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TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Illustrations ..................................................... ix
Editor's Introduction ............................................... xi
Translator's Preface ................................................. xiii
Bibliographic Prolegomenon .................... .............. xv
The Life of Pope Honorius ................................... xxi
The Constitution of Pope Honorius .................... xxv
The Great Grimoire of Pope Honorius ................. I
illustrations ....................................................... 38-39
Der gro6e Grimior des Papsis Honorius ............. 41
Coniurationes Demonum ....................................... 65
Examination of the Editions of the Grimoire ...... 83
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Symbols to be inscribed at the four quar-
ters of the circle .. ..... ............... ................ . FIGURE i
Inscription for use by the magician with
the virgin parchment ........... .................... FIGURE ii
To be inscribed on the secret grave of
the sacrificial lamb ................................... FIGURE iii
Characters to be inscribed on vellum ... FIGURE iv
Additional characters to be inscribed on
the lambskin .... ..................... ................... FIGURE V
Characters to be cut into the lambskin,
after the skin has been prepared ............. . FIGURE vi
To be inscribed on the lambskin while
reading 7IstPsahn .... .............. ........ ... ..... FIGURE vii
To be inscribed on the lambskin while
reading the 72nd Psalm .. .. ....................... FIGURE viii
To be inscribed on the lambskin after it
is prepared while reading 2nd Psalm ..... FIGURE ix
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To be inscribed on the lambskin after it
is prepared while reading Ps. 95 ............ .. FIGURE X
Alternate version of FIGURE ix .............. FIGURE xi
The Grand Pentacle of Solomon .... .. .. FIGURE xii
The Magic Circle of Pope Honorius ... FIGURE xiii
The first of the three smaller Pentacles
of King Solomon .. .. ................................ . FIGURE xiv
The second of the three smaller Pen-
tacles of King Solomon ...... .............. ....... FIGURE xv
The third of the three smaller Pentacles
of King Solomon ............ .. ........ .. ............. FIGURE xvi
The seal or sigil of Guland .... .... .... .. .... . FIGURE xvii
The P e ~ t a c l e of the Gospel of St. John .. .
the Baptlst .... .................. .. .... .. .................. FIGURE XV1ll
The seal or sigil of Lucifer .. .... .. ............ FIGURE xix
The seal or sigil of Silcharde ................ FIGURE xx
The seal or sigil ofFrimost ...... .. .......... . FIGURE xxi
The seal or sigil of Bechard .................. FIGURE xxii
The seal or sigil of Surgat .. .. .... .... ...... .. . FIGURE xxiii
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EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
II
HIS edition of The Great Grimoire of Pope
Honorius is an amalgamation of sev-
eral elements; the main text of the
book is an English translation of the
German given in Scheible's Das Kloster.
Where, in Scheible's German, a lacuna in the Latin
manuscript is noted I have placed an ellipse within
brackets; [ ... ]. The manuscript which Scheible
worked from did not include the Constitution attrib-
uted to Pope Honorius; for the reader's convenience
I have included the French text of the Constitution
from the 1760 edition with the Idries Shah English
translation of this text. I have also taken the liberty
of including many of the pentacles, sigils and barba-
rous inscriptions which are generally associated with
this work. As an appendix to the Great Grimoire of
Honorius, I have elected to include the first English
translation of a little-known 1492 monastic manu-
script dealing with the rite of exorcism titled
Coniurationes Demonum. Although unrelated to the
Grimoire, I felt that its inclusion helped round off
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
this volume and also makes an interesting work avail-
able to readers which might not have otherwise found
its way into print. I am indebted to Mr. Matthew
Sullivan for his superb work in translating this ob-
scure text. The barbarous inscriptions (figures i-x)
were restored by Mr. Joel Radcliffe. His artwork was
then digitized and further prepared for use. I have
opted to include the original German text of the
Grimoire so readers can refer to the source work if
they so choose. Where in the German text Scheible
interjected a question mark, these have been removed
in the English translation when the source of the
original confusion or contention was resolved. How-
ever, I have left Scheible's annotations to the text
and they have been translated for your inspec-
tIon. For those of you who are interested in the
myriad of past foreign language editions of the
Grimoire, I have written a cursory examination of
the major editions published between the middle ages
and the modem era; it is included as an appendix in
this volume.
(XII )
James Banner
Seattle,
December 23,1998
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TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE
II
T WAS with certain trepidation that I
accepted to undertake the task of trans-
lating The Great Grimoire of Pope
Honorius, a book which has gained
infamy in both the Americas and Eu-
rope. After a brief vacation during the summer of
1996 in Berlin, while brushing up on the peculiari-
ties of the language employed by the writer of this
work, I began the translation which is presented
herein.
