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Which is the simplest and easiest grimoire to work with?
02-26-2016, 10:52 PM
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I do know about the heptameron but are there any others?

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02-27-2016, 03:04 AM
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What is your definition of easiest and most simple?
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02-27-2016, 03:28 AM
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The armadel. Not sure if it gives any practical material world results though.
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02-27-2016, 06:09 AM
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If by simple you mean it's lax on requirements then here are my suggestions:
  • The Black Dragon
  • Modern Angelic Grimoire
  • Modern Goetic Grimoire
  • The Arbatel of Magic (probably the "easiest")
  • The Heptameron

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02-27-2016, 06:33 AM
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+1 for The Black Dragon and the Arbatel.

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02-27-2016, 06:41 AM
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(02-27-2016 06:09 AM)The God-King Wrote:  If by simple you mean it's lax on requirements then here are my suggestions:
  • The Black Dragon
  • Modern Angelic Grimoire
  • Modern Goetic Grimoire
  • The Arbatel of Magic (probably the "easiest")
  • The Heptameron

Easiest and Longest and most boring....
How Bout the 6th and 7th books of Moses, They Get my Vote.
when You say the mode Goetic Grimoire, Which Translation?
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02-27-2016, 06:44 AM
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There are many grimoires: Armadel, practical evocation by Franz Bardon, Exu, the great arcane, although, this book has some rituals more laborious, but, nothing impractical.

All of them have many sigils for working, so, you will pass much time working with them..

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02-27-2016, 06:45 AM
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(02-27-2016 06:41 AM)Magickinqu Wrote:  Easiest and Longest and most boring....

Which one of those books was long to you? They're all pretty short IMO.

(02-27-2016 06:41 AM)Magickinqu Wrote:  How Bout the 6th and 7th books of Moses, They Get my Vote.

I've heard it was a simple grimoire so I got a copy but I couldn't find any legit butterfly blood for the ink in which the seals and such must be drawn in. I read that you could substitute it with "butterfly blood ink" but since I didn't understand the significance of butterflies blood at the time (and still don't) I did not substitute and therefore have not actually worked with that text.

(02-27-2016 06:41 AM)Magickinqu Wrote:  when You say the mode Goetic Grimoire, Which Translation?

What do you mean? There's only one and it's in English. The author is Rufus Opus, a living magician. It's not an older book.

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02-27-2016, 06:50 AM
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(02-27-2016 06:45 AM)The God-King Wrote:  
(02-27-2016 06:41 AM)Magickinqu Wrote:  Easiest and Longest and most boring....

Which one of those books was long to you? They're all pretty short IMO.

(02-27-2016 06:41 AM)Magickinqu Wrote:  How Bout the 6th and 7th books of Moses, They Get my Vote.

I've heard it was a simple grimoire so I got a copy but I couldn't find any legit butterfly blood for the ink in which the seals and such must be drawn in. I read that you could substitute it with "butterfly blood ink" but since I didn't understand the significance of butterflies blood at the time (and still don't) I did not substitute and therefore have not actually worked with that text.

(02-27-2016 06:41 AM)Magickinqu Wrote:  when You say the mode Goetic Grimoire, Which Translation?

What do you mean? There's only one and it's in English. The author is Rufus Opus, a living magician. It's not an older book.
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02-27-2016, 07:00 AM
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I'd say The Heptameron.

Get yourself a copy of Ceremonial Magic & The Power of Evocation by Joseph C. Lisiewski.

He has a physicist as well as a magician, so he is very "repeatable results"-oriented, and it shows in his writing. He doesn't advocate cutting corners, but neither does he tolerate superfluous posturing.
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