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The Keys to the Gateway of Magic: Summoning the Solomonic Archangels and… (2005)

by Stephen Skinner, David Rankine (Author)

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He that is a true Magician, is brought forth a Magician from his Mother's Womb; and whoso is otherwise, ought to recompense that defect of Nature by Education

Dr. Thomas Rudd - The Nine Celestial Keys

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Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Thomas Rudd (1583-1656) finally
revealed as one of the great magicians of the last half millennium.
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This is the second volume of the series of "Sourceworks of Ceremonial Magic."  
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This classic text of the Nine Great Keys details the invocation of the Archangels, the full hierarchy of spiritual beings (including Olympic Spirits and Elementals) and the evocation of the four Demon Princes.

Highly sought-after, this edition of a rare early seventeenth century grimioire has never before appeared in English. Occult scholar Stephen Skinner, along with magician and author David Rankine, trace the history of the Keys and offer full transcriptions of four key seventeenth century manuscripts in the British Library and in the Bodleian Library.
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