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The Lesser Key of Solomon, also known as Clavicula Salomonis Regis[note 1] or Lemegeton, is an anonymous grimoire on demonology. It was compiled in the mid-17th century, mostly from materials a couple of centuries older.[1][2] It is divided into five books—the Ars Goetia, Ars Theurgia-Goetia, Ars Paulina, Ars Almadel, and Ars Notoria.[1]

Ars Goetia[edit]

The magical circle and triangle, magical objects/symbols used in the evocation of the seventy-two spirits of the Ars Goetia
Solomon's secret seal and a star on Bartholomew's epitaph from 1316 in Szprotawa

Etymology[edit]

The Latin term goetia refers to the evocation of demons or evil spirits.[3][4] It is derived from the Ancient Greek word γοητεία (goēteía) meaning 'witchcraft' or 'jugglery'.[5]

In medieval and Renaissance Europe, goetia was generally considered evil and heretical, in contrast to theurgia (theurgy) and magia naturalis (natural magic), which were sometimes considered more noble.[6][7]Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, in his Three Books of Occult Philosophy, writes 'Now the parts of ceremonial magic are goetia and theurgia. Goetia is unfortunate, by the commerces of unclean spirits made up of the rites of wicked curiosities, unlawful charms, and deprecations, and is abandoned and execrated by all laws.'[4]

Sources[edit]

The most obvious source for the Ars Goetia is Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum in his De praestigiis daemonum. Weyer does not cite, and is unaware of, any other books in the Lemegeton, suggesting that the Lemegeton was derived from his work, not the other way around.[1][8] The order of the spirits changed between the two, four additional spirits were added to the later work, and one spirit (Pruflas) was omitted. The omission of Pruflas, a mistake that also occurs in an edition of Pseudomonarchia Daemonum cited in Reginald Scot's The Discoverie of Witchcraft, indicates that the Ars Goetia could not have been compiled before 1570. Indeed, it appears that the Ars Goetia is more dependent upon Scot's translation of Weyer than on Weyer's work in itself. Additionally, some material came from Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy, the Heptameron by pseudo-Pietro d'Abano,[note 2][1][9] and the Magical Calendar.[10]

Weyer's Officium Spirituum, which is likely related to a 1583 manuscript titled The Office of Spirits,[11] 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).[2][9]

In a slightly later copy made by Thomas Rudd (1583?–1656), this portion was labelled 'Liber Malorum Spirituum seu Goetia', and the seals and demons were paired with those of the 72 angels of the Shem HaMephorash[12] which were intended to protect the conjurer and to control the demons he summoned.[13] The angelic names and seals derived from a manuscript by Blaise de Vigenère, whose papers were also used by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers (1854-1918) in his works for the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn[9] (1887–1903). Rudd may have derived his copy of Liber Malorum Spirituum from a now-lost work by Johannes Trithemius,[9] who taught Agrippa, who in turn taught Weyer.

Goetic Demon Sigils

This portion of the work was later translated by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers and published by Aleister Crowley in 1904 under the title The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King. Crowley added some additional invocations previously unrelated to the original work (including some evocations in the Enochian language), as well as essays describing the rituals as psychological exploration instead of demon summoning.[14][15]

The Seventy-Two Demons[edit]

The 72 sigils

The demons' names (given below) are taken from the Ars Goetia, which differs in terms of number and ranking from the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum of Weyer. As a result of multiple translations, there are multiple spellings for some of the names, which are given in the articles concerning them. The demons Vassago, Seere, Dantalion, and Andromalius are new additions in Ars Goetia that are not present in the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum that it is based upon.

  1. King Bael
  2. Duke Agares
  3. Prince Vassago
  4. Marquis Samigina
  5. President Marbas
  6. Duke Valefor
  7. Marquis Amon
  8. Duke Barbatos
  9. King Paimon
  10. President Buer
  11. Duke Gusion
  12. Prince Sitri
  13. King Beleth
  14. Marquis Leraje
  15. Duke Eligos
  16. Duke Zepar
  17. Count/President Botis
  18. Duke Bathin
  19. Duke Sallos
  20. King Purson
  21. Count/President Morax
  22. Count/Prince Ipos
  23. Duke Aim
  24. Marquis Naberius
  25. Count/President Glasya-Labolas
  26. Duke Buné
  27. Marquis/Count Ronové
  28. Duke Berith
  29. Duke Astaroth
  30. Marquis Forneus
  31. President Foras
  32. King Asmoday
  33. Prince/President Gäap
  34. Count Furfur
  35. Marquis Marchosias
  36. Prince Stolas
  37. Marquis Phenex
  38. Count Halphas
  39. President Malphas
  40. Count Räum
  41. Duke Focalor
  42. Duke Vepar
  43. Marquis Sabnock
  44. Marquis Shax
  45. King/Count Viné
  46. Count Bifrons
  47. Duke Vual
  48. President Haagenti
  49. Duke Crocell
  50. Knight Furcas
  51. King Balam
  52. Duke Alloces
  53. President Caim
  54. Duke/Count Murmur
  55. Prince Orobas
  56. Duke Gremory
  57. President Ose
  58. President Amy
  59. Marquis Orias
  60. Duke Vapula
  61. King/President Zagan
  62. President Valac
  63. Marquis Andras
  64. Duke Flauros
  65. Marquis Andrealphus
  66. Marquis Kimaris
  67. Duke Amdusias
  68. King Belial
  69. Marquis Decarabia
  70. Prince Seere
  71. Duke Dantalion
  72. Count Andromalius

The demons are described as being commanded by four kings of the cardinal directions: Amaymon (east), Corson (west), Ziminiar (north), and Gaap (south). A footnote in one variant edition instead lists them as Oriens or Uriens, Paymon or Paymonia, Ariton or Egyn, and Amaymon or Amaimon, alternatively known as Samael, Azazel, Azael, and Mahazael (purportedly their preferred rabbinic names).[16] Agrippa's Occult Philosophy lists the kings of the cardinal directions as Urieus (east), Amaymon (south), Paymon (west), and Egin (north); again providing the alternate names Samuel (i.e. Samael), Azazel, Azael, and Mahazuel. The Magical Calendar lists them as Bael, Moymon, Poymon, and Egin,[17][18] though Peterson notes that some variant editions instead list 'Asmodel in the east, Amaymon in the south, Paymon in the west, and Aegym in the north'; 'Oriens, Paymon, Egyn, and Amaymon'; or 'Amodeo [sic] (king of the east), Paymon (king of the west), Egion (king of the north), and Maimon.'[17]

Ars Theurgia Goetia[edit]

The Ars Theurgia Goetia mostly derives from Trithemius's Steganographia, though the seals and order for the spirits are different due to corrupted transmission via manuscript.[9][19] Rituals not found in Steganographia were added, in some ways conflicting with similar rituals found in the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina. Most of the spirits summoned are tied to points on a compass, four emperors are tied to the cardinal points (Carnesiel in the east, Amenadiel in the west, Demoriel in the north and Caspiel in the south), and sixteen dukes are tied to cardinal points, inter-cardinal points, and additional directions between those. There are an additional eleven 'wandering princes', totalling thirty-one spirit leaders who each rule several to a few dozen spirits.[20]

Ars Paulina[edit]

Derived from book three of Trithemius's Steganographia and from portions of the Heptameron, but purportedly delivered by Paul the Apostle instead of (as claimed by Trithemius) Raziel. Elements from The Magical Calendar, astrological seals by Robert Turner's 1656 translation of Paracelsus's Archidoxes of Magic, and repeated mentions of guns and the year 1641 indicate that this portion was written in the later half of the seventeenth century.[21][22] Traditions of Paul communicating with heavenly powers are almost as old as Christianity itself, as seen in some interpretations of 2 Corinthians 12:2–4 and the apocryphal Apocalypse of Paul. The Ars Paulina is in turn divided into two books, the first detailing twenty-four angels aligned with the twenty-four hours of the day, the second (derived more from the Heptameron) detailing the 360 spirits of the degrees of the zodiac.[22]

Ars Almadel[edit]

Mentioned by Trithemius and Weyer, the latter of whom claimed an Arabic origin for the work. A 15th-century copy is attested to by Robert H.Turner, and Hebrew copies were discovered in the 20th century. The Ars Almadel instructs the magician on how to create a wax tablet with specific designs intended to contact angels via scrying.[23][24]

Ars Notoria[edit]

The oldest known portion of the Lemegeton, the Ars Notoria (or Notory Art) was first mentioned by Michael Scot in 1236 (and thus was written earlier). The Ars Notoria contains a series of prayers (related to those in The Sworn Book of Honorius) intended to grant eidetic memory and instantaneous learning to the magician. Some copies and editions of the Lemegeton omit this work entirely;[25][26]A. E. Waite ignores it completely when describing the Lemegeton.[8] It is also known as the Ars Nova.

