Attributed to Henry Cornelius Agrippa
This book is a milestone in Western magical practice. Often erroneously called a forgery it is in fact six separate books in one the first two being by Agrippa (1486-1535) One of them Of Magical Ceremonies is Agrippa's clearest step-by-step formulation of how to perform an evocation much more openly expressed than in his Three Books of Occult Philosophy. In addition there is the key grimoire Of the Magick of theAncients by Arbatel which clearly defines the different types of magic focusing on the invocation of angels and the Olympic spirits. The Heptameron by Peter De Abano is a complete self-contained set of instructions for conjuration of spirits according to the day of the week. Also included is Villinganus' work on the nature of spirits illusions prophecies and miracles and how they may be used. Two complete geomancies (one by Agrippa) complete the volume which has been reset in modern type and edited with a commentary by Stephen Skinner.
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