The Key Of Solomon The King

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Translated and Edited from Manuscripts in the British Museum by S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers. One of the most famous of all magical textbooks. The Key of Solomon the King, was translated by S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers, who was a well known 19th century magician and head of the Order of the Golden Dawn. The ancient manuscripts were found in the British Museum and are believed to be the actual words and instructions of King Solomon himself. In these texts he instructs his followers on how to summon and master ...
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Translated and Edited from Manuscripts in the British Museum by S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers. One of the most famous of all magical textbooks. The Key of Solomon the King, was translated by S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers, who was a well known 19th century magician and head of the Order of the Golden Dawn. The ancient manuscripts were found in the British Museum and are believed to be the actual words and instructions of King Solomon himself. In these texts he instructs his followers on how to summon and master spiritual powers, including how to obtain answers to problems from the spirit world. A section called "Solomon, the Wise Man" details nothing of his magic, but shares many stories of Solomon's great wisdom. This same kind of wisdom is an important prerequisite to engaging in this magical work. The work hare can be very powerful. The processes involved show the complexity in which European ritual magic was performed. This book also explains how the choice of time and place, preparation procedures, incaptations, fasting, robes, fumigations, and various trappings play an integral part in the annals of magic. Other topics include days, hours, and virtues of the planets, prayers and conjurations, medals and pentacles, invisibility, magic carpets, and more.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781450563123
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/28/2010
  • Pages: 132
  • Sales rank: 706,882
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2004

    im a big book collector and this has to be one of my most powerful books yet

    it gives you knowleded and understanding of you and your enviorment it let you see the unceen and get visons this book is not to be played around with so do not say the congerations inside your house go in your back yard and say then. Jah the most hight ever living ever shore

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2015

    Mascon

    C.) A noble is a smaller leader given a high position of power by a higher leader, thus the GROUP is an aristocracy. An aristocracy is what you would call the group of people. It is an oligarchy, I am aware of this. So was Sparta. You know, the nation that sent children into war for them and only won the Peloponnesean War because they barricaded Athens' walls, and basically accomplished nothing but waste 27 years of their lives to obtain a diseased, rotting Athens. <p>
    D.) We are Camp ATHENS. Athens was a democracy. Also, Athens was the most successful city-state in all of ancient Greece. They had the most money, the best government, hell, the first Renaissance in global history took place in Athens. So yes, once again, I DO know what I'm talking about. <p>
    E.) "There's nothing but drama and se<_>x late at night, so naturally, we must combine all the camps." Where is the logic in that statement? <p>
    F.) I'm on here later than you, and I've seen no se<_>x or serious drama late at night at Camp Athens.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2015

    §єЂ 拂 ~ Mascon

    The Government now ~<br>
    Lets start with the fact that you called it an 'Aristocracy'. Obviously you have no idea what that is either. Let me give you the deffinition to that one too. Aristocracy ~ "the form of government in which power is held by the nobility." Nobility? What the heII are you on? Did l not take a vote? Did l not let anyone become a part of the council? Am l missing something? 'Cause last l checked there's no nobility in ANY of the demigod camps. None. So stop throwing words out there. Your grasping at straws is what your doing. You know what this is? This is an Oligarchy. You know it's funny, you said and l quote "Greece is supposed to be a democracy." No it wasn't. Greece was a cluster of city states, each having it's own ruler. Not a democracy. That's what the camps were. City-States. I decided to unite them, just as was done in ancient times. And it will thrive like it did before. My government system you say gives too much power the the head ruler. That's not true. First off, An Empire has to have a ruler, or it dsn't get anywhere. Nothing gets done. But l didn't like the idea of someone having so much power, so l made the six councelors. That way things get done quick by the head, but if he starts to get overpowering, he can be ruled out by the council. You also said "why fix something that isn't broken?" Obviously you don't rp enough. During the late night, it's all drama and se<_>x in te camp. Same wit during the morning till about noon. Then it becomes a confused spatter of random talking, fu<_>cking, and drama. You get on at night (my time) when all that has gone away and it's balenced. You have no idea. You also made the same point wit the leaders rotating. You know why l did that? So nobody gets too much power. Ryan, Rain, you, and others are right when they say that too much power is bad (hypocritical of Ryan l'd say), so l used that idea to create a leadership where they get one month, or more if voted back into office, that keeps the camps from a monarchy as they were before.<p>
    You claimed that l waited until you were gone to do all of this, funny when l didn't even know you were gone. In fact l thought you would APROVE of the idea. Lets say l did know you were gone, ask yourself, if l wanted this doe while you were gone, why did l wait until you showed up to put it into action? Wierd isn't it. I waited all day for you to show up, waited until night when you usually show up, and you did show up. I never even knew you left. So quit accusing me of that. Yo also claim you weren't mad yesterday. I know you enough to know when your angry. In fact you weren't just mad. You were livid. You admediatly threw my idea in my face. Didn't even try negotiating with me. Maybe we could have found a better ruling way. Maye if you hadn't thrown a fit about losing your power.<p>
    More at the next res (after the magazine)

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