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Tranflated into Englifh by Robert Turner. The Nature of Spirits.w\W LONDON". Of Geomancy.Henry Qornelius (iAgrip])a-> Fourth BOOK OF HIS O ecu It P hilofophy. . zArbatel of Magick. Magical Elements ofTeterde <iAbano. Printed by^fkln Publifhers. Astronomical Geomancy. 16 Ennismore Ave at the Eaft-endof Chyfvvick.1978 .

First English edition published First Facsimile edition 1655 1978 Published by Askin Publishers Ltd 1 6 Ennismore Avenue Chiswick London W4 England ISBN 9503876 7 3 © Askin Publishers Ltd Distributed in the USA by 625 Broadway. Samuel Weiser Inc. New York. N. 10012 USA Typographic restitution by Graham Knight Typeset by Academic Typesetting printed by Unwin Brothers Limited TBE GRESHAM PRESS OLD WOKING SURREY ENGLAND .Y.

Jti-o... . This is volume 4 of: Source Works of Mediaeval and Renaissance Magic Volume 1: A True & Faithful Relation of Spirits for Many what Passed Yeers Between Dr... .. John Dee. Limited Edition of 500 copies handbound of which this in leather is number. and some Meric Casaubon Volume 2: The Archidoxes of Magic Paracelsus Volume 3: Three Books of Occult Philosophy Henry Cornelius Agrippa .

Bounds. Miracles. Magical Elements 73 — Peter de Abano IV Isagoge: An Introductory Discourse on the nature of such Spirits as are exercised in the sublunary their Original. or Of Magical Ceremonies: The Fourth Book — Henry Cornelius Agrippa Of Occult 32 III Heptameron: or.CONTENTS The Preface to the unprejudiced Reader Commendatory Poems I Of Geomancy 1 — Henry II Cornelius Agrippa Philosophy. Offices. Prophecies. Powers. and be expelled and driven away how they may 107 — Georg Pictorius Villinganus 155 V VI Of Astronomical Geomancy — Gerard Cremonensis 177 Of the Magick of the Ancients — Arbatel . Names. Illusions.

and superstitious and divellish. This However. soldier. that I am a sorcerer. and this is by no means a belittlement of Agrippa himself says: his other attainments for as 'Some that are perverse . his main claim to an important place in the history of the thought of the period is as a magician. a priest. though scarce having seen the title. may take the name of Magick the worse sense and. or one superstitious or divellish. Gerard of Cremona. amongst learned men prophet' this signify a sorcerer.... a work on geomancy in his De . A glance at the table of contents will confirm that only the first two treatises actually claim to be by Henry Cornelius Agrippa. Bartholomew of Parma. offend pious ears. but a wise man. and physician. cry out that I teach forbidden Arts.INTRODUCTION It The Fourth Book of is repeated by one 'authority' after another. being a writer. volume let us examine each Of Geomancy — Henry Probably it is Cornelius Agrippa this treatise in 1526 when he sent to Again Agrippa refers to Incertitudine (Cap 13) where after listing earlier geomancies by Haly. sow the seed of Heresies. obviously without any reference to the text itself. and scandalize excellent wits. and Tundinus. is amazing how often Philosophy is it is said that Occult spurious. Turning to the contents of treatise in turn: I. he says of his own geomantic treatise "I too have which is mentioned by Agrippa Metz for his work on geomancy. Agrippa (1486—1535) was in many ways an all round Renaissance man. For this volume is not so much a single book as a collection of six treatises on various aspects of practical magic and divination. who in indeed that a is am a Magician: to whom I answer. that a Magician doth not.

New York. but elsewhere admits that Agrippa was so prolific that it was impossible to be sure exactly what amongst posthumously published material was actually by him. II. or Of Magical Ceremonies: The Fourth Book — Henry Cornelius Agrippa after Agrippa's death. The actual practice of geomancy is set out in a rather compressed form. Johannes Weir. 1977. For example the table on page 6 is not very clear. who was for a while Agrippa's disciple and amanuensis.Vlll written a superstitious geomancy quite different from the rest but no less and fallacious or if you wish I will even say if 'mendacious'" Agrippa was nothing not frank about his own work! Geomancy was from the 12th to the 17th Century one of the major forms of divination in Europe. This text on geomancy is extremely interesting in that it provides much of the material for later derivative works on the subject. declared in one of his voluminous works that this treatise was not after the style of his master. This treatise which appeared in Latin about 30 years is effectively a self contained grimoire or grammar of sorcery which draws upon the Three Books of Occult Philosophy for its theoretical background. Reconstructions of these. is concerned with the mechanics of geomantic second part with their application'in an astro- and the third. Of Occult Philosophy. and by far the bulkiest part. and the diagram on the following page suffers severely from the deficiencies of the printer's art. taking second place to astrology but precedence over the tarot. concerned with the meanings of each of the sixteen geomantic figures in each of the 12 Houses of heaven. The first part of this book is divination. So as to preserve the facsimile quality of the text these have not been altered. it expands greatly Agrippa 's remarks on the subject in his Three Books of Occult Philosophy. the logical context. Interestingly. After an initial excursion into an astrological system . together with complete instructions for geomantic practice appear in the present writer's The Oracle of Geomancy. and a history of the subject in Divinatory Geomancy. Warner Destiny.

There is special emphasis on the benedictions to consecration of water. together with works on geomancy and magic often attributed to him. the preparation and condition of the Magus. The form of these pentacles is similar to some given in The Key of Solomon where the picture is drawn representing a Biblical or Apocalyptic theme and then surrounded with the appropriate verse details of consecration of the various instruments necessary for the art of magic. Many. philosophy and astronomy are extent. which is to be the sanctum sanctorum for the practice of magic and the use of the Liber Spirituum. oils and perfumes. Further Agrippa explains dream oracles and the tablets and talismans requisite for this art. III. and dealing with Nature spirits as well as the spirits of the grimoires. However it is easier to consider the Heptameron or Magical Elements and the Geomantia as by him: as he had quite a well paid practice as a physician tial . suf be used. The work then touches upon the consecration of the circle. Magical Elements — Peter de Abano Peter of Abano (1250—131 7) was one of the most influen- men of learning of his time. This book must be inscribed with the image and sigil of the spirit together with the oath which it must take when it is conjured. so covering the various forms of invocation not requiring a circle. according to their rank and dignity. He outlines the type of place in which the ceremony must take place. Agrippa goes on to discuss the magnitudes of the stars and their symbols. Agrippa then explains how to make pentacles and what signs are to be used in their preparation. or Book of Spirits. unctions. Agrippa reaches the details of the actual invocation of spirits. the latter possibly spurious. prayers and types of conjurations. The familiar shapes of the spirits of the various planets are delineated to identify a particular spirit with its planetary ruler. Heptameron: or.IX for generating the names of good and evil spirits. Finally. of his writings on medicine. the fumigations. is explained. the names to be worn and the days and times in which the operation is permissible. fire. Details of the and Godname. A set of characters for both good and evil spirits follows.

Amongst the less salubrious works from his pen was a work on poisons. the Heptameron is the best known. The Heptameron has well earned its reputation as a key work on practical magic and it follows in the tradition of Trithemius' Steganographia in as much as it catalogues the names of many angels and the times of their conjuration. In many ways Abano's instructions for invocation are . may have first appeared in Latin at Venice in 1496 before being bound with Agrippa in 1565. the Elucidarium Necromanticum and Liber Experimentorum Mirabilium de Annulis Secundum 28 Mansiones Lunae. The names of the hours and the angels ruling them follows his succinct description of the circle. or 'Book of marvelous experiments with rings according to the 28 mansions of the practice as a physician. He commences certain fortress to his which is described as a defend the operator safe from the evil spirits.and a place above after his treatise keep up. especially as he was in some trouble with the in society to remained in Inquisition. The Heptameron. it is conceivable that the manuscript form till sometime death. commissioned by the then incumbent pope. studied medicine in Paris before returning to Padua to Towards the end of his life he was actually accused of practicing sorcery by the Inquisition and was imprisoned. its beginning and end. He was later acquitted but then re-arrested and died in prison in 131 7 whilst awaiting trial. a magical text by the Arab pseudo—Magriti. Next follow the consecrations and benedictions to be performed before the magical operation. which draws heavily on the Picatrix. He moon'. giving the names cribing the composition circle book on of the the magical elements by des- for each season. Orations similar to those in the Key of Solomon are given for the donning of robes before the ceremony. the manufacture of the garments to be worn and the pantacle to be used as a lamen on the magician's breast. but Naude states that two other books of his were banned after his death. the exorcism of the fire. possibly Pope Honorius IV. Of the books of magic attributed to Peter.

specific instructions are given for each day of the week beginning with the circle to be used. their origin. but quite faithful to the originals and conscientiously acknowledged.. prophecies. His first publications (1530) were medical works.. These conjurations are primarily qabalistic words of power. Pliny. In 1563 Pictorius published the work here translated. and how they may be expelled. Pictorius began his career as a schoolmaster at Freiburg-imBreisgau where he became an and professor of medicine. After these. often unimaginative. The Isagoge set out as a conversation between the . with the occasional word of Greek or Gnostic derivation cropping up every so often. In the Isagoge Pictorius cites Apuleius.XI straightforward than most grimoires the emphabeing on the careful recitation of the conjurations in latin to the spirits of the elements. miracles. illusions. The fourth treatise is an introductory discourse on the nature of such spirits as occur in the sublunary sphere. Much of Pictorius writing is a summary of earlier writers. Galen and Oppian. his sigil. Peter also wrote a geomancy which is a sis much more classic in its field. IV. Pliny. powers. before taking the position of physician at the archducal court at Ensisheim in Alsace. Trithemius and Marcus Cherrhonesus (whom he refers to as a 'distinguished devotee blichus. collections and tabulations of mediaeval authors such as Macer on herbs and Marbod on gems. neatly complimenting the two studies of the subject included in this collection. is of demons'). scholia. the name of the angel for the day. As such Pictorius' writings are valuable in accurately indicating the longevity and survival of the ideas on magic which he puts forth. commentaries. or classical writers such as Hippocrates. Isagoge Of the Nature of Spirits — Georg Pictorius Villinganus (c 1500-1569) . offices. names. Aristotle. Iam- MD ' a Saxo Grammaticus. planet and sign of the zodiac. which precede a specific conjuration suitable for the day in question. Psellus (whom he calls necromancer) Peter Lombard. together with his ministers and the names of power to be used at each quarter. Augustina.

It was certainly important then. all of which he attributes to the agency of the devil. who were of three degrees. gems and precious metals as well as buried treasure.Xll The argument classical Greek twins Castor and Pollux. help or succor unto another. but the name of one that doth administer. Sappho and Diocletian concerning the position of spirits in the world. Peter of Lombard. the . as well as being an insight into the attitude of the period towards magic. and whom Pliny calleth a god" This book is an important essay for the time because it seeks to differentiate between the evil spirits of Christian theology and Greek daemons. for the discovery of buried treasure by the use of spirits was an all absorbing pastime. Pictorius' armory against spirits is very traditional and includes. and tentatores and insidiatores (who accompany each man as his evil genius). and goes into detail about the different demons. is examined in detail. distinguishing between northern and southern sublunar demons. ranging from spirits of the air up to what Homer called gods. Various acts of the devil and his ministers on earth together with accounts of apparitions and the occurrence of spirits naturally are then invoked with long anecdotes from Pliny. The doctrine that spirits are guardians of the treasures of the earth. attempts to prove that the word daemon "is not an horrible or odius name. Pictorius dwells at some length upon the different types of divination. This book forms a bridge between the magical theory of Iamblicus of Chalcis and the grimoires such as Peter de Abano's Heptameron. In days before banks the burial of treasure was quite a common occurrence and its discovery by accident or magic almost as common. to between these types of spirit. and the form and nature of their bodies. criminatores and exploratores. In many ways this book is an excellent summary of all of the diverse influences both Christian and pagan which came together during the late middle ages and early renaissance to form the magical tradition of the west. It in fact is almost a bibliography of source books on magic and stories about demons. Using the form of dialogue Pictorius is able to set forth the objections of the church and counter each one distinguish the difference by referring to various authorities including scripture. and of interest to practical magicians now.

Working at Toledo he is credited by his pupils with translating most of the Greek and Arabic texts available in the middle ages. the sword. the bell and even the shaking of keys and clash of arms! Unfortunately Pictorius took a very strong line against witches and would have them all put to death. concerning sublunar matters'. Galen. which Pictorius thought were both fertile and potent! Johannes Weir. but this seems unlikely.xm name of Jesus. spoke rather slightingly of Pictorius' 'jejune writing . Of Astronomical Geomancy— Gerard Cremonensisf 1 1 14-87 ') Gerard of Cremona was pehaps one of the greatest translators of the twelfth century having been responsible for translating into Latin the Almagest of Ptolemy (the most influential book on astrology of the age) works by Aristotle. the figures are immediately translated into their planetary or zodiacal equivalents and placed into a horoscope. it is obvious that the author was a Christian. a town near Cremona. The bulk of the treatise is devoted to questions of the different astrological Houses and their intepretation according to the geomantically generated planets and signs occupying that house. Avicenna. VI. Of M&gic\a. a total of 71 different texts. some of immense size. not so much for their non-Christian or malefic activities. but for having carnal intercourse with spirits.Arbatel This small treatise on the magic of the ancients was issued at Basel in 15 75 as Arbatel. Because of .. contumelies. Euclid. De Magia Veterum. The Astronomical Geomancy offers a different system of geomancy to that outlined by Agrippa in the first treatise in this volume. suf fumigations.. Agrippa's pupil already mentioned above. fire. by the liberal sprinkling of pious sentiments and Biblical quotes. Critics have suggested that our present text was translated by Gerard of Sabbionetta. It may be that the publication of this work by Pictorius with the alleged Fourth Book by his master prompted Weir to deny the authenticity of the latter. Although the points are generated in the same manner. and many more. Despite the fact that the word Arbatel is also printed in Hebrew. V.

and an enumeration of the legions of spirits under their command. Each is also attributed various planetary correspondences. forms the introduction or Isagoge. Translation This translation lection is of six treatises. The first 'tome' containing 49 Aphorisms upon the general precepts of magic. a list of powers. E. appears to be derived from this Aphorism with additional details drawn from other parts of this volume. perhaps even a Neapolitan magistrate.XIV and 31st Aphorisms to obscure details ofItalian history. (In the text the number of Provinces is put at 186 of which 32 are ruled by Bethor. The word 'ArbateV however. However the preface to the book claims eight more. which is quite faithful and has. moreover. and is the only part included in the edition of 1575 or its present translation. For example the 16th Aphorism concerns itself with the 7 Olympic Spirits and their Provinces. Waite (who was only too happy of other translators) gave Robert work the highest accolade when he wrote: 'I shall depart from my usual custom of translating at first hand. a sigil. but that of a revelatory angel of one of the four quarters. Although it is likely that the first 'tome' was the only one actually written it more than once overlaps with what should references in the 30th have followed. of the version of Robert Turner. the author may have been from that country. the pleasant flavour of antiquity'. and make use. The translation was published in 1655 just one year before Turner's to criticize the scholarship . Each Olympic Spirit is said to govern an epoch of 490 years (of which the current governing spirit is Ophiel). for with the later arrangement each Olympic spirit rules 7 less Provinces than its predecessor). as a latin manuscript dated 1518. This is probably a misprint for 196 and 42 respectively. It is interesting to note that a recently published grimoire called The Secret Grimoire of Turiel by Marius Malchus which was supposedly discovered in Las Palmas in 1927. of which none appear to be extant. is probably not an assumed name. the first English translation of this colA. This book supposedly contains nine 'tomes'..

It was erroneously titled to give the impression that it contained all three books. and less open minded than in the late Renaissance. It is hoped to issue all three as Volume 3 in the present series. The two other volumes which deal more closely with correspondences. Turner felt obliged to defend magic in terms of his own period. invocation. less honest. In fact it contains only the first book which is concerned mainly with 'natural' or sympathetic magic. which was issued by Willis Whitehead in 1897. only spirits remain miraculous. The latter took all of nature. For the idea of spirits is no longer open to dispute :it has simply been dumped on the scrap heap. and feel that both fields were equally within his area of study. since the beginning of the last century an insidious siderable as he . using Biblical and Classical quotations. the fabulous 'burning glas' long since having been accommodated within the realms of the known. Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy were also translated by Robert Turner. John Dee). the Qabalah. as his territory: he could be equally interested in spirits or in the refractive and image projecting properties of glass lenses (as was Dr. and evocation have not in fact been reprinted in English since Turner's original translation. and has been subsequently reprinted several times. However. Today. but to date have not been reprinted except for a 'modernised' version of the first volume only. fear and poison) and the committed student of 'natural philosophy' for whom the gates of experimental science were just beginning to open. including that which seemed beyond nature. and to point out the difference between malefici or venefici ( the sorcerers or poisoners who relied for the most part on low cunning. equally outside his range ofscientific certainty: both were to him still miraculous. or supernatural. or if you prefer.XV his translation of Paracelsus' work Of the Supreme Mysteries of Nature which is published as The Archidoxes of Magic. But today opinion is in a sense less open to experiment. Volume 2 of the Source Works of Mediaeval and Renaissance series. Magic in Turner's contribution to the spread of magical knowledge the vernacular in the seventeenth century England is con- made some of the best occult writings of the time generally available.

— Stephen Skinner London. thereby avoiding the essence of magic as it was worked prior to the nineteenth century. This is not to say that there is not a great deal of value in a Jungian or Reichian approach to magic. which has allowed modern apologists for magic to hint that the changes are all internal and psychological. It is the loss of the latter half (macro cosmic part) of the definition. just that it leaves a proportion of magic unaccounted for. but how can a subject develop which narrows its focus so far as to throw out the bulk of its theory (for the belief in external entities was a central belief) without actually improving on its techniques? It is for this reason that this book and others in the same series are being republished. just as oppressive in its own way as religious bias.XVI phenomena has begun to grow up within magic itself. the latter stages can be explained by invoking religious and mystical precedents. In some ways this modern growth is an extension of the religiously orientated defence of magic. except that it is in fact a scientifically orientated defence. a phenomena roughly equivalent to Turner's seventeenth century attempts to make magic acceptable in the eyes of his religiously minded contemporaries. One might say that magic has developed over the last couple of centuries. aimed at improving the interior man andenabling him to transcend his limitations of personality and achieve enlightenment. March 1978 . This definition also includes the 'magical technologies' such as the various forms of divination which are necessary adjuncts to the above. through spiritual agencies which have been evoked or invoked from either the microcosm (man's own normally subconscious wellsprings of power) or the macrocosm (the universe). as there has always been a compulsion by apologists to bend their argument into a contemporary mould. Magic is basically the science and art of causing change to occur in conformity with Will. to bring forward some of the best thought in the field. before it is smothered by a mass of 'scientific' rationalisation. The early stages of this phenomena can easily be explained away in terms of Jungian psychology — the pursuit of integration.

Magical Elements ofPeterde nAbano.Henry Qornelius aAgrippas Fourth BOOK OF HIS O ecu lc P hilofophy. at the Lamb attheEaft-endof Pauls. 1655. LONDON'. ^ohn Harrifon . for . C. Astronomical Geomancy. Printed by ?. The Nature of Spirits. Of Geomancy. Translated into Englifh by Robert Turner. <iArbatel of Magick.


people and countries.10. found the Art after long ftudy and labour altogether ridiculous. multi reprehendunt. who held that kingdomeby him. who had the mod excellent Magicians of the Eaft tftU Hisl - - lent him by Tyridates king of Armenia. ufurped that Title. Many men there are.The To PREFACE all the unprejudiced Reader. are workes donemeerely bychedevili. For Magick which the ancients didfo divinely contemplate.fcoffeth thereat : for Nero (faith Pliny) tRn. that abhor the very name and word Magus. But Magicke and Witchcraft are far differing Sciences 3 whereof Pliny being ignorant. ci intelligum. the hiftories of all ages. familiar with evill Spirits. which with refpect unto ibme covenant made with man.and as dogges barke ac thofe they know not : fo doe ma* ny condemne and hate the things they underftand not. A whereby is 2 . S the fall of man made himfelfe and of Time other creacures fubjecl to vanity j fo. Now Wirchcraft and Sorcery. the raoft noble and excellent Arts wherewith the Rational foul was indued.iib. that is . But Magus is a Perfian word primitively.coaccomplifh his evill ends: of thefe. are by the rufty canker brought unto Corruption.many reprehend. as alfothe holy Scriptures. who being indeed not <Magus 9 but Goes. & ficut canes ignotos femper allatrant: Few underftand.he acleth by men his inftruments. becaufe of Simon reafon thereof . afford us fundry examples. is fcandalized with bearing the badg of all diabolical forceries: which Arc (faith Mirandula} Fauit felfe.

which is called divine Magick . acknowledged that his Angels are minifters and mefleogers which attend the worfliip of the true God 5 he alfo hath delivered. & fomtimes of him that which latter fence ic is is in the ferviceof God :in taken in to worfliip JefuSj and this is the firft and higheft kinde.The isexprefl: Preface. are ail unlawful Arts comprehended . and fuch Arts which are effeded by combination with the devil a and whereof he is a party. as Necromancy and Witchcraft. Thefe Af4//A. and as Plato a ffirmeth .2.• is a god by nature. that Magut is a name fometime of him that .i. .and enemies to mankind. fucha one as is altogecher converfanc m things divine-. is the beginning of knowledge. So that the word Magus of it felf imports a Contemplator of divine heavenly Sciences but under the name of Magick.ihat there are devils earthly and wandring. Scribes and Pharifees \ and amongft the Babylonians they were differenced by the name of Caldcans-y 8z by the Perfians they were called Magicians . humanitatis immicos % Soft hen ts afcribeth the due Majefty to Che true God. Thefe wifemen the Greeks call Philofophers $ and amongft the Egyptians they were termedPriefts :theHebrews termed them Cabaliftos. and thefe the Latines did intitle (afltmts i or wife men r for the feare and worfliip of God. Prophets.ufeththele words : Etverum Dfum merit a majejlate profcquitur . that Magus is either l^tf *t/W Qtl(} or Si&mvrif ei*»* that is.-and one fpeaking of Sofihenes y or\t of the ancientMagicians. the arc of Magickistheart of worfhipping God and the Perfians called their gods M*>r* • hence Afollonlus faith. artgelos minifires Deiyfed vert e)w vtnerationi novit afsifttreydtm d&monas prodit terrenos^Vagos. when the wife men came & & & -.2.

clay 5 or otherwife (as it xvereftcramentaliter) to efTcft thofe things which the devil by other means bringeth to pafs. that by this part of Ma- A gick or Aftrologie. deinde Phcenicts^ dtmum Egjptios SaDivina docuerit. cerdates. fecond kind of Magick is A ftrologie. (apitnUa omnium prtjlantiflimuf. and to this day partly. if not altogether. did firft teach the Calde- & & ans . which judgeth of the events of things to come. Afirotegia Abraham the holicft and wifeft of men. Abraham found out the knowledge of the true dea. are the corruptions which have made odious the very name of the motions and influences of the (tars upon thefe lower elementSjby them obferv'd&underftoodPhilo ^uddttu affirmeth . Abraham (antlitatt primum CaUdtos . natural and humane. ( faith God while he lived inCal- gni ContemplathntCrtaturarum^cognovlt Creator tm Damafcen) who knew the Creator by the contemplation of the creature. who withoucthe Arc of Magicke do indeed ufe the helpe of the devill himfelfe to do mifchiefe • praclifingtomix che powder of dead bodies with other things by the help of the devill prepared . and at other times to make pi&ures of counterfeit the higheft and moil noble part of it. are alfo called •> or ventfci forcerers or poifoners of which name witches are rightly called. together with the motions of the Stars and other heavenly bodies.The Preface. foftphus reporteth of %^4brahamjX\z\ he intruded the Egyptians in Arithmetickand Aftronomy. Such were.havingchiefly fought^as the manerof all impoflures is.who before Abraham's coming unto them. knew none of thefe Sciences. Thefe Witches and Necromancers Malefici .

that divine Magician and Philofopher. Zoroafler was well thus defined.Firtutes inuniro centri latemes 5 Vertues hidden in the centre of the Centre.attained to much Divine knowledg of the Creator through the ftudie of Magick and Aftrologie 5 as his Writings.laftly the Egypcian Priefts. ans. to this day extant a- mong us. andextracleththemoutof Natures hidden bofome to humane ufe. In all thefe. and of Paradife • approveth the immortality of the foul teacheth Truth.then the Phcenicians. difcourfing of the abftinence and charity of the iJMagi. Hope. who (as fome fay) lived long before 2Vc«£. Without doubt. Aftrologie and Divine knowledge. &c. Faith.The Preface.*/* git eft connexio a viro fapiente agentiumpermturamcum patientibuf i /fbii congruenttr refycndenlibus prodeant. teftifie. which he would not inveftigate by any natural knowledge : he fpeaketh of Angels. . -.tothe bringing forth of fuch effects as are wonderful to thofe that know not their caufes. and Love . The Magick thefe men profefs'd. efpecially in the firft and the higheft : for in his Oracles he confefleth God to be the firftand thehigheftj he believeth of the Trinity . Hermes Trifmegiflu* . utinde Optra torum admitaxiom quicaufam ignorant. anfwerableeach to other. The third kinde of Magick containcth Philofophy of Nature 5 inmoft vertues. wrought by a wife man. Of . nonfim Magick is the connexion of natural agents and patients. according to the Chymifts of this fort were Albtr: the whole which bringeth to light the tus> Arnoldui dt villa nova^Rajmond^Bacon^z^d others.

the guide of all good. un- begotten. without parts. Dagon. of falfhood with truth. may well be embraced : As in the ancienc worihipis So that a Magician . Neither can it dehort wife and learned men . K^dflamh. ingtruius y expert partium. fapiens^ facra. no other but divinorumcultor a (ludious obferver and expounder of divine things 5 and the Art it felf is none other quam Naturalis Philofophia abfoluta confummatio^ then the abfolute perfection of Natural Philofophy. ApllO) and the like. Theologie of the Phoenicians.moft like himfelf. Neverthelefs there is a mixture in all things. pater \uris . of corruption with puri ty. Neither did theabufe of Aftrology rerrifie Abraham.the wifeft.the beft. wife by nature. fine doclrina ]a(lttibilittm .perfec~t. becaufe the devil was Co adored in the Image of Baal . Chemojh. & interpret ping of God by SacrifTce.the purity. (if we believe the moft ancient and religiousWriters) from obferving the motions and natures of the heavenly bodies. incorruptible. word for word God the firft.expe<5ting no every kinde. having learned juftice without teaching.the truth .The Treface. nature uni&• Thus faith Zoroafler.there was no man knowing God among the Elders. muntra non expeftant. optlmttsrfrudentifsimtts. Jupiter. or condemn that kinde of Wor/hip. that did forbear to worfhip the God of all power. on inventor t : natura perftttus. everlafting. the father of right . the onely inventor thereof. The good. ultng Zoyoajler'% own words: H&c ad V(rbumfcribit(fo\th Euf(b:us) Dtut primus } incorruptithis Zorcafier s Eufebiui in the Of fcmpittrnus . of good with evil. mi//imus y bonorum am perdotiu* . fibiipfi/iomnium auriga.

influences. which retain onely the dregs of Spices. and let the Wine efcape . that we fhould relapfe into thatchildifh in a Age.which attraft all without diftinguiuYing . But that amongft others this may find fome acceptation. I incite But the Reader to a charitable opinion hereof.Tumcr. Qui pirn eft. and of candor and indifference : and of Readers. fine ambo in co»jf>ctlfi in this enterprife I have in tuo malt dr ret. and inclinations.knowing that they may reap good thereby.havingbeen folong from the malicious prejudiced . and the lazie affe&ers of Ignorance. R. which receive. I muft expect Come calumnies and obtreflations againft this. Chriftian Proteftation of an innocent purpofe therein and intrcac Reader to follow this advice of TTab& think that of others. Some there are of the laft fort. enlightned in Gods path. And they who are fevere againfr it. they (hall pardon this my opinion.The men In thefe Treface.\6^. To . the Councel in France. days from attributing thofe venues. of whom there be four forts. to the Stars and other Lights of heaven. and to them I prefent this Occult PhiA>/fy£/.and pour out as faft • Bags. which God hath given to chofe his glorious creatures. it object to ' LondoHi \\\i.not given. fnmme all And therefore 1 prefent it without difguifc. was forbid to be read. in which AriQotlcs Metaphyficks. And this comfort that Axiome of Trifmegiftuf . But our ftomacks arc not now fo qucazie and tender after fo long time feeding upon folid Divinity j nor we fo umbragious and itanJing. which themfelves deferve. of whom this age fwarms : but the voiceand found of the Snake and the Goofe is all one. it is takcn. as one obferves : Spunges. man. that fuch their feverity proceeds from Self-guilcinefs • and give me leave to apply that of Ennoditts that it is the nature of Self. and Sieves. Qui littgant.j4t4g. Hour-glafTes. is the defire of phi/ofophatur. with a . And if there be any fcandal of mine.wickcdncls. And it is all the comfort which the guilty have. Not to find any innocent. which retain the beft onely.

Cantabrigian b To . remalntth fledfafllj Fix'don thofe objells i ]ult like him I ftand. whilfl thou Wear'Jl crowns of Praife on thy deferving brow* I. AS one that \uU out of aTrance appears. Behold Agrippa mounting th' lofty skies. And more thenth'u his bookfupplies : but we Blinde mortals . no ways could be led to fee That light without a taper : then thou to us CMujlbe Agrippa ana an Oedipus. Allkindes of Spirits willing fubjetfs be. Talking with gods . by thee Pui'd oHto*th'a]hesof Antiquity. drfgrippa-j. Rapt in amazement to behold that can By art come neer the gods . and then anon be pries lnt* earths deep cabinet. Kjimaztd with fit anger fights. Agrippa once again appears.To his fpecial friend Mr. but doubtful whether he May credit's eyes. as t' Mercury. on his judicious Tranflation of Corn. that far excel The Angels that in thofe bright Spheres do dwelt. whofefecrtt fears Are fcarcelyp&H. ^Turner.P>B. Let fquint-ey'd envie pine away.

So that if an hundred tongues Dame Nature had beftow'd and brax. But if the gods will grant what I docrave. Turner. . at well a* polite phrafes. then imitate. John' sCambr.P. till thcmfelves art laid in mold') But jludioHs of Publike good. dofi make of th' fruits of thy labours to partakeTherefore if fome caption* Critick^blame Thy Writings. Soul / renown'd Epitome Learning and Occult Philcfophie • That unknown Geomancte do/} impart. fur cly then his judgement*s lame. felft That heretofore were known to very few. IV.. I fhoutd want ftrength. . upon THrice-noble his Tranilation. without compare Excellent. T / Expojing Myfl cries to publike view.To his ingenious friend Mr. Not hell-born Necromancie to unmask. S. {As bafe'covetow Mifers AH Which can far better carp. Of With profound Secrets of that abftrufe Art expound Natural Magick. Nay Zoilus or Momus will not dare Blame thy Tranflat ion. Art hath no hater but an empty pate. Profits none. .en lungs Tet rightly to ebuccinate thy praifes. Then Enoch*/ Tranjlationfkalt thou have. Thou dofi not keep thy Knowledge to thy do their pelf • Whofe numerous bags of rufl-eaten gold. it thy task.

Adding perhaps what th' Author ne'er did fee That we may fay. B. or the great Ca\chz'sfpirit ? What it become o' th' Augurs thatforetold Nature's intents ? Are th'Mzgi dead. we Uclc'd an Oedi pus. Is But now collect ini one Monopoly. CantabrigU. ceasd A polio not a ? or Caflandra left ? Has {harp-fang d Time bereft Us of the Oracles ? Is Dodarwgrow word proceed from Jove Cut down ? Does ne'er a Into the ears of mortals that inherit Tire fias foul. To thee the greater half of th' praife is dues* J. all's in vain .To his friend the (lAuthor 7 on this bis Tranjlation. b a To . Sibyl WHat. Agrippa 5 all their Arts lie couch'd in thecs. Thou doll the Art renew : . that could TeS what was done in every Sphere ? Shall we Not know what's done in the remot'fl Country Without great travel ? Can V we belowt defcry The mindc o th 'gods above ? ^A 11's done by thee. Th' Art that before in divers heads did lie. : Whofhould interprets meaning unto us This thou efecl'Jl with fuch dexterity.

To U4 not darkly but doth clearly flew . thoufhaXt he Sole Prophet^ we obedient to thee* To . Knowledge of IntoGeomancy My[ley its as thejhrine in you. we have Thou whtchyet. to which all men (hallflee In time of danger . on his Tranjlation of Cornelius Agrippa. Which Prototype thy knowledge hath explain*A $ lias Which Nature atJo {{riving to combines .unlefs hadji unmaslid^ c myflery't had lain . Which fine e thou hajlfrom Prefervdy the Lethaean floods we'll confeet ate the Lawrel buds To thee: (Phoebus difmijfed) thine (hall be The Oracle. PA of Learning th* art. Science and Learning.To tbeaJfuthor. if Goddefs nam'd . in thit Form of thlneLJ. A task too hard for mortals to explain. accefs 5 By thypermifsion 'tit. Inthral Oar willing hearts } yea. thy predtcl ions jhall^ To whatfoever thou command'ft.

who {hall Loft goods regain . Th' Oracles not ceaf'd AgrippaV bed (Likf the Arabian birds felf buildtd neft. That could predict what things fliould furely come And they are filent that knew when t' apply 7" our body P o lit iclt^Purge and Phlebotomy. How will bold thieves our treafures rob. ji miracle to vulgar s. Which firft her Zirn proves. of St. on his Tranflation of Cornelius Agrippa. Phoebus is not brain-fick^t Joyes doves not dead.John V in Cambridge* To .To the ^Author. then her quickjning reft Hath theeprodue'd more then his equal fure» Elfe had tnit Art as yet remained obfeure. ceafe to anfwer t' our demands ? not accept at mortals hands DOth PhccbuJ he Or will A {ad Bidental f Inhabitable ? And u Sibyls cave Or may Tircfns have No fuccejfor nor rival } How (hall we Then Oedipus to th* world diretl f If he Inceft aide to Parricide.- John Tomlinfon. That th' younger brother hath the better brain* . th* are dumb. or by his Charms recal Do : The nocent t Th* Art it by thee repriv'd : In thee the Magifeem to be reviv'd. Scarce read by deepeft apprehenfion* Then ril conclude Since thou doft him explain. well known to none.

and though toyeeld he doth deny. Art undertakings MOfi Prudence And a bargain make. Cantabrigicu To . Both (had revive. on his Tranjlation of Occult Thilofophj and Geomancie. Th* haft got the fiart : though he triumph Yet may hh /vie wait upon your Bays. SpeltThe^futhor thought not. and make SpettatoTs know The beft defervers of the Lawrel bow. noble / at if (hould t' impart Refulgent lufires : you fend forth a ray Which nobleft Patrons never could difplay. Whofe fparkjing Fancie with more power can quell. u4ndfooner conquer.To his good friend the Author . Which (hould exalt hit then-mofl pleafant vein* But feeing that a later progeny Hath fnatch'd hU honour from obfeurity. then a Afagick. {when he pen'd the Book ) To be fur mounted by a higher look^t Or be o*ertopt b' a more triumphant flrein. S. Nature and tArt here fir ive* the vttlory in praife. : To get M. Well may Dia na love you and infpire Tour nob left Genius with c deleft ial fire.

Bow ff Undent will they in thine own appear I Then go thou on % brave fcut. Tranjlated to an Englifb garb fo fit 1" illuflrate him ? for that thou haft. of St. ohnV in Cambridge. Romane garments. Eniightned his obfeme Philofophie • And that which didfo intricate remain. may [peak tbypraifc. ytffJat u*tl view ? Agrippa made to wear An Englifl) habit ? Or are bis Sure 'tis fomcthing rare. by tby Wit. And fear no Criticks : for thou. Jf then thy beams through fuch dark works jhlne clear . by a Spell. Canfi force their tongues within their teeth to dwell. Tabor. Jo. . Thou halt expos' d to ev'ry vulgar brain.] To the aJuthor . on this bis ingenious Tranjlation of Cornelius Agrippa. we fee. to fpreadfucb rap Of Learning through the world.


wherefore this Art is appropriated to this Element of Earth . that whereas this kinde of Arc forth nothing of verity . to every queftion of every thing whatfoever. and therefore they firft ufed cercaine holy incantations and B deprecations. . according to the courfe and forms of the Signes and Planets. and Hydromancy to the Element of Water : Then whereas they fudged the hand of the Pro/e<ftor or Worker to be moft powerfully moved . affiiraing their natures and proprieties. and directed to the terreflriall call in •• w fpirits. even as Pyromancy to the fire. but the Art hereofconfifteth efpecially in certain points where- of certain figures are deducted according to the reafon or rule of equality or inequality.liflSSII$l Henry Cornelius Agrippa. likeneflcor unlikeneflej which Figures are alfo reduced to the Coeleftiall Figures. unlefs it fliall be radtcan declare or fhe fome fablime vertue . and this the Authours of this Science have demonftrated to be two-fold the one whereof confifls in Religion and Ceremonies . notwithftanding this in the firft place we are toconfider. whetby the judgement may be rendred by lot# or deftiny . ' Eo m a n c y is an Art of Divination. of (jeomancy. and therefore they will have the Projeclingsof the points of this Art to bee made with fignes in the Earth.

this which is in the very foule it felfe of the Projector. and of necefiity hath efficacy and is moved to that which the foule it felf defircs. for Art hath a naturall obedience to the foulc it felfe. with their names* The .2 Henrj Corntl'm Agrippa. that all proceed ro the Figures upon which this whole Art is founded are onely fixteen . unleffe with aconflantand exceffive Now then that wee may affection of the Querent himfelfe : Praxis of this Art. neither matters it where or how thefe points are projected . with other rites and obfervations. and this way isby far more true and pure . Another power there is that doth d iretft and rule this Lot or For- tune. therefore this Arc hath the fame Radix with the Art of Aflrologicall Queftions : which alfo can no otherwife bee verified . when he is carried to this work wich fome great egreffe of his ownedefire.provoking and alluring fpirics of this nature hereunto. as in this following Table you fhall fee noted. firftitistobeknowne. deprecations.

Thegreater Fortune. * * * * * * Via. * * * .ofGeomancy.

Profit . which is the Houfe of the Sun : Via and Topulus have the figne of Cancer . and Rubevs are Figures afcribed toUMars . or combuft : ^onjunHio and Albus are both Figures of LMercury . the Houfes of Satumt: The Dragons head and taile are thusdivided. or placed in leffc dignities : Via. and eyfmijfto of Libra. the Houfes of Mercury : Puella u\d Rubeus have for their figne Scorpio . the fecond malevolent : Saturn and both evill . and pofited in his dignities. and Triflitia tAquary . but thefirftor greater Fortune is when the Sun isdiurnall. but the firft the more Fortunate: Puer. j 4 diftributed . but the firft of Triflitia arc both Figures of the greater detriment : the Dragons head. both Fortunes. znd<Populus f that is. and the Dragons taile adhereth to Scorpio. and from hence you may eafily obtaine the triplicities of rhefefigns after the manner of the triplicities of the fignes oftheZodiack: Puer therefore. Tuella . the head to Capricerne. for hereupon all the propriety and People) are referred to the Moone . and the Dragons head the plicity . Career. what Planets thefe Figures are Now we proceed ro declare v/ith and nature of Figures and the judgement of the whole Artdependeth : Therefore the greatcrandlefier Fortune are afcribed ro the Sun..and Latitia ( which is Gaine. and Dragons tayle doe follow their o wne natures And thefeare the infallible comparifons of the Figures . and . thefiift forrunate. C from thefe wee may eafily difcerne the equality of their fignes therefore the greater and lefler Fortunes have the fignes of Leo. but without detriment j Puella. the firft from her beginning and encreafing. and Amifltozxeol Venus . figne Tifcts earthly . the Way. which are the Houfes of Venus : Conjuntlio hath for its figne Vtrgot and Albui the figne Gemini. Jupiter : Puella haththefigneof Taurus . and Lxtitiado govern the fiery triConjuntlio . which is the Houfe of the Moone : Aceuijitio hath for his and Lttitia Sagitary. the Houfe of Mars : farcer hath the figne Capricome . the firft whereof arcer t and hath t^Mars benevolent . Joy and Gladnefs)are of Jupiter : But the firft hath fupUer the greater Fortune the fecond the lefTe. the fecond from her full light and quarter decreafing . tsfcquifitio.. or lefTcr Fortune is when the Sun is nocturnall. and are both good . theother(asit were) retrograde. the other. which are both the Houfes of . Henry Cornelitif Agrippa.

Amijfio. Populus. and Amifllo doe make the fiery triplicity : Fortuna miner.7>utr. For tuna major. Via. refult B j an . with the Dragons and tsfcquifitio do rule the v/atry triplicity . and Qo*)unttio of the watry triplicity are. according to the even or uneven marking every feverall line . . tsilbus. from the right hand i hefe Figures. the Dragons head. L£titia. and this order is taken according to the ccurfe or manner of the fignes. Populut. Via. and and the earthly triplicity is ruled by Career. both major and minor to Taurut .• plrcity. triplicity : vAlbut. and ConjunCtio to Libra* Tuer is fubmitted to Scorpio • Triftitia and isffmijfio are affigned to Sagitary . Amitla. Rubeut. y^«/«/doegoverne the warry triplicity fet forth . and the Dragons head. Fortunaminor. that Fort una major. that wefetdowne the points according to their courfe in four lines . and Figures themfelves. Ztetitia ro the figne TtttQa and Rubeusto Cancer . lAlbut. Acq utjitie is given to Aries* Fortuna. earthly tripllcity * Airy taile. Puella. Gemini • after this manner.ofGeomancy. Lttitia. Career. Acquijitio. Albus is affigned to Leo>. They doe likewife diftribute thefe Figures to the twelve fignes of the Zodiack. which foure Figures are wont to be called tMatres : which doe bring forth the reft. and this in foure courfes : There will therefore unto us foure Figures made in foure feverall lines. And now we come tingdowne to fpeake of the manner of projecting or fet- thus. and Triftitia are of the earthly triis ufed. ZPuer. triplicity are. and Triftitia . and fuellat And Caput. This order is alfo far more true and ratfonall then that which vul- garly which is defcribed after this manner : of the Fiery Cauda. filling up and compleating the whole Figure of Judgement. triplicity of the Ayre csfcqui/itio the Dragons . ViatoVirgo'. and CcnjunQio taile. And this way is rather to be obfer ved then the flrft which we have : . But if any one will constitute thefe triplicities according to the natures of the Planets. Topulus to Aquarius* and farcer is affigned the figne Pifcet. becaufe it i$ conflituted according to the Rule and manner of the fignes. and Rubeus : of the Airy triplicity are. let him obferve this Rule. rhe Dragons taile to Capricorne . Trijlitia. which is towards the left. and Rubeut. doe make the : and Via.