The handwritten chapter at the end of the work,
a summation of the use of the book, appears to be
the work of an author other than the writer of the
main body of the text; it employs a different style of
writing and dialect and was probably added to the
work by the scribe of the Latin manuscript.
Where in the original text a sentence might run
on for up to an entire page I have endeavored to break
them up into shorter, more comprehensible, sen-
tences.
Throughout the text I have translated the Ger-
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
man words for morning, noon, evening, and mid-
night as East, South, West and North respectively
under certain circumstances. The use of these words
in the original text made more sense when taken as
the directions on an astrological wheel, i.e. sunrise
in the East on the ascendent, noon in the South on"
the mid-heaven, etc. Instances of this type are ad-
dressed with footnotes.
Many thanks to Sheila Prieur, who acted in an
advisory capacity during the translation of this work.
Her suggestions in correcting certain passages of the
original German text were extremely helpful. I would
also like to thankJosephMoore for his help in proof-
reading the finished translation and for his assistance
in editing the first draft of my translation. Thanks
also to the Editor for his help in interpreting some
of the magical terminology used in the present work.
(XIV )
Kineta Ch'ien
November 22, 1998
Seattle, Washington
(XV )
BIBLIOGRAPHIC PROLEGOMENON
II
HE GRIMOIRE of Pope Honorius is almost
nonexistant in manuscript form and,
as far as I have been able to determine,
no original Latin manuscript or bound
volume is extant in the holdings of any
European or American library. This fact alone makes
the work of philologists who are concerned with the
provenance of the present work very difficult. Prac-
titioners of medieval magick and demonologists who
are interested in the historical context of this book
will find more questions than there are answers for
similar reasons.
The Grimoire of Pope Honorius is often confused
with the Sworn Book ofHonorius, or Liber Juratus. The
Sworn Book is said to have been composed during
the fifteenth century and the Grimoire of Pope Honorius
does not appear in printed form until 1629 and is
generally thought to be a pseudepigraphical work,
created as an attack on the Catholic Church or Pope
Honorius in particular. These concepts are incon-
sistentwith the records kept by a Dominican inquisi-
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
tor by the name of Nicholas Eymericus who lived
from 1320-1399. Eymericus had contact with works
on magic and in the Directory for Inquisitors, he
reports that he personally confiscated such books as
Honorius the Necromancer's Treasury of Necromancy
from the hands of necromancers and later had such
manuscripts burned in public. This reference alone
asserts that magical texts attributed to Honorius are
more antique than any historians of magical litera-
ture have lead us to believe.
Unlike the editions of the sixteenth and seven-
teenth. centuries, the book which you hold in your
hands mcludes a section which I have never seen in
any other copy of the Grimoire, being a section deal-
ingwith the conjuration of the angels of the air, simi-
lar to that given in works of this genre. Indeed, the
names of the spirits of the air given in the Grimoire
are also to be found in the Heptameron with one ex-
ception; the spirit <l3ambol. We find this spirit named
by Dr. John Dee. It is evident by reading the work
that this section regarding aerial spirits was not sim-
ply inserted into the text body but rather the text
flows smoothly, giving no sign of a change of tone
thoughout, suggesting that it was an original facet
of the work. The Grimoire itself may lend support-
ing evidence to this hypothesis; a 'note by Scheible
at the beginning of the book states that the Grimoire
was originally used for the purpose of demonic ex-
orcism. This is consistent with the inclusion of an-
gelic conjurations. It was common during an exor-
cism for the priest or clergyman performing the rite
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BIBLIOGRAPHIC PROLEGOMENON
to conjure the angels of heaven to assist him in the
casting out the spirits of darkness and to protect him
and others from the attacks of the enemy during the
rite. This practice has been abandoned in the Catho-
lic rite and no longer appears in the Rituale Romanum.
Also, we read in the Constitution that the text was
intended to aid the exorcist so he would not become
overwhelmed by the appearance of the demons and
become weakened, allowing the spirits to overtake
him. The fact that the text was originally written for
the ~ u r p o s e of exorcism leads one to the possibility
that It may have come from another document which
was intended for the purpose of exorcism. Arthur E.
Waite, in his Book of Black Magic and Pacts, writes
that the Grimoire may be nothing more than a per-
version of a book of orthodox angelic conjurations.
The text could possibly have been used by the church
during its exorcism of the possessed. This begs the
question of what the intent of the original source
text might have been.