Demon

Editions[edit]

  • Crowley, Aleister (ed.), S. L. MacGregor Mathers (transcribed) The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King. Translated into the English tongue by a dead hand (Foyers, Inverness: Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, 1904) 1995 reprint: ISBN0-87728-847-X.
  • Greenup, A. W., 'The Almadel of Solomon, according to the text of the Sloane MS. 2731' The Occult Review vol. 22 no. 2, August 1915, 96–102.
  • Henson, Mitch (ed.) Lemegeton. The Complete Lesser Key of Solomon (Jacksonville: Metatron Books, 1999) ISBN978-0-9672797-0-1. Noted by Peterson to be 'uncritical and indiscriminate in its use of source material'.[14]
  • de Laurence, L. W. (ed.), The Lesser Key Of Solomon, Goetia, The Book of Evil Spirits (Chicago: de Laurence, Scott & Co., 1916) 1942 reprint: ISBN978-0-7661-0776-2; 2006 reprint: ISBN978-1-59462-200-7. A plagiarism of the Mathers/Crowley edition.[27]
  • Peterson, Joseph H. (ed.), The Lesser Key of Solomon: Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis (York Beach, ME: Weiser Books, 2001). Considered 'the definitive version'[28] and 'the standard edition'.[29]
  • Runyon, Carroll, The Book of Solomon’s Magick (Silverado, CA: C.H.S. Inc., 1996). Targeted more toward practicing magicians than academics, claims that the demons were originally derived from Mesopotamian mythology.[30]
  • Shah, Idries, The Secret Lore of Magic (London: Abacus, 1972). Contains portions of Ars Almandel and split sections the Goetia, missing large portions of the rituals involved.[14]
  • Skinner, Stephen & Rankine, David (eds.), The Goetia of Dr Rudd: The Angels and Demons of Liber Malorum Spirituum Seu Goetia (Sourceworks of Ceremonial Magic) (London and Singapore: The Golden Hoard Press 2007) ISBN978-0-9547639-2-3
  • Thorogood, Alan (ed.), Frederick Hockley (transcribed), The Pauline Art of Solomon (York Beach, ME: The Teitan Press, 2016)
  • Veenstra, Jan R. “The Holy Almandal. Angels and the intellectual aims of magic” in Jan N. Bremmer and Jan R. Veenstra (eds.), The Metamorphosis of Magic from Late Antiguity to the Early Modern Period (Leuven: Peeters, 2002), pp. 189–229. The Almadel is transcribed at pp. 217–229.
  • Waite, Arthur Edward, The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts. Including the rites and mysteries of goëtic theurgy, sorcery, and infernal necromancy, also the rituals of black magic (Edinburgh: 1898). Reprinted as The Secret Tradition in Goëtia. The Book of Ceremonial Magic, including the rites and mysteries of Goëtic theurgy, sorcery, and infernal necromancy (London: William Rider & Son, 1911). Includes the Goetia, Pauline Art and Almadel.[14]
  • White, Nelson & Anne (eds.) Lemegeton: Clavicula Salomonis: or, The complete lesser key of Solomon the King (Pasadena, CA: Technology Group, 1979). Noted by Peterson to be 'almost totally unreadable'.[14]
  • Wilby, Kevin (ed.) The Lemegetton. A Medieval Manual of Solomonic Magic (Silian, Lampeter: Hermetic Research Series, 1985)

See also[edit]

Explanatory notes[edit]

  1. ^This name is also used to refer to the Key of Solomon, an earlier text of different material.
  2. ^The latter republished spuriously as a purported Fourth Book of Agrippa.

Citations[edit]

  1. ^ abcdLemegeton Clavicula Salomonis: The Lesser Key of Solomon, Detailing the Ceremonial Art of Commanding Spirits Both Good and Evil; ed. Joseph H. Peterson; Weiser Books Maine; 2001. pp. xi–xvii.
  2. ^ abThe Goetia of Dr Rudd; Thomas Rudd, Eds. Stephen Skinner & David Rankine; 2007, Golden Hoard Press. p. 399.
  3. ^Asprem, Egil (2016). 'Intermediary Beings'. In Partridge, Christopher (ed.). The Occult World. Routledge. p. 653. ISBN9781138219250.
  4. ^ abAgrippa, Henry Cornelius (1651). Three Books of Occult Philosophy(PDF). Translated by Freake, James. London. pp. 572–575.
  5. ^'LSJ'. Perseus.tufts.edu. Retrieved 2013-10-18.
  6. ^Mebane, John S. (1992). Renaissance Magic and the Return of the Golden Age: The Occult Tradition and Marlowe, Jonson, and Shakespeare. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. pp. 44, 45. ISBN9780803281790.
  7. ^Thorndike, Lynn (2003). History of Magic and Experimental Science. Whitefish, Mont.: Kessinger. p. 505. ISBN9780766143135.
  8. ^ abThe Book of Ceremonial Magic, Part I, Chapter III, section 2: 'The Lesser Key of Solomon'; Arthur Edward Waite; London, 1913; available online at The Internet Sacred Text Archive, (direct link to section).
  9. ^ abcdeRudd, Ed. Skinner & Rankine; pp. 31–43
  10. ^Rudd, Ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.82
  11. ^A Book of the Office of Spirits; John Porter, Trans. Frederick Hockley, Ed. Colin D. Campbelll; Teitan Press, 2011. p. xiii–xvii
  12. ^Rudd, Ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.14-19
  13. ^Rudd, Ed. Skinner & Rankine; p. 71
  14. ^ abcdePeterson, 2001, pp. xviii–xx
  15. ^Stephen Skinner & David Rankine, The Goetia of Dr. Rudd, Golden Hoard Press, 2007, pp. 47–50
  16. ^Peterson, 2001, p. 40
  17. ^ abFirst footnote by Joseph H. Peterson to Trithemius's The art of drawing spirits into crystals
  18. ^The Magical Calendar; Johann Baptist Grossschedel, trans. and ed. Adam McLean; Phanes Press, 1994. p. 35.
  19. ^Peterson, 2001, p.xv.
  20. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.53-57
  21. ^Peterson, 2001, p. xvxvi
  22. ^ abRudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine; pp. 57–59
  23. ^Peterson, 2001, p. xvi
  24. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.59-60
  25. ^Peterson, 2001, p. xvii
  26. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.60-63.
  27. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.50,
  28. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.8
  29. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.52
  30. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine; p.51–52

Bibliography[edit]

  • Aleister Crowley (ed.), Samuel Liddell Mathers (trans.), The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King. York Beach, ME : Samuel Weiser (1995) ISBN0-87728-847-X.
  • E. J. Langford Garstin, Theurgy or The Hermetic Practice: A Treatise on Spiritual Alchemy. Berwick: Ibis Press, 2004. (Published posthumously)
  • Stephen Skinner, & David Rankine, The Goetia of Dr Rudd: The Angels and Demons of Liber Malorum Spirituum Seu Goetia (Sourceworks of Ceremonial Magic). Golden Hoard Press, 2007. ISBN978-0-9547639-2-3

External links[edit]

  • J. B. Hare, online edition (2002, sacred-texts.com)
  • Joseph H. Peterson, online edition (1999)
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Of The Arte Goetia

This digital edition by Joseph H. Peterson,Copyright © 1999. All rights reserved. Updated Jan 18, 2021.

This catalog of 72 demons is based on a variant of the Offices of Spirits, via Abraham Fleming's (somewhat problematic) English translation which appeared in Reginald Scot's Discouerie of Witchcraft (1584).Compare with Johann Weyer Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, which listed only 69 spirits.The list was expanded to 72 apparently because of the numerological significance of that number, which has resulted in a sort of a negative version of the well-known list of 72 angels associated with the Schemhamphorash.

The spirit sigils do not appear in any of the earlier manuscripts of the Offices of Spirits that I am aware of, although they are reminiscent of those found in some other catalogs of spirits, such as that inMs Plut 89 Sup 38(fol. 95v ff), which contains sigils for 100 demons, or the Secrets of Solomon.

Note:A considerably enlarged edition of the Lesser Key of Solomon is nowavailable:


Goetic Demons And Their Powers

I have included HTML tags for each spirit, so they can be cited individually, e.g.'http://www.esotericarchives.com/solomon/goetia.htm#paimon'.


[Of the seventy-two infernal spirits evoked and constrained byKing Salomon]

The first principall spirit is a king ruling in ye East,called Bael. he maketh men goe Invisible, he rulethover 66 Legions of Inferiour spirits, he appeareth in divers shapes,sometimes like a Catt, sometimes like a Toad, sometimes like a man, &sometimes in all these formes at once. he speaketh very horsly.

This is his Character wch is to be worne as aLamen before him who calleth him forth, or else he will not doe youhomage.

The second spirit is a Duke called Agares, he is underye power of ye East and cometh up in the form of a fairOld man riding upon a Crocodill, very mildly, carrying a goshawke onhis fist. he maketh them runne that stand still, and fetcheth backye runnawayes. he can teach all Languages or Tongues presently, hehath the power also to destroy dignities, both supernaturall &Temporall; & cause Earthquakes. he was of the order of Vertues;he hath under his government 31 Legions &c: & this is [his] sealeor Character wch is to be worne as [a] Lamen.

[King Agares (sec. man.)]

The Third spirit is a mighty prince, being of yesame Nature as Agares, he is called Vassago,This spirit is of a good nature, & his office is to declarethings past and to come; and to discover all things hidden or lost &c:he governeth 26 Legions of spirits. This is his seal.

[101r]

The 4th spirit is called Gamigin,a great Marquise, he appereth in ye forme of a litlehorse or asse and then into humane shape he putteth himself at yerequest of ye Master and speaketh wth a horse voice;he teaches all Liberall siences, and giveth and account of yedead soules of them that dye in sin. & he ruleth over 30 Legionsof Inferiors &c. This is his seal, wch is to be worneby the Magician when he Invocateth.

The 5th spirit is called Marbas -- he is agreat presedent, and appeareth at first in ye forme of agreat Lyon: but afterwards putteth on humane shape at yeRequest of ye Master he Answareth truly of Things hiddenor secreet, he causeth deseases and cureth them againe & givethgreat wisdome & knowledge in mechanicall arts, & changeth meninto other shapes he governeth 36 Legions of spirits. his seal is this.

The 6th spirit is Valefar -- he is a MightyDuke, & appeareth in ye form of a Lion wh amans head Lowring, he is a good femiliar, but tempteth those he isfemiliar with to steale, he governeth 10 Legions of spirets, this ishis seal to wearne constantly if you haue his familiarity. Else not.

[101v]

The 7t spirit is Amon. he is a Marquis great inpower & most strong, he at first appereth like a wolf with aserpents taile, vomiting out of his Mouth fleames of fire, butat ye command of ye Magician he putteth on yeshape of a man, with dogs Teeth beset in a head like a Raven, or in a RavensHead, hee telleth [of] all things past & to come, and procureth love,and reconcileth controversies between freinds & foes,1 & governeth40 Legions of spirits, his seal is thus, wch is to be worne asafforesaid.

1. Harl. 6483 adds, 'He also bringeth to pass, that souls which are drowned in the sea shall take up airy bodies & evidently appear & answer to interrogations at the request of the exorcist.'

