Orysons to be sayde, when you conjure. Lord Jesus Christ, the loving son of God, which dost illuminate the hearts of all men in the world, lighten the darkness of my heart, and kindle the fire of thy most holy love in me. Give me true faith, perfect charity, and virtue, whereby I may learn to fear and love thee and keep thy commandments in all things; that when the last day shall come, the angel of god may peaceably take me, and deliver me from the power of the devil, that I may enjoy everlasting rest amidst the company of the holy saints, and sit on thy right. A Confession to be sayde before thou worke.
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Orysons to be sayde, when you conjure. Lord Jesus Christ, the loving son of God, which dost illuminate the hearts of all men in the world, lighten the darkness of my heart, and kindle the fire of thy most holy love in me. Give me true faith, perfect charity, and virtue, whereby I may learn to fear and love thee and keep thy commandments in all things; that when the last day shall come, the angel of god may peaceably take me, and deliver me from the power of the devil, that I may enjoy everlasting rest amidst the company of the holy saints, and sit on thy right.
A Confession to be sayde before thou worke. I confess to thee, Lord God, the Father of Heaven and Earth, and to the good and most benign Jesus Christ together with the Holy Ghost, before thy holy angels, and before the true majesty of thy cross, that I was conceived in sin, and from my baptism continued therein.
Therefore I pray you all the saints, in whose sight all these things I have confessed, that you witness with me in the day of judgment, against the devil, and so I being clean and confessed of all my sins, let me appear before thee O Most High righteous, and grant thy grace to me by thine ineffable clemency, that I may see and know all the spirits which I would have, and accomplish my will and desire.
Lord God almighty father which didst make all things, which knowest all things, for nothing is hid nor impossible to thee, give me grace to know and understand the virtue of all prenities?
Grant me also that the secret of the secrets of all the spirits may be opened before me, gently obeying me, and my commandments, through the most holy Adonay, whose kingdom endureth forever. When these ar done lett the coniurer aryse, and putt bothe his hands layde after the fassion of A cross, vppon the pentacle, and let one of his companions allwaies holde te book openn, before hym; and lett hym loke into the Ayer, into the 4.
When these are done, let the conjurer arise, and put both his hands laid after the fashion of a cross, upon the pentacle, and let one of his companions always hold the book open before him; and let him look into the air, into the four parts of the world: afterwards looking upon the book, let him say as followeth: Lord my god, be thou to me A tower of defence against the face of all euyll spyrytts; Lord my God, be thou to me a tower of defense against the face of all evil spirits.
Afterwards lett hym turne hym selfe, first to the East, next into the Southe, then into the Weaste, and North, and in euery parte saye; Afterwards, let him turn himself first to the East, next into the South, then into the West, and North, and in every part say: Beholde the signes and names of that conquerer, by whome you arr dayly feared, and feare, obey me therfore by thes most secretts of all other.
Behold the signs and names of that conquerer, by whom you are daily feared, and fear, obey me therefore by these most secrets of all other. Straight way after lett hym beginn to coniure, those spyritts, as that Arte doth commaunde, wch then he hath in hande, wch done they wyll appeare quickly, yf not then call them as followeth [6v] and knowe that yf they weare bound in yron, they wyll come, or sende A messynger.
Straight way after, let him begin to conjure those spirits, as that art doth command, which then he hath in hand, which done they will appear quickly. If not, then call them as followeth and know that if they were bound in iron they wyll come, or send a messenger. I Coniure you sutch Spyritts naming them, by the father, the sonn, and the holy ghoste, and by hym wch shall comme to iudge the worlde both the quicke and deade, by fyer; and by the natyvyte and Baptisme by the deathe and rysinge agayne of Christe, by the comminge of the holy ghoste or comforter, by holy Mary, the mother of or lord Jhesus Christe, by hyr vyrgynnitye, by the 7 giftes of the holy ghoste, by ye natiuyty of St John Baptiste; I conjure you such Spirits naming them , by the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, and by him which shall come to judge the world, both the quick and dead, by fire; and by the nativity and baptism, by the death and rising again of Christ, by the coming of the Holy Ghost our comforter, by holy Mary, the mother of our Lord Jesus Christ, by her virginity, by the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost, by the nativity of Saint John the Baptist.