* * * * .6 Henry Cornelius Agrippa. fee heere an example whereof you may following.

two Figures which they call Coadjutricct. afcer this manplacing the Figures from the left hand towards the right ner.feaventh. of the ninth. by as the foure Adatres do make the foure firft Houfes . A Theme of Cjeomtmcy* Filue. fixt. Matres. which is called the Index of the whole Figure. and eighth : and the reft of the Houfes are found af« ter this manner . out of the fifth and fixth the eleventhjand out of the feventh and eighth the twelfth: JFUU doc make the foure following Houfes.: ofGeomancy. that is to fay. that is to fay. or thing Quefited * as appeareth in this example following. And thefe y 8 Figures do make S Houfes of Heaven. or Ttftet} out of which two is alfoone conftitueed . After the fame manner there are produced out of the laft foure Figures . and twelfth. By the combination or Joyning together of two Figures according to the rule of the even or uneven number in the remaining points of each Figure. out of the firft and fecond is derived the ninth. out of the third and fourth the tenth. tenth. fo the foure which are the fiff. And . eleventh.

the fecond the fecond Angle. of the feventh. the Figures which they have placed in the feverall Houfes . how it is found in the former Figure. which are Cadents are to be calculated according to the Rule of their criplicity . and of the the firftmaketh the third firft maketh the third Angle. which is And thus. and according to the commifture of other Figures afpecting them : The fhall in their Houfes Index of the Figure which the Geomancers for the moft part have made. according to the right conftkution of Aftrologicall reafon. fo the fours Fili* arifing IromtheMatres. And now you have the whole Figure of true judgement confti- whereby I fhal fhew which fhall bee in the firft Houfe fhall give you the figne afcending . to find out the Index in the fubfequent Figure. which we do not altogether re/eft neither extol! j therefore this is alfo to be cor. the third the eighth . by making the ninth out of the fou rch and fifth. that is to fay. which the firft Figure fheweth . which we have declared is the common manner obferved by Geomancers. and to the place of the querent and thing quofitedj and you judge according to the natures of the fignes afcending and according to the natures and proprieties of .. which being done. you fhall attribute their fignes to the tuted according to true and efficacious reafons. 8 Henry this Cornelius jigrippa. : how you fhall compleat it the Figure reft of their Houfes.and eleventh the third. fourth and eighth the twelfth. the and the fourth the fourth Angle . But here we fhal give you the fecret of the whole Art. As the former Matrts doe make the foure Angles ofan Houfe Angle. . and . doe conftitute the foure fuccedentHoufes. the firftmaketh the fecond Houfe. and according to their afpefts among chemfelves. which is thus : that you number all the points which are contained in thelinesoftheprojeclions. and the fixth out of the tenth and fecond. and the fourth maketh the firft Houfe the reft of the Houfes . according to the order of the fignes : then in every Houfe you fhall note the Planets according to the nature of the Figure : then from all thefe you fhall build your judgement according to the MgnificatJon of the Planets in the fignes and Houfes wherein they fhall be found. the fecond the eleventh.fidered in our judgements : Now therefore I (hall give unto you the true Figure of Geomancy .

as C often . or ambiguous. Then . that we declare. what Figure doth (hew orfignifie concerning Houfe. then the Index alone fhall certifie you of the thing quefited. The Example of this Figure is here placed.. Houfe fheweth cheperfonof the Querent. But if on eidier part they (hall be equal . that Figure giveth you a competent Judgement of the thing quefited and this together with the ngmficaiions of the Judgements aforefaid. of Geomancie. The firft which are thcfe. It remaineth now. Firft therefore we (hall handle the fignifications of the QueiHons in every Houfes . of all what thing and to every what Houfe a Queftion doth appertain. and 9 that which remain- this you fhall divide by twelve : and eth projeft from the Afcendent by the feveral Houfes . and upon which Houfe there falleth a final unity .

and medicines j of familiars and fervantsjof cartel and domeftick animals. that we fhew you what every Figure before fpoken of fignifieth in thefe places . and controverfies and of matters a&ed before Judges. and things hidden It giveth alfo the defcripiion of thofe who want any thing by theft. whcredom. poverty evil fortune : gain and lofs . or creatures pregnant. form. and judgethof fmall journeys. habit. and of accidents after death : and of Queflions that may be propounded concernnegligence. which we ftiall now unfold. The tenth Houfe hath fignification of Honours. difpofition. and in the eighth. The feventh Houfe fignifies wedlock.. poffefGons. Meffengers. The ninth Houfe fheweth journeys. con- of men. and fideThe fourth Houfe fignifies fathers and grandlities of men. dreams.and misfortune. dition. The eighth hath fignification of death. form and figure.imprifonment. fields. and of accidents in fubflance fignifieth : as thefc. good fortune and .and fornication rendrcth Judgement of friends . divine Sciences. and of the colour The fecond Houfe containeth the Judgement of . or negligence. and conftancie . The fifth Houfe giveth judgement of Legats. faith. The twelfth Houfe fignifies enemies. The fixth Houfe giveth Judgement of infirmities. and Religion. fubflance. the Judgements whereof are to be required in the fixth Houfe. .ferflance vants. Rumours. ftate. treafure. and hereditaments . and the fubfices. fathers. I o He/try Cornelius Lsfgrt'ppa. and of Magisterial OfThe eleventh Houfe fignifies friends . And this Houfe declareth the judgement of the life. of Princes. often as aQHeftionfhallbepropofed concerning himfelf of his own mattersjor any thing appertaining to him. ftrifes . Collaterals in blood It : The third Houfe ing women with childe . lofing. and whatfoever evil can happen befides death and ficknefs. It refts now . riches. of the dowry or portion of a wife. buildings. patrimony and inheritance . News . Tortuna . and of thofe things which come by death of Legats. fitters. of Honour. lofs or brethren.

In the feventh Houfe . of good manners. giveth long7jk. and their friend/hip to be unfeigned. he giveth joy by children . legacies and inheritance. houmoldfervants and minifters to be faithful : and of animals . but they are purchafed with pains. journeys to be profperous and gainful with honour: it demonflrateth men to be faithful.ter f or ftrateth a man to be noble. if a Queflion be propofedof the death of any one. But if the Queflion be concerning them . he giveth a wife rich.and recovery of things ftollen. and difcovereth hidden treafures. and great favourites. and of good manners . he fignifies journeys co be pro- . fheweth thofe chat have infirmities fhall in a fhort time recover . and caufeth them to attain to great Honours: Embaffages he rendereth profperous .and of good reputation. In the eighth Houfe.of which there ought to be had no fufpicion . he chiefly fignifies Horfes. it fignifies he (hall live : the kinde of death he fheweth to be good and natural j an honefl burial.and known by many people : He enlargeth pofTeffions in Cities. In the fecond Houfe.and caufeth a man to be very famous after death: forefheweth a woman with childeto bring forth a man-childe. In this place he likewife fignifies theft. t mean of ftature.and the gaining of any thing loft or mif-laid . fignifieth a Phyfitian to be faithful and honeft to adminifler good Phyfick. In the fifth Houfe . In the fixth Houfe . magnanimous. and honourable Funerals : He forefheweth a wife to have a rich dowry. In the thirdHoufe. he freeth from difeafes . loving and pleafant : heovercometh flrifes and contentions. hair curling. une. complexion ruddy.of Geomancfe. life. he fignifies brethren and kinfmen.good foccune. honeft. increafeth Patrimonies. and perfons of good convention . and recovers every thing loft. C 2 fpe- . Nobles. he fignifies manifefl riches and manifert gain. 11 Tcrtuxa major being found in the firft Houfe. and his fu« periour members greater then his inferiour. he fignifieth the adverfaries tone very potent. he reprefents a father to be noble. rft! and frceth from the moleflation of Difeafes : ic demon. In the ninth Houfe . In the fourth Houfe.and prayers: He noteth rumours to be true : he beftoweth publike Honours. the taking of a thief.

In the tenth Houfe. to be long. and beloved of his Prince. threatneth danger to be in a journey. it demonflrateth them to be potent and noble. It fignifieth faithful fervants . and eminenc dangers he either mitigateth or taketh away. beftoweth publike Offices. and victodenoteth Viftory to be certain : fignifieth a mother rious noble. In the twelfth Houfe . fortune minor in the nrft houfe. But if a Queftion fhall be concerning any other condition or refpedt to the enemies. and religious Dreams he .he figto be nifies true friends. rather then on foor. and profitable . he prejudiced^ Patrimonies and Inheritances concealeth creafunes . and things loft cannot be regained. fortunate. he Signifies fubftance. and hardly to be refified . heforefheweih great Honours . but of clofe and hidden mindes. he caufeth difcord amongfl brethren and kinsfolks . Signifies men to be of good faith. a lean body . In the fecond Houfe. and honours in the Courts of Princes : fignifieth Judges to be juft. he will deliver from their treacheries.buc with great labour. In the third Houfe. and a thing floln isfcarcelytooerecovered. reduceth fugitives . but a fpender of his eftate through prodigality. and conftant in never change or their intentions alter their faith: . Magiflracie. bred with divers molefiations and fickneffes : it fignifieth perfonof Short ftature.. having a mold or mark in his forehead or right eye. hath Signification of animals. fignifieth true and perfe& Sciences. and not foon accomplished : He fheweth the return of thole that are abfenc . and that prefageth to be true. In die fourth Houfe. if a Queftion be propofed of the quality of enemies. giveth long life. and not corrupted with gifts : bringeth a Caufe to be eafijy and foon expedited : fheweth Kings to be potent. but efcapeth it : rendreth men to be of good faith.leaving fmall por: tions . In the eleventh houfe. lions. and of long life. I a Henry Cornelius i^dgript*. and bulls . fperous . freeth from imprifonments . but incumThe lefftr a FcrtuHC. and by land on horfcback. and Judgements . but with greac difficulty : He fignifieth a father tobehoneft. as horfes. a Prince rich and liberal j malceth a man fortunate. and thar to be confomed with too much prodigality: hideth a thief.

andmaketh ones adverfary to circumvent him with many cavitations . but fhall recover flothful : fignifies faithful fervants. the portion of a wife to be hardly gotten. or in a ftrange place. In the tenth Houfe. both Sanguine and Cholerick . he maketh journeys to be dangerous. In the twelfth Houfe . giveth 13 Fortuna minor in the fifth Houfe few children. : : : : neither long to continue in any benefice or offices beftowed by a Prince. giveth a good fame afcer death. hefheweth the kind of death victory. hefignifieth Kings and Princes to be potent . a woman with childe he fignifies (hall have a woman-childe . In the ninth Houfe . but fuch as are poor and unprofihe maketh table. he fignifies difeafes. but for which you fhall continually labour and ftrive. and wherein you fhall have no ftable continuance A Judge Suits and contentions he prolongeth fhall not favour you father and mother he fheweth fhall foon die . fheweth the fick perfon to be in : great danger. but obfeure. and apartyabfentflowly toreturnrcanfeth men to be occupied in offices of Religion:fheweth Sciences to be unaccomplished . and always A In the eleventh Houfe. great Offices and benefits . fignifies EmbafTages to be honourable. but in procefs of time he giveth In the eighth Houfe. he fheweth enemies to be . nor of laftingmemory. but lictle profitable . but to gain trfeir power with war and violence banifhed men he fheweth fhall foon return : ic likewife difcovereth Honors.: of Geomancie. tions to his children. but keepeth conftancy in faith and Religion. but you fhall be incumbred with many troubles with her: caufeth love to be anxious & imconftant prolonged contentions. raifeth to mean honours . and not able to relieve thy neceffities : it ingratiates you with Princes. to be good and honeft . to be afFe&ed with many difeafes. but fmall gains . he giveth a wife of a good progenie defcended . many friends . In the feventh Houfe. and giveth great hopes. In the (ixth Houfe.buc and unprofitable And the fame of other animals. but not much divulged . but eafily fpent. or pilgrimage : difcovereth Legacies and Poffeffions j but to be obtained with fuit and difficulty : denoteth Funerals and Buryings to be obfeure .

fignifies the father to be honeft . fendeth Embaffages to flrange and remote parts j increafeth publike honours . cfpe- "*/• . In the fecond. but Howe. In the eighth Houfe. and fraudulent. and robe known thorow many Provinces In the fixth Houfe .he beftoweth a wife fair and pleafant. In the fifth. he increafeth fubftance and riches recovereth any thing that is flolen or loft . Via preferveth from ficknefs . but fignifies the In the third . hoVia in the fourth Houfe. be crafty. multiplies brethren and kinsfolks . neft. and thac (hall willingly fubmit their controverfies to the Arbitration of good men. and of good convention. Via in the firft Houfe . he thief to be departed without the City. and ftudying to circumvent you with many fecret factions: fignifies one mprifon to be long detained . having a (mall beard : aperfon liberal and pleafanc . with whom you (hall enjoy perpetual felicity : caufeth firifes and controverfies moft fpeedily to be determined . fignifies continual journeys. lean of body^nd call offtature.he fheweth the kinde of death to proceed from Phlegmatick difeafes ..^ caufeth long journeys by water. 14 Henry Cornelius i^grtppa. but ac length to be delivered : Animals he fheweth to be unfruitful. fubtil. fair of complexion. and the changes of fortune co be frequent. it (heweth him to be alive. In the ninth Houfe. fheweth treafure to be in the place enquired after . to be honeft. and fervants unprofitable . In the feventh Houfe. and profperous . givethfignificationof aftranger. and of good report: difcovereth great Legacie .and rich Inheritances to be obtained by the dead : And if any one hath been reported to be dead. men that are publikely known. fignifieth an honed jkinde of death. from good to evil . and animals fruitful and profitable. befioweth a long and profperous life. recovereth any thing loft. and little addicted to labour. and from bad to good. fignifies the difeafed fpeedily to recover • giveth profitable fervants . produceth wealthy fields . adverfaries to be eafily overcome. increafeth the Patrimony and Inheritance . he increafeth the company of male-children j fheweth a woman with childe to bring forth amalechilde .

or fpeedily to be delivered from thence : and preferveth a man from the evil accidents of Fortune. it fheweth the man to be rnonflrouily deformed. and that fhall quickly difpatch Caufes depending before them and denotes a mother to be of good repute. as he fhall be incumbred withcontinualtravels. Offices. and various fucceffcs of Fortune : fignifies a man of a middle Mature. and thac they fhall require amity and friendfhip amongft many Princes by their feveral Embaffages : promoteth publike Honours. But if a Queflion fhall be propounded concerning the figure of a man. and that fhall willingly relieve him that re- fophical and quires them. andthar deformity . employing him in fuch Offices.fheweth a mean lifc. caufeth many enemies » but fuch as of whom little hurt or danger is to be feared : fignifies fervants and animals to be profitable : whofoever is in prifon. Via in the twelfth Houfe. a grofs body. journeys. and profits from Ecclefiaflical employments . and Magiflracie amongft the vulgar and common people . if a Queflion be Peofle* propounded concerning that Houfe. whofefignification fhall fuddenly appear increafeth Philo: Grammatical Sciences . but inccmftant. andportendeth very greac gains to be acquired thereby: he denoteth Priefthoods. maketh men of good Religion. ^ Populut being found in the firft Houfe. with divers ficknefles. and acqurreth faithful friends in forraign Provinces and Countries. and of long life. to be eicaped. upright. well fee in his members . with all help and diligence : It ingratiates perrons with profit and truft amongft Princes.of a middle age. and fuch as fhall maintain continual peace with their Allies . he maketh Kings and Princes happie and fortunate.: of Geomancie. or about things pertaining to the water. 15 efpecially by Sea . healthy. In. and conftant of faith : fheweth dreams to be true. or about gathering Taxes and Affefments : fheweth Judges tobejuft and merciful. and thofe things which appertain to the inftru£tion and bringing up of children. In the eleventh Houfe . and to this figure if there be joyned any of the figures of Saturn or Rufous. he raifeth many wealthy friends. perhaps fome mold or mark about his lefc eye. the tenth Houfe if Vi* be found.

and caufeth fuch as are great with childe to be abortives: appointed! an inglorious Funeral. and caufeth a man often to be deceived by his companions. Popului fheweth a mean fubftance. it fignifies a father to be fickly. Inthethird Houfe. In the fixth Houfe . that it fhall not be found A patrimony to be preferved with great labour. In the fifth Houfe. and that to begotten with great difficulty : maketh a man alfo always fenfible of laborious toyl : things floln are never regained : what is loft fhall never be wholly recovered:that which is hidden fhall not be found. which is not reported as it is done : It fignifies a woman to be barren. but with labour formicy he fifth Houfe : and trouble . maketh the meflengers to be Porters.6 1 Henry Cornelius Agriff6i fignifies if to proceed from his birth : but if in the he beencompafled wich malevolent Afpe&s. he fheweth no honeft Meflages . notes : . it declareth him not yet to be fled away . and of a laborious life. . or if there be any hidden. and detriment of cattel. and ill report after death. Populat fheweth cold fickneffes . but to lie lurking within the City. which notwithftanding have the likenefs of fome truth . and fcarcely recover at all ' it notes the decitfulnefs of fervants. But if the Queftion be of a thief. or publike Carryers: he divulgeth falfe rumours . In the fecond Houfe. but one that fhall be follicited with the love of many wooers : fignifies her loves to be feigned and duTembling: maketh weak and impotent adverIn the eighth Houfe. but either. and fignifies thole that are affe&ed with ficknefs to be in danger of death . In the feventh Houfe. P<y«/«* raifeth few desaries foon to defert profecming. then that monflroufnefs is to come. In the fourth Houfe. and his earthly poffeffions and inheritances to be taken away: fheweth profit to be gained by water: fheweth treafure not to be hid . and feem to have their original from truth. either of brethren or kindred forefheweth journeys . notwithstanding forne profit may accrue by them: denotes a manunftable in his faith. and chiefly affefteth the lower parts of the body: A Phyfician is declared to becarelefs and negligent in admin iftring Phyfick to the fick. it fheweth a wifetobefair and pleafant .

or other difcord : he fignifies the dowry of a wife to be little or none. In the third Houfe. fignifies a man of good faith. and fheweth a Father to be rich. giveth a long life and 9am* prosperous old age . and oftentimes fheweth death by the water . and of a fhort life.of Geomancie. giveih no inheritance. and a great head.and they to be wealthy. a countenance very well to be difiinguifhed or known. In the fourth is fignified a Patrimony of much riches.which appertain to matters concerning the warers. or either fufFer continual trouble and detriment about ihem : he (ignifies Offices and Magiftracy. but covetous. but in ail things elfefparingand not liberal. Populm in the ninth Houfe. ana fair eyes. bridges. In the eleventh Houfe he giveth few friends .& things of the like fort . free of his meat and drink. many pofleflions of copious fruits . or ring the bells . neither one that is troubled with much confeience.fifhings. fheweth falfe dreams. andcaufeth whatfoeveris loft to be recovered. hefignifiechthat treafure hid in any place fhall be found . declarethaMothertobe fickly . hair for the mod part are expulfed out of their Rule and Dominions . apprehendethall theeves. as about the Navy. fignifies a man of a middle flature. In the fifth Houfe. 17 notes fudden death without any long ficknefs or anguifti. makeih Judges to be variable and flowe in expediting ofCaufes before them . a long nofe.meadows. Houfe. and many flatterers . and ignoble enemies .he fignifies very great riches. In religion he fignifies inferiour Offices.many brechren. much beard. declareth one in prifon not eth weak to be delivered . they fhall be loft by fome intervening contention. many gainful journies .(hores. In the tenth Houfe he fignifies fuch Kings and Princes.without any learning or fcience . difcovereth dangers in waters. Acquiftio fignijtcquifith found in the firft D fies . and he fignifies a man little curious or fludiotis in religion . perfonates a man of rude wic. In the fecond Houfe. places. and watry . fuch as ferve either to cleanfe the Church. pofTeffionor legacy from the dead and if any be. and with Princes giveih In the twelfth Houfe he fhewneither favour nor fortune.

caufeth Offices and Magiflracy to be very gainful . and increafeth favour with Princes. fignifies a man of a tall (Uture. fignifieth the kinde of death to be fhort. yet caufeth a man to be inherited of his own . and fignifieth rumours to be true. and bring- eth profit from them . and much joy and gladnefs. reduceth and bringeth home fervants fled away. In the tenth Houfe. fignifies fuits and contentions to be great and durable.maketh the fick to be in danger of death^md often to die : yet he declareth a Phyfuian to be learned and honeft . and that love and wedlock fhall be effected by fheweth himto be dead. In the fixth Houfe he fignifies many and grievous ficknefles. In the twelfth Houfe he fignifieth a man fhall have many powerful or potent enemies . In the eighth Houfe. fignifieth a Mother rich and happy.a broad forehead. woman to be with child.fair members. difcovereth very profitable legacies and inheritances. he fignifies it to be Mafculine . and fignifies a man of a true and perfett Science. and Scholars . In the ninth Houfe he fignifies long and profitable journeys . and gains to be acquired from them. fheweth a queftion be propoundbe delivered without danger : and if ed concerning any Sex . In the feventh Houfe he fignifies a wife to be richjbut either a widow. giveth many fervants and chattel.8 1 fies Henry Cornelius LsfgrippA. encreafeth gainful profitable Embaflages and Meffages. and ficknefs to laft but a few dayes . he maketh Princes to inlarge their Dominions . L&titia in the firft Houfe fignifies long life with profperity. having great and broad . fheweth if any one be abfent he fhall foon return .or a woman of a well-grown age.and long to continue. Acquifitio multiplieth friends. In the eleventh Houfe.and caufeth a man to out-live and be more victorious then all his brethren . but extendeth fame not far after death. caufeth gain to be obtained from Religious and EccIefiafticalPerfons or many children of both Sexes a . and fignifies he that not be delivered. but more Males then Fethac fhe fhall males .if a man he enquired after. is in prifon fhall and cartel ftrayed . but one that mud be continually prefented with gifts . a Judge favourable. and fignifieth a wife to have a rich dowry.

or the ad2 D . and declares an honcft.:. beautiful and young j overcometh ftrifes and contentions. and thofe that do apply themfelves to travail. and in whom fhall be had the greatefl joy and comfort of old age . and rendereth the fuccefs thereof to be love. denoteth good fer vants. maketh them famous by maintaining peace during their raifeth Kings and Princes to honour and great renown. fignifies a woman with child to bring forth a daughter . fheweth a man to be of a good religion.but of lefs worth and value then is. In the third Houfe Lttitia fheweth brethren to be of a good converfation. In the fixth Houfe it fheweth the fick fhall recover.or Pilgrimages to fulfil holy vows . In the feventh Houfe Lttitia giveth a wife fair. and that hath a face comely and well coloured. but great expences and various mutations of ones ftate and condition . a Father to be noblejand honoured with the dignity of fome princely office. and a commendable portion with a wife : if a Quefiion be propofed concerning the condition of any man. Lttitia in the eighth Houfe giveth Legacies and pofleffions. fchools. endued with good manners. fheweth treafure to be in the place enquired after . it fignifies him to be dedarech him to be fled away. In the ninth Houfe Lttitia fignifies very few journies. good and profitable catcel and animals. In the tenth Houfe.and caufeth ic to be Found. In the fourth he fignifies happy Patrimonies and poffeffions.fuppofed. fheweth honourable Embaffages. and who eafily apprehendeth all things with natural ingenuity. In the fifth Houfe he giveth obedient children. theft and any thing loft is recovered and returned but if the Quefiion be of a theef. In the fecond Houfe it fignifies riches and many gains. quiet. 19 broad teeth . and meek kinde of death.of indifferent knowledge. their journyes either are about the MefTages and Embaffages of Princes. men of good credit and faith. of Geomancie. but of fhort life j journeys pleafant and comfortable . and declares rumours and news to be altogether true . andleaveth a good and ample fame after death. fignifies Judges to be cruel & fevere honeft Offices and Magifiracy j fignifies thofe things which are exercifed either about Ecdefiaftical affairs.

middle fiature. weak constitution of body. and fheweth aPhyfitian to be both unlearned and unskilful .and a Father noc to live long . eighth Houfe . and fome office to be obtained from them. and one who will incur many troubles and dangers in his ife-time for the love of women. adminiflrationofjuflice. Puella in the firft Houfe Signifies a perfon of afhort life. giveth good fervants. In the fourth Houfe Puella fignifies a very fmall patrimony . cattel and animals. nor diminifheth poverty . denotes no Embaffages. In the third Houfe Puella fignifies more fitters then brethren . denoteth journies to be pleafanc and joyous. but one who is much efteemed of in the opinion of the vulgar people. In the fecondHoufe. caufeth good fervants and families. denoteth no fuits or comrovcrfies . but fome jarres and wranglings with the common people one amongft In the another. it is refolved there is none. I Puella declareth him tobe alive : giveth a fmall portion with a .: 20 thar fhe fhall Henry Comtliiu i^fgripfd. if a Quezon be of one reputed to be dead. In the ieventh Houfe Puella giveth 2 wife fair. buc caufeth the fick fhortly to recover . and men of good converfations. and multiplies friends. and preferveth from future evils. but fair. leading a peaceable and quiet converfation with her husband. and be coveted and limed after of many men .beautiful and pleafant. Puella in the Sixth Houfe fignifies much weaknefsof the fick. effeminate and luxurious. notwithstanding one that fhal burn much with luft . And in the twelfch Houfe L&titia giveth the vi&ory overenemies . delivcrech from fmprifonmenr. handmaids. but maketh the fields fertile with good fruits. In the fifth Houfe a woman wich-child is fignifjed to bring forth a woman-child . it neither encreafeth riches. which fhall depend before a Judge. be married again. caufeth much commerce with women. little fat. fignifies a theef not to be departed from the City. fhewethamotherif fhebeawidow. and encreafeth and continueth good friendship and amity amongft them . which fhall be eafily dilfolved and ended. In the eleventh Houfe Lttitia increafeth favour with Princes . and a thing flollen to be alienated and made away if a Quefiion be of treafure in a place .

. and fhall be beloved of their Neighbours and Subjects .and caufeth one to be deceived of many. In the third Houfe jimffio fignifies death of brethren . or efpecially from noble women. but that which comenceth her husband. afwel vocal as inflrumental.milde and either lame. fignifies treafure not to be in the place foughr after. untefs happily Mufick. or the want of them. Amijfio in the fecond Houfe confumeth all fubfrance. In the eleventh Houfe Puella giveth many friends. fignifies a man of difproportioned his body. In the fixth Houfe Amijfio fignifies the fick to be recovered. raifech no fame or honours. and difperfeth falfe rumors.or that he fhall foon recover . jimijpo in the firft Houfe fignifies the fick not to live long. and to be fought for with lofs and damage. plays.nor the thing ftollen fhall be found . it canfeih them to be affable. and encreafeth favour with women. and huntings . fignifieth a woman not to be with child. fheweth the Father to be poor.but contention with women $ and deliverethPrifonersouiofprifon through the inrerceffion of friends. Amijfio the fifth Houfe fheweth death of children. or the like. ninth Houfe P«r//« fignifies very few journeys/heweth a man of good religion.or elfe to have mifcarried . Inthe twelfth Houfe Puella fignifies few enemies. and afflicts a man with divers forrows . and Son to die. and one of a wicked life and coverfaand who is marked with fome notorious and remarkable de(e& in fome part of his body. In the tenth Houfe Puella fignifies Princes not lobe very potent. but notwithflanding they fhall govern peaceably within their Dominions.or maimed. 21 In the a wife. but caufeth lofs and damage by fervants and cartels. indifferent skill or knowledge inferences. godly and merciful . In the fourth Houfe members of tion.and of kindred and friends fignifieth no journeys. In the Seventh m . maketh Judges to be good.of Geomancie. and that they fhall alwayes exercife themfelves with continual mirth. Amiffio fignifies the utter deflruclion of ones Patrimony. giveth Offices about women. j^r u and fheweth a fhort life . and maketh one to fuffer and undergo the burden of miferable povertyjneither theef.

ConjuH* ConJHntth in the firft Houfe maketh a profperous life.but prelerveth from dangers.of good report. and acquireth hidden treafure. neverthelefs fhe fhall not live long. fheweth a woman pregnant to have a male-child . long fingers and thighs. and fheweth that they fhall be compelled to end their lives in exile and banifhment .and a friend to many people. plain hair. a little beard. and fignifieth good faith and conflancy. vemh Houfe Amiflio giveth an adulterous wife.. In the fixth Houfe Co»ju»Ctio fignifies fickneffes to becedious . and of good undemanding. In the fecond Houfe Conjufttliodoth not fignifie any riches to be gotten. In the eleventh Houfe Amijfio fignifies few friends .and contrarying her husband wich continual contention . In the fourth Houfe Conjunftio fheweth a mean Patrimony . long face. Judges to be wicked . and fignifies Offices andMagiflracy to be damageable. In the ninth Houfe AmiJJlo caufeth no journies. but preferveth a man fecure and free from the calamities of poverty deteeleth both the theef and the thing ftolen. fignifies a man of a middle ftature. unlefs it be hurtful to him. and ilion. and turned to become enemies . liberal.noc lean nor far. In the eighth Houfe Amijfio fignifies a man to be dead . In the fifth Houfe he giveth Children of lubtile ingenuity and wit. caufeth a Father to honeft. but fuch as fhall be compafTed with very great lofs . beftoweth or fendeth no inheritances or legacies. In the third Houfe he giveth various journeys with various fiiccefs . detaineth long in prifon. Henry Cornelius Ag rippd. and ic caufech contentions co be ended. In the tenth Houfe Amiffio rendereth Princes to be moft unfortunate . and fheweth the death of a Mother. and altogether ignorant of learning. confumeth the dowry of a wife . and caufeth them to be eafily loft. and difperfeth their fame and credit far abroad . and often changing their opinion from one fe<St to another. and alfo fignifies news and rumours to be true. fignifies men to be inconftant in Religion. amiable. and raifeth men to honours by their own meer proper wit and ingenuity. and caufeth a man to have no favour with his Prince. In the twelfth Houfe Amijfio deflroyeth all enemies. 21 .

vile and bafe arts and exergiven much to life vain that is merry. but one and jocond . and much pleafing to men. and Myfleries of Religion. 23 dious and of longcontmuance. and giveth a quick. do eatily difcern caufes in controverfie before them .him of whom a Queftion is propounded. a great talker and babler. broad breft .and efficacious wit. In the tenth Houfe CoHJuxtlio maketh Princes liberal. In the ninth Houfe he giveth a few journeys.& pretendeth fome gain to be acquired by his death. and unprofitable difcourfe. one of a broad full mouth. joyous cifes. found Doctrines and Sciences. and grofs arms.. and crafty. genuity caufeth difficult fuits that is abfenc fhall after a long feafon return. Conjunttio in this Houfe increafeth divers Arts. In the fccond Houfe Albm enlarged) and augmenteth fubftance gained by fports .buc long and tedious. . fheweth a wife fhall not be very rich. affable and benevolent .but forefheweth thePhyfitian ro be learned and well experienced and fheweth fervants to be faithful and blamelefs . powerful and noble Men. Sciences. Jubtil and malicious adverfaries. and fignifies a Mother to be honefl.perfpicuous. AlbHsva the firft Houfe fignifies a life vexed with continual white. having curled or crifped hair . Cojunliio fignifies him to be dead. and fuch who with a piercing and fubtil fpeculation. . fignifies a man of a fhort fixture. and fecret Arts.of Geomancie. husband . and very much procureth the grace and favour of Princes. and who are much delighted and affe&ed with divers Sciences. and with men learned therein . playes. caufeth Judges to be juft. In the twelfch Houfe Conjunttio fignifies wary and quick-witted enemies j caufeth fuch as are in prifon to remain and continue fo very long. and alfo one of a profperous life. of good ingenuity and wir. Learning.and fheweth one and dutiful to her . and one of a good wit and inand controversies. and caufeth a man to efchew very many dangers in his life. In the eleventh Houfe ConjunSHo fignifies great encreafe of friends . and animals profitable In the feventh Houfe he giveth a wife very obedient. enlargeth Offices which are concern- ed about Letters. In the eighth Houfe. ficknefe and greivous difeafes . conformable.

and hidech andconceal- eth treafure. but . that they (hall foon die declareth a woman co be fervile. and caufech that to be much ftrived and contended for. ^Albut in the twelfth Houfe denoteth vile. but with mean profit . A/but (hews the party to be dead . but fuch as are pleafing and delightful .and the theft or thing Hollen. and fignifies difeafes and infirmities of cattel to be mortal . and the Father ro be a man much known .buc tedious and wearifome journyes. Patient. and fignifies all deceivers.and fignifies he ("ball not return . impotent and ruftical enemies . In the fixth Houfe Albm caufeth very tedious ficknelTes and difeafes . In the third HoufeAlbm fignifies very few brethren . denoteth all rumours to be falfe. deceit and wickednefs of fervants . but one that is fair and beautiful . and raifeth to no honour. and given to falfe and deceitful In the tenth Albut caufeth Princes and Judges to be malevolent jfineweth vile andbafe Offices and MagiftraSciences. hindereth him that is abfenr. In the fourth Houfe he ftieweth very fmall or no Patrimony. as by playes. giveth not many. giveth little portion or dowry with a wife . difcovereth the fraud . dancings and laughters : he difcovereth both the theef. or if any. cies Mothertobeawhore. fignifies a for adultery.or one much fufpe&ed In the eleventh Houfe Albui maketh diffemblingand falfe friends . and declareth a man to be fuperflitious in Religion. paflimes. or elfc to bring forth Monfters . U- . In the ninth Houfe Albut denoteth fome journyes to be accomplifbed. fheweth fuch as are in prifon fball not efcape. 24 cifes. and make:h thePhyfitian to be fufpe&ed of thefick Albut in the feventh Houfe giveth a barren wife. but declareth him robe a man of fome bafeand inferiour Office and Imployment. In the eighth Houfe if a queftion be propounded of any one. few fuits or controverfies. and caufeth fuch as are with young to mifcarry . caufeth love and favour to be inconftanr. and fignifies a great many and various troubles and difcommodities of ones life. In the fifth Houfe Albtu giveth no children. Henry Cornelius i^rfgrlppa. but fuch as /ball be of very long continuance.. Pvcr in the firft Houfe giveth an indifferent long life .

co honour above his brethren . and fignifies a Father to attain co his fubftance and eftate through violence. but difIn the third Houfe Puer raifeth a man coverech no treafure. perfon of a ftrong body. as (ball fcarcely be reftrain'd by Juflice. but they (hall be unE con- . Tuer in the eighth Houfe fheweth him that is fuppofed to be dead to live. and fuch like .of Geomancie. In the fifth Houfe Puer fheweth good children. and to be feared of them. as wounds.through military dignity. and fhewech honors to be acquired by military difcipline. of a ftout Spirit. yet neverthelefs declareth them to be accomplifhed profperoufly and fafely . In the uxrh Houfe Puer caufeth violent difeafes and infirmities.and many other liberal and excellent Arts. makeih cruel Xlrifes and contentions. or by iron. he concealeth boch the theef and the thing ftolen . and black hair. bruifes. obtained by other mens goods. confifcations. a fair countenance. fignifies journies to be dangerous. or laborious. notwithftanding giveth the knowledge of natural philofophy and phyfick.and great and full fame. and ufing little confcience . and fheweth the Phyand Chirurgion to be good denoteth fervants and animals to be good. ruddy complexion. but to proceed from fome hot humour. Inthefevench Houfe Puer caufeth a wife to be a virago. and one that Joveth to bear the Rule and Government of a houfe . rapines. ftrong and profitable. ninth Houfe Puer fheweth journeys not to be undergone without peril and danger of life . fitian or the fword. laboriousjraifeth fignifies a 25 men to great fame. and fuch adversaries. atchievements . fheweth perfons of little Religion.fignifieth the kinde of death not to be painful.or from fome other caufe of the like kindejfhewIn the eth a man to have no legacies or other inheritance. glorious. of good fidelity. by plunderings. In the fourth Houfe Puer fignifies dubious inherirances and poffeffions . Puer in the tenth and famous in warlike Houfe fignifies Princes to be powerful.and fuch as (hall attain to honors and dignities j he fignifies a woman to have amalechild . In the fecond Houfe Puer increafeth fubftance. and denoteth perfons of good credit. contufions. falls. military Laws. . but eafily delivereth the fick .

and difperfeth and wafleth inheritances . caufeth them to come to nothing . and an evil end . wife . In the fecond Houfe Rubeut fignifies poverty . and fuch perions as fhall acquire and feek after their maintenance and livelihoods by ufingfalfe. and forefheweth falfe faith and treachery. and conccaleth theft . thofe that arein Prifon fhall efcape. and of an evil.and malignancy of the earth . to cruel and unmerciful . %$d t andcaufeth many to adhere to cruel men: nemuch efteem with Princes . and fuch as fhall much frequent the Courcs of Princes. verthelefs he caufeth be wicked and dtfobedient . In the feventh Houfe Rubem fignincs a either they fhall flict their Parents with grief. ficknefles and difhim that is fick fhall die thePhyfitian fhall erre. In the Gxth Houfe Rubem caufeth mortal wounds. 26 Henry Cornelius Ls4gripT a t conflanr and unchangeable. and bringeth the Father to a quick and fudden death. wicked. In the third Houfe Rubeut renders brethren and kinfmentobefullof hatred. and fignifies notreafure to be hid nor found. cattel and hearts fhill produce hurt and danger. or elfe fhall afand infamv. but ter warfare . and Noble men. Enemies to be cruel and pernicious . but their Pue r in the twelfth Houfe caufeth favour is t o be fufpe&ed. having fome remarkable and notable figne or fear in fome part of his body. fereafes vants prove falfe aud treacherous. difgrace . and evil . unprofitable. by reafon of the mutable and vaPucr in this Houfe caufeth Judges rious fuccefs of vidlory. hurt- and endangereth her life. increafeth offices in warlike affairs fignifies Magifl racy to be exercifed by fire and fword . . and fheweth them to be of evil manners. deftroyeth the fruits of the field by tempeftuous feafons. In the eleventh Houfe Pner fheweth Noble friends. and maketh them to efchew many dangers.and follow afeth a Mother. Kubcm in the firft Houfe. In the fourth Houfe he deftroyeth and confumeth Patrimonies .. fignifies a fhorc life. and maketh theeves and robbers . cruel and malicious countenance. caufeth journeys to be very dangerous . and odious one to another. and unlawful Arts j preferveth theeves.& ill difpofition . fignifies a man to be filthy. Ruben* in the fifth Houfe giveth many children.

fheweth that a mother fhall foon die. denoteth Sciences to be falfe and deceitful.thac he is cer- Ru* and dangerous . In the tenth Houfe Rubem fignifies Princes to be cruel and tyrannical. and of evil faith . and contentious and treacherous adversaries . or to be taken by plunderers and robbers . evil bem in the ninth Houfe fheweth journeys to be life. or fhall miferably end cheir lives in hard imprifonmenc . and put to an ignominious and cruel death.givech a fhort life . and denoteth her to be blcmifht with an evil fame and report. or that they fhall be taken captive by their conquerers. of Geomancie. and that a man fhall be in danger either to be fpoiled by theeves and robbers. and a wife to have no portion or dowry. Career in the fecond Houfe caufeth mod cruel and mileE i fignifies .if any one be enquired afcer. . nor any faithful friends fheweth men to be of wicked lives and conventions .. by the execution of publike Juftice j and fignifies. and fuch as are hated and defpifed of all men. and fuch as will often eafily be induced to deny and go from their faith for every fmalloccafion . of whom we ought circumfpeftly to beware . deceitful publickly adulterate. fignifies fuch as are in prifon fhall come to an evil end . dedareth men to be of mod wifked opinion. 27 w ife to be infamous. In the eleventh Houfe Ruben* giveth no true. in Religion. Rubou inxhe cwelfth Houfe maketh enemies to be cruel and traiterous. fignifies J udges and Officers cobefalfe.theevi(h. In the eighth Houfe Rubou fignifies 1 violent death to be inflicted.and that their power fhall come to an evil end . of a filthy and cruel unclean figure and ftiape . as that either they fhall be cruelly murdered and deftroyed by their own Subjects . who fhall endeavour to overcome you .andfuchas (hall be addicted to ufury . by crafty and fubtil wiles and circumventions of the Law. Career in the firft Houfe being pofited. Prifon* men to be moft wicked. and caufeth a man to be rejected and caft out from all fociety and converfation with good and noble perfons. and the profeflbrs thereof to be ignorant. and fheweth a great many inconveniences and mifchiefs to happen in a mans tainly dead .

and to die a fudden and evil death. or that they fhall often lay violent and deadly hands upon themfelves . fention amongft brethren . Career in the ninth Houfe. or that men fhall be condemned in prifon. nor favour amongft men. but . and bafe and cruel robbery. pleafure. moft wicked faith and convention. taineth Trifiitla in the firft Houfe doth not abbreviate life. In the fifth Houfe (Vr<Tgiveth many children. or flayeth the child . a Father to be moft wicked. and wretch- miferable povercy . fheweth a woman not to be with child.. Inthefixth Houfe Career caufeth the difeafed to undergo long ficknefs fignifieth fervants to be wicked. rather unprofitable PhyfitiIn the feventh Houfe Career fheweth the wife ans ignorant. and tyranny . fheweth he that is abfent fhall not return . In the eleventh Houfe Career caufeth no friends. afflia- .and provoketh thofe that are wiih child to mifcarry of their own confenr. Career in the fourth Houfe figmheth a man to have no pofTeffions or inheritances . but fuch as are gotten and obtained either by lying. and fheweth no treafure to In the third Houfe Career fignifieth hatred and difbe hid. In the twelfth Houfe it raifeth enemies. becaufe when Sorrow and falfe declareth the Mother to be cruel. fhall be hated of her husband. a wicked confeience. and fignifieth fome evil fhall happen to him in his journey . 28 ftollen to Henry Cornelius Lsfgrippa. evil journeys . and infamous. dein prifon. and fignifies fuits and contenIn the eighth Houfe tions to be ill ended and determined. be taken and regained . and influfteth many evils. caufeth Judges to be unjuft edly to perifih . and fheweth them to be put to death . or through theft. denieth a wife to have any portion and legacies. and difperfeth moft fa Ife rumours. fignifieth no honours. or in publike judgement . it denotes perfons of no Religion. and ignorant of learning. In the tenth Houfe Career caufeth Princes to be very wicked.mifchance. Career declareth the kinde of death to be by fomefall.or falfe accufation . they are eftablifhed in their power. they will wholly addi& themfelves to every voluptuous luft. and noted with the badge of adultery . giveth no Offices noc Magiflracies. fignifies both the theef and thing . nor love.

afflicleth ic with of Geomancie. fervants fhall be good. bringeth a Mother to a good old age. or tillage. giveth no fame nor honors. many moleftations fignifieth . In the fecond Houfe it giveth much fubfta nee and riches. but giveth good faith. and much dolour and pain . treafure fhall not be found. caufeth unhappy journeys . or fignifies that fome evil mifchance fhall happen unto him .and declareth fuics and contentions to be very hurtIn the eighth Houfe it figful. but declareth men to be of good Religion. In the feventh Houfe Triflitia fheweth that the wife fhall foon die. neither fhall the Tr'&itia. and profound Scholars. and manuring theef nor the theft. 19 a perfon of good manners and in all his bufinefs one that is folitary. fheweth that he that is abfent fhall perifh in his journey . caufeth journeys to be very unfortunate. it fignifies fuch Offices as do appertain to the water. and a very covetous hoorder up of money. in the third Houfe fignifieth a brethren. but fheweth that he fhall outlive them all . nifies the kinde of death to be with long and grievous ficknefs. but cholly. In the fixth Houfe Triflitia fheweth that the fick fhall die . it caufeth juft Judges .devour. but mixt with divers difcommodities and mif-fortunes . In the tenth Houfe Triftitin fignifies Princes to be fevere . poffeffions and inheritances . but flothful . and indoweth a wife with a portion. fhewetha woman with child to bring forth a womanchild. but they that have them. In the fourth Houfe Trijtitia cenfumeth and deflroyeth fields. In the fifth Houfe it fignifies no children. it raifcth to great Offices. but very good lovers of juflice . man to have few ' of . or that they fhall foon die . but they fhall not be long enjoyed nor perfevercd in . caufeth a Father to be old and of long life. and fignifies cartel fhall be of a fmall price or value. Trifthia in the ninth Houfe. but fuch as are tedious and flow in determining of caufes . feldom laughing .fhallnot enjoy ihem.bui fhall rather hide them. and determining againfl you. but moft covetous after all things. with integrity and honefly of life. and fhall fcarce afford to themfelvesfood or fuflenance therefrom .and flow and occasions . melancarriage. one that is folitary. giveth legacies and an inheritance.

