Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim who lived from 486–1535. Dark Moon Press collects, examines and explains the works of the famed occultist and seeks to reveal the mysteries of the ancient wisdom he attempted to impart his thoughts on the world on magic. The acclaimed thinker provided the first definitive statement for occult philosophy in his masterwork, De Occulta Philosophia Libri Tres, published in 1533. The author felt occult philosophy was the synthetic side of philosophy, combined with skepticism, and believed that behind the natural world lay the celestial world of number the divine world of the angels, would reveal the truth of Christ’s incarnation. In light of faith, through magical practice wedded with philosophical analysis, the magician and occult philosopher could achieve certain knowledge of the divine will.