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Anonyme - Petit traité magique - 1834

[Anon.] Petit grimoire manuscrit daté de 1834. Objet Manuscrit Sujet Ésotérisme Auteur Anonyme Titre Petit traité magique. Année de publication 1834 Langue Français Nombre de pages 150 Dimensions 170×110 mm In-12, broché, Papier à la cuve (sans doute de la fin du 18e siècle) Sur la page de titre: Petit traité magique. Tiré de plusieurs livre de Magie; rempli de plusieurs sortes De secrets Magique. En français et en latin . (Fait a Salm-Cateau, ce 10 juin 1834) Exécuté à l'encre rouge et noire. 5 dessins ésotériques un peu naïf. 1 gravure " Amouzin al Bomatatos " collée. De nombreuses pages sont restées vierges. En fin de volume, copie manuscrite d'une autre écriture d'une partie d'un ouvrage de démonologie. Superbe témoignage des croyances magiques dans les Ardennes belges au début du 19e siècle.

The Eight Most Holy Tables Of The Fathers.

This post is a compilation of comments from various contributors from FB group: Solomonic Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires , a group managed by Aaron Leitch.All the Contributors names (to whom I am very grateful) are written at the end of the post. The Table of Practice from the  Teurgia Goetia contains the famous Table of Solomon , which is also represented in the Magickal Calendar . We can see that Wisdom virtue is represented by the Table of Solomon, and we can also note that it is the model of the figure that is used on the Great Pentacle of Solomon, according to the Greater Key of Solomon . Finally, we can see that seven other Tables also exist, which may be used for various magical purposes. This first peculiar figure below is one of eight wax seals, and whoever wishes to use them will have to pour soft wax on them, and then affix these famous magic Seals, to imprint them. The Teurgia Goetia  clearly indicates to place the crystal on the table of practice: " You may call

Astrological and medical compilation, end of the 15th century.

Astrological and medical compilation, end of the 15th century. - Subjects: Astrology - Early works to 1800 / Medicine - Form: Manuscripts England 15th century. - Date: 1485-1499 - Call Number: mss HM 64 - Physical Description: 196 leaves : paper ; 307 x 215 (227 x 180) mm. - Contributors: John XXI, Pope, -1277 / Johannes Paulinus / Galen / Joannes Jacobi, -1384 / Hippocrates. - Notes: Ms. codex. Compilation of several astrological and medical works, including a calendar, astronomical and astrological tables, medical recipes and charms. Title from printed catalogue. Paper, i + 196 + i; 1²⁴ (as suggested by paired presence and absence of watermarks, - the first 2 leaves and the last leaf, after f. 29; + an inserted gathering of 8 leaves, ff. 18-25) 2²⁶(-10 after f. 38) 3²² 4-8²⁴. 2 catchwords only, at the end of quire 2 (f. 54v) and quire 8 (f. 196v), both enclosed in red frames. 2 columns of 32-37 lines, except on ff. 34v-47v (arts. 21, 22) with long lines, and ff. 72v-79 (art. 30) in v

A Conjuration Manual (Italian / 17th Century)

A Conjuration Manual (Italian / 17th Century) [ En ] A CONJURATION MANUAL, in Latin, manuscript on paper [Italy, late 17th century] A rare fragment from a 17 th -century manual on conjuration of spirits for a budding practitioner of ritual Solomonic magic, including detailed instructions on how to conjure a spirit into a crystal or a bottle, and how to prepare a dead man's head for the purposes of incantation. 220 x 145mm. 16 leaves, foliation 1-16 followed here, likely a fragment of a larger manuscript, 15-18 lines, 3 sigils (marginal dampstaining throughout, especially to opening leaf, edges frayed and thumbed, opening leaf with 6 holes affecting a few words of text, a few wormholes on other leaves, some words scrubbed or crossed out). Contemporary pasteboards (soiled and frayed). Content : ‘ Ad habendum sp[irit]um in Christallo ’: instructions on how to conjure a spirit into a Crystal ff.1-5v; ‘ Experimentum Capitis mortui ’: an experiment to summon a spirit using a dead man’s h

Magical figure. Spell to find a thief

Magical figure. Spell to find a thief. This 'experience' can be found in several magic manuscripts. The figure contains the following divine names: Eli (repeated thrice) as well as the names Asabthani / Asabatani and Lama. [ Modus operandi ] Draw a heart in the middle of the mirror and write these words around it (Asabthani and Lama), as the following shows: " Jesus Christ's side and heart were pierced through with a spear ". This done, hide the mirror, in a dark room during three nights. Then go to the mirror again, and you will then find the thief's name and where he can be found. Figure magique. Sortilège pour débusquer un voleur. On retrouve cette 'expérience' dans de nombreux manuscrits de magie. La figure comporte les noms divins suivants: Eli (répété à trois reprises) ainsi que les noms Asabthani / Asabatani et Lama.  [Rituel] Dessinez un cœur au milieu du miroir et écrivez ces mots autour de lui (Asabthani et Lama), comme le montre ce qui suit

De Candariis Salomonis - De Quatuor Annulis & Duodecim Candariarum (De Novem Candarii) [En]

Ms W4664 which is written in 'François', gives important informations about the Candarii. In the text, another passage describes the famous Annuli Quartet or The Four Rings. In the same way, the reader will realize that the ritual of the 'Quatuor Annuli' in question here refers to the amking of 4 magical rings. So (unless I'm mistaken), there is no mention here of the Annuli Salomonis Quartet attributed to Peter of Abano (Petri de Abano - Cod.Mag 34). Moreover, the reader will also realize that the 4 rings must be arranged in a rather particular way and that the ritual of the 4 rings is connected to the ritual of the 12 Candaries to the extent that they are all integral parts of the same ritual (or Conjuration). Let's now compare the contents from W4664 with the content from Ms Bnf 14787, which also describes the Candaries and the 4 Rings.  Let's start with the 4 figures of the 4 rings according to Ms W4664 and according to Ms 14784. Illustration