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Old 25-10-2015, 10:51 PM   #216
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The Grimoire of Pope Honorius, or Le Grimoire du Pape Honorius, is an 18th to 19th century grimoire, claiming to be written by Pope Honorius III.. It is unique among grimoires in that it was specifically designed to be used by a priest, and some of the instructions include saying a Mass.. While its name is derived from the 13th century Grimoire of Honorius, its content is closer to later grimories like the Key of Solomon and Grimorium Verum...

The seal-making device..

Is also referred to as the seal matrix or die; the imprint it creates as the seal impression (or, more rarely, the sealing)..The Sworn Book of Honorius, or Liber Juratus is a medieval grimoire purportedly written by Honorius of Thebes..It is supposedly the product of a conference of magicians who decided to condense all their knowledge into one volume.. In 93 chapters..The book can be classified as a "Solomonic Grimoire" due to its heavy use of angelic powers and seals like those found in The Greater Key of Solomon...

Its date of composition is uncertain, but it is mentioned as Liber Sacer in the 13th century, apparently asserting a high medieval date.. Johannes Hartlieb (1456) mentions it as one of the books used in necromancy..In this text called the Grimoire of Honorius, he discusses the value of occult knowledge in the Church, and how by summoning or raising demonic entities, one could learn to control them. He uses his faith in God and mixes with it the teachings of King Solomon; it contains invocations of demonic entities for every day of the week.. He talked about Father Delaney needing to fast for a certain amount of time and the sacrifice of animals in order to help with the binding of evil spirits..

The Grimorium Verum (Latin for True Grimoire) is an 18th-century grimoire attributed to one "Alibeck the Egyptian" of Memphis, who purportedly wrote in 1517.. Like many grimoires, it claims a tradition originating with King Solomon..Robert Fludd, also known as Robertus de Fluctibus (17 January 1574 – 8 September 1637) is best known for his compilations in occult philosophy Father Ryan... things are incredibly rare, and each a power in itself through association with past mysteries..Wonderful copies,' the Duke murmured, with all the enthusiasm of a bibliophile..'The Clavicule of Solomon and The Grimoire of Pope Honorius..They are not the muddled recast versions of the se7enteenth century either, but far, far older..This Clavicule on cork may be of almost any age, and is to the Black Art what the Codex Sinaiticus and such early versions are to Christianity'...

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