I coniure you by the 20 Seniors, by the 9 orders and degrees of Angells, Archangells, Thrones, dominacions, principates, potestates, cherubyn and Seraphyn, by all the vertues of the heauens, by the 4 beastes of god hauinge eies both behynd and before, And by the 12 Apostles; I conjure you by the twenty Seniors, by the nine orders and degrees of angels, archangels, thrones, dominations, principates, potestates, cherubin, and seraphin, by all the virtues of the heavens, by the four beasts of God having eyes both behind and before, and by the twelve Apostles.
I coniure you also by all Martyrs St Stephenn, and all the reste, by all confessors, as St Siluester, and all the reste, By all holy hermytes, Abbotts, Mounkes, and by all the holy prophetts, by all holy vyrgines and wyddowes, and by all Sayntes whose solempnyty is celebrated before the seight of Christe, thorough out all the worlde, by whose desentes and praiers, the dyuine maiesty, be our aydes, and helpe in all or workes, and by all thinges wch agree together in kynde; I conjure you also by all martyrs, Saint Stephen and all the rest, by all confessors, as Saint Silvester and all the rest, by all holy hermits, abbots, monks, and by all the holy prophets, by all holy virgins and widows, and by all saints whose solemnity is celebrated before the sight of Christ throughout all the world; by whose desents and prayers the divine majesty, be our aids and help in all our works, and by all thinges which agree together in kind.
I coniure you by god, that was borne of the vyrgynn Mary, wch suffered of the Jewes, wch was hanged on the crosse; wch was deade, and buryed, wch shall come agayne to iudge both the quicke and the deade, by fyer: I conjure you by God, that was born of the virgin Mary, which suffered of the Jews, which was hanged on the cross; which was dead and buried, which shall come again to judge both the quick and the dead, by fire.
And by the and 44 company of martyrs, wch speakynge to the worlde, suffered most greuous Martyrdome. And by the Holy Ghost the Comforter, which did proceed from the Father and the Son, in likeness of a dove when Christ was baptized in the flood of Jordan, and came upon him and his Apostles, the Gospel of God with divers tongues, and by the three God-heads, and the unity to be worshipped, and by the company of those saints which cease neither day nor night, but still cry with a loud voice, saying: holy, holy, holy, art thou Lord God of Sabaoth, Heaven and Earth, are full of the majesty of thy glory; Hosannah, in the highest; Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord: Hosannah in the highest.
And by the and 44 company of martyrs, which speaking to the world, suffered most grevious martyrdom. I coniure you Spyritts by the thonder shyninge of fyer, and lyghtninge of god etc. I coniure you spirits by the thunder shining of fire, and lightning of God etc. I conjure you spirits in what place of the world soever ye be, by the annunciation of Christ, by the baptism of Christ, by the circumcision of Christ, by the transfiguration of Christ upon the mount Tabor, by the cross of Christ, by the passion of Christ, by the cry of Christ, and by his voice, saying: hely, hely, Lamazabathany: by the death of Christ, by his hands which were pierced through with naile; by his wounds and blood; by the body of Christ, by the sepulcher of Christ, and by the bread which he brake and gave to his disciples saying: "This is my body of the New Testament, which shall be shed for man in forgiveness of sins:"; and by his glorious ascension, and by all wonderful works of God.
I coniure you Spyrytts, by the vertues of all hearbes, stones, and grasse, and by all thinges wch mekely obay the commaundement of god: Also, I coniure you Spyrytts by thes ineffable names of god; Asahac, Radrematas, Fallcas? I conjure you spirits, by the virtues of all herbs, stones, and grass, and by all things which meekly obey the commandment of God: Also, I conjure you spirits by these ineffable names of God; Asahac, Radrematas, Fallcas?
