Three Books of Occult Philosophy

Written by: Autumn Faulkner

Primary Source: Wallace Conservation Lab

Did you know that your belly button is the center of a perfect circle formed by your extended arms and legs? No? It’s true! Well….at least, according to Three Books of Occult Philosophy, which Bexx was working on again this morning. The pages are getting a second round of paper repairs before she begins reassembling everything. For more totally legitimate facts about the geometry of the human body, astrology, the powers of certain plants and herbs, and other fascinating occult topics, you can check out an electronic version of this tome here: 

http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b5036408~S39a

Or visit MSU Special Collections in a few weeks to see our copy, freshly washed and repaired.~Autumn
Did you know that your belly button is the center of a perfect circle formed by your extended arms and legs? No? It’s true!

Well….at least, according to Three Books of Occult Philosophy, which Bexx was working on again this morning. The pages are getting a second round of paper repairs before she begins reassembling everything.

For more totally legitimate facts about the geometry of the human body, astrology, the powers of certain plants and herbs, and other fascinating occult topics, you can check out an electronic version of this tome here:  http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b5036408~S39a

Or visit MSU Special Collections in a few weeks to see our copy, freshly washed and repaired.

~Autumn

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Autumn Faulkner
Autumn Faulkner is the Assistant Head of Cataloging and Metadata Services at Michigan State University Libraries with a secondary assignment in the Wallace Conservation Lab. She enjoys providing access to MSUL's resources, whether than involves managing projects, cataloging a stack of books, or repairing an old map so it can be handled by patrons. Her research interests include the upcoming transition of bibliographic data to the Semantic Web environment and efficient methods for creating and maintaining that data.
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