Much like the printed editions of 1660 and 1670,
the original text of this work was not accompanied
by any drawings of sigils or magical symbols. The
sigils which are attributed to the Grimoire are not
found in any edition until that of 1760. While the
sigils of the demons featured in the Grimoire were
added at a later date, they do have distinct relation-
ships to other black books, namely, Grimoirium Verum
and the Dragon Rouge. The sigils of :(nora and
Slshmmth in the later editions of the Grimoire of Pope
Honorius are identical to those given to these spirits
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DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
in the Dragon Rouge. Those of ,silchardc and <J3uland
are identical to those attributed to these same spirits
in Grimoirium Verum. The sigil of .:Inmost is closely
related to the sigil of in the Grimoirium Verum.
The sigil in the Grimoire of Pope Honorius is
attributed to >3orgat in the Grimoirium Verum. I have
personally examined a copy of the 1670 edition of
the Grimoire which once belonged Eliphas Levi and
was happily surprised to see that he had inserted a
number of magical illustrations into the work which
enhances its practical use.
When examining the Sworn Book we see that,
like the Grimoire of Pope Honorius, it is very Catholic
in sensibility and concerns itself mainly with angelic
conjurations. Although there is a short section at
the end of the Sworn Book which does deal with con-
juring the demonic spirits, this section seems to have
been either left incomplete or abbreviated by scribes
of the manuscript versions of the work. This leads
us to yet another possibility; that the Grimoire could
be the rest of the Sworn Book, a section dealing with
the conjuring of the demonic spirits, if we are to be-
lieve the introduction of the Sworn Book when the
writer states that the purpose of the text was to com-
pose a work that contained the whole of the art of
magic. Even a cursory inspection of the Sworn Book
reveals that the text falls far short from presenting
the whole of the art of magic. The exclusion of di-
abolism and the manipulation of these agents in the
Sworn Book suggests that the manuscripts are either
incomplete or partial copies of a larger work.
(XVIII)
BIBLIOGRAPHIC PROLEGOMENON
There is a work which is extremely rare and
which I have not been able to locate to this day that
also bears the name of Pope Honorius as the author,
Honorii Papae Adversus Tenebarum Principem et Ejus
Angelos conjurationes ex
printed at Rome in 1529. ThIS collectIOn of
conjurations is thought by many to be wholly differ-
ent than the text of the Grimoire but I do not know
of anyone that has seen the text, so to make a
claim would be vain to say the least. The posslblhty
of it being related to the Grimoire is indeed as high
as it not being so. The conjuration of the angels of
the air in the Grimoire makes the strongest case that
the present work has an older, more complex, lin-
eage than historians of magic have suspected.
John Davis
October 25, 1998
Traverse City, Michigan
(XIX)
(XXI)
THE LIFE OF POPE HONORIUS III
III
ONORIUS III was elected pope by the
method of compromise. This means
that the cardinals entrusted the choice
of the next pope to a committee. In
this case the committee was composed
of Ugolino, cardinal-bishop of Ostia, and Guido,
cardinal-bishop ofPraeneste. The two chose the aged
Cencio Savelli.
Cencio Savelli was born in Rome of a powerful
family. As a very young man he entered the ranks of
the clergy and rose to be canon of St. Mary Major,
cardinal-deacon and cardinal-priest. He worked for
Cardinal Hyacinth Bobo, and when Hyacinth be-
came Pope Celestine ill, Cencio became his cham-
berlain, or prime minister. While chamberlain, he
drew up a tax list which was of great value to the
papal government. After Celestine's death Innocent
ill likewise made use of Cencio's capable services.
Cencio was about sixty-eight years old when
chosen pope, and he accepted the honor with reluc-
tance. He was consecrated as Honorius ill on July
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
24,1216 at Perugia and was crowned at Rome on
August 6, 1216.
Honorius III was an attractive personality. He
combined love of learning, a practical aptitude for
affairs, and a charming kindliness. Though old,
Honorius threw himself into the work of ruling the
Church with plenty of vigor. He was determined to
carry out his great predecessor's plan for a new cru-
sade, and he made great efforts to get it under way.
In this he was not particularly successful. Emperor
Frederick II, who had vowed to go on the crusade
and was its natural leader, dilly-dallied and hemmed
and hawed down to the death of Honorius. Mean-
while the ambitious monarch secured the imperial
coronation from the hopeful Honorius on Novem-
ber 22, 1220. In 1217 King Andrew of Hungary led
a group of knights to the Holy Land, but accom-
plished little. Even more disastrous was the move-
mentled by John de Briennein 1218 which is known
as the Fifth Crusade. The crusade got off to a grand
start when the Christian army captured Damietta, a
key port in Egypt. The Sultan El Kamil actually of-
fered to surrender Jerusalem and other holy places
in exchange for Damietta, but Honorius guessed
wrong. Expecting Frederick to start any time now,
he declined the offer. The crusaders advanced on
Cairo, were trapped in the Nile Valley, and had to
surrender anyway. This fiasco was a cruel blow to
Honorius, but to the end of his life the gallant old
Pope continued to work for a new crusade.