I coniure you spyritts, in what place of the worlde, soeuer you bee, that you tarry noe longer in the Ayer, nor in the earthe, nor any other place, but that you appeare here ymmediatly before vs, to doe our wyll and pleasure, And I commaund you that straight waye, you come before vs, to fulfill that whatsoeuer we shall commaunde you. I conjure you spirits, in what place of the world, soever you be, that you tarry no longer in the air, nor in the earth, nor any other place, but that you appear here immediately before us, to do our will and pleasure.
And I command you that straight way you come before us, to fulfill that whatsoever we shall commande you. This done they wyll come doutles, but yf perchaunce they do not, let the Mr lighten his voyce and say: This done they will come doubtless, but if perchance they do not, let the master lighten [i. Come therefore here before us, whersoever you be, and see these most secret of all secrets. Come and receive the pleasant smell of sweet odours, and gently to make us answer.
I conjure you, and command you by the wonderful Berlayne, holy great and just, that you tarry not, but come without any noise, and without any deformity.
Also, I command you by this book, and by all the powers thereof, that you come to us, not deformed but in a very fair shape. We conjure you with power, by the names Yr, and Vr, which Adam heard and spake; or by the name Gyn, which Noah heard and spoke, with theight? And by the name Y, et N, et X, which Abraham heard, and knew Almighty God; And by the name Joth, which Jacob heard of the angel speaking with him, and was delivered from the hands of his brother Esau; And by the name, hely, Ane, heye, which Moses heard in the hill of God, horeb: and obtained to speak with God, and hear God Himself speak in a flame of fire; And by the name Elaye which Moses named, and all the dust of the Earth was stricken, and gnats were made amongst the men, the oxen, and cattle of the Egyptians, which did destroy them and their corn; and by the name Arphicerie which Moses named, and sent all kinds of flies into Egypt, to destroy there fruit; and in the name, Phaicon, which Moses named, and there was made darkeness three days and three nights in Egypt and all were almost dead for fear; and by the name Arymon, and in the name Arymon, which Moses named at midnight, and all the first born in Egypt died.
And by the name Gemaron, and in the name Gemaron, which Moses named and the Red Sea was divided, and he delivered the children of Israel out of captivity. And by the name Symagogion, which Elias named, and the Heaven did give rain, and the Earth brought forth fruit.
And by the name Athanatos, which Jeremiah named before the captivity of Jerusalem. And by the name Emanuel, which the three children Sidrac, Midrac, and Abednago sung in the hot oven of fire, and were not hurt. By these names and by all other names of the almighty, only, and true God, by whom you were thrown down out of the high throne into the place of banishment; we conjure you, and command you, by him which speaketh and it is done; to whom all creatures do obey.
And by the Angelic potestates of heaven, and by the great providence of Almighty God, and by the seal of Kinge Solomon, which he received of that Almighty. Come therefore presently before us, to fulfill our desire. I coniure you by that most holy name Joth, Hebay, wch ar wryttenn in hebrewe letters, and by the holy name, Prymeunaton, wch Moyses named, and the bottome of hell swallowed upp, Tathon, and Abyran; vnles you doe as we commaunde you, we curse you by the vertue of that same name Premeunaton, euen into the bottome of hell, and we will send you to yt farthyst parte therof, yf you wyll rebell against us; and [8r] wthstand these our holy words.
So be yt, so be yt, so be yt, Amen. I conjure you by that most holy name Joth, Hebay, which is written in Hebrew letters, and by the holy name, Primeumaton, which Moses named, and the bottom of Hell swallowed up, Tathon, and Abyran; unless you do as we command you, we curse you by the virtue of that same name Primeumaton, even into the bottom of Hell, and we will send you to that farthest part thereof, if you will rebel against us and withstand these our holy words.