The 8th spirit is called Barbatos he is a greatduke & appeareth when ye is in ,2 with four Noblekings and their companions in great troops, he giveth yeunderstanding of ye singing of Birds, and yevoice of other Creatures and ye [such as]barking of dogs &c, he breaketh hidden treasures open, thathave been Laid by ye Enchantment of Magicians, & [he was]of ye order of vertues, [of] which some part beareth rule still&c he knoweth all things past and to come: and reconsileth friends &those that are in power, he ruleth over 30 Legions of spirits, his sealof obedience is this. wch were before you &c.

2. The translator obviously misunderstood the Latin here. W: 'He appears in the image of a woodland archer.'

The 9th spirit in order is Paimon; a great king,& very Obedient to Lucifer, he appeareth in ye forme of a man,sitting one a dromedary, wh a Crowne most glorious on his head.Three [There] goeth before him a host of spirits like men with Trumpetsand well sounding Cymballs, and all other sorts of musicall Instruments &c.he hath a great voice, and roareth at his first comming, and hisspeech [voice] is such as ye Magician cannot well understand,unless he compelleth him. This spirit can teach all arts and siences, andother secret Things; he can discover wt yeEarth is, and wt holdeth it up in ye waters, &wt ye wind is or where it is, or any other Thingyu desire to know, he giveth dignity and confirmethye same, he bindeth or maketh a man subject to yeMagician if he desireth it he giveth good familiars, and such as can teachall arts, he is to be observed towards ye North west, he is ofye order of dominions and hath 200 Legions of spirits under him,one part of them is of ye order of Angells & yeother of Potestates [Potentates], If yu call this spiritPaimon alone yu must make him some offering to him &there will attend him 2 kings called Bebal &Abalam, & other spirits of ye order ofPotestates [Potentates] in his host are 25 Legions because all thosespirits wch are subject to him, are not allwayes wthhim unlesse ye Magician compelleth them, This is his Character.

[102r]

The 10th spirit is Buer, a great presidentand appereth in that is hisshape when ye is there,he teacheth Phylosophy [both] Morall & Naturall, & yeLogicall arts, & ye vertues of all hearbes & plants,& healeth all distempers in Man, & giveth (familiars) good familiars,he governeth over 50 Legions of spirits and this is his seale of obediancewch you must weare when you call him to apperance.

The 11th spirit is a great & strong duke calledGusoin [Gusion], he appeareth like a Xenophilus hetelleth of all things past, present & to come: he sheweth yemeaning of all questions you can ask, he reconcileth friends and givethhonour and dignity to any, and ruleth over 40 Legions of Spirits.his seal is this, wch weare as aforesaid &c.

The 12th spirit is Sitri, he is a great prince& appeareth at first with a Leopards face, and wings as a griffin.But afterwards at ye command of ye exorcist,he putteth on a humane shape very Beautifull, Inflaming Men with womensLove, and women with mens love, and causeth them to shew themselves Naked,if he [it] be desired, &c. he governeth 60 Legions of spirits, andhis seal to be worne is this.

The 13 spirit is called Beleth, he is a mightyking and terrable, ridding on a pale horse wth Trumpets andall other kinds of Musicall Instruments playing before him, he is veryfurious at his first apperance That is whilest ye Exorcistallay his Courage, for to doe that, he must hold a hazel stickin his hand, streched forth towards ye South & East quartersmaking a Triangle without ye Circle, commanding him into it byye vertue of ye Bonds & chaines of spiritshereafter following, & if he doe not come into ye by your Threats, rehearseye Bounds & chaines before him, and then he will yeildobediance and come into it and do what he is commanded by yeEorcist [Exorcist], yet he must receive him courteously, because he isa great king & doe homage to him, as the kings and princes doethat attend him, and you must [also] have allwayes a silver Ring on themiddle finger of the left hand, held against your face as they do for Amaimon,This king Beleth causeth all ye love that possible may be, both ofMen and women till ye Master Eorcist [Exorcist] hath had hismind fullfilled &c. he is of the order of Powers and governeth 85Legions of [102v] spirits, his Noble seal is this wch is to beworne before you in the Time of working.

The 14th spirit is called Leraye(or Leraje) [written intra linea]. he is a Marquize great in power shewinghim selfe in ye likeness of an archer, cladd in green carring[carrying] a Bow and quiver, he causeth all great Battles &contests, & causeth ye wounds to putrifie that are [made]wth arrows by archers this belongeth to he governeth 30 Legions ofspirits, & his seale of obediance is this.

The 15th spirit is called Eligor [Eligos],a great duke, he appeareth in [the] form of a goodly knight carring a lancean Ensigne & a serpent, he discovereth hidden Things & knoweththings to come, & of warres and how the soulders will & shallmeet, he causeth the love of Lords and great persons, and governeth60 Legions of spirits, his seal is this, wch wear or else hewill not appear nor obey you &c.

The 16th spirit is called Zepar, he is a greatduke & appeareth in red apparell & armed like a souldier, hisoffice is to cause women to love Men and to bring them togatherin love he also maketh them barren, and governeth [over] 26 Legionsof Inferiour spirits, his seal is this, wch he obeyeth when heseeth it.

The 17th spirit is called Botis a great presidentand an Earle; he appeareth at ye [first] shew in ye formof an ugly viper Then at ye command of ye Magicianhe putteth on humane shape, with great teeth, Two horns, carring a sharp brightsword in his hand, he telleth of all Things past and to come and reconcilethfriends and foes, he governeth 60 Legions of spiritshis seal is this, that he obeyeth when he seeth it.

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The 18th spirit is called Bathin, he is a mighty[and] strong duke & appeareth like a strong man wthye Taile of a serpent, sitting on a paile couloured horse heknoweth the vertue of hearbes & precious stones, & can transportmen suddenly from one Country into an other, he ruleth over 30 Legions ofspirits his seal is thus to be made and to be worne before you.

The 19th spirit is called Saleos, he is a greatand mighty duke, & appeareth in [the] form of a gallant souldier,ridding on a Crocodile, wth a dukes crowne on his head peaceablyhe causeth ye love of women to men & men to women, he governeth30 Legions of spirits his seal is this, wch must be worne beforeyou.

The 20th spirit is called Purson a great king;he appeareth commonly like a man wth a Lyons face, carringa cruel viper in his hand, and ridding on a Bear goeing beforehim [are] many Trumpets sounding; he knoweth hidden things and candiscover Treasures & tell all Things present past and to come;he can take a Body either humane or aiery, and answareth Truly of allEarthly Things, both secreet & devine, & of yeCreation of ye world, he bringeth forth good familiars, &under his government [power] are 22 Legions of spirits, partly of yeorder of vertues & partly of ye order of Thrones, &his mark or seal is this, wch he oweth obediance to & [which]must be worne by ye Exorcist in [the] Time of acction.

The 21 spirit is called Morax he is a greatEarle and a president, he appeareth like a great Bull wth a mansface; his office is: to make men very knowling [sic] in Astronomy, andall ye other Liberall siences; he can give good familiars and[very] wise, wch know ye vertues of hearbes &precious stones he governeth 36 [30] Legions of spirits, & hisseal is to be made Thus and worne [as aforesaid].

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The 22d spirit is called Ipos --, he is an Earlrand a mighty prince, and appeareth in ye forme of an angel,wth a Lions head gooses feet & a haires Taile, heknoweth Things past and to come; he maketh Men witty and bold, andgoverneth 36 Legions of spirits, his seal or Charecter is This, wchmust be worne as a Lamen before you.

The 23d spirit is called Aim, a greattduke and strong, he appeareth in ye forme of a very handsome manin Body, [but] wth 3 heads, The first like a serpent yesecond like a man wth 2 starrs in his forehead, The Third [head]is lik [sic] a Catt; he rideeth on a viper, carring a fire brandin his hand burning, whereth [wherewith] he sets Citties Castles & greatplaces on fire he maketh one witty [in] all manner of wayes, and giveth trueanswares to privy matters, he governeth 26 Legions of Infernallspirits; his seal is thus to be made, and worne as a Lamen beforeyou.

The 24th spirit is called Naberius, heis a most valliant Marquiz, & appeareth in ye forme of a BlackCrow, fluttering about the Circle, & when he speaketh it is witha hoarse voice; he maketh men cunning in all arts & siences,but especially in ye art [of] Rhetoric; he restoreth lost dignityand honours, & governeth 19 Legions of spirits his seal is this,wch must be worne.

The 25th spirit is called Glasya Labolas,he is a Mighty president & sheweth him selfe in ye forme of adog wth wings like a griffin; he teacheth all arts in an Instant,and is an author of Blood shed & Manslaughter, he telleth allThings past & to come, if desired, & causeth love of friendsand foes; he can make a Man goe Invisible, & he hath under hisrule 36 Legions of spirits, his seal is this, ye wchweare [must be worn] as a Lamin.

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The 26th spirit is called Bune [or Bime], heis a strong, great & mighty duke, & appeareth in ye formeof a Dragon wth three heads, one like a dog, The otherlike a griffin; The 3d like a man, he speaketh witha high & comely voice, he changeth ye places of yedead, & causeth those spirits that are under him, to gather together upontheir sepulcheres, he giveth Riches to a man & maketh him wise &eloquent, he giveth true Answards to yr demands, & governeth30 Legions of spirits, his seal is this wch he owneth [oweth]obedience to. first

& Nota he hath another seal orCharacter wch is made Thus. yu may use wchyu will, but ye first is best as Salomon saith.

The 27th spirit is called Ronove, he appearethin ye forme of a Monster, he teacheth ye art ofRhetorick very well, and giveth good servants knowledge of Tongues, favouerof friends & foes; he is a Marquiz & a great Earle, and there obeiethhim [he commandeth] 19 Legions of spirits his seal is this.

