Necromancy is the act of conjuring the dead for divination. It dates back to Persia, Greece and Rome, and in the Middle Ages was widely practiced by magicians, sorcerers, and witches. Necromancy is not to be confused with conjuring devils or demons for help. Necromancy is the seeking of the spirits of the dead. The spirits are sought because they, being without physical bodies, are no longer limited by the earthly plane.

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Azrael Project Online
Encounters with the Angel of Death, necromantic practice, art and literature.
Internet Book of Shadows: Necromancy (reprint)
Extensive article on the art of Necromancy.
The Library of Knowledge - Advanced Death Magic
An article on the use of death magic.
The Mystica: Necromancy
Brief overview on the history and meaning of Necromancy.
Necromancy
History of this art with Bible references from a Catholic perspective.
Necromancy
Provides general information about Necromancy.
Necromancy: The Art of Thanatos
History and use of Thanatos by author Michelle Belanger.
Occultopedia: Necromancy
Information about Necromancy with related links.
Wikipedia: Necromancy
Article describing the art and history of Necromancy.
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