Holmes Publishing Group, 2001. Translated from the Original into the French, and now rendered from the latter language, into English. From a unique and valuable MS. in the Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal at Paris. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series number 6. Darcy Kuntz, general editor. Translated by S.L. MacGregor Mathers. Custom wraps.
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Holmes Publishing Group, 1992. A source work for the study of the Kabbalistic and Gnostic Traditions. Monograph with custom papers and overlay. Octavo. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 13.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1999. A FINE COPY, hand-bound with special papers. Translated from the Hebrew by Dr. Gaster, this work focuses on the use of magical names and the sacred days of the seven planets (or Archangels). Gaster believed the manuscript he was working from survived in the possession of.....
Holmes Publishing Group, 2001. A seminal work on magic and spells in Middle Eastern tradition. Separate plate section. Custom monograph. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 8. Darcy Kuntz, General Editor.
Holmes Publishing Group, 2001. Compiled by Darcy Kuntz. Illustrated. Three scarce essays. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 5. In custom wraps, hand-bound.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1986. Including the Thirty Two Paths of Wisdom: Their Correspondence with the Hebrew Alphabet, and the Tarot Symbols. Translated from the Hebrew, this work is sometimes referred to as the Book of Numbers and Letters. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 12.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1998. Turner translated this famous medieval grimoire into English in 1656 and it was published at London a year later. The operations are complex, but beautiful in lyric and profound in content. Edited by Darcy Küntz. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 3.
Holmes Publishing Group, 2001. Illustrated with sigils and diagrams with material pertinent to the subject. In custom hand-made wraps with special end papers. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 4.
Holmes Publishing Group LLC. Translated from the French by Gryffon Turner who has done a superb piece of work in rendering a readable and informative text of this difficult work. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 2.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1994. Translated from the Latin version of 1518, this famous grimoire is well illustrated with the sigils, signs and symbols of medieval Magic. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 1. Darcy Kuntz, general editor.
Holmes Publishing Group LLC. A number of charts and geometrical illustrations are included in this work on the esoteric knowledge of the Pyramid-one of the finest of the genre. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 15.
Holmes Publishing Group LLC. Translated by William Wynn Westcott. Diverse material including Levi's "Occult and Religious Maxims." Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 14.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1990. Edited by W.W. Westcott, with new translation by Joseph Bouleur. With eight original plates, plus three additional images not included in the other English editions. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 16.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1997. Translated from the French by Joseph Bouleur from a privately held manuscript. Levi expresses strong opinion and independent knowledge-an unusual writing. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 11.
Holmes Publishing Group LLC. A FINE COPY, bound in custom wraps with parchment overlay. Succinct study by this Golden Dawn and Metropolitan College member. Nice charts. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 18.
Holmes Publishing Group, 2005. Translated from the Hebrew with notes and illustrations. Hand bound with a Patapar title page insert. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 10.
Holmes Publishing Group, 2000. An exposition of the powers of precious stones, mantras, and fetishes and their universal use in magic and divination. Custom wraps. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 17.
Edmonds, WA: Holmes Publishing Group, 1986. Custom hand-bound monograph; A FINE COPY. Analysis of the four elements of the Mystery of Man. Considered one of Vaughan's essential texts. In linen wraps. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series 9. Octavo.