The Key of Solomon the King: A Magical Grimoire of Sigils and Rituals For Summoning and Mastering Spirits Clavicula Salomonis

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The Key of Solomon the King: A Magical Grimoire of Sigils and Rituals For Summoning and Mastering Spirits Clavicula Salomonis

The Key of Solomon the King: A Magical Grimoire of Sigils and Rituals For Summoning and Mastering Spirits Clavicula Salomonis

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The Key of Solomon the King (Clavicula Salomonis). Trans. and ed. S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers [1889]. Foreword by R. A. Gilbert. Boston/York Beach, ME: Weiser Books, 2000. Saleos [5] (also Sallos and Zaleos) is a mighty Great Duke (a Great Earl to Johann Weyer) of Hell, ruling thirty legions of demons, although Weyer does not mention anything concerning legions under his command. He is of a pacifist nature, and causes men to love women and women to love men. He is depicted as a gallant and handsome soldier, wearing a ducal crown, and riding a crocodile. Valefar (or Malaphar, Malephar, Valafar, Valefor) is a Duke of Hell. [10] He tempts people to steal and is in charge of a good relationship among thieves. Valefar is considered a good familiar by his associates "till they are caught in the trap." [11] He commands ten legions of demons. [6] He is represented as a lion with the head of a man, or as a lion with the head of a donkey. [6] Lord Jesus Christ, the loving son of God, which dost illuminate the hearts of all men in the world, lighten the darkness of my heart, and kindle the fire of thy most holy love in me. Give me true faith, perfect charity, and virtue, whereby I may learn to fear and love thee and keep thy commandments in all things; that when the last day shall come, the angel of god may peaceably take me, and deliver me from the power of the devil, that I may enjoy everlasting rest amidst the company of the holy saints, and sit on thy right. Grant this, thou son of the living God for thy holy name’s sake. Amen.”

Other occult texts also mention Bael, including the " Pseudomonarchia Daemonum," written by a doctor named Johann Weyer as a rebuttal against the infamous witch hunter's handbook, the " Malleus Maleficarum." Weyer specifies that Bael appears with all three heads at once. Elsewhere, Jacques Collin de Plancy's " Dictionnaire Infernal" speculates on whether he's the same as Baal, a Canaanite deity. As the Online Etymology Dictionary notes, the name Baal is the same as the first part of the name Beelzebub and has been used generally to refer to false gods.Aleister Crowley (ed.), Samuel Liddell Mathers (trans.), The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King. York Beach, Maine: Samuel Weiser (1995) ISBN 0-87728-847-X. Zepar [5] is a Great Duke of Hell. He commands 26 legions of inferior spirits. His office is to cause women to love men, and bring them together in love. He makes women barren. He is depicted with red clothes and armor, like a soldier. The French manuscripts misread Latin "cinis" (ashes, Fr. "cendre"), instead of Latin "cinifes" (gnats).

Weyer's Officium Spirituum, which is likely related to a 1583 manuscript titled The Office of Spirits, [12] appears to have ultimately been an elaboration on a 15th-century manuscript titled Livre des Esperitz (30 of the 47 spirits are nearly identical to spirits in the Ars Goetia). [3] [10] Vepar (also Separ, Vephar) is a strong Great Duke of Hell, and rules twenty-nine legions of demons. He governs the waters and guides armoured ships laden with ammunition and weapons; he can also make, if requested, the sea rough and stormy, and to appear full of ships. Vepar can make men die in three days by putrefying sores and wounds, causing worms to breed in them, but if requested by the conjurer he can heal them immediately. Vepar is depicted as a mermaid. Decarabia [5] (also called Carabia) is a demon and, according to The Lesser Key of Solomon, a Great Marquis of Hell, or a King and Earl according to the original Latin version of the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum [18] (these were somehow left out of the English translation by Reginald Scot). He has thirty legions of demons under his command. Decarabia knows the virtues of all herbs and precious stones, and can change into all birds and sing and fly like them before the conjurer. He is depicted as appearing as a pentagram star, changing into a man under the conjurer's request. Again, M276 seems to have the most reliable reading: "he sin daled caph he ched uau bed, nun nayn beld aleph"; There is also an early Greek manuscript dating to the 15th century (British Library, Harley MS 5596) that is closely associated with the text. [ citation needed]The Book of the Invisible Sun, Astronomia Nova, Codex Imperium, Key of Solomon. You finished all of these?” English translations [ edit ] Concerning the sanctity of the nine Kandariri (talismans), (revealed unto King Solomon)" (48a-49a). Amy (also Avnas) is the 58th spirit, a President of Hell, [6] and according to Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia daemonum: [25]



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