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When, therefore, thou shalt wish to acquire the knowledge of Magical Arts and Sciences, it is necessary to have prepared the order of hours and of days, and of the position of the Moon, without the opera- tion of which thou canst effect nothing; but if thou observest them with diligence thou mayest easily and thoroughly arrive at the effect and end which thou desirest to attain.
It is, therefore, advisable to know that the hours of the day and of the night together, are twenty- four in number, and that each hour is governed by one of the Seven Planets in regular order, commencing at the highest and descending to the low- est.
The order of the Planets is as follows: It must, therefore, be understood that the Planets have their dominion over the day which approacheth nearest unto the name which is given and attributed unto them - viz. The rule of the Planets over each hour begins from the dawn at the rising of the Sun on the day which take its name from such Planet, and the Planet which follows it in order, succeeds to the rule over the next hour. Thus on Saturday Saturn rules the first hour, Jupiter the second, Mars the third, the Sun the fourth, Venus the fifth, Mer- cury the sixth, the Moon the seventh, and Saturn returns in the rule over the eighth, and the others in their turn, the Planets always keeping the same relative order.
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Note that each experiment of magical operation should be performed under the Planet, and usually in the hour, which refers to the same. For example: In the Days and Hours of Saturn thou canst perform experiments to summon the Souls from Hades, but only of those who have died a natural death. Similarly on these days and hours thou canst operate to bring either good or bad fortune to buildings; to have familiar Spirits attend thee in sleep; to cause good or ill success to business, pos- sessions, goods, seeds, fruits, and similar things, in order to acquire learning; to bring destruction and to give death, and to sow hatred and discord.
The Days and Hours of Jupiter are proper for obtaining honours, acquiring riches; contracting friendships, preserving health; and arriving at all that thou canst desire. In the Days and Hours of Mars thou canst make experiments regarding war; to arrive at military honour; to acquire courage; to overthrow enemies; and further to cause ruin, slaughter, cruelty, discord; to wound and to give death.
The Days and Hours of the Sun are very good for: Page 13 The Key of Solomon The Days and Hours of Venus are good for forming friendships; for kindness and love; for joyous and pleasant undertakings, and for travelling. The Days and Hours of Mercury are good to operate for eloquence and intelli- gence; promptitude in business; science and divination; wonders; apparitions: Thou canst also operate under this Planet for thefts; writings; deceit; and merchandise.
The Days and Hours of the Moon are good for embassies; voyages; envoys; mes- sages; navigation; reconciliation; love; and the acquisition of merchandise by water. Thou shouldst take care punctually to observe all the instructions contained in this chapter, if thou desirest to succeed, seeing that the truth of Magical Science dependeth thereon. The Hours of Saturn, of Mars, and of the Moon are alike good for communicat- ing and speaking with Spirits; as those of Mercury are for recovering thefts by the means of Spirits.
The Hours of Mars serve for summoning Souls from Hades, especially of those slain in battle. The Hours of the Sun, of Jupiter, and of Venus, are adapted for preparing any operations whatsoever of love, of kindness, and of invisibility, as is hereafter more fully shown, to which must be added other things of a similar nature which are con- tained in our work.
The Hours of Saturn and Mars and also the days on which the Moon is conjunct with them, or when she receives their opposition or quartile aspect, are excellent for making experiments of hatred, enmity, quarrel, and discord; and other operations of the same kind which are given later on in this work. The Hours of Mercury are good for undertaking experiments relating to games, raillery, jests, sports, and the like.
The Hours of the Sun, of Jupiter, and of Venus, particularly on the days which they rule, are good for all extraordinary, uncommon, and unknown operations. The Hours of the Moon are proper for making trial of experiments relating to recovery of stolen property, for obtaining nocturnal visions, for summoning Spirits in sleep, and for preparing anything relating to Water.
The Hours of Venus are furthermore useful for lots, poisons, all things of the nature of Venus, for preparing powders provocative of madness; and the like things. But in order to thoroughly effect the operations of this Art, thou shouldest per- form them not only on the Hours but on the Days of the Planets as well, because then the experiment will always succeed better, provided thou observest the rules laid down later on, for if thou omittest one single condition thou wilt never arrive at the accomplishment of the Art.
