GRIMORIO DEL REY SALOMON PDF
La Clave de Salomón (en latín: Clavícula Salomonis, Pequeña llave de Salomón; en hebreo: Mafteaḥ Shelomoh [מפתח שלמה]) es un grimorio atribuido al Rey. Esta antigua recopilación de textos es un antiguo grimorio que ofrece al lector el El rey Salomón poseía un conocimiento inspirado en las. EL GRAN GRIMORIO DEL PAPA HONORIO, LAS CLAVICULAS DEL REY SALOMON. 2 likes. Book.
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The Key of Solomon Latin: Clavicula SalomonisHebrew: It probably dates back to the 14th- or 15th-century Italian Renaissance. It presents a sqlomon example of Renaissance magic. It is possible that the Key of Solomon inspired later works, particularly the 17th-century grimoire also known as Clavicula Salomonis RegisLesser Key of Rry or Lemegetonalthough there are many differences between the books.
Many such grimoires attributed to King Solomon were written during the Renaissance, ultimately being influenced by earlier works of Jewish kabbalists and Arab alchemists.
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These, in turn, incorporated aspects of the Greco-Roman magic of Late Antiquity. Several versions of the Key of Solomon exist, in various translations, with minor to significant differences. The archetype was probably a Latin or Italian text dating to the 14th or 15th century.
There is also an early Greek manuscript dating to the 15th century Harleian MS. Its contents are very similar to the Clavicula. An early Latin text survives in printed form, dated to ca.
There are a number of later 17th century Latin manuscripts. One of the oldest existing manuscripts besides Harleian is a text in English translation, entitled The Clavicle of Solomon, revealed by Ptolomy the Grecian and dated to Sloane sa,omon There are a number of French manuscripts, all dated to the 18th century, with the exception of one dated to P, ed.
Rry BL manuscript was dated to the 16th century by its first editor Greenupbut is now thought to be somewhat younger, dating to the 17th or 18th century.
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Gollancz was published by his son Hermann Gollancz inwho also published a facsimile edition in The Hebrew text is not considered the original. It is rather a late Jewish adaptation of a Latin or Italian Clavicula text.
An edition of the Latin manuscripts of the British Library was published by S. MacGregor Mathers in The Key of Solomon is divided into two books.
It describes not the appearance or work of any spirit but only the necessary drawings to prepare each “experiment” or, in more modern language, magical operations. Unlike later grimoires such as the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum 16th century or the Lemegeton 17th centurythe Key of Solomon does not mention the signature of the 72 spirits constrained by King Solomon in a bronze vessel.
As in most medieval grimoires, all magical operations are ostensibly performed through the power of Godto whom all the invocations are addressed. Before any of these operations termed “experiments” are performed, the operator must confess his sins and purge himself of evilinvoking the protection of God.
Elaborate preparations are necessary, and each of the numerous items used in the operator’s “experiments” must be constructed of the appropriate materials obtained in the prescribed manner, at the appropriate astrological time, marked with a specific set of magical symbols, and blessed with its own specific words.
All substances needed for the magic drawings and amulets are detailed, as well as the means to purify and prepare them.
Many of the symbols incorporate the Transitus Fluvii occult alphabet.
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According to the mythical history of the document, as recorded in its introduction, Solomon wrote the book for his son Rehoboamand commanded him to hide the book in his sepulchre upon his death. After many years the book was discovered by a group of Babylonian philosophers repairing Solomon’s tomb.
The Angel of the Lord appeared to him and extracted a promise that he would keep the text hidden from salo,on unworthy and the wicked, after which he was able to read it plainly. Book I contains conjurationsinvocations and curses to summon and constrain spirits of the dead and demons in order to compel them to do the operator’s will.
It also describes how to find stolen items, become invisible, gain favour and love, and so on. Book II describes various purifications which the operator termed “exorcist” should undergo, how they should clothe themselves, how the magical implements used in their operations should be constructed, and what animal sacrifices should be made to the spirits.
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