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  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 real life spell books.

  • Do not read the Latin read tutto iman toe.

  • For this list, we're looking at Grim uars, also known as spell Books that contain allegedly authentic instructions on how to perform magical spells and rituals were excluding funerary text that incorporates spells.

  • Although if you're worried about the afterlife, arm up with the Egyptian Book of the Dead.

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  • Number 10.

  • The Book of Saint Cyprien.

  • There are actually multiple grim ours attributed to this third century figure Ah, pagan magician who converted to Christianity and was martyred, at least according to legend.

  • The most fascinating text is arguably the Portuguese version dating back to the 19th century.

  • It includes a description of the Legend of Saint Cyprien and instructions on alchemy, divination, exercise, um, and love magic.

  • He hey, just need a little spark of magic.

  • What's most unique about this grimoire, however, is that it also contains maps to sites of hidden treasure and details on how to obtain magical riches.

  • Some additions even include the success story of one French peasant who used the maps to successfully find treasure.

  • I'm rich.

  • I'm we'll see.

  • I'm comfortably well off Number nine R.

  • Patel Day McGee, a veteran also known as Orbital of the Magic of the Ancients.

  • Off all the spell books on this list, this one seems most likely to be used by Glinda The Good Witch.

  • Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch for Me?

  • Published in Switzerland in 15 75 This book won't tell you how to perform Dark Magic to harm others, but it will tell you how to live a kind, honest and charitable life.

  • Though it deals with matters of the occult, the most frequently cited work in the orbital is actually the Bible.

  • The overarching theme of this grimoire is the positive relationship between humanity and the heavens.

  • If you wanna learn how to recruit the help of angels and other benevolent spirits in your life, this would be the book to use I new.

  • It's a new Gabriel.

  • You're always so eager to please Number eight, the sworn book of Han aureus dating back to at least the 14th century.

  • This encyclopedic spell book is an incredibly influential guide to medieval magic.

  • According to the prologue, a group of magicians facing persecution at the hands of the Catholic Church came together to compile all of their magical knowledge into this oath bound volume.

  • They got that right.

  • They don't they?

  • Yeah.

  • Thus the sworn book of Han Aureus was published with 93 chapters containing virtually everything there was to know about magic, from summoning demons to finding treasure.

  • Just a handful of this stuff would make me richer than the sultan.

  • Originally, students of Magic reportedly had to take an oath of secrecy before being allowed to read it.

  • Any copy they made went with them to the grave upon their death.

  • Swear to it, Make the unbreakable.

  • Today, however, the secrets out, you can easily buy it on Amazon number seven.

  • The Black Pull it from 18th century France.

  • This spell book is unique because the information within it is presented as more of a narrative than an instruction manual.

  • The text tells the story of a French officer sent by Napoleon on an expedition to Egypt.

  • There he meets an elderly Turkish man who teaches him all the secrets of magical talismans.

  • These mystical engraved objects give the wearer supernatural protection and special powers such as the ability to summon a gin and make the gin Bring your own true love, Joe Bruggeman.

  • Haven't seen you in a few millennia.

  • Give me some tasks.

  • Hell, hell, yeah.

  • For those with more material ambitions, you could try summoning the titular black bullet itself.

  • Ah, hen that lays golden eggs that can provide you with infinite riches.

  • Number six, the Greek magical Papiri.

  • By far the oldest entry on this list, this collection of ancient magical knowledge has sections that date back over 2000 years.

  • The book is a collection of Papiri from Greco Roman Egypt, written primarily in ancient Greek, that contains magical spells, recipes and rituals that were supposedly used by magicians throughout the Mediterranean region for centuries.

  • The collection includes spells that promised to grant one the ability to see the future and instructions on how to create a figurine similar to a voodoo doll.

  • Did you have a vision?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, and I saw you putting up posters over there on that wall over there.

  • The papaya I were compiled and published is one book during the 19th century, which is now widely available today.

  • What the hell was that?

  • Number five, The lesser key of Solomon.

  • While other grimoire is contain a wide variety of magical information, this book is strictly limited to demonology, and on that subject, it is very thorough.

  • Split into five sections.

  • The lesser key of Solomon lists 72 different demons, complete with descriptions as well as instructions on how to summon them and make them do your bidding.

  • Theo book claims to have been written by King Solomon, but the most well known version of the text is only a few centuries old.

  • Unknown Author aside, this book is one of the most popular sources of demonology information and is given credence by many in the occult.

  • Community number four.

  • The key of Solomon so influential that it may have inspired the previous entry on this list.

  • This spell book is the quintessential collection of Renaissance magic again, Though it's said to be written by King Solomon, the rial author is unknown.

  • Its contents include many spells and the methods of casting them with all of the books magic being made possible by the power of God.

  • Who are you?

  • I'm the one okay, created the Heavens and the Earth, Alfa and Omega.

  • This thing is going.

  • Although the church denounced the book as heresy, many clergymen in the 15th century studied the text in secret, hoping to gain the wisdom and power the book claimed it could grant.

  • Today, the book is available to read in its English translation, For anyone who wants to learn more about the Solomon Expels Number three, the 6th and 7th books of Moses, allegedly written by Moses, this text claims to contain books of the Hebrew Bible that were hidden or otherwise lost.

  • It was first published in Germany around the 19th century.

  • In keeping with the theme, The spells within this book are explicitly biblical, including many of the same spells Moses allegedly used to perform miracles like Parting the Red Sea.

  • Due to advancements in printing press technology, this Green War became one of the most widely circulated in the world, spreading throughout Europe, the Americas and parts of Africa.

  • As a result, the spell book is significant to diverse groups, from folk magicians in the Appalachians to Rastafarians in Jamaica.

  • Number two Simon Necronomicon.

  • Oh God, look at things Grimoire may have been published in 1977 but it's not as far removed from some of the older spell books as you might think.

  • If the name sounds familiar, you likely know it from an H.

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  • Lovecraft story or from the evil Dead Siri's.

  • In addition to a love crafty and influence, this version contains elements of Middle Eastern mythology and an overarching theme of good versus evil.

  • Though its authenticity as a grimoire has been contested due to it being so clearly inspired by fictional works, most of the spells and rituals within the book are copied directly from other spell books.

  • Oh, most older green bars were compiled the same way, meaning this newer text is arguably just as authentic as any other.

  • Before we unveil our topic, here are some honorable mentions.

  • Godhra book Book of Magic on Icelandic book of magical healing Spells.

  • Pick a Tricks, a book of astrology and occult magic filled with gruesome and dangerous spells.

  • Pseudo monarchy.

  • A demon, um, false monarchy of demons, A list of 69 demons and how to summon them puts it Albert Ah, French Book of Household Magic and Recipes, The Magus on Occult Handbook, Compiling spells and ceremonies from the most famous magicians.

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  • Number one.

  • The Book of Shadows.

  • Though it's less than 100 years old, this book is the most influential magical text for modern lovers of the occult.

  • Between the late 19 forties and early 19 fifties, English Wiccan Gerald Gardner composed it from knowledge he claimed to have acquired from a coven of witches.

  • It went on to become one of the founding texts for Wicca, partly a religious text.

  • In partly a spell book, it borrows elements from other occult sources, such as the works of magician and self styled prophet Alister Crowley, to remove Crawley's influence.

  • It was rewritten by the high Priestess of gardeners coven, Doreen Valiente E.

  • Some covens and practitioners also have their own versions, though its origins and authenticity have been debated.

  • The Book of Shadows has shaped how people view the occult today.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/30
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