For those matters then which appertain unto the Moon, such as the Invocation of Spirit, the Works of Necromancy, and the recovery of stolen property, it is necessary that the Moon should be in a Terrestrial Sign, viz.: Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn. For love, grace, and invisibility, the Moon should be in a Fiery Sign, viz.: Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius. Cancer, Scorpio, or Pisces. For experiments of a peculiar nature, which cannot be classed under any certain head, the Moon should be in an Airy Sign, viz.: Gemini, Libra, or Aquarius.
But if these things seem unto thee difficult to accomplish, it will suffice thee merely to notice the Moon after her combustion, or conjunction with the Sun, espe- cially just when she quits his beams and appeareth visible. For then it is good to make all experiments for the construction and operation of any matter. That is why the time from the New unto the Full Moon is proper for performing any of the experiments of which we have spoken above.
But in her decrease or wane it is good for War, Distur- bance, and Discord. Likewise the period when she is almost deprived of light, is proper for experiments of invisibility, and of Death. But observe inviolably that thou commence nothing while the Moon is in con- junction with the Sun, seeing that this is extremely unfortunate, and that thou wilt then be able to effect nothing; but the Moon quitting his beams and increasing in Light, thou canst perform all that thou desirest, observing nevertheless the directions in this Chapter.
Furthermore, if thou wishest to converse with Spirits it should be especially on the day of Mercury and in his hour, and let the Moon be in an Airy Sign, as well as the Sun.
Retire thou then unto a secret place, where no one may be able to see thee or to hinder thee, before the completion of the experiment, whether thou shouldest wish to work by day or by night.
But if thou shouldest wish to work by night, perfect thy work on the succeeding night; if by day, seeing that the day beginneth with the rising of the Sun perfect thy work on the succeeding day. But the Hour of Inception is the Hour of Mercury.
Verily, since no experiments for converse with Spirits can be done without a Cir- cle being prepared, whatsoever experiments therefore thou wishest to undertake for conversing with Spirits, therein thou must learn to construct a certain particular Cir- cle; that being done surround that Circle with the Circle of Art for better caution and efficacy.
If thou wishest to succeed, it is necessary to make the following Experiments and Arts in the appropriate Days and Hours, with the requisite solemnities and ceremo- nies contained and laid down in the following chapters. Experiments, then, are of two kinds; the first is to make trial of what, as I have said, can be easily performed without a Circle, and in this case it is not necessary to observe anything but what thou wilt find in the proper Chapters. The second can in no way be brought to perfection without the Circle; and in order to accomplish this perfectly it is necessary to take note of all the preparations which the Master of the Art and his Disciples must undertake before constructing the Circle.
Before commencing operations both the Master and his Disciples must abstain with great and thorough continence during the space of nine days from sensual plea- sures and from vain and foolish conversation; as plainly appeareth in the Second Book, Chapter 4. Six of the days having expired, he must recite frequently the Prayer and Confession as will be told him; and on the Seventh Day, the Master being alone, let him enter into a secret place, let him take off his clothes, and bathe himself from head to foot in consecrated and exorcised water, saying devoutly and humbly the prayer, "O Lord Adonai," etc.
The Prayer being finished, let the Master quit the water, and put upon his flesh raiment of white linen clean and unsoiled; and then let him go with his Disciples unto a secret place and command them to strip themselves naked; and they having taken off their clothes, let him take exorcised water and pour it upon their heads so that it flows down to their feet and bathes them completely; and while pouring this water upon them let the Master say: Which being done, the Disciples must clothe themselves, putting upon their flesh, like their Master, raiment of white linen clean and unsoiled; and the three last days the Master and his Disciples should fast, observing the solemnities and prayers marked in Book II.
Note that the three last days should be calm weather, without wind, and without clouds rushing hither and thither over the face of the sky. On the last day let the Mas- ter go with his Disciples unto a secret fountain of running water, or unto a flowing stream, and there let each of them taking off his clothes, wash himself with due solem- nity, as is rehearsed in Book II.
And when they are clean and pure, let each put upon him garments of white linen, pure, and clean, using the prayers and ceremonies described in Book II.
After which let the Master alone say the confession. The which being finished, the Master in sign of penitence will Kiss the Disciples on the forehead, and each of them will Kiss the other. Afterwards let the Master extend his hands over the Disciples, and in sign of absolution, absolve and bless them; which being done he Page l6 Book One will distribute to each of his Disciples the Instruments necessary for Magical Art, which he is to carry into the Circle.