Dragons Caput Draconis in the firft Houfe augmenteth life and forhead. In the third Houfe CaputDraconis giveth many brethren . and fheweth that thofe that are abfent (hall foon return In the glorious Princes . And ihefe are the natures of the figures of Geomancy. great and magtenth Houfe he fignifies nificent Judges. In the fourth Houfe he giveth wealthy inheritances caufeth the Father to attain to old age.. and good Religion . increafeth Legacies and inheritances. ny wives . tune. kinfmen. or fuch as are to be imployed about matters of Religion and wifdom. In the twelfth Houle Caput Draconis fignifieth men to have many enemies. in all and lingular the refpeftive Houfes aforefaid. caufeth journeys. and fignifies news and rumours to be true. fignifieth the Phyfitian to be learned . upon all maner Of Queftions . and alio fignifies little love or favour. detaineth the imprifoned. and giveth very many Servants and chatIn thefeventh Houfe he fignifieth a marifhall have matel. and the death of friends . and good faith and credit. wretchedly condemneth theimprifoned . Cauda Draconis. In the eleventh Houfe Triflitia Signifies fcarcicy of friends. tain. faveth andconcealethatheef. multiplies and flirreth up manyadverfariesand In the eight Houfe he fheweth the death to be cerfuits. Caput Draconis in thefixth Houfe increafeth ficknefTes and difeafes . and to be beloved of all men. fignifies women with child to bring forth women-children. In the fifth Houfe Caput Draconls giveth many children . In the twelfth Houfe it fheweth no enemies . and fignifies treafure to be hid. in all and fingular their Houfes . In the eleventh Houfe he caufeth many friends . and oftentimes to have twins . great Offices. andevilly punifheth them. many Sciences. and many women. and their judg- ments. and gainful Magiftracy. 3o Henry Cornelius Agripp^ of the Earth. In the fecond Houfe he increafeth riches and fubftance . nif es many journeys.giveth the contrary judgemenr to Caput. it fneweth great honours and fame . and caufcth many difcommodities and difprofits to happen in ones life. and giveth a good In the ninth Houfe Caput Draconit figportion with a wife.

of Geomancie. But now in the maner of proceeding to judgement . he fhall alwaies declare moft crue and certain judgements upon every particular thing whatfoever. it declareth the theef tobefomeof ones own houfhold or fervants : and after this maner fhall you judge and confider of the reft . if a Queftion fhall be propounded of the fecond Houfe concerning a theef. and the natures thereof. which is contained in any of theHoufes. but beholding and diligently refpe£ting all the figures. for this whole Art confifteth in the Commixtures of the figures. if he fhall multiply himfelf by the other places of the figure . which whofoever doth rightly practice. Of . and the Index it felf in two Houfes. this you are efpeciaily to obferve . Thac whenfoever any Queflion fhall be propofed to you. You fhall cherefore confider the figure of the thing quefited or enquired after. you (ball ground the face of judgement. and the figure of the fecond Houfe fhall be found in the fwh. thac you may caufe chem alfo to be partakers in your judgement : as for example. of or concerning any matter or thing whatfoever. that you (ball not onelyanfwer thereunto by the figure contained in fuch a Houfe . 51 Queflions to be propounded .

and others very figuratively . and as it were Enigmatically and obfeure Riddles. and realbns of Magick it felf.32. Of O c cult Phil os ophy. and after what maner the experiments thereof be chofen . diligence. grounds> ly . to produce many wonderful are to effefts . and very curious fearching and exploration . and compounded. as being thofe which we have attained unto with great ftudy. OR Of Mag icalCeremonies: The Fourth Book. Written by Henry Cornelius Agrippa.rather Theorically. eledled. and fome alfo are not handled compleatly and fully. Henry Cornelius KAgripfi. we ^ N ournot compendiously. and are heretofore fet forth in a more . have fo as copioufdeclared the principles. then Practically . Books of Occult Philofophy. but becaufe in thole books they are treated of.

upon the four cadent Angles. from the riling of the body of the Planet ? according to the fuccelfion of the Signes through the fe veral degrees . from the beginning of the feventh Houfe. thou fhalt truely triumph. beginning from the degree of the afcendant \ and to attain to the names of the evil fpirits . which we have compofed and made as it were a Complement and Key of our other books of Occult Philofophy. by working the F con- . even fo with reading this book . after che maner already delivered : & by the oppofite and contrary way. By collecting together ted afcer this maner the letters out of the figure of the world . which many do fuppofe to be the foul of the world. 33 more rude and unfafhioned maner. we will give unto thee the documents of holy and undefiled verity . So that as by the reading of our other books of Occult Philofophy. from the four Angles of the fuccedane Houfes : fo that as to obtain the names of the good fpirits.The fourth book. Therefore in this book. and Inexpugnable and Unrefifbble Magical Difcipline . the calculation is to be made according to the fuccelfion of the fignes.the calculation being made from the degree of the afcendant. names of the great prefidential fpirits thou underftand the ruling in the Air . In the like ma- This therefore is : ner are conftituted the names of the Princes of the evil fpirits. to be known. or evil In the like maner fhalt fpirit. Wherefore let filence hide thefe things within the fecret clofets of thy religious bread . and conceal them with conof all ftanc Taciturnity. thou maid earnemy covet the knowledge of thefe things. is known the name of the great T)dt»on. the projection being made contrary to the fuccelfion of the fignes . retrograde order. is collected out of thefour Cardinal points of the figure of the world. That the names of the intelligent prefidents of every one of the Planets are conflicuthat is to fay. and out of the feveral degrees.Now the name of the fupreme& higheft intelligence. and Magical Operations . and the mofl pleafanc and delegable experiments of the Qcred Deities. they are taken under all the Planets of the prefidents in a. from che afpedls of the Planet himrclf.

by taking the name of the office or of the effect . but if we enter the table with : the name of a good fpirit of the third order. There- . afwel good as evil . as of the evil (o notwithstanding. after what manerfoever they are extracted. if we enter with Ic is further to be noted . or with the name of an evil fpirit a Governour. whether by this table . in their own line. That as often as we enter this table with the good fpirits of the fecond order . that if we enter the table w ich the name of a good fpirit of the fecond order. might be found out the name of any fpirit. the names extracted are of the fecond order and if under them we extract the name of an evil fpirit. in the cothe evil fpirit name of an fore we enter this table with the lumne of letters. And of this practice Tnfmegiflut is a great: under their own Oar. asoftheevil. the name of the evil fpirit (ball be extracted from the order of the Princes and Governours . men of no fmall Authority. v/ho have created concerning the attaining to the names of fpirits. he is of the fupenour order of the Governours. The fame order is. the names extracted /hall be the names of the miniftring fpirits of the inferiour order. Author. the Miniflers of the inferiour order. for the reafons atfigned to the fignes . : of the fuperiour order. fliall be the names of the evil fpirits. or from a celeftial figure .that the names of the evil fpirits are extracled. who delivered this kinde of calculation in Egyptian letters : noc unproperly alfo may they be referred to other letters of other tongues. or with the names of the miniflring fpirits. If therenames of the fpirits of the third order . out of the name of any office or effe£r. afwel from the names of the good fpirits. the names which do proceed from hence . will have rhe tables of this kindetobe extended withLatine letters: fo that by the fame tables alfo. You muft alfo obferve. for truly he only is extant of all men . afwel of the good fpirits. by the fame maner which is above delivered.34 Of Occult Philofopbf) contrary way. But many Magicians.

which do make the nameof a fpirit. which are found by the calculation of the celeftial figure . by fubRra&ing the degree of a ftar which is the fecond in orderfrom the firft ftar j and that which remaineth. begin the calculation of the vowels . let the degree of the eleventh Houfe be fubftrafted from the degree of that ftar which is firft in order j and that which remaineth thereof. the fame is the vowel of the fe- cond letter. we are to take heed of the placing the vowels of the letters. and by placing them according to their order : firft . by fubflra£ting the degree of the following flar. And fo confequently maift thou fearch ouc the vowels of the following letters alwaies. which is the firft in order. And in calculating the names of the evil fpirits. And this in the good fpirics . there is part of the vowel of the firft letter : begin therefore to calculate the vowels of thefe letters. jj Therefore the force. and where that number endeth . in thefe ought to betaken the degree of the twelfth Houfe. to flnde the names of the fpirits of the fecond order . by taking the beginning from the F 2 degree . from the degree of the ftar next preceding and going before. lee it be projected from the degree of the afcendent. where in the names of the good fpirits is taken the degree of the eleventh Houfe. and that vowel which falleth upon the fecond ftar. Prefidents and Governours. according to their number and order . by confidering the ftars which do conftitute and make the letters . ought to be made according to the fucceflion of the fignes. confifteth in the difpofing of vowels . Now this art is thus perfected and brought to pafs : firft. fecrecy and power . is thus brought to effect . Then afterwards thou fhalc finde the part of the fecond letter. in what maner the facred names of fpirits are truly and rightly found our. And all numerations and calculations may be made with the fucceffion of the fignes . and right word. and the vowel which falleth in the place of the ftar . And foalfo all calculations and numerations in the names of the good fpirits. the fame vowel is attributed to the firft letter. and wherewith is conflituted the true name.The fourth hook. caft from And this is the part from which thou ftulc the afcendant.

according to the order of the Alphabet.One whereofis. And the number of that diflance is to be numbered from the beginning of his own columne .or whereupon the name is extracted and the letter on which this number falleth. the five places of . But in all extractions by tables. Now thou fhalt finde the following vowels. the former muft give place to the latter: this you are to underfland only of the good fpirits. But the number of that diflance is projected from the beginning of his columne .according to that maner. nor of a mean foundation. which we have taught bow to finde out. is of no lirtle Authority. and where it endeth. as we have abovefaid . contrary to thefucceflion of the Alphabet. by taking the diflance from the precedent vowel to the following : and fo confequently accordingro the fucceffion of the Alphabet. and ihofe other . In fhall fall : upon them if the evil alfo you may proceed in the fame way . and contrary to the order of the columnes (that is to fay ) inafcending. except only. vowels which tributed unto fall and that their own letters . extracted by taking the diflance of the one from the tain . by taking in the figure of the nativity. From thence therefore muft you calculate the vowels. and of every man.ited with no vain reafons. degree of the tenth Houfe. there is the part of the vowel fought referred to the firft letter of the name. in the fame columne . But now we will give unto thee fome other ways. and the vowel which fhall fall upon the firft letter of a name.illuflr. in our third book of Occult Philofophy.the fame fhall be attributed to that name.6 2. of Occult Philofophy. The name of good Angels . there is part of the firft vowel : from thence therefore thou fhalt calculate the vowels themfelves. are to be attherefore any vowel fhall happen to upon a vowel. and where he (ball ceafe.the vowels are placed after another maner. in their own number and order. In the firft place therefore is taken the cer- number of letters making the name it felf. and is thus numbred from the beginning of the columne of thefirftletter. you make the numerations after a contrary and backward order.

the characters of the letters are proje&ed in their order and number from the beginning of Aries . we mud calculate from the degree of But according to the Egyptians. Now the names of the evil Angels are known afrer the like maner. and thofe letters which fall upon the degrees of thefaid places. which is to be made from the degree of the afcen- the letters according to the Almutel of the eleventh Houfe which Houfe they call a good T>&mon: which being placed according to their dignities.domakethe name of an the evil. we ought to acAnd whereas in the count from the beginning of Libra. by making their calculation from the degree of theafcendanr. 37 which being noted. order and figure . according to their order and dignity difpofed andafpe£ted. good fpirits we number from the degree of the afcendant contrarily. which are elfewhere already by us dilivered in our third book of Occult Philofophy . according to their dignity. that the fame fpirir may be called But others are difcovered from the name by divers names. in attaining the names of the evil. which they call an evil fpirir. and by gathering together is : the projection dant . except only that the projections mufl be performed contrary to the courfe and order of the fucceffion of the fignes . which is the ruling and governing (tars over the aforefaid five places . the the feventh Houfe. fo that whereas in feekirig the names of good fpirics. of an Angel is collected according ro theAlmutel of the name Now all thofe twelfth Houfe. and very much had in obfervation from the Egyptians . the names of the Angels are conftituted.. contrariwife. do make the name of an Angel. Inallwhich (as we have abovefaid) there is a myflical and divine number . may be made by the characters of any language. There is alfo another way . of thefpirit himfelf. rites. of the good or evil. we are to calculate from the beginning of Aries . by tables formed to this purpofe. The fourth of Hylech : booV. from whence it cometh to pafs . Now . wherein they do take Almutel .. and done by gathering together the letters falling upon Almutel which being placed in order . There is furthermore another way ufed.

then the lines are to be drawn out . afcending or defending. The heads then being pofited according to the fite of the Stars in the figure of Heaven .oraOofs. whereunto the planets alfo are reduced. firaight.: 38 Of Occult Phi/ofophy. according to the congmency or agreement of their natures. Stars.a triangle.withtheSun. The fifth with Venus and Mercury. The fecond with Jupiter a circular point. But in the erefling of the Planets. according to the fix magnitudes of the ftars. Now chefe celefiial characters do confift of lines and heads the heads are fix. l-o -* o * * o Lines joyned to the Heads. or oblique. a point made black. either fquare .eithercrooked^ound. + o •aW When therefore a character is to be foundof any cdeflial Image .a little firoke penetrating the line. the lines are drawn out. a femicircle. The fourth with Mars.or acute. Heads. Thefirft magnitudeholdethaStar. The third holdeth with Saturn. a little firoke or point with a tail . The fixth with the Moon. And this you are to underfiand of the fixed Stars. the heads being pofited according to their courfe and nature amongft themfelves. All which you may fee intheenfuingtable.

ought to be placed But if any letter of a name for the character of chat fpirit. and let it be multiplied by that number of which this letter is in the order of the Alphabet . 39 Image afcending in any degree or face of a figne . then the number of thefe Stars being pofued according to their place and order. which although it may appear eafie to thofe thac apprehend it. according to the fuccellion of the Alphabet and the letter upon which thac number (ball happen to fall . line of figures . But the Characters which are extracted according to the name of a fpicit . divide it by nine . : : the number how many this letter is in the order of the name. yet there is herein no fmall difficulcy . or the as five third . fall on the Take . it is thus to be wrought. that we may know which figure or which letter is to betaken.or nine Angles. when the letter of a name falleth upon the line of letters or figures. And this may be thus known: for if a letter falleth upon the line of letters. which notwithOanding ought not to exceed the number of nine. and multiply thefe numbers one after another by themfelves. and the remainder fneweth the figure or number to be placed in the chara£ter : and chis may be put either in a Geometrical or Arithmetical figure of number . as the fecond.The fourth book. To wir. out of the table . which do conim of Stars of the kme magnitude and nature . confider of what number this letter may be in the order of the name . and being added copioufly as the fame can be done.and treble the product then cart the whole (being added together) from the beginning of the letters. then how many letters that namecontaineth orfeven. by giving to every letter that name which agreeth unco him. The . are compofed by the table following . the lines are drawn after the fimilitude of the I- mage fignified.

Toothed. G> Adhering. Line crooked bow. interfeftion fimple. * s~ s h Cha- . C Separate. like a # Straight Handing line. Sinifler. Obliq. A whole figure. T Manifold. Interferon right. Afimplepoint. Inherent. O Lying. Like waves.4° Of Occult Thilofophy. Perpendicular right dexter. Oblique. Scarry. O A letter inhering. ^ Round. ^ m Neuter. Adhering feparate. The Characlers of good Sfir its. x K Hh tf Mixt. -^ Half. A Broken.

A creeping thing. A right line. A mafs. R. Rain. JI Winde. Reflexed. A fim pie figure. A hand. Flame. A ferpenc. Broken. c/x/O Penetrate. A crown. Clay. Retrograde. F Water. /sMI A flying thing. A foor. A right letter. 4» The Characters of evil Spirits. Invers'd. . An eye. — Crooked.The fourth M. A creft. Horns.

he pofleffeth that digniry. according to their own figure thofe which are the Ioweft. Furthermore. or of the fame Tables of Characters and Images: for upon what fpirit foever there falleth any excellent figne or inflrument out of theTable ofChara£*ers. his Image holdeth the pre-eminence. he fhall likewife have the fame character in the fheweth a Kingly dignity if a Creft or Plume. Of Occult Pbilofophy. to them is attributed the head. fo that they which are the firft orders.if a Horn.a County if withliar : . We may alfoartain to the knowledge of the dignities of the evil Spirits.certain hidden feals. thac letparts that -fit. And all thefe Characters or Images may be feenby the table following . take their venue from thence . they all impart equal things.a D ukedome. making the harmony of fome divinity : either they are fignes of a Covenant entred£des thefe Characters. the others imparting their own order . and ter which is the flronger in the number fhall bear rule if they are equal. : . or give the But if there happen any contrariety. becaiife they are. But the Characters which are underflood by the revelation of Spirits. if any name fhall obtain any notable Character or Inftrument out of the Table. As if there fhall be Crown. and of promifed and plighted faich.. out . as it were. according to the conrfe of the letters conflituting the names of Spirics themfelves : fo that if in any letter there is found more then the name of one Spirit . A fword. and yield obedience to them that invoke them.the upper part of the body. Moreover. there are certain famiFigures & Images of evil Spirits. do poffels the thighs and feet fo alfo the middle letters do attribute like to themfelves the middle parts of the body . A fee peer. 42. A fcourge. And thofe Chara&ers cannot by any other means be fearched out. under which forms they are wont to appear.

they alfo who ride . do excel them which appear on fooc.The fourth hook.y'ou mud underftand. Laftly. Sword. with an angry countenance.lean. that it is not incongruent for their Kings and Dukes to be Subject and Minifter to the presidents of the fuperiour order.andoneach fide nofed or beaked:there likewife appeareth a face on each knee. they which bear an humane fhape and figure . 43 out thefe there be a Scepter. An Old man with a beard. it fheweth Rule and Authority. : : The fljapes familiar to the Spirits of Saturn. or forked Inff rument. that the Spirits of the inferiour order. Moreover.whiter then any Snow. and flendef body. T? T one Hey appear forthemoft part with a tall. A Juniper-tree. An Owl. A Hooke or Sickle. one on the former part of the head. riding on a Dragon. The f articular forms are. have greater dignity thenthofe which appear under the Forms and Images of Beafts . beard. Rule and Authority. A Dragon. An Old woman leaning on a ftaffe. Likewife out of the Table of Images you fhall finde them which bear the chief Kingly dignity from the Crown judge dignity . and from the Inftruments. having four faces. of a black fhining colour : their motion is the moving of the winde. in the hinder part of the head. one before another.are alwaies fubjeft to the Spirits of the fuperiour order fo alfo. with a kinde of earthquake : their figne is white earth. G a The . And thus according to all their commixtures. A King having a A Hog. A black Garment. of what dignity foever they be. you may judge the dignity and excellency of Spirits.

A Box-tree. The familiar forms of the Spirits of Mars. there will appear men about the of Lions. and of the colour of Iron. Bull. flafhings of Lightning and Thunder but withamilde countenance. . drawn. A King with a Sword. cholerick . their figne Thunder and Lightning about the Circle. of colour brown. who (hall feem tobe devoured Their particular forms are . A A Maid with a Laurel-Crown adorned with Flowers. A Man armed. The familiar farms to the Spirits of Jupiter. A Sword. A Peacock. A King armed riding upon a WoJf. A Man wearing a Micre in long raymenc. a gentle The motion of them is . having horns like Harts horns . and Griphins claws. Their particular fhapes are . Bujchj. circle . wich a horrible fearful motion . their figne is. a filthy countenance. fwarthy or red. bellowing like wilde T Hey Their Motion is like fire burning . of a midd e flature . % T He Spirits of Jupiter do appear with a body fanguine and cholerick . fpeech. Bulls. 6* appear in a tall body .44 of Occult Pbilofophy. Az. Homo mitratm.urino veftu. An azure Garmenc. A Stag. riding on a Stag.

O T^He Spirits of the Sun do for the mod pare appear in full a large. in a gold colour. Their moiion is as the Lightning of Heaven . with the tintture of blood. and great body fanguine and grofs. be maids playing without the Cirde. a Lion.the upper part golden. A Lion. But their particular forms are. their figne is to movetheperfonto fweatthac calls them. A yellow or golden Garment. A Horfe.which will provoke and But their particular allure him that calleth them to play. A King having a Scepter riding on A King crowned. of colour white The motion of them is as orgreen. A Queen with a Scepter. The fourth book 4j A Woman holding a A Hee-goar. A Cock. ? 'T'Hey do appear with a fair body. Woo!. MultiShapes familiar to the Spirits of the Sun. Familiarfhapes of the Spirits of^ems. with an amiable and pleafant countenance . A Scepter. there will fcem to it were a moft clear Star. forms are A . For their figne. buckler on her thigh. Caudai us. of middle ftarure . A Cheeflip. ceps.. A red Garment. A Bird. A Stag.

The motion of them is as it were filver-coloured clouds. AShee-bear. ""THe Spirits . fundry changeable colours. of colour clear and bright.46 Of Occult Philofophy. The herb Savine. D THey will for the mofl part appear in a great and full body> fok and phlegmatique . liquid and moift. .like unto a Knight armed . white or green Garment. For their figne> they canfe and bring horror and fear unto him that calls them. A A A Maid clothed and Maid naked. A Dove. A Magpie. A King riding upon a Bear. of colour like a black obfcuce cloud. A Camel. A The familiar forms of the Spirits ofMercury. A Dog. A King with a Scepter riding upon a Camel. But their particular fhapes are. drefled beautifully. cold. A fair Youth. Flowers. fair. A little ftaffe. 9 of Mercury will appear for che mod part in a body of a middle llature. A Woman holding a diftaffe. A Garment of A Rod. The forms familiar to the Spirit t of the Moon. Shee-goar.and with an affable fpeech in a humane fhape and form.

Buc we now come to fpeak of the holy and facredPentaand Sigils. wherein we muft write the name of his Angel : and if we will adde fome divine name con. or they are compounded of all of them. having a fwelling countenance. And the Chara<£ters which are ufeful for us to conflitute and make the pemacles . and helping and affifting us to binde. What Character foever therefore of this kinde is to be inflitured . which are compofed either of Geometrical figures and holy names of God. they are the Characters of the good Spirits .exterminate. and reconciling them unto us. with eyes red and full of water . And thefe pemacles do confift either of Characters of the good fpirits of the fuperiour order . are as it were certain holy (ignes preferving us from evil chances and events . there will appear an exceeding great rain abouc the Circle. or very many of them mixr. An Arrow. And their particular (hapes are. Archer riding upon a Doe* A Woman-hunter with a bow and arrows.The fourth book. . A Creature having many cles feet. with apt and fit verlkles. and alluring the good fpirits. and fometimes alfo of the third order. A little Doe. Now thefe pemacles. For their figne. ** cloud. efpecially and chiefly of the good fpirits of the firft and fecond order. we mud draw about him a double circle . A Garment green or filver-coloured. A Cow. Their motion is as it were an exceeding great temped of the Sea. And this kinde of Characters are efpecially to be named holy and then thofe Characters which we nave above called holy.according to the courfe and manerof many of them . A King like an A little Boy. and teeth like a wilde boar. and drive away evil fpirits . or of facred pictures of holy letters or revelations . a bald head. A Goofe.

let the circle be drawn round about it on each fide thereof. But the holy pictures which do make the pentades. Wrath. as of Efaiai. The figure may be t aken out of the fecond book of the e OWAcchabees : that is to fay.48 congruent with his Of Occult Thilofophf. And if there fhall be written any Angular figure. where we have made menSpirit and Office. wherein let there be written fome divine name . Daniel^ Efdra* and others . the Revenge of God. As. '" tion of holy things. e[' let him be taken according to the reafon and rule of the numbers . . that is ape and conformed to the effect of that figure .and fuch-like . as well of the old as of the new Teflamenr. a Sword. And of this fort there are two pcntaclesof fub- . -*. r be of the greater force and efficacy. ^"""""there may bewiitten about Deo . whereof very many may be found out of the vifions of the Prophets. drawn i . then let like operations. that alfo fhall be lawful to be done. gjadmm coma necJ t wh^Takethe holy Sword tbe gift of(jod> wherey fanltum. Even as the figure of the Serpent hanging on thecrofs. * . according to the maner of his numbers . in jn y{ ^ (fa ren th p t hy arm Jl y g t it : a verficle of the fifth Pfalm : you will write any difome name be taken verjapos lgni es fear. ic will . a hand holding a golden Sword about which lee there be written the verficle there .. p ^^ of Ifrael. Therefore when any picture is pofited of any of thefe holy Images . which may defireto afcertainor deprecate the defired effeft. But if vine name about the fi figure. or that f populi fome Tuch-like name congruent and agreeing with the effeft we > rA~ defired. if a pentacle were to be made to gain victory or revenge againft ones enemies.and of the c 9*? C0H fome other before thy face there is death'fit " f fuch-like verficle. as we have taught in our fecond book of Occult Philofophy. or elfe there may be written about it fome verficle taken out of part of the body of holy Scripture.where we have treated of the numbers. are they which everywhere are delivered unco us in the Prophets and facred Writings . and alfo out of thereveiation of the slpocalypfc. And if we will draw about him any angular figure . eft . afwel vifible as invisible . And we have fpoken of them in our third book of Occult Philofophy. wjf ^ t f)ou 7a f[ adverfarics Or alfo my people ^cc!P . ' ' .

Behold. lam Alpha Omegajhe beginning Eg fum the end. I have given you power to tread upon Serpents and Scorpions. and over all the power ofyour entmies. as it is in the j. Cody to thyjlrength. (-five commandment^ . very ufeful and neceflary to be ufed in the confecration of experiments and Spirits : one whereof is that in the firft chapter of Apocaffpfe . El. a figure of the Majefty of God fiti ing upon a Throne.and unloofe thefeven fea/s thereof. 49 fublime vertue and great power. Saday. and nothing (hall be able to hurt you. Whereabout lee there be written this verficle : Behold the Lion hath overcome of the Tribe of Judah .whichu. and I have We keys of death an& mm fc™ iu\ he //. and feven horns. as there it is written. conformable to any number. and under his feet a booh^ fealed with feven feats. which are. Lee all their waves be darknefs uncertain. about there be written. fltula flC "' .chap. let there be written abouc it the ten general names. -.who am liv'mg. &C. babttilavd inftrni.Elohf. EHon. to produce any certain effect or vertue.and wot deadend «oyi$mu(. Zebaoth. Oh God.The fourth book. And let the Angel of the Lord feat ter them. Adonay. and Moreover.and which was-. . in ui. O . Confirm. Buc thofe Pentacles which are thus made of figures and names. And let the Angel of the Lord persecute them. And let there be alfo written abouc ic the ten general names.Then there (hall be written abouc it thefe three verficles.the figure whereof is like unto a Lambe fain. I am thefirjl and the lafr. Jah. To wir. V behold I live for ever and ever . having in his which a two-edged Sword.primus and mighty. Let them be at dufl before the face of the winde. and which U to come. as aforefaid. And one other verficle://aH/ Satan like Ightningfall down from heaven.Efcerchie. There is another pentacle. Elohim. the root of David. let them keep this order : for when any figure is pofited. J will open the book . in all the H feveral . & mmn & lorum . of the Apocalypfe. Tetragrammaton. thy work. having fe ven eyes. there mull be written thereupon . the Al. «ctfum let mouth & & & vivens m Manda Dew virtuti tua.

and they obeyed him j : . Oftentimes alfo we confiiture PentacJes. which we may as we pleafe either multiply or commix together by courfe among themfelves. and extenfion and enlargement of force and venue. likewife. or of fo many letters of a name. And this is the way of making thePentacles. and by drawing about ic a fingle or double Circle. or by any number which maybe divided without any fuperfluity or diminution. according to their feveral diflinft forms and fafhions. obtaining the force and of the thing defired : yet fonevertnelefs.50 fevera! Angles. whether it be onely one name or more. by making the revolution of fome kinde of name . or at lead principally. as joyned together amongft themfelves. Now fuch a name being found. if a deprecation fhould be made for the overthrow and deftrufrion of ones enemies.and by writing therein fome holy Vcrficle competent and befitting this name. As .howGod overthrew Pharaoh and his hoft in [he Red-Sea and to call to minde if any other malediflion or curfe be found in holy Writ. to work the gre ter efficacie . we ought to call to remembrance the faving of Noah in the deluge of waters . in a fquare Table . that the name which is of this fcrc do confirt of jufl fo many letters.may make the number of a Figure . efficacie Of Occult Philofophy. and how he commanded thewindesand the waves. fome Divine name . or from which that name is extra& raining down fire and brimftone. and alfo we are to minde how Chrifl walked upon the waters. the pafling of the children of Ifrael thorow the Red-fea . or divers names. And thus in things of the like fort. it is to be written in all the feveral Angles in the Figure : buc in the middle of the Figure la the revolution of the name be whole and totally placed. and the definition of Sodom andGomorrha. as the Figure may conflitute a number . So likewife in deprecating and praying againfl perils and dangers of waters. then we are to minde and call co remembrance how God deflroyed the whole face of the earth in the deluge of waters . and faved the (nip in danger to be caft away with the tempeft.

or deftru&ion. that thefe kinde of bonds have a threefold difference : forthefirftbondis. whether one onely. fortitude. but alfo all other creatures whacfoever . And laflly. You may know lurcher. juft ice. 2 of in danger of H . as animals/em. or any of the noble Angels.that he drew Peter out of the water. or Star.and accommodated to the defired effect : as. we then call upon the names of mercy. we may binde not onely fpi. when we conjure by Natural things : the fecond is compounded of Religious myfteries. and holy Sigils. When alfo we pray unto God that he would grant unto us our defires. goodnefs.1: The fourth book. where we have treated of the manner of the compofit ion of Inchantments. and the force and power Malice.n rks. whofe office it is to execute our defires : and fometimes alfo we require fome evil fpirit to retrain or compel. or more. if it be to overthrow enemies . we are to invoke and call upon the names of wrath. to wit . and fuch-like names of God. Miracles. whofe name likewife we intermingle j and that rightly efpecially . defence. fear. as revenge. revenge. punifhment. 5 andalfo. or whether he be an Angel.^. or in any other part of holy Scripture . But this kinde of Oration ought to becompofed according co the Rules which we have delivered in the fecond book of Occult Philofophy . fuch as are fignificacive to accomplifh our defire. and things of this fort: and the third is confticuted by Divine names. the lame is to be mingled with our prayers. that fhall feem congruent and agreeable to our defire . falvation. whether one or more . or Soul. God . * burnings. we are likewife to intermix therewith the name of fome good fpirit. if it be to execute any evil work . Now after Prayer hach been made unto God.E^. it is expedient afterwards to make an Oration to that executioner whom in our precedent prayer unto God we have defired fhould adminifter unto us. Furthermore. and fortitude of God and if we would avoid and efcapeany evil or danger. being drowning : and the like. floods of waters.» pefts. And by thefe kinde of bonds . him .with thefe we invoke and call upon fome certain holy names of God. if there oe any Verficle in the Pfalms . by Sacraments.

and thefettingupof the Serpent in the wildernefs and further adding that Vehicle. in the ordination of the Church. Superflir *° n a ^° * s °*" mucn prevalency herein.5 2 of Occult Philofophy. if any flull be found convenient hereunto: as. And t that the perfon himfelf fhould with a firm and undoubted hereof.Mirades. by commemorating the curfe of the Serpent in the earthly Paradife. but fometimes alfo ufing the means of Deprecation and Benediction. the Rites of Excommunication. to binde that which we intend to imbuiate ' hinder . Which things. Hiflories.Promifes. and the like. as. secration faith believe the vertue. the commemoration of holy Scriptures. in the Conjuration of Serpents . by a certain fimilitude. and by the vertue of the prayer by which the Confecration is made. &c> Funerals. by the tranflation of yflT ^° me Sacramental Rites . Sacraments and Sacramental things. Buryings.Graces. Works. with . fuch as we have in many places of the holy Bible . and the like. ^ Initiation. there is required holiuefs of Life. to joyn fome fentence of holy Scripture. &C. For in the perfon confecrating. There is ufed alfo the invocation of fome Divine names. it conduceth much to this purpofe . Moreover. if it be by divine infpiration ordained to this purpofe. do feem properly or improperly to appertain to the thing confecrated. in the power of the perfon confecrating .Thou [hilt walJ^upon the Aft and the Bafi Utk^-. of Arms. And now we come to treat of the Confecrations which men ought to make upon all inftruments and things neceffary to be ufed in this Art : and the vertue of this Confecracion moft chiefly confifls in two things . power. which is not onely by it felf. or that it be hereunto inflituted through the power of the Holy Spirit . and power of fanetifying : both which are acquired by Dignification and . as. as. but by the commemoration of holy things . of Sepulchiej. Otherwife there is in the Prayer a Sanctimony. which cither folely confifleth in the prayer it felf. EfFects. not onely by Conjuration. and it eflficacie And hen in the Prayer felf by which this Con- is made. Oftentimes alfo we ufe thefe bonds aforefaid. Super af. there is required the like holinefs . to wit.

fuch as are the Sprinkling with Holy-Water. we ought to commemorate how that God hath placed the firmament in the midfl of the waters. Likewife we are to call to remembrance in what manner God made the water to be the inftrument of executing his judice in the deftrudlion of the Gyants in the general deluge over all the earth. and through the midft of the river of Jordan . This therefore is to be known.. thac in the end of every Confecration.and Fumigations. after that the prayer is rightly performed. how God led his own peoplethorow the midft of the Sea on dry ground . That if any Confecration be to be made of things profane. with the commemoration of his vertue and authority . which watered the whole earth. and with an earneft and intentive minde. Unftions with holy Oyl. are more apt 10 receive the influences of the Divine vermes. and likewife how marveloufly he drew forth water out of the ftony rock in the wildernefs . and odoriferous SufFumigations appertaining to holy Worfhip. Which things being lo made pure. We are alfo to obfervc . and firmly obferved . and in the overthrow of thehoft of Pharaoh in the Red-fea . that it may be the more duely performed. and things of the like fort. 53 with che confignation of holy Seals . And therefore in every Confecration there is chiefly ufed the Benediction and Confecration of Water. with divine vertue and power of the prefenc Confecration .ufed everywhere with holy Waxlighcs or Lamps burning: for without Lights no Sacrament is rightly performed. So then. from whence fprang four holy rivers . and in what maner that God placed the fountain of waters in the earthly Paradife. And therefore we will here lay down fome examples hereof. in which there is any pollution or defilement. in the confecration of water. which do conduce to fanclificationand expiation. by breathing out fome words. the perfon confecrating ought to blefs the thing confecrated .Fire. whereby the way to the whole perfection hereof may the more eafily be made to appear unto you. Oyl. Tht fourth book. alfo . then an exorcifing and expiation of thofe things ought to precede the confecration.

and for the expiation of fins : alfo. which are conformable hereunto . and alfo. living water. and divine names fignificant hereunto. and of falvation. or fuch-like names . demefs . and how miraculoufly he re-kindled the fame. he caufeda founof running water to flow out of the cheek-tooth of the jaw-bone or an afs: andlikewife. the glory of God.54 and tain Of Occult Philofophy. facrificed. and hath hereby fanftihed and cleanfed the waters. when God fhall come to judge the world. it is read in the Law and the Prophets. and preferved it elfewhere from going out. that God is a living fountain. And likewife in the confecration of Oyl and Perfumes. that God is a consuming fire : and if there be any of the Divine names which fignifies fire. for the expiation of Original fin: alfo. as. Likewife the Names of God are to be called upon which are confonant hereunto . he will command a conflagration of fire to go before him. for punifhmenc. Andlikewife in the confecration of fire. as. how God hath made waters the inflrumenc of his mercy. the fplendorandbrighcnefs of God. vengeance. or fanftified. and names of the like kinde. being extinft . and that nothing can be duely offered. we are to call to remembrance fuch holy things as are pertinent to this purpofe. fuch as which fignines anoynted : and what is the name Chrift . the light of God. the fountain of mercy . as. Moreover. as that in the Revelation-. of the two Olive-trees diflilling holy oyl into the lamps that burn before . And we are to call to remembrance in what manner God appeared to Mofes in the burning bufli. without fire . myfteries there are hereof . certain divine names are to be invocated. and how that God inflituted fire to be kept continually burning in the Tabernacle of the Covenant . we are to commemorate how that God hath created the fire tobeaninftrument to execute his juftice . being hidden under the waters : and things of this fore. how ac the prayer of Samfon. which we read in Exodw of the holy anoyntingoyl. how he went before the children of Ifrael in a pillar of fire . how Chrift was baptized in Jordan.

wax. And the blefling of the lights. Alfo . the fan&ification of the Temple of Chrid. fealing it with fome holy Sigil. 55 before the face of God: and the like. perfuming the fame with holy Fumigations. fuch as thefe are : The fanitification of the throne of God. the Altar of God. of the temple of Jerufalem. and lamps . and without which nothing in holy Rites can be duely performed. and fuch-like things. In the next place now we fhall mew unto youtheconiecrationof Places. and blerting it with prayer . Andintheconfecrations of inftrumencs. is taken from the fire. and by commemorating holy chings out of the facred Scriptures. Thefe therefore are the Confecrations which firft of all areneceffary tobeufedineverykinde of devotion.and ought co precede it . of the Tabernacle of the Covenant . by the transfiguration and afcenfion of Chrift : and the like. which are to be written about the Circle or place to be confecrated. and the altar which containeth the fubftance of the flame: and what other fuch fimilitudes as areinmyfteries j as that of the feven candleflicks and lamps burning before the face of God. and of all other chings whatfoever that are ferviceable to this Art . of mount ought to take the prayer of Solomon ufed in the dedication of the Temple: and moreover.The fourth book. you muftblefsthe place with the fprinklingof Holy-waterT and with Fumigations . the Chayr of God. Religion > and Divine names which . by the crucifying of Chriit . of the Holy of holies. And by invocating divine names which arefignificant hereunto j fuch as the Place of God . the fan* saxflum edification of mount Golgotha. the Throne of God . finflorum. vou fliall proceed after the fame manner. and fuch-like divine names of this forr. by fprinkling the lame with Holy-water. of mount Tabor. Inftruments. Therefore when you would confecrate any Place or Cirde. the Tabernacle of God. by commemorating in the benediftion holy myfteries. anoynting it with holy Oyl. the Habitation of God .

which fecrated as for . 7*4*. and that place in the fecond of the Macchabees. and the like. The fanTeftaments of God . Pictures. were delivered to Afofctby ftification of the there is to be commemorated fuch divine : names as are fie and convenient hereunto . in confecrating a fword . (M. when the Rite ofconfecration or collection of any Sacrament in the Church is transferred to that thing which we would confecrate. Swords^Scc. The book of life.56 of ftull : Occult Ph/lofophy. and they are as it were certain covenants and conventions between thofe names with which they are made . Rings. There is furthermore. when we dedicate . And if there be any thing of the like in the Aeclft{ Prophets. the Old and New . another Rite of confecration. that Vowes .as is contained in writings. and Sahave the power ofconfecration . Orations. And this is out of the kindes of fuperftitions : That is to fay. ftrongly cleaving to our defire and wished effect : As. The book of God. of wonderful power. and It is crifice. and us who make them. afwel real as perioral . offer. fealfng. And with fuch kinde of Rites is the perfonalconfecration performed. r os bis ecu• * j i r v i-i and whatfoeverof the like nature. and the like. and bleflfing with holy commemorations.two coat s. Images. as Deities. the fanitifying of the Tables of the ten Commandments. &cc.Sit. tou pictures. perfuming. to be known alfo. and calling to remembrance the falsifications of myfleries . Oblations. as.unto you two-edged. anoincing. Thacafword was divinely and miraculoufly fent to Judtu Macchabem. by fprinkling. be found agreeable to the thing that is to be conexamples fake. vo lifjadij n jjj^g maner you p^all confecrate experiments and books. and of the Prophets. and much efficacy . Un£Vions. As. Sigils > Pentacles . as thefe are The Teftement of God. befides thefe. and things lefs material. Fumigations. Moreover. He that hath du*t tuiti. Inchantments . asthac place.and Scriptures. and facrifice. with certain names or things . The wifdom of God . which i • • God in MoxmiSittdJ . we 4ui Met are to call to remembrance that in the Gofpel. which are promulgated by the holy Ghoft. Looking-glafles . The knowledge of God. Thefan&ificarion of the Law. Scrip- .

of Spirits j whereof we uier $/>>(hall now fpeak a few words. with his office and power. is to be adorned. omitting the it is more eflicacious not to neglect any thing which conduceth to it. That all and fingular the fpirits who are written in the book. Now this facred book being thus compofed according to the maner already delivered. with the Oath above ir.with pollution and profanation. Yet very many do compofe this book otherwife . and his dignity and place. the ready and prefent obedience of the fpi- therein written. rite.with Regifters and Seals. fpirits crated.garnifhed.raum. according to the Stars which thefe fpirits are under.and indanger the operator. a in their book of evil fpirits. times. this book ought to be kept as reverently as may be : for irreverence of minde caufeth it to lofe its vcrtue.and kept fecure. name and order whereunto they binde with a cer: tain holy rit Oath. be called to the Circle . their fite. and are feen to agree unto. and on the right fide his character. this book is to be made of mod pure and dean piper. that hath never been ufed before . And is this . For this book is to be confe.hours. containing the name of the fpirit. there is to be obferved the circumftances of places. according to the Rites and Order I which characters or image: buc : . Furthermore. ^A hok^. Scriptures : 5 7 of which we have largely fpoken in our third book of Occult Philofophy.The fourt h book . and well bound. and order being applied. left it fhould happen after the confecration to open in fome place noc intented. Which book being fo written. maner that to fay book mud be infcribed after this Let there be placed on the lefc fide the image of the fpirit. which is properly called. we are then to proceed to the confecration thereof after a twofold way one whereof is.ceremoniouny to be compofed. Moreover . There is extant amongft thofe Magicians (whodomoft ufe the miniflery of evil fpirits) a certain Rite of invocaring by a Book to be confecrated before to chat purpofe . which many do call Now : Virgin-paper.

let the book be taken and fhut. And inthefrrft place. And this way is thus : Let there be made a book of fpirits as we have before before fet forth . let there be read in the prefenceof the fpirits all the Oathes which are written in that book . taught . let all the fpirits be compelled toimpofe their hands where their images and characters are drawn . let all the fpirits be called which are written in the book. This book being perfected after this mancr . but in the end thereof lee there be written Invocations and Bonds. Then this book muft be bound between two Tables or Lamens . There is another maner of confecrating a book of fpirits. and then the book to be confecrated being placed without let it we have before the Circle in a triangle there drawn . and there in the firft place the book being opened. and ftrong Conjurations. and buried in the middle of the Cir- . and the book that is to be be placed without the Circle in a triangle. which is more eafie. Which being done. Then let the book be wrapped up in clean linen .in their own order and place . and preferved as we have before fpoken . to afluxc their obedience. Of Occult Philofophy. by conjuring them thrice by the bonds defcribed in the book. to a Circle prepared in acrofs way . and in the infide thereof let there be drawn the holy Pentacles of the Divine Majeftie. according to the Art which we have before delivered . except that in opening this book the fpirits do not always come vifible. which we have before fee forth and defcribed out of the Afocalypfe: then let the firft of them be placed in the beginning of the book . let it be brought in a clear and fair time. and confirm the fame. to the book fo to be confecrated. and of much efficacie to produce every effect . wherewith every fpirit may be bound. and the fecond at the end of the fame. and let the fpirits be licenfed to depart. that they come unto that place within the fpace of three days . according to due rite and order. let it be confecrated to the rites and ways which we have before declared concerning Confecration.58 which confecrated. Which being done. and to confirm and confecrate the fame w'th a fpecial and common Oath.

and let a precious perfume be made. and new make the Circle . as on of oracle of thofe things which are defired. which do direct to fpirits. and by the name of their character and image. and open the hole. Itbehoveth therefore that the invocant himfelf be religiI 2 oufly . to fpeak or appear in fight. Then youfhall licenfe the fpirits in their order. or do inform us in dreams by fpirits. and take out the book . let him do it in a fair and clear feafon. return .placing the fame between two holy Lamens or Pentacles . Circle. then you fhall licenfe the fpirits to depart.The fourth book. when the fpirits are leaft troubled . not opening the fame. one it behoveth them efpecially to obferve two things : whereof is about the difpofition of theinvocantj the other about thofe things which are outwardly to be adhibited to the invocation. conjure them by the bonds placed in the end of the book. And this is the lafl rite and maner of confecrating. and let him place himfelf towards the region of the fpirits. And now we (nail come to (peak concerning the invocatiwell of the good fpirits as of the bad. and do offer themfelves to our fight. for the conformity of the fpirits to be called. Whofoever therefore would call any good fpirit . depart before chc fun rife. Then let him open the book under a due Regifter . about the middle of the night . and deftroying the Circle. and with bended knees make prayer and giving thanks unto God. But the Operator. and fo let it be kept. depart before the rifmg of the fun : and on the third day. And having attained your defired effect. to that purpofe which you defire : and. The good fpirits may be invocated of us . 59 and there faft flopped up : and then the Circle being deftroyed. let him invoke the fpirits by their Oath there defcribed and confirmed . after the fpirits are licenfed. divers ways.when he would work by the book thus confecrated. profitable to whatfoever writings and experiments. if there be need . For they do openly ipeak to thofe that watch . and in fundry manners do offer themfelves unto us. as oefore is (hewn.

he ought to be confeffed and conrrire. from all perturbation of minde. and let them be both kept confecrated. This place muft firft be exorcifed and confecrated : and let there be a table or altar placed therein. the invocant oughc to conferve himfelf all thefe days. which is fourty days. and make a perfume every day that you fhall pray. and pure anointing oyl . and from all maner of forraign and fecular bufinefs. pure. In the middle of the altar. place therefore. and girt about you with a girdle. as much as fhall feem convenient to him to be done.let there be placed Lamens . days of fafling and preparation. being clothed with a holy linen garment. covered with clean white linen. covered with pure fine linen . lee him daily between fun-rifing and fun-fee ting. chafte. and rightly expiated. Alfo. wherein you (ball kindle the holy fire . the flame whereof ought not to go out all thefe days. free from all maner of noife. or the holy paper which we have before defcribed.Moreover. You fhall alfo have a long garment of white linen. There is alfo another number obferved amongft the Caballiils. In the firft to fucli a myrtery. and notfubjeft to any Grangers fight. abftinenc . You fliall alfo have in readinefs a precious perfume. quiet . Alfo. he fhall obferve fadings all thefe days. dofe. which may cover the whole body and the feet . let there be fet two confecrated wax-lights burning.60 oufly difpofed for of Occult many days Pbilofopby. and fet towards the eaft and on each fide thereof. : and . the firft is. feven times call upon God. by daily wafhinghimlelf with holy water. is commonly the time of a whole Lunation. Now Now concerning thofe things which do appertain to this Rite of Invocation. and make a deprecation to the Angels to be called according to the number of the rule which we have before "taughr. both inwardly and outwardly. and to feparate himfelf as much as may be done. which is not to be opened until the end of thefe days of the Confecration. There mart alfo a Cenfer be fet on the head of the altar. That a place bechoferi^ clean. You fliall alfo have a veil of pure clean linen. clofe before and behinde.

