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The Solomonic mystics were unique because they were among the first humans in history to have access to the technology of paper and bound books.
Therefore, they naturally recorded much of their tradition into manuscripts called textbooks or "grammars" French: grimoire. The appearance of these grimoires shocked Roman Catholic and many Protestant authorities so deeply, it triggered the Inquisitions and mass book burnings.
What we know of Solomonic mysticism today comes largely from the grimoiric manuscripts that survived. Today, there are many ceremonial groups that make limited use of the Solomonic material - most of them descended from or influenced by a late Victorian quasi-Masonic lodge called the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. There have even been a number of modern Orders that focus entirely on the grimoires, though even they are influenced by post-Golden Dawn magickal methodology.
Toward the end of the 20th Century, several books were released that present methods for summoning Angels and spirits based upon or influenced by Golden Dawn techniques. The Grand Grimoire is a black magic grimoire that claims to date back to It is possibly written some point after the eighteenth century but also possibly it represented the translation of The Sworn Book of Honorius, a 13th century text.
It was ostensibly published in Cairo by a person known as Alibek the Egyptian.
Also known as "The Red Dragon", this book contains instructions purported to summon Lucifer or Lucifuge Rofocale, for the purpose of forming a Deal with the Devil. The book is called "Le Veritable Dragon Roug Category 1: Grimoires and Manuscripts Category 2: Category 3: Solomonic Grimoires Format: The Grand Grimoire was supposedly edited by one Antonia del Rabina from a copy transcribed from the genuine writings of King Solomon.
The Grand Grimoire is divided into two parts, the first containing the evocation of "Lucifuge Rocofale" and the second concerned with the rite of making pacts with demons. This book looks great and I look forward to owning a hard copy. However this is mostly just a collection of spells from the main rulebook and Horror on the Orient Express etc collected together.
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You are taking your spirit beyond its spheres. It is possibly written some point after the eighteenth century but also possibly it represented the translation of The Sworn Book of Honorius, a 13th century text.
Your email: They were the ones who left us this precious original that many charlatans uselessly wanted to counterfeit, attempting to imitate the truth that they never found, in order to swindle ingenuous individuals who have faith in initial encounters without seeking their true Source.
What may have inspired the Lemegeton are the conjurations and rituals of purification, and in a less important way, the clothing and magic symbols.