Abramelin the Mage (1362-1460), a Jew from Wurxburg, Germany. Abraham, or Abramelin, also known as Abraham the Jew or Abra-Melin composed a body of magical works which left their mark on Alexander Sanders and Aleister Crowley. Abra-Melin was an expert of the Kabbalah and proclaimed that he was taught magical knowledge by angels. They told him how to conjure and tame demons to become his personal servants and workers. He also was taught how to raise storms. His magic is frequently referred to as Abra-Melin magic.
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Abramelin the Mage
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Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage
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The Mystica: Abra-Melin
Article on Abramelin the Mage (1362-1460), a Jew from Wurxburg, Germany.
The Seventeenth Chapter, Book III, Sacred Magick of Abramelin The Mage
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The Third Book of the Sascred Magic
Descriptions of each chapter and images of the squares.
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