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Written in a simple style akin to a medieval Book of Secrets combined with magical practices from the ancient world, The Book of Gold brings together practices which have their roots in major works from the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Cairo Genizah, to the Greek Magical Papyri and Sepher Shimmush Tehillim (Magical Use of the Psalms).
David Rankine and Paul Harry Barron
From the editor: Whether it was for benevolent or malefic results, The Book of Gold provided the appropriate Psalm verses and relevant techniques. This obscure work is an marvelous example of eminently practical magic which not only draws on such major works as the Heptameron and the Steganographia, but also many of the divine names found in the Kabbalah. From Saints to spirits, characters to Creeds, The Book of Gold shines forth as a significant and reclaimed chapter in the Western Esoteric Traditions.
Pages: 255, Illustrated
Special Interest: Occult, Magick, Grimoires, Banned Books, Kabbalah, WitchCraft, Folklore, Secret Orders & Societies, Ritual, and Sorcery.