good make afcer this maner either in metal conformable. firft by fpnnkling your felf.wkh theinfeription of the x&mzTttragrammaton . and li: . And in the centre of the Lamen. with convenient colours : and the outward form or figure thereof may be : fquare. on thelaft day. cenfe them to depart. or in new wax. let there be Hexegcnns written the name and character of the Star. let there be drawn a character of fix corners . ill which things are to befan&ified and confecrated in order. or of the like fore . and arayed with a holy garment . mixt with fpecies and colours conformable orit may be made in clean paper.they will appear unto you .you fhall to be ufed to invoke any . as the fpirits if we would fpirit. you fhall faft more flri£tly and fading on the day following. Tie fourth deck. And when you enter therein. or triangular. to whom the good fpirit that is to be called is fubjecl. you (hall fprinkle it with holy water: then ou (hall make a perfume upon the altar. which you defire which you (hall entertain with a benign and chalte communication . call ?enugen»t And we fhall call onely one never- . asabovefaid : and then an invocation being made to the Angels.and pray before the altar upon your knees. you may enter into the holy place . let there be placed fo many characters of together at once. But you muft nor enter into the holy place. according co the rule of the numbers : in which there mufl be written the divine names . and then you fhall enter into it with your feet naked. at the rifing of the fun. circular. ufing the ceremonies before fpoken of. or of the Spirit his governour . Then you fhall open the holy Lamen.and afterwards with Iended knees pray before the altar as we have directed. as well the general names as the fpecial. But in the end of thefedays. unlefs it be firftwafhed. and anoint your eyes . which is NowtheLamen fpirit. in the middle whereof.Si and in the fore-pare thereof lee there be fixed golden or gilded Lamens. And about this character . you fhall figne your felf with holy oyl in the forehead. five corners. then with making a perfume. ufing prayer in all thefe Confecrations.

ferving for the invocation of all we may make fpecial Tables we the rule which Neverthecongruent to every fpirit. by the faid divine names. clothed with clean white garments . And if wetakea fortunate ftar herewith. continuing wafhed and fading. with their characters .ll Pbi/o[ophy. being wafhed and fafting. the Cenfers for the perfumes. And now we eafie will declare unto you another Rite more to perform this thing : that is to fay. and perfume it. and let him ex- orcize the place. And this lefs is the way of making the good general Table. on thofe days and hours which thenagreetdtheSpirit. Then let him enter the place farting. and blefs it. and anoint himfelf with holy anointing oyl . and confefs'd. by anointing his forehead. and upon both his eyes.: 62 verthelefs there of Occult flia. And on the feventh day. and in the eafl this palms . and in the inner part thereof let there be written the mighty names of God and let him place within the Circle. and covered everywhere with white linen . on the Lords day in the new of the moon let him enter into that place. ner. way .atthe four angles of the world. and let there be written in thcuttermoft part of the Circle the names of the Angels. which is the Sabbath. is to be written. enter the Circle. Which Table being made in this manit will be the better. that they will daign to difcover and reveal that which he defireth : and that let him do fix days. let him. &C by perfuming . Pentades. Then a place being prepared pure and clean .&c. be made four Pentagones. Let the man that is to receive any Oracle from the good fpirits. and let him begin to pray toPfal. and in the end deprecating the Angels. it is to be confecrated according to the rules above de- name of the fpirit have above lpoken of concerning holy fpirus whatfoevcr. 1 19. Now this table ought to be compofed when the Moon is increasing . and make a Circle therein with a fanctified cole . and wafhed . wards the Blejfed art the mdefiled in the whole Pfalm : Beati immaculati in v m. wherein the or fpirits. pure. be chafte.

do alfo belong unto us. and a fpirit will appear unto him . Then upon his knees let him fay the Pfalm aforefaid . as is fet forth in Exodtu and the other holy books of the Bible. Holy . doth effectually give true dreams of what things foever the minde hath before determined or confulted on. and there he may reft . and forthwith he fhall be wrapt up in an ecftafle. Which being faid. that in the Circle there ought to be four holy candles burning at the four parts cf the world. he have upon his forehead a golden Lamen. There is alfo an Image to be made . and from thofe things which and let him onely drink pure rundo proceed from them ning water : neither let him take any food till the going down of the fun. of excellent efficacie and power to work this effeel . which will inform him of all things.until he is wearied with a dizzinefs of his brain: let him fall down in the Circle.The fourth book. The Tables of Numbers do likewife confer to receive an Oracle. and upon his feet. let him make unto himfelf a Ring of the Sun or of Saturn for this purpofe. and are conducing to receive Oracles from any fpirit by a dream : which are either Perfumes. and their commixtures. And thefe things thou mayftknow in the third book of Occult Philofophy. let him arife . 63 palms of his hands. that he abftain from all things having a life of Senfe. upon which there muft be written the name Tetragrammatott. And the maner of fafting muft be fuch . which ought not to want light for the fpace of a whole week. It is alfo to be obferved . Unctions. being duly formed under their own Conftdlations. And let the perfume and the holy anointing oyl be made. and Meats or Drinks : which you may underftand in our firft book of Occult Philofophy. which being put under his head when he goeth to fleep. with Divine and Angelical names. We mud obferve alfo . that always as often as he enters into the Circle. But he that is willing always and readily to receive the Oracles of a Dream. and let him begin to walk about in a circuit within the faid Circle from the eaft to the weft. : But natural things. as we have before fpoken.

and Verlicles. Methodittr. Now he that knoweth how to compote thofe things which we have now fpoken of. his brain being free from turbulent vapours . being fpecially compofed and confecrated : fuch as isrhe Alrrndel of Solomon. Miracles . names of God and of Angels . and without doubt they will afford a powerful effect. Daniel. let nim abfiain from fupper and from drink. of John the Evangelift fleeping upon thebreft of our Lord : and whatfoeverof the like kinde can be found in Religion. out of the OldTeflament. Pharaoh. and be otherwise well difpofed. of the dream of the three Wife-men . holy pictures . Graces. obferve thofe things which in the fecond book of Occult Philofophy are directed concerning this thing. of the dream of Jofeph the husband of the blefled virgin Mary . Merhir. And thofe things which are of this kinde. of the dream of Jacob. as to the holy Angels and Heroes : the imprecations of which prayers are to be compofed as we have before fhewn. the revelation of theCrofs to Helen. To the fame effect do conduce holy prayers and imprecations. Holy Tables and Papers do alfo ferve to this effect . and other certain promifes of the divine Revelation and Prophecies. and written unto thefe things. with the inferiptions of the holy the composition whereof is taken out of divers places of the holy Scriptures. out of divers figures. Jofeph. According to which.Pfalms. if when he goeth to flecp it be with a firm intention and the reft well difpofingthemfelves. Cyril. and the Table of the Revolution of the name Tetragrammaton. He that is defirous therefore to receive an Oracle . as. and Nebuchadnezzar : if out of the New Teftament . And this he fhall do . as well unto God.: 64 Of Occult Philofoph-j. Mechiili. according to fome religious Similitude of Miracles.let them pray devoutly. he ihall receive the mod true Oracles of dreams. making mention of thofe things which we intend to do : as. the revelations of Bridget. Joachim. let the deprecations be compofed. and the like. let him alfo have his bed-chamber fair and . and fuch-like. and Revelations . the revelations of Conftantine and Charles the Great. numbers.

when the Moon goeth through that figne which was in the ninth Houfe of his nativity. and let him anoint his temples with fome unguent efficacious hereunto. with a true Illumination of our undemanding . and when fhe is in the ninth figne from And this is the way and means the figne of perfection. and the quality of the Offices of the faid Spirit. as alfo of the quality and nature of the Planer. the K Spirits fenfibly . as for the confirmation of the Spirit. or the time wherein heruleth: he may be fortunate or infortunate. and to know his nature. as near as the fame may be done: as. on his day.Thefourth book* 6*5 andclean. let him go unto his bed . fuddenly and perfectly . or holy paper. as to wir. let him fo amoft certain and undoubted orade by a dream. if their power be over the Sea. as the Stars and Spirits dorequire. for fo (hall he receive informing us Intrinfecally or Extrinfecally. afwel for the defence of And in the Invocant.borh for the the Air. and what Offices are distributed to him from that Planet j which being known. . quiet. it firft beboveth us to confider. and meditating upon that thing which he defireth to know. to which of thePlanecs it agreeth .fometimesof the day. and fometimes of the nighr.exorcifed and confederated if he will . and fometimes alfo evil fleep . whereby we may obtain all Sciences and Arts whatfoever. then lee Then the place be chofen in the Shore and fo of the reft. and fitting for the Spirits to affume bodies . But if we would call any evil Spirit to theCircle. quality of let there be chofen a convenient time. although all inferiour familiar Spirits whatfoever do conduce to this effect . and of the Spirit. of the things above fpoken of: lei him take either fome image. and put a ring upon his ringer. andalfo when fhe goeth through the figne of the ninth Houfe of the Revolution of his nativity .then let him perfume the fame with fome convenient fumigation . according to the nature of the Planet. lettherebea Circle framed in the place elefted . let there be fought out a place fit and proper for his invocation . Rivers or Flouds . Thefe things beingconfidered . and place the fame under his head : then having made a devout prayer. or holy table. ferene. clear.

by reafon of their natural and cceleflial vertue . and his fellows . which do partly agree with the Spirit .66 the Circle it Of OCCult felf Philofophy. and the Matter and his fellows being in the Circle . Pentacles. Lamens. fuch as are either holy Papers. unguents and medicines . He is to be provided of lights. there are to be written the divine general names. then alfo if we will.with a gentle and loving Inchantment. in the firft place lee him confecrate the Circle. we may either within or without the Circle. which being performed with a convenient gefture and countenance . as alfo ferving for bonds to binde andconflrain the Spirits. asareconfruent amongft themfclves to our work . and partly are exhibited to the Spirit for religious and fuperfiidous worflnp.and thofe things which do yeild defence unto us . After thefe Prayers and Orations are faid . after this manner. And if we will any more fonifie and flrengthen our Circle. Firft let him make an Oration unto God. Offices of the Spiric himfelf . Pfalms. . according to maner of numbers and figures: of which in the fecond book of Occult Philofophy it is fuflficiFurther. necefTary afwel for the defence of the Invocant . then let him begin to invocate the Spirit which hedefireth. Pictures. toall thecoafts of the World. thofe divine names which do rule this Planet. Scepters. and the rule . frame an angular figure. and then let him intreat the good Spirits : and if he will read any Prayers. with the infcription of fuch convenient numbers. there ftiallalfobe written therein che names of ihegood Spirits which bear and are able to binde and conftrain that Spirit which intend to call. Swords. Then he muft be fumi/hed with holy and confecrated things. compounded according to the nature of the Planec and Spirit . perenrly fpoken. we may a dde Characters and Pentades agreeing to the work . Garments of convenient matter and colour. with the commemoration of his own Authofort. and things of the like we Then when all thefe things are provided. or Gofpel for his defence. they oughc to takexhe firft place. fumes . which are alfo to e known . and with them. and all thofe things which he ufeth . let him begin to pray with a loud voice. rity .

The fourth book. and alfo praying for your defence and confervaiion : and then all thofe things being orderly performed. fo alfo that the conjurat ions and all his commemorations do agree with the Nature and Offices of the Spiric himfelf. doing as before. from flronger to flronger.and by making contrary fumigations. let him ftrerch fivc cor* ners. licenfe him to depart with courteous words. and if any Spirit (hall appear . yet for this do not defpair .by laying Then having obtained of the his hand upon the Sword. the figure of a triangle or * Pentagone^ and compel the Spirit to en. and fwear the Spirir.and if the Spirit be pertinacious.andcourteoufly receive him.obflinate. making prayer . and if need require. And if you lhall judge that K a intreating called •• .charhedonohurc : and if he will not depart. and no Spirits will appear.* a chater into it • and if thou receiveft any promife which thou rafter wlih wouldft have to be confirmed with an Oath .and giving of thanks unto God and the good Angels . giving command untohim.Contumeries. And then let him reft a little . by make without the Circle with the confecrated Sword. lee the Invocanc turn himfelf towards the Spirit. andifhebe by any other name : and then proceeding further. then ceafe a litcle. then let him begin to conjure with divine power .and the hnifhed. then let him repeat his invocation.and eameftly And after all thecourfes are him . covenienr conjurations and if you doubt of any lye. tity 67 and power. as abovefaid. Spirit thac which you defire. go not out of the Circle . And when he is departed.and fufpenfion from his Office and power.expel fel im by Exorcifmes. let him ask him whatfoever he will: and if in any thing the Spilet him be bound rit (hall (hew himfelf obflinate or lying. let him firft require his name. and will not appear. return again at other times. looking about himj to fee if any Spiric do appear . the fword ouc of the Circle.ufingObjurgations. or are otherwife contented. which if he delay. ments. but leaving the Circle. comhim by powerful conjurat ions . you may depart.Curfings. bur make a (lay. & Punilhlike. until he hath done ic three times. But if your hope be fruftrated.and reiterate the fame three times.

or a Writing. as. where an Apparition is not needful . There is another kinde of Spirits. or Sacrifice. then the name of the Spirit is to be written therein. are very greatly in danger. then that you /hall amend. with his Cha-^ rafter. which they open and (hut as they pleafe. or any thing of the fike fort . by adding or diminishing . although they appear not vifible. by makingand forming that thing which is to be unto us as an inflrument. Often imes alfo the Spirics do come. paffions . but the Mafler being wearied hath determined to ceale and give over . Candle. This alfo we are to take notice of.conjuringhim by the divine power. which we havefpoken of in our third book of Occult Philofophy. And therefore fome ufe to make a Gate in the Circle. or a Ring. then that is to be done. That when no Spirits will appear. whereby they may go in and out . that they are effected with humane fhail •. either by writing it with fome blood. a Circle render themfelves obedient.and humblech them to obey. until in the following terms they Alfo without.and neereft unto men fo alfo. Oftentimes alfo making Prayers and Orations to God and the good Angels before we invocate the evil Spiric. but by akinde of difpenfat ion with fufpenfion. But when we do intend to execute any effect by evil Spirits.notfo hurtful. orfubjeft of the experiment it felf.68 that Of Occult Fhilofoph^ you have erred in any thing.except they are fortified with fome fublime defence. or any Character. fortheconflancy of Reiteration doth often increafeyour authority and power j and ftriketh terror into the Spirits. But this kindeof licenfing is not given (imply . and fonihe it with holy Names and Pentacles. (for to caufe terror to him that calls them) either in the things which he ufeth. or in the operation it felf. according to the way which is above delivered about the confecration of a book. let him not therefore depart without licenfing the Spirits : for they that do neglect this . whether it be an Image. thefe Spirits may be called toappear. according to the exigency of the experiment . or otherwife ufing a perfume agreeable to theSpirit.

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, and do joy in the convention of men, and freely do inhabit with themrand others do dwell in the Woods and Defarts;8c others delight in the company of divers domeflique Animals andwildeBeafts ; and otherfome do inhabit about Fountains and Meadows. Whofoever therefore would call up thefe kinde of Spirits , in the place where they abide, it ought to be done with odoriferous perfumes, and with fweet founds and instruments of Mufick, fpeciallycompofed

for the bu(inefs,with ufing of Songs , Inchantmencs and pleafant Verfcs,with praifes and promifes.

But thofe which are obftinace to yeild to thefe things, are to be compelled with Threatnings, Comminations , Curlings, Delulions, Contumelies, and efpecially by threatning them to expel chem from thofe places where they are converfant.

Further, if need be, thou maift betake thee to ufeExorcifmes ; but the chiefeft thing that ought to be obferved, is,conftancy of minde, andboldnefs, free, and alienated



when you would invocate thefe kinde of Spirits, to prepare a Table in the place of invocation, coyou ought vered wich clean linen ; whereupon you (hall fet new bread, and running water or milk in new earthen vefTels , and new


And you (hall make a fire , whereupon a


che Invocant go unto the head of the Table , and round about it let there be feats placed for the Spirits, as you pleafe ; and the Spirits being called, you /hall

be made. But let

eat. But if perchance you (hall then draw a Circle about ic, and let that part of the Table at which the Invocant fits , be within the Circle, and the reft of the Table without the Circle.


them to drink and
evil Spirit



t In our third book of Occult Philofophy, we have taugh. how and by what means the Soul is joyned to the Body ; and, what hapeneth to the Soul after death. Thou maift know funher, Thar thofe Souls do flilllove their relinquished Bodies after death, as it were a certain


affinity alluring

Of Occult

Phi /ofop by,

them ; fnch as are the Souls of noxious men, which have violently relinquifhed their Bodies , and Souls wanting a due burial , which do ftill wander in a liquid and turbulent Spirit about their dead carkafles ; for thefe Souls by the known means by which heretofore they were conjoyned to their Bodies,by the like vapors,liquors,and favours, are eafily drawn unto them. From hence it is , that the Souls of the deadare not to be called up without blood, or by the application of fomepart of their relief Body. In the raifmg up of thefe fhadows,we are to perfume with new Blood , with the Bones of the dead > and with Flefh, Egges, Milk , Honey and Oile , and fuch-like things, which do attribute to the Souls a means apt to receive their Bodies.

to be underftood, That thofe who are defirous to up any Souls of the dead , they ought to do it in thofe places , wherein thefe kinde of Souls are moft known to be
It is alfo


converfanr , or for fome alliance alluring thofe fouls into their forfaken Body ; or for fome kinde ofaffe&ion in times , paft,impreu ed in them in their life, drawing the faid Soul to certain places, things, or perfons ; or for the forcible nature of fome place fitted and prepared for to purge or punifh thefe Souls. Which places for the mod part are to be known by the experience of vifions, mighty incurfions,and apparitions, and njch-Jike prodigies feen. Therefore the places mod fitting for thefe things , are

Church-yards. And better then them, are thofe places wherein there is the execution of criminal judgements. And better then thefe , are thofe places, in which of late yeers there have been fome publikc {laughters of men. Furthermore, that place is better then there , where fome dead carkafs , that came by a violent death, is not yet expiated, nor ritely buried , and was lately buried ; for the expiation of thofe places , is alfo a holy Rite duly to be adhibited to the burial of the bodies , and oftentimes prohibiteth the fouls to come unto their bodies , and expelieth chem far off unto the places of judgement. And

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from hence it is, That the Souls of the dead are not eafily 10 beraifcdup, except it be theSouls of them whom we know to be evil , or to have pcrifhed by a violent death, and whofc bodies do wane a right and due burial. Now although we have fpoken concerning fuch places of this kinde , it will not be fafe or commodious to go unto them ; but it behoveth us to take to what place foever is to be chofen , fomc principal part of the body thai is rcli&> and therewith to make a perfume in due maner , and to perform other competent Rites.


That becaufe the Souls are certain they be framed out of certain competent things, compounded according to a true rule, with congruent inferiptions of Names and Seals, do very much avail to the railing up of departed
It is alfo

to be



fpiritual lights, therefore artificial lights, efperially if


Moreover, thefe things which now are fpoken of, are not alwaies fufficient toraiie up Souls , becaufe of an extranatural portion of underftanding and reafon, which is above, and known onely to the Heaven and Deftinics,and their power.
, by lupernaand cocleftial powers duely adminiftred , even by thofe things which do move the very harmony of the Soul , aiwel imaginative, as rational and intellectual ; as are Voices,Songs, Sound , Inchantments : and Religious things ; as Prayers, Conjurations, Exorcifmes, and other holy Rites, which may very commodioufly be adminiflred hereunto.

We ought therefore to allure the faid Souls


The end of the fourth book^of Agrippa,



Of Peter dt ^rfbano.







N the former book,wriich
ofs4grippa y K

the fourth

(poken concerning Magical Ceremonies , and


But becaufe he feemeth to have written to the learned, and well-experienced in this A rt becaufe he doth not fpecially treat cf the Ceremonies, but rather fpeaketh of them in general, it was therefore thoughr good to adde hereunto the Magical Elements of Tctcr de zAbano : that thofe who are hither;



to ignorant

Magical Elements,

and have not
in readinefs

tafied of Magical Superflicions,

may have them
felves therein.




exercife them-


we fee in


were a certain

introduce ion of Magical vanity;and as if they were in prefene exercife,they may behold the didindt functions offpirics>how

they may be drawn to difcourfe and communication ; what is to be done every day, and every hour ; and how they (hall be read, as if they were defcribed Tillable by fillable. In brief, in this book are kept the principles of Magical conveyances. But becaufe the greacerf power is attributed to the Circles ; ( For they are certain fortrefles to defend the operators fafe from the evil Spirits;) In the firft place we will treat concerning the composition of a Circle.

Of the



the compofition

not alwaies one and the of Circles THe form to be changed, according to the order fame of the but ufeth

be called , their places, times, daies and For in making a Circle, it ought to be considered in whartimeof the year, what day , and what hour, that you make the Circle j what Spirits you would call, to what Star and Region they do belong , and what functions they have. Therefore let there be made three Circles of the latitude of nine foot , and let them be dittant one from another a hands breadch ; and in the middle Circle , firft, write the name of the hour wherein yon do the work, lnthefecondptace, Write the name of the Angel of the hour. In the third place, The Sigil of the Angel of trie hour. Fourthly , The name of the Angel that niteth that day wherein you do the work,and the names of his minifters. In the fifth place, The
Spirits that are to


name of the

prefent time.


The name of the Spi-

ly ,

ruling in that part of time,and their Prefidents. SeventhThe name or the head of the Signe ruling in that pan of


The name of the earth. according to the rule now before written. that is alfo to be known IT a fuccelfive order.Write the name of the Sun and of the Moon . in four Angles . it returneth Therefore we fhall again to the firft which ruleth the day. Ofthe names ofthe hours. fo that that Spirit which governeth the day.towards the Eaft let there be written Alpha . firfl fpeak of the names of the hours. and towards the Weft let there bewritten Omcga.accordingthe the courfe of the heavens. Without the Circle.ruleth alfo the firfthour of the day. Eighthly . let there be drawn in the four Angles. to in . the names of the prefidential Angels of the Air . and for the compleatingof the middle Ctrde. the name of the King and his three Miniftecs.Of Peter de Abano. Hours of the . to wir. the fecond from this governeth the fecond hour . to wic. that day wherein you would do this work . according to that part of time wherein you work. the third hour > and fo confequently : and when feven Planets and hours have made their revolution . according to the faid rule of time . for as the time is changed. and the Angels ruling tbenu>.fo the names are to be altered. And in the outermoft Circle. Angels do rule the hours and Planets unto which they are fubjett . the third.znd let a crofs divide the middle of the Circle. In the inner Circle let there be written four divine names with crofles interpofed in the middle of the Circle . you fiull proceed. 75 time wherein you work. let Ttntagones be made. When the Circle is thus finifbed. Ninthly.

X2. 10. A year therefore is fourfold. I 2. 8. TtfrAC. it (hall be Now let us take a veiw fpoken in their proper places. Ardarael. Sajfur. 5. Of the names of the Angels and their Sigils. Caraeaft. ^/o. Rana. Tttlv'u Cafmdra/t.Summer. The Angels of the Spring.Harveft and Winter j the names whereof are thefe. The head of the SfHgllgUtU Signe of the Spring. p. The Summer. Winter. of the names of the rimes. Ourcr. p. 10. Thamur. Natalon. Mathon. Jalon. The . 6. SalAm. earth in the Spring. 76 5. Neron. Aba'u 1 1 7. Comrnijforos. Calcrv*. The name of the Amadai. Cere. Autumne. 7. Sadeiali. Magical Elements. Anmiel. Nctos. Thamie. The Spring. Farias. 6. 1 1 . 8. and is divided into the Spring..

Of Peter deAhano. Torquarct. Tttbiel. The names of the Sun and Moon in the Spring. Armattu. The . of the Sun and Moon in Summer. earth in Summer. The names The Sun. jithtmay. The Angels of Autumne. 77 The Sun. TarqaAm. The name of the Fejlativi. Tariel. CnabarcU The head of the figne of Autumne. The name of the earth in Autumne. The Moon. The Angels of the Summer. Gargatel. The head of the Signe of the Summer. Caviet. The Moon. AlrAjm. Agnfxta.


^Magical Elements,

The names of

the Sun and

Moon in Autumne,

The Sun.


OfPeter de Abano.


The eBenedi8ion of perfumes.

THe God ofAbrahamy God
falfe imagination y

of Ifaac God of Jacob) blefihere the creatures ofthefe kindes, that they mayfillupthe power vertut of their odours j fo that neither the enemy , nor any


be able to enter into them: through our

Lord Jefm


&c. Then

chem be fprinkled with holy

The Bxorcifme ofthefire upon which the
perfumes are
to be put.





in a



manner. him by whom all things are made every phantafme from thee , that
after this

be ufed for iuffumigations , is to be of earth or iron ; and let it be exorcifed J exorcife theeyOtbou creature ojfire , by

that forthwith thou cefi

away and

itjhallnot be able to do any hurt
this creature offirey

in any thing. fanUtfie
it ,


fay, Blefy

O Lordy

that itmaybeblejfedtofetforththepraifeofthyholy

name >

that no hurt

may come

to the Exerciferj or Spectators

through our Lord JeftuChrtfiyUc.

Of the (farment and Tentacle^.
Garment,if can be LEt be a Prieftslinen,and clean. Then but thiscannot be had,let be of take Pentade
it it

if it


in the day and hour of Mercuryy the Moon increafing, written in parchment made of a kids skin. But firft let there be faid over it the Mafs of the holy Ghoft , and let it be fprinkled with water of baptifm.




Magical Elements,



to be [aid,


the Vefture

put on.

ANcor^ Amacor, Amides, Theodoniat, Amtor, bj theof Sah / will put on the CjtrrnerJ

Lord , of thy Argel , through that this whichldcfire I may bring toefed : vatic*, end. thee the mofl ho If Adonay , whofe kingdom endurethfofever





Of Peter de Lsfbano.


Of the manner ofwording,
the LEtdone,Moon and

be increasing and equal, if it may then be her not becombuft. The Operator ought to be clean and purified by the fpace of nine daies before the beginning of the work, and to be confeffed,and receive the holy Communion. Let him have ready the perfume appropriated to the day wherein he would perform the work. He ought alfo to have holy water from a new earthen veflel with fire, a Vefture and PenPrieft , anda cade ; and let all thcfe things be rightly and duly confecrated and prepared. Let one of the fervants carry the earthen veflel full of fire, and the perfumes, and let another bear the book, another the Garment and Pemacle, and lee the mafter carry rhe Sword ; over which there muft be faid one mafs of the Holy Ghoft j and on the middle of the Sword, let there be written this name zStgla f, and on the other lide thereof, this name \ On \. And as hegoeth to the confecrated


him continually read Letanies , the fervants anAnd when he Cometh to the place where he will fwering. ere£ the Circle, let him draw the lines of the Circle, as we and after he hath made it, let him have before taught fprinkle the Circle with holy water, faying , Ajferges me Do- Wa(h mc

m'me^ &C.



The Mafter therefore ought to be purified with farting, &c chaftity , and abftmency from all luxury the fpace of three And on the whole dayes before the day of the operation. day that he would do the work, being clothed with pure garments , and furnifhed with Pentades, Perfumes, and other things neceflary hereunto, let him enter the Circle, and call the Angels from the four parts of the world , which do govern the feven Planets the feven dayes of the week, Colours
and Metals i whofe name you (hall fee in their places. And with bended knees invocaring the faid Angels particularly,


fay ,

O ArigthfupradiBi,


adj Mores pit* petition,




Magical Elements,
mihi-, in



mels rebus


petit ionibui.

Then lee him call the Angels from the four parts of the world , that rule the Air the lame day wherein he doth the work or experiment. And having implored fpecially all the Names and Spirits written in the Circle, let him fay , Ovos
omnes^adjuro at que
oty JfchjroSy
tt»it eft or per fedem Adonay^per Hagiof, I TheOmega,& per htc AthanAtos^TaracUtos, Alpha tria nominafecreta , Agfa, On, Tetragrammaton, quod hodie de-


heat is adimplere

quod cupio. Thefe things being performed, let him read the Conjuration affigncd for the day wherein he maketh the experiments we have before fpokenjbuc if they fhallbe partinacious and refractory, and will not yeild themfelves obedient , neither to the Conjuration aligned to the day,nor to the prayers before made, then ufe the Conjurations and Exorcifmes following.

An Exorcifme of the Spirits of the Air, & NOsfatit ad imaginem Dei dotat potentia mum & corroboratum nomen Dei per evt voluntate



exorci^armu ( here he fhall name have appear, of what order foever they the Spirks he would imperamm per cum qui dixit , faUum efiy (ffper omnia be)
El, forte

& admirabile vos





nomina Dei ,

& per nomen Adonaj, El



Elohinr y Elohe, Zebaoth,

Elion,E[cerchie,Jah,TetragrammatonySadai)DomintuVcutiexcclfuj) exorci^amui vos , atque patenter imperamm , ut appareatis
ftatim nobis hicjuxta Cireulum in pulchra forma,vidc licet humatort uoftt ate a/iqua. Vettite vos omnes na t fine deform'nate talesj quia vobit imperamut, per nomen T drV quod Adam audi*
audrvit, , quod Loth dr per nomen Jotk, quod Jacob audivit ab Angelofecum IhR antesj*r liber at ut eft de manuftatris fuiEfau : anaby the name Anephexeton, quod Aaron audiv'^ loquens y per nomen Zebaoth , quod fapiens faUureft : Mofesnominavit-f paludes de terra t&gyF'i omniaftttmina


& & locutut

eft :

& per nomen Dei Agla

fatlui [alvtu

cum fua familia



& &


quod in caver nis ab/JJi fuerunt pro fund ati vcl Mofes nominavity Abiron : in virtute iftim nominis abforptiy Datany Corah & & & Primeumaton y totaCceli militia compellentey maledtcimm vosy gaudio veflro . In omnibus venue per hac nominay Adonay Zebaothy Adonay Amioram. -it : . talis . ufjue inprofunpri vomits vos omni offictoyloco ad u/timum diemjudicii vos ponimuiy redum abjjfiy dr ufque in flag* urn ignis diemum. fulphuriiy legamut in ignem nip Jlatim appareatis hie coram nobity wtc Circulum-Ad faciendum vo/untatem noflram. ante fedem divirnt majefla gradient & oculos ante per ignem ante ejus thronum ctrcumflanhabentia & & retro tem & per fanttot Angelos Ccelorunty T. eft . ati : y i Ifcjtoty . & per nomen Eccrchit Ori/tcn. initio : y . quod ebullierunt runat & afcendc Mofes nomtnavity & omnesflu per nomen Erunt indomos <AZgyptiorumyO/nniadeJlruentcs & quad Mofes nomtnavity & [nit grando quails nonfuit ab mundi & per nomen Adonay quod Mofes nominavity & fuerunt locujl* & apparuerunt ftper tcrramcAZgyptiorumy & comedcruntqu* refdua erant grandim & nomen Schemes amathia quod Jofui vocavitydr remoratm Solcurfum: df per nomen Alpha & Otnegay quod Daniel nominavit & de& in nomine Emmanuel. : 83 . y y . efl y : is lay : : : virilter exorci^amus . Ccelis infer rtliter . ut'nobis hie ante Circulum appareatisy ut faciendam noflram voluntatenty in omnibus prottt placucrit nobis : per fedem Baldachin > dr per hoc nonxn Primeumaton . : j>er y eft . VeniieyVenitCyimperat vobis Ado2 nay & & & & M .Of Peter dc Abano. firuxit Beely & Draconem tnterfe in c amino ignis quod tres pueriySidrachy Mifach & Abdenago ardentity cantaverunty & liber fuerunt & per nomen HagioSy AthanatoSyParaclcttu & fedem Adonay & per TheoSy & per h*s tria fecreta nomina AgUyOnyTetragrammatony adjuroyconteftory & per h&c nomina & per alia nomina Domini vivi & veriy vos qui veftra culpa de noflriDei Omnipotenlis num locumy exorcizAmuiy & viejeftifuipU ufque ad cui omnes imperamtUy per eum qui dixit & failum obediunt creatur<ty & per Mud tremendum Dei Judicium: dryer ante confpettum divimare omnibus incertumy vitreumy quod n& majeftatis gradient & potentiate & per quatuor dtvinaanimalia T.& per earn quttEccle& per fummam fapientiam Omnipotentis Dei Jta Dei nominal ur verft fuerUHt in fatten intnt vii : lion-.

&appareatis ante hunc Circulum fubito tandem ruinaficbilit miferabi/ifque. Rex regum potentiffimus trcmendifftniui. Beralanen/ts. Omega.ate & and pcmiciius Spirits.Va. dent mihi refponfum verum.Adonay:0 mymofi Aladidy Alpha merafnl heavenly Father.and fay .Orifton.Hy. nay. fhip worlds. per Reges potefiattfq magnanimas.nor hurting any other creature. LatiTten. to (fod. make appear the arm of thy power in me this day ( although thy unworthy child) againfl thefe that obflir. Titeip. Then let him fay . affabiles ignis perpetuus inextmguibilis vos manet.Taneha. Liachidd. Achadan : yay^aayEy^Haa^ye^Exe^i^ly El. & .and affrighting nt let my man . minillrt tartar e a fedes : Prhvttc. to f AMorule. I by thy will and may and glorifie thy name. venite. and give true and perfeil anfwers to thefe things which I (hall askjhem. oth. deprincilec Then & pes trapotenles.3aldarhienfs.a. thy judgement . in all thefe things which J com- mand them.HAu. and that they may declare and jhew unto us thofe things which by me or us (hall be commanded them. have mercy upon me. neither injuring nor terrifying me or fellows. although a (inner . Rabur. Per Ptntaculum Salomons advoca vi. Minofcl.Hau. and hold his hand towards thePemade. AK.Va.ira. <tA Grayer be aid in the four parts of the world> in the Circle. Latiflen. hit . El. fedes. Paumachu Apologia. Venite ergo in nomine Adonay ZcbaAdonay Amioram : venite.LeyJle. Rex regum. quid tardatis f fefrinate imperat vobU Adonay^ Sad ay.Va. and alwaies wor- may be made a I humbly implore and befree h thee. contemplator of thy divine be illuflrated with all wifdem . cujw vires nulla fubterfugere fotefi creaturavobis ptriinaciffimis futures & nip obeditritu . Saday. oenio.El. may be bound and con/trained to come.Jen. him rtand in the middle of the Circle. Taneha. .Hyn. Aty. Efcha. but them be obedient to my reqttefts. that thefe Spirit t which I call by not hurting any creature.Hau.ia.84 Magical Elements.

atoris in medio Exorcifnti. per nomina aterna Dei vivi tff vert Eloy. phanlafmatA cjr inftrumenta muftca. Tetragrammaton omnes creatura : invocando vos conjure. ponunt ac ft vellent devorare focios Tunc Sacerdos five Magi er.dicat Fugtat hinc iniquitas veftra .Aye£arayei Aye Saraye.& fecii nil am' Hsu videbunt. vip liter & & & biles.ando invocavit & feftinatione in virtute nominum iftorum. quo audit element a corruunt^'er concutiturjnare rcirograditur.ut terrore compuljtfocii abeant a Circulo. qui viYivoeat. cut obediunt faUumeft. vmute vexilli +*pulfantia orgaua omnU generis cum infinita multttudine beftiarum horribiltm . Et tunc Spiritus obedire magiftro coguntur.: Of Peter deAbano. hie princeps fedis Apologia. ftrecchingouthishand 10 the Pentacle . td<L a fpiritibus.providus .ignis extingnitur. Ecce Pentaculttm Salomonis . potenter ipiperoyper per hoc nomen inejfabile . ajfabiles : drftne mora maqifeftantes <\uod cupiwm : conjurati per nomen mandata noftraperficientes. terra t remit. & emni occafioneremotd. clara voce nobis. non* cohort e : 85 Ego vos invoco . qui eft optimt a Deo munitus-. omnefaexercittu CaleftiumfTerreftrium. Archima.Ayc>>araye. Toft h<tc videbis infinitesfagiltarios Q tlibu4 rile peraflis^pparebunt infinita vifioneS. & & & i"Pn^ Jehovah. Vifions and apparitions. ccrruunt : quatenut cito Jnfernorumtremunt. intrepidus. & fine omni am- biguita/e. ne differat is venire . cfr ajfabiles.quoA jitper . & perfftentes fempcr uftfe adfinem. manum Pentaculc. Rabur : cjr per hoc pra fens ?cntaculum. intelligtbile. vifi biles nob it. & nunc refpondcatit vos. quod ante veftram adduxiprtfentiam : ecce ptrfonam exorciz. adhibent ft : & : qua itafe comtamen nil timeant. ettm qui dixit.turbantur fne mora veniatU . ab univerftsmundi partibuf & rationabi de omnibus quacunque interrogavero. & atfy fuperna Majeftatis mum t us virtu' e. quia nihil fit sdverfut magiftrum pojfunt. in quo eft plafmatum omne feculum . Then letthe Exorcift fay. Venite ergo cum hus potent vos exorci*. cfr intentioncm nuam . dtterni vivi tjr veriDe't Helioren. & veniatU padfee.

rcgu. Deifciltcet altiffimi. : fuper vos potencerimperat : & per virtu tew calejiium Spirituum per pcrfonam exorci^atoris. •• Then command whac you will and inter nos cfr vos. vit. iteinpace ad loca veftra cfr (fr pax fit . tunc dicas . tamdiu tamfe conft antes. Spirittu fantti. nee eft qui fu& cor. it a Circle in Spring-time for muft be in the fame manner as is rhe firft hourof the figure fol- The . quern praterire non pot eft. par at i fit is venire HUs Temaculum coopertumfjncos its donefacro. ajfabiles regna regum funt . f Filii.dicas : Quid tar dads f quid moramini ? quidfacitis f pr spar ate vos obedite praceptori veflro.conjurati .<$~ difcooperiatur. terreflrium cfr cm omne genu jletticujus in infer nor um :. in nomine Domini Bat bat. nonpertran' fit fines fuos. tjr Et fstbito vide bis pactpea forma: dicent tibi. manu omnia . ejler.o- His peratlis. lowing. Et quando v'r mos. Thefeare rhe things which Peter de Abano hath fpoken concerning Magical Elements. vet feges nobilijfimi. Cum autem apparucrint Spiritw . qui mare pofuit terminumfu' cfr um. velVachat fuper Abrac ruens. r*r & obedire pretcepton veflro & qui vocatur Otlir. Quatenut ft conftringo vos.fbiles in quatuor angutis mundi. Tunc immediate venient in fun forma propria. quia vos vocavi per ilium tur. But that you may the better know the manner of compofing a Circle.dom'mi. nee fmt licentia mea recedatis. it ftiall be Afterwards licenfe them thus : \ In nomine Pairis. per potent to.Pete quid vis. ut hie ante circulum vi biles permanetit. & debis eosjstxta Circulum.e veneritis Spirittu .trariiu effe poffit Adajeftati. no lite fieri tnobedientes. lege illtm potent ia. cceleflium. I will let down one Scheme . Ber.86 dominorum veflrorum feftinati venire LMagical Elements. -J- done. fuperveniens. illins virtutem . Et vide bis immediate magnos mot its : cum videris. Abeor fuper Aberer. (o that if any one would make Lords day. qui cuntia erea- Amen. donee meam fine fallacia aliqua (fr veredic e perficiatis volun- tatem. cfr dieat: Ecce conclufioncm vejiram.quia nos fumiu paratt complere omnia mandata tua^ quia dominus ad hac nos fubjugavit.

the feveral dayes thereof: and firft of the Lords day.Of Peter de Abano. Stwuy* It remaineth now . of Lords day. Con- . 87 Thefigure of a the Jl Circlefor the fir hour in Spring-time. That we explain the week.

JVRcLaek cf^. Baciel. Vienairaba. The Angels of the Lords Michael^ Dardiel. Samael. ruling on the Lords day. At theEaft. And/Uy Cymbal. His Minifters. Tw. 'He Angel of the Lords day . Signe of th e Planer. day. The Angels of Parca^ King. The Angel of the fourth heaven . Attl. Huratapal. Planer. which ought to be called from the four parts of the world. The winde which The North-winde. Gabriel. his Sigil . and the name of the fourth heaven. the Air ruling on the Lords day. At . the Angels of the Air abovefaid are under. Confederations of the Lords day.88 Magical E Iements.

dr per nomin* omnia praditla. mare. Eye. Charftel. Haludiel. exalt at iaue fttper omnet cozlos. Uriel. lAngelo magna dr honorato: (jr per nomen ftelU. qui creavit mundum. Cadoi erir. S/tpitt./i. ft rv unt coram potentifflmo Sa/amia. Machaftel. juxta meum velle votum meum. qua eft Sol.dr figMavit eafahflo nomine fuo Thaa : (jr per nomtnafanftorum Angelorum. eft in nomine Sad y C^°h Cados. Burcbitt the Weft. Eye. (jr perftgnum^ * per immenfum nomen Det vivi. plafmatoru feculorum. The perfume of the Lords day. qui eft tile. nomine Adonajry Eye. terrjm. qui dominantur in quarto exercitu . MafgabrieU Matujel. 8? At Antel.Of Peter dc Abano.alum. Vcl Aquiel. Uftael. (. Eye. Capab.con)uro re Michael an elemagne. The Conjuration of the Lords day. in (fr fanfti. qui et prapofi uiD ei & & & : dr per nomen Adona yDei Ifrael. At the North. %£d Wheat. Antel-. Eya . quod pro melaboreJ.qui creavit mundum quicquid in eo eft. Pabth Suceratos. Saraye. in negotio dr Dominica & N caufa . Abrajfe : y 9 alie [endentu fttper Chrrub n . At the South. quiftttt-. dr ad moteai omnem medr an* petitionee. COnjuro & conftrmo fuper vos Angeli fortes "Dei . Naromicl. (ir omnia qui ineiifhtf in'primodie. Aie I. dr per nomen magnum ipftm Dei fort is dr potentis.

His Minflere. Carbuncles.Riches . But in what manner they appear. Planet. and name of the firft heaven. Samaef. Mffalti. Gabrtel* % (£ Slamain. Abuzaha. their nature is to procure Gold. qo Magical Elements And here thou rtiak declare thy caufe and buficanfa met. his Sigil. and for what thingthcu makeft this Conjuration. Michael. are under the North-winde .'s fpoken already in the former book of Magical Ceremonies. to carry or take away infirmities.Gemmes. The . to caufe one to obtain favour and benevolence] to diflbl ve the enmities of men. The Angels of Munday. to raife men to honors .. % tA* * Gahiet. Confederations of Munday. nefs. 'He Angel of Munday. The Angels of the Air ruling on Munday.King. theSigne of the Planet. The Spirits of the Air of the Lords day. c//rftw.

of Munday. Dabriel. From Curankl. Zattiel. Madiel. AttajU The Perfume Alott. Valnwn. M*cL Battel. janael. Cobfael. The Angels of the firft heaven. Humaflra*. Veamicl. Balay. 1 Onjura & coptfrmo fuper vox Angeli fortet & ben'/y in > nomi- ne Ado»ay % yidonaj y AdomjyEicy EieyEie^Cados CaAos+ .. Of Peter de^slbano. From the Weft. The winde which The Wcfl-winde. Hunun. Vvacl. From the North. Habaitl. The Conjuration ofMunday. Btchanaeb Corabael. the South. 91 the faid Angels of the Air are fubjeft to. ruling on Munday. Darquieh Vetutl. which ought to be called from the four parts of the world From the Gabriel. Eaft. Sachiet.

qu<e eft Luna : ejr per nomina pradiUa. theSigtie governing that Planet. are fubjeft to the Weftvvinde. The . Luna fccundo quod pro me /aborts dr adimpleat . As in the Conjuration of Sunday. which is the winde of the Moon : their nature is to give filverjto convey things from place to place. and the name of the fifth heaven.$2 ftaiy Magk&l Elements . Ja^Ja^ Fort if-. Abim-. of Tuefday. Samael. Sigl/lavit mare in al o nominefuo^ dr : Qonfiderations 'He Angel of Tuefday of Tuefday. qui es prapoftut diei. qui apparuit montc Si' cum glorifeatione regit t/^donay^SadajfyZebaothy Anathajf9 7a y Tay Ta y make horfes wife. qui domiftbi pofuit) nant ttr in primo exercitUy qui ferviunt Orphaniel Angelomagno t preciofo dr honorat o: (fr per nomen Stella. Achiw^ Achim. Cados. o-£ ^TTb The Angels Samael. The Spirits of the Air of Munday. fctlicet Gabriel . terra. you may fee in the former book. hisfigil.. Jeia. Amabiel. Sataet. Ja-. &C. . and to difclofc the fecrets of perfons both prefent and future but in what manner they appear. his Planet. fuper te conjuro. qui maria creavit ftagna <*r omnes aquat infecundo die y quafdam fuper ccelosy quajdam in & terminumy quant non prater b t : dr per rtomina Angelorum .

Rahftmef. The Angels ofche fifth heaven ruling on Tuefday . Rajel. Soncat. The winde The EaJi'Wtnde. Lobquin. Galdei. which ought to be called from the four parts of the world. The Angels ofche Air ruling on Tue [day. (juael. CaUas. Janiet. Arragon. At the Weft. Irtl. Friagne. Samax-i King. "Damael. Hyn'tel. Fracieh At the South. Mathiel.of Peter dt Abano. Lama. Carmdx. Scrafhiel. Ifiael. At the Eaft. Ofacl. AJtdgtui. Jaxtl At the North. Saeriel. 93 His Minifters". to Pajfran. Viannel. which the fa id Angels are fubjeft. ZalieU The . Jfmoli.

