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Announcing the latest addition to our Classic Grimoire Series – Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis – The little Key of Solomon edited by Gemma Gary.

The Troy edition of the Little Key, more widely known as The Lesser Key of Solomon, includes all five books of the seventeenth century work, itself arising from manuscripts of earlier centuries. The five books being:


Ars Goetia, detailing the seventy-two Demons, their seals and conjuring for magical purposes. Ars Theurgia-Goetia, for the conjuring of the thirty-one chief spirits and their ministers to do the magician’s bidding. Ars Paulina, by which to call upon the Angels of the hours of the day and night and of the signs of the zodiac. Ars Almadel, which gives instruction for the creation and use of the waxen altar for the summoning of spirits. And Ars Notoria, giving oratations and prayers for Divine union and knowledge of the arts and sciences.


To compile this unique edition, Gemma has drawn upon The Little Key of Rabbi Solomon – a rare 1879 edition published by ‘Raphael’ (Robert Thomas Cross), alongside the British Library manuscript Sloane 3825 and A.E. Waite’s 1898 The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts.


Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis – The little Key of Solomon is illustrated throughout, employing the diagrams, signs and sigils of A.E.Waite and Robert T. Cross alongside those created by Gemma especially for this edition.

Lemegeton Clabicula Salomonis- The Little Key of Solomon

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