Natural magick by John Baptista Porta, a Neapolitane: in twenty books: wherein are set forth all the riches and delights of the natural sciences. By John Baptista Porta. Magia Naturalis (in English, Natural Magic) is a work of popular science first published in Naples in Its twenty books include. Giambattista della (John Baptist) Porta (?), was a A Table Containing the General Heads of Natural Magick · “Preface To BY John Baptista Porta.
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To extract Essence out of Flesh. Asses are made drunk.
A Vine to be purgative. Dog that will do tricks and feats. Figs that shall be purgative. In what ground there grow the best Beans to be preserved for store. To dye the Eye-brows. A Preservative against Envy. The Fire-Darts the Ancients used. Jean Skarstedt Paris Stockholm Published: How to extract Gum out of Fennel. To know which Loadstone is the more perfect.
Wheat to increase the weight of Wheat. To renew letters decayed. Baptistw to take the sent out of Gloves. Curb soft and loose Brests. To adde or take off Hair. He may handle fire without hurt. The Essence of Aqua Vitae.
A Hen and a Pheasant may gender together. Make a Glass that shall represent much diversity of Images. Pomegranates to grow greater then ordinary: Nuts may be long preserved.
Natural Magick by Porta, John Baptista
The time, wherein Citrons are to be gathered. What colour their young ones will be of. Fish-hooks to become extream hard. Onions may be made sweeter. To make baptiista seem like to Blackmores. A most scalding Oyl.
To tincture Silver into gold. The fruits of those Palm-trees which grow in salt places, are fittest to be preserved.
Deers flesh become venemous. Bread is made of Rape-roots, Turneps, and Skirworts. How to make Perfumes of Waters. Cucumbers will be tenderer.
A Water for the Separation of Silver. To catch a Sargus. Thread of Aloes in America.
Stags and Bores are taken with a Pipe. Oyl may be made of Ricinus, call’d Cicinum.
To mend weak wine. How to make sweet Balls. Cocks flesh grows tender.