The 28th spirit in order as salomon bound them, is namedBerith. he is a Mighty great and terrable duke,he hath two other Names given to him by men of latter Times, viz:Beal & Bolfry, he appeareth like asouldier wth red clothing, ridding on a red horse & [having]a Crown of Gold upon his head he giveth True answards of things[concerning the] past present & to come; you [must] use a Ring as isbefore spoken of [with] Beleth in calling him forth; he can turne all mettalsinto Gold, he can give dignity & [can] confirm them to Men, he speakethwth a very clear & subtill voice, he is a great Lyer and not tobe Trusted much he governeth over 26 Legions of spirits his seal is thiswhich must be worne as [a] lamin.

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The 29th spirit in order is Named Astaroth,he is a Mighty & strong duke, & appeareth in [the] forme of anunbeautifull angel, ridding on an Infernall like dragon, and carringin his right hand a viper (you must not lett him come to neare yuleast he doe yu damage by his stinking Breath. Thereforeye Exorcist must hold ye Magicall Ring nere to his faceand yt will defend him he giveth true answares of things presentpast & to come & can discover all secreets; he will declare willinglyhow ye spirits fell, if desired, & ye reason of hisown fall. He can make men wounderfull knowing in all Liberall siences; heruleth 40 Legions of spirits, his seal is as this [shown], wchweare as a Lamen before yu, or else he will not obeyyou.

The 30th spirit is called Forneus, he is amighty great Marquiz, & appeareth in ye forme of a greatsea Monster, he Teacheth & maketh men wounderfull knowing in yeart of Rhetoric he causeth men to have a good Name, and to have yeunderstanding of Tongues; he maketh men to be beloved of their foes as well asthey be by their Friends; & he governeth 29 Legions of spirits,partly of ye order of Thrones and partly of angels, his sealis this to be made and worne as aforesaid &.

The 31 spirit in order, [as Salomon saith,] is named Foras,he is a mighty great president & appeareth in ye form of astrong man, in humane shape he can give ye understandingto men how they may know ye vertues of all hearbs & preciousstones, & [he] teacheth them ye art [of] Logick &Ethicks in All their partes if desired, he maketh men Invisible, witty,Eloquent & to live Long; he [can] discover Treasures and recover Thingslost, & he ruleth over 29 Legions of spirits, his seale or Characteris thus to be made & worne as a Lamen.

The 32d spirit in order is called Asmoday.he is a great king, strong & powerfull, he appeareth wth 3heads, whereof ye first is like a Bull The second like aMan, The third like a Ram, [he appeareth also] wth a serpentsTaile, Belching or vomitting up flames of fire out of his mouthhis feet are webed like a Goose, he sitteth on an Infernall dragoncarring a Launce and a flagg in his hands, he is ye first& chifiest under ye power of Amaymon,& goeth before all others: when the[105r]Exorcist hath a mind to call him, lett it be abroad,1 and lett him standon his feet all ye Time of action, wth his cap of [off],2for if it be on, Amaymon will deceive him and cause all his doeingto be bewrayed, But as soone as ye Exorist [Exorcist] seethAsmoday in ye shape aforesaid, he shall call him by his Name,saying, thou art Asmoday, & he will not deny it; & by &by he will bow down to ye ground &c he giveth yeRing of vertues he teacheth ye art of Arithmitic, geomitry,Astronomy and all [other] handicrafts absolutely; he giveth full &True answares to yr demands, he maketh a man Invisible, he showethye place where Treasures layeth, and guardeth it if it be amongye Legion of Amaymon, he governeth 72 Legions of Inferiour spirits,his seal is thus to be made and worne as a Lamen before [thee] on your Breast.

1. The translator has evidently read foris (“in a foreign land”) by mistake; it should read fit fortis (“let him be brave”). See Weyer.
2. This follows Scot’s “if his cap be on his head,” a truly bizarre mistranslation of si vero coopertus fuerit (“if he is afraid he will be overwhelmed”). Crowley does it one better by adding “or Head-dress.”

The 33d spirit is Gaap. he is a great president& a mighty Prince, he appeareth when ye is in some of yeSouthern Signes, in a humane shape, [Clm 849 reads: 'He appears in the form of a doctor (medici, not meridii=southern as in Weyer) when he takes on a human form']goeing before 4 great &mighty kings, as if he was a guide to conduct them along in theirway. his office is to make men knowing in Phylosophy and all yeLiberall siences; he can cause love or hatred, and make men Insensiblehe can Teach yu how to consecrate those Things that belong toye dominion of Amaymon his king & can dilever [deliver]familiers out of the custody of other Magicians; and [he also] answarethTruly and perfectly of Things past present and to come, & can carryand recarry [things] most speedily from one kingdome to another, atye will and pleasure of [the] Exorcist, he ruleth over 66 Legions of spirits he was of ye order of potestates [potentates];his seal is thus to be made & worne as a Lamen &c.

The 34th spirit is called Furtur [Furfur], he is agreat & mighty Earle, appearing in ye forme of an hart wtha firey [fiery] Taile; he never speaket [speaketh] Truth, except he becompelled or brought up wthin a Triangle, being compelled therein, he will take upon himselfe yeforme of an angel being bidden; he speaketh with a hoarse voice, & will[can] willingly make love between man & wife he can raise Thunder,Lightnings, Blasts and great Tempestuous stormes &c he giveth trueanswares both of secreet and devine Things[105v]if commanded, and ruleth over 26 Legions of spirits, his sealis this which is to be [made &] worne as a Lamin &c.

The 35 spirit is called Marchosias, he is a great andmighty Marquiz appering at first in [the] forme of a wolfe; havinggriffins wings, and a serpents Taile, vomiting up fire out of his mouthBut afterwards at ye command of ye Exorcist,he putteth on ye shape of a man, and is a strong fighter hegiveth true answares to all questions, & is very faithfull to yeExorcist in doeing his Buisness [sic], he was of ye order ofdominations he governeth 30 Legions of spirits, he Told his chiefe Masterwch was Salomon, that after 1200 yeares he hadd hopesto returne to ye 7th Throne &: his seal is thus,to be made, & worne as a Lamin &c.

The 36th spirit is called Stolas, he is agreat and powerfull Prince, appearing in ye shape of a Night Ravenat first before ye Exorcist, but afterwards he taketh the imageof a man &c; he teacheth the Art of Astronomy, & the vertuses [sic] ofhearbs & precious stones, he governeth 26 legions of spiritshis seal is thus to be made & worne as a Lamin.

The 37th spirit is called Phoenix he his [is]a great Marquiz & appeareth like ye [form of the] Bird Phoenixhaving a Childs voice, he singeth many sweet notes before yeExorcist, wch he must not regard, but by & by he must biddhim [to] put on a humane shape, Then he will speak Mervellously ofall wounderfull siences; he his a good & excellent Poet, & willbe willing to doe yr Request he hath hopes to returne to ye7th Throne affter 1200 yeares more, as he said to Salomon, hegoverneth 20 Legions of spirits, his seal is Thus to be made, & worne&c.

The 38th spirit is called Halphas he is a greatEarle and appeareth in ye forme of a stock dove, and speakethwth a hoarse voyce; his office is to build up Towers & to furnishthem wth ammunition and weapons, and to send men of warre to placesappointed; he ruleth 26 Legions of spirits; his seal is Thus to be made, &worne as a Lamen &.

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The 39th spirit in order is called Malphas,he appeareth at first in ye forme like a Crow, But affterwardeswill put on a humane shape at ye request of ye Exorcist& speake wth a hoarse voyce; he is a mighty president andpowerfull he can Build houses & high Towers & he can bringquickly artificers togather from all places of ye world; he candestroy ye [thy] Enemies desires or thoughts, and wt[all that] they have done; he giveth good familiars, & if yumake any sacrifices to him, he will receive it kindly and willingly, But hewill deceive him yt doth it; he governeth 40 Legions of spirits;his seal is Thus to be made and worne as a Lamen &.

The 40th spirit is called Raum, he is an Earle,& appeareth at first in ye forme of a Crow but affterwards, atye command of ye Exorcist he putteth on humane shapehis office is to steale Treasures out of kings houses, and to carry it wherehe is commanded, & to destroy Citties, and ye dignities of men;& to tell all Things past, & wt is, & wtwill be; & to cause Love between friends & foes; he was ofye order of Thrones, and governeth over 30 Legions of spirits hisseal is Thus, which make and weare as a Lamin before you.

The 41 spirit in order is called Focalor he is a great duke& strong, & appeareth in ye forme of a Man with griffinswings; his office is, to kill men, and to drown them in ye waters,and to over throw ships of warre, for he hath power over both winds and seas,but he will not hurt any man or Thing, if he be commanded to yecontrary by ye Exorcist; he hath hopes to returne to ye7th Throne after 1000 yeares; he governeth 3 Legions of spirits,his seal is this wch must be worne as a Lamin.

The 42d spirit is Named Vepar he is a great &strong duke, & appeareth like a Mairmaid, his office is to guideye waters, & ships Ladden wth armour thereon he willat ye [will of the] Exorcist cause ye seas to be roughand stormy, and to appeare full of ships he causeth men to dye in 3dayes wth putrifying their sores and wounds, & causingwormes in them[106v]to bred &c he governeth 29 Legions of spirits, his seal is Thus to be madeand worne as a Lamin &c.

The 43d spirit in order as Salomon commanded them into yeBrazen vesel is called Sabnach he is a Mighty great Marquiz,& strong appearing in ye forme of an armed souldierwth a Lyons head, ridding on a pale couloured horse, his officeis to build high Towers, Casteles and Citties, and to furnish themwth armour, & to afflict men severall dayes wthwounds & rotten sores full of wormes; he giveth good familiars atye command of ye Exorcist he commandeth 50 Legions ofspirits, his seal is Thus to be made, and worne as a Lamin &c.

The 44th spirit in order is named Shax, he isa great Marquize & appeareth in ye forme of a stock dove,speaking wth a hoarse & subtill voyce. his office is to takeaway ye sight, hearing & understanding of any man or woman atye command of ye Exorcist, & to steal money out ofkings houses & carry it againe in 1200 yeares, if commanded, hewill fetch horses or any Thing at ye Request ofye Exorcist, but he must be commanded into a Triangle first or else he will deceive him,& tell you many lyes, he can discover all Things that are hidden & notkept by wicked spirits, he giveth good familiars sometimes, he governeth 30Legions of spirits his seal is thus to be made, and worne as a Lamin &c.