(6" per mtmruk per nomen Stella . per nomen 7a. Ka- .Va. the Signe go- verning that Planet. Art. potent i. Va. He. death and combuftions and to give twothonfand Souldiers at a time. quifervinnt Acimojf Angela magna. The manner of their appearing you may fee in the former book. co bring death . Ha. & produxit arbor es . Planet . Aie. The Perfume of Tuefday. Atigeli for let & fantti . Pepper. qui prapofitHi veri. As in the Conjuration of & & & & & & & Sunday. adimpleat . 'YHt Angel of Wedncfday. The Qonfideratlons ofWednefday. COnjuro & confirmo fnper vos. Eloim. He. H. Angele magne . Ta. and the name of the fecond heaven. The Conjuration of Tuefday. Va. Aie. Hy. Spirits : . An. forti .£4 Mtgical Elements. An. Ta. infirmities or health. Va. Elibra. (fr herBae de ta. Eloim : per nomina iff us alti Dei. Ha. y Ha. quod €S diet tJWartis : pet nomina Adonajr. Sec. He. mortality. Aie. Ajf. Vei vivi pro me labores .metuendo nomine ftto : per nomen angc forum dommantium in quint o exercitn . & & vocavit terram. faritto dr figMavir fuper earn cum preciofojjonorato. of the Air of Tuefday are under the Eaftwinde their nature is to caufe wars .his Sigil. qua eft Mars : honor ato : prad Eta conjxro fuper te Samael. El. qui fecic aqttam aridam ap~ parere.

parts of the world. Mathlai. Thewinde to which thefaid Angels of the Airarefubjeft.Of Peter deAbaiw. Raphael. The Angels of which ought to be called from the four AttheEaft. Mitraton. Snqu'mos. At . Mediat or Modiat t Rex. Serapkiel. Mel. The Somhwefi-wmde. Minifters. TarmteU Baraborat. 95 The Angels of Wednefday. SaUaler. Jerefotu. The Angels of the Air ruling on Wednefday. At the Weft. the fecond heaven governing Wednefday.

Thiel. Eie.- um in fronre tAaron facerdotU ah ffimi creatoris & per eAnge/orum . Eie. zAfamie. Millie/. The Fumigation of Wednefday. &r. At the South.t ogive victories in war. ^Adonay.prefent and to come . fanCli potentet . J riahel. in nomine form. Nelapa. tA(araie efr in nomine ^Adonaj Dei lfrael.and teach experiments and all decayed Sciences. : & & nor at o Juro y qui es pr spoil tus die: quart* Ttttfcrip & per no~ en fanEl urn quod e. qu in gratiam SalvaiorU confrmati [um: dr per nemen fedu zAwmalium J habentium fenat alas . to re-edifie. Eloim .: 96 UMagical Elements . As in the Conjuration of Sunday. Venahel. Sad ay .weft-winde : their nature is to give all Metals .udges. Velel.and to change bodies mixrof Elc- . Caluel. metuendijfmi &r ben diftt Ja. ttomina ' The Spirits of the Air of Wednefday are fubje£ttothe South. At the North. Eie. to pacifie . Saday. Vet. con: potenti • atfyforli rial : r*r per nomen Sigilli. qui creavit lummarU magna. Laquet. The COnjuro Conjuration of Wednefday. Saday. lAbttiori. (jr (fr confrmo vos angeli fortes. quod pro me labo e r. Racl. Ma/lick. Ucirnnel. qua eft Mercuqua fgilUtur a Deo fortijpmo cfr he per omnia praditta fuper te Raphael Angele magne. Babel. to reveal all earthly things pafl. ad diftinguendum diem a nolle : dr per nomen omnium tAngelo~ Tum Joriy dejervientium i» exercitu fecundo coram Tetra Angela maper nomen Stella.

and cafl down the high ones. manner they appear. it is before fpoken. Planer.Of firmities or health . but not in In what their perfedl power. But becaufe there are no Angels of the Air to be found aO bove che faid Angels of the Air are under. The Angels of Thuxfday. and fixth ^Xi Sachet.Planer.theSigneof the THe Angel of the name of the heaven. but in virtue or knowledge. togivein" ro raife che poor. ZeU.his Sigil. Peter de Abano. Magmhy Gutrix. che Air governing Thurfday. The winde which The SoHth-winde. Miniflers. Qonftderations of Tburfday. to binde or lofe Spirits. . to open locks or boles: fucnkinde of Spirits have the operation of others . The Angels of SUihy'RjX. 97 Elements conditionally out of one into another. Thurfday. Cafrely Afa(!cl.

O T) ens patents tjr tnifiericort. quod meajyt yctMionem . COnjuro & ronfirmofuper vosy AngelifanBiy per nomen. Car doty Cadosy Cadoty Efchereiey Efchereiey Efchereie .98 Magical Elements. At the North. ere verftu ccehs die /juimo : qttst eft : ill* Jui: . fortUy & fine principle At the South. &]t*fle . ac divitta dementia : ego Pater . The Conjuration of Thurfday. perfefle intelligerc. fortis firntator feculorunty Cantine. The Perfume of Thurfday. & honorate per y infinitafiecula. therefore on Thurfday fay the prayers following in the four parts of the world. quod r»cnm oputy laborem hodie debeam comolere . : . & per nomen Adopay ejr Jajmy Janicy Anky Cal. Ar theEaft.- & aves fuper faciem terra volantes & per nom'ma Angelorum firventtutn infexto excrcitu coram paftore AngelofanUo magna & potenti prinape & per tiomen JtelUy Jupiter & per nomen Sit avitpifces reptilia in aquit .finita JeculafeculorHmy Amen. bove the fifth heaven . pat^Sa6l>acyBerJfayy Alnajm . Dew pot ens. At the Weft. Saffron. ODeiumagne &excelfe.. Hatim qui J* . O Detu faplensy & clnrey rogo ie piijpme & mewn & Tu qui vivit & regnasper ir.

Ftdef. Anael. are fubjeft to the South-winde . Confederations of Friday. gg & per nomina praditia^conjuro te Sachiel Jlngele maone . to appeafe enemies j to heal ihedifeafed. Miniflers. or taketh them away.his PJaner. *He Angel of Friday. and procureth lofTes. qui es prapofitut diet Jovu. Sachiel. to pacific flrife and contentions . and to difeafe the whole . Rachiel. As in the Conjura- tion of the Lords day. ut pro me labor ci. CfTeterde^bano. ing that Planet.. O 2 The . The Angels of Friday. : : &'per nomen Aiona^fummi Det^ omnium creatoru & ful urn per nomen omnium {I & per vim & virtutemearum: (liar .his Sigil. The Angels of the Air reigning on Friday.theSigne govern. and name of the third heaven. utv. Their manner of appearing is fpoken of already. their nature is to procure the love of women to caufe men to be merry and joyful . jQmabkU cAbat Abaliioth. The Spirics of the Air of Thurfday . Sarat>otcSy King. &C.

Tamael. Bahiel. & . Penat. the South. Huphaltiel.I . Sadaj. Corat. The winde which The Weft-winde. which are to be called from the four parts of the world At the Setchiet. Maltiel. Kadie. Doremicl. Tertaciel. fertEti at £ pt- ttntes j in nomine On^ Hej) HejfA} Ja} Jr. The Conjuration of Friday. Angels of the third heaven . Raniel. Raphael. Eaft. Conlel. ruling on Friday. lo Magical EltmntSy che faid Angels of the Air are under. Penael. Santanael. Ac Turiel. ^Onjuro & confirmo fuper vos Angeli fortes . . ChermieL Famiel. Samael. Chedujitaniel. At Por»a. The Perfume of Friday. Sachiel. the Weft. Peniel. Pepperwort. At the North. Adona)-.

quod quidcm eft[an£lnm per nomina pr<tdiUa conjuro fuper te Anael^ qui es prtpojitut diei fext<e. The . Uriel. ut pro meUl/orcs>&. their nature is to give filver . Saturday. and the Signe governing the Planer. Ada dcdit pot eft at em ftper omnia animalitt : unde bencditium ft nomtn creator u in /ecu fno : per nomina <tsfnge!orum fervientium tn tertio exercitu. his Planer. to allure men to love women . or the Sab^ bath day. to excite men. Confederations of Saturday. to reconcile enemies through luxury and to make marriages . and to do all things which el <sfngelo eft la <jH& & & have motion.c.. The Spirits of the Air of Friday are fubjeft totheWertwinde . his Seal. coram Dagi- & & & & magno y principeforti atq^ poienti : <$ per norncn StelVenus : per Stgiilum ejui. to caufe . *yHe Angel of Saturday. or take away infirmities . As before in the Conjuration of Sunday. and incline them to luxury . : of Peter de Abano. i oI in nomine Saday^ui creavit quadrupedia anamalia reptiliay dr homtna infcxto die. MachAtan. The Angels of Cajftet.

fanttificarenti ad haheniem mde be nam in alio feculo remunerationem : per nomina Angelorum fervientiunt in exercitu feptimo Pooel Angelo magno potenli ells. Balidct. COnjuro teriy & conflrmo fupervosCdphrielvelCaffiet) Macha& Seraquiel Angeli fortes & potentes & per nomen : Adonay% Adetiaj) Adonaj^ Etc..1 03 Magical Elements. Sac lay . The winde which under. : The Conjuration of Saturday. Cadoty Ina vel fmay Ima. Acinfy Acim^ AcimyCa' dos. Domini fermtt 0rjs frculorunt. It is already declared in the Confederation of Thurfday. Sulphur. qu& : per nomen ft per fanftumSf prineipi: efl Saturnus Meplacito fuo fliifjfrael in htreditatem & & & gillum ejus : & per rtomina pr&ditta conjuro fuper & te Caphriely qui KM* ftvil . lAffnibi. The Angels of che Air Maymon. The Fumigation of Saturday. £/>. ufethofe Orations which you fee applied to that purpofe on Thurfday. the faid Angels of the Air aforelaid are The Southweff-winde. Minifters. Je y Sar . Abumalith. ruling on Saturday. E/>. That there are no Angels ruling the Air. King. above the fifth heaven therefore in the four Angles of the world. qui in feptimo die quiev t : & per ilium qui & in bt- obfervandum dedity ut eum firmiter cuflodireKt.

Tbamur. Anael. Salla. 5. The Spirits of the weft-winde evil kill : Air of Saturday are fiibjec\ to the Souththe nature of them is to fow difcords^ hatredj thoughts and cogitationsjto give leave freely. Sadedali. Jayort. I Samael.and to lame or maim every member. 6. Angels of the hours. Hours of the day. Raphael. (jabriel. . hours. 8. Cajptl. dies Sabbatifltiod pro &c. Angels of the hours. nighr. Michael. ». Catful. . Janor. 4. Nafnia. Neron. 7.Theif manner of appearing is declared in the former book. 1. Anael. Ma talon. X. Beren. Su n v a Hours of the day. X. y. o. Tanic. ao cording to the courfe of the day es. to flay and every one.Of Peter de Ahano. As is fee down in the Conjuration of the Lords day. p. Hours of the Angels of the Hours of the Angels night. Sachiel. Raphael. Michael. of" the hours. Gabriel. pr&pofitut et di'eiprpt:m<crfu4 eft 102 me /abort /. Oarer. Tables of the Angels of the Hours. Tajtt. 3. J I X Abay.

t{atalon. Michael. Sachiel. Hours of the day. 6. Beron. Raphael. TlianH. 4. p. p. 1 1. Barol. Agio. Sadedal Mathon. 7. Michael. 104 Urfagical Elements. T*«/V. Ja/on. Rana. Gabriel. 6. Sachiel. Salam. Anael. J. x. I o. xi. Michael. Raphael. 7. Thamur. 2. S«$<r. 11. Neron. Wednef- . I o. Angels of the hours. 3. Cojftcl. Oarer. yfr/>/'r. Angels of the Hours of the hours. 7. Tame. 1 o. Anael. 4. Mu N DAY. Raphael. J. Sachiel. I I . 2. Samael. Angels of the Hours of the hours. 1 . j. Michael.. Anael. Samael. 12. Gabriel. Thamur. Gabriel. Angels of the hours. Michael. Gabriel. T*frac. Raphael. Anael. Net os. 4. Anael. Saffur. Sachiel. 7. Afcf<w. 1. Janor. 6. Tajfn. 8. Rana. 10. Gabriel. Hours of the day. Cafliel. Nafnia. J. p. 8. Scunatl. night. Tajrn. p. Michael. 2. 4. Michael. Janor. 1 2. Cafliel. night. y!%. 2. Samael. 8. Salla. Raphael.Salam. Raphael. Cafliel. ThaUH. I 1 . Tafrac. Barol. 1 1 . Salla. 6. Mathon. Arhir. Gabriel. Cafliel. Samael. Tuesday. Onrer. Anael. 1. Beron. 3. Samael. O0et. Nafnia. 3 Sachiel. Calcrna. Sachiel. Anael. Abaj. 8. Samael. Gabriel. Jay on. Sadcdali. Cajpel. Nata/on. Calerna. Sachiel. Agio. Nefon. 3.

6. Angels of the hours.. 2. Thomnr. Neron. Nitron. Janor. Janor. 4. Nata Ion. Jayon. Raphael. Hours of the day.Jayon. Anael. 7 Ourer. Samael. X 2. Of Peter de Abano. Angels of the hours. Raphael. Cajfiet. Samael. 1. 1 1 ^<*/. Michael. Salla. Onrer. 8. 3. Thamur. I o. 105 Wednesday. Michael.Sadedali. Gabriel. Sachiel. Tajn. Hours of the Sachiel. 9. Michael. 2. Anael. Samael. Samael. Tanic. w. Gabriel. 7"4y/r. Gabriel. 8. y. 7. Hours of the day. 1. Nafnia. Raphael. 1 2. Salla. . Raphael. I o. Cafflel. Anael.Nafnia. p. Sachiel. 3. Sadedali. Sachiel. 5.Abay. Tunic. Cafflel. Neron.

night.io6 Mdgical Elements t Friday. Angels of the Hours ofthe hours. Angels of the hours. Hours of the day. Yayn. I. .

of every Country.Of Peter de t^Abano. and in every feafon whatfoever.from the firfl hour of the day.1t the firfl hour of the day. when he firft appeareth arifing in the horizon : and the nrft hour of che night is to be the thirteenth hour. ^S^^^^^^ "^S^S^S^^S^S^ P 0. But of thefe things it is fufficiencly fpoken. 1h. FINIS. Ifagoge. is to be affigned to the Sun-rifirig . But this is 1 07 to be obferved by che way. .


And from thence liberty of lying perhaps was derived that arguto ment. Miracles and how . 'That wo* al'waits afligwd the Creeks.thar fa/Ior & Pollux have both proceeded from one egge .by reafon of the difference of your mindes . but (he meditates upon the earth and flaughters. for thou affccleft the heavens . Names. their Original. In a Difcourfe between Castor Castor. Principally. Pollux. Prophefies. and Pollux.Offices. in Phyfick. but this I fcarcely credir. they may be expelled and driven away. FiBorius ViUinganus Dr.Mufions. . By Ceo. Caffor. f%&4%5i& 0S&Hz Greeks do report.of the Nature of Spirits isjgogE: An Introductory Difcourfe of the nature of fuch Spirits as are exercifed in the fublunary Bounds. Power. Pollux.

Pollux. the robberies. Difcourfty not to be fuppofed. the fathers perfecute the fon. rapes. that i/- . Caffor. when they fpeak out of a three-footed thing.with a Terpentine and poifonous biting. help or fuccor unto another. daily events do molt certainly prove we do 11° but man invents daily againft another. Therefore doft thou affirm the word Damon in this Proverb to fignifie any other then a cunning and malicious accufer ? Pollux. thefts. adulteries . Pollux. . and -c Jt a ravening . for truely I this fubjeft . that the Greeks are things but a. one friend feeks to devour another . Cahor.7. A But it is . that is. In this provorb I proteft they are mod true.. Caflcr.. aiSfi/u-i* diS^TvAuiunoy.. omnia Gnci. whereof aifo the Poet Ovid fpeaks inverfe. thou dofl mif . deceits. but the name of one that doth adminifter Pollux. One man to another U a devil.wolf.1.HO Pollux. that is. truth thou fpeakeft j butforoughtl underhand the Etymologie of the word compared in this Proverb for Damon here is not an horrible or odious name . minidmbo. Calf or t Homo be (itf. f af. T will light to treat with thee embrace fuch thy concerning defire. many others. without any exception.lib. faftor. and an hundred vipers of this nature. that thou wouldft not conceal fuch his writings j but that I may apprehend the marrow thereof. . do dePlato markthere- fore. Tritely.and whom Pliny calleth a God.that there are more Damons then that fublunary one which thou underfiandeft. Thou hart not fhotbefides the mark: for. I defire therefore . Wherefore believeft thou this to be mod true. plunderings. " man n to man • is i a devil .andgiveattention. vain in all ——Nee fingunt Homo hoviniDeus. neither can the note the treacheries that one gueft be fafe with his hoft. Tlm.every one may eafily perceive . (laughters. . Tconfefs it is hear. who hath not negligently read the opinions of the mof* excellent Plato.

that they may be perfpicuous to the fight neither do they fo much participate of the earth . not to be declared by any humane congue. not having fo much reference to the element of fire . : not degenerate from the Kingly habit of his firft form . been called Damon. The third which is called by Hermes. foalfo they are different in the diflance and holding of their places. a &or. becaufe he had fet forth very many things led damon. Thefeldo not conceive are understood in the C GreekJProverb for thefe do hurr.and d c & rcc eternal in their time. undemanding the apoftate Spirits fpread abroad from the bounds and borders of the Moon . after their tranfgreffion. and all fuch things as arefubjerfl to motion and . becaufe he very largely difputed of ' fublunaries fence. if he do degree. with fplendid threeds . Air.1 . the form of an aiery quality. and profitable and commodious one to another .and are the accusers and betrayers of men. and that man may be like unto God. dignity. and now. But the other degree like unto the former. of very high matters . which as they are difiincft in the greatnefs of their |p "ts. And the firR order he afcribeth to thofe SpiThe g rft rits whofe bodies are nourifhed of the molt pure element of degree. withouc putting a difcrimination. A divine miracle to man. God . do wander up and down. paifive in their minde. in a manner . whom therefore of this kinde the Greek 1 a nd Plato have called D<emons> that is. wroughc and joyned together. . for the good of the Commonwealth . . as it were of Spirits. or beyond the commands of the mod wife God. and Anftotle and fo likewife Ariftoile . The third degree of Spirits is of a divine deitie. and they do inhabit the Coeleflial Theater. Of the Nat are of Spirits. and fo alfo (the Syrian being witnefs ) we have known Plato himfelf to have ? [at0 Ci \. that they may be touched or felt . ' is derived from thofe Spirits which Thefccond JlpuUiui termeth rational animals.HWrcalleth God and evil Spirits.attendingand waiting on their Prince. Cattor. . unto us under the dominion of their Prince BeeUebub. But proceed. Plato divided the orders 1 1 of Devils or Spirits into three Three deC degrees . Pollux. which before the fall of Lucifer had pure clarified bodies .

that by the congruent ha ve much an £ agreeable feminal per-mixtures of elements . but then after hts fallfrom an Archangel . Pollux. That the Dive! was before his fall an Archangel^ and had afine tender body. which nature moreflowly andleifurely procreateth. declare wherefore thou haft before cermed chefe Spirits cunning and much knowing AcCdttor. TheEcclcfiaftical Scripture everywhere maketh mention of the rifingof them. Pollux. That <* Devil doth jo far fignife the cunning and much knowing quic\ntfiand vivacity of hit deceitful wit . he by ajpeedy hafting or forcing of the workl of natnre. diHwil. . and declare fomething more therefore ceafenoc to concerning the Office and imployment of thefe Spirits. cufers. cAugufline upon Gcncfts\ to w it. do not appear out of the earth. draweth his Allegations out of Sc. Thou haft the fhip to the wzvesfoffux .fooner br'mgeth the fame to pap. and faith. . for oftentimes doubting . to whom Plato attribuceth the fecond degree . and his body no more fine and fubtil . I have been perfwaded that fuch Erynnes as are from God. a* thofe things -which ° ' may be effected and wrought by themfelves fuccefftvelyand leifure- ly according to the courfe of nature. Pollux. Whatfhalllfay? In the firft place. he was made an Apoflate .*.but more commonly Peter Lombards in his book of Sentences. An example hereof he giveth in the wife men of Pharaoh. and calleth them commkced Lunaries. Thou haft excellently anfwered tothequeftion. cut of the ferentty and purefi matter of the Skic and Air . a&or. Pollux . the fecrets and unknown vertues of men . proceed. Saint v4#£*/?/7»ff unfoldeth this difficulty.who immediately broughtforth frogs and ferpents at the commandment of the King . A Difcourfe.7. but adde fome thing concerning the original of thofe C Lib. but his body was made that it might fufftr the ejfeft of a more grojifubflance*frcm the quality of the more obfeurfjdarkjand Spirits ftlffious . compofed by God. which do refill and refufe vertue . he dothfo know deyil 1$ faid to 0VT ~ . but I will unfold fuch a doubt: and there do arife many and various opinions of writers. .112 Castor.or by his own art.

And we have them alfo fpokenof by the Apoftle Peter. did draw away very many which were then Angels with hint into his fcr vice and bondage^ thai they might be made Devils. which they inhabit ? What Pollux. when he faith. and to this purpofc they undertake various endeavours. Wherefore fhouldft thou do fo? . from whence (as Cortefius faith) they never go apposed. to whom ihoufhak give the honour of Scf. who for him in thiitroublefomc world do exercife their fervile courfes for him . or rather entice them . pastor. he fets forth . Have the Devils a (elect place appointed them by God. t/4u* gu(rine the Champion of Chrifl. That the mofl dark and obfeure part of the Air . Godjparednot his ^Angels which finned. Ja(W. provoke and delude men. unlcfiit be to tempt.Of Jpijfious the Nature of Spirits. We The fell of Lucifer in Castor. Origen hath taughr. affirmeth them to be cafi headlong into hell. Q^ Pol- .rather then a Prophet. Castor.but in the writings of St. referved in P la " the the chains of hell. Peter the head of the Church. Pollux. \ \ 3 Air. and are held in mop firong captivity. 2. Whatfhalllfay ? unlefs T (hould bewail and deplore the opinion of fo great a man. that they may the more neerly cafi their nets of enticing and detaining. 2 Epifl . in his book of TheAgonyof a thrifrian. Where? JnEfa/as. have alfo the fall of other Angels. Caitor. u predeflinated unto them at a prifon . and the] do compel the inhabitants therein. out. Bur Sc. which body alfo watfirkken and ajfonipied with the ra&*"& madnefi of pride .Thai thefe kmde of Spirits do inhabit in the fublunary region. And in his 49 Epifl. and do attempt various and manifold horrible Jludies . The tcv(pastor. P turc* an Evangel ift. Whar ? Have we the fall of this Archangel no- where elfe in holy writ. Augufiine } Pollux. becaufe he fo fully and plainly foretold of Chrift and his kingdom: he maketh mention hereof in his 14 Chapter. That the punifhments ofthe Demencs of faifl thou to this? viltare appointed for a time . and theyferve inflavery and thraldom to Beelzebub their Prince. that are abominable unto God .teacheth. in the place before quoted. what the<leviu Pollux.

Sapho « a great The c Which birds when they could pronounce the words m«nt of"" God. and Gods upon earth. per- . without the Angels that Why the Devil hath familiars. Demons Jovu or : but being allured by that pride. with him? He could • i i i ntemend. \' e birds to teach them by little and little to pronounce humane words. & fay. nor lime to recal that paft. Certainly thefe Mcridtani. which are falfe Gods. this is a certain natural foolifhnefs of the Liticm. to which in general he doth notcommit all things he would have efFefted^but diverfe things to divers Minirters. That it was one of thefe that fpoke to our Saviour. to be gorgeoufly clothed to be called M 'o- narchs of the earth in perpetual power . (hewing him all the Kingdoms of the earth.I I 4 A Di[cour(e3 they can never be able to accomplim it . Thou hart now declared that the Archangel that became an aportare . and great nefa covet Mat. All thefe things willlgive thee. to be reputed for may be gathered from the Hebrew Aftronomers. znd Dioc/e/ian the Emperoutyvho accounted. or if they never (o much is for there which Cajlor. faying. if thou wilt fall down and worship me. lyers. South m l sapbo. & Antemeridianii.\ have almoft declared to appear a madnefs in Libicus^ Sappho. that is. ulyti e«o< ^j jh-.and of humane nature : he began. Spirits. time cannot purge nor deanfe them .given unto them. that they may afpire to authority . It isfatd. Cajlor. which macj e him Co arrogantly affeft the Majerty of God. that they might become Devils : could not he of his fell own ciently rule over his proper infeparate malice after his fall fuffiown Province. j no fpace of repentance. that they might allure the people of the earth into a common love ofthemfelves.having ta1<en certain DiocUJidtt. defire it is nefs Tol.whichP£*fff faith. saphomi minde. did draw away very many other Angels with him in his fall. Truely if they have hardened themfelves in wicked. which defire to be cfteemed and adored Pol. that he chofe very many Ministers unto himfelf. c ocj s } ancj t 1C y are appointed as Servants and flaves toot the Devil their Prince . that is.the utmoft degree of bleffednefs was. he did fo »»• r _ n i-i ^ j t_ r tar itnve to be like unco God . Thofe which we call JovH.*. ?°l' Truely. j q Is the fountain of all wickednefi-.

for thefe Spirits have committed to them rapines. that ic's impoflible to be renewed .that is. and by Alcinach anoccidentalSpirit. who p' e W . perfectly.furfetings with excijjlve drunkennrf!. gluttony and vomiting: they wander about lakes. they mighc repeat thofe words . foul and moft fraudulent kinde of Spirits '.fometimes making the Meridional Spirits their MefTengers. 39. p^h. that thofe words were fpoken by divine inftind. tenr- . robbe. " Caftor. dens. The other would compel his Subje&s hereunto.of lyes . for IambUchus doth a(Terr. And Arioch the Spirit of vengeance.That the Spirits Occidental Spirits. Is unlawful venery. wrath.The Martialifts of thcNorth part of the world^re cal. which produce fhame and difhonefty .Merid'an ries. to break wedlock. Authors of devaftations. and this kinde Spirits of darknefs. of thefe mention is made in the 39 Chapter of Ecdefiafticus. and which are the worft . and fame meridional Spirits . of Spirit they call Bohchim. they Ihould worfhip him as Almighty. war and fury. fuch as Nefrach and Kellen.that proftrating themfelves dow n. he fent thern abroad for this flying 1 1 end and purpofe. And Efaiai the heavenly Prophet fpeaketh of other Spirits fent from God to the Egyptians ro make them erre. that everywhere abroad . John in his Revelation^mzrwionzih to be banifhed and expelled.ponds ana riven. wanton dances . for their King Abaddon or Apollyon i vs\\cvc\ St. anger. were drawn to believe. that do fo frame and contrive unlawful loves. alfo to beimputedto the Devils? Pol.J * ftir up wars.ings.and m$ of the fowersof evil. and exceffwe gluttony. which were Spirits of darknets. revellings and gurmandiz. Caftor. is tocaufe difcord among brethren .North. the excitements and provocations to fin. of the weftern part of the world. But are not they the captives of the Devil . and the people which were ignorant of his deceitful invention.j^c Spiled Executioners of vengeance.envy. he caufethfhipwracks. Yes chiefly .hatred.5 Of the Nature of Spirits. ofthe water. and lifting up their hands. and thereupon adore and worfhip him for a God. and *8. whofe work pectus. are predeftinated to this purpofe . Spirit. diflblve conjugal love. which are called bloodjmen in Scripture? Po/. workingand executing judgement with Afmo.

The Prince of the power of the Air. having Mccerti for their tutelar. z. John makes mention in the 9 Chapter of the Revelation. and the bowels of the earth .inhabit in dens and cavernes of the earth. '. which is a Spirit caufing heat in the time of noon. That the Spirits of the Air do caufe thunders. Spirits of r*<S'". ofSpirics St. and in remote concavit' in of mountaines.woods and wildcrticjfes. or elfe they feekjo afflift men with a hurtful melancholy. Are there fo many mongers .£ a bout like the fierce Panthers. r ^^^'"fpokenof. with making a noife and founds of bells. declare ancl maintain. from which they fuddenh vanijh away.hail . he appeareth . forthwith execute the fame. and are the plague t eeart and fometimes thej frequent openfields. and keep treafureh ties which oftentimes they do tranfport from one place to another. St.- notwithfianding they are ignorant in compaffmg their deceits upon women J of which comfA- . Of fuch kinde the Air. that they might invade deep fits. Pol. and frequently fne verteth and eand is feenintkefhapeofawoman. . 60 infeft lightnings and thunderbolts.Iltf ADifcourfe. nean Spi. afj ^ mifchief of hunte rs endeavouring to feduce travellers and paffengers out of their right way. a kjnde unapt forwickednefl. andfaining themfelves to be the Souls of the dead . and fometimes diffembUng. . Cajlor. rain verturneth fhips : and if he will appear vifible. thereby caufing fear in the beholders . which are converfant under fire. acting frightful daunces in the night. in Phlegeton. that they may hurt them. S pints of w hjc h inhabit in groves.their dijpofitions. That Spirits. Pollux ? And many more for the fame Hebrew Aflertors do of the fiery clement. which do Subterra. that fo the) might corrupt and infetb the air. the lunary regions. to make them furious or mad . and produce piflilence and deflrullion. and the Spirit that rulethiu pcfls.ThcHebrew Aftronomers before _. by reafon of the con/fancy of There are a ifo fubterranean Spirits. that whatfoever is committed to them . i'rfa/calleth him.• they fmite the foundations of buildings. and fometimes almofi kill them. do fay. The chief of thefe are Sanyaab and Achimael. Epbef. left any man (houldmake ufe thereof: theyftir Hp windes withflawing (lames of fire . the/ <iAnd there are Spirits of the earth. which are oriental there are Spirits . or to deceive them withfalfe and wicked illufions .earthqHakcs. the children of difobedience. thefe do ait up metals .

\n\\\c fight of many people devoured a whole Chariot and fome horfes.that at Tubi»ga. 49. whereby he (hall da(h in peicef all the darts of his adversary. lp do but a little differ. and having on the breft-plate of righteoufntfl. The Negromancers do call the (aid Belial. Fegor and Anarazol* to walk. who invented the ufe of Gunpowder. Spirits.. Oh my foul. Pollux. that they mayfeduce falfe MagiIt is apparently manifeft. Caflor. was fuch a feducer. of whom ir is fpoken in the Revelation. is Ga^ael. ny the Negromancers I 1 do fay. fhould deceive the whole world. in the book of the iC*>^/. .other lyingSpirits (although they are all iyers) yet thefe are more apt to lye . veffels of death . ^' gins of war. and Paul calleth him an Apoftate or tranfgreflbr. Chodar . . which hath under him alfo the Spirits ofjuglers . veffels of iniquity .7 Of the Nature of Splritt. where r\um! ne bleffeth his Sons : he faith . I will be a. and £. Plato affirmeth Thext to have been fuch a one.». A man never walketh fafely unlefs he forrific and A man ne.hem. Meridian filiniquity thily infervient for the wont inventions. F "" 7 ' leth {. which alfo are called veffels of wrath.of whom mention is made . Belial^whom they have interpreted to be without any equal. Tim hear furtnenThere are alfobefides thefe. They have a Prince.' z*kjel calleth them .and let him taS^e thefheild of faith-find the helmet offalvation . Simeon and Levi are bloody Gen. veffels of death and deilruflion. from whom the Spirits of ^. Of thefe Jacob makes mention in Genejis. Serpent which deceived Eve. lying Spirit in the mouth of all thy Prophets . that the cians and wicked perfons. The Pfalmtfl termeth thefe Spirits. who was the firft rhat found out and invented Playes and Dice : to whom we will joyne the Monk . who do imitate and endeavour to all miracles. How warily ought a man fo many ginnes and (hares ? Pot. veffels of wrath . And fuch a one was he. that he • • < . let him walkjwith hi* feet {hod with the preparation of * the Gofrel of peace. come not thou into their counfels. EfaiasczX. ftrengthen himfelf with the armour of God. in his En.which is.where it isfaid. amongft . andSatan is his Prince. from whence Apollo is cal- led Pythius. an oriental Spirit. 77w his ver **&* c* loynes begirt about with truth . they are called Pythons. veffels offury Jeremiah.

rp f. book of G*yir. And what (hall be the end of chefe falfe Prophets. 1 1 8 A Difcourfe.falfc I have feen ? many that remain. obedient to Aftaroth. if i c were not moft fafeiy purged with the Sword of the word of God. ca jj ecj a j) ev [[ among the Gneks. It is thus : T/rw/irt the feventh book of blsEpittles writeth . Tliny the fecond relates. Tol. Tol. ip'«. and workers of wickednefs ? I can fcarce believe that there is any angle or corner in the whole fabrick of the world. ic be not too irkfome to thee. Who are they accufers. becaufe they efchew & fly from any communication with men. never appearing in Lucifugi. Neverthelefs dcvils.if by fome touching. Scarce the fmalleft mice that may be feen. malicioufly vexing and fliers from tr. that is free from them. crptadeof /v. yec it fhall not much trouble me to relate it. the light. whom I have not yet inferibed Caftor. breathing or infpiration. and John calleth him and thefe we term evil hurt to them but truely they are a kind which are unapt for to do much wickednefs. it would forthwith be worfe. There are others ca l' e d Lucifag't which fly from the light. in a certain fpaciout houfe y which Anthenodorus And Suetonitu in his fixth houfeof AmhtnoJ*nte. either ty f A horrible apparition the Philosopher happened to purchafe. e day .vthois the accufer of the brethren. but delighting in darknefs. Caftor. a Spirit Caftor. Tol. Falfe accufers and fpies.l defire. in this frantique Catalogue. that there watfncha one at Athens. The (lory is fomething long and prolixious . who are prefent wich every man.makes mention of another to have long conl ' nue d in the garden of Lamianw.. & they do affect men with an infatiable avarice & thir- defire after authority and dominion. and fometimes by Gods permiffion .declare unto fpeaketh concerning this Spirit of t/fwbeno- me what T/wy dorus. Of a certain large . Alfo there are tempters and deceivers that lie in wait to deceive . Therefore dofl thou truely call the world the reThe world is the receptacle of chofe falfe lights. Caftor. Without doubt. Caftor. which have Mammon for their King. troubling men.

and because all men had an evil watching r^r fufpition of that houfe he forthwith commanded hisfervants to . hit fiefh being confumed with devouring time . inhabitants . fuddenly heard the locks tofoake opcn. and the noife drew neer unto the table . What did they finde ? To/. and tool^a light. never the le(? he did not lift up hit eyes .Of the Nature fpaeious houfe at the of Spirits body would 1 1 p A thens. Caftor. y/here at length a certain Philofopher named A nthenodorus happened to pur chafe that houfe . that after he had compleated andfi- nifhed hisftudy he might go to bed.and the chains to be moved . bound and intangled in chains and fetters . Caftor. which no it. Caftor. which he little re" garded-y until it had touched hint three times . He therefore((&ith Pliny when he went in ( in the evening ) and applied himfelf to hit ftudy'. nor Jlirred from his boo^ but flopped his cars with his fingers t left that furious tumult might workji vain fear upon him . fo alwajes. inhabit by reafon of to the noUurnal incurpons of Spirit s^which were fo formidable . and vanifheiaway. What fearful things thou zehtcftyPoRux f but what was the event of this fad fpe£tade ? Pol.. worn away with withered leattnefi and deformitj^his beard hanging down long. which without delay iiecrcr unto they canfed to be buried.admonifhing them that they fhould dig diligently about the threfhold of the door . according to the Chriftian ceremonies. for there it was probable they might finde fomething. Theyfound a dead carcafi . and faw an effigies like unto a finger beckoning and calling unto him-. Having digged up the earth . as he had feen the fame. The next day he related the whole matter to the Magiftrares in order. and prepared and furnifhed the fame for him felf to dwell in . that fometimes the day-time and when they were fbapes . and then he looked up-. that the forms which they then faw^were ever prefent in their memory. which might caufe the houfe to be quiet and habitable. Tliny faith. at length he looked up . and beheld the Spirit^ as it were an old wan-. they would caft them into dreams . . provide him a bed and tables . but the noife ft ill approaching him. hu legs and feet were as it were laden with chainsand fetters : he went towards a gate which was bolted^ and there left the Thilofopher. horrible and deformed hair .

Artu Nauta vag& neparct Mttfigmu hare»*y Offibnt & 'Particulam dare . or breaking of bread to the hungry. did thehoufe afterwards become Pol. ayards. as Elpino y of noris witnefs in //«»«. for the heathens did The Cere. What madnefs therefore pofleffeth them who propoflcfled phane and defiroy Church-yards . and we read in/Wp/rw. * P° l Thou fhalt finde. and do give the bones Uefithai" of the dead for meat to the Spirit Zaz^lm-pi whom mention dcrtroy Churchis made in the 3 of the Kings . But this being performed. 1 Me quoquc divexi Rapidui comet rionit Hljrttis book of Notus obruit uneb's. - C . A Difcourfe. aftor. where he yeildeth up his life . capiti inhumato. for the falvation of fouls. to be in g«« Emynamtu. where the facred Organs of the hol y and ble{rec s P iric do reft . which God would have to be purged with holy prayers.highly efteem the Rites and Ceremonies of burials . ~r fo Go j tt ^nd Archita ihePhilofophet in Flacctu .didfubverr9 deftroy and prophane thefe holy places. moneft the terred. And worfe then heathenifh . Horace Yerfes. that he was called Eurywt' The Spirit They are Cafior. and fmg. very well. moneft the Hiftories of De/phos . end not depart ax»*y hence and leave me uninI (hall be made the wrath Heathens.: 1 20 Cafior. that herein the youth might dance their mocking inrerludes. Venttfina e Pleilantur/iln<^ te fofrttc muliaque merees ) Unde poteft tibi defluat ctque. that y not being riteh buried. thus t (peaketh to the Mariner fteem aleft mindeful of me .afterthc furious found of the drum or taber. fie auocunque m'mabitur Eurm FluBibut Hefptriif. that the Governours of Cities that were of the opinion and judgement of ChriiUans. Iopean . there the poor inferiour old women did fell hafe trumpery or lupines . and f ? " in HoMer lle fP eaketh to Uljff" j l mtreM th"> O Ufxfes. or. Ab . quiet and habitable ? Yes. But it is an impious and heathenifh thing fo to have touched the anointed of God. Pol.

l'V^a* becaufe it was onely covered with a light turff.Caligula the Emperour in the 7 of c.The vain Religion ny of burials? f the Pollux. Omnibus umbra locis adero dubis improbe penas. on raging furious phanfie. being noc duly buried .1 Of the Nature of Spirits.was void of any intelligible effence. Negligis immeritU nociturtm . for this body.facrt Cuff-ode Tarenti.fom- times the departed fhadow would fpeak unto his remaining friends. to <s£ncas in the fixth book of Virgils e/£- Nunc mefiu&us habettt verfatitfy in lit tore venti. Have the Gentiles fo greatly efteemed the ceremo. addeth the like con.TheHiAocerning the dead body of C. Poft medo te natU fiaudem committcre : fors &) Debit* Jura v>cefa [Hpcrl>& 3 Te manent ipfum prstcibtu non linquar mult is Tefypiacula nulla refolvent. Yes. with violent incurfions in the night . for their Religion did hold that ° the Soul of a body which was uninterred. faying.c»Garden of Lamianm. as in the Poet. fo that it being an aiery body. and left to the power and command of a . it was taken up again and ritely and duly by them buried. as we have fliown before. vfjuid. atirai Qjfodte per Cali jucundum lumen "Per genitorem oro y pcrfpemfurgentis Juli. C"Stor. Eripe me his invitte malts-) ant tu miht terram & Injice namtfe petes. and fomtimes evilly vex and torment his enemies with revenge. 1 2 And Palinurus ncids. R Conor .^. and fubje& to the torment and afflictiot corporal qualities . Suetonius.did very much difquiet and trouble the poffeflbrs of the Garden. Dido threarneth c/£neas. until by his fifters.who were re- turned from banifbmenr . very much . jih Jove Neptuno.

. Pollux. with his dog his horfe entombed himfelfalive in a vaft deep den having carried with him iome mear . and founds of tinkling instruments of brafs. no other way or means be freed from the fury of ^ a ^ ows or Spirits. of cai^uia could by caufe' f*' thcS^trits. Give attention . £ : & -.*' h the Sea. environed arain mountain in Norway -. <iArtTlotlc fpeaking of miracle-:. (fup. Jfd Pollux.C<f/?cr. for there they fet before our eyes an admirable Hiflory of one Afuitus ana A[mH-»dvs> which eafily proveth all thy fayings.Now and /ff-.thou didumake mention of Za^elM. that he which of A[iutM fhould live longefl of them. fame Emperour died. it is thus Afuitus and A[mu»iut A wonderfulHiftory had fworn with mutual vows each to other. n 7. Ca&or.They do declare that he lives altogether by the livethby fl e fh f the dead : fo as fometimes he doth not leave the of bones. f °u tbttberi. with certain fecret & hidden fcreechings.Pe!lux. but by And thehoufe wherein the tne *"e bumingthereof. And he reporteth that in Lyppora neer about the t/Eoli. I befeech thee declare this unto mc. in the fifth book of the Danifh Hiftorj)<lo mofl truely fubferibe their confents and agreements to this thy Aflertion . Tollux.would entomb himfelf alive.122 The houfe Caftor. that continually fent forth ftich lamenrablevoices. z*\etus C*ft° T . an "'fl an ds/here was a certain HilL from whence in the night Lippora? there was heard Cymbals. fajy^fj ju confume away Afuitus before Afmundus . And at length Ericus the King of Snecia came into that place with an Army.likethe yelling & howling of infernal devils. as Hiflory -makes mention. whom alfo thou didftaffert to have beep called Eurjnomus by Taufania T defire thee to (hew me fomthing more largely concerning this Spirir. mentioneth a cernamed Hechelberg. whereupon AfmHndus for his Oath of fnendfhip fake. much . The^<»^» Grammarians. and broke open the tombe of Afuilus .. whereupon a longtime he fed. did prohibit any accefs thereunto. • pofing . laughings and roarings of Spirit s.But even now.infoi b° ur w l that che noife 8c clamour of their terrible roaring might and the flocking together of great be heard almoftamile Ravens and Vultures neer it . A Df fcourfe.

1 23 pofing there bad been treafure hid therein but when the ) cave was opened, he drew out Jfmundus, and brought

Of the Nature of Spirits.


the light,
his frefh

who was covered with a deformed fharp counand gored with bloodflowing


tenance, a deadly deformity,


Caflor. But this ftory pertainerh not to our purpofe. Pollux. Truely it doth, if you diligently mark ihefe verfes,

which fet forth the caufe of his wounds. CaUor. Shew me thefe verfes, if thou Pollux. They are thefe which follow.



Quidjlupetis qui rchttummc Colore cernitis Obfo/ef u nempe vivus omms inter mortstos , PJefcio quo Stygii tin minis aufu y Miflits ab inferis Spiritus ajjluit S<tvis alipedem dentibus edir 7


reporrs of himfelf, that a Spirit



his horfc

Canem prdbuit


& his

Non content us equi velcanis efu7
Vifciflafygena [uflulit 4urem


Mox in me rapidos tranjlulit ungues^

Huic laceri vultut horret imago^
Ernie at tn^ fero vulnere fanguis

wards began to devour him, that he


Haud imjpu-ne

tamen monjlrifer egit

beat and wounded
the Spirit.

Nam fcrro fervi max caput ejus ,
Perfodify mcensfiipite Corpus.