The things necessary being thus disposed, the Master will go with his Disciples unto the assigned place, which they have proposed to construct the Circle for the Magical Arts and experiments; repeating on the way the prayers and orations which thou wilt find in Book II. When the Master shall have arrived at the place appointed, together with his Dis- ciples, he having lighted the flame of the fire, and having exorcised it afresh as is laid down in the Second Book, shall light the Candle and place it in the Lantern, which one of the Disciples is to hold ever in his hand to light the Master at his work.
Now the Master of the Art, every time that he shall have occasion for some particular purpose to speak with the Spirits, must endeavor to form certain Circles which shall differ somewhat, and shall have some particular reference to the particular experiment under consideration.
Now, in order to succeed in forming such a Circle concerning Magical Art, for the greater assurance and efficacy thou shalt construct it in the fol- lowing manner: The Construction Of The Circle.
Take thou the Knife, the Sickle, or the Sword of Magical Art consecrated after the manner and order which we shall deliver unto thee in the Second Book. With this Knife or with the Sickle of Art thou shalt describe, beyond the inner Circle which thou shalt have already formed, a Second Circle, encompassing the other at the distance of one foot therefrom and having the same centre.
Within this space of a foot in breadth between the first and the second circumferential line, thou shalt trace towards the Four Quarters of the Earth, the Sacred and Venerable Symbols of the holy letter Tau. And between the first and the second Circle which thou shalt thyself have drawn with the Instrument of Magical Art, thou shalt make four hexagonal pentacles, and between these thou shalt write four terrible and tremendous Names of God, viz.: Furthermore, thou shalt circumscribe about these Circles two Squares, the Angles of which shall be turned towards the Four Quarters of the Earth; and the space Page 17 The Key of Solomon between the Lines of the Outer and Inner Square shall be half-a-foot.
The extreme Angles of the Outer Square shall be made the Centres of four Circles, the measure or diameter of which shall be one foot.
All these are to be drawn with the Knife or conse- crated Instrument of Art. Between the two Squares the Name Tetragrammaton is to be written in the same way as is shown in the plate. See Figure 2. While constructing the Circle, the Master should recite the following Psalms: Or he may as well recite them before tracing the Circle. The which being finished, and the fumigations being performed, as is described in the chapter on Fumigations in the Second Book, the Master should reassemble his Disciples, encourage them, reassure them, fortify them, and conduct them into the parts of the Circle of Art, where he must place them in the four quarters of the earth, encourage them, and exhort them to fear nothing, and to keep in the places assigned to them.
Also, the Disciple who is placed towards the East should have a pen, ink, paper, silk, and white cotton, all clean and suitable for the work. Furthermore, each of the Companions should have a new Sword drawn in his hand besides the consecrated Magical Sword of Art , and he should keep his hand resting upon the hilt thereof, and he should on no pretext quit the place assigned to him, nor move therefrom.
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After this the Master should quit the Circle, light the fuel in the earthen pots, and place upon them the Censers, in the Four Quarters of the Earth; and he should have in his hand the consecrated taper of wax, and he should light it and place it in a hid- den and secret place prepared for it. Let him after this re-enter and close the Circle.
The Master should afresh exhort his Disciples, and explain to them all that they have to do and to observe; the which commands they should promise and vow to exe- cute. Let the Master then repeat this Prayer: When we enter herein with all humility, let God the Almighty One enter into this Circle, by the entrance of an eternal happiness, of a Divine prosperity, of a perfect joy, of an abundant charity, and of an eternal salutation.
Let all the demons fly from this place, especially those who are opposed unto this work, and let the Angels of Peace assist and protect this Circle, from which let discord and strife fly and depart. After this, let the Master say upon his knees, as follows: Page 18 Book One Prayer. Lord God, All Powerful and All Merciful, Thou who desirest not the death of a sinner, but rather that he may turn from his wickedness and live; give and grant unto us thy grace, by blessing and consecrating this earth and this Circle, which is here marked out with the most powerful and holy Names of God.
Circle for Operations of the Art Page 19 The Key of Solomon Thy law, a good Angel for our Guardian; remove from us every adverse power; pre- serve us from evil and from trouble; grant, O Lord, that we may rest in this place in all safety, through Thee, O Lord, Who livest and reignest unto the Ages of the Ages.
The which Names are to be placed in the front, behind, and on either side of the head. Furthermore, the Master ought to have with him in the Circle, those Pentacles or Medals which are necessary to his purpose, which are described hereinafter, and which should be constructed according to the rules given in the Chapter on Pentacles.
