A rare book on necromancy was written by Ragıp Rıfkı, the foremost Ottoman pioneer of spiritualism. An image showcases a séance and the text gives instructions how to
communicate with the dead and what questions to ask them.
Ragıp Rıfkı who later took the family name of Özgürel, was also known as a translator in the later Ottoman empire and author of political and spiritual texts in the early Turkish
Republic. His most affluent work is a German-Turkish dictionary.
We could not find any institutional examples in Worldcat.
References: Özege 16080.