Honorius worked hard to promote peace among
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THE LIFE OF POPE HONORIUS
Christian princes. Like Innocent III, he made his
influence felt in the far comers of Europe. He urged
Louis VIII of France to take over the Albigensian
crusade. In England he protected King John's little
boy Henry III and took measures to safeguard his
throne. He crowned Peter Courtenay as Latin Em-
peror of Constantinople in 12 17. He took a militant
interest in spreading the gospel among the Prussians.
Like Innocent III, Honorius favored the great
new orders of friars. He approved the Dominicans
in 1216 and the Franciscans in 1223. InJanuary 1226
he approved the Carmelites. The Cistercians, too,
felt the strong support of the pious Pope. A canonist
who contributed much to church law, Honorius took
a keen interest in the ardent intellectual life of the
universities. He granted privileges to the great uni-
versities of Paris and Bologna.
One of this kind pope's last acts was to help the
Roman people during a famine. Highly indignant
when merchants stored grain and sent prices sky-
rocketing, Honorius secured grain from Sicily to feed
his hungry people.
Honorius III died greatly respected on March
18, 1227.
(XXIII )
(xxv)
,CONSTITUTIONS DU PAPE HONORIUS LE GRAND
THE CONSTITUTION OF POPE HONORIUS THE GREAT
Le St Siege apostolique, a
qui les clefs du roy-aume de
Cieux ont ete donnees par
ces paroles de J.-c. a St
Pierre: Je te donne les cleft du
royaume des deux; a toi seul
puissance de commander au
prince des tenebres et 11 ses
anges, qui comme les
seIViteurs se leur maItre, lui
doivent honneur, gloire et
obeissance, par les autres
paroles de J.-c. Tu serviras
a ton seul Seigneur; par la
puissance des clefs, Ie chef
de I' eglise a ete fait Seigneur
des enfers.
Comme jusqu'a ce jour
les souverains pontifes ont
eu seuls la puissance
d'appeler les esprits et de
leur commander, la saintete
d'Honorius III, par la
The Holy Apostolic Chair,
to which were given the
keys of the Kingdom of
Heaven by these words, ad-
dressed to Saint Peter by
Jesus Christ: I give unto thee
the Keys of the Kingdom of
Heaven. To thee alone I give
the ability to order the
Prince of Darkness and the
angels, who are his seIVants,
and who obey him with
honour. And in these other
words ofJesus Christ: Thou
shalt worship the Lord thy
God, and Him only shalt thou
serve. Therefore with the
virtue of these keys the
Chief of the Church has
become the Chief of Hell.
But until the time of this
Constitution, only the Rul-
ing Pontificate' has pos-
sessed the virtue and the
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sollicitude pastorale, a bien
voulu communiquer la
maniere et Ie pouvoir
d'appeler et commander
aux esprits, a ses venerables
freres enJ.-c., ajoutant les
conjurations qu'il faut faire
en pareil cas, Ie tout
contenu dans la bulle
suicante:
Honorius.
Serviteur des servi-teurs
de Dieu: A tous et chacun
nos venerables freres de la
sainte Eglise romaine, les
cardinaux, archeveques,
eveques, abbes; a tous, etc.,
chacun nos fils enJ.-c. les
pretres, diacres, sous-
diacres, acolythes, exor-
cistes, lecteurs, portiers,
clercs, tant seculiers que
reguliers, salut et benedic-
tion apostolique. iI<
Dans Ie temps que Ie fils
de Dieu, sauveur de monde,
en-gendre avant Ie temps, et
ne selon son humanite de la
race semence de David,
vivait sur la terre, dont Ie
tres saint nom est Jesus,
devant lequel les cieux, la
terre et l'enfer doivent
power to command the
spirits and invoking them.
Now His Holiness, Honor-
ius ill, having become mel-
lowed by his pastoral duties,
has kindly decided to trans-
mit the methods and abil-
ity of invoking and control-
ling spirits, to his brothers
in Jesus Christ, the revered
ones; and he has added the
conjurations whi ch are
needed for this: and all is to
be found in our Bull which
follows.
Honorius.
