My cousin Sussy from Essex flew in for my wedding right before the Stay at Home orders were declared. I love Sussy and we love magic. It's in our blood. Sussy found my collection by historian, Lynn Thorndike, The History of Magic & Experimental Science published by Columbia University in 1923. Since the first volume is in the public domain, we decided that she can take over the podcast and read to you (with her commentary of course) what Thorndike published. Ptolmey, Galen, The Ancient Greeks, Dragons, Astrology, human parts as magic and medicine, fraud in the medical industry. We're learning so much! Grab some tea and let Sussy teach you what we now know is the History of Magic & Experimental Science in the first 13th centuries. Listen here.