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« Topic Start: March 19, 2010, 02:47:21 pm »

Title: Grand Key of Solomon the King: Ancient Handbook of Angel Magic and Djinn Summoning
Author(s): Pseudo Asaph Berechiah
Publisher: Ishtar Publishing
Publication Date: November 27, 2009
ISBN: 1926667115
ISBN-13: 978-1926667119
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The enchanting tales of 1001 Arabian Nights and the mysterious magical societies of the Moors share a legendary figure. He is no other than Asaph Ben Berechiah, the Vizier of King Solomon himself. According to Islamic tradition, this Arabian Merlin bested a djinn in a magical contest, teleporting Queen Sheeba's throne in the blink of an eye, using his knowledge of the Great Name. Through the ages masters of the forbidden art of djinn evocation have shared with their disciples in secrecy an extensive oral tradition of rituals, incantations, and magical implements belonging to Asaph Ben Berechiah. Fragments of these arcane mysteries could be found in the writing of master occultists from the Middle Ages, the likes of Ahmed al-Buni. Few and far between, many have treasured what little fragments of this oral tradition could be found. There were also whispers of a grimoire compiled by an anonymous Arabian wizard brimming with secrets of the magic of Asaph Ben Berechiah. Known only as Ajnas, its reputation grew, but few possessed it. It has resurfaced in recent years and remains one of the most popular guides to angelic and djinn evocation in the land of the Arabian nights. O seeker of the art of the masters, you needn't wait centuries for this important grimoire to be available in English as has happened with Ghayat al-Hakim (Picatrix). Right now, you are beholding an accurate and complete translation of Ajnas waiting for its secrets to be unlocked by the disciples of today and the masters of tomorrow. "Heth Heth Sharet Maret Aeeret Ayolet"

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Title: Grand Key of Solomon the King: Ancient Handbook of Angel Magic and Djinn Summoning
Author(s): Pseudo Asaph Berechiah
Publisher: Ishtar Publishing
Publication Date: November 27, 2009
ISBN: 1926667115
ISBN-13: 978-1926667119
Current Price and More Info from Amazon

[size=12pt]Description:[/size]
The enchanting tales of 1001 Arabian Nights and the mysterious magical societies of the Moors share a legendary figure. He is no other than Asaph Ben Berechiah, the Vizier of King Solomon himself. According to Islamic tradition, this Arabian Merlin bested a djinn in a magical contest, teleporting Queen Sheeba's throne in the blink of an eye, using his knowledge of the Great Name. Through the ages masters of the forbidden art of djinn evocation have shared with their disciples in secrecy an extensive oral tradition of rituals, incantations, and magical implements belonging to Asaph Ben Berechiah. Fragments of these arcane mysteries could be found in the writing of master occultists from the Middle Ages, the likes of Ahmed al-Buni. Few and far between, many have treasured what little fragments of this oral tradition could be found. There were also whispers of a grimoire compiled by an anonymous Arabian wizard brimming with secrets of the magic of Asaph Ben Berechiah. Known only as Ajnas, its reputation grew, but few possessed it. It has resurfaced in recent years and remains one of the most popular guides to angelic and djinn evocation in the land of the Arabian nights. O seeker of the art of the masters, you needn't wait centuries for this important grimoire to be available in English as has happened with Ghayat al-Hakim (Picatrix). Right now, you are beholding an accurate and complete translation of Ajnas waiting for its secrets to be unlocked by the disciples of today and the masters of tomorrow. "Heth Heth Sharet Maret Aeeret Ayolet"

[size=12pt]Special Notes:[/size]
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[size=8pt]Legal Notes: Some description text and item pictures in this post may come from Amazon.com and are used by permission. The Cauldron is an Amazon Affiliate and purchases made through the Amazon links in this message help support The Cauldron.[/size]



[color=red][size=12pt]Discussion and reviews of this book are welcome in this thread. If you've read the book, please tell us what you think of it and why.[/size][/color]