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The 45 spirit is called Vine, he is a great king & anEarle, & appeareth in ye forme of a Lyon ridding on a Blackhorse wth a viper in his hand his office is to discover Thingshidden, witches, and Things present past & to come. he, at yecommand of ye Exorcist, will build Towers, Throw downgreat stone walls, make waters rough wth stormes &c, hegoverneth 35 Legions of spirits, his seal is this, wch make andwear as a Lamin &c..

The 46th spirit is called Bifrons, he is anEarle and appeareth in ye forme of a Monster at first but aftera while at ye command of ye Exorcist he putteth onye shape of a man, his office is to make one knowing in Astrology& geomitry & other arts & siences, & Teacheth yevertues of all hearbs, precious stones & woodes, he changeth yedead Bodyes & putteth Them into one another [anothers'] places, &lighteth candeles seemingly upon ye graves of ye deadhe hath under his command 6 Legions of spirits, his seal is this,wch he will owne and submit unto &c.

The 47th spirit is called Vual. he is a great& mighty strong duke, he appeareth in ye forme of a mightydromedary at first, but after a while he putteth on humane shape, and speakethin ye Egyptian Tongue, but not perfectly; his office is to procureye love of women, and to tell Things past, present and to come,and also to procure friendship betweene friends & foes, he wasof the order of Potentates; he governeth 37 Legions of spirits; his seal isThus to be made and worne as a Lamin before you &c.

The 48th spirit is called Haagenti, he isa great president appearing in the forme of a mighty Bull wthgriffins wings at first, But afterwardes at ye command of theExorcist, he putteth on humane shape &c his office is to make menwise and to Instruct them in divers Things & to Transmute allmettales into gold, & change wine into water, & water[107v]into wine; he commandeth 33 Legions of spirits; his seal is Thus made,& to be worne as a Lamin &c.

The 49th spirit is named Procel, he appeareth inye forme of an angel, he is a great & strong duke, speakingsomthing mystically of hidden Things; he Teacheth ye art ofgeometry & ye Liberall siences, he at ye command ofye Exorcist, will make great Noises, like ye running ofgreat waters, allthough there be none he warmeth waters and distempereth[discovereth] Bathes &c he was of ye order of potestates[potentates] (as he declared to Salomon) before his fall, he governeth 48Legions of spirits, his Character or Marke is Thus to be made, & worneas a Lamin before you.

The 50th spirit in order is called Furcas, heis a knight & appeareth in ye forme and similitude of a cruelold man wth a long Beard and a hairy head, sitting on a palecolloured horse, wth a sharpe weapon in his hand; his office isto teach ye art of Phylosophy, astronomy, Rhetoricl, logick,Chyromancy & Pyromancy in all their partes perfectly, he hath under hispower 20 Legions of spirits, his seal or Mark is this wch make& weare as a Lamin.

The 51 spirit in order is Balam, he is a Terrable,great & powerfull king, appearing wth 3 heads, The firstis like a Bulls, The second like a Mans, & ye Third likea Rams head he hath a serpents Taile, & Eyes flaming; riding upona furious Beare, carrying a goshawke on his fist, he speaketh wtha hoarse voyce, giving True answares of Things past present &to come, he maketh men to goe invisible & witty he governeth40 Legions of spirits his seal is Thus [to be] Made, & to be worne asa Lamin &c.

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The 52d spirit [in order] is called Alloces --he is a great & mighty strong duke, appearing in ye forme ofa souldier ridding on a great horse; his face is like a Lyons, very redd,having Eyes flaming, his speech is hoarse & verry Bigg; his office is toteach ye art of Astronomy, & all ye Liberallsiences, he Bringeth good familiars & ruleth 36 Legions of spirits, hisseal is Thus made, & [is] to be worne, &c.

The 53d spirit is called Caim, he is a greatpresident & appeareth in ye forme of a Bird called a Thrushat first, but after a while he putteth on ye shape of a man carringin his hand a sharp sword; he seemeth to answare in Burning ashes, he is agood disputer, his office is to give men ye understandingof all Birds, loweing of Bullocks, Barking of doggs & other Creatures,and also ye Noise of waters, and [he] giveth very true answares ofThings to come; he was of ye order of angels, & now Ruleth 30Legions of Infernall spirits; his seal is This, wch wear as aLamin.

The 54th spirit in order is called Murmur,he is a great duke & an Earle, & appeareth In ye forme ofa souldier ridding on a griffin with a dukes Crown on his head, theregoeth before him two of his Ministers, wth great Trumpets sounding,his office is to teach Phylosophy perfectly, & to constrainesoules discesed [deceased] to come before ye Exorcist to answarethose things yt he shall aske them, if he desireth, he was partlyof ye order of Thrones & partly [of the order] of angels,& [he] Ruleth now 30 Legions of spirits, his seal is this, wchis to be worne as a Lamin &c.

The 55th spirit is called Orobas, he is a mightygreat prince, appearing at first like a horse, But afterwards at yecommand of ye Exorcist he putteth on ye Image of a man,his office is to discover, all Things past, present & to come and to givedignities & places & ye favour of friends & foes, hegiveth true answares of divinity & of ye Creation of yeworld, he is faithfull to ye Exorcist & will notsuffer him to be Tempted by any[108v]spirit he governeth 20 Legions of spirits, his seal is this, wchmust be made & worne as a Lamin &c.

The 56 spirit is called Gemory, he is a strong and powerfullduke appearing in The forme of a Beautifull woman, wth a Dutches[Duchess] Crownett Tyed about her middle, ridding on a great Camell, his officeis to tell of all Things past present & to come, and of Treasure hiddenand wt it layeth in, & procureth ye love of women,both young & old, he governeth 26 Legions of spirits, his sealis Thus made, & worne as a Lamin before ye Exorcist in [the]Time of working.

The 57 spirit is called Ose, he is a greatpresident & appeareth like a Leopard at first, But after a littleTime he putteth on ye shape of a man, his office is to make onecunning in ye Leberall [liberal] siences & to give Trueanswares of devine & secreet Things, and to change a man in [to] any shapethat ye Exorcist desireth so that he that is so changed will notthinck any other Thing but that he is that Creature or Thing, he is Changedinto, he governeth 3 Legions of spirits, his seal is This, wchwear as a Lamin.

The 58th spirit is called [named] Amy, he is agreat president, & appeareth at first in ye forme of a flamingfire, But after a while he putteth on ye shape of a man, &c:his office is to make one wounderous [wonderfully] knowing in Astrology &all ye Leberall [liberal] siences; he giveth good familiars &can bewray Treasures, wch are kept by spirits; he governeth 36Legions of spirits, [&] his seal is This, wch wear as a Lamin&c.

[To make sense of the attempted corrections, compare with the version given in Sl. 2731:]


The 59 spirit is named Orias, he is a greatMarquiz and appeareth in ye forme of a Lyon, riding on a mightyhorse, wth a serpents Taile, holding in his right hand 2 greatserpents hissing, his office is to Teach ye vertues of yestarres and to know ye Mansions of ye planets, and howto understand their vertues, also he Transformeth men & giveth dignitiesand places [prelacies], and confirmations, & ye favour offriends & foes, he governeth 30 Legions of spirits, his seal is This, to bemade & worne &c.

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The 60th spirit is called Vapula, he is a greatmighty & strong duke, appearing in ye forme of a Lyon,wth griffins wings; his office is to make men knowing in allhandicraft proffecsions also in Phylosophy & other siences &c hegoverneth 36 Legions of spirits, his seal or Character is Thus made, and is tobe worneas a Lamin &c.

The 61 spirit is called Zagan, he is a greatking & president, and appeareth at first in ye forme of a Bullwth griffins wings, But afterwardss he putteth on humane shape,he maketh men witty, and can turne wine into water & Blood intowine, and also water into wine he can turne all mettals into Corne [coin]of that dominion ye mettles are of & can make foolls wise hegoverneth 33 Legions of spirits; his seal is Thus made & worneas a Lamin.

The 62d spirit is called Valac, he is a mightygreat president & appeareth like a Boy wth angels wings, riddingon a 2 headed Dragon; his office is to give True answares ofhidden Treasures, and to tell where serpents may be seene, wchhe will bring & dilever [deliver, discover] to ye Exorcistwithout any force or strengeth, he governeth 30 Legions of spirits, his sealis This wch must be made & worne as a Lamin &c.

The 63 spirit is called Andras, he is a great Marquizappearing in ye forme of an angell wth a head like aBlack night Raven, ridding upon a strong black woolf, wth a sharpebright sword flourishing in his hand, his office is to sow discords,if ye Exorcist hath not care he will kill him and his fellows,he governeth 30 Legions of spirits his seal is Thus to be [made,and] worne as a Lamin before [thee] on your Breast.

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The 64th spirit is named Flauros, he is agreat duke, and appeareth at first like a mighty Terrable andstrong Leopard but afterwards at ye command of yeExorcist he putteth on ye shape of a man wth fiery Eyesand a Terrable Countenance; he giveth True answares of all Things past present& to come, but unless he be commanded into a [the] Triangle, hewill Lye in all those things and deceive or beguile ye Exorcistin other Things or Buisness [sic], he will gladly talke of divinity, andof ye Creation of ye world, and of his and all otherspirits fall [falls], he destroyeth and burneth those That are yeExorcist [Exorcist's] enimies if he Requesteth it, and will not suffer him tobe Tempted by any spirit or otherwise; he governeth 36 Legions of spirits,his seal is Thus to be made, & worne as a Lamine &c.

