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The Lesser Key of SolomonT terms seen throughout the Lesser Key of Solomon book The Lesser Key of Solomon or the Clavicula Salomonis Regis or Lemegeton is a compilation of materials and writings from ancient sources making up a text book of magic or grimoire Portions of this book can be traced back to the mid th to th centuries when occult researchers such as Cornelius Agrippa and Johannes Trithemisus assembled what they discovered during their investigations into their own great works As a modern grimoire the Lesser Key of Solomon has seen several editions with various authors and editors taking liberty to edit and translate the ancient writings and source material In Arthur Edward Waite published his The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts which contained large portions of the Lemegeton He was followed by Mathers and Crowley in who published The Goetia The Lesser Key of Solomon Many others have assembled their own version of this ancient material since and it is important to realize.

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REVIEW The Lesser Key of Solomon 107 ï [Download] ➽ The Lesser Key of Solomon By Aleister Crowley – Danpashley.co.uk This edition is a fully illustrated reprint of the publication by Aleister Crowley and Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers This edition of The Lesser Key of Solomon the King contains all of the over seal This edition is a fully

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That it is the contents rather than the book itself that make up the Lesser Key Traditionally the source material is divided into five books Ars Goetia Ars Theurgia Goetia Ars Paulina Ars Almadel and Ars Notoria Mathers and Crowley indicate their edition is a translation only of the first book Goetia In the preface to this edition it is explained that a Secret Chief of the Rosicrucian Order directed the completion of the book The original editor was a G H Fra DDCF who translated ancient texts from French Hebrew and Latin but was unable to complete his labors because of the martial assaults of the Four Great Princes Crowley was then asked to step in and finish what the previous author had begun Traditionally S L MacGregor Mathers is credited as the translator of this edition and Crowley is given the title of editor Although impossible to verify it is often claimed that Mathers did not want to publish this work but Crowley did so anyway without his permissio.