They should be described on virgin paper with a pen; and ink, blood, or colours, pre- pared according to the manner which we shall hereafter show in the Chapters on these subjects. It will be sufficient to take only those Pentacles which are actually required, they should be sewed to the front of the linen robe, on the chest, with the consecrated needle of the Art, and with a thread which has been woven by a young girl. After this, let the Master turn himself towards the Eastern Quarter unless directed to the contrary, or unless he should be wishing to call Spirits which belong to another quarter of the Universe , and pronounce with a loud voice the Conjuration contained in this Chapter.
And if the Spirits be disobedient and do not then make their appearance, he must arise and take the exorcised Knife of Art wherewith he hath constructed the Circle, and raise it towards the sky as if he wished to beat or strike the Air, and conjure the Spirits. Let him then lay his right hand and the Knife upon the Pentacles or Medals, constructed of, and described upon virgin paper, which are fas- tened to or sewn upon his breast, and let him repeat the following Conjuration upon his knees: O Lord, hear my prayer, and let my cry come unto Thee.
O Lord God Almighty, who has reigned before the beginning of the Ages, and Who by Thine Infinite Wis- dom, hast created the heavens, the earth, and the sea, and all that in them is, all that is visible, and all that is invisible by a single word; I praise Thee, I bless Thee, I adore Thee, I glorify Thee, and I pray Thee now at the present time to be merciful unto me, a miserable sinner, for I am the work of Thine hands.
Save me, and direct me by Thy Holy Name, Thou to Whom nothing is difficult, nothing is impossible; and deliver me from the night of mine ignorance, and enable me to go forth therefrom. Enlighten me with a spark of Thine Infinite Wisdom. Take away from my senses the desire of covet - ousness, and the iniquity of mine idle words. Give unto me, Thy servant, a wise understanding, penetrating and subtle heart, to acquire and comprehend all Sciences and Arts; give unto me capacity to hear, and strength of memory to retain them, so that I may be able to accomplish my desires, and understand and learn all difficult and desirable Sciences; and also that I may be able to comprehend the hidden secrets of Page 20 Book One the Holy Writings.
Give me the virtue to conceive them, so that I may be able to bring forth and pronounce my words with patience and humility, for the instruction of oth- ers, as Thou hast ordered me. O God, the Father, All Powerful and All Merciful, who hast created all things, who knowest and conceivest them universally, and to Whom nothing is hidden, nothing is impossible; I entreat Thy Grace for me and for Thy servants, because Thou seest and knowest well that we perform not this work to tempt Thy Strength and Thy Power as if in doubt thereof, hut rather that we may know and understand the truth of all hid- den things.
Grant, O Lord, that we may become responsive unto Thy Grace, so that through it we may have a full confidence in and knowledge of Thee, and that the Spirits may discover themselves here in our presence, and that those which are gentle and peaceable may come unto us, so that they may be obedient unto Thy commands, through Thee, O Most Holy ADONAI, Whose Kingdom is an ever- lasting Kingdom, and whose Empire endureth unto the Ages of the Ages.
After having said all these words devoutly, let the Master arise, and place his hands upon the Pentacles, and let one of the Companions hold the Book open before the Master, who, raising his eyes to heaven, and turning unto the Four Quarters of the Universe, shall say: After this, turning towards the Four Quarters of the Universe, he shall say the fol- lowing words: The which being said and done, thou shalt see them draw near and approach from all parts.
But if they be hindered, detained, or occupied in some way, and so that they cannot come, or if they are unwilling to come, then, the Suffumigations and Censings being performed anew, and the Disciples having anew, by especial order, touched their Swords, and the Master having encouraged his Disciples, he shall reform the Circle with the Knife of Art, and, raising the said Knife towards the Sky, he shall as it were strike the air therewith.
After this he shall lay his hand upon the Penta- cles, and having bent his knees before the Most High, he shall repeat with humility the following Confession; the which his Disciples shall also do, and they shall recite it in a low and humble voice, so that they can scarcely be heard. O Lord of Heaven and of Earth, before Thee do I confess my sins, and lament them, cast down and humbled in thy presence. I detest also the crimes which I have committed by evil thoughts, vain and impure meditations, false suspicions, and rash judgments; by the evil consent which I have readily given unto the advice of the wicked, by lust of impure and sensual pleasures; by my idle words, my lies, and my deceit; by my false vows in various ways; and by my continual slander and calumny.
