Mystery of the Long Lost 8th, 9th and 10th Books of Moses book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The object of this present. 8th 9th and 10th Books of Moses Henri Gamache - Free download as PDF File . pdf) or read online for free. Books of Moses. This book is divided into three parts. The first part contains The Legends of Moses the Man and Moses the Magician, which brings to life who Moses really was.
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This book is divided into three parts. The first part contains The Legends of Moses the Man and Moses the Magician, which brings to life who. This is an excellent resource for rootworkers. The author compiled a lot of great information on Moses including history, drawings, and references to biblical. The Eighth Book of Moses A Greco-Egyptian Grimoire a s r\ i o u co (PGM XIII, Now the great Name is composed of nine names, before which you recite those.
Some of the texts are allegedly translated from a text written by Canaanite magicians and keepers of the Samaritan Pentateuch in the "Cuthan-Samaritan language", a language considered extinct since the 12th century. No complete manuscripts older than Scheible's printing are extant, and the claimed origin must be regarded pseudepigraphic and spurious.
In the edition, for instance, "the Sixth Book of Moses" and "the Seventh Book of Moses" run only from page 6 to 28, making up 23 of the pages. The vast majority of the work is appendices, restatements of similar seals and incantations, reputedly from those Kabala teachers to whom this knowledge was passed. Finally, there are sections including lists of the powers associated with each of the Hebrew "Names of God", the powers and use of reciting each of the Psalms and each Hebrew letter.
Therefore, they are Bibliis arcanum arcanorum, which means, Mystery of all Mysteries. The included pictures of the "seals" consist of various stylized symbols surrounded pseudo-Hebrew and pseudo-Latin phrases and letters.
Each "Seal" or "Table" in the Seventh Book is paired with an incantation reputedly Hebrew and a very brief description of its powers. The Seventh Book of Moses[ edit ] The seventh book is much the same: taking the events of the Biblical narrative of Moses' life and other Biblical and unknown stories and gives a reputed pairing of an incantation and a drawn magical object, here called "Tables". Volume II[ edit ] The second volume of the work collects a series of works claimed to be "in the tradition of" the original two books.
In the New York edition, this begins with "Formulas of the Magical Kabala of the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses", which again demonstrates seals and incantations, these said to be the Magic used by Moses himself at various points in the Biblical stories, such as how to turn his staff into a snake or conjure the pillar of fire.
Hear also the voice of thy God wherewith I give thee the seven seals and twelve tables. Schem, Schel, Hamforach, that the angels and spirits may always yield obedient service to thee, when thou callest upon them and citest them by these seven seals and twelve tables of my omnioptence; and hereunto thou shalt also have herewith a knowledge of the highest mysteries.
Therefore, thou, my faithful friend, dear Moses, take thou the power and high might of thy God. Through my Seals and Tables.
This the conjuror must name. The particularly great secret and special use of this seal is that if this seal is buried in the earth, where treasures exist, they will come to the surface of themselves, without any presence during a full moon.
The special secret of this seal is that if a man carries this Seal with him, it will bring him great fortune and blessing; it is therefore called the truest and highest Seal of Fortune. Seal of the Ministering Throne Angels. Appear before me, N.
The special secret of this Throne is that by carrying this Seal with you will cause you to be very agreeable and much beloved, and will also defeat all your enemies. Description This book is divided into three parts.
It includes the legends of him as a magician found both inside and outside of the Bible. Part Two is How the Sacred Writings of Moses were Lost, which explains how additional books of Moses, beyond the first five books of the Bible, can be accounted for and what is in them.
Part Three is called The Book of Miscellaney, which reveals the magical applications of Moses' additional books. This section includes the 44 Secret Keys to Universal Power, various magical seals, and explains the modern influence of the Kabbalah, which traces it to a Mosaic origin.
This final section also includes a chart of all the revelations made by Moses to various people in the Bible. This is an excellent book combining hard-to-find historical information on Moses with the magical power that can be associated with him. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads.