The Grimoire Encyclopaedia is a work of unparalleled magical scholarship which expands the field of grimoire study far beyond its previous boundaries. Including one hundred chapters on individual grimoires and important books, a table of the spirits found in those books, and fourteen appendixes, these two volumes provide a fresh panoramic view and the most extensive collection of resources ever collected on the grimoire tradition.
If you ever wanted to know what types of magic circles can be found in Magia Naturalis et Innaturalis, or what kind of feast to prepare for the Lady of the Mountain, or what kind of operation a brass nail is used for, all of this and more can be found in Volume 2, which includes appendices on incenses and oils, metals, plants, circles, feasts, and more.
Stephen Skinner calls The Grimoire Encyclopaedia 'a work of incredible scholarship by someone who truly understands his subject...' that 'deserves to be on the bookshelves of all magicians and scholars of grimoire studies.'
David Rankine offers a comprehensive system of exploring the grimoires, from the intensive spirit list to a detailed look at magical tools, magic circles, and more. Spanning hundreds of years and including texts both familiar and strange, this resource will become an instant classic in the field of grimoire studies.
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