I detest also the crimes which I have committed within; the treachery and discord which I have incited; my curiosity, greed, false speaking, violence, malediction, mur- murs, blasphemies, vain words, insults, dissimulations; my sins against God by the transgression of the ten commandments, by neglect of my duties and obligations, and by want of love towards God and towards my neighbour.
Furthermore I hate the sins which I have committed in all my senses, by sight, by hearing, by taste, by smell, and by touch, in every way that human weakness can offend the Creator; by my carnal thoughts, deeds, and meditations. Page 22 Book One In which I humbly confess that I have sinned, and recognise myself as being in the sight of God the most criminal of all men.
O ye, Holy Angels, and ye, Children of God, in your presence I publish my sins, so that mine Enemy may have no advantage over me, and may not be able to reproach me at the last day; that he may not be able to say that I have concealed my sins, and that I be not then accused in the presence of the Lord; but, on the contrary, that on my account there may be joy in Heaven, as over the just who have confessed their sins in thy presence.
The Confession having been finished with great humility, and with the inward feeling of the heart, the Master will recite the following prayer: I beseech Thee to defend me from mine Enemies, and to confirm in me true and steadfast faith.
I pray Thee by Thy Mercy not to put me in oblivion, nor to remove me from Thee. O Lord make me a new heart according unto Thy loving Kindness. Be Thou propitious unto me who am but a miserable sinner, and despise me not; save me and succor me, even me the work of Thine hands.
I conjure and entreat thee by Thy Holy Name to banish from my Spirit the darkness of Ignorance, and to enlighten ne with the Fire of thy Wisdom; take away from me all evil desires, and let not my speech be as that of the foolish. Prayer and Conjurations. O Lord God, Holy Father, Almighty and Merciful One, who hast created all things, Who knowest all things and can do all things, from Whom nothing is hidden, to whom nothing is impossible; Thou who knowest that we perform not these ceremo- nies to tempt Thy power, but that we may penetrate into the knowledge of hidden things; we pray Thee by Thy Sacred Mercy to cause and to permit, that we may arrive at this understanding of secret things, of whatever nature they may be by Thine aid, O Most Holy ADONAI, whose Kingdom and Power shall have no end unto the Ages of the Ages.
The Prayer being finished, let the Exorcist lay his hand upon the Pentacles, while one of the Disciples shall hold open before him the Book wherein are written the prayers and conjurations proper for conquering, subduing, and reproving the Spirits.
Then the Master, turning towards each Quarter of the Earth, and raising his eyes to Heaven, shall say: O Lord, be Thou unto me a strong tower of refuge, from the sight and assaults of the Evil Spirits. After which let him turn again towards the Four Quarters of the Earth, and towards each let him utter the following words: Obey then, by the virtue of these Holy Names, and by these Mysteries of Mysteries.
After this he shall see the Spirits come from every side. But in case they are occu- pied in some other place, or that they cannot come, or that they are unwilling to come: The Conjuration. I conjure ye by the most powerful Name of ELOHIM GIBOR, which showeth forth the Strength of God, of a God All Powerful, who punisheth the crimes of the wicked, Who seeketh out and chastiseth the iniquities of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation; which Isaac having invoked, he was found wor- thy to escape from the Sword of Abraham his father.
I conjure ye by the most potent Name of EL. I conjure ye by the most potent Name of SHAD DAI, which signifieth doing good unto all; which Moses invoked, and having struck the Sea, it divided into two parts in the midst, on the right hand and on the left. I conjure ye by the most holy Name of EL CHAI, which is that of the Living God, through the virtue of which alliance with us, and redemption for us have been made; which Moses invoked and all the waters returned to their prior state and enveloped the Egyptians, so that not one of them escaped to carry the news into the Land of Mizraim.
I conjure ye anew, O Spirits, by all the Names of God, and by all His marvellous work; by the heavens; by the earth; by the sea; by the depth of the Abyss, and by that firmament which the very Spirit of God hath moved; by the sun and by the stars; by the waters and by the seas, and all which they contain; by the winds, the whirlwinds, Page 25 The Key of Solomon and the tempests; by the virtue of all herbs, plants, and stones; by all which is in the heavens, upon the earth, and in all the Abysses of the Shades.
I conjure ye anew, and I powerfully urge ye, O Demons, in whatsoever part of the world ye may be, so that ye shall be unable to remain in air, fire, water, earth, or in any part of the universe, or in any pleasant place which may attract ye; but that ye come promptly to accomplish our desire, and all things that we demand from your obedience.