Servant of the Servants of
God. To each and every of
our respected Brethren of
the Holy Roman Church,
the Cardinals, Archbishops,
Bishops, and Abbots; to
each one of our sons inJesus
Christ, the Priests, Dea-
cons, Subdeacons, Acolytes,
Exorcists, Cantors, Pastors,
Clerks whether Secular or
Regular; upon you all
health and the Apostolic
Benediction. iI<
In the times when Jesus,
the Son of God, the Sav-
iour, of the tribe of David,
lived on this Earth: we see
what power he exercised
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THE CONSTITUTION OF POPE HONORIUS
t1echir les genoux, on a vu
avec quelle puissance il a
commande aux demons,
laquelle puissance a ete
transmise a St Pierre; il a
dit: sur cette pierre je biitirai
mon eglise, et les pertes de
l'enfer me prevaudront
point contre elle. Ces pa-
roles furent adresses a St
Pierre, comme Ie chef et Ie
fondement de l'eglise.
Nous donc qui par la
misericorde de Dieu, som-
mes parvenus, malgre notre
peu de merite, au souverain
apostolat, et qui, comme
legitime successeur de St
Pierre, avons en main les
clefs du royaume des cieux,
voulant commun-iquer aux
esprits, qui nous etait
reserve a nous seuls, et dont
nos precedesseurs avaient
seuls joui, voulant, dis-je, en
faire part, par inspiration di-
vine, a nos venerables freres
et chers fils en J. -c., de puer
que dans l'exorcisme des
possedes, ils ne soient epou
vantes par horribles figures
de ces anges rebelles, que Ie
peche a precipite dans
l'abime et qu' ils ne soient
meme pas suffisamment
over Demons. This power
he passed on and commu-
nicated to Saint Peter with
these words: "Upon this
Rock I shall build my
Church, and the Gates of
Hell shall not succeed it. »
These were the words
which were addressed to
Saint Peter, he who was the
chief and the basic founda-
tion of the Church.
We, the undeserving
Pontiff, elevated to this
high office through the be-
nignity of God, and inheri-
tor as the successor to Saint
Peter of the Keys of the
Kingdom of Heaven, have
the intention and desire of
communicating this power
over the spirits which we
possess and which has until
now been known only to
those of our rank. By the
inspiration of God, we de-
sire to transmit and to share
this power with our re-
spected brethren and our
esteemed sons in Jesus
Christ. We feel that while
exorcising those who are
possessed they might be-
come overcome at the
frightful appearances of the
rebellious Angels who were
thrown into the Pit for their
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instruits de ce qu'il faut faire
et observer, et qu'ainsi ceux
qui ont ete rachetes par Ie
sang de J .-c., ne puissent
etre affliges d'aucuns male-
flees, et possedes par Ie
demon, nous avons insere,
dans cette bulle, la maniere
de les appeler, qu'il faut ob-
server inviolablement; et
parce qu'il convient que les
ministres des autels aient
autorite sur les esprits re-
belles, nous leur accordons
toutes lettres que nous
avons, en vertu du saint
siege apostolique, sur lequel
nous sommes monte, et
nous leur ordonnons, par
notre autorite apostolique,
d'observer inviolablement
ce qui suit, de peur que par
une negligence indigne de
leur caractere, ils ne
s'attirent la col ere du Tout-
Puissant.
sins, for they maybe not
well enough versed in the
things which they should
know and use; and we de-
sire that those who have
been redeemed by the
Blood of Jesus Christ
should not be tortured by
sorcery or possessed by a
demon, and so we have
added to this Bull the un- '
changable manner whereby
they may be invoked.
Because, too, it is correct
and right that those who
minister at the Altar should
be able to exercise power
over the rebel spirhs, we
entrust them herewith with
the powers which have thus
far been ours alone. And we
command them, by our Pa-
pal authority, to follow that
which follows this utterly
without change: otherwise
through some omission
they may attract upon them
the anger of the All High-
est.
(XXVIII)
1:hr <J3rrat <J3limoirr of ~ o p r !lonolin!
AD t MCCXX
EFORE beginning, the master of
this book should prepare for this
great work through confession,
communion and a three day fast,
_ ..... taking no nourishment other
than bread and water. With humble heart and
sins arraigned, not by the power of his own will
but by the omnipotence of God whose desired
purpose is written. He should put on the sur-
plice and stole and have consecrated wax candles
in readiness. Proceed from the eastern comer
then to each other cardinal point, bow and speak
the following.
NOTE BY SCHEIBLE: I present misspellings and clerical errors
this from a manuscript from the as to be completely ridiculous.
Infernal Library of a Schwabian Therefore, what could not be
farmer, who copied it from sorted out is printed word-for-
somewhere for purpose of the word from the original manu-
demon exorcism, with so many script.
