Cyprianus


Ink and watercolour showing a red-winged dragon wearing a gold crown and devouring a lizard. Between the two figures is a snake entwined around a cross with a skull and crossbones at its base.

Ink and watercolour showing a red-winged dragon wearing a gold crown and devouring a lizard. Between the two figures is a snake entwined around a cross with a skull and crossbones at its base.

Illustration showing a Gold seal - five trianges inside a circle with alchemical/magical symbols inside and outside the shape.

Illustration showing a Gold seal - five trianges inside a circle with alchemical/magical symbols inside and outside the shape.

Illustrations showing kings wearing gold crowns, represented by Uricus - a red-crowned and winged serpent - as King of the East; Paymon - a black cat-like animal with horns, long whiskers and tail - as King of the West; Maymon - a black bird - as King of the South; and Egyn - a black bear-like animal with a short tail - as King of the North.

Illustrations showing kings wearing gold crowns, represented by Uricus - a red-crowned and winged serpent - as King of the East; Paymon - a black cat-like animal with horns, long whiskers and tail - as King of the West; Maymon - a black bird - as King of the South; and Egyn - a black bear-like animal with a short tail - as King of the North.

Illustrations showing kings wearing gold crowns, represented by Maymon - a black bird - as King of the South; and Egyn - a black bear-like animal with a short tail - as King of the North.

Illustrations showing kings wearing gold crowns, represented by Maymon - a black bird - as King of the South; and Egyn - a black bear-like animal with a short tail - as King of the North.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Page of text in Latin from Cyprianus.

Illustration in black ink showing pentagram seal - a five-pointed star with magical symbols.

Illustration in black ink showing pentagram seal - a five-pointed star with magical symbols.

Illustration in black and red ink showing the Seal of Approbata - a six-pointed star surrounded by alchemical and magical symbols.

Illustration in black and red ink showing the Seal of Approbata - a six-pointed star surrounded by alchemical and magical symbols.

Ink and watercolour image of the Archangel Metratron with seven lighted candles and seven gold stars, surrounded by alchemical/magical symbols in red ink.

Ink and watercolour image of the Archangel Metratron with seven lighted candles and seven gold stars, surrounded by alchemical/magical symbols in red ink.

Page from Cyprianus showing the serpent Ouroboros surrounding a circle with lettering in Latin and Hebrew.

Page from Cyprianus showing the serpent Ouroboros surrounding a circle with lettering in Latin and Hebrew.

Title page in Latin from Cyprianus, 18th century manuscript. The title reads:...key of hell or white and black magic, approved by Metratron.

Title page in Latin from Cyprianus, 18th century manuscript. The title reads:...key of hell or white and black magic, approved by Metratron.

Illustrations showing kings wearing gold crowns, represented by Uricus - a red-crowned and winged serpent - as King of the East; and Paymon - a black cat-like animal with horns, long whiskers and tail - as King of the West.

Illustrations showing kings wearing gold crowns, represented by Uricus - a red-crowned and winged serpent - as King of the East; and Paymon - a black cat-like animal with horns, long whiskers and tail - as King of the West.

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