The Grimoire of Armadel

The Grimoire of Armadel

Translated from a 17th century manuscript stored in Paris, this is an ancient but still useful book of popularized Christian magic. It is illustrated with intricate sigils.

The Grimoire of Armadel Ritual Book

The Grimoire of Armadel Ritual Book

After thousands of years and endless difficult grimoire Magick books on the subject, this book, The Grimoire of Armadel Ritual Book, finally reveals the true secrets of The Grimoire of Armadel! This Grimoire of Armadel Ritual book is the most powerful and yet simple Magick you will ever do! You only need a candle, bell, rope and incense and 10 minutes to do each ritual. In chapter 1, The Grimoire of Armadel Evocation Ritual shows you step by step how to easily summon these spirits to visible appearance and communicate live with them! And in chapter 2 there is a list of all of The Grimoire of Armadel Spirits with an easy to understand description for each spirit so you can easily summon them for money, health, love, psychic abilities and many more things as well. Unlike spells which require a belief system, these evocation rituals don't require you to believe in them at all as the Grimoire of Armadel spirits are doing your bidding for you!

The Magic of Armadel

A 17th Century Grimoire in Full Colour

The Magic of Armadel

The Grimoire of Armadel is a book of Celestial Magick and contains information, seals, and sigils of Angels, Demons and other Celestial Spirits. It is classed as a Christian/Theistic Grimoire, and it was first translated by S.L. McGregor Mathers in the late 1890's from the original French and Latin manuscript that can be found in the Biblotheque l'Arsenal in Paris. The only recreation of the book with enhanced and well defined illustrations in full colour that is available to the general public. Note from the Publisher: The illustrations in this book come from high definition scans of the original seals. The scans have been painted over by hand using ink and then re-scanned in order to improve the texture and make the shapes and letters more legible, as some of the pages and illustrations of the original book have deteriorated due to the manuscript's age, and they appear faded or broken.

The Dictionary of Demons

Names of the Damned

The Dictionary of Demons

The Dictionary of Demons starts with a simple premise: names have power. In medieval and Renaissance Europe, it was believed that speaking a demon's true name could summon it, compel it, and bind it. Occult scholar Michelle Belanger has compiled the most complete compendium of demonic names available anywhere, using both notorious and obscure sources from the Western grimoiric tradition. Presented alphabetically from Aariel to Zynextyur, more than 1,500 demons are introduced, explored, and cross-referenced by theme and elemental or planetary correspondence. This meticulously researched reference work features fascinating short articles on demonology and a wealth of woodcuts, etchings, and paintings depicting demons through the ages.

Victorian Occultism and the Making of Modern Magic

Invoking Tradition

Victorian Occultism and the Making of Modern Magic

The late Victorian period witnessed the remarkable revival of magical practice and belief. Butler examines the individuals, institutions and literature associated with this revival and demonstrates how Victorian occultism provided an alternative to the tightening camps of science and religion in a social environment that nurtured magical beliefs.

Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft

Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft

This indispensable reference work provides both a historical and cultural foundation for modern Wicca and Witchcraft, and it is the first to be written by an actual practitioner of the Craft. Features include modern Wicca expressions, sayings, and terminology. Illustrations.

Grimoires

Necronomicon, Grimoire, Aradia, Or the Gospel of the Witches, Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, the Book of Abramelin, Picatrix, Simon Necr

Grimoires

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: Necronomicon, Grimoire, Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches, Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, The Book of Abramelin, Picatrix, Simon Necronomicon, The Lesser Key of Solomon, Necronomicon Ex-Mortis, Sefer Raziel HaMalakh, Arbatel de magia veterum, Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, Black Pullet, Three Books of Occult Philosophy, The Great Book of Saint Cyprian, Grand Grimoire, The Sworn Book of Honorius, Grimorium Verum, Petit Albert, Galdrabok, Grimoire of Armadel, Semiphoras and Schemhamphorash, The Sword of Moses, Munich Manual of Demonic Magic, Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie, The Grimoire of Pope Honorius, Pow-Wows; or, Long Lost Friend, Grimoire of Pope Leo. Excerpt: Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches is a book composed by the American folklorist Charles Leland that was published in 1899. It contains what he believed was the religious text of a group of pagan witches in Tuscany, Italy that documented their beliefs and rituals, although various historians and folklorists have disputed the existence of such a group. In the 20th century, the book was very influential in the development of the Neopagan religion of Wicca. The text is a composite. Some of it is Leland's translation into English of an original Italian manuscript, the Vangelo (gospel). Leland reported receiving the manuscript from his primary informant on Italian witchcraft beliefs, a woman Leland referred to as "Maddalena" and whom he called his "witch informant" in Italy. The rest of the material comes from Leland's research on Italian folklore and traditions, including other related material from Maddalena. Leland had been informed of the Vangelo's existence in 1886, but it took Maddalena eleven years to provide him with a copy. After translating and editing the material, it took another two years for the book to be published. Its fifteen chapters...

Conjure Codex 2

Conjure Codex 2

The practice of spirit conjuration has thrived since humanity first experienced and sought to work with the natural forces of the seen and unseen worlds. It remains to this day as a living tradition among many modern cultures, while in others conjuration has been equated with 'the devil's work' or sidelined into the realm of the incredulous, viewed with superstition and disdain. Misconceptions abound, in part because the reality of spirit conjuration is often as obscured as are the spirits themselves. CONJURE CODEX breaks new ground in presenting inter-related material from a range of traditions, embracing ancient cultures, the grimoires, New World traditions and others; by publishing new translations and rare texts alongside accounts of work in these traditions, and elucidations of them. In this issue is found an introduction to Betel of the Grimoire of Armadel, a treatise on the three purifying herbs of the True Grimoire, an account of Jesus Malverde, an annotated version of the Testament of Solomon, the love spells of the Petit Albert, and more.