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tl2lrid, southern * spirit of God, appear now,
whether you are now in the East or the West or
the North,t you who opens and conceals trea-
sures. I conjure you by the Almighty who from
nothing has created Heaven and Earth, by the
Judge over life and death! I conjure you by God
the Father t God the Son t and God the Holy
Spirit t and by all other names of the Great God
Elion t Tetragrammaton t, I conjure you by the
Holy VIrgin Mary; I conjure you by all the An-
gels and Archangels, Seraphim and Cherubim,
Thrones and Dominions, Prophets and Evan-
gelists and Apostles and all the Holy Martyrs,
Confessors t and all the Holy VIrgins, by the
Old and New Testaments t, by the Holy Sacra-
ment of the Altar t, by the Sun and Moon and
all the planets, by those who have fallen to Hell
t, by those who have willingly suffered pain and
death upon the cross. Appear to me here in hu-
man form, without causing terror or fear or
harm to my soul or my life. I command you to
answer all my questions in accordance with
truth. First, I command you, by all the afore-
mentioned names, to deliver to me all the trea-
"In the original, Mittiigiger, ternocht j literally, sunrise, SUD-
midday or astrological South. set, midnight.
t Aufgang, Niedergang, Mit-
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sures of gold and silver and costly pearls you
have within your power and to procure for me
everything which I and those in my company
are needful of; without gaining power over us,
neither in life nor after death. I command you,
leave these treasures and depart from here in
peace t.
tlThe conjurer must be fearless and coura-
geous, then no harm can be done to him. Be-
hold The Conjuration of Pope Honorius the Great.
II
FURTHER conjure you and command
your host of spirits to appear to me
when I call you with the names
which are contained in this book.
You shall appear to me in a pleasing and human
form as you are commanded; without harm to
our body or souls; without loud, discordant noise
or fire; and depart from here after this conjura-
tion without tarry or delay, as it is written herein.
Do quickly and exactly what I command, as is
in your power to do, without falsehood or de-
ceit. Should any of the spirits whose names are
entered in this book be in another place and not
able to appear, let them send to me a spirit pos-
sessing the same powers, who will perform the
same function and bind himself with oaths to
obey my command, or the command of he who
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owns this book. I will force you to wade in sul-
phur and fire for four thousand years if a single
one of my commands you do not obey. You shall
also call for me those who have the office and
power this book prescribes, so that the demon
you send appears instantly and brings about what
is commanded. I doubt not that you will fail to
appear if you are denied the reward of your la-
bors.
NOTE: Before it is opened this hook should he
consecrated and a Mass to the Holy Trinity
should he read. The incantation one speaks is
directly after the transformation of the bread
and wine. .
II
CONJURE you, book, to be useful and
to willingly serve in all your trans-
actions. Furthermore, I conjure you
through the power of the blood of
Jesus Christ, which is in this chalice, to prove
your usefulness to all who read this book.
NOTE: After this, one consecrates the hook in
the names of the Holy Trinity, three times, and
completes the consecration by making the Sign
of the Cross.
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THIS IS THE CIRCLE* I employ you in order
to constrain the Evil
c
MASTER
SPIRIT
A
Spirits, in the name of
the Father t the Son t
and the Holy Spirit t so
that they may not have
power to enter into the
circle and injure any-
one. Through the power of the almighty God
all spirits must obey us; after which: Forsake
me not 0 Lord! my God! depart not from me.
Come to my aid, my holy God! Almighty God
I pray to you to bless and consecrate this book
through the highest names which are written
herein so that it has p e r f ~ c t effect and the spir-
its in all places come in obedience to you. Let
all the spirits that are contained in this book
perform according to my will as often and as
much as I command without injury to my body
or my soul through the power of our Lord Jesus
Christ, to whom is the honor and the glory for-
ever, Amen!
• The illustrations given in
the original German are con-
sistently drawn as in this case,
i.e., around two intersecting
lines. Although they may have
been intended to be given in
the form of circles proper, I
have decided to maintain the
presentation of the original,
even if doing so might cause
momentary confusion to the
Reader. -Ed.
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OPENING PRAYER
tIl
ORO JESUS Christ, through your in-
effable mercy forgive me, and show
mercy to me. I invoke your holy
names, that of the Father t of the
Son t and of the Holy Spirit t so that my word
and my prayer may be agreeable to you.
Through the invocation of all the holy names
in this book which are consecrated by your holy
name, Jesus Christ! Alpha et Omega, Elison
Anathema Adonai Emanuel Sabaoth. Through
all names which are permitted to be pronounced
and through all holy names as are written in this
book. Through your sanctity and power they
are blessed. Through the divine power and the
holy sacrament of the precious body and blood
in which all power and efficacy is contained. Let
all experiments made with the spirits be through
the assistance of our Lord Jesus Christ to whom
is the honor and glory forever, Amen!
