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The Greater Key of Solomon: Including a Clear and Precise Exposition of King Solomon's Secret Procedure, Its Mysteries and Magic Rites : Original Plates, Seals, Charms and talism (Anglais) Broché – 1 juillet 1999


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An essential Grimoire for any adept or student of the dark and magickal arts, The Key of Solomon is attributed to the Biblical King, and translated by S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers, a member of the aclaimed Golden Dawn. Dating back to at least the 14th Century, this book contains many spells and magickal seals, to assist you in your magickal works. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .



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This edition has stood the test of time 23 mars 2002
Par J. H. Peterson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This Red Wheel/Weiser edition sets a standard for high quality and low cost. It faithfully reproduces Mathers' original text, and includes a new introduction by modern author R.A. Gilbert.
The Key of Solomon is the most famous and important of all Grimoires, or handbooks of Magic. As A.E. Waite has stated (BCM 58) "At the head of all, and, within certain limits, the inspiration and the source of all, stands the Key of Solomon. ... Mr. Mathers' presentation of the Key of Solomon, which is still in print, though the work of an uncritical hand, must be held to remove the necessity for entering into a detailed account of the contents of that curious work. ... The Key of Solomon can scarcely be judged accurately in the light of its English version, for the translator, preternaturally regarding it as a highly honourable memorial of lawful magic, has excised as much as possible the Goëtic portions, on the ground that they are interpolations, which is of course arbitrary."
Mr. Waite's harsh criticism is hardly justified. In fact, Mathers excised very little. Actually, three of the four significant excisions are operations dealing with love magic (Colorno, chapters 11-13: The experiment of Love, and how it should be performed; The experiment or operation of the Apple; Of the operation of love by her dreams, and how one must practice it. The fourth large excision is chapter 14: Operations and experiments regarding hate and destruction of enemies.) He also omitted one paragraph from the chapter dealing with the use of blood. Mathers also substituted Hebrew for the Latin biblical passages on the pentacles.
It is true that the Mathers edition would not be considered critical by modern standards of scholarship (but Waite's editions of various esoteric texts leave far more to be desired than Mathers'). Especially wanting are a proper critical apparatus, an analysis of the relation between manuscripts, and better utilization of the Latin and Italian manuscripts. Nevertheless, this edition has stood the test of time.
Mathers' translation is almost entirely dependant on French Colorno manuscript exemplars dating 18th century. Abraham Colorno, a Jewish engineer of Mantua (fl. 1578-1598) apparently translated it from the Italian. Mathers was well qualified to translate French texts, but it is not clear how proficient he was in the other languages represented. In the introduction he acknowledged Westcott's help with the Hebrew.
Also heavily used by Mathers was LES VÉRITABLES CLAVICULES DE SALOMON, Traduites de l'Hebreux en langue Latine Par le Rabin ABOGNAZAR (Lansdowne MSS 1203.) Its inclusion by Mathers is puzzling because it is utterly different in content from the other manuscripts (aside from a few of the pentacles at the end of the manuscript) and really should stand alone as a separate text.
Since Mathers' edition was published, many more manuscripts have been uncovered, including several English manuscripts, three Hebrew manuscripts (including one published by Gollancz, 1914), and a Greek manuscript which may be the prototype of the entire genre. The English ones represent a very different manuscript tradition, and have strong Christian elements not found in the Colorno class of manuscripts. I doubt Mathers would have made much use of them even if he had been aware of them. Of course, none of the manuscripts used by Mathers qualify as "ancient" or even "medieval"; the oldest is probably 16th century. There are however precedents going back further, on which see Richard Greenfield's Traditions of Belief in Late Byzantine Demonology.
I cannot begin to convey my contempt for L.W. de Laurence and his bootleg edition of this work, which he retitled The Greater Key of Solomon (Chicago, 1914). Besides taking credit for Mathers' work, he has made many alterations to the texts in order to promote his mail-order business. Beware of it!
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No images on Kindle edition 1 mars 2008
Par Brian Warner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was sad to see that this Kindle edition is missing all the figures, seals, and sigils. No tables, nothing. There are other books of the occult that translate very well into the Kindle. I've converted free PDF's of the Ars Paulina (for example) that retained the seals and it looked great. This Kindle version is limited. It's good for a word search.

The page formating is also very off. Chapters starting on the bottom half or a previous page. etc.
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Great Grimoire for All Serious Occultists! 1 septembre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'll try to make this short and sweet. The Key of Solomon the King is probably the greatest introductory Grimoire for any Occultist interested in invocation or evocation. It's a bit dry, at times, but it surely gets the point across even to the beginner. I do have one word of warning for anyone who buys ANY Grimoire or work dealing Magick at all. That warning is this: Though a lot of Magick comes from inside, summonings and evocations DO deal with true, objective entities. Many New Agers or Psychoccultists will tell you that it's all "in your mind" and you're only harnassing yourself. Don't let yourself be diluted into believing that. There are some beings out there that exist whether we want them to or not. Be cautious in your Magick and follow the Middle Pillar.
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Serious stuff 18 mars 2009
Par Brian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I would agree with all the comments which praise the content. I will not add to them, except to make this point. Of all the books I have possessed, this is the only one I have felt compelled to abandon. As an earlier reviewer mentioned, there are real entities present, and this book will evoke them. The mere proximity to this book evoked a sense of unease, and I would caution all those who would like to dabble, or are simply curious - do not approach this book.
19 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An excellent preperatory dissertation on ceremonial magic. 19 janvier 2000
Par "typhus_kahn" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
One of the most recognized books in the occult world. If you do not own this book, or if you've never read it, or (Gods forbid) you have never HEARD of it, then I urge you to buy this book. Although the book contains no real information on the casting of spells or the suchlike it does contain the preperatory rituals for the operator, and the construction of the various instruments of the art.
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