If Borges's magus
is anachronistic deliberately rather than accidentally, that may clarify certain motifs in "Las ruinas circulares." First and foremost, there is the question of the purity of the magus
Now that "The Magus
'' is under wraps, Patrick is devoting more time to editing his second book, "The Angel.''
The colours and textures of the fabrics and leathers chosen by Magus
Designs underline the design of our furniture -- a very inspiring and eclectic combination.
International, as much emphasis is put on the technical standards of the fabrics used, as in the construction and finish of the garments themselves.
The specification was developed by Magus
Ltd in collaboration with BSI.
In Dark Magus
, the eldest of Davis's four children opens the door on his father's life, recounting successes and scandals, but also sharing tender family moments.
Ferreiro's 15 chapters examine the literary and artistic reception, throughout the early and medieval Christian periods, of Simon Magus
, the messianic magician of Acts 8.
His topics include Simon Peter and Simon Magus
in the Acts of Peter and the Passion of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Priscillian and Nicolaitism, and Simon Magus
and Simon Peter in Medieval Irish and English legends and in a Baroque alter relief in the Cathedral of Oviedo in Spain.
A bearded Magus
stands prominently at the centre, with his right hand raised in wonderment at seeing the newly born Infant King, and his bare head forms the apex of a triangle.
By contrast, as Lauren Kassell demonstrates, the English astrologer and magus
Simon Forman fused astrology, practical alchemy, Hermetic magic, and medicine into an amalgam that fostered his success as a physician and purveyor of occult remedies in Elizabethan London.
Through typology medieval writers were capable of constructing alleged historical and doctrinal links between Muhammad and two of the most notorious "types" of heresy from early Christianity: Simon Magus
and Nicolas of Antioch.