Exorcism by Jews

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Bibliography (1)

1. Bjorling, Joel, Consulting Spirits: A Biblliography, London: Greenwood Press, 1998.



General (10)

1. Bonner, C., The Technique of Exorcism, HTR, 36 (1943), pp 39-49.

2. Bourguignon, Erika (ed.), Religion, Altered States of Conciousness, and Social Change, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1973.

3. Bourguignon, Erika, Spirit Possession Belief and Social Structure, A Bharati (ed), The Realm of the Extra-Human: Ideas and Actions, The Hague - Paris: Mouton Publishers, 1976, pp 17-26.

4. Lewis, I. M., Ecstatic Religion: A Study of shamanism and spirit possession, 2nd ed, London and New York: Routledge, 1989 (rep 1995).

5. Oesterreich, T. K., Besessenheit, Langensalzen 1921.

6. Oesterreich, T. K., Possession: Demoniacal and others, among primitive races, in Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and Modern Times (translated by: D. Ibberson), London: Kegan Paul, Trubner & Co, 1930.

7. Smith, Wesley D., So-Called Possession in Pre-Christian Greece, Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, 96 (1965), pp 403-426.

8. Stanley A., and Ruth S. Freed, Spirit Possession as Illness in a North Indian Village, J Middleton (ed), Magic, Witchcraft and Curing, Garden City, New York: The Natural History Press, 1967, pp 295-320.

9. Temkin, O., The Falling Sickness, Second Edition, Revised, Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1971 (rep 1994).

10. Walker, Sheila S., Ceremonial Spirit Possession in Africa and Afro- America, Leiden: Brill, 1972.



Jewish or from the Land of Israel (33)

1. Bacher, W., La Legende de L'Exorcisme D'un Demon par Simon B. Yohai, REJ, 35, (1897), pp 285-287.

2. Bar-Ilan, M., Exorcism by Rabbis: Talmudic Sages and Magic, Da`at, 34 (1995), pp 17-31 (Hebrew, English Abstract).

3. Baumgarten, J., Al Shirei Ha-Pega`im mi-Qumran, Tarbiz, 55 (1986), 442-445 (Hebrew).

4. Bazak, B., Rabbi Kook as an Exorcist, Shana be-Shana (1976), pp 387-391 (Hebrew).

5. Benayahu, M., Ma`amadot u-Moshavot, Rabbi J Nissim Memorial Volume, IV, Jerusalem 1985, pp 65-80 (Hebrew).

6. Benin, S. D., Megilat Ahimaaz u-Meqoma ba-Sifrut ha-Bizantith, Mehqarei Jerusalem be-Mahshbet Israel, 4 (1985), pp 237-250 (esp 242-243), Hebrew.

7. Bilu, Y., Dybbuk and Maggid: Two Cultural Patterns of Altered Consciousness in Judaism, AJS Review, 21/2 (1996), pp 341-366.

8. Bilu, Y., Islai, Dibbuq, Zar: Cultural Differentiatation and Historical Continunity in Possrsion Affliction in Jewish Communities, Pe'amim, 85 (2000), pp 131-148 (Hebrew).

9. Bonfil, R., Ben Eretz-Israel le-Ben Babel, Shalem, 5 (1987), pp 1-30 (esp 8-9), Hebrew.

10. Brownlee, W. H., Exorcising the Souls from Ezekiel 13 17-23, JBL, 69 (1950), pp 367-373.

11. Chajes, J. H., Demonic Possession and Exorcism in Early Modern Jewish Culture, PhD, Yale University, 1999.

12. Chajes, J. H., Jewish Exorcism: Early Modern Traditions and Transformations, L B Fine, (ed), Judaism In Practice: From the Middle Ages through the Early Modern Period, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, Princeton Readings in Religion, forthcoming (1998).

13. Chajes, J. H., Jewish Magic and Divination, Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, P F Grendler (ed), New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, forthcoming (1998).

14. Chajes, J. H., Between Worlds: Dybbuks, Exorcists, and Early Modern Judaism, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003.

15. Canaan, T., Haunted Springs and Water Demons in Palestine, The Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society, 1 (1920-21), pp 153-170.

16. Duling, Dennis C., The Elazar Miracle and Solomon's Magical Wisdom in Flavius Josephus's Antiquitates Judaicae 8:42-49, HTR, 78 (1985), pp 1-25.

17. Gotholz, A. J., HaDibbuk, Yeda-Am, 8 (1963), pp 59-62 (Hebrew).

18. Hiers, R. H., "Binding" and "Loosing" The Matthean Authorization, JBL, 104 (1985), pp 233-250.

19. Kee, Howard C., The Terminalogy of Mark's Excorcism Stories, NTS, 14 (1967), pp 232-246.

20. Klar, B. (ed.), Megilat Ahimaaz, Second Edition, Jerusalem 1974, pp 18-19 (Hebrew).

21. Knox, W. L., Jewish Liturgical Exorcism, HTR, 31 (1938), pp 191-203.

22. Langton, E., Essentials of Demonology, London: The Epworth Press, 1949.

23. Marmorstein, A., Minhagim Qedumim be-Eretz-Israel, Maasaf Zion, 2 (1927), pp 17-27 (Hebrew).

24. McCasland, S. V., By the Finger of God: Demon Possession and Exorcism in Early Christianity in the Light of Modern Views of Mental Illness, New York 1951.

25. Nigal, G., Ha-Dybbuk ba-Mystiqa Ha-Yehudit, Da`at, 4 (1981), pp 75-100 (Hebrew).

26. Nigal, G., Sipurei "Dybbuk" be-Sifrut Israel, Jerusalem 1983 [2nd ed Jerusalem 1994] (Hebrew).

27. Nizan, Bilha, Shirei Shavah mi-Qumran "lephahed ulebahel" Ruhot Resh`a, Tarbiz, 55 (1986), 19-46 (Hebrew).

28. Patai, R., Exorcism and Xenoglossia among the Safed Kabbalists, in: idem, On Jewish Folklore, Detriot: Wayne State University Press, 1983, pp 314-325.

29. Puech, E., 11QPsApa: Un Ritual D'Exorcismes. Essai de Reconstruction, RQ, 14 (1990), pp 377-408.

30. Ta-Shema, I., Hearot le-Shirei Shevah mi-Qumran, Tarbiz, 55 (1986), 440-442 (Hebrew).

31. Twelftree, G. H., Jesus the Exorcist, Tuebingen: JCB Mohr, 1993.

32. Weinstock, I., Demut Abu-Aaron ha-Babli be-Megilat Ahimaaz, Shana be-Shana (1964), pp 2-25 (Hebrew).

33. Zlotnik (Avida), Y. L., Ma`ase Yerushalmi, Jerusalem 1947 (Hebrew).