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- Mathers, S.L.MacGregor (ed. & transl.)
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- The Key of Solomon the King (Clavicula Salomonis)
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Preface; Preliminary discourse from Lansdowne MSS. 1203; Introduction from Lansdowne MSS. 1203; Note by editor; The Key of Solomon: Book I: 1. Concerning the divine love which ought to precede the acquisition of this knowledge; 2. Of the days, and hours, and of the virtues of the planets; 3. Concerning the arts; 4. The confession to be made by the exorcist; 5. Prayers and conjurations; 6. Stronger and more potent conjuration; 7. An extremely powerful conjuration; 8. Concerning the medals or pentacles, and the manner of constructing them; 9. Of the experiment concerning things stolen, and how it should be performed; 10. Of the experiment of invisibility, and how it should be performed; 11. To hinder a sportsman from killing any game; 12. How to make the magic garters; 13. How to make the magic carpet proper for interrogating the intelligences, so as to obtain an answer regarding whatsoever matter one may wish to learn; 14. How to render thyself master of a treasure possessed by the spiritis; 15. Of the experiment of seeking favour and love; 16. How operations of mockery, invisibility, and deceit should be prepared; 17. How extraordinary experiments and operations should be prepared; 18. Concerning the holy pentacles or medals; Book II: Prefatory note; 1. At what hour after the preparation of all things necessary, we should bring the exercise of the art to perfection; 2. In what manner the master of the art should keep, rule, and govern himself; 3. How the companions of disciples of the Master of the Art ought to regulate and govern themselves; 4. Concerning the fasting, care, and things to be observed; 5. Concerning the baths, and how they are to be arranged; 6. Of the garments and shoes of the art; 7. Of places wherein we may conveniently execute the experiments and operations of the art; 8. Of the knife, sickle, poniard, dagger, lance, wand, staff, and other instruments of magical art; 9. Of the formation of the circle; 10. Concerning incense, suffumigations, perfumes, odours, and similar things which are used in magical arts; 11. Of the water, and of the hyssop; 12. Of the light, and of the fire; 13. Concerning the precepts of the art; 14. Of the pen, ink, and colours; 15. Of the pen of the swallow and of the crow; 16. Of the blood of the bat, pigeon, and other animals; 17. Of virgin parchment, or virgin paper, and how it should be prepared; 18. Of wax and virgin earth; 19. Concerning the needle and other iron instruments; 20. Concerning the silken cloth; 21. Concerning characters, and the consecration of the magical book; 22. Concerning sacrifices to the spirits, and how they should be made; Ancient fragment of the Key of Solomon, translated from the Hebrew by Eliphaz Lvi, and given in his 'Philosophie Occulte' serie II, page 136; The Qabalistical invocation of Solomon. Given by Eliphaz Lvi in 'Rituel de la Haute Magie', chapter xiii.