Mystic Britain: A Qabbalistic Intrigue
Death of Magic
Magic suffered a strange Death in England. Before it's strange return in the Georgian Period (1797) and the discovery of the Annals of the Raven King the last known practitioner of Magic in Europe or any of the known world was William De Soule and before him was Nicholas Flamel. After the boiling of De Soule and the binding of his familiar, Magicians in the British Isles went underground and it is theorized that the practices may have continued for a few generations but the art was lost. Magic lost it's power until [[Llyd Cabal]] preformed a scrying ritual in front of the Royal Society in 1797. Thus for some 400 years Magic was dead in Britain and through most of Europe.
The Annals of the Raven King, however discovered another Magician in the 14th Century who claims to have been taught the Art by the Fey. His works are recorded in the Annals of the Raven King by his Servant Greenleaf.