I conjure ye by Him Who hath made the heavens and the earth, and who hath measured those heavens in the hollow of His hand, and enclosed the earth with three of His fingers, Who is seated upon the Kerubim and upon the Seraphim; and by the Kerubim, which is called the Kerub, which God constituted and placed to guard the Tree of Life, armed with a flaming sword, after that Man had been driven out of Paradise.
If they then immediately appear, it is well; if not, let the Master uncover the conse- crated Pentacles which he should have made to constrain and command the Spirits, and which he should wear fastened round his neck, holding the Medals or Pentacles in his left hand, and the consecrated Knife in his right; and encouraging his Compan- ions, he shall say with a loud voice: Here be the Symbols of Secret things, the standards, the ensigns and the banners, of God the Conqueror; and the arms of the Almighty One, to compel the Aerial Potencies.
I command ye absolutely by their power and virtue that ye come near unto us, into our presence, from whatsoever part of the world ye may be in, and that ye delay not to obey us in all things wherein we shall command ye by the virtue of God the Mighty One. Come ye promptly, and delay not to appear, and answer us with humility. If they appear at this time, show them the Pentacles, and receive them with kind- ness, gentleness, and courtesy; reason and speak with them, question them, and ask from them all things which thou hast proposed to demand.
But if, on the contrary, they do not yet make their appearance, holding the conse- crated Knife in the right hand, and the Pentacles being uncovered by the removal of their consecrated covering, strike and beat the air with the Knife as if wishing to com- mence a combat, comfort and exhort thy Companions, and then in a loud and stern voice repeat the following Conjuration: Conjuration Here again I conjure ye and most urgently command ye; I force, constrain, and exhort ye to the utmost, by the most mighty and powerful Name of God EL, strong and wonderful, and by God the Just and Upright, I exorcise ye and command ye that ye in no way delay, but that ye come immediately and upon the instant hither before us, without noise, deformity, or hideousness, but with all manner of gentleness and mildness.
I exorcise ye anew, and powerfully conjure ye, commanding ye with strength and violence by Him Who spake and it was done; and by all these names: Page 27 The Key of Solomon Come ye at once without any hideousness or deformity before us, come ye with- out monstrous appearance, in a gracious form or figure. By these, then, and by all the other Names of God Almighty, Holy, Living, and True, we powerfully command ye, ye who by your own sin have been cast down from the Empyreal Heaven, and from before His Throne; by Him who hath cast ye down unto the most profound of the Abysses of Hell, we command Ye boldly and resolutely; and by that terrible Day of the Sovereign Judgment of God, on which all the dry bones in the earth will arise to hear and listen unto the Word of God with their body, and will present themselves before the face of God Almighty; and by that Last Fire which shall consume all things; by the Crystal Sea which is known unto us, which is before the Face of God: Other- wise, if ye contravene and resist us by your disobedience unto the virtue and power of this Name YIAI, we curse ye even unto the Depth of the Great Abyss, into the which we shall cast, hurl, and bind ye, if ye show yourselves rebellious against the Secret of Secrets, and against the Mystery of Mysteries.
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This Conjuration thou shalt say and perform, turning thyself unto the East, and if they appear not, thou shalt repeat it unto the Spirits, turning unto the South, the West, and the North, in succession, when thou wilt have repeated it four times. And if they appear not even then, thou shalt make the Sign of TAU upon the foreheads of thy companions, and thou shalt say: Behold anew the Symbol and the Name of a Sovereign and Conquering God, through which all the Universe fears, trembles, and shudders, and through the most mysterious words of the Secret Mysteries and by their Virtue, Strength, and Power.
By these Names then, and by all the other Holy Names of God before Whom no man can stand and live, and which Names the armies of the Demons fear, tremble at, and shudder; we conjure ye, we potently exorcise and command ye, conjuring ye in addition by the terrible and tremendous PATHS of God and by His Holy habitation wherein He reigneth and commandeth unto the eternal Ages.
By the virtue of all these aforesaid, we command ye that ye remain not in any place wherein ye are, but to come hither promptly without delay to do that which we shall enjoin ye. All the necessary magical instruments needed to perform the experiments are described in great detail, including how and also the form to make it.
As a curious need, the conjurer must manifest that he is free of any evil action before attempting any of these experiments many of them to cause evil , and invoke the protection of God. There is also lore that certain symbols of Solomon have the ability to trap a demon preferably a possessed man if it walks under or on top of it. Very powerful works of magick contained here.