Jfmundus did cut the head of the Spirit Zax^lus or Eurjnomus, and druck and pierced his body with a club ; what ? have Spirits bodies, that may be feen and handled by men ? Pollux. (/>rtcftvu doth not deny, but that their natures may The devils receive the habit and covering of vegerable bodies , and be h avc DO " transformed in feveral kindes of fhapes , whereby they can <*"*•« the more craftily and fubtilly delude and deceive the improvident wits of men. Bafilius Magnus alfo teftifierh the fame, and witnefleth , that they have bodies appropriate to themCastor. T obferve here, that

as likewife alfo have the pure Angels,
alfo report the

Pfellus a


cromancer doth



and he

alfo teacheth,





That fometimes they deep or reft, and do change their places, and fhew themfelves vifible to the fences of men, Socrates atfertetb, That a Spiric did fpeak with him, which alfo fometimes he faw and felt ; but their bodies cannot be difcerncd But Marcus Qherroncfut, an excellent to be different in fex. j. e fearcher into the natures of Spirits, writeth, That they have rits cannot

be difcem- fimple bodies that there doth belong a difference of fex to ed by fex. compound bodies yet their bodies are eafily drawn to mo;


and naturally apt to receiveevery configuration. For, faith he , even as the clouds do (hew forth the apparition and refemblance fometimes of men, andfomettmes ofe~.

tion and flexibility

fo like wife do the bodies of Spirits re; ceive vanotufhapes as the) plcafe , by reafon whereof they trans-

very thing yon conceive

forme thcmfelvc* into the forms fomettmes of men, and fometimes Ncverthelefithis is not free to them ally but onely to All Spirits of women. For he teacheth, That the Spirits cannot re- the fiery and aiery Spirits, ceive feve f the water have more flow and lefs a&ive bodies, which by ,alrtia P«reafon of the flownefs and foftnefs of that element, they do mofl efpecially refemble birds and women ; of which kinde the Naiades and Nereides are, celebrated by the Poets. Trimctiui teftifics , That the Devils do defreto affume the (haps of men rather then any ether form ; but when they cannot finde the matter of the air convenient and befitting for that purpofe. And he laith , That they frame fuck kj,nde ofapparences to themfelves, as the contrary humour or vapour will afford ; and fo they arefeen fometimes in the form andfhape of a Lion, a Wolfe,a Sowyan Afia Centaure,of a Man horned, having feet like a (joat : fuch as It is reported were feen in the mountain o(Thru «j/'rf,where there was heard a terrible roaring. Castor. Porphyr us in Etijebius, in his fourth book of Evangelical Preparations, teacheth , That fome of thefe are goodSpints, andfomebad ; bur. I have counted them to be all evil,

that thou art not feduced with the of Porphyrins, or Apuletu, or Proclus , or of fome other Plantonicks , which are mentioned in St. Aw gufttnes book of The City ofGcd, 1,2, and 3 Chapter , who
affert ions either

Then it feemeth

Of the Nature of Spirits.
alfodo affirm
that there are



Tome of

thefe Spirits



Eufebitu in the faidbook and 6 Chapter

andSc. <±Angufline

concerning the fame in his book of The Qtty of God , the 9 Chapter and the 8, with very great and flrong Arguments do convince the Platonicks, that none of thefeD<ew<w are good. There 1$ but all evil;and that we do alfo approve of from their names, no D<"»on Goi ' which are every where fet forth in holy Scripture ; for the Devil is called D/Vi^o/«/, that is, flowing downwards: that he Why he « which fwelling with pride , determined to reign in high « ,,e <l oiol lut' " places, fell flowing down wards to thelowefl parts, like the torrent of a violent dream, as Cajfiodoriu writeth. And he is called Sarhan$hzi is,an adverfary;who as Si.Jerome teflifieth, Satben% by reafonof the corruption of his own malice, he continually refifteth,and is an adverfary againfl God, who is the He is called Behemoth in the 40 Chapter of Bebeattb , chiefeft good. Job, which fignifieth an Ox ; for even as an Ox defireth hay, fo he with the teeth of his fugged ions , coveteth to deftroy And Leviathan in the Leviathan. the upright lives of fpiritual men. fame place, which fignihes an addition, becaufe the Devil alwaies endeavours to adde evil to evil , and punifliment to punifhment. He is alfo called in Revelation 1 5. -^folljon, A n signifying a rooter out, for he rooteth our the vertues which God planteth in the Soul. He is called a Scr/w;Mn the 1 2 ASerttnt. of the Revelation, by reafon of his virulency. A Lion in the 1 Epifl.Ptfrrandthe laft Chapter,which roareth about feeking whom he may devour. He is called a cunning Workman ffa.f 5. becaufe by his malice the veflels that are elected and approved. He is called, Ifa.34. Onocentnurut Sryntts, Pilofns, Syren, Lamia, Ulula,Struthh. And by David in the 90 Pfal. an jifpe, Bajiliske and Dragon. In the Gofpel Mammon, the Prince of this world, and Ruler ofdarknefi. Caftor. Why therefore have the Divines declared v That the Almighty hath given two kindes of Spirits unto men • theonegood, the keeper and preferver of their lives, the other evil, refitting the good if they arc all evil ? Pollux.Tht holy Dolors dounderftand by the good Spirit a

good Angel/uch


we read£*/>£we/was

to Tobia/,vtho bound



A Difcourfe,
in the

the evil Spirit Afmodem wildernefs of the furtheft parts of Egypt, that he might be the more fafe. Cahor. Ic had been more fafe for every man to have been without the evil Spirits ; whac therefore was the will of che heavenly Father concerning them? Pollux:. Thac by the affiftance of che good Spirits, we might
couragioufly wage continual war againfi the evil Spirits ; but being clothed with the harnefs of righteoufnefs, like valiant fouldiers we may gird our loyns with truth , and wichthe


faith reuft


fight againfi all his darts.



we condefcend nnto chis warfare of



feemeth good to inquire whether the Devils have power of doing hurt, granted unto them by God ; or whether of themfelves they can hurt afmuch as they pleafe ?
Pollux. If the laft were true, could compare the end The devils are the of their hurting ? but it is very manifeft, that their authority Princes of from on high is of fo great exigency , that John the Evanget





d oubteth not to name the Devils the Princes of


Caftor. In what manner therefore do they hurt? Pollux. Although they be moft mighty and powerful Spirits,

no hurt unlefs it be by permiffion ; or,as Damafcenm faithjZTy difpenfation.hnd ChryfoFtome faith,7Z?<y have a limited power ; for trucly without the will of God , they cannot The Devil could not have detouch a hair of any mans head. ceived the Prophets of Ahab^ if he had not received power from God ; neither could he have brought any detriment uponjo^either unto his body or his goods^but by the power God had given him. In the 7 of EAWwthe Magicians made Frogs and Serpents by the power of the Devil permiffively;
yet they can do

but Lice they could not bring forth,by reafon of the greater

power of God prohibiting them. Neither in the Gofpel could the Devils hurt the Swine until Chrift had given them
Caflor. Therefore the Devil is not fo much to be feared, but the Lord our God , that either he would not furfer him to rage againfi us ; or if at any time by his own determinate


Of the Nature of Spirits.
counfel be let lpofe his chains

would defend

that then he

and mercifully preferveus.
Pollux. Thou faieft well ; for even as a wilde boare is noc to be feared if he be bound, and held wich a flrong chain by a powerful flrong man, and who is able by his ftrength to reflrain the fiercenefs of the boare ; but the man js to be feared, and requefted,thathe would not let loofethe boare: So 3l\{o Satan is not co be feared, being bound with the cords

of the Almighty; but the Almighty rather, whoholdeth him with a cord, left at any time he fliould let loofe his cord, for
to execute his will againftus.
Cafior. We know that the Devils,afcer incarnation of the Word, were called the Lords of the earth hut I wonder,

where the Word
Pollux. If


noc yet incarnate



power alfo over men.

Tbedevlls feducemcn they have wherc. thc ™°** 1S

God, they have

much but take

a demonfiration thereof, £")«fr>r,from the fa/deans,

the Devil raged with fo much power and dominion, that they made no efteem of the true God , but worfliipped the elements. There needeth not a demonftration of the Greeks ; for the fury of the Devil did fo much reign amongft


by his Arguments, they accounted Saturn for a their own proper Children ; and and father of all filthinefs , they named Jupiter, an adulterer to be the father of Gods and men ; Becchm, the mod wicked example of all fervitudeand bondage, they called a free father ; Venui a ftrumper, they termed a pure virgin ; and they

them ,


very great

God, devouring

worfhippedFVor/* an harlor,as


type or example of virginity.

There is no man that is ignorant ,that the Egyptians have been worfe then the Greeks , when they made peculiar Gods to themfelves, by the inanimate perflations of the Devil ; for one worfhipped a fheep, another a goat, another a calfe, very many did worfliip hoggs , crows , hawkes, vultures, eagles, crocodiles, cats, dogs, wolves, aftes, dragons; and things growing alfo, asonyons, garlick, and thornes ; as every one
covetous of reading, fhall finde in Damafcen/ts, in his Hiftory ofjofaphai and Ztar;Wj and in Enfebiw^ in the fourth


Cafcor. and Chaprer of Evangelical Preparations . fhipped thruft . alfo accounteth for Devils. whenalfo by theinfiinift of the devil. have made untothemfelves. Jupiter y Bacchus ^ Venn* and Florafov Gods .S/*/«r». St <tAug uiline in h is book De "Hatura Dtmonum.or rather Devils of the (jemiles. and faith. whether there be power given tothe Devils co foretell things to come ? concerning which thing true God'. how diligently they have brought into their Religion the Gods. that they may men and draw them from the worfhip of the whom alone eternal death can be efcaped. which Laftantiui Caftor. .after their coming up out of Egypt. 1 perceive in his fourth book De vera Sapient/a. they declare themfelves to be Gods into errors . by the madnefs wherewith the Devil poflefled them. It is' expedient forme now to be more inquifitive in this difcourfe . Declare. Pollux. rits . are thus words of Lanttantim. they . hath been adored for Gods j for thou and another haft now faid . neither do I accounc the Hebrews ( who glory in being the off-fpring of their father Abraham ) to have been better then the former. whojoyneth the great Jupiter to and the other Poets and Philofophers do call them fometimes Gods^ and fometimes Devils whereof there is one true^ and another falfe : for the moj} wicked Spirits when they are carp juredf do confejft hemfe Ives to be Devils . That the damned Spi. diflolveth this Cordoned knor. but where they are worthe great Devils.! pray. through hitherto I have not been able to dart at the right mark j for this queftion feemeth fufliciently doubtful unto me. Mark them . That the Creeks-. whom at length they alfo flew : that I may hold my peace.wkh cruel hands they violently aflaulted the Prophets and holy men of God . : The fame Devils are the gods of the Gent ties we \ then let htm but tfany one will not believe thefe things of credit Homer. thee the Castor. by thefe thy afTertions. wore . that one Devil. Devil. Pollux.1 28 firft A Difcotirfc book. being filled full of all manner of impiety and wic^ednefy do The devils omet imcs challenge to themselves power of forefeeing things to f comt ' becaufe in thefenfe of their Aiery bodies . they ha ve afar thinps to come.

Poll. and devils de1* to be adored in ftead of Gods. Furthermore. but a/fo the flying of birds : by which means j they are able to declare things long before they come to be known . or becaufe of the incomparable fwtftnefi of their aiery bodies . which we cannot attain to 3 becaufe of thefhortnefiof our momentanccHS life. and to anfwer Ora. cie came not in old time by the will of mart . 1. they obtain this wonderful experience of things . becaufe the Series of many yeers doth caufe great experience. No to come. And the Apoflle Peter alfo faith. Damafcenus fetteth a greater wimefs of thefe things.and covet to be counted worthy of admiration. 1 29 more flrong and prevalent power of fore~k»owing . counled PolL know that the devil is the father of lyes. before our eyes . Nothing. If any one fhall deny thefe opinions of Auguftine^s erroneous . ? not ore " r l 1 a.1 j c l joj the celejttal ana mjeriour bodies. Theprophe. know Poll.why the mation.Of the Nature of Spirits. but that hereby they feek to get great efti. that thofe things which he foretelleth. for that belongs onely Unto God: ^ them"n" but fo much as they are able to know* they have from the difbofition . certainly : but for what caufe that S is at tai- ned . Cafl. but holy men of God Jpakf as they were moved by the holy Ghofr. Thislaft afiertion of S. which we y by reafan of the earthly flowncfi of our fcnfey ceafe not to wonder at and admire : or becaufe of the benefit celerity of of their continual life . ifai^t. Why therefore do the devils fo willingly and ofchingsto their own accord undertake Prophecies. without all exception. No man therefore will deny that they do foraetimes foretel things Oatf . which is but a* it were a bubble.Angu(tine feemeth unto me to be more true then the red. he extra£teth from his own lyes. then men of earthly bodies can have . the Prophet Efaias faith thus: Shew the things that are to come hereafter^ and tclluSy that we may know that ye are gods.«m e cles ? What benefit have they from hence ? Cafl. Cajf. man. Cafior: p°oph«s. which wonderfully exceedeth not onely the men and wilde beajls . : ' - We from whence we are pioufly to believe . who in his fecondbookof Orthodox Faith faith thus That the devils The devils cannot foreknow things to come-.» Ttt. Poll.

Porphyrins.but oftentimes fpoke with a humane voice. It would. The devils and unwonted accident. he [hould rte ver tell the truth . ried Alfo. Cafl. : but onely the working of a Miracle ? when her Image of by Furins Camillm whether ic would be carto Romet znd it anfwered with a humane voice. is not onely intricate to obfeurities. 8. Pollux > What Miracle a is. and draweth men ' '. becaufe her wood was asked to Latjumjn the hearing of many people. °" '^ e interpreter thereof. he could deceive no man. Chrjffoftome It is granted) ADifcourfe.. times tdl C Nocwithflanaing. when he conveyed a Serpent from Epidatirw to Rome ? What gave fo great authority to Juno. in his book of OracleS.thac the foreknowledge of things to come. In the 8 Chapter of the Alts of the Apoftles. faith S.lt0 a dmtration thereof. and the mod expert teacher of diabolical Arts . Poll. mext but alfo uncertain to thegods and full of many roll. work racks.- he fa ith. _ Poll. neither jf W0Hl* hit tying frjfice him to tempt with. in thefe words that fometimes the devil doth fpeal^ truth^ . but fo obfeurely. he forerelJeth things nevenhelefs.: 130 ned to. of the Statua. » Anew . and be worshipped in Gods : for what end do the evil fpirits work Mira- What . we read of Miracles done by Simon the fon of Rachel j and in Exod. But do they work Miracles ? They do for whereby doft thou believe that e/E/cwlapius was honoured in his Confecration for a god. eAuguftiney c ??" thathe always layeth the blame of the things by himfoforetold^up- that he might commend Why the o devils are uncertain. Thou haft faid. although he be the greateft maintainer of devils . that they may of the devils are gain authority to them- fiead of cles ? Cafl. cJe$ his own lying with rare verity whereat. felvesamongft the credulous people. but onely by the means of a Miracle. . is a Miracle. Thus far Chryfcjlome. doth moft clearly teach. mi- 1.from rhence Fortune was made agoddefs . that the predictions done in this maner. nevenhelefs he faith with the aforcfaidDo£tors. in the way Magici- . not once. grained unto him of himfclf to foretel the truth. which cometh to pa fs coritrar y to j ts CO urfe and cuftome . if he underftand thac he bach not grace truth.

and moft wicked feduccrs . that vertue fhould tofe . dilatafe longtty Hafit xocledicSf Torruit Itgi von jarnit ather & praceps audita Carmine mftndur. 1 3 Magicians of Pharaoh . To turn the windes . bungftupiptd withidlcntfi. laft his book but one of ruling W ^ ^ |t j e {^e j ev . in the works of Cod . in whereof it may {hew and exercifc power : for he iaith . thai the devils do noc onely work Miracles by the means of men. and with a Demoniacal ]ncantation. To " cn " °f lay impediments upon the fiars. To prolong the day. who in the fight of many people brought forth frogs and fcrpents.The Inlent fircams to ftay their couric.1 of the Nature of Spirits. that he grantcth them power to aft fuch things fo freely. left its ro work Vertue^ Miracles. Cum libet hac trifti depellit lumina calo. but they arc able alfo to fubvert Nature. its na- ture.To break the courfc of the moon. JJanc ego de ccelo ducentemfydera vidiy Fluminis ac rapidi Carmine vertttaterf H<tc canti* fttndittfofoluM maneftjij fepttlchru Elicity & tepido devoratojfurogo. He faith S 2 that a m<ot cannot other- . £um libet aftivo convocat orbc Hives. which vertue no foontr had the Almighty indued man withal . I do not any more wonder that Mofes called God Wonderfnl) that he doth fo connive at this fink of wickednefs. Nature. and to doVubwc fhorcen the night j as Lucanu* excellently rnewcth. To chantmake the fun ftand ftill.|j like . I (feffavcre vices rerun*. Firmiantu excellently fheweth why God doth fo . but he forthwith added unto him an enemy .makc vio. tsipuletu doth tcflifie the power of men to be fo great in Inchantments . De opifcio Dei : for he faith. that vcrtue is not vertue. At Vittory cannot ftand without fo neither can VcrtHC fnbji(r -without an Enemy . certain And TibnllHs of a Demoniacal Charm. and curned the waters into blood. tinlefs it have fome Poll. Caft.

whom he intanglcth with vain Religions. but he-. which he fo cra ft'ly prepareth againft us . and a certain . Infomuch that he was not firong in . he hlicveth that his fi . that he would leave his herd of fwine to feed in the fields alone: notwithflanding> a certain time coming when the pallor was abfent from his flock . this Poll. own law. he'did believe his fwine were fafely defended from the ravening of the wolves : and he did attribute fo great a Deity to that Schedule . yet neverthelefs we fliall be very much de- ceived by him. orif wefuppofeour felves tobeveryablc to withftand him. He had in his walking-ftaff. that hcfl)all cftablifh continual warfare and contention : for Cod will not that mortal men (ball come to immortal blejjednefiwith an eajie Journey.but whom Trite mins maketh mention. who caufeth and v/orketh exe- Somtimes Cafi. By whofe command ? The devil fait h . therefore herd.Maze . he made more Account of the nartse of SainrJUatLCy a "d attributed more power and cufiody unto itythen unto the none Cafi. unlefihe have always an atlive and build up his falvation with a otherwife attain ha»a\ to the highejlfiep. Tritensiw faith of Cod . In what maner ? Cafi. But what happened to thou termeft fimple ? good Paftor. y faith. afcribeth divine vertue or to the inferiptton of the his Blaze j and nowycontraryto name of St. By the foolijh confidence of the p*' ftor : for he included <% faw the devil keeping them certain Schedule in hisfiajf. fo that we refilled. The other replied. man coming in the mean time. by the power and vertuefof which ftaff. inventor of all e vils and err ours crable things and miracles. and efpecially againft fimple th/devi" cannot be perfons. tnufl wrefile and fin ve with fay Is and oars againft the author and . or Pafloral Crook. who is the worn perfecutor of the falvation of men ? He anfwered. the beft and great eft good. and whom An r adm'i' l or . a Schedule inferibed with the name of Si. cannot rcfift him . Toll. unto which he . Difccurfe. that by reafon of Jlcom " to thefubtil fnares and Ifratagems of the devil.1 1 a and A . as almoft-foolifh Panor.of we read he oftentimes did to the good. and he asked him what he kept here. I keep tkefefwmt. Buc fomecimes ic comcth to pafs.

ic may not be gathered or plucked up without danger.the dog. the devil fhould when he doth in many things prevail over the more wife. defcribed by Jofephm in the hiftory of Jerufalcm . I %$ hogs are thereby defended from the injury of wolves . but I do not wonder thac Poll. inhering to me with afalfe fuperjlition . for pre- n of Miracles . And the fame J^W the . Blaze. fplcndent and fhining in the night . who is fai. I have taken this cuflody upon myfe/f in/lead ef S. No: for we muft give unto Nature that which feem. they tie the fame to a dog. Blaze : for I always freely /land in fiead of Cod and his Saints : fo alfo now rnojl freely do / keep his fwineforSt. but fo difficult to be taken . For which caufe. as if the dog were to perform the torn of his mafier. and deceivcth his eyes fo long .and afterwards the fame root may be taken and handled without teachetb.thac any danger to any man. and. of the fame root. if they do at thcmfelves to his opportunities . draweth up the root . Asbestos.Ofthe Nature of Sprits.Somcmi™ cIes a ^' eth to belong unto her. that J may tnagntfe and confirm the foolifh man in his vain confidence . which. too much endeavouring to follow after him.d to be the greatcft worker : which we have experienced in the ftone t „ r an». where when he hath been by me called again and again. which he teftifieth to be of the colour of a flame of fire. they who want the fame root. and thereby I mayfeiuce himfoy that he may efleem of this Schedule more then Cod. and having bound the root about with a bond. as 5o//»«5witneffeth. as that : fent death followeth unlefs he fhall him thac gathereth or plucketh it up. Whereupon. Poll. be fortified with a Prelervativc abouc his neck. and fuddenly depart away. being once fet on fire. cannot be quenched and the root Baara. until it be fprinkled with the urine of a menftruous woman : and when it is retained by this means . which the Church contradi&eth. This is a pleafant ftory impole fo much upon fo fimplc a Paflor. But are all things wrought and brought to pafs by means of the devil which men call Miracles ? Cafr. and hath not appeared. that it always flies from under the hand of him that would take ir. he forthwith dies. dofcarifieit round about .

. hath defcribed very many compolitions. but tnac ^ rt a ^"° ma y * micate Nature in the working of MirataTe hiJ" c ' cs J as we ma y read in Anftotlc . and the Creed. ^ r [ vcn away. he wr i tcin . tbacal. And concerning rhe fire which is extinguilned with oyl. What.^« thanafus . taking the fame out of the n Sword*. that U Iffiest when he offered a facrificeto his mother. teftifiet h. 134 the fame rooc (o Art Tomeis A Difcourfe.For he faith he hath oftentimes feen innumerable fpirits fo How ven away. fometimes in more flender. that there is the devils arc no way more certain . to be his fingu. in his book de variis Qtuflien. St. which is the true God. and fometimes in moregrofs habits. of the Greek fire that ture in working would burn in water : of which the faid their facrifices about the fepul- chres of the dead. that the moft prefenc remedy againft the infulcation of evil fpirits. Cjprian^xn his book Quod idola dinonfnt^ commanded! that the devils fhould be conjured away by the Some men have declared. . they diligently obferved the ufe of lights or elfe from thence that Pjth/tgorae did determine y that God could be in no wife truely worfhipped without lights The Spi. Noiwkliflanding there is C*ft' OrigtH. thofewho are vexed and tormented with unclean fpirirjj if they carry this root about nothing hindereth . Some others do binde fwords for this intent and r'us fear Ode of Homers where purpofe. when it is befprinkJed over therewith. that thereby they may very much affright and moleft men with horrible pbantafies. is the beginning of the 6 7 Pfalm . then the naming of JESUS the true God.burning.: . mofi holy of all elements. were very profitable for purpofe:from whence . that Fire.and alfo the inftruthis ment whereon the fire was carried. of fuch prefenc force for expiations. Ic fomeiimes happeneth that the devils do clothe themfelves . both from the fouls and bodies of men. Miracles. j ar Treatife concerning this. Let God arife. and kindled with cold water. Poll. and let his enemies befcattcred.cannot we be fortified with any thing to force and compel them toflie from us? are immediately delivered t hem. in his book againft Celfm^ faith. and terrible fights with Ghofts appearing in divers and feveral fhapes and afpefts.

that he compelled ApHonim. and not when he was in the ftate of falvation. divided againft - itfelf? Poll. Some do life for this bufinefs the tinkling of keys . flie faith when the Sybil led </£- ntAs into hell. * u ? c ***? *" n "' What fayft thou to thefe? Ca/f. and ParQey. for this purpofc. Piony. to fight againft he admonifheth us to be all the aflaults of temptations clothed with the (liken garment of Honefty. Many do keep prefent with them Red Coral. by vcrtue ^ cri do whereof. do read truely that Solomon did make them . Rue.: : Of the Nature of Spirits. Hypericon. to flight . and with great horrour vaniflied away from them. obvious to him and his companions. vagwajj eripe ferrum. j^y fword drawn prefenr by him ._to be ufed in this cafe. thus 7#£ Pfocnl. did make fuch Sigils. wricetb. or Vervin. rhe mod ftrong champion of God. but C*ft. affirmeth fuch Charathings ro be almofl nothing worth . Mint. founding of confecrated bells. with contumelies and direful imprecations j iliac the viiion making a noife. But we read that Solomon. as Job. ir was at fuch time when he worlhipped Idols . Mugwort. Poll. a lingular man with God.* fpirir. the fpirits might be expelled and driven away. Palma Chrifii. the purple robe of Modefty and Shamefac'dncfs » and the cloak of Patience We : and . unlefs to them that have &"* avail confederated with the fpirits. I have fomecimes heard from our Elders. If therefore AverroU faith the nor> truth. O prccul ejlebrofaw'. PhileftrAttts Very many do much commend a Perfume of Calamint. wherewith he expelled and drove away the fpirits from the blood of his faa And in the hxth of Virgil. or the terrible ratling of Armour. that they charamade them Sigils inferibed with Pentagones . invade viam. ihe^had crifice. Avtrrois writing againft Algazclus . Ttrtullian ofFcreth a more certain Antidote then all the former. and exhorteth us. how then can the devils kingdom (land.

And the Prophet Jeremiah teacheth the fame. which may communicate and fill our underftandings with wholefome doctrines .Vc arc to p 0VV cr of the devils. Hefaithwe do then binde them. T know not truely what I may think hereof: for flow ing in fofpaf ions afea of many opinions.6. from occafions of ac- cufing faying with the Propet Depart.. the Lord thefirong warriour with me quifhed from me for ever. Iamfoledin doubt . For a remedy againft Ghofls ? Doft thou conceive that a Ghofl is diver/e and different from a fpirit ? Cafl. thac his falling may be proved the glory of our conftancy .<j. andfhatt be vanOlympiadorni. and Epiftles of St. which are permuted by God for this end. and may fuggeft unto us what we are to pray for> that we may pray ardently. are faid to kill them. nor by itching ears .in thefe words: The Lord of hojfs is the approver of the jufi. James . that all fctifual appe- tites are to be[hut out. jo that the devil may not be admitted. to overthrow our integrity . neither by the allurements of the eyes . I o cap. to ufe two forts of weapons: efinftVhe devil wiib the one is pure Prayer. Poll. : thou (halt fall. nor by the petulancie andfrowardnefi of a hurtful tongue: for this he accounteth to be the moll abfolute feal againft the v. and excluded . Maximus. heaven . and not doubtingly. Some do admonifh us . O homicide-. Paul. . we do diminifh and quafh thofe affections that do boyl up in us tifie : And we lufts. in his book de charitate . /faj. that I cannot eafily attain to a certain Port of judge- ment : . and he perfwadeth us to meditate upon all thofe things which the devil doth devife and invent . commandeth us to binde and lull the devils. when by diligent obfervation of the Commandments of God.which may raife up our affections un- two foru to of they may be expelled. D. and 1 Thef. which may be as a remedy againft vain Ghofls. and true and perfect Knowledge . when we fo truely morall our thac we is cue him oft" . according to St. in our going f° rtn l0 war againft the devil. and that we be willing conflantly to war againft all machinations. when he in- terpreted the Ecclefiaflical hiftory.59.1 36 A Difcourfe. wemayfinde the fame things . In the PropheFie of ffaiah. Eph.

There are they who are of both opinions : for they do declare that thefe are the fouls of them who have departed from their bodies laden and clogged in their fins which T almoft thirty yeers he caufed . unlefs it were when a Lamp was burning therein . who do fuppofe that thefe tumultuous Spirits are neither devils . alfo without a body. and fet him in his own place . but of how much truth we may hold the affertions of them. that . by reafon of the great fear and terrour wherewith they ragingly moleft men by night in their houfes . because the Spirits have a body wichouc hands and feet . wherefore they can hurt no man. they did fo moleft them with flones from above in the ftreets. From all which. which did Co by the fpace of it to be uninhabitable. into Babylon. Of mcnt the Nature of Spirits. Pell. There are others that do believe thefe Spirits are deceitful fantafies.fnatched up Philipy and carried him to Jxjottts : that I may forbear to fpeak concerning a certain incorporeal Spirit difquiet the houfe of my Grandfather . wc may eafily convince the opinions of thofe . but the fouls of the dead.CalignU . and the tumultuous fpirit of C. nor make any tumult : being ignorant that the Angel ( who alfo hath a body without hands and feet) did carry Habal&ukjwiih his whole dinner. nor phantafms. or make any motion . which tbeyufed for torches. deceiving thofe that are of evil belief . neither confidering that the Spirit of the Lord. who deny that the Spirits can walk. Are there they who are of that opinion ? _ Caft. by the hair of his head. now hearken unto. who by their fallacious vifions and imaginations do deceive and frighten the inhabitants in their houfes : and do deny that they are Spirits indeed . that haunted the houfe of AnthenoAorHt the Philofopher.. that they would caft out of their hands the hearts of PineConcerning the Ghoft trees. and fometimes for their innate nature do do hurt. there may more be fpoken : but thou haft underftood the relations of them already in the foregoing difcourfe. neither did that then fiifficiently quiet the fame : for going out of the houfe. 137 : for there are fome which do fuppofe that thefe Ghofts are devils. and afterwards brought him back again.

that the foul is loefed from the body .the fouls of the dead are judged immediately after death: for they miantu. . Then they whofh all be found righteous. Wherefore? Becaufe I laffam. Ca/i. . until the timefhall come. are bound with Satan in the chains of darknefsjexpefting judgement in hell. Thefe are his words : Let not any man conceive that Thcoplnion of rir. Poll. That the lime which is interpofed between the death dion. wherein the Almighty Judge (hallmake examination and intjuititien of their deeds. according as they have any fenfible ardent fpark of thar fin more or lefs . Augufiine fubferibeth to Lattantlt*t in his Enchirifaying . but they whofc fins and wi/z* kednejifhall then be deleted. are a /[ detained in one common cuftody. jha II not arife agaiT^btftfhatt be inch- fed with the wickgd tnents. But Firmiarm . fall receive the reward of immortality . . com aim th the fouls in fe~ cret hidden receptacles or tnijery lived. ar.1 38 A Difcourfc which arc therefore heard to be more or lefs turbulent in houfes . do live thinketh the contrary dc Divino prtmio. where every foul receivtth cendignerejr for the good or evil which he did in the body while he Poll. in darh»efL y and defiined to eternal pmifh* St. Writer of no mean judgement. he faith . and do not wander about the ea »h. a. and after the end of this life. isfufpended to the ambiguous time of the loll judgement. Cajf. Cafl. Toll. Cajt. fince they axe the members of Satan. . or expiated by Alms or Intercefl"ions. ft of mank*»de and the la refuxreUion. Neither doth St. d the fouls of them who are opprefled and burdened with the grievous weight of their fins. them which deep with Chrift . wandering thereabouts in expectation of thelaft J udgement. of ihe fouls dead.they are compelled to a certain bound of liberty. believe that the fouls of in chrift. in his Book which he hath written How is thac ? Poll. aXmbrofe difagree from this r.Inhis fecond book of Cain and Abel. To thac except in the mean time they are expelled and driven away from thence.

neither is there any credit to be given to their anfwers : and are in no wife the fouls of the dead. Humane inft rmiiy doth fo believe of himfelf-. And he proveth both done. alfo . faying. perhaps that may alfo feem unto thee to be a Spirit.buc ac leaftwife I will annihilate thy opinion with the aflertions of St. by two examples which were at <JMediola~ thefe to be m*s . So Cafar did wander about but the foul of St. in his flee} . butwhenhedrearmthof any one that is alive^he then is out of doubt . CaSt. In his r I book . whereof the firft he fhsweth to have been the image of a certain farher that was dead. 1 39 fome have declared. It eura . that when he feeth any one that is dead. I defire ihec it may not feem trouhlefome to thee to tell mc : for I am noc as yet fatisfied of the certainty hereof by our difcourfc. It may feem fo : but I will not in any thing contradict thee beyond Reafon : of my felf I will adde nothing. remaineth that we fift out this. j4tt£ufti»C. faftor : for it hapSencth now fometimes. who appeared to his fon. hefuppofeth that he feeth the foul of that dead perfon . Thou haft even now fpoke. which he intituleth De mortitorum Poll. Poll. Cast. What aftertions arethofe? (fast. Poll. if they have done evil.. Of the Nature of spirits. that fpacious is the fea of various opinions concerning thefe Spirits for fo indeed it is : buc whac Port thou toucheft at. which either live with Chrift.thnt my father appeareth to me in my eep . and that truely. George was freed from fuch fufFuge. that the foul of Trajanw Caft. I conceive to be this : I hold that thefe tumultuous Spirits are meer images of Satan which are not to be feared . That which thou defireft . he effereth them as a means. . if they have done well or elfe are bound in chains with Satan. admonifhinghim that he fhould not pay again a debt to an ly thefrrfilitudes T 2 unjuft . that neither his foul nor his body-> but thejimilitude of the man appeared unto him : As if they could be ignorantfhat dreams^ but onethe fouls of dead men do not appear Unto them m of the persons deceafed.

And that this may not fecm too hard a fpeech. Whereupon. and fhewed him where the Writing was hid. fo that waking and fleeping he vexed himfelf by reafon of his ignorance : bur> in a certain nighr. and thereby overthrew the malice of his deceitful Creditor. both living and fleeping. who was ignorant of the payment thereof: to whom the image of his father appeared when he was fleeping. the image of v^areUm AuguStinc appeared to him . Poll. but when fhe was living. followed him both by fea and land : neither did he at any time fuflain any anguifn of heart. fought for the Paper in the place he was directed. and Divine difpenfation. Augnjlinc (heweth that the living do tain Creditor appear to the living. but comforted his forrows. profeffing the Rhetorick of Cicero at Carthage . whereby the fame St.1 40 Cafe was rhus . Angufi'me doth therefore conclude. without doubt. the president of Chrifl teacheih . and vifit men. he undoubtedly knew . the Creditor endeavoured by force to recover the fame again of his fon. not for one night . That if the fouls of the dead have any interefl or counfcl in the affairs of the living. without any refpeft unto their deferts. by the appointment of God. who affirm that the good Angels . or unto thofe upon whom. that they do not erre . but onely unto thofe who arefo lived. andfomctimes to the place where fouls endure pnnifnment : notwithstanding. that they are not fouls. A Difcourfe. and found it . that his own pious mother did not defert him. God will be pleafcd coglorifie . and taught him in what maner the dark ana difficult place was to be underftood. that God fhall judge them worthy of this mercy . it is not unto all. that£«rslogiHt the Rhetorician . he found a difficult and obfeure place that was not declared to him . do fometimes come to. : unjufl Creditor. The fecond example is. Catt. He doth fo conclude : and the greater to ftrengthen fuch his judgement. headdeth.which the father faith the had paid him before : for he The father had paid a debt to a cer- which after the death of the father. the fon awaking from his fleep. in their fleep : forhefaith.

that the jlefh wonders at. that in publike Theaters he fo quali ^ . they may be deceived. or no r ginary phanrafies. neither doth he declare himfelf to be an offence to thofc who do leave all thefe things to the unfearchable judgements of God. forms. that the fame St. That earthly bodies may fed with art and exereifc. That is certainly true . Augufl'me. Orelfe. through the aery fubftance of their bodies. xific his unfpeakable 1 4 mercy . they perform many things really . to delude humane fenfe . Caft. that thofe who never havefeen them will not believe them . to make their bodies of fuch an aery element. Poll. Pollux. Augufl'me did write. he faith alfo. if thou wilt . Abbas Triton* us. For that great Prelate of the Chriftian Church . are done really. that by the prayers of the living they may obtain pardon of their fins. in the 1 1 Chapter of his book de Trinitate. we have already manifefled out of the Writings of St.that it is better for a man to doubt of fecret things. Thus far jiugufline. I have fometimes read . faieh thus : The devils. I will produce alfo another wieners without exception.Maximut Emilianus . which is fpoken of before . then to contend about things uncertain. wherewith. Becaufe I have cafily underflood thy anfwers hither. Toll. and many Caft .Yf he cr c to . I will not defift till thou haft fully refolved me concerrk „£ ning this fnbje£V. or ima.1 „ of the Nat are of Spirits. and fantajies of images. and deliverance from the prifon of torments. in his third Quefiion to St. He alfo faith. waging or flecp/ug. That they do contrive with occult injpirations. . writeth . to perform many things •which feem wonderful ( to the fouls that are opprejfed with earth* h bodies} to be done. Thar things onely feemingly . - they may perform fuch wonderful things . amongfl unfaithful people. Caft. I defire therefore to know whether all r aol« ™Mirades which the devils perform. dofetm to raife up the dead to . PolL I would have thee tell me who that is. and labour not to finde out the fecrets thereof. That it is a very eafle thing for the wicked Spirits. but that they were done by the ajfiftance of the devil and his minifters . which is much.

For it U . that they are obedient to evil men. and underfhnd their fubtilty . 27.-£. but not to Poll. but do declare their names: neither can they lye unto the juO. Poll. they call Pyt honitts are accounted .'/ WMr fwa ^ow inem UP Wlt^ errour in fttad of miracles raifc" men fttewtng and are the dead. ^together pertinacious and obflinate : but the) cannot truelj and realty raife up the dead .1 52 ? A D/fcourfc. and to (hew miracles to cur icttt The devih ally /. all men. that the devili can do all things. men . in thefe words . Although we do not deny that their fervice is fometimes true . that they may deceive them. And that Lattamiiu alfo teflifies. But although they are compelled to be fo ferviceable unto them. in whofe Name they are conjured to depart out of bodies. . Chap.* quer . and reftrain their force. the merit of his holincfs. tut onely inn falfefimilitude of holy miracles in truth. It is feigned. ? But to whom Tothofe certainly with whom they have contracted and made compa&s and covenants . men Some fay that the devils arc obedient to wicked becaufe of the fimilitude of their malice. How feemethchat to thee? Poll. in his lecojnd book De or'ttint Er~ Chapter. Caft. as thofe women which Coil. It feemeth to me.and allure them to thcmfelvcs. fhould know the courfc and order of the devils. andconn»rfcf.and r<5 . . hath cauied them to be acceptable. And the fame LaUant'm in his fourth book De vera Sapientia . and with whofe words they are beaten as it were with feourges and they do not onely confefs that they are devils. and friends unto him. who have vowed themfelves by promife unto him. whofe faith in the Lord Jefus Chrift. That ihc devils do fear the jufl-. yet is this fcrvice true or feigned ? Cafr. thofe that worfhrp God . buc onely towards thofe men . That it is necefTary that they who are of the true Chriflian Religion. certainly: for they are fubfervient unto men of their own accord. r^4r fA?/ /»/£& at . that k. and genuine work. certain I manifefl jr them feigned refembfances of the dead. but do varioufly deceive the fenfts of .

155 quer and fubdue them with fpimual weapons. Poll. but leave thee to thy own occafions.Of (he Nature of Spirits. &&&&&& $&£22&&&&&ft Gerard . wherefore I (hall not any further trouble thee with my Queflions . Poll. And thee alfo.and force them to obey him. Cafl. I am now by thee fufficiently informed of all things which I have hitherto defired to know . Farewel therefore. or rather Riddles. Neither have I counted my fclf idle in anfwering thee : but let the ufe thereof yeeld us each to other an equal rccompence.


jEcaufe Aflronomy in is fo tranfcedent andfiibtil an Arr ic felf . wherein. For in thisprefent fcience it is not requifite to be hold neither the Afcendant. and few Doftors of our later have been found fo experienced therein that they know time fufficiently how to judge thereby fTherefore I have compofed this work. put for the Afcendent. I will fufficiently teach how to judge with lefs labour and fludy.u* Gerard C r e monensis or ASTRONOMICAL GEOMANCY. which do remain in the heads of the lines. It is expedient therefore. that therein a man ought to have refped unto fo many things before he can attaine to true judgment thereby. as it is in Aftrology. becaufe the eye of the underflanding will noc pierce unto the half thereof. for the words fake. which 1 will have to be named. northehour in a Table. and to joyne together thofe points. Agronomical Geomancj . and out of the points which are not joyned together. to make fourunequal lines . (as it is done in Geomancie) extract one figure . by the points cafually fetdown . and thefigne of the Zoditfc-j^that anfwereth to that figure. V four . If Acquiftio arife from the heads of thofe ^u'lfition.

and therein place the Signes in order . that by them we may have the twelve Signes.i$6 Gerard Cremoner. as ic is in Aflrology . O*^ X V* 0J> 9p V Loekjiow the twelve Signes are placed in tf'. or * Judge. tfConjunUio or the Dragons Head^irgo . if C*r«r. if Forthixa major^^^aarj . if AlbtujCaiicertf fcaJLco .then put Tifcet lot the Afcendent.icz Gemini . if Pue]la. but onely the fixteen Figures. Afterwards in the fecond Houfe.if Pueros Ruhcy4$\. and ob' ferve the maner of the Figure as it is here placed.efgtcre^ <\ and Co may as any other Signe be ofcexding in hit ti/rtty Aries it here. Jf L&utiay or the leffer Fortune put Tahxw in the Afcendent. let that figne be placed which immediately fucceeds the other. and fo place the rdt in order until you come unto the end of the Signes j and make one fquare figure divided into twelve eqnafparts. In the third Houfe the third Signe. or any other thing which belongs to Georaancie. and as you may finde them in this figure : neither are we here to regard the » wicnefles.fis. four Lines. let Aries be placed in the Afcendent .Libra\\S Amijfio OX TrifiitiAyScorpiorf he Dragons Taily>agittarj]\i Pofulm^Qafricorn . to which they agree . J3 'ac 3? wwsamww <SU .

retaine. bismeanyears The letter years forry five. nor for tempters or deriders. that is .lctter years. the meaner years forty. if in Cadenrs. and if he be in (hong Angles. you are defirous to know concerning the life of any man long or fhort.meaner years. and the greater fifty eight. andlikewife for the DrateMf HeaJyZs you have done for the Afcendenc.who if he in luccedents. if there remain twelve . and in cadent Houfes. and afterwards from the Moon. if two. his meane years forty. or when thou art angry. that you do not make a queftion in a rainy . The letter years of Mars are fifteen. the meaner are forty four The letter years of Jupiter years. and the greater accordingly are forty feven. by points cafually pricked down. and his greater years eighty two. place in that Houfe of which the fuperabounding number (ball be . and the Planet for which the projection was the fecond Houfe. a middle age. if ten . then from Venm and Mercury. . Jupiter and Mars. in the tenth Houfe j if one. and the greater years forty feven. neither that you may renew and reiterate the fame QuefHon again under the fame figure or forme . and from Saturn. or a very windy feafon. but you mult alwayes take heed. his if in letter V 2 mean . The years of Satvm are thirty . and fo of the reft. ofV'erHs are the firfl Houfe . if a greater number doth not remain. Of Agronomical fignifies long life A(cendent. a fhort life . and divide thofe points by twelve and that which remained! above twelye. behold the Lord of the be in flrong Angles.. The letter years of the Sun are are nineteen. \ 57 Afterwards it is requisite to make four Lines by courfe for every Planet. or the twelfth it felf. . QHefiions ofthefrfi Houfe. cloudy . or thy mindebuficd with many affairs . for that is error. her mean years forry five. Mercnrfs letter years are twenty .he fignifies greater years IF whether it fhallbe Succedents. And you ought ahvayes to begin from the Suk. let the Planet be placed in the twelfth Houfe . and her greater years eighty two. are twelve . and the Dragons Head and Dragons Tail .

if Mercury be in the firft. neither is it good for him to be a tiller of land. The accidents of the nativity are likwife to beconfidered. or in the tenth. he will be a fpeaker of truth . but if the Sun and the LMoon fhall be in conjunction in the feventh Houfe. and if the Sun be in the firft . it denotes him to have a graceful face. the man will Be black and filthy j if Jupiter. he will apply himfelf to learn whatfoever he fhall hear. or . years forty nine .158 mean nine. itVenutbein the feventh. he will r be very liberal. he will be a Sodomite . The thirty lefler years of the CMocn are fifteen. he fhall live well. a fair forehead. Mercury and the Dragons Head be in thefirft. he will not be ftable. and the <JWoon in the firfl. her mean years hundred and feven.not very lean. a ruddy complexion mixt with a little white.>/«. look if ^Mars andthe Lord of the eighth with them . or plant trees office but to be im ployed about fome belonging to the water. nor to build a fhip. . and if the Sun fhall. if the Sun and Mercptry . and an evil fpeaker. or to drefs vines. Gerard Cremonenfa. he will be luxurious .the Querent fhall not live . and if the Sun be in Arks. he will be rich. know his office or art: if the Moonbe in the feventh with Saturn. he will be in the eighth.but alwayes in motion but if the Moon be found there. and Venn* in the fecond . nor very fat and if Venus be in the hrft . but a wrangler and fcoffer . if the Moon and Mars be'm the firft. and litigious . or in the fourth. having a fair body. it is not good for him to build any houfe in a City. • he is foolifh and talkative if it be Mars and Mercury^he will not be fervife. he will have a round face. If you finde Saturn or Mercury in the firff. and a his greater years eighty. if V et. and if Saturn . he will be white and fair . And alio firfl Houfe. or concerning manages . If you would and her greater years or Saturn fhall he in the . breft and arms . ' . he will be covetous . or in the (irft . to . Mercury and Ventu be in their fall. if Saturn be there. he will be fubjeel to great bondage i and if Mars be Lord of the nativity. if the5>« and Vemu be in the tenth.the Querent fhall not live: likewifeif the Lord of the Afcendent fhall happen to be void of courfe. and Mars be in the eighth.

