QUOTE(monkman418 @ Jan 6 2011, 02:42 PM)
I'm looking for a COMPLETE list of all the known books that would be considered to be "Grimoires."
Let me know what else I'm missing here! Thank you!
Here are the books I own, know exist, or have heard that people use in magick- and are in English. About half of this list comes from Owen Davies, Grimoires: A History of Magic Books, a very good read, and useful reference work / shopping list. Some of these you can get on the site library.
Frater Alastor - THE MAGIC OF ARMADE
Dr. Johannes Faust- Magical art or miracle book
Kieckhefer - Forbidden Rites: A Necromancer's Manual
Don Karr - Sefer Raziel (Liber Salamonis)
The Book Of Paramazda
Heptameron of Agrippa
The Grimoire of the Sixfold Star
Crowley & Stratton-Kent - Liber Pyramidos
Galdrabok an Icelandic Grimoire
Books of Agrippa
The Goetia of Dr Rudd
Al Toukhi - Red Magick: Grimoire of Djinn Spell
Masuch - Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Books of Moses
Masuch - Eighth and Ninth Books of Moses
Book Of The Sacred Magic Of Abramelin the mage.
The Red Dragon
Hockley - Occult Spells; A 19th Century Grimoire
Sepher Reziel Hemelech: Book of the Angel Reziel
The Grimoire of Cyprian (better called “one of” as the man has more than a few attributed to him.)
Herpentilis Schwarze Book
The Sworn Book of Honorius
The Grimoire of Pope Honorius III
The Enchiridion of Pope Leo III
The Clavicule of Solomon,
And the works of HermesThoth.
Not in English, not used, or rumored to exist is a list that grows by the day but here are a few extras to look over. The many works of Al-Majriti in Arabic, the Turkish, and Prussian books of magick, the many hundreds of latian texts and manuxcripts amoung the ones known to magick of one form or another The Munich Manual Clm 849, Voynich Manuscript, and Sloane Ms. 3854.This post has been edited by fatherjhon: Jan 9 2011, 08:38 AM