The 65 spirit is called Andrealphus, he is a Mighty greatMarquiz appearing at first in ye forme of [a] Peacock,with great Noises but afterwards he putteth on humaneshape, he can teach perfectly geomitry, & all Things belongingto measuring, [&] also Astronomy, he maketh men very subtile andcunning therin, he can Transforme a Man into ye likness of aBird & he governeth 30 Legions of spirits his seal is This, wchis to be worne as a Lamin &c.

The 66th spirit is called Cimeies he is amighty great Marquiz strong & powerfull appearing like a valiantsouldier, riding on a goodly Black horse; he ruleth over all spiritsin ye part of Africa, his office is to Teach perfectly grammarRhetoric [&] logick and to discover Treasures & Things lost or hidden,he can make a man seeme like a souldier of his own likeness, hegoverneth 20 Legions of cheefe [chief] spirits, but more Inferior [than]himself his seal is Thus made, & worne as a Lamin &c.

The 67th spirit in order is called Amduscias,he is a strong & great duke appearing at first like an Unicorne,But afterwards at ye Request of ye Exorcist he standeth[110r]beforehim in humane shape causing Trumpets and all manner of MusicallInstrument to be heard But not seene also [causing] Trees to bendand Incline according to ye Exorcist [Exorcist's] will; he givethExcellent familiars & ruleth 29 Legions of spirits his seal is Thus formedand is to be worne as a Lamin &c.

The 68th spirit is called Belial, he is amighty king and powerfull; he was Created next after Lucifer, &is of his order; he appeareth in ye forme of a Beautiful angelsitting in a Charriot of fire, speaking wth a comly voice,declaring that he fell first & amongst ye worthier & wisersort wch went before Michael & other heavenly angels; hisoffice is to distribute preferments of senatorships, and to causefavour of friends & foes, he giveth Excellent familiars & governeth80 Legions of spirits. Note this kink [! king] Belial must have offeringssacrafices & gifts presented to him, by ye Exorcist or elsehe will not give True answares to his demands; But then heTarryeth [will tarry] not one hour in ye truth except [unless] hebe constrained by devine power & his seal is Thus wch is to beworne as a Lamin, before ye Exorcist &c.

The 69 spirit is called Decarabia, he appeareth inye forme of a starre in ye Pentacle at first, butafterwards at ye command of ye Exorcist, he putteth onye Image of a man, his office is to discover ye vertuesof hearbs and precious stones; and to make ye similitude of allBirds to fly before ye Exorcist, & to Tarry wth him,singing and Drinking as Naturall Birds doe, he governeth 30 Legions ofspirits, being himselfe a great Marquiz, his seal is Thus to be made, andworne as a Lamin before ye Exorcist &.

The 70th spirit in order is called Seere, heis a Mighty Prince and powerfull under Amaymon, king of ye Easthe appeareth in ye forme of a Beautifull Man, riding on a stronghorse wth wings: his office is to goe & come, and to bring allThings to pass on a sudden & to carry & recarry any Thing whereThou wilt have it, or have it from for he can pass over ye wholeworld in ye Twinckling of an Eye, he maketh a True relation ofall sorts of Theft and of[110v]Treasures hidd, and of all other things, he is Indifferent good Natured,willing to do any thing ye Exorcist desireth; he governeth 26Legions of spirits, his Mark or seal is Thus made, and is to be worne as aLamin &c.

The 71 spirit is called Dantalion, he is a great & Mightyduke appearing in ye forme of a Man wth many faces, alllike men & women, & a Booke in his right hand; his office is to Teachall arts and siences to anyone, and to declare ye secreet Councellesof anyone, for he knoweth ye Thoughts of all men and women, and canchange them at his will, he can cause love and shew (by vision) yetrue similitude of anyone lett them be in wt place or part ofye world they will, he governeth 36 Legions of spirits his seal isThis, wch is to be worne as a Lamin.

The 72d spirit in order is called Andromalius he isa great and Mighty Earle appearing in ye form of a Man, holding aserpent in his hand, his office is to bring a theefe & goods ytare stolen, Back; and to discover all wickedness, and understand dealings,& to punish Theives [thieves] & other wicked people, & to discoverTreasure that is hidd, &c, he ruleth 36 Legions of spirits his seal isThis, wch make & wear as a Lamin in time of acction&c.


These be the seventy two Mighty kings or Princes wch King Salomoncommanded into a vesall [vessel] of Brasse wth their Legions,of whome Belial Bileth [Beleth] Asmoday &Gaap wear the Cheefest, & it is supposed it was for their pride,for Salomon never declared why he thus bound them; & when he hadd boundthem up & sealed ye vesel, he by ye devine powercast Them all into a deep lake or hole in Babilon [Babylon], & theBabilononians [! Babylonians] woundering to see such a thing there, they wentwholy into ye lake to brake [break] ye vesel open,suspecting to find a great Treasure; but when they hadd broken it open outflew all ye cheefe spirits Immediately, and their Legions followedthem, and they were restored againe to their former places; But only Belialwho entered[111r]Into a certaine Image, and there gave answares to those whome [who] did offersacrifice unto him as ye Babilonians did; for they offeredsacrafices, & worshiped that Image as a God &c..

OBSERVATIONS

Notes:
Thou art to observe first ye Moones age for yr working.The best dayes are when ye [moon] is 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 or 14 dayesold, as Salomon sayeth, and no other dayes are profitable &c.
The seals of those 72 kings are to be made in Mettalls,The cheefest King in ,Marquisses in ,Dukes in .Prelates in ,knights in , &Presidents in , &Earles in & equally alike &1. 1. Gold, silver, copper, tin, lead, mercury, copper + silver respectively. Noticeably absent is Mars (=iron). -Ed.
These 72 kings are under the power of Amaymon, Corson, Ziminiar,& Goap [Gaap] wch are kings ruling in ye 4quarters East, West, North, & south, and are not to be called forth exceptit be upon great occasions But Invoked & commanded to send such & suchspirit as are [is] under their rule and power, as is shewed in yefollowing Invocations, or [rather] conjurations &c.

The chife [chief] kings may be bound from 9 to 12 of ye Clock atnoone & from 3 [5] till sunset. Marquizes may be bound from 3 ofye Clock in ye after Noon till nine at night and from 9at nt [night] till sunrising.

Dukes may be bound from sunrising till Noonday in clear weather.

Prelates may be bound in any hour of the day.

Knights may be bound from ye dawning of ye day tillsunrising or from four of ye Clock till sunset.

Presidents may be bound in any hour of ye day, Except Twilight,at Night, or [if] the king whome he is under, be also Invocated &c.

Counts or Earles may be bound in any hour of the day so [if] it be in woodsor any other place where Men resort Not, or where No Noise is &c.

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[THE MAGICAL CIRCLE]

[The circle of Salomon is to be made nine feet across, & thedivine names are to be written around it, from Eheyeto Levanah.]A figure of the Circlel [Circle] of Solomon [Salomon], that he made forto preserve himselfe from The malice of those evill Spirits &c. In the Mathers/Crowley edition the letters around the perimeter of the circle are transcribed into Hebrew letters. 'In English letters they run thus, ... + Ehyeh Kether Metatron Chaioth Ha-Qadesh Rashith Ha-Galgalim S.P.M (for 'Sphere of the Primum Mobile') + Iah Chokmah Ratziel Auphanim Masloth S.S.F. (for 'Sphere of the Fixed Stars,' or S.Z. for 'Sphere of the Zodiac') + Iehovah Elohim Binah Tzaphquiel Aralim Shabbathai S. (for 'Sphere') of Saturn + El Chesed Tzadquiel Chaschmalim Tzedeq S. Jupiter + Elohim Gibor Geburah Kamael Seraphim Madim S. of Mars + Iehovah Eloah Va-Da&aulm;th Tiphereth Raphaël Malakim Shemesh S. of the Sun + Iehovah Tzabaoth Netzach Haniel Elohim Nogah S. of Venus. + Elohim Tzabaoth Hod Michaël Beni Elohim Kokav S. of Mercury + Shaddaï El Chai Iesod Gabriel Cherubim Levanah S. of the Moon +.'
This is based on Agrippa's scale of ten.

[THE TRIANGLE]

[This is the forme of] The Triangle that Salomon commanded the disobedientspirits into; it is to be made two foot [feet] of [off] from the Circle and3 foot [feet] over [across].

Note this is to be placedupon [towards] that Coast [quarter] [that] the spirit belongeth [to] &c.Observe the moon in working, &c.

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Solomons sexangled [hexagonal] ffigure

This figure is to be made on parchment made of a calfes Skin and worne at theSkirtt of ye white vestment, and covered wth a lennen[linen] cloath to ye which is to be shewed to the spirits when theyare appeared that they may be compelled to be obedient and take a humane shape&c.

Compare with version found in de Abano:

The Pentagonall ffigure of Solomon

Compare Douce ms. 116 pp. 171-172 (2nd half 17th ce), which has an experiment for transporting anything, which employs spirits named 'Aldiator, Belleracke, Bellonay, Halluhullynza, Saluzem.'The accompanying conjuration starts: 'Conjuro vos spiritis, Aldiator, Ballaroch, Bellonay, Hally-hullinza, Cooluzem, per patrem, + et ff, + et Ss,...'Accompanying 'pentacle of Solomon' (which is a double circle with hexagram inside) has the names of the same spirits inside, againwith slight differences: 'Hally / Hullinza / Aldiator / Ballaroche / Bellony / Hally-Hullinza / (in center): Cooluzem'.

This figure is to be made in or and worne upon the brest with the seal of the spirit on one [the other] side ofitt. it is for to preserve [the Exorcist] from danger, and allso tocommand by &c.
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[The Ring of Salomon]

This Ring is to be held before the face of the Exorcist topreserve him from The stinking fumes of spirits &c.

