Of Prophets and Prophesy: Visionaries or Voices for Definitive Political Policy by Walter C Cambra, a 1984 monograph, has arrived at the Reading Room courtesy of the author.
“Detailed reading and analysis of the Old Testament books suggest that the term ‘prophet’ refers to a character who voices definitive political policy from within the context of his own generational milieu, rather than the traditional notion of them as visionaries into the circumstances of distant centuries.”
Egyptian Magic in Egyptian Magic by Florence Farr.
“Here we have a representation of a fully initiated ruler. Her Divine Powers are represented on her head-dress by the feathers of the Celestial and Terrestrial Truth; the orb of the Sun; the two Goddesses ruling the commencement and the fruition, represented by the horned and orbed uræii, symbols of beauty, life, and fierce protective motherhood; the ram’s horns of all-penetrating potency; the nemeses with the fiery serpent of prophecy and protection upright before her face.” [via]