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Table of Contents

   * Names of Power to Awaken the Throne Bearers
   * Names of Power on the Rod of Moses
   * Names of Power to Awaken the Angels OF Mercy
   * Names of Power on the Forehead of the Angel Gabriel
   * Seven Names Taught to the Angel Michael
   * Seven Names Taught to the Angel Azrael
   * Names of Power for the Seventh Heaven
   * Names of Power for the Sixth Heaven
   * Names of Power for the Fifth Heaven
   * Names of Power for the Fourth Heaven
   * Names of Power for the Third Heaven
   * Names of Power for the Second Heaven
   * Names of Power for the First Heaven
   * Names of Power for the Seventh Firmament (Sun)
   * Names of Power for the Sixth Firmament (Jupiter)
   * Names of Power for the Fifth Firmament (Mars)
   * Names of Power for the Fourth Firmament (Saturn)
   * Names of Power for the third Firmament (Venus)
   * Names of Power for the Second Firmament (Mercury)
   * Names of Power for the First Firmament (Moon)
   * Seal and Conjuration for the Angel metatron
   * Supreme Conjuration for all Spirits
   * Second Conjuration for the Angel metatron
   * Third Conjuration for the Angel metatron
   * Fourth Conjuration for the Angel metatron
   * Fifth Conjuration for the Angel metatron
   * Sixth Conjuration for the Angel metatron
   * Seventh Conjuration for the Angel metatron
   * Sunday and Its Employable Ruhaniyyah
   * Instructions for the Angel Ruqayael's Seal
   * The Companies under the Sun Who Can Be Employed
   * The Names of the Sun
   * Concerning the Terrestrial Jinn King of the Sun
   * Monday and Its Employable Ruhaniyyah
   * Conjuration to the Terrestrial King al-Abyadh
   * Instructions for al-Abyadh's Seal
   * The Names of al-Abyadh's Aides
   * Tuesday and Its Employable Ruhaniyyah
   * The Sword of Mars
   * The Conjuration of Mars
   * The Seal of Samsamael
   * The Symbols of Samsamael
   * Instructions for the Killing of an Evil Jinn by al-Ahmar
   * Wednesday and Its Employable Ruhaniyyah
   * Wednesday's Seal
   * The Conjuration of Michael
   * Conjuration of the Ruhaniyyah of Thunder
   * Instructions for the Ruhaniyyah of Wednesday's Seal
   * Instructions for Burqan's Seal
   * The First Conjuration to King Burqan
   * The Second Conjuration to King Burqan
   * The Third Conjuration to King Burqan
   * The Fourth Conjuration to the King Burqan
   * The Fifth Conjuration to King Burqan
   * The Sixth Conjuration to King Burqan
   * The Seventh Conjuration to King Burqan
   * Thursday and Its Employable Ruhaniyyah
   * Instructions for the Angel Sarfael's Seal
   * Shamhurash, Jupiter's Terrestrial King
   * Conjuration to the Company of Flyers
   * The Conjuration to Shamhurash and All the Flyers
   * Second Conjuration to Shamhurash
   * Third Conjuration to Shamhurash
   * Fourth Conjuration to Shamhurash
   * Friday and Anael
   * Conjuration to the Earthy Terrestrials
   * Instructions for Zawba'ah's Seal and What is Inscribed Thereon
   * Saturday: For Kasfayael
   * Instructions for Seal Kasfayael's Seal
   * The Conjurations of the Hidden Regions
   * The Conjuration, Employment, and Seal of Maymun
   * Conjuration to Maymun Aba Nukh and All the Flying Mayaminah
   * What is said after the Internal Chant
   * al-Ahmar's Seal
   * Conjuration of the Fiery Lands
   * The Seal of the Twelve Hosts Who Descended with Iblis on the Day of his fall from grace
   * The Names of Iblis' Aides
   * The Conjuration for the Twelve Hosts' Seal
   * The Second Conjuration for the Twelve Hosts' Seal
   * Conjuration to the Four Ifreets in Charge of the Magic Carpet; of the Seal, their Secret, and their Subjugation
   * Instructions for the Seal of Mahakil and Sakhr ibn Amr ibn Shujil ibn al-Abyad ibn Hamlit al-Jinni
   * Conjuration to the Progeny of Sakhr and All of the Seven Kings
   * Instructions for Sakhr's Seal
   * Instructions on How to Employ Sakhr
   * On Mahakel, the Guardian of the Mandal of Solomon, and His Four Conjurations
   * Instructions for the Mandal of Solomon the King, Its Uses, Real Operations for Healing and the Like That Are Needed, and Conjuring All the Celestial and Terrestrial Ruhaniyyah
   * The Names of Seership, Which You Write between the Eyes of the Possessed
   * The Manner of the Jinn Covenant
   * Instructions for Maymun's Highly Obedient Spear
   * The Names on the Hilt of Maymun's Spear
   * Instructions for Maymun's Athame
   * Names That Can Kill Any Jinn King
   * The Names on Shamhurash's Athame and Instructions on How to Use Them
   * The Seal of Khandash and Naykal, the Two Brothers of al-Ahmar
   * Instructions for Master of Illusions, Abu Mabad Zunbur's Seal
   * Conjuration of Abu Mabad Zunbur
   * Second Conjuration of Abu Mabad Zunbur
   * The Binding, Crucifixion, and Interrogation of Jinn
   * Hamanah's Employments, and a Discussion of His Seal
   * Commentary on the Slab on King Solomon's Altar
   * The Syriac Conjuration of Power
   * The Burning Names
   * Spell for Making a Personís Possessing Jinni Manifest Himself
   * Secret Chant For Umar ibn Jabir
   * Secret Chant For Mahaqel
   * Secret Chant For Faqtash
   * Secret Chant For Shajaljalash
   * Secret Chant For Malik ibn Uryah
   * Secret Chant For Amodayah
   * Secret Chant For Zunbur
   * Secret Chant For Maymun and Bilal
   * Secret Chant For Hamand and Qatrabah
   * Secret Chant For Fartisha
   * Secret Chant For Umar ibn Jabir
   * Secret Chant For Mahaqil
   * The Secret of the Spiritual Beings in Charge of the Nights and Days, as Extracted from the Books of Mysteries by Asaph the Son of Berechiah
   * The Names with Which the Lord Created the Seven Planets
   * Spells Required for Making a Possessing Spirit Manifest Himself in Dire Situations
   * The Conjuration for the Carpet, Its Uses, Its Benefits, Instructions on How to Use It in the Circles, Circle
   * Casting, the Setting of Seals out under the Stars, and Instructions on How to Use This Noble Group Pleasant to the Spiritual Sciences
   * The One Hundred Names Written on the Front End of the Carpet
   * The Fifty Noble, Majestic Names Written on the Right Side of the Carpet
   * The Fifty Names Written on the Left Side of the Carpet
   * The Names Written on the Back End of the Carpet
   * Commentary on the Twelve Great Names
   * Uses and Explanations of the Twelve Great Names
   * The Shamkhuthi Names
   * The Glyphs of the Seven Days
   * The Glyphs of the Ruhaniyyah Employed on the Seven Days
   * The Glyphs of the Seven Terrestrial Kings
   * The Glyphs of the Rites of the Seven Days

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« Reply #2: June 30, 2010, 07:50:23 am »

I have the book.

Table of Contents

From the table of contents, it looks like this is just a translation of the original?
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