OPENING CONFESSION
invincible, invariable, immor-
tal, merciful, glorious, eternal God! Be not
mindful of my sins but hear the prayers of the
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sinners and as much as I am undeserving of your
grace, still bless my undertaking so that I may
receive the power to subdue and master the spir-
its of Hell and to compel them to obey my call,
appearing and departing when I discharge them,
yielding through your holy names Ena, Elion,
Gen t Aglat, Golat t, which, when they are spo-
ken, cause the currents of the sea to stop and
the earth to tremble, fire to be extinguished,
water to completely dissipate and the spirits of
Hell to fly before your mighty names.
II
N ALPHA t & Omega & Ela t Elaya
t Adonai t Ange t Avenaege t Let
this book be consecrated and all
spirits whose names are contained
herein obey me. who reigns over all,
to whom is the honor and the glory forever,
Amen!
ClN ow quickly put on the stole and surplice,
take in hand a lighted wax candle, sprinkle holy
water with a posy of centaury and then wrap
this book in a clean, consecrated linen, as the
innocent infantJesus must have been swaddled.
Then lay the book beneath the altar cloth for
three consecutive Fridays, beside the Gospel of
St. John and under the holy Mass, after which
bind it together crosswise with linen cord and
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keep it in a pure place until you have need of it.
THE CONJURATION OF THE AIR SPIRITS

DONAl! My heavenly and goodly Fa-
ther, have pity on me as a poor
sinner and extend your mighty arm
today, Amen! Strengthen me against
the spirits. Finally bestow, in consideration of
the divine perfection, that I may praise your holy
name Jesus Christ. I pray to you 0 Lord my
God, I call out to you from my innermost heart
that the spirits which I have summoned must
come and bring what I require and answer all
questions without lies or ambiguities. Also that
they not inflict harm of soul or body upon me
or anyone around me or frighten us with loud,
discordant noises and that they shall obey all
my commands through you my creator, you who
lives and reigns forever, Amen!
THE NAMES OF THE AIR SPIRITS
NOTE: This prayer is spoken on the day before
the one on which the air spirits will be sum-
moned. Also read a Mass to the Holy Spirit.
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R"'!=I.II N THE FOLLOWING day betake one
self to a solitary spot and speak the
following prayer, after which ap-
ply to the named angels, call them
I : I I I I I I I I I I ! ~ ~ to your aid and say: I pray to you,
spirits, to be favorable to me in my desires ac-
cordingly as I demand and that you come quickly
to me, to help and assist me in all things which
I afterwards shall ask, and that you bring my
desires to a good and happy outcome. As many
of you as there may be, I conjure you by Agios
Otheos t Isvios t Atthonalos t Alpha t et
Omega t and through the power and merit of
the glorious Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus
Christ and through the power of the holy names
of the great and living God, I conjure you to
readily accomplish my will, Chanca Teristrison t
Tan ha teritrisa tabue tabrena alitia alpha et omega
Adonai Jehova Adonai Adonai at honabos Agios
Ishiros Adonai Tetragrammaton Adonai. I con-
jure you, you obstinate spirits, readily appear to
me now, without loud, discordant noise and in
a pleasing form by the almighty power of the
mighty names of the great living God Adonai t
Sadai t Aa t Agiost Emanuel t Agios t Otheos
t Jesiros t Athanatos t Alpha t et Omega Holy
Lord God Tzabaoth t Bind this word Holy
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Spirit, most Holy Trinity, creator of all Nature,
again I conjure you aforesaid spirit, appear to
me in a pleasing form, in the names of God
Adonai t El t Elion t Elia t Adonai t Sadai t
LVX t Tetragrammaton t Alpha t et Omega t
Messias t Soter t Emanuel t Sabaoth t Sapiens
t Victor t Via t Veritas t Vita t Agios t Otheos
and by all the other names of God which are
known to mortals and immortals. I compel you
to appear here now. Again, I conjure you by all
the glory and the power of the divine majesty;
by all the twenty-four elect, who stand before
the countenance of God daily and ceaselessly
call to him: 'Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord Tzabaoth
t '; In the power of God the Father t and of the
Son t and of the Holy Spirit t. By the authority
of our Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the
crucified. Again I conjure you to immediately
obey my authority, assiduously, without violence,
and in a pleasing form and execute all my com-
mands. In the names of the Father t and of the
Son t and of the Holy Spirit t Amen!
End of the first conjuration.
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THE NAMES OF THE AIR SPIRITS
Michaell!4 Gabrielle
Gamboll!4 Raphael
Serachiell!4 Anaell!4 Kaphpiel
FORMAL DISCHARGE OF THE SPIRITS

CONJURE YOU, spirit N. N., who has
appeared before me, to depart from
me in peace and to return the place
which the Lord of eternity has or-
dained for you, through our Lord Jesus Christ,
who lives and reigns forever. I command that
you appear whenever I call you by your name
and stamp the ground thrice with my foot, and
that you accomplish my desires on the place
where I have called you .