Around the ring is written the sacred name ANEPHENETON. Above the first N is written 'x', indicating the scribe was not certain if the name was spelled with an N or an X. The name is spelled Anephenethon in the Sworn Book of Honorius, and Anepheneton in Bodleian MS Rawl. D252 (12v). Coxe 25: Athenethon vel Anepheneton; BnF ital. 1524 195v: Anafeneton; SSM fol. 55: Anecphenneton; CLM 849: Anathematon; CLM 10085 4v: Anathemathon. LIH also reads Anephenethon. In the printed Heptameron and in the Folger manuscript it is spelled Anephexeton, but earlier manuscript VSG has Anepheneton. I believe this to be the same as (Greek) Anekphoniton ('Unpronounceable'), sometimes used to refer to the Tetragrammaton (יהוה i.e. YHVH).

The Secret Seal of Salomon.

by which he bound and sealed up theaforsaid spirits with their legions in [into] a Brazen Vesel &c.

This secreet seal is to be made by one that is cleane both Inwardand outward, and hath not defiled himself by any woman in the spaceof a Month; but hath with fasting and prayers to God desired pardonof all his sins, &c: Itt is to be made on a Tuesday or Saturdaynight at 12 [2] of the Clock, written with the Blood of a Black Cockwhich never trode hen, on virgins parchment, Note, on those nightsthe must be encreasing in, when it [is] so made, fumeit with Allum, Raisins of the Sun, dates, Cedar & lignum Aloes,by this seal Salomon compelled the aforesaide spirits into a Brassvessel, and sealed it up with the same, he by it gained the loveof all Manner of persons, and overcame in Battle, for neitherweapon fire nor water could hurt him.
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The fforme of the brasse vessel that Salomon shut Those spiritsIn.

The priuie [secret] seal aforesaid was made in Brasse, to cover This vesselwith at ye Top &c.

In Hebrew letters may be transcribed as: (front:) 'AShR AHIH: GBRiAL: MIKAL: HANIAL:' (back:) 'ARARIThA: ChShMLIM: AL: TzDQIAL:' Mathers gives the following variant found 'in some Codices:' 'ARARIThA: RFAL: KMAL: TzDQIAL:' and 'TzFQIAL'

[Other materials]

The other materialls is [are] a sceptre or sword; a miter or cap, along white Robe of Linnen, with shoes and other Clothes for yepurpose also a girdle of Lyons skin1 3 Inches broad, withall the names about it as is about the uttermost round [part of the] Circle,& also perfumes and a chafin [chafing] dish of Charcoles kindled to put thefumes into; to smoke or perfume yee place appointed for action.also annoynting oyles to anoynt yr Temples & Eyes wth;& fair water to wash yrselves in. & in so doeingyu are to say as david said (viz)

1. Lion's skin. This seems to be based on the experiment of Bealphares in Scot, which says it can also be made from 'a hart's skin' i.e. deer or buckskin. Compare also Sloane 3824 110r.
Thou shalt purge mewth Hysop o Lord, & I shall be cleane; Thou shalt wash me& I shall be whiter than snow &c.
This text from Psalm 50.9 is used in the Mass as well as virtually every grimoire.
& at ye Garments putting on, you must say:

[ORATION]

by ye figurative Mystery of these holy vesturesor vestments, I will cloath me with ye armour ofSalvation in ye strength of ye highest,Ancor Amacor Amides Theodonias Anitor, That my desired Endmay be Efected Through ye strength [of] AdonayTo whome ye praise and glory will forever &ever belong. Amen.

This oration also occurs widely in magical texts. The version in the Heptameron is almost identical, and indeed the version in Goetia was probably based directly on de Abano. Compare also with the version in Liber Iuratus Honorii and that in Ars Notoria.
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After yu have so done, make prayers to God according to yourworke, as Salomon hath commanded. The formes that Salomon used for anyperticular art is shewed in ye 5th part of this Bookwch is called Artem Novam [Ars Nova] &c.

The Conjuration for to call forth any of the forsaid spirits

I Invocate and conjure you spirit N. & being wth power armedfrom ye supreame Majesty, I throughly [thoroughly] command youby Beralanensis [Beralanensis], Baldachiensis,Paumachiæ & Apologiæ-Sedes andye most powerfull princes Genio Liachidiministers of ye Tartarean seat, Cheefe princes of <of> ye seat of Apologia, in ye NinthRegion; I exorcise & powerfully command you spirit N, in and by him that saidye word, & it was done, and by all ye holy and most gloriousNames of ye most holy and true God, and by these his most holyNames Adonai [Adonay], El, Elohim, Elohe, Zebeoth [Zebaoth], Elion [Elyon],Escerchie ^Eskerie, Jah, Tetragrammaton SadayThat you forthwth appear and shew yrselves here unto me beforethis Circle, in a fair and humane shape, without any deformity or ugly shew andwithout delay, doe ye come, from all parts of ye worldto make & make [sic] rationall answares unto all Things wch I shallask of you; and come yee peacebly, visibly and afably without delay, manifestingwt I desire, being conjured by ye Name [Names] of yeEternall liveing and true God Helioren I conjureyou by ye especiall and true Name of your God that ye oweobediance unto and by ye Name of yr king, wchbeareth rule over you, That forthwith you come without Tarring [tarrying], andfullfill my desires, and command, and persist unto ye End, & accordingto my Intentions and I conjure yu by him ^by whome all Creaturesare obediant [unto] and by this ineffeble name Tetragrammaton Jehovah[Jehova], wch being heard, ye Elements are overthrown;The aire is shaken, The sea runneth back, The fire is quenched, The Earth Tremblethand all ye hosts of Celestialls, Terrestialls [terrestrials] &Infernalls doe Tremble, and are troubled and confounded togather. that [come]you visibly and affebly, speak unto me with a Clear voice Intelligible, andwithout any ambiguity, Therefore come ye in the Name AdonayZebeoth [Zebaoth]; Adonay [Adonay], Amiorent,com com why stay [tarryieth] you? hasten: Adonay Saday, the Kingeof kings commandeth you:
Compare Heptameron:
BERALANENSIS, Baldachiensis, Paumachia, and Apologia Sedes, by themost mighty kings and powers, and the most powerful princes, genii, Liachidæ,ministers of the Tartarean seat, chief prince of the seat of Apologia, in theninth legion, I invoke you, and by invocating, conjure you; and being armedwith power from the supreme Majesty, I strongly command you, by Him whospoke and it was done, and to whom all creatures are obedient; and by thisineffable name, Tetragrammaton Jehovah, which being heard the elementsare overthrown, the air is shaken, the sea runneth back, the fire is quenched,the earth trembles, and all the host of the celestials, and terrestrials, andinfernals do tremble together, and are troubled and confounded: wherefore, forthwithand without delay, do you come from all parts of the world, and makerational answers unto all things I shall ask of you; and come ye peaceably,visibly and affably now, without delay, manifesting what we desire, being conjuredby the name of the living and true God, Helioren, and fulfil our commands,and persist unto the end, and according to our intentions, visibly and affablyspeaking unto us with a clear voice, intelligible, and without any ambiguity.

Say this as often as you please. And if they com not thensay as ffolloweth.

[The Second Conjuration]

I Invocate, conjure and command you spirit N, to appear and shewyrselfe visibly to me, before this Circle, in fair and comlyshape, without any deformity or Tortuosity, by ye Name & inye name Y & U wch Adamheard & spoake, & by the name Joth wchJacob heard from ye angel wrestling with him, andwas delivered from ye hands of Esau his Brother; and by ye nameof God Agla, wch Lot heard and was saved with hisfamily; and by ye name Anaphexaton[114v]wch Aron [Aaron] heard and speak [spake] and becamewise, & by the names Schemes-Amathia which Joshua called uponand ye sun stood still, and by ye name Emanuelwch ye 3 Children Sedrach Mesach [Masach] and Abednego,sung in ye midst of ye fiery furnace, andwere delivered; and by the name Alpha & Omegawhich Daniel named & Destroyed the Bell [Bel] & ye Dragon; &by the name Zebaoth which Moses named & all the Rivers & watersin the land of Ægypt ware turnd into blood & by the name EscerchieOriston, wch Moses named & all the Rivers Brought forth froggs,& they went into ye houses of ye Egyptians, Distroying allthings; & by the name Elion wch Mosescalled upon & there was great haile, such as never was [seen] sencethe Creation of the world to that Day; & by the name Adonaywch Moses named And there came up Locust Thrueout all the land of Egyptand devoured all that the Haill at left; and by the name Hagios,and by the seal [*seat] of Adonay and by Otheos, Iscyros,Athenatos; Paracletus and by these holly and sacred namesAgla, On, Tetragrammaton and by the dreadfull Judgement of god;and by the uncertaine sea of glass: which is before the face of the divine Majesty,who is mighty and most powerful. And by the four beasts before the throne, haveingEyes before and behind, and by the ffire round about the throwne,and by the holly angells of heaven; and by the Mighty Wisdom ofgod, & by the seal of Baldachia, and by this namePrimeumaton which Moses named and the Earth opened and swallowedup Chora, Dathan & Abiram, [I command] That you make true and faithfullanswers, to all my demands, and to performe all my desiers, so farras in office you are capaple [capable] to performe therefore come yepaecable [peaceably], vissible and affable now without delay, to manifestwhat I desire speaking with a perfect and clear voyce, Intelligibleunto my understanding &c.
Compare Heptameron: 'I adjure and call you all forth, by the seat of Adonay, and by Hagios, O Theos, Iscyros, Athanatos; Paracletus, Alpha & Omega, and by these three secret names: Agla, On, Tetragrammaton, that you at once fulfill what I desire.'
if [somehow] they do not come at the rehearsing of these 2 fforegoeingConjurations (but without doubt they [normally] will) say one [on] asffolloweth, it being a constraint.

