The Academy of Mystic Arts

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[From Amazing Science Fiction magazine for August 1973.]

The "Academy for Mystic Arts" which sponsored this ad seems no longer to exist, although there are other, newer organizations with that name. The original Academy has left very few traces behind on the internet, although one lead seems to point to a connection with the famed astrologer named Zolar.

I love the testimony at the end about how relations with the boyfriend have improved. Well, of course they have--you put a zombie spell on him!

Posted By: Paul - Mon Oct 27, 2008
Category: New Age, Paranormal, Advertising, 1970s





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You need to read that bit about the boy friend a bit better, Paul. Seems like it's BS! And, anyhow, a black AND white cat, no hat, broom or cauldron?
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 10/27/08 at 10:40 AM
Expat47--what do you want, for a mail-order witch license?!?
Posted by Paul on 10/27/08 at 10:49 AM
Paul, truth in zapping!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 10/27/08 at 11:18 AM
Paul T--a much more likely explanation!
Posted by Paul on 10/27/08 at 11:42 AM
RevJSH--that's a cool connection!
Posted by Paul on 10/27/08 at 11:42 AM
This destroys all my myths about witches. She's hot. Where's her wart and her crooked nose? Where's the straggly, grey hair? And she has a beautiful pussy...I'm talking about the cat!
Posted by Madd Maxx on 10/27/08 at 12:50 PM
The Relationships Improve testimony is signed by B.S.
Posted by Shira on 05/14/12 at 08:33 PM
On the back of the page is an ad for X-Ray Glasses!
Posted by tadchem on 09/12/12 at 04:25 PM
Crowley, Eliphas Levi and Gerald Gardner, (and I'm sure there were others), all had books out well before 1973.
If you want to learn something, go to a library, not the latest issue of some supermarket tabloid.
Posted by Cindy in Evansville, IN on 09/28/13 at 03:09 PM
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