Pauline Art of Solomon by fredrick Hockley
A significant new edition of this well-known magical text, comprising an Introduction by Alan Thorogood, a typeset transcription of Hockley's manuscript, and a black and white photo facsimile of the original Hockley manuscript. Traditionally, "The Pauline Art," was one of five books (along with the "Goetia", "Theurgia Goetia", "Ars Almadel" and "Ars Notoria") which were gathered together to form the compendium "Lemegeton, Clavicula Salomonis Rex or the Little Key of Solomon the King" which seems to have first circulated in manuscript form at the very end of the seventeenth century. This edition reproduces a transcription of a 1715 manuscript of "The Pauline Art," which was made by Frederick Hockley in 1838. "The Pauline Art" is in two sections, the first of which concerns the spirits of the twenty-four hours of the day, whose functions are "to do all things that is Attributed to the 7 Planets," their seals, and method of conjuration, whilst the second is concerned with the angels of the 360 degrees of the zodiac.
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