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6th and 7th Books of Moses (Sixth and Seventh). Introduction by Paul TIce (New)
by Tice, Paul
Publisher: Book Tree
Book ID: 9781585090457, 158509045X
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The 6th and 7th Books of Moses, Introduction by Paul Tice. It is unknown when these magical books were written, but we know that they were translated from ancient Hebrew. The Sixth Book is composed of "Secret Seals" used in magical rituals. Each seal is presented, followed by a matching conjuration. The conjuration is a verbal spell summoning entities or energies beyond our reality that may in fact respond and help to achieve the goal of the summoner. The Seventh Book contains a number of magical tables, each of which performs a certain function. Carrying a table with you or bringing it to a certain area is supposed to bring results like wealth, love or good luck. Also included is "The Magic of Israelities," which contains instances of magic being performed in the Bible, followed by a Kabala section that reveals secret Kabalistic wisdom, the application of charms and remedies, hidden wisdom of the Psalms and magical cures of the old Hebrews. It is not likely that Moses wrote this book. Even so, it holds powerful spells that should not be taken lightly. Use of this book should be done with caution and respect. If used properly, it claims to bring good fortune to those who proceed with good intentions.
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