as well as how a routine works.

Making It Bizarre by Nigel Gordon,

and The Big Black Book by Black Hart.
Both titles above are very detailed and entertaining in their routines.
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Cr@p! How could I forget those. I can't do these "best of. . ." things to save my life.
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The Compleat INVOCATION
Capricornian Tales
John Nesbit
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Harlan Tarbell was a true adept and fan of Spirit Magic and the Bizarre presentation.
Harry Houdini owned 3 sets of his Course In Magic. And always carried one with him everywhere he went.

Also The Book Of Toth by Stephen Minch. Just to name a few not already mentioned.
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Spirit Theater & Strange Ceremonies - Eugene Burger
Capricornian Tales - Christian Chelman
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Its Capricornian tales and Sheherazade for me
Think outside the box, cos people are all thinking inside now!! - ClouDsss
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I concur with those above and add the following:

Tony Doc Sheils - Daemons, Darklings, and Dopplegangers - Cantrip Codex - Bizarre - Something Strange

Jim Magus - Raising the Dead for Fun and Profit (I highly recommend this book GREAT seance info) - Turn of a Friendly Card (Tarot Magic) - The Talking Board (OuiJa Magic) - and there is one on Runes but I can't find it at this moment.

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On 2006-09-18 02:03, D Byrd wrote:
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- and there is one on Runes but I can't find it at this moment.
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Doug,

The title of Jim Magus' work on runes is "Mysteries of the Runes". There is not too much literature on runes and bizarre magic. "At the Gates of Wyrd" by Van Warren is another one, and Black Hart has an excellent treatise on rune casting called "Runes with a View".
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