Magick, Grimoires, Hermetics, Alchemy
Posted by lahar9jhadav on March 11, 2007
Grimoire of Turiel
Turiel, Tûrêl (Aramaic: טויאלר, Greek: Τονριήλ) in later translations was the 18th Watcher of the 20 leaders of the 200 fallen angels that are mentioned in an ancient work called the Book of Enoch. The name is believed to originate from tuwr, el (God) meaning “rock of God”. The translation taken from Michael Knibbs work on the Ethiopic Book of Enoch is “Mountain of God” or “Rock of God”.
There is a magical grimoire called “The Secret Grimoire of Turiel” in which the magician is given instructions on how to contact Turiel. It was believed to have been written in about 1518, but may have been copied from something older. It came to light in 1927 after being sold to Marius Malchus in Spain by a defrocked priest and was then translated into English from the original.
(‘THE TRUE GRIMOIRE’)
“Or the most approved Keys of Solomon the Hebrew Rabbin, wherein the most hidden secrets, both natural and supernatural, are immediately exhibited; but it is necessary that the demons should be contented on their part.
Translated from the Hebrew by Plaingière, a Dominican Jesuit, with a collection of curious secrets.
Published by Alibeck the Egyptian. 1517.”
The Sword of Moses
Anonymous, 1st-4th century CE, tr. Moses Gaster, PhD.
An ancient Hebrew/Aramaic book of magic The “Sword” is a long list of divine and angelic Names, which the author states was transmitted to Moses, “…by which every wish is fulfilled and every secret revealed, and every miracle, marvel, and prodigy are performed…” Part 1 is an introduction, part 2 is the Sword, and part 3 details how to use segments of the Sword to acheive certain effects (healing, divination, defeat of enemies, etc.)
The Hermetic Arcanum
The secret work of the hermetic philosophy Wherein the secrets of nature and art concerning the matter of the philosophers’ stone and the manner of working are explained in an authentic and orderly manner.
The work of an anonymous author.
THE PHILOSOPHERS STONE
The Corpus Hermeticum
The Corpus Hermeticum are the core documents of the Hermetic tradition.
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