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Arbatel of Magick

Arbatel of Magick

Robert Turner

The Arbatel De Magia veterum (English: 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…

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The Black Pullet

The Black Pullet

Anonymous

Illustrated. The Black Pullet (La poule noire) is a grimoire that proposes to teach the ‘science of magical talismans and rings’, including the art of necromancy and Kabbalah. It is believed to have been written in the 18th century by an anonymous French officer who served in Napoleon’s army. The text takes the form of a narrative centering on the French officer…

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The Book of Black Magic

The Book of Black Magic

Arthur Edward Waite

The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts, including the Rites and Mysteries of Goetic Theurgy, Sorcery, and Infernal Necromancy, also the Rituals of Black Magic. Fully illustrated. This is the first edition of this book. The second edition was renamed as ‘The Book Of Ceremonial Magic’, and can be found in illustrated PDF, epub and Kindle formats…

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The Book of Ceremonial Magic

The Book of Ceremonial Magic

Arthur Edward Waite

Subtitled, ‘The Secret Tradition in Goëtia, including the rites and mysteries of Goëtic theurgy, sorcery and infernal necromancy’, this 1913 book explores the procedures of all of the famous Grimoires, including the Key of Solomon, the Grimorium Verum, the apocryphal Fourth Book of Cornelius Agrippa and the Black Pullet. It includes the rituals…

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The Book of Talismans, Amulets and Zodiacal Gems

The Book of Talismans, Amulets and Zodiacal Gems

William Thomas and Kate Pavitt

With 10 illustrative Plates. This is a study of the symbolism of precious stones, and how they have been used as magical objects through the ages, both intrinsically, and as a vehicle for symbolic engravings. The book covers Hindu, Jewish, Chinese, Egyptian, Roman, Gnostic, and Christian lore of gems. The final section discusses the astrological…

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De Occulta Philosophia (Latin)

De Occulta Philosophia

Henry Cornelius Agrippa

This is the Latin version. Three Books of Occult Philosophy (De Occulta Philosophia libri III) is Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa’s study of occult philosophy, acknowledged as a significant contribution to the Renaissance philosophical discussion concerning the powers of ritual magic and its relationship with religion. The three books deal with Elemental, Celestial…

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