So be it, so be it, so be it, Amen. Again I conjure you, you spirits, in what place soever you be, that you come to see the consecrated signs and names of the most mighty Triumpher, and we charge you by his unity to obey us. And by him we will compel you, against your will, for all things be true, which have proceeded out of this work.
And there shall proceed fire which shall burn you continually. And they be the words by the which all the world doth tremble, stones are rolled back, the water doth not flow, nor the fire burn. Than yf they weare tyed wth chaynes of yron, they wyll streight waies come, or ells sende there messyngers; yf they doe not, then lett the Mr aryse stronglye, and comfort hys fellowes, and turninge him selfe into the 4.
Then if they were tied with chains of iron, they will straight ways come, or else send their messengers. If they do not, then let the master arise strongly and comfort his fellows, and turning himself to the four parts of the world, let him beat the air.
Afterwards, let him kneel towards the East, and his fellows with him, and say with an humble voice: Where bee you spyritts wch were ons, Angells of the 9. Where be you spirits which were once angels of the nine orders? Come and see the heavenly signs, and the ineffable names of our Creator, and the names of the angels, whose fellows you were once.
We conjure you again and again, and command you by the triumphant, mighty, and strong name of God Hel, which is wonderful, glorified, and virtuous, and terrible; we conjure you, and command you, that without any delay and without all deformity you come and appear before us. Yf yet they be dysobedient and wyll not come, then lett the Mr reforme all his circles, and make A cros in the Ayer wth the aforesayde knyfe, and makynge A hyssinge in the 4. In the name of Adonay, Aloyn, Sabaoth, Saday, which is Lord God, High God, and Almighty King, we beseech thee that we may bring to pass our desire, and that we may prosper upon all the works of our hands.
And the Lord in this hour, and in all the rest, be in our mouths, and our hearts. Again we conjure you, and exorcise you, by these letters herein expressed, by whose virtue and power fire is extinguished, and all things are made in remembrance of them, and they call truly upon their Creator, and praise him, which according to the truth are these: Veriton, Adyreon, Biraretro, Gyariton, Gyamerion, Celamia, Cheamagi, Rechnaya, Eapmegia, Aderyan, Malchia, Mana, Gana, Roachia, laba, Cosia, Boalia, Dorenia, Canco, Galgala, Bache, Baya, Amanua, Cathia, Bachuaya, Geredia, Nyera, Penthohahia, Arathana, Redosta, Calchia, Semeforab, Anare, Neron, Joosar, by the virtue of these we exorcise and conjure you, and by the most blessed God, and by his impery, and everlasting glory; and by the holy name of the holy faith Adonay, Eloe, which is to say, Lord God of Sabaoth.
Furthermore, we conjure you, and we bind you, by the seal of the Sun, the Moon, and the stars, and know that unless you come without any deformity you shall have no rest by day nor by night, wheresoever you be, and you shall be condemned into the flame of fire and of sulphur; we will burn you and your figures for ever and ever. Also that you depart not till you shall be licensed. Furthermore, we conjure you, by this name Bel, and in this name Ia, Ia, Ia, which is God, and in this name, Vau, Vau, Vau, which is, I am that I am; finally, we conjure you, by all the divine power of God, that you presently come before us in comely wise.
When this is done, you shall see them come, and their lords as great men are wont, and when they shall see the master, they obey him in all points. Peace be between you and me. After this let the coniurer say St Johns Gospell, and the Artycles of the Crede, and goe out of the cyrcle, and let them wash there faces wth holy water. Obserue here that noe spyrytt dare tarry away, And yf some chaunce to tarry, write there names in paper, and couer yt wth yearthe, and kyndle A nue fyer, and putt brymstone vppon yt, and say as followeth.
We curse you and deprive you of all your power, and strength, by the virtue of these names, sending you to be burned everlastingly in fire and brimstone, world without end. Wch done they wyll come, Which done, they will come.