Nobles. Aftrologers. proper A rts . riches. If Man.furnaces. or concerning a death. Philofophers. he comes to inquire about fomething pertaining to that Houfe and if the Sun be Lord of the Afcendent. Mercury fignifies Clerks.and his Lord.Gold-fmiths. and Painters. Princes. nis Queflion is concerning fear which he is in of fome man . Communi- cations. Kings. Judges. that he may know fome Players . if Venn*. Jupiter [ignifies Bifhops. or he enquireth concerning things belonging If A/fr^wr/be Lord of the Afcendenr. his Qu e ^ lDn ' s concerning fome infirmity. and where you linde the Lord of the Afcendent. or fubftance.he willbepoor fireworks.: Of AflrcnomicalGeomancy. as well men as women. and all Andif Marsbt in rtrongSignes. Geometricians. Whores and Robbers. Lord of the Aftendem.'". or reftiuuion.will be good to himjin the fecond. and keepeih filence . and fuch as make Ornaments for playes . Arithmeticians. unlefs he put himfelf in arms with fome and fouldier or vaflal. Nobles. ficknefs.nekhcr good nor evil. Lords and Judges. . Ventu fignifies Queens and Ladies. Potentates. I. Taylors. after fomethingrhat is loft. Concerning the intention of theQuerenr.Phyfitians. die in captivity.atine writers. the Afcendenr. Jefters. Vintners. or fome difeafe in his eyes. Prelates. Friendfhip. Apothecaries. lnccndiaries. he enquireth of Arts.Cooks. Wife men. or of an enemy. feliers of Cloth.he feekto women. (ixth and iwelfth. bnc If Jupiter be harh fome great grief or anguifh in his heart.Hangmen. The Sun fignifieth Emperors. he enquireth for fome fear. Queflions . eighth. look unto the Signe afcending.ficknefs. If Sainqnireth about ficknefs.Homicides. and their Arts. he enquireth about fome turn be Lord of Prince. be feekethalfo for fomething loft. and all fubtil Artifts. or firmity. tjMars fignifies Warriors.becaufe he fhall gain no repute from him if the Moonhe in the fifch or third. Merchants and Uliirers. or for fome office which he defireth to have. Barbers. at dice. or enquireth concerning fome inIf the Moon. Marriages . \*$ tobeaPoft or a Meffenger neither let him apply himfelf much to his mafler.

and an evil Planet Gull be in the fecond. and if rhe Lord of the fecond be exalted and be evil . If you would know whether you fhall have again a thing lent. then he that detaineth the thing lent. would IFman whetherbe informedrich fhall be you Mark therefore the concord and difcord of the Planets. it fhafl eafily be recovered . Fenut and the Moon do agree in cold andmoiflure : or when Planets do nature.which if he (lull be with a good Pianct. or if the Lord of the fecond be exalted .i6o Gerard Cremonenfis. but if the Lord of the fecond be joined with evil Planets . or agree in fubfUnceand : or when the Houfe on the contrary. And if an evil Planet be in the fecond. or if an evil Planet be with him in the fecond .u* are friends of one is the exaltation of another. behold the Lord of he the fecond. he (ball be poor. or not. and agreeing with his Lord. the Moon and Mars enemies j Mercury and the Sun are friends. will not willingly reftore the fame. as Mars and the S*». and bringeth contrariety. will not willingly render back the fame : But if there be a good Planet in the fecond. be which keepeth che thing depofued . when they agree in one nature and quality. Moon and Jupiter are friends .& a good Planet likewife in the fecond. as Jupiter and Ver. he fhall be rich .becaufe both their natures is hot and dry . The Planets are laid to be friends. Outfit- . it's to be recovered : But if Mercury be in the fecond fo that he be his Lord. look if there be an evil Planet in the fecond^nd difagreeing wich his Lord . then it fhall be recovered . Venn* and Jnpiter are friends. although he be the Lord thereof. and if a good Planet be in the fecond Houfe. he fignifies recovery. Qu eft ions cf the fecond Houfe.J///>/7fr and i\\tMotm are enemies. Mercury and Vcnur the enemies . but he fhall do it whether he will or not. concerning the fubftance of any or not .

behold the Lord of the Afcendent. Queflionsof the fourth Houfr. and if the Lord of the fourth be in the feventh. or when he is in a mafculine quarter of the ZodiacVe • and he is feminine. whether it be good for thee to Hay in any Land. And if the Lord of the feventh be with a good Planet . If you would be informed of ihe dearth or plenty of things. and fo many years as there be Houfes. and with good Planets.but \\\tMoon^r entu and the Dragons Tailatt fceminineibut Mercury is promifcu- ousjfomctimes mafculine. then fee how far he is diflanc from the firfl Angle . that to fo many Planets as he is joyned. the Succedents and the Cadcnts for TF thou wouldft know . fo many brethren the Querenc hath . and fometimes foemrnine . 16 T F that you defire to know. and if you finde him in any one of the four Angles . he will return in that year . Quejiioat of the third Honfe. and the Mafculine Planets fignific brethren.thou (halt fuffer many Iofl"es. how many brethren a man hath. But if thou wouldft know when any one that isabfent will return. or nor. and it is to be he Id. and if he be not in an A ngle. then it is good for thee to continue in that place wherein thou art. or Houfe . and of the feventh .becaufeif thou doft continue there.aremafculine.& have evil reporrs raifed on thee in that Country. when he is joyned to feminine Planets. and the fe- male Planets fifters-.and be good. and the Lord of the fourth with an evil Planet . Territory. for fo long he will flay.1.That Saturn and Mars>iht Sun.and note. he is mafculine when he is joyned to mafculine Planets . and the Lords of the firft and the tenth Houfe be good. then it is not good for thee to abide there. Village. fee the Lord of the third. or when he is in a feminine quarter of the Zodiacke. behold the ftrong Houfes . behold theLord of the Alcendenc of the fourth.. Of Agronomical Geomtncie. Jnpiter£c the Dragons //<r^. City.

and and all things that are alhmulated unto gold. nei- TF you would know whether a woman be whether fhe will ther . milk. and their places. neither too dear. Otfercurjrbzth barley. money. or the Lord of the firft in the fifth. or the fifth. and grafs .ortheLordofthe fifth in the firff. nification of wheat. corn. fhe may have children . fire and falr.cows. wars. for the (IrongHoufes fignifie dearth theSucce- dents a moderate feafon. the Cadents fignifie plenty and profitableness of things. or if good Planets be in the firft. fhe neither is with childe. wine .filk-wormes. or may have children but if you finde none of them . and leather. nor too cheap. oak-applcs> and pomegranates. ThcUWoon fignifies oats. rams. fhe is with child. look if the Lord of the Afcendent be in the feventh. neither will fhe have any children : and if there be both good and evil Planets in thefaid places . and quickfilver. wine. work Qucftions of thefifth Honfe.checfc. fhe is not with child. 172 Gerard Cremonenfis. or if the Lord of the feventh be in the fifth. and mffruments to in fields. Jupiter hath oil. or if the Lord of the fifth be in the feventh . or not.. or the Atom with them . and of fruits. and fcarcity .and filver. or with the Lord of the fifth. the things which are Signified by thofc Pla: nets will be rare and note. or* R * in Angles . That Saturn doth fignifie fields. figs and dates. and armour . Conlideralfo the Planet ftrong Houfes . then happily fhe may have children. which if they be in . or have any children. and fuch things and efpecially hogs > The 5*»hathfigas belong thereunto. grain.honey. but evil Planets in the fame places. horfesand birds. fuch as hawks and falcons. and (JVCart fignifies wine. fifli and paflimes. cloth. anddoth. and red garments. millet. purple colours. vines. but M Cancer ^ ScerpioCt Pifces fliall be in the firft or fifth Houfe . but if Leo nwiFirgo be there. acorns. things that arc odoriferous. Venm doth fignifie fatnefs and grapes. and accordingly plenty and fcarcity of them. hens. but they will not live . andflefh. with Child.

Confider if a moveable Signe be afcending. but if a good Planet fhall be there . And if you would know whether the child be legitimate or adulterate . fee if Saturn. and another die . and if a mean Signe fhall be afcending. or nor. the mother (hall die. and in a feminine Signe. .in ihefecond year Hoiife. it is legitimate : and if the Lord of the firft . . becaufe if it be fo. will mifcarry. would know whether a woman fhall bring forth a man-child. . and in a mafculine Signe. if in the fecond. one (hall live. the mother fhall die. be in the fifth. or a woman-child . its portable they will both die .ihe be in the Afcendent. may number unto the twelfth fhe that . becaufe if it be fo.. if a good Plancc be in the firft and if an evil Planet. but the infant fhall notelea pe . feventh or tenth. have children firft would know. or (JMars and Saturn be in the firft. if Saturn. behold the Afcendent and his Lord. it is a male-childe buc if the Lord of the Afcendent be feminine. or X with .then it is a female-childe. tjMars or the Dragons Tail be in the fifth. and if the Dragons Tailbz fo in the firft. or in a feminine quarter of the Circle. and noc die childe . year . and if many Planets be in feminine Signes. ic is adulterate . which will live. and if the Dragons Tailht there. for in that year (he fhall have iltue if he be in the . and Mars in that Signe. Whether the party with child fhall mifcarry. or with the Lord of the fifth . they will die j and if there be one good and another evil. it will be a woman-child . which if he be mafculine. and the tenth Houfe fallen : the mother fhall die likewife if Mars and the lMooh. Of /i(trcnoi7. within how many years fhe fhall look where you finds the Lord of the fifth .thcn it will be a male-child . and fo you fhall confideralfo of the lMooh. Confider alfo if more of the Planets be in mafculine Signes. 1 6$ or if the Lord of the And if. . If you or in a mafculine quarter of the Figure . is in the and fo you And if meanSignes with child hath twins in her wombe.ical Geomaxcie thcr fhall (he ever have any children fifth Hull be in them Houfes. both the mother and child fhall die .

for certain he will if you bride Saturn.1^4 Gerard Cremonenfis. and if he be In his fall. then the rumours are true .hc bringeth that which he fought for . If the Quefiion be concerning his ficknefs . and if the Planet fall with anevilSigne. and if he be in his fall.behold the Lord of the fevenrh. the news is falfe : but if the CMoon be in the firftin a feminine Signe . . or If (hall die. they are true. fee if Saturn. or (JUarif or the Dragons T^/'/dc in the firft. alfo if good Planets be in the firft. be bringeth nothing with him. if you finde the Sun. the meflTenger is fick in bis way . dent come . in the Afcenbecanfe if they be fo. if he bringeth that with him for which he went. & feminine Planets in feminine Signes. likewifeif C/W<rra«7beinthe firft .orwith the Lord of thcfirft. the fick (hall recover his health. or die. And if he be in a cadent Signe. or joyned with the Lord of the Alcendent in a feminine Signe. but if otherwife. or with the Lord of the firft.and feminine Signes. it is legitimate . with his Lord. and whether his Lord \X^Hether . fee <jM«rs or the Dragons Tail. then he cometh joyfully.then they are partly true and partly falfe . and when . and if there be mafculine Planets inmafculine Signes. it teftifies the truth .then they are truejand if both good and evil Planets be tnere. and (o likewifc if the Lord ofthc/ifih be found in the fir!l. Likewife if the Lord of the fifth be in the firft. then they are true . and is now beginning his J ourney . but if the Lord ofthefifch be exalted. then the rumours are falfe j bur. which if he be good. fee the Lord of the Afcendent and the iirft . and if there be a good Signe with the Planer. you would know Qucflions ofthepxthHeufe. fifth or ninth. then it is falfe .or not. If you defire to know whether rumours be rrue or falfe. which if you finde them together . they are nor. Jupiter or the Dragons Head there. or an evil Planet be there. If you would know whether any one that is abfent will return . he (ball be grievoufly afflicted with ficknefs.

but the Fortunes being there. that he (hall be profitable to him. and efpecially in the feventh Houfe. And if evil Planets do occupy the tenth Houfe. do deliver him without the help of Phyfitians or medicines.or likewifein the ficft or the eighth.for But if the Lord of the firft be in the eighth. But if evil Planets be in the tenth Houfe . If thou wouldft know if thou (halt go unto the perfon and heal him . Vemu or the Dragons Headbe in the firft or in the feventh. for it will be good : and if there be the CMoon with a good Planet . And if evil Planets do poflefs the Angles. the feventh to his difeafes . but if Jupiter. Alfo evil Planets being in the fourth . there is doubt of his death.the Phyfitian (hall profit him nothing . for they tefUfie . or with the Lord of the firft. becaufe thou (halt profit him nothing : and if there be good Planets there. but they teflifie thac this will be worfefor the difeafed: but the Fortunes do fignifie . do teftifie . fixth and eighth.go not unto him . do mitigate and heal him. and likewife in the Angles. give the firft Houfe to the Phyfitian.oc * R * with the Surr. And if the Lord of the firft be good . where or in what memX 2 bers the firfl certain he will die: . go.evil and definition is threatned to the fick. Mars . 1^5 Lord be joyued with an evil Planer . the fick perfon is the caufe. and the fourth to the medicines. or the Lord of the eighth in the firft. that he himfelf is the caufe of his own difeafe : but the Fortunes being there. that the medicines do augment his grief j & the Fortunes being there. If you defire to know whether he will be cured by medicines . and give him phyfick j but if flic (lull be with an evil Planet.Of Agronomical Geomdnclt. and the Lord of the firft be from the eighth 8c his Lord. the tenth to the fick. and evil Planets be in with his Lord. then the fick perfon fhall live and recover his health. then he fhall diefoon. fignifie the contrary. But if gooa Planets (hall be in the firft . or with the Lord of the eighth . go and look diligently to him. or the Dragons Tai/. confidcr the place then : for if he (hall be with Saturn. If evill Planets be in the firft. go. then thou (halt not go . they change the condition of the fick out of one difeafe into another .

it is lead. R If you would know how many thieves there were > fee the . it fhall be found very well : but the feventh Houfc fheweth the thief. mules. Leo the heart and fiomack. or mixt with white & yellow veins. If the Lord of the firft be in the fecond. ic may be found . it will never be found but if he be exalted. ( may be found after much labour. which if he be Saturn . VtiHt. the thing thar is loft fhall be found .the thefcLord of the feventh which fhall be reftored again but he : if if . or * firft. fuch as horfes.. \66 Gerard Cremonenfts. Virgo the belly and inteftines. pidtures. or fome black thing. it fhall not be found. Libra the reins andloyns. but if the Lord of the fecond be in the eighth. books. iron. behold the Lord of the fecond . as tin. but it fhall not be known from whence it came. Mars fignifies thingsbelonging to the fire. and /*//«« the feet. it fhall not be found. perfumes and wars. rings. Mercury fignifies money. nor be altogether loft. and at length fhall be found : but if the CMoon be in the firfi. And if the Lord of the fecond be in the firft. it fhall be found j if the Moon » in the be in the fifth. the Lord of the firft be in the feventh. look unto the FOr be in the firft. or the Dragons Tail be in the fecond. Taurus the neck. a trivet. and fair ornaments. A^narj the legs. Capricorn the knees. And if Satnrnt or Mars. and if the Lord of the eighth be with the Lord of the firfl in the firft. filver. as gloves. it fhall bea longtime fought after. a kettle. Sagitiarj the thighs. And if the Lord of the fecond be in his fall.becaufe Aria hath the head.or with his Lord. or with the Lord of the firft. but if the Sun and the Moon be in the fifth . bers he fufFers . fignifies things belonging to women . Scorpio thefecrec members. writings. Queftioyjs of the feVctrth Houfe. beafts. But if you would know what it is that is ftollen . or leather. The Moon. it fhall be found . a garment. then it is fome white thing. or gannents of divers colours. If he be Jupiter. Cancer the breaft and lungs. theft. The Swwfignifies gold and precious pearles.

And if theLord of thefeventh be in the ninth Houfe. If you would know whether the thief hath carried all the things ftollen away with him. which if he be in the fecond. and if they be in the third. he neither carryed it away . for if he be in Aries . which if you finde him in Angles. in the South towards the Weft. you would know whether the thief do yet remain in if they be in fuccedent Houfes. in the North towards the Weft. in the South towards the Halt. he is in the middle of the Eaft parr. If"inSagitrarj. he had a defire to carry away the fame with him . full South. full Weft. nor hath it. If in 7anru4. If the Town : .Of AltronomicalGtomancj. But if the Lord of the Afcendent be in an Angle. and what is his gain. If in Capricorn.or in a cadent Houfe. he is far remote. in the North neer the Weft. or of any other pcrfons whatfoever. and theLord of the firft in Succcdents or cadent s . in the Weft towards the South. And if in Pifces.& the Lord of the feventh in a fuccedent or cadent Houfe. And if theLord of the feventh and the eighth be both in cadent Houfes. If in Leo. And after the fame manner thou maul judge of two companions. there were many thieves . the man is more noble then the woman. off: but If you denre to know towards what Country the thief is fled. If in Libra. is his If you would know the defceut or nobility of a man or woman.he If will take a wife out of a forreigne Country. in the Eaft towards the North. See by the feventh who companion. If in Virgo. fee the Lord of the feventh andtheeighthjand if theLord of the feventh be in an Angle. in the Weft towards the North. If in Cancer.he is not gone far if they be in cadent Houfes. he hath carryed the thefc wholly with him. the brethren or kinfrnen of the Querent have committed the theft. or with rhc Lord of the fecond. If in Gemini. l( in Aqttarj . but could not. If in Scorpio. If the Lord of the eighth be in a meanHoufe. in the Eaft nigh the North. full North. look unto theLord of thefeventh. fee in what Signe the Lord of thefeventh is . the woman is more noble then the man. 1 6*j the Lord of ihefixth. and the Lord of the fecond in a ftrong Houfe.

and would know whether it (hall be brought to pafs or not . flic had a lover. flic loveth another. months or dayes . look what . it will cafily be brought to pafs j and the woman is more defirous thereof. for then (he hath not any other lover. but will have one. And after the fame manner ma y you judge in the * ninth * concerning friends or lovers. and that pcrfon who is moft free and remote from the Lord of the eighth and his participation . and the feventh Houfe. but now hath none. (lull live longeft. fo that he be nor in his own Houfe . or with the Lord of the firft. or what (lull happen thereupon.or be in the feventh. fee if there be good Planets in the feventh and the firft: and if fo. and will be common. and his And if the Lord of the Afcendent or Lord. the fellowship will be made. for the woman. but he lieth not with her. and much given to play and laughter. or nor. And if Jupiter be there. And if Saturn be there. But if the Mien be in the feventh. and good will come thereof. or if the Lord of the feventh be in the firft. fee the Lord of the firft and of the feventh. look to the Afcendent and his Lord. look if be in the feventh . And if the Dragons Tailbc in the feventh. or joyned to the (Irongeft Planets . and is not lo. which of them fhall be in theftronger and better place. by reafon whereof. to whom the Lord of his Houfe anfwereth. If you would know whether thy wife or friend hath any other lover or not. you would know when fuch fociety (lull be . the Moe»bc joyned to the Lord of the feventh. If you would know which of them fhall live longeft. he lieth with her. If Mercury be in the feventh. fhe is merry. the marriage will be effe&ed . If you defire to make a fociety or alliance. If rents. (lie hath had no lover as yet. co know whether an intended marriage (tall * ibidem take efTecl. (lie is chafte. But if theS#*or the Dragons Head be there. (he hardly contained her felf chafte. (he may be accounted a whore. then the man. and you may judge it to continue fo many years. as the Lord of the fe- venth hath (ignification If of. and the Moortf for the Querent .168 If you defire Gerard Cremonenfis. Man foru.

* R * if the Queflion be . and he whofe is evil .then they will love one to another j but if they be enemies and difagree. and in which Houfe is the better Planet. which if they be concordant amongft themfelves. matter or controverfie. or if they be evil. what Planet to pafs If Is iSg in the that fame year fevemh for if he be good. fee the fecond and his Lord . If you defire to know who fhall overcome in anycaufe. fhall gain . and the other weak. and the fevemh and his Lord . or his Lord that fhall be found in the better place. and which is better.thcn they will not. Or otherwife. and the fociety will not firft profit. neither of them fhall overcome .which of them falleth and he that falleth fhall lofe. they mall both gain . and the eighth and his Lord . fee the and his Lord. and if both evil. and the fevemh Houfe and his Lord. if one of them be rtrong. And if you would know if two fellows fhall love oneanother. and fee which of them is joyned with an evil Planet. and which of them ftandeth bed. which is the Houfe of companions> wives and concubines. and if the Planet be evil from them both. or his part If you : : both good. would know which of them fhall gain mod. The fecond Houfe and his Lord fignifies the gain of the Querent t and the eighth Houfe and his Lord and if they be fignifies the gain of his fellow. and they fhall profit . but if the Planets be in difcord.or joy red with the better Planets he fhall be the greater gainer. : thereof. becaufe he fhall overcome . fhall : fhall come or wedlock. they mall both lofe and if one be good and the other evil. you would know whether they will well agree. he whofe fignificator is good. fee the firft and his Lord . which if they be in Angles. and he that is exalted fhall gain. behold the Lords of the firft and the feventh.look if the Lords of the firft and the feventh be friends and agreeing. the vidlor fhall kill the conquered . which is the fignifier of the Querent . there will be ftrife between them. and the Planet which . there will be peace and union between them.Of Astronomical Giomanck.

or with the Lord of the firft . if The like judgement is of the feventh and the tenth. and the Lord of the firft with a good Planet likewife. nor with a good Planer . likewife he whofe fignificator is in a mean Houfe. neverthelefs he may be grievoufly wounded. and otherwhiles fear to be overcome. let him not goj becaufe fome impediment will happen unto him by fome man that he will meet. And if the Lord of the feventh be with a good Planet .tyo which Gerard Cremonenfis. See likewife if there be an evil Planet in the eighth. fee the Lord of the Afcendent j if he be good . or in the eighth . and if he which is weak be noc in his own any part of the Queftion. but in all other Queflions the contrary. nor hath noc an evil Pianec with him . if he goeth he fhall fuffer great damage.becaufe the Sun burneth him. but not death . becaufe fometimeshe fhall hope to conquer. nor in his exaltation . And note. he will fuffer wounds or death. is in the (hong Houfe do noc fall. or Saturn be in the firft. that in a Queftion concerning war and kingdomac is faid that there is more power and efficacie . or with the Lord of the firft. fhall overcome . and a good Planet in the firft. fhall have great fear and doubt in his heart. he fhall have fome impediment in the way . then in his Houfe . he will return fafe. And if the Sun be with the Lord of the feventh. or if there be evil Planets in the firft. but iftheSwwbewith the Lord of thefirft. that is . If Mars and the Dragons Tail be in the firft. let him not go. And aQueftionbe propofed concerning the event of war . he whofe Plane: is in the ftrong Houfe. becaufe then death is to be feared. or with the Lord of the firft. whether he fhall return fafe. And if an evil Pianec be with the Lord of the firft . And if there be an evil Planet w ith the Lord of the firft. If you would be informed concerning any one being that is gone to any fighr. but he will not die. or fortitude in the exaltation of a Planer. and a good Pianec in the firft: . he will be wounded with wood or with a ftone.or with the Lord of the firft . And l( Saturn be in the firft. with good Planets. it fignifies that it is ill to go.

War. and if thou wouldeft know whether it be better for thee to flay or go ox concerning two bufineffes. the Querent fhall overcome : but if there be an evil Planet withtheLord of the firft. it fignifies fortitude of the adverfary and if the Lord of the feventh be in the firft. and the fefirft venth Houfe and his Lord the adverfary. But if the Lord of the Afcendent be in the feventh.: Of ABronom'ical Gtomanck. * in the feventh.ic fignifies the death of the Querent. or in his Queftion. : tj i for the fee the feventh and the firft. and the Lord of the feventh good. and there be good Planets from the part of the firft Houfe. But if both the Lords fhall be in the Afcendenr.they fhall boch fuffer great lofs . it fignifies the death of the enemy. or in his Queftion . And if the Lord of the feventh be in the fecond. it fignifies fortitude of the aftor. If you would know whether War fhall continue 1 ong or nor. the parties fhall be pacified after the . or the Lord of the fecond in the feventh. or with the Lord of the firft. and if the Lord of the firft and feventh be evil . from the feventh unco the end of the twelfth houfe. and if they be good from the part of the firft. and evil in the feventh . that is to fay. And if the Lord of the Afcendent be in the eighth . confider Y the . art If thou wouldcft depart from the place wherein thou . if ihou defireft to know which of them is moft expedient for thee to undertake. or with the Lord of the feventh . if mean or meanly j if the Lords of the firft and the feventh do agree. or flain. or with the Lord of the eighth . So that if there be good Planets in the firft. or with his Lord . and an evil Planet in the firft. or * R. and evil from the part of the feventh. unto the end of the Houfe which is the middle of the Queftion and if evil Planers do poflefs the other half of die Queftion. the Querent fhall be overcome. and their Lords Houfe and his Lord fignifies the Querent . or the Lord of the eighth in the firft. : War. or taken. And if the Lords of them both be in the firft. the ndverTary fhall Overcome. but the Querent fhall have the better in the end. and remove thy felf to fome other place .

do not remove and if the Planet which (he is joyned to. and the gain which thou mayft get there : and thofe places chufe. And if the Lord of the Afcendent and the Moon be feparated from the Fortunes. which if they be feparated from evil Planets. Ana if Saturn be in the eighth. he fhall die by fire. he flull die a good death. for the place to which thou wouldeft go. theLords of the firft and thefecond. it is better for thee to go from the place where thou art. and the gain which thou gettefl there . whofe Lords are the better . iron.t Mars. : then go. the party Hull die by a beaft. or with the Lord of the eighth. Concerning any man or woman. or with the Lord of the eighth in ScorpicyC. then to flay there. be better then that from which the is feparated. .or with the Lord of the eighth or if Mars or the Dragons Tayl be there. or of a fever.. Scorpio. for thofe places to which thou wouldefl go. and to do what bufinefs foever thou haft in thy minde.wcer^orTifces. and their Lords. the place wherein thou art. Que . he flull die in water. nor to do thy bufinefs. And if an evil Planet be in the eighth. jj2 Gerard Cremonenfis. be in the eighth. Questions of the eighth Houfe. and joyned to evil Planets. and joyned to good and fortunate Planets. Or thus: Seethe Moon and if the Planet from which flie is feparated be better then that to whom flie is joyned. Orotherwife: behold the Lord of the Afcendent. or joyned to the better Planets. And if there be a good Planet in the eighth. and the feventh and the eighth. if you would know what kinde of death they (hall die. or jR. then it is not good for thee to remove thy felf. and the Moon . fee ifi Leo.

And if the Lord of the ninth have a good Planet neerhim. If Ventu be in the ninth. becaufe he fliall have comforc from women. be taken .fee the you would know when the journey fliall be accomLord of the ninth. and War. becaufe of Mercury. And if the Lord of the ninth be with an evil f Planer. and according to his for. If Saturn be in the ninth. it will be evil. is fignified yeers. Lord of the eighth Sainm be in the ninth. or with the Lord of the ninth . he will meec with theeves. And if a good Planet be in the ninth. or days : and fo flay. thou mayefl not go for thou wilt meet with mortal enemies in the way. And if Mars be in the ninth. he (hall efcape but if evil. If pliflied. you fhall judge concerning his about what time he will Y % come. titude or debility judge wherein he is. or die. And the fame is (aid of the Moon. go fecurely. or with his Lord. And if an evil Planet be in the ninth . fliall be accompanied with Noble-men. And in this maner may you judge in the third Houfe concerning lee if the : Concerning long journeys. becaufe according to the place months. and the Lord of the ninth in his fall. and the Lord of the ninth with good Planets. and exalted in the tenth . lb that he be not in his own Houfe. do not go for thou wilt meet with many obflacles. or with the Lord of the ninth . orfome evil people. And if the Dragons Head.itfignifies ill: but he fhall not be taken. ortheSun. he fliall fuffer great d. the way will be good. If the Dragons Tajlbc in the ninth. And if Mercurrbe in the ninth. the way is good and fecure. he fliall fufter fliipwrack . have good Planets with him : and if : : : . .he (hall have misfortunes. be in the ninth. the way will be very good: and if he be with evil Planets. and if by Land.image in the way for if hegoeth by water. ^3 Quefiicns of the ninth Houje. fhort journeys.Of AftronomkAlGtomamh. he fliall be taken. the way will be good. or with the Lord of the ninth.

look if the Lord of the ninth be in angles. If you would know whether he (hall return from his journey with an imperfect voyage or not. fee if the Mocn be joyned wirh the Lord of thefir(t. look unto the firft Houfc. or the ninth. becaufe if ic be fo. by turning the yeers of the Lord of the ninth into . QueTtions of (he tenth Houfe. and the Planet thereof be in his fall . : very far off.74 come i Gerard Cremonenfis. and their Lords : and if the L ord of the firfl be in the ninth. and if one beflrong. the journey fhall fpeedily be effe&ed. or *R. And if there be two rtrong Planets. And if you would know whether he (hall have ic in his own Country. Que- . and one cadent. or with any other good Planet j or if the Lord of the ninth be in the firft . or the jDragpnt Head . as the Planet fignifies in the place where he is. Bifhop. or with the Lord of the firft . Or otherwife : weak Angles fignifiea fpeedy journey.. mean Angles a mean journey. or if any of them be the Lord of the ninth. he fhall receive honour and benefits from them. or with the Lord of the ninth. days. he fhall return with an imperfedt voyage. or in a forraign Country. or with any other good Planet . And this I fay concerning his return. according to the place wherein he is found. then it (hall be in his own Country and if in fuccedents. the journey fhall be made . as Venns^ Jupiter. or Lord thou (halt have any ho7 or not. and another in his fall.* of thefirfr.the third. becaufe (o many days he (hall tarry. he (hall retire back. and the ninth. wouldeft know whether thou IF nour or benefit from a King. and the Lord of the ninth (hall be neer j but if in cadent Houfes. And if the Moon be in her exaltation .

the Ship will ponderous . let the Ship be applied to the water. Queftions of the twelfth Hcttfe. Qu(ftio»s of the eleventh Houfe. afcending . the Ship will be fwift. . if firft . fifth* eighth. or tenth houfe or manfion. then Canvas direct your Sayls under Gemini. &c. and in what place. buc if the Lord thereof be with a good Plabe net. whether he be with good or evil Planets. or otherwife fortunate. And if any unliable Signe be afcending. -JStfW . and with a good Planet . And if any evil be impofed upon her . Sea. ImprifonmentjConfider the FOrthe Lord of the twelfth betwelfth and the with and or the in the firft . Lord of the firft. fpread forth your the rifing of Canary : if a fmall winde. and accordingly judge. if the Afcendent be mean. and the Moon behold him with a low ring Afpe<fr. or when the Moon is in the third. And if the Afcendent be inflable. ninth. and his Lord be in his exaltation . if a Queftion be thereof. fpread your when Libra is amending : If a moderate winde.Of Agronomical Ceomancie. 1 7J you would know when it is good to fet forth a Ship to which if it be liable. or Sextilc . or that fhe belike to be drawn into it then fet her out when aftableSigne is IF fee the Afcendent. And Sayls at if you would have 3 fltong winde. If you would know what winde Hie fhall have. and carry a good burden. And after this maner may you judge concerning an Horfe. Che will fuflain a great weighr. behold the Afcendent and his Lord. becaufe (lie will be veryfwifc. And meanly .


Wife-men of the people of God. f • as\counfel of the Lord and do not thou tbinf^. to the honour of God. againft all caco-Magicians. wherein Cfod is not thy He Proverbs n. and his love to Mankinde. that walketh fraudulently : . who do truely and pioufly love the creatines of God. MAGI of che Gentiles for the illuftrationof the glory of God. and do ufe them wich thankfgiving. or do any thing . *A %% ATE L of OR. Now firft produced out of darknefs into the light. as well as MAG : I CK The fpiritual Wifdom of the Ancients. and profit of themfelves and their neighbours. all of Con- . and contemners of the gifts of God .: •77 Of the MAGICK In all things > of the Ancients. comfellor. The greateftStudie of Wifdom. for the profit and delegation of all thofe. concealeth the matter. jpeaf^. revealeth fe- crets bat he that is of a faithful fpirit.

that is. Alchymie . that is. what Microcofmus hath effected Magically . The . The fecondis Microcofmical Mngick. and [even APHORISMS.«78 Arbatel of UMagick. The feventh is the Magick of Afollouiut. Medicines. or. The fourth is Hefiodiacal. fpiritual wifdom : and how the fame is effected. Containing nine 1'cmtt . To this alfo is the do&rinc of the Druids refer- The third red. The eighth is Hermecical.arits of The firft is called Ifcgoge . is Olympick Magick . This is valde infignis Magid. and fuch kinde of Arts. Mathcmaticks. yfgyptiacal Magickj and differeth not much from Divine Magick. and Homerical Magick. which teacheth the operations by the Spirits called (^acodxmones^ as it were not adverfaries to mankinde. The fifth is Romane or Sibylline Magick . by his Spirit and Genius addicted to him from his Nativity. that it hath power over the hoftile fpirics of mankinde. and agreeth with the Romane and Microcofmical Magick: onely Spirits to it whom is hath this thing peculiar. in what maner a man may do and fufferby the fpirics of Olymput. which oncly afteth given the do£trine of Arts. which afteth and operates with Tutelar Spirits and Lords .n< which in fourty and nine Aphorifms comprehended! the mod general Precepts of the whole Art. A Book of the Inflitutions of Magick: or. to whom the whole Orb of the earth is dirtributed. • Scpter. as Phyfick. The ninth is that wifdom which dependeth folely upon the Word of God j and this is called Prophetical Magick. and the like. i *rdsnavx. The with fixth is Pythagorical Magick.

j£ rics out of his Trenfurcs to •^ •*- ^ & on him The firft Septenary of Aphorifms. nor caft fearts tefore Z fwi/te. through his onely-begotten Son Jefus Chrift our Lord. Whofoever would know Secrets . Amen. CALLED i s jfc a g o q of che Creator of invilible. his miniflring fpirits. 8. and to ufe them without offence unto God. and tofeal thofc things which are to be fcaled : and not to give ho!/ things to do^s.79 The firft Tome of the Book of Arbatel of Magick. let him know how to kecpfecret things fecretly . The firft zAphorifrn. and to reveal thofethinggthac are to be revealed . .that we may write this Book of Arbatel^ concerning the greateft Secrets which are lawful for man to know. who revealcth them that call upand fatherly and mercifully beftow###¥$#^ cth thofc his Secrets upon us without meaiure. things both his Myfte- *$$:&#$*Nthe Name T I all *£ vifible and . the revealers of is fecrets. May he grant unto us.

according tothat fentence of . Obferve this La?/. unto thee ^ O God^ do we lift up cur eyes . be vigilant in thy Calling j and let the Word of God never depart from thy mouth. Be obedient to good Admonitions : avoid all procraftination: accurtom thy felf to Conftancie and Gravity. there will . having a due reverence toward". Thou fhalc have alfo the Angels andSpirits of God prompt and ready in their nature to minifler unto thee. Live to thy felf. call upon the Name of the Lord : and without prayer unto God through his onely-begotten Son. without rafhnefs and prefum prion. do not thou undertake to do or think any thing. and thou fhalthave whatsoever thy minde defireth to be divinely revealed unto thee. the Lord of Spirits. In all things. and the eyes of thy Underfianding fhall beopened. And ufe the Spirits given and attributed unto thee. For where all humane refuges do forfake us. life thy Gifts.the Scripture : when we l&ow not what wefkalldo.derfland fecrec things . And the remainder of thy life do thou accomplish . as the mefTengers of God.. beneficial to all men. both in thy words and deeds. Refift the temptations of the Tempter.q. Flee from earthly things feek after heavenly things. and the profit of thy felf and thy neighbour. demeaning thy felf peaceably . as Minifters. and from thee we expeO our help. to the honour of God. fwim. Put no confidence in thy own wifdom j but look unco God in allthings. as much as any humane minde can defire. by the Word of God. to irr. 1 80 Arbatel of LMagick. and the Mufes: avoid the friendfiup of the Multitude : be thou covetous of time. csfphor.

but not many things. from <iAphor. will the help of Pfrilo. Net unto Lordy not unto u*y but unto thy Name give the glory. and will replenifh thee with all good . therefore call upon the Lord in thy Ignorance. according to the faying of Thoujhalt love the Lord th/God with all thy hearty and with nil thyjlrength . and will deliver thee m all evil. becaufe a humane undemanding cannot be alike capable in all things. honour unto God. that God appointeth names to Z % . 6. For all Ignorance is tribulation of the minde . Even as the Scripture teftifies. -tAphor. and nothing (lull thy foul defire . unto him nothing is fo difficult or manifold .unlefs itbefuch a one that is divinely regenerated. C"ll upon me in the day of trouble . and thy neighbour thy f elf : And the Lord will keep thee as the apple of his eye . but thou (halt be fully endued therewith . zAphor. give ttty And remember chat thou with the Pfalmift. the Lord. 8. frequendy repeat> and fix the fame in thy minde : and learn much. Whatfoever thou haft learned .» Arbatel of CMdgick. and I will hear thee} and thou (haltglorifie me> faith. and he will hear thee. which he may not be able equally to atcain to. fo that it be contingent to the falvation of thy foul and body. 7. and fay The fecond Septenary. 1 8 God fhine forth .

do teftific. any thing they have. Nature^md natural things. as the holy Scriptures. and next. afterwards. and as a tender father which loveth his children. the Pigmies do not poffefs the loweft place. p.which doth not defcend from God . what we ought to aflumetoour ufe of every thing . the minirters of punifhments in heil. Ic is convenient therefore to know and difcem all differences of the wifdom of the Creator and the Creatures .1 82 to things cercain Athttelof LMagick. which is from God . a do follow thefe. he teacheth us what is profitable. fourthly. and what not . The and referved to the laft judgement. long interval. That is the chiefeft wifdom. and Experience. Spirits that are apoftate. For truely every creature is ordained for fome profitable end to humane nature . orperfons. Seventhly.and the obedient unto God. that which is in fpiritual creatures . and what we arc 10 embrace : then he allurech us to obedience with great promifes God the Father Almighty. that it may be certainly manifefl unto us. in corporal creatures . and they who inhabit in elements. whac we are to avoid. Reafon. Sixthly. and alfo with them hath : distributed powers and offices out of his treafures fo the Characters and Names of Stars have not any power by reafon of their figure or pronunciation. For there is no power either in heaven or in earth. Creator of heaven and earth. and without his permiffion . in the holy Scriptures propofeth himfelf to have an eye over us . and for the fervice thereof . or hell. but by reafon of the vertucor office which God luih ordained by nature cither to fuch a Name or Character. and that we may know in truth how and in what maner that may be done. tsfphor. vifible and of all things and invifible -> . and elementary things. they can neither give or draw forth into any a£Hon. after ayfphor.

and that we may commodate the wifdom and offices Chrift admonifhetb. It confifterh therefore in this. as thofe that are unwilling . but divinely. willing or unwilling. and thou (halt live. For he who hath given us his Son. That your names be written in heaven this is more light. that we will difcern the creatures which fcrve us. therefore here Jet us place the foundation of all wifclom. How much more will he fubjeft unto us the whole creature. and to the Considerations propofed in Nature. from potency of learn how to acof every creature unto our felves. the Omni- God fhineth forth. Unto whom God will. Therefore we ought truely to defire riw ^i'^mtW^j^uZuJ from God alone .herevealeth his fecrets . which will mercifully impart thefe things unto us.and bleflTed to all eternity. after the wifdomof God revealed in tlie holy Scriptures. and commanded us to pray for his holy Spirit . 183 and eternal benefits. and deterrethus promifes of corporal (with threatningof punifliments) from ihofe things which are not profitable for us. and the firfl: Quadrate. That the fpirits be obedient unto you.-> /efhall receive. be watchful in this. which the holy Books have taught thee. and all things (hall work ye together unto you for your falvation. nolens volcns. Turn over therefore with thy hand. A number of Four is Pjthagorical. that thou mayft be happie in things prefent. And in this. but to whom he will not befiow any thing out of his treafuries . Beware that invisible? do not abufe the gifts of God . and things vifible and Whatsoever jc<uk. the wifdom of every creature to fcrve and obey him. that perfon {hall attain to nothing without the will of God. And before all things. both night and day. thofe holy Writings . Appoint therefore to him who folely dependeth upon God. This Art is not delivered. t/fphor- . Do this .: Arbatel of CWagkk.

How much more will not God fuffer thee to be deceived. After this maner. h. But becaufe thou mayft be certain of the truth . He calleth all the (hrs. I know on whom I truU.uh produced all things out of nothing. becaufe unc faith cometh by hearing./Egyptians.. to extra£t the venues in nature. to the ground without. are all difciplines delivered .(?0 dow»> and doubt not but Jhavefent them . through his Son. let it onely depend upon thy faith in God. c/fpkor t 1 1.and all the And he is heaven by their names. . which are in being. and by the inftigation of evil fpirits . and hidden fecrcts of the creature . then by the doftrine of the holy Spirits of God . that vealed the names of his creatures. who hath given unto all things . Paul . He therefore knoweth the trueftrength ana nature of things. that they be that which they arc : and by his word alone. if thou dependeft wholly upon God. And thefe things afterwards were vitiated and corrupted with humane opinions . and adhereft onely to him? cyfphor. that thou mayft fay If no fparrow can fall with Paul. and all things which live. O thou of little faith. to whom God hath reIt rcmaineth alfo . who fow tares amongft the children of difobedience. and Hermes TrifThere is no other maner of reftoring thefe Arts. in vocal words. do declare things true orfalfe. the Spirit faith unto Peter after the Vifion. In ihe Jtts of the ApojlUs. do live in truely n>!T». as it appeareth one of the Monuments of the . he receive power from God. the will of the Father which is in heaven. the order and policie of every creature vifible and invifiblc. megiJlHi. 1 3 The Lord liveth him. by the holy Angels of God. 1 84 Arbatel of Magick. when he was fenc for from Cornelius the Centurion. as it is manifeft out of St. and mayft not doubt whether the fpirits that fpeak with thee. and to produce their hoft of power .

the meflenger of God governeth the people of God.thatthoufhouldeft honour Afher. that is. and Sanclifier. Redeemer. and keep the of his Son in thy heart : if thou honour him. . and thou ihalt want nothing that is neceffary for thee. whether they be fpiruual or corporal. jtfrfry. So (JWichae/) the fortitude of God : Gabriel. oughteft to call upon God as a father. Aphor. who will teach thee whatbe foever thy foul fhall defire. that end for which thou art ordained of God. that is to fay. and holy Ghoft : and do not thou let flip any occafion of learning. to honour the Son. out of darknefs therefore ought to be .iq.A r bate I of tMagick. and be vigilant in thy calling. God requireth of thee Thy foul liveth for ever call therefore his Son . and what thou oweft to God and to thy neighbour.Son. and bring him to a wife. was fent to Daniel. their powers and offices. : aminde. and him onely thee : This thon fhalt do . His miniflery thou (halt ufe with trembling and fear of thy Creator. 185 Thyfcope power into a&ion. thou is the Law and the Prophets. thou words haft done the will of thy Father which is in heaven. through him that hath created upon the Lord thy God. and deliver his fon from dangers . and that thou draw all men that come to thee . and ZrfrWnhc father of John Baptifi. that he fliould heal his father. To thy neighbour thou oweft offices of humanity . even as Raphael wis fent to Tobias . that he would give unto thee ali neceflarics of this life and thou oHghteflt to help thy neighbour with the gifts which God beftoweth upon thee. if thou wilt perform (halt thou ferve. . and how they are fubje&ed and appointed by God to miniQer unto thee . This In temporal things. in the nature of things. that thou have the names of the Spirits. into light. the Father. And he fhall given to thee that defireft him.

Give me a/fo an apt and teachable heart. to thy praife and glory. that 1 may ufe fuch thy gifts humbly. with thy holy Spirit. If therefore any of the OlympicJ^Cp'uks (hall reach or declare that which his ftar to which he is appointed portendeth.: 1 86 Arbatel of CMagicK Therefore thou (hale pray thus OLord of heaven and earth. The third Septenary. things vifible and invifible to knot* the Arts of this andfuch things as are neceffary for us . (hall be able to hurt him who hath the mod High for his refuge. nevcrthelefs he can bring forch nothing into action. It is God alone who gtveth them power to effeft ir. to diretl me in thy truth unto all good. Amen. to all neceffary ufes. and the profit of our neighbour. They are called Oljmpicl^ fpirits . Amen. which do inhabit : in the firmament. and to adminifler fatal Charms . who may teach me thofe things which thou wouldefrhave me to know and learn . though unworthy. : are .whelmedindark^cp. unlefs he be permitted by the Divine power. that J of mj own power can attain to no knowledge in them. that I may eafily under' ftand thofe things which thou (halt teach me . and polluted wish infinite humane opinions. Beeaufe I earneftly defre perfectly life. through our Lord Jefus Chrifl. by thy affiflance call upon thee . U nto God the maker of all things. i J. through thy onelj-begotten Son jefus Chrifl our Lord. fo far forth as God pleafeth to permit them for nothing. neither evil fpiric nor evil Deftiny. jiphor. with fear and trembling. Creator and Maker of all • J. that I may bring them forth at out of thy inexhaufiible treafures. unlefi thou teach it me : Grant me therefore one of thy fpirits. which arc fo over. and may hide them in my undcrftanding . and in the ftars of the firmament and the office of thefe fpirits is to declare Deftinies. that thou wilt give unto me th) holy Spirit . And give me grace.

