Abramelin the Mage – the Sacred Magic of

£136.00

First of 2 limited formats, this edition one of 36 copies. Complete text of all four original parts translated and edited by Georg Dehn, translated from the German by Steven Guth and introduced by Lon Milo DuQuette

Description

The second of two

Special Private Editions

Limited to only
120 hand-numbered copies

 

The
Sacred Magic
of

Abramelin
the Mage

 

Complete text of all four original parts edited by Georg Dehn

Translated from the German by Steven Guth and introduced by Lon Milo DuQuette

Deluxe tan calfskin copies stamped with antique gold, French marbled endpapers, black and gold headbands.

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This is the newly revised and expanded second edition of this modern magical classic.

Being a complete and modern translation from various extant manuscripts, including a previously unpublished fourth part.

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An expanded and revised edition including new historical research and some thirty new magical recipes.

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The book has also been redesigned with almost 200 explanatory footnotes and a complete index

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This is the only modern translation of this crucial magical sourcework!

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Includes the previously undiscovered and unpublished Part 4 being a list of spells and rituals.

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Provides instruction on the practical application of magic, including the first recorded example of a technique for self-development and initiation.

It is the first modern translation of this critical magical work since S.L. Macgregor Mathers’s original translation over 100 years ago. Not only is the language updated, but Georg Dehn, the compiler and editor, has sourced his work from all extant manuscripts, whereas Mathers used just one. The result is a stunning new translation which proves the existence of the historical figure of Abramelin.

It includes a vast amount of important material left out of Mathers’ work, including an entirely new section filled with magical recipes, important distinctions in the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel ritual, and complete word grids that had been left half-completed by Mathers.

About the Author
Abraham von Worms, long thought to be a pseudonymous figure,
is nearly conclusively proved to be the well-known 14th century Jewish scholar, Rabbi Jacob ben Moses ha Levi Moellin, more commonly known as MaHaRIL.

Some material attributed to him is still used in synagogues today.

Georg Dehn is a life-long student of all things esoteric, which led him on the quest to not only translate The Book of Abramelin but also to follow in the original seeker’s footsteps through the Middle East and eventually to the hermitage at Araki. He is the founder and publisher of Edition Araki, a German publishing company specializing in the occult. Dehn is the author of many works, Abramelin being the first to be translated into English. He lives in Leipzig, Germany.