About Author: The medieval Solomonic grimoires are, in fact, a sub-set of a larger literary genre - the folkloric " receipt-book.
Solomonic grimoires attributed to King Solomon as several others were. The known copies originated in the Middle Ages and later.
Bartimaeus: The Ring of Solomon
The books contains several paragraphs and terms inspired by Talmudic texts and the Jewish Kabbalah teaching. It is possible that the Key of Solomon inspired later works such as the Lemegeton, also called The Lesser Key of Solomon, although there are many differences between both books.
What may have inspired the Lemegeton are the conjurations and rituals of purification, and in a less important way, the clothing and magic symbols.
Several versions of the Key of Solomon exist, in various translations, and with minor or significant differences. Most manuscripts date to the 16th or 17th century, but a prototype in Greek still survives from the 15th century. The Solomonic mystics were unique because they were among the first humans in history to have access to the technology of paper and bound books.
Since ancient times no one has surpassed the White light Magical wisdom of the great King Solomon, but the demons after his passing away taking their full revenge, added the black magical practices of blood and other negative information pertaining to Black Magic false fully in his name upon this Earth through corrupted and Willfully altered magical notes, adding such practices of witchcraft which belonged to much later Black Magic of Greek and Roman Times.
Already it has existed for ages, which were before us. There is no remembrance of earlier things; and also of the later things which will occur. There will be for them no remembrance among those who will come later still. He has also set eternity in their heart, yet so that man will not find out the work which God has done from the beginning even to the end.
Not only they destroyed his records from the holy book, but they also impulsed the demonic forces of the Egyptian pharaoh, the so called god kings who were mostly involved in black magic, to attack the great cities built by king Solomon and completely destroy them so that they can take their revenge, and in this way they in vainly tried their level best to wipe out his name from the recorded history of this world.
These 5 shapes were later known as the platonic solids named after famous philosopher Plato. These five platonic shapes are known as  Tetrahedron,  Cube,  Octahedron,  Dodecahedron and  Icosahedron, which are related to the 5 differentiated cosmic planes as well as solar Universe planes of conscious existence.
The wise king Solomon related these five geometrical shapes to the 5 planetary spirit consciousness. Each of these energy shapes were composed of differentiated live elemental essences, and the various line edges of these geometrical shapes defined the energy channels through which the vital ethereal consciousness moved about thus keeping the sub atomic live elemental essences secured in their geometrical energy shape parameters to consciously or unconsciously exist in their differentiated planes of existence.
A magical square technically represents the conscious creative energies of the geometrical shape of a cube, which corresponds to the 3rd solar plane, which is the plane of creative activities. The great King Solomon was also aware of this universal fact that the evolving invisible angelic beings are basically hermaphrodite in nature, who are having their evolution upon this earth for their own conscious expansion parallel to the conscious expansion evolution of the evolving human beings.
Who on the contrary to the human beings, can see and visualize the tonal sounds, and hear the pictures having symbols and sketched geometries. Based upon his findings, the great king Solomon gave most importance to the etched magical squares, which defined the mathematics and geometries of the Infinite universe as well as made these invisible entities and beings of the differentiated ethereal planes to continuously hear their occult meanings and desired values.
Therefore every one who hears these words of Mine, and acts upon them may be compared to a wise man, who built his house upon the rock. And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and burst against that house; and yet it did not fall, for it had been founded upon the rock. But whoever shall deny Me before men, I will also deny him, before My Father, who is in heaven.
He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of me; and he who loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. Shall I kill them? Now the bands of the Moabites would invade the land in the spring of the year.
And as they were burying a man, behold they saw a marauding band of the Moabites; and they cast the man into the grave of Elisha. And when the man touched the bones of Elisha he revived and stood up on his feet [2 Kings Thou shalt then write upon a small strip of the skin of a frog or toad which thou shalt have killed, the following words and characters. For headings, the choice is Faustus.
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While constructing the Circle, the Master should recite the following Psalms: When thou shalt wish to practice these experiments with regard to any person, thou shalt observe the day and the hour as we have already said. The versicle is taken fromEzekiel i. Figures 11 and Bibliothque de l'Arsenal, now incorporated into Bibliothque de Nationale. Since our community serves a broad range of ages, we do not encourage content that could make a majority of our users uncomfortable.