[The Constraint]

I conjure the [thee] spirit N. by all the mostglorious and Effacius [efficacious] names of the most great andIncomprehensible Lord god of Host [Hosts], that you comest quicklywithout delay ffrom all parts and places of the world:[wherever thou mayest be,] to make rationell answers to my demandsand that visible and affably speakeing with a voiceIntellegible to my understanding as aforesaid, I conjure andconstrain you spirit N., by all aforesaid and by these sevennames by wch wise Salomon bound thee and thy fellowsin a vessel of Brass. Adonay, Prerai Tetragrammaton;Anephexeton [Anaphexeton], Inessenfatall,Pathatumon, & Itemon. That you appeare hear beforethis Circle, to fullfill my will in all things, that shall seemegood unto me and if you be disobedient and refuse to come I willin the power and by the power of the name of yesupream and Everliving god, Who created both you and me andall the whole world in six days and what is contained in itEye-Saray, and by the power[115r]of his name Primeumaton; which commandeth thewhole hoste of heaven, curse you and deprive you, from all youroffice, Joy & place, and binde you in the debth [depth]of ye Bottomless pit There to remaine unto the day ofthe last Judgement, and I will bind you into Eternall fire &into the lake of fire and Brimstone, unless you come forthwith andappeare heere before this Circle to doe my will in all things.Therefore com [thou!] in and by these holly names Adonay,Zebeoth [Zebaoth], Adonay, Amiorem;come yee, Adonay commandeth you.

If you come so farr, and he yet doth not appeare you may be sure heis sent to some other place by his king, and cannot come and if it beso Invocate the king as followeth to send him, But if he doth not comestill, Then you may be sure he is bound in chains in hell: and he isnot in the Custody of his king: So if you have a desier to call himffrom thence, you must rehearse the spirits Chaine &c.

For to Invocate the Kinge say as ffolloweth -

O you great mighty and Powerfull kinge Amaymon, who bearethrule by the power of thy supreame god El over all spirits bothsuperior and Inferiour of the Infernal order in the Dominion ofthe Earth [East], I invocate and command you by the especial and truestname of your god and by god that you worship and obey, and bythe seal of ye Creation, & by the most mighty & powerfullname of god Jehovah Tetragrammaton, who cast you ought [out] of heavenwith all other of the Infernall spirits and by all ye most powerfulland great names of god who created heaven, Earth & hell, and all thingscontained in them, and by their power and vertue, & by ye namePrimeumaton who commandeth the whole host of heaven, that youcause, enforce & compell N. to come unto me hear before thisCircle in a fair & comely forme, without doeing any harme tome or any other Creature, and to answere truely & faithfullto all my Requests, That I may accomplish my will and desiers,in knowing or obtaining any matter or thing wch by office youknow is proper for him to performe or to accomplish, threw [through] thepower of god El who createth and disposeth of all thingsboth celestiall, ayerall [aerial], Terrestiall [terrestrial] and Infernall.

After you have Invocated the king in this manner twise or thriceover, then conjure ye spirit you would have calld forth bythe aforsaid conjurations rehearsing them severall times together,and he will come without doubt if not at ye first or secondtime rehearsing. But if he doth not come, add the spirits Chaine tothe end of ye afforsaid Conjuration and he will be forced tocome even if he be Bound in chains: for the chaines will break of [off]from him and he will be at liberty &c.

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The generall Curse, called the spirits Chaine against all spiritsthat Rebell.

O thou wicked and disobedient spirit, because thou hast rebelledand not obeyed nor regarded my words which I have rehearsed Theybeing all most glorious and Incomprehensible names of ye truegod Maker and creator of you and me and all the world, I bythe power of those names wch no creature is able to resistdoe curse you into the debts [! depths] of ye Bottomless Pitt,There to remaine untill ye day of doom in chaines of fireand Brimstone unquenchable, unless you dost forthwith appear beforethis circle in This Triangle To doe my will;Therefore come paceably [peaceably] and quietly [quickly] in & bythese names -- Adonai [Adonay], Zebaoth,Adonay, Amioram; come come why stay you, Adonaycomandeth you.

When you have read so farr and he doth not come, Then write his nameand seal in [on] virgins parch [parchment] and put it into a blackBox with Brimstone aquafateda [assafoetida] and such things that havea stincking strong smell and bind the Box round with a wire and hangit on ye swords point and hold it over the fire of Charcoles,and say to the fire first [as followeth] (it being placed towardthat quarter the spirit is to come)

[The Conjuration of the fire]

I conjure thee you [O] fire by him that made thee and all other goodcreatures in the world that you Torment Burne and consume thisspirit N. everlastingly. I condem [condemn] thee thou spirit N.into fire everlasting, because thou art disobedient and obeydnot the command, nor kept the precepts of the lord thy god,neither wilt thou appeare to me nor obey me nor my invocations,haveing thereby called you forth, [I] who am the servant of yemost high and Imperiall Lord, god of hosts Jehovah,and dignified and fortified by his Celestiall power andPermission, Neither comest thou to answer to these my Proposallshear made unto you, for wch your averseness andcontempt you are gilty [guilty] of grand disobedience and Rebellion,and therefore I shall excommunicate you and destroy thy nameand seal wch I have hear enclosed in this black Box, and shallburne thee in immortall fire and bury thee in Immortall oblivion,unless thou Immediately comest & appearest visibly, affably,frendly, & curteously hear unto me before this Circle in thisTriangle, in a faire and comly forme and in no wise terrible, hurtfullor frightfull to me or any other creatures whatever upon the faceof the Earth and make rationel Answers to my requests and performeall my desiers in all things that I shall make unto you &c.

If he cometh not yet, say as followeth:

[The curse]

Now o thou spirit N. since thou art still pertonalius [pernicious] anddisobedient and will not appeare unto me to answer to such things as I shouldehave desiered of you or would have been satisfied in &c, I doe inthe name and by the power and dignity of the omnipotent ImmortallLord god of host Jehovah Tetragrammaton, The only creator ofheaven Earth and hell and all that in them is who is the marvelliousdisposser of all things both visible and Invisible Curse youand deprive you from all your offices Joy and place and dobind the [thee] in the debtts [depths] of ye BottomlessPitt, There to remaine untill the day of the last Judgement;I say into the lake of Fire & Brimstone which is prepared forall rebellious disobedient obstinate & pertinacious [pernicious]spirits, let all the[116r]Holy company of heaven curse thee, The , and starrs, the light and allye hoste of heaven Curse thee, I curse thee into the fire unquenchable,& torments unspeakable, and as thy name and seal is containedin this box, chained and bound up and shal be choacked in sulphurous& stincking substance and burnt in this material fire, so I inthe name Jehovah, and by the power anddignity of these three names Tetragrammaton, Anaphexeton,& Primeumaton, cast thee, o thou disobediant spirit N.into that lake of fire which is prepared for thee damned andcursed spirits and there to remain untill the dayof doome and never more to be remembered of before the face of god wchshall come to Judge the quick and the dead and the world by fire.

Here the Exorcist must put the box into the fire and by and byhe will come. But as soone as he is come quickly quench the firethat the Box is in and make a sweet perfume and give him a kindentertainment shewing him the pentacle that is at ye bottomof ye vesture covered with linnen cloath, saying.

[The address unto the spirit upon his coming]

Behold your conclusion if you be disobedient. Behold the Pentacleof Salomon which I have brought heare before thy presence: Beholdthe person of the Exorcist who is called Octinomos, in the midstof the Exorcism, who is armed by god & without fear, who potentlyinvocateth you and called you to appeare, Therefore make rationallanswers to my demands and be obedient to me your master inthe name of ye Lord Bathat rushing uponAbrac Abeor coming upon Aberer.

Compare Heptameron:
Behold your conclusion if you refuse to be obedient;
... and the following, which actually occurs earlier in Heptameron:
Behold the pentacle of Solomon, which I have brought into your presence;behold the person of the exorcist in the middle of the exorcism, who is armedby God, without fear, and well provided, who potently invocateth and callethyou by exorcising; come, therefore, with speed, by the virtue of these names;Aye Saraye, Aye Saraye; defer not to come, by the eternal names of the livingand true God, Eloy, Archima, Rabur, and by the pentacle of Solomon herepresent, which powerfully reigns over you; and by the virtue of the celestialspirits, your lords; and by the person of the exorcist, in the middle of theexorcism: being conjured, make haste and come, and yield obedience to yourmaster, who is called Octinomos.
Then they or he will be obedient and bid you ask what you willfor they are subjected by god to fullfill your desiers and demands,and when they or he are appeared and shewed themselves humbleand meek, Then you are to say [as followeth]:

[The welcome unto the spirit]

Welcom [thou] [spirit N. or] spirits or most noble king or kingsI say you are welcome unto me because I called you through himwho created both heaven & Earth & Hell and all that is containedtherein and you have obeyed allso by the same power that I calledyou forth [by] I binde you that you remaine affably and vissiblyhear before this circle (or before this circle in this,)so constant and so long as I have occasion for you and not todepart without my leasure [licence] untill you have faithfullyand truely performed my will without any fallacity [falsity] &c.
Compare Heptameron:
Welcome spirits, or most noble princes, becauseI have called you through Him to whom every knee doth bow, bothof things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; inwhose hands are all the kingdoms of kings, neither is there any able tocontradict his Majesty. Wherefore, I bind you, that you remain affable and visible before this circle, so long and so constant; neither shall you departwithout my licence, until you have truly and without any fallacy performed my will, by virtue of his power who hath set the sea her bounds, beyondwhich it cannot pass, nor go beyond the law of his providence, viz. of theMost High God, Lord, and King, who hath created all things. Amen.

The licence to depart

O Thou spirit N. Because thou hast very dilligently answered mydemands and was ready and willing to come at my first call I doehear licence thee to depart unto thy proper place without doeingany Injury or danger to any man or beast depart I say andbe ever reddy to come at my call being duly Exorcised and conjuredby ye sacred rites of Magicke. I charge thee to withdraw peaceblyand quiet1y, and the peace of God be ever continued between me and the [thee].Amen.

After you have given the spirit licence [to depart] you are notto go out of ye Circle till they be gone and you have madeprayers unto god ffor the great blessing he hath bestowed uponyou in granting you your desiers and delivering you from themalice of the Enemy the devill.

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Nota [Note] you may command these spirits into the Brazen vessellas you doe into the Triangle saying That you forthwith appeare beforethis Circle in this vessell of Brasse in a faire andcomely shape &c as is shewed before in the forgoing Conjurations &c.


The End of the First Part which is called Goetia


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