Then write their names again, and make a fumigation over them, and they shall be delivered; and ask what thou wilt; and thou shalt obtain it, and then licence them as before is said.
In this oath thou mayst consecrate a book, or any other thing that thou wilt. Here followeth, howe and after what sorte, Pentacles must be made; wherin all the science of the Kay of knowledge dependethe.
Here followeth how and after what sort pentacles must be made, wherein all the science of the Key of Knowledge dependeth. Theis Pentacles must be made on the day of Mercury, and in his hower, the mone beynge in Ayery sygne, and in the increase of the mone. These pentacles must be made on the day of Mercury, and in his hour, the moon being in an airy sign, and in the increase of the moon.
To make these thou must have an house or chamber, where there dwelleth nobody but thyself; this house or chamber thou shalt perfume, as shall be appointed in the chapter of perfumes and odours; and sprinkle it with such water as shall be prescribed in that chapter. Look also that the weather be fair, and the air clear; and that thou have sufficient virgin parchment.
This being in readiness, begin to write thy pentacle in the above-named hour, in a very fair colour, being conjured as shall be said in the chapter of pen and ink. And with that same pen being adjured, make an end of your writing the same hour; let the rest be finished when it may. Furthermore, you must have a knife ready in goose blood, which was made on the day of Mercury, in the increase of the moon; whereupon has been said three masses with their gospels; and smoked with the aforesaid perfumes; with which knife you must make hyssop, as appeareth in the chapter of hyssop and water.
I humbly beseech thee that in thy virtue they may be consecrated and prepared as they ought to be. Let them obtain the virtue, which they ought, by the most holy Adonay, whose kingdom endureth world without end. Say this 3. After cause 3. Say this three days continuing. After cause three masses to be said over the pentacles, two whereof being of the Holy Ghost, and the third of Our Lady, which done lay them up in silk, as before is said.
Here followeth, the way to worke, wch is the cheyfest chapiter of all. Here followeth the way to work, which is the chiefest chapter of all. Before you begynn yor worke you must haue A knyfe, made as ys before sayde, wherewth the handle of the sprincle must bee cutt; Before you begin your work you must have a knife, made as is before said, wherewith the handle of the sprinkler must be cut.
Let the rest of the pentacles be ordered as is appointed in the former chapter. And whensoever thou intendest to work, have these pentacles about thee. In this chapter all this science dependeth. Furthermore, if thou wilt understand that chapter that followeth, as concerning the operation of images, in that thou shalt perceive both the beginning and end of this science; and by that, thou shalt bring thy matter always to good effect.
Here followeth, howe experymentes for thinges that arr stolne, ought to be wroughte. Here followeth, how experiments for things that are stolen ought to be wrought.
The Key of Knowledge (Clavicula Salomonis)
Mooguzuru It is probably a corruption of Achad Unity. Kurtze Anleitung oder Unterricht von der wahren Magia. Furthermore, each of the companions should have a new sword drawn in his hand besides the consecrated magical sword of artand he should keep his hand resting upon the hilt thereof, and he should on no pretext quit the place assigned to him, nor move therefrom. By these names and by all other names of the almighty, only, and true God, by whom you were thrown down out of the high throne into the place of banishment; we conjure you, and command you, by him which speaketh and it is done; to whom all creatures do obey. Sefer Gematriotlate 13th or early 14th century.
These, in turn, incorporated aspects of the Greco-Roman magic of Late Antiquity. The original type of text 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.
THE KEY OF SOLOMON
Kigara I detest also the crimes which I have committed by evil thoughts, vain and impure meditations, false suspicions, and rash judgments; by the evil consent which I have readily given unto the advice of the wicked, by lust of impure and sensual pleasures; by my idle words, my lies, and my deceit; by my false vows in various ways; and by my continual slander and calumny. Which done, thou mayst repeat the conjuration of thy experiment. Peace be between you and me. Of the pen, ink, and colours The shoes and vestments must be of linen; if you can get such as the priest weareth, it is best.
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