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The Grimoire Of Armadel __EXCLUSIVE__

York Beach, ME: Samuel Weiser Inc., 1995. First Edition Thus. Hardcover, Small Quarto, 80pp. Original dark gray cloth, silver title, etc. to spine, silver talisman on front board, b/w illustrations. The first edition with the William Keith Introduction - of The Grimoire of Armadel, one of the most infamous of the magical 'how to' books or grimoires. The book is supposedly derived from the mediaeval black magic text known as the Grimorium Verum, but more likely a seventeenth century work (or at least a seventeenth century reworking of an earlier text). The translator, S. L . MacGregor Mathers was of course one of the founders of the magical Order, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Mathers had apparently completed his translation of this work in the late 1890s, but circumstances conspired against its publication, and although it circulated in manuscript amongst the members of the Rosicrucian Order of the Alpha et Omega (the group of Golden Dawn members who remained loyal to Mathers following the split within that order) it remained unpublished until 1980. Appears unused - thus a clean Fine copy in near Fine dust jacket. Item #44768 ISBN: 0877288399

The Grimoire of Armadel

The Grimoire of Armadel (original title: Liber Armadel seu totius cabalae perfectissima brevissima et infallabilis scientia tam speculativa quam practiqua) is a minor 17th-century French Christian grimoire kept in the Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal. It was translated into English by S.L. MacGregor Mathers,[1] and first published in 1980 after his death.[2] 041b061a72


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