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Lemegeton or Lesser Key of Solomon


This work dating from the seventeenth century is in four parts and is supposed to be a list of the names, orders and offices of all the spirits King Solomon had contact with.

The first part, Goetia contains the details for conjuring seventy-two types of demons with a description of their powers and hierarchy. These demons strongly resemble those found in the 1563 De Praestigiis Daemonum by John Wier/ Wierius, though this work does not contain any of the demonic seals.

Theurgia Goetia concerns the spirits of the cardinal points.

Pauline Art which is the third part deals with the zodiac and Angels of the day, night and each hour.

Almadel is concerned with four other choirs of spirits.

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i dont get a damn word your saying

EHHH i dont any damn idea of wat the meaning the demons and the whole stiry

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Re: Lemegeton or Lesser Key of Solomon

These and other of the old grimoires are still useful in modern times, in some ways. However, the trick is often to sort the useful knowledge from the rubbish in them. Some are supposed to have been leaked from the Vatican in the middle ages, and are rife with stultifying and unnecessary Catholic religiosity.  Some rites in them frankly do not work, but the incantations can be used if one can construct suitable rites onesself, and with more realistic results than the Grimoires' often outlandish and occasionally silly claims.

Always keep in mind that even with big ceremonial rituals that invoke powerful forces, we are limited to our own psychic abilities, concerning what actually happens, because the operator is a microcosm of the universe. It depends on the magician himself, and his own talents, how much power is raised and whether any phenomena occur. Much like being a musician, some people have lots of natural talent and others must learn and work harder for the same ability.

Newer, more updated versions of some can be found in modern books on the subject, such as the book "Pacts with the Devil" by Jason Black and Chris Hyatt.

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Re: Lemegeton or Lesser Key of Solomon

 The Almadel is a kind of portable altar. For an introduction, see 'the Holy Almandal' by Jan R. Veenstra in Bremmer, Jan N., and Jan R. Veenstra. The Metamorphosis of Magic from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern Period. Groningen studies in cultural change, v. 1. Leuven: Peeters, 2002, pp. 189 ff. According to Boudet, there are two different versions of Almadel (or Almandal), known from at least six Latin manuscripts and two German translations dating from the fifteenth century. [Jean-Patrice Boudet, Entre science et nigromancie, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2006, p. 149.] In the first version, the Almadel figure is constructed on a metal plate, and the littere written on the candles which are placed at the corners. It is fumigated and exorcised for a week, whereupon the spirits will obey you in everything. The second version is similar but structured differently, and the almadel is made of wax.
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Re: Lemegeton or Lesser Key of Solomon

However, the trick is often to sort the useful knowledge from the rubbish in them. Some are supposed to have been leaked from the Vatican in the middle ages, and are rife with stultifying and unnecessary Catholic religiosity. Some rites in them frankly do not work

The diffusing of the facts of this science in these books was by reason not to anger or perplex:-

Was to keep the truth hidden from the foolish and easily obtainable for the wise, it was not reading it right using the right phrases what was more important to make it work was the technique, if you think of it as haynes manual, it tells you how to do a job, but it never explains the technique on how to do something correctly it assumes some knowledge.

Note:- If you trying to obtain anything from these books, or you listening to anyone who has little success or zero,
the first thing you must learn that these people who wrote these books were of an attitude of, politely put
Alterius non sit qui sue est potest.

If you can stand on your own two feet don't lean on others.

So go and learn something yourself.



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