Beth or. are obedient all 187 .was the beginning of the adminiftrarion of Bethor . But in this place Princes it is to be explained. VII.Arbatel of tMdgick. and very hour Aratron appeareth in the truely giveth anfwers concerning his Provinces and Provindays cials.nd all things fhall attain to a happie and defired end . \6. The and Powers may be drawn beginning of their limple Auowaljjn the 60 yeer before the Nativity of Chrift. Hag it h. Alfo every one of them ruleth 490 yeers. Ophiel. XIIII. there are 186 O/^v^Provinces in the_ whole Univerfe. Phaleg. Phul. XXI.Ophiel. Bethor. even as the hiftory of the whole world tellifieth. fublunary. HaEvery one of thefe hath under him ment. faith the Lord. There are feven different governments of the Spirits of OlympWy by whom God hath appointed the whole frame and univerfe of this world to be governed : and theic viable flars are Aratron. Let God be thy guide in all things which thouundcrtakeft. wherein the feven Governonrs do exercife their power : all which are elegantly fet forth in Agronomy. There is peace to the god ly : t here is no peace to the wickrd. To whom fucceeded PA*A!g. mighty Militia in the firma- Aratron ruleth vifible Provinces XLIX. XXXII. and daily experience fheweth. XXXV- Och.Phul. of Saturday . Och oith. So that.?. began Aa . and infernal. after the 0/y/w/>/Vj^fpeech. a . XXVIII. things celeftial Therefore reft in this: Aphor. So likewife do the reft appear in order in their and hours. and it lafted until the yeer of our Lord Chrift Then 430. in what maner thefe firft into communication. Phaleo . until the p 10 yeer.

1. that is. day. 4. Aphor. He reconciled! the fubtcrrancan fpirits to men j maketh 3 hairy 6. Jit's charter. Magick. in that time. and coles into treafure. men. by their Names and Offices which God hath given unto them .and giveth longlife. 5. fimply. after the fame manner and fubjeft as thofe things which in Aftronomy are afcribed to the power of Saturn. Thofe things which he doth of his own free will. retaining the fame obje& to the 1 fight. Magically the Princes of the feven Governors are called and hour wherein they rule vifibly oc invifibly. m either animal or plant . The barren he maketh fruitful. . He giveth familiars with a definite power. 0. began Och^nd continued untill the year 141 forth Hagith ruleth untill the year 1 900. are^ . He teacheth Alchymy-. 7. 188 Arbatelof CMagick. He caufeth one to bee invifible. That he can convert any thing into a ftone in a moment.. and by propofing their Character which they have given or confirmed. 1 and thence- 7 . He converteth treafures into coles . The Governour Aratron hath in his power thofe things which he doth naturally. and Phyfick.

21 Counfellors. (landing before him j 14 familiars. he raifech to great honours in warlike affaires . - Aa -z Hk . PhaUc ruleth thofe things which are attributed to Motj. 21 Minifters. that they give ter true anfwers : they tranfport precious ftones from place to place. : 2to/wr governcch thofe things which are afcribed to Jupi: he foon cometh being called. 189 He hath under him 49 Kings. J He hath under him 42 Kings. the Prince of peace. 28Dukes. 3 5 Princes. 3 y Prefidents.i4 Minifters. 7 Meflengers.he raifeth to very great dignities^ to caft open treafures: he reconcileth the fpirics of the aire . and prolongeth hfe to 700 yeares if God will effects: His charter. 2^000 legions of Spirits. 28 Dukes. fcven meflengers he commandeth 36000 legions of fpirics j the numberof a legion is 490. He that is dignified with his character .Arbatelof tMagick. 42 Princes. He that hai.and they make medicines to work miraculoufly in their hegiveth alfothe familiars of the firmament.h his character.

and a purfe fpringing with gold. giveth the moft excellent Spirits. hemaketh him to be worftupped as a Deity. OcAgovemeth hcgiveth 600 The Character. Hagith . he befloweth great wifdom. He hath underhim 36536* Legions things alone : : he adminiflreth all and all his fpirits lerve him by centuries. folar things . by the Kings of the whole world. with perfeft healch . He that is dignified with his Character.190 Arbatelo/ LMdgiei. tencheth perfect Medicines : he converteth all things into moil pure gold and precious ftones : he giveth gold. His character 4 yeares .

He Ophiel is the governour of fuch things as are attributed to Mercury: his Charader is this. with his Chara&er. is dignified Hapi'th governeth Vcmrccw things. he makech very fair.and gold into copper he giveth Spirits which do faithfully ferve thofe to whom they are addicted. \ 9i He that.Arbatelo/ ^M&ghk. and over every thoufand he ordaineth Kings for their appointed feafons. ment. His . inamowith all beauty. and co be adorned He conveneth copper into gold. : Hit Charatter. hath 4000 Legions of Spirits.

if God hinder them not. at his own will. prepareth gold in the mountains in a long time . the Prince of Solar things. in a moment. Every Governour is able to do all things which are done naturally in a. The true and divine Magician may ufe all the creatures of God. and offices of theGovernonrs of the world. 1 : : occoo Legions he eafily giveth Familiar Spirits he teacheth all A rts and lie that is dignified with his Chara#er.192 His Spirits are : Arbatel of U&gtck. 1. 3 . Phul hath this Character. o p P 9 all metals into filver. and Magically.. in a lefs word and deed • goLunary things . or otherwife of their own free-will.ouc of matter not before prepared. always after the fame maner . healcth the dropfie he giveth fpirits verneth of the water. Every Governour a&eth with all his Spirits. and come when they are called. by the Chymical Art . 1 . who do fervemen in a corporeal andvifible form j and maketh men to live 3 00 yeers. He changeth : The mott general Precepts of thU Secret. and alfo to do them fuddenly. cute . out of matter before prepared . for that the Governonrs of the world are obedient unto them.either natuto wit. and do exerally. long time .he maketh him to be able in a moment to convert Quickfilver inco the Philofophers rtone. As Oc/.

foul liveth : keep thy Covenant. and if they are pre-ordained to attain the Art of Magick. who do move with the equal motion of the firmamenc . but expofe them to the deceits of the devils. who do give themfelves to this office. and cart them into divers dangers. by the Spiric therevealer. that they work by the offices names . God and thy mifeth unto thee. for the young praftifers of the Spirits alone. by the command of God . and thou haft whatfoever the Spirit fhall reveal unto thee in God . and theyfeldome have any efficacie above 40 yeers. becaufe all things /hall be done which the Spirit pro7. which are delivered to any his eighth Chapter. is bronghc forth a Magi- cian from his mothers womb : others. for which it is given. They fend fome of their Spirits to the mean Magicians. In all the elements there are the fevenGovernours with their hofts.A rbateU/ CWagick. the other parts of the Art will offer them/elves unto them of their own the time prefixed : But it is to be ufed the fame day and Planetary hour wherein it is given. This is that which John the Baptift fpeaketh of: No man can do any thing of himfelfy except it be given him from above. and the inferiours do always depend upon the fuperiours. Therefore it is moft fafe of Art. liveth. Every Character given from a Spirit. There are other names of the O/jmOtcJ^ fpirits delivered by others j but they onely are effectual. hath his efficacie in this bufinefs. A man that is a true Magician. as 5. vifible orinvifible: and they are delivered to every one as they are predeftinated: therefore they are called Conftcllations. concerning the jews. 193 cute their commands : but God is the Author thereof : as Jopjua caufed the Sun to fland flill in heaven. which do obey ihem onely in fome determinate bufinefs : but they hear nor the falfe Magicians . 4. as the Prophet Jeremiah teftifieth. t 8. for what caufe foever. without their Pray . u4phor. are unhappie. it is taught in Philofophy.

lufts. having a firm faith towards God. Olympus and the inhabitants thereof.. Omyour defires fhall be peife&ed. Whomever therefore defireih familiarly to have a converfation with Spirits . prudem.and covetous of nothing but of All things are poffible to .if they are defired ? But there do appear alfo evil Spirits. Aphor. confiant in his words and deeds . foolifh babbling. willingto receive them wifdom about divine things. nnconftancy.all things are unpofTibie : there is no greater hinderance then a wavering minde . rifing When you would . .ig. as a punifhmenc due to finners. faiiii . and diligently pray to the moft High to be his keeper and he fhall break through all the fnares and impediments of the devil : and let him apply himfelf to theferviceof God. and of what nature the feve the Spirit is which you defire . and are but to the incredulous and unwilling. and deftroyers. them that believe them. z/fphor.20. and he will give him an increafe in wifdom. and are ready to perform their Offices for them.2 1 call any of the Olympic ^Spirits. which is cauled by the envy and malice of the devil . do of their own accord offer themfelves to men in the forms of Spirits .anddifobedienceto the wordof God. whether they will or not : by how much the rather will they attend you. let him keep himfelf from all enormious fins . I<?4 Arbatel of Magick. and faying the prayer following. z/fpksr. and becaufe men do allure and draw them unto themfelves with their fins. obof the Sun that dav . levity . honeft . A Magitian therefore ought to be a man that is godly. pray therefore for a conrtanc pafs all things in and God will bring to due kshn. drunkennefs.

J befeech thee that thou wouldft fend thy Spirit N. and quietly . Amen. neither let thy heart be hafty to utter any thing before God. or by thy order-. &C Creator. in whofe Name thou cameft : and now thou mayft depart in peace unto thy orders . and for the falvation of man . Be not rafh with thy mouth . fm Chrift thy onely begotten Son. Bb Aphor. But thou fhalt not detain the Spirit above a full hour. F orafmuch at thou cam eft in peace. Ecclefiaft. that he may bring me medicine agajnft the dropNcvcrtheleR not my will be done. Amen. but thine.Arbatel of LMagick. a few .. which neverthelcfs he doth permit to be revealed by Spirits. and haft anfwered unto my petitions. which is granted from the Oik. The third Septenary. which thou wilt commend with the thine it many more. for God is in Heaven . through Jcfie. 22.which no man can attain untoby huinduftry without revelation. hidden by God in the creature . And thefe fecrets are either concerning But thou mayft examine things divine. natural or humane. . M. Chap. We call that a fecret. or by thy office . which Science liethobfcured. and themoft feleft. unlefs he be familiarly addicled unto thee. to a due uie of mane felf. or. of thefolar order . who frail inform and teach mc thofc things which I fhall of him . our Lord. for a dream cometh through the multitude of buftnej?. who haft ordained the whole creand glory. nAphor. Igive thanks unto God . and return to me again when when IjhallcaUthee by thy name-. and thou in earth : Therefore let thy words be few . ation for thy praife jp5 Omnipotent and eternal God. 5.

the woods. require of a Spirit Make which knowcth that arc. and the profit of thy neigbour. that a 6*. man be able to govern himfclf ac- cording to that end for which God hath appointed him. Henochw theKing of honeft and conftant Thefe feven fecrets a man of an minde . The third is. 5. t/fphor. Dryades. 24. either in humane the inferiour world. I lay. to be able to difcourfe with knowledge and undcrftandingofall things vifible and invifible. and Spirits of spmts of the four eh. Thefirthis. or by the 1. and 10 what it bein the elements ^ longeth. * Sagani. Nymphes.a corporal ana natural life. to know God . and pray unto God. Tbegrcateftfccrets are in number [even. mtnis. or by what manner foever the fame may be effected . or by venues feparate. and this being known. and Chrift and his holy Spirit this is the perfection of the Microcofmtu. . either by a Spirit in the form of a perfon. for the praife and glory of God. 2. or by natural things. The fixth : is. * alfo of Pigmies. thathe would infpire thee with his grace. The fevench. either by characters. andto understand the power of every thing. whereby thou maift bring the fecret to the end thou defireft. the beginning of the nature of the fecret. The fecond : is. 7. that he would briefly declare unto thee whatfoever that fecrec is-. the curing of all difeafes in the fpaceof feven be able to prolong life to whatfoever in age we pleafe 3.196 Aibatel of tMogick. PaThe fourth have the obedience of the creatures which are in the forms of perfonal Spirits. to be regenerate. Thefirft is fuperior Spirits with the divine afTiftance.

minde may God. che curing of difeafes with Metals. 6.. j. Thefirft is.or by the by ufe of the Philofophers ftone. to do a thing diligently. are exercifed with the hands and offices of the body. which certainly is given to very few. without any offence unto The mcda Secrets are Ukewife feven in number. Alchymy . The firft is. 3. and happily atchieve togreatthings and to be an head of the head of Kings and Princes. to know the foundation of all Arts which The feventh is. perform the worksof natural Magicfc. 4. To be a good houfe-keeper boch in the Country and excel in military affairs. the tranfmutation of know all Phyficalfecrets. Bb 1 6*. to be an indubious and fortunate Mer- chant. which may be illuftrious and do great things. fuch as are Hjdrau/ickzcngmes . and to eftablifli a newer family. The fourth is. to know the foundation of all Arts which are exercifed by the The angelical nature of man. which is vul- garly called 2. and not but of fpecial grace. 197 learn of the Spirics. 7. the magnetick vertues of precious ftones. j. 1. The fixth is. and to gather to1 gether much money. to adminifler bufinefs by the influence of Heaven. The fifth is. To . either is.and the like. to . The third is. 2 . feferfecrets are afcend from a mean ftate to dignities and honours. The fecond is. and things The fecond which are of the like (ore. to be able to perform Agronomical and Mathematical miracles . AtbuelefCWagick. The third is. of what fort foever they be. The fifth is. 4.

5. Arbatclo/ to have recourfe unto God the Author of all good . and all thefe things {hall be added unto yon. and as Chrift teacheth. but flialc attain to the defired bound . The true and onely way to all fecrets. and Phyfitian. Mathematician. and make our abode with you. the kindesand it remaineth now to fhew how we may attain to know thofe things which we defire. and I will guide thee ntith my eye. If you will do the will of my Father which is in heaven .25* have already declared what a fecret is.i$8 6. helpers. and we will come unto you . 3. know how to give good things to your children . which all writers of divinity both old and new have taught. And I will give thee undtrftanding. and he will command every creature to be obedient unto thee. how much more (hall your Father which is in A heaven give his holy Spirit to them that askjhim ? 7. are profitable for thee . to be thy companions. and God himfelf by his holy Spirit will teach thee true and profitable things : he will give alfo his miniftring Angels unto thee. 6. what things 4. If you draw thefc feven places of Scripture from the letter unto the Spirit. csfphor. To be a Divine according to the Bible and Schooles. Alfo commit your cares unto the Lord. and do guide thee in the way wherein thou fpecies thereof: We A walkefl. thou canft not erre . 2. 7. and teachers of all the fecrets of the world . and he will do it. Ifo ifyou which are evil. To bcaPhilofopher. Ifo J the Lord thy God do teach teach thee . Alfa fee that your hearts be not burthened withfurfetingy and drunkennefo and the cares of this life. fo that cheerfully re- . ye are tritely my difciples. thou flialt not erre from the mark . In the firft place feek^ye the kingdom of Cod and his righteoufnej?. and will teach thee in the way wherein thou (halt go. according to zA'rislotle^TlatOjTtolomy^SuclideSj Hippocrates and Galen. or into action.

and lee him beware of the fnares of the evil Angel. fo that at length thou fhalt be certain of the greateft thing of all . all which men had in themfelves all the vertues of fecrets. canon. men. Pjtagoras . Achilles. and fons of CMelufina^ and Gods of the Gentiles o£neafj Hercules: Ic is a al(o>Cj>rrts. After this manner are madeheroick leflial knowledge. either by God. The third Tu nihil invito. fuch as there are very many. Hitherto alfo are referred .or by Spirits unwitwhich have fecrets art flrong imaginations or by theconflellationof a nativity by ce. Hefiod. when thou ting thereof. without which thing can be obtained from the divine Deity worno greac thy admiration .ArbateU/ OMagick. To this referthebook of Jovianus Tontanxtoti Fortune. That the Spirits are obedient unto thee . LhcuIImS) Sj/Ila. Eutichus. Alexander the great. Plat Of zArislrotle. that fe- may be revealed unco thee alfo. Nothing canft thou door fay againft Minerva's will. JulimC<t- far. but thefe had not fuch this are referred. left he be involved in the calamities of Brute and Marcus Antomus. HippocratesyGalen^Euclides. Archi- medes. . Orpheus. That thy name is written in Heaven. There crets is another way which is more common. and all learned men in the in their power j or by dreams . gifts of fe- crets as the former. Hermes TrifmegiTtus the father of fecrets. \99 rejoycing thou maiflfay with the A pottles. with theophraftus 7 Paracelfu* . dices facie'fve Lftfinervd. Homer. Aphor. To theNymphes. as it is faid. 26. We . Marius. or by andimpreflions World . and he obey him according to the Word of God . That every one know his own Angel .andhis that way is. diligent and hard labor.

concerning the event of the Pharfalian war. and hath three Nobles on either fide. And at the South. and Lstcanns prophelie of the deceafed fouldiex . Make a Circle with a center A . and do obtain and effeft fome things which God permitteth co be done. which they draw from the onely center A. c/fphor. C. andthePrince himfelf hath four appertaining unto him. who make themfelves af. according to the names taken from their gift . offices and powers. a fquare. and of our thefeal of the fecrets of the world.E. And this Circle in this maner divided. To thefe a re referred all idolaters of old. of more rigid life. The North. from the invifible God. is refidenc in the middle . fuch as the heaAnd to thefe do appertain all Charontick thens are full of.inflead of the puniflimenc of the devils. E.200 We do deteft Arbacel of CMagicV.the devil being the authors the Scrit ptures teftifie o(Jnd<u. So that the Eafiern fecrets are commended co be the beft . evocation of Spirits. Divide the feveral quadrants into feven parts . with their four fecrets.2 7. every one whereof hath four under him. At the Weft. The Weft. and abufers of Fortune. that there may be in the whole 28 pans : and let them be again divided into four parts. which may teach the But they have fecrets del ivered unto them from God. The South. as the work of Saulmih the woman.D. of tillage . E. all evil Magicians. fociateswith the devils with their unlawful fuperflitions. But the Oriental fecret is the fludy of all wifdom . of rtrengch . and the like. that thereby thou maift know whence theSpirits or Angels are produced. At the Eaft let there be B. that there may be 1 1 2 parts of the Circle : and lb many are the true fecrets to be revealed.C. that is. D. And in this manner the other Princes and Nobles have their quadrants of fecrets. At the North. D.D. which is B. and the Eaft and North to be lefler. the Meridian to be mean . un- The Prince of the Oriental fecrets to the whole creature. C. So alfo they do other evil a£ts. The ufe of this feal of fecrets is .

to and as a which fuch a fpiritual power or efience is bound . othcrs. God hath fevcrally diflributed One hath the power of the fword bringeth them into fubje&iontothewillof man. and which them. But without the faid faith preceding it.becaufe the commandment hath it. TheCharafteriflical maner of calling Angles fucceedeth this faith. envy and ungodlinefs. Afhor. if any one will ufe them for who with his cunning forceries. That he fhall bruife the heel of Chrift . but not without temptations and tribulacions. let him beware of all levity. and with great reverence towards God. lieth in obfeurity. eafily deceiveth the unwary. anyone may eafily form their names in his own language : fo that he which will. Some are deftroyers of Cities. appointed to the fervice of man . Neverthelefs. and another. that which he asketh he fliall receive from the Father and God of all Spirits. as as it is ordained by God.the keepers of private perfons j and from thence. the feed of the woman. unlefs he wil miferabiy perifh. with fear and trembling. and without doubr. pride. who were fenc to overthrow Sodom and thofe Cjomorrhay and the places adjacent. gift aor . thing (imply created by God to this purpofe. or an Angel or civil wifdom. and to be converfant in fpiritual effences with gravity and juftice. and no otherwife. And he which medlerh with fuch things . which dependeth onely on divine revelation . Some are the watch-men over Kingdoms . a memorial . or of furpematural or natural wifdom. of the peflilence. mathematical. or for any thing whatfoeverj andlethimaskferioufly. We are therefore to exercife our felvs about fpiritual things. two were. and the fnares of the devil. and with faith and conftancy . vanity. he may ufe them without any offence unto God. This faith furmounteth all feals .Arbatel of CMagick. covetcufnefs. to every one of another. But let him beware. left that he fall into idolatry. And he is not taken but onely by the finger of God and xs . . examples whereof the the holy Scripture witnefleth. or philofophical. fo that they unwillingly ferve the godly .of inflitting famine upon the people. with agreatdefirc ofhis minde.

But he will not that we give holy things to dogs.Ioveth and foonerheareth us. felf in prayer. let us now come to a particular explication thereof.partly for the and body. to him he both can and will give. and all things fhall yield to the defires ofthy minde in the Lord. nor defpife and defires. A merciful &good Father.then we are able to overcome the hardnefs of our hearts to pray. Afhor. Therefore diligently and read over and over the firlt Septenary of fecrets .purfueth that alfo . to whom thou trufteft.we ought to feekthem in Spirit and Truth. whether good or evil. thofe we would obtain of him. He that feeketh after a good end. and he that defires an evil end. Now let us acknowledge him the Author. for thofe things humbly feek thefons of forourdefires. our fludy of Magick proceedeth in order from general Rules premifed . and that earneflly. And there is There- . nothing done. contemn the The fifth Septenary. 28. and turning away from the divine will. from divine punifhment . Becaufe things which sion That every one exercife himwhich he defires. 29. and often guide and direft thy life and all thy thoughts according to thofe precepts . from whom let us fecret by prayer of the good is from God. and partly for its defiru&ion. eyffhor. let him follow it . Spirits either are divine minifters of the word. and he (hall not differ a Daniel. without a certain and determinate order and government. Let not any one defpife prayer j for by whom God is prayed unto. The concluall of fecrets is . As and of the Church.202 Arbiiz\ of Magick. gifts of his treafury. and the members thereof j falvation of the foul or elfe they are fervient to the Creatures in corporal things. who is onely good .and a fimple hearr.

That none of the Italian nation fhould for ever obtain the Rule or Kingdom of Naples .l o. .and it (nail be done^f that Prince benot again abfolved from his obedience by a fucceeding Magitian. reftore the fecret powers taken from the A Book . Call the Prince of the Kingdom. if he will. that he who reigned in his age . 203 Therefore let every one compare his ends with the word of God. any one may eafily. before the t ranfitory good of this world. until the judgement. and the Magitians thereof. and his heart is foblinde .Arbatel ^ UMagick. but enjoyeth the delights of things immortal. Magiftracy. honours. (and that magically) if they enobtain them . to treafury of Magick Cc his . as the Hiftory of MeUfina witneffeth . had. he may be compelled alfo. a Gemme. and brought it to pafs . to be thrown down from his feat r fo great is the power of the guardian or tutelar Angels of the Kingdoms of the world. and magical Horn. make himfelf which being But Judeus chufed rather to live the Monarch of the world. and what is to be fought after and that which he conflituteth and determined! unto himfelf. fhall deavour diligently after them.and compel him to recal his deed . that he underflandeth nothing of the God of heaven and earth. or thinketh more . not procraftinating or delaying .digniiies.who ordained. let him follow diligently . <z/fphor. and let him propofe unto himfelf what is to be avoided.if any Magitian Hull call him who infiituted this order. They which defire riches. . Therefore the Kingdom of Naples may be again reitored to the Italians. 31. every and magical Sciences.and command what thou wilr.tyrannies. until he attain to his appointed bound. zAphor. glory of this world. and as a touchflone that will judge between good and evil . they one according to hisdefiiny. among Gods. and lay a command upon him.

wonderful works is the onely effe&er of all itbejoyned to any Spirit 5 and . either in earthly goods. being joyned. let him magically call a Noble of the Prince .34. and his defire (hall be fulfilled.. is totally loft . whereby he would grow rich . (v^fW. 3 3 But he who coveteth contemptible dignities. Afhor. (he produceth what (he will. deilriiclion. and by that Romans were taughc by the Sibyls means made themfelves the Lords of the world. And he may be Plotir. or with the gifts of Princes. the letfer Magiftracies. Buc the Lords of the Prince He thereof a Kingdom do beftow. In like manner alfo. this way was familiar of old time to the Sibyls and chief Priefts.or by the Rudy of Metals. or merchandize.ns in easier called up. fore that defireth to have a leflfer office. is depraved with in- and finite lyes and fupernitions. then the Angel of che Temple of JJit. he (ball obtain his defire therein. 204 his own eternal ArbateU/ CMtgick.or Chymiftry : as he produceth any prefidentof growing rich by thefe means. This in our time. and he (hall obtain his defire in that kinde. or dignity . as riches alone . Therefore we are carefully to proceed in Magickjleft that Syrens and other The humane undemanding fo that mon- . let him call the Prince of riches. or one of his Lords. All manner of evocation is of the fame kinde and form.through ignorance and impiety. and that which remaineth.the books .as Hiftories wicnefs.

left he oflfer himfelf to be devoured of the roaring Lion . do cure the moft happily of all. they who perform cures with the mod fimple herbs and roots . This is the courfe of Order.{ Arbatel of CMagick. but that every one be onely fimple and feveral: for God and Nature have ordained all things to a certain and appointed end: fo that for examples fake. are the three things which do eafily render all learning afwell of the vifible as invifible creatures. in Conftellations. do lie hid the greateft influences or vertuesin deed . which likewife dodefire the fociety of the humane forthwith caufe creatures both vifible and invifible to yield obedience. 3 6.and the knowledge of fuch fimples is to be fought for from God otherwife By no other means or experience they can be found . Lee the Magitian carefully hide bimfetf* alwaies under the wings of the moft High . The fixth Septenary. fo the divine. That fome creatures are creatures of the C c 2let all lots And . and al- Therefore fimpliciry is chiefly to be fludied.andOlympick. that experiments be not mixed with experiments. fuperceleftial and infernal. for they who defire earthly things. fubxerranean. do very hardly efcape ihe fnares of the devil. Care is to be taken . which are in fteadof a miracle. Aphor. as of the warry. afwel creatures of this our world. Words and Chara£ters. which being pronounced. Reafon and Means. aery. And in this manner.andfuch like.$7> have their place decently : Order. ts?phor. out. 205 monfters deceive us . So alfo are words.Stones.

homifilthy ^ cides tyranny. and it cfre&eth other works with invfible inflruments by invifiblc things .io6 the light A rbatel of Magick. Therefore Magick is twofold in its firftdivifion . rapes. idolatry.ordsof darknefs. and partly moft and horrid to be fpoken of. The fecond dtvifion of Magick is . as increments andeffe&s. contempt of God . alfo he commandeth fuch to be caft out into deftrncYion. war . the one is of God> which he beftoweth on the creatures of light. others. thefts . that magically they are deceived todeflru&ion j or . that it bringeth to pafs fome works with vifible instruments. . becaufe they run headlong into darknefs . .but it is the gift which he giveth unto the creatures of darknefs : and this is alfo two-fold : the one is to a good end. becaufe it aboundeth with all wickednefs and fin. worshipping of devils. until God fliall put an end to their flrife . lyes. as the members of Between thefe and the other. pride. and inchral themTheir felves in eternal punifhments for their rebellion. as when the Princes of darknefs are compelled to do good unto the creatures . wicked lufts. Aphor. becaufe it cannot confift without fome vertuc and great gifts of God . Kingdom is partly very beautiful in tranfitory and corruptible things on the one part . robberies . by his laft judgement. God enforcing them j the other is for an evil end . there is a continual Chrift. afwel with mixed means. and a covetous defire of rule j in this mixture confiftcth the kingdom of darknefs : bucthe creatures of the lighr. and with the grace of God . 38. perjuries. and are Lords of the whole world.and do reign over thel. difobedience towards Magiftrates. are filled with eternal truth. of darknefs : thefe are fubjeft to vanity. blafphemies againft the true God and his works. feditions . The . the other alfo is of God. adulteries. through vifible things . when God permitteth fuch to punifh evil perfons . and it afteth other things.

others they will fcarce attend. being called by art. The fecond. are done with the Princes of Spirits. and fuch-like inhabitants of other elements. The iixth divifion is. That the Spirits do ferve fome of their own accordjwithout art . 207 ihis is partly it The third divfionis.Arbaiel of CMagick. The feventh divifion is . fuch is the work of the Mercurialifts. which is given to few : others do work by dreams and other figns . That fome do aft with Spirits openly. as it were defending down from the moft high God : fuch was the Magick of Baalim. and face to face . which the ancients took from their auguries and facrificcs. . Satyrs. fuch were they who wrought by the minor Gods of the heathens.That fome work by immortal creatures. and partly. which by reafon of the ignorance of che true God. Pigmies. That fome exercife their Magick with the good Angels in flead of God . that which is the property of Chrifti- in which dependeth on the power of Chrift which he hath. ans. as ophraflical. The fourth divifion is . which dependeth upon cord. as Nymphs. The third is . csfphor. that his defires may be fulfilled . pafs There arc fome things which arc were The- brought to by invocation of God alone : Prophetical.thac which exercifeth their actions wich the chief of the evil Spirits . andPhilofophical . heaven and earth. &c. Another Magick is. Them whom the Spirits do ferve faithfully of their own acof all. Among lent thefe fpecies of Magick. The fifth divifion is. others by mortal creatures. that is the moft excel- God alone. Other things there are .

wherewith let every one prepare himfelf that covers to obtain true Magick or divine wifdom. as alfo by the feal of the creation. and bye he wonderful effects which the vidble and invifible creatures of God do (hew The firft is. love and fear the eternal God. not occultly onely. to do thofe things which he knoweth to be acceptable to worfliip. That he learn by the immortal pare of himfelf. andtoadorehim in Spirit and Truth . Secondly. and profitable to his neighbours. have fuccefs therein . that every one may know whether he be born to forth. andof the creatures . hath in him. and to what fpecies thereof. for fuch things and fuch gifts are noc given but onely to the low and humble. Fourthly . and as it were face to face. what mortal pan he and what part is proper to and what diveife. what kinde life In the ftand fifth place we are to take care. both by his word revealed from true knowledge the foundation of the world . There is a feu en-fold preparation to learn the CMagick^ <^ felf. that weunder- when the Spirits are . Thefe are the three firft and chiefeft precepts of Magick. Whereas every man is to be vigilant to fee co he (hall be called from his mothers wombe. . is reqnifte. and what immortal himfelf. Thirdly. itismaniaffifting us. and chiefly fludy to know himfelf . meditate day and night how to attain to the of God. greateft bufinefs undertaking the and he that understands this. and with his mortal part .that a man defcend down into him. but alfo rnanifeftly.208 Arbatelo/ CMagick. that he may be accounted worthy thereof. which every one may^perceive and by experience may eafily that readeth thefe things. and one to whom the Angelical creatures willingly do fervice. in feft.

as for the mofl part. and ftrengthen me with thy free Spirit . fo as it was not lawSixthly. that is. that he undertake nothing that is ungodly .they accomplish his Magical end. ignorance. ThefirftLaw is this. In him that would be a Magician. 40. whereby many famous men have afterwards drawn uponthernfelves definition: they fin alio by rafhnefs and obftinacy . they offend alio by ingratitude towards God. Aphor. That he know that fuch a Spirit is ordained unto him from God . feft . and alfo when they do not ufe their gifts for that honor of God which is required. Take not thy holy Spirit from me . as he commanded Daniel to fealfome things. made a God. No man will believe how much things which he faw in a is contained in this one precept. or contempt. there is required the greateft jnftice . ful fat The Paul to fpeak openly of all vifion. m not into temptation^ but deliver w from evil: Ibefeech theey O heavenly Father^ do not give power unto any lying Spirit . and lead prefcribed in the Secondly . Alwaies pray with David . When the Magician determineth with himfelf to do any incoporeal thing either with any exteriour or interiour fenfe.Arbatel of CMagick. fuchaperfon who Magitian hath need of faith and taciturnity. or by too much fuperftition . and fo he fhall be divinely defended from all evil. that he difclofe no fecret which the Spirit hath forbid him. then let him govern himfelf according to thefe feven fubfequent laws. Here. 209 Magician of the ordination of ufech the minirtery of the Spirits to bring excellent things to pafs. nor to let it once come in his minde . either through negligence . and do prefer that he fhall be that is. not to declare them in publick . Seventhly. wicked or unjuft . and let him meditate that God is the beholder of all his thoughts and a&ionsjtherefore let him direft all thecourfe of his life according to the rule word of God. at thou didfi . efpecially .

To be remote and cleer from all manner of fuperflition . The fourth is. for this is fuperfticion. but keep me in thy truth. that we may avoid every thing that is re- pugnant to the divine power. Which belongeth onely to the Omnipotency of attribute divinity in this place to things.whereby he impudently ofFereth himfelf to be worfhipped as God. grace . Let him accuftome himfelf to try the Spirits. to worfhip God with fome kinde of worfhip which he hath not commanded: fuch are the Magical ceremonies of Satan.2io didjt over ArbateU/" UMagick. wherein there is nothing at all divine j or to chufe or frame to our felves . conclude this whole Magical all worfhip of Idols. whereby he imitateth the power of the creation. and all our ftrength. or by the order of Nature : which things many falfe and wicked Magicians faign. what we underfiand by Magician in this work. the divine mercy affifting us. Seventhly . thac they may noc be what they are. as the Scripture admonifheth . A- men. where they are not placed by the Creator. that we may know them. Therefore in the firft place it is to be obferved. Thirdly. and of the Creator . Aphw»^\. and diligently embrace them with our whole heart. for grapes cannot be gatheted of thorns let us try all things . and hold faft chat which is : good and laudable . Sixthly. and of his holy Spirit . The fifth thing to be efchewed. to whom by the We come now to the nine Tome. that he may fo produe things with a word . Him then we count to beaMagitian.which bindeth any divine power to idols or other things of their own proper motion . and is not communicable to the creature. Ahab that be per ijhed '. All the deceitful imitations and affe&ions of the devil are alfo to be avoided . laft Aphorifmes of this whole wherewith we will . Let us cleave fafl to the gifts of God .

to his temporal and eternal definition and Mofes and Hermes do demonftrate. to a bad end is. whenas he had commanded himfelf. (hall never afpire to the higheft kindes thereof. we are to know. fuch was Simon fJMagutffi whom mention is made in the csftts of the v4poHUs^ and in Clemens j whomSainc Teter commanded to be thrown down upon the earth.we will note in the Tomes following.Axbaiel of UMagick. is An evil Magician he . grace of 211 God . This defcription of a Magiiip. The fubdivifions and fpecies of both kindes of Magick. the fpiritual effences doferveto manifeft the knowledge of the whole univerfe. Notwithflanding I will not deny . that we diflinguiflh the Sciences. whom tA^hor. by the divine permiffion the evil Spirits do ferve. Unto this order are alfo to be referred all thofe who are noted in the two Tables of the Law . as it were a God. but wo be to that man through whom they come. whether chey are viable or invifible.and is univerfal. unlefs ther let him aflumc any he be called divinely by grace hereunto. he fhall doubtlefs offend both in foul d and fpecies if it may with ftudy and diligence obtain fome maybe admitted. yet if he covet to affail them . to his own ruine and defiru6tion. and which is evil : Whereas man fought to obtain them both at firft . 8c of the fecrecs of Nature contained therein. In this place it fnall fuffice. That a his predeflinated to this work from mothers of But he both kindes of Magick . to deceive men. Magitian isaperfon we have before oftentimes admonifhed. for fome good end. Therefore.n plainly appeareth. which is good.that the Scripture might be fufilled/r mu[i be that offences will come . 4&. buc that fome men Secondly. D .and draw them away from God. neifuch great things to himfelf. to be railed up into the air by the unclean Spirits. With fear and trembling we muft live in this world. and are let forth with their evil deeds.

have revolted from God their Creator^nd are referved unto the day of wrath . byreafonof the great fins of men. To the obedient . through their pride and contempt of the Son of God.whereby he willeth them tobe $ for hewill have them to ufe their liberty in obedience to his commands. Such are they . Arbtit\of LMagick. neverthelefs they are above all humane apprehenfion . Both kindes of Magtclc are one from the other in their ends : the one leadetn to eternal good . cAphor. to the difobedient he hath propounded their deferved punifhment. or are deprived of their underftandingjevenasmany fuch things happen by the ufe thereof. butnotwithflandingitislimited^and they are con fined to their bounds with the bridle of God. or difobedience thereof. Examples do teftifie. who by the operations of falfe Magitians.or defarts . and greater then any man would believe : although they do fubfift in their own limits. or they are maimed in fome member. which many ancient Hiflories. and ufeth temporal things with daily and different thankf- . or are limply torn in pieces . and his the chiefeft corporal things. both mean things . Great is the power of Satan. as to the corporal and tranfitory things of this life . Therefore the Magitian of God.and delivered to the power of Satan. are fometirnes carried to Mount Hereby or in fome wildernefs. where men are forfaken by God.. hehathpropofed their rewards. 212 and body. and there is left in them a very great power in the creation . which (ignifies a wife man of God. The feventh Septenary. is led forth by the hand of God unto all everlafting good. or one informed of God . Therefore alfo the Magitians of Satan do perform great things. and al(b The Lord liveth. Therefore thefe Spirits of their freewil. 43 the works of God do live in him by appointment.

and he knoweth not how to overthrow the counfels of bis enemies by the word of God. The greateft precept of Magick is . waking to this life. It is lawful to admit of. or to keep himfelf from the fnares and deceits of the tempter. t/iphor. reafoneth.3 Arbace] of tMagkk. not inquiring from what Spirit fuch fuggeftions proceed : But we ought to rake heed. that we fnatch it Ddz are . prefled by the affifting effence . But the man that is ignorant of Magick. Wherewith {kaU a yong man cUanfc his way ? in peeping thy wordy Oh Lord. To keep the word of God . zAphor. but wholly exercifeth himfelf about corporal things. The pafTage from the common life of man unto a Magical from that life . as it were in war with his affeftions . he knoweth or are imnot when they ifliie out of his own minde . The Magitian underftandeth when theminde doch meditate of himfelf. the other is 21 a little follieuous about eternal things. the fame things happen to the willingand knowing Magitian. and exercife other fnggeflions which are not contrary to the glory of God.conftituteth and determined! what is to be done • he obferveth when his cogitations do proceed from a divine feparate effence . that he may freely enjoy all his lufts and delights in contempt of God and his anger. for thofe things which happen to ignorant and unwife men in their common life . and what to refufe which he may learn of the Pfalmift .45. is no other but afleep. he deliberated!. and he proveth of what order that d ivine feparate effence is. and charity towards cur neighbours . thankfgiving. is carried to and fro . to know what every man ought to receive for his ufe from the affifting Spirit. faying. is the chiefefl precept of wifdom. and analife. fo that tne evil one : not out of the heart . 44.

men that are unconftant are lighter We chufe the 46 Aphothen nothing. and the neceflary arts of this life. becaufe the holy Angels are converfant about fuch.214 are not too Arbatel of Magick. raiment. if his foolifhnefs had not been corrected by the mercy of God. when he would convert all things into gold. Seck^Jfe frfi the\ingdom of God and his right eonfr. and being deceived by him.46. and when the like rejoyceth in his like . they would be much more diligent in moderating their thoughts and affections . Ail other things. that fuch . and the like. who would fctape together & devour mony of any thing. Would that men would diligently weigh this precept. left that he draw unto himfelf fome malignant Spirit from the uttermofl parts of the earth. rifme from thefe. drew up fuch a Spirit unto himfelf. there are none more happy then fuch. thou art to the admonition of Chrift troubled about many thirds . Therefore we ought moft diligently to obferve . all things which are due to the mortal Microcofme. according CMartha^ Martha. fo he allureth unto himfelf Spirits of his nature and condition . c/fphor. but one very truely advifeth . and rotten leaves. Even as every one governeth himfelf. for fables. Therefore let us alwaies . and not account the Hiftories of Midas . but Mary hath chofen the better part^which (ball not be taken from her. he had been brought to death by famine . as conftancy words and deeds . much bufied about unneceffary things. ami all thefe things (hall be added unto you. The fame thing happened to a certain woman about Fanckford at Odera . There is nothing fo much beccmeth a man .efi . in our times. which was able to perform this . as food. by whom either he fhall be infatuated and dein his : ceived. neither would they be fo perpetually vexed with the Spirits of the golden mountains of Utopia. that is. have regard unto the faying of Chrift. and pofTefs the ctiftody of them on the contrary. that nomanfhould carry himfelf beyond his own calling. or brought to final definition. This precepr appeareth moft plainly : for Midat.

who will he have any knowledge in Magick. In gia. (hall have alfo the Spirics conftant companions of his delires. andexpofedco punifhment . who had (lain his own Father. glory . they will not be unwilling to (hew him. From hence fpringeth all Magick. to deftru&ion. and familiarly to converfe with him.and to ferve himin thofe feveral minifteries. was an example of the evil Spirits. while they are new . of which fort the Magick is . and thither again it will revolve. in Hefiody the ninth Magick. that he flew fucceflivcly lupply him in all things. the evil Spirits in every evil thing. the Angel of the Lord was their leader. Examples are not wanting in the Hiftories of the whole World . For it U not unto him that willeth^ nor unto any one may him that runneth . unto which they are addifted . when he was perfecuted of the Spirit of C*/*r . neither lee them have any habit in the idle minde. whether it be good or evil. The Angels of the Therefore there is nothing whereof Lord directed Daniel. Afror. this . as he manifeftly teftifies of himIn Homer . is an example of the good . the good Spirits in good things. chac is empty of the divine word. 47. by the word. unco falvation . All Magick is a revelation of Spirits of that kinde . He that is faithfully converfant in his vocation. Brut: before he was flain . The three wife men who came to feek Chrift ar Jerufa/em. but to whom Cod will have mercy y or of fome other fpiricual face. Theodojim before the vi&ory of cArbogahus . 215 fuch preemptions fhould be cart out of the minde.Arbatel of CWagick.But if ' himfelf. and the Father of his Country. and do daily happen in the world. fo that the nine Mufes are called. Hermes^ the Spirits of the more fublime parts of the minde.the genius oflltyjfes in PJigiogafelf in Theogony. God revealed himfelf to Mofes in the bnfh.

2 6 Arbatel of <JM&gkk. there. neither are the opinions of theSad- this manner Tages the duces. and draweth him to eternal fire : thefe he cherifheth and advanceth on high. divifion . and all good things out of the inexhauftible treafures of God. for the conclufion of thefe Ifagoges j wherein every one may contemplate. gufhed if it had been fent from heaven. from the fameSpirits. firft teacher of the Magick of the RoDiana of the Ephefians out of the earth. and afeer this. that their fall may be the greater. until he fucketh him. bedience. and which to be avoided .to a competent end of life and living. humane inventions.leir 5 and fubdivifion.what is to be followed. fo that thefearofGod is the Beginning of allwifdom. do follow theprefenceofGodandofthc holy Spirited the miniftery of the holy Angels. The we conclufion therefore of this Ifagoge Is the fame which have above already fpoken of. for obedience to the will ofGod. from whence is all good .according to a two-fold Science. That even as there is one God .even as the fpider taketh the flye which falleth into his web. which that they may be the better difcemed.followeth the fear of God . fo Satan fpreadeth abroad his nets^nd taketh men with the fnares of covet oufnefs.and fecteth up his kingdom in fteadof holy things. the God of this world beginneth.good andevil. apply thy eyes and minde to the facred and profane Hiftories. there the Prince of this world. we will put he**. and faffer fin to reign in us. in fuch as he findeth profitable for his kingdom. A$hor> 4p. manes. and the profit of all Magick . So fhewed her wcrfhip. and how far it is to belabored for Sciby every one. and one fin. to wit .& to thofe things which thou feeftdaily to be done in the world and thou (halt finde all things full of Magick. . as And all the Religion of the Heathens is taken alfo Apollo. From whence comes all evil . Courteous Reader.1 . againft the will But unprofitable and damnable Magick arifeth from this where we lofe the fear of God out of our hearts. difo- of the commanding God.

'Knowledge of the government fTheofo "? of God by Angels. and that their companions arc of the devil. and for the fl loft and de- ^ ruftxon of men. ("The knowledge of poifons in nature.21 7 Arbatel of OAAgkk. (Evil < 1 Atheifme. L man Sciences < 'Contempt of the word of God. . J Cacodx . which the phy Scripture callcth watchmen. I (_ fGood* Anthro Knowledge of natural thing*. and to ufe them in contempt of « God. Ignorance of the government of God by Angels. I Wifdom mony '^ j in all evil arts . fCakofo< To contemne the cuftody of phy the Angels . and to live after the will of the devil. and ruling ones life acj cording to the word of God. Idolatry. and to ufe them. ("Knowledge of the Word of God. fophy given to ^Wifdom in humane things. I I J and to underfland the myftery of Angels. to the definition of mankinde. FINIS.

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