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Arbatel of Magick

Robert Turner


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The Arbatel De Magia veterum (Arbatel of the Magic of the Ancients) was a Latin grimoire of renaissance ceremonial magic published in 1575 in Switzerland. It mainly focuses on the relationship between humanity, celestial hierarchies, and the positive relationship between the two. A. E. Waite writes that the book is devoid of black magic and without any connection to the Greater or Lesser Keys of Solomon. Unlike other grimoires, the Arbatel exhorts the magus to remain active in their community (instead of isolating themselves), favoring kindness, charity, and honesty over remote and obscure rituals.

This book has 45 pages in the PDF version. This translation was originally published in 1655.

Production notes: This e-book of Arbatel of Magick was published by Global Grey in 2018.

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