OTE: One must call each spirit with
his name, then they will fulfill every
wish. They are named: 'i.u(ifn,
Slstarom, Slsmodai, 1:rDiamon,
<Bmap, 'f)ati.&ton & S!to\. Whoever
has perfected knowledge of these spirits will not
find it difficult to discover what has taken place
in all four parts of the world and all the spirits
will obediently fulfill your desires. They must
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serve you whether you be at home or under the
open sky. These spirit-princes are twenty-four
in number, they reign partly in the water, partly
upon the earth. One summons all of them in
the same way. Each has his appointed office. The
first three give their sigil and seal as one de-
mands from them. In them one perceives what
one wishes. They can be summoned at any hour
but only during the waning moon. The next
three have the power to make a person invisible
and to transport things from one place to an-
other when you command them to by means of
a stone which they will give you by the begin-
ning of the third day of the waning moon. The
following three of the named spirits bring what
a person desires from remote places, be it gold
or silver, but only on the fifth day of the waning
moon when it is setting. The last three arrange
meetings and are called on the eleventh day of
the waning moon at its setting.
LUCIUS CASER
«I.The first three spirit Princes are called:
ftlolo, Jlapr, jdOj the next three: 1Coosin, agathor,
arniadarnj the three after that: altaino, jusatinr,
Briadrsj the last three: BUgola, 1Causata, .Iotuda.
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Take note that 1Cuctus is also called 1:uctfu. He
sometimes goes forth from his place and com-
mands all the orders of spirits who follow him.
The conjurer must call them by rank and office
in a strong voice.
THE CONJURATION OF ASTAROTH*
II
N THE NAMES of the Father t of the
Son t and of the Holy Spirit, Amen!
The Divinity blesses me and pre-
serves me t The immeasurable
Good shelters me. The glory and unity t the
might of the Father t the wisdom of the Son t
protects me. The power of the Holy Spirit illu-
minates me t Alpha and Omega, God made
flesh, is alone true shelter and protection to me
through this holy invocation. In the name of the
Father t in the names of the Son t and of the
Holy Spirit, Amen!
~ I pray to you, mighty Lord, Jesus Christ,
that you will suffer me to conjure Sbtaroth, by
the terrifying day of judgment and the ascent of
the Lord to Heaven and his descent into Hell,
• Shtllroth comes in the form
of a young woman, gives gold,
silver, houses, etc. One must
call her nine times. She gives
secret advantage, in this capac-
i ty one cites her.
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through the deprivation, imprisonment and
death of our Lord Jesus Christ, and through his
resurrection, by almighty God, creator of All,
the visible and the invisible, by everything which
is in him, from the East, South, West or North,
upon land or in the sea, in sight of the Sun or
under the Earth; so that he immediately and
without delay appear before me in human form
without din and without cunning and truthfully
answer my questions and be submissive and
obedient to me as our Lord Jesus Christ was
submissive to his Father at his death.
appears as a crowned woman, upon
a tall horse who teaches secret sciences and heals
sickness; his realm is in the West. allarus, * an
old man, teaches languages, bestows rank and
power. 15. gladly gives answers. He re-
veals treasures, brings silver, gold and whatever
else qne desires. a crowned Prince, reveals
treasure and gives accurate answers. (J3arno[t, a
king, reveals treasures. amphmm, an old man, re-
veals treasures. Rmmt appears in the form of a
bird, teaches and heals sickness, stirs up quar-
*BLSloane 2731, 17thcen-
tury, fol. 5, "!i!gartll.B or !i!garu
teaches all Languages or Ton-
gues presently. He hath power
also to destroy Dignities both
Spiritual and Temporal."
t The useage here of the per-
sonage of Saint Peter as what
appears to be a servi tor of
Shmrorh is somewhat peculiar.
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rels and causes fools to dance. He is invoked
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday when the
moon is waxing. speaks truthfully,
strengthens the spirits and causes whatever one
says to happen. Rooon, only his upper half is a
man, with long beard and a crown upon·his head.
He gives answers, bestows concentration and the
ability to remember anything one wishes. J)aal,
a mighty eastern prince, bestows the ability to
become invisible and to be liked by the people.
Slgml, an old man, procures knowledge oflan-
guages, rank and wealth. He teaches astrology
and knowledge of things secret. !\mml heals
sickness and teaches knowledge of healing and
poisonous herbs. johann bestows the ability to
make oneself liked and opens any prison. 2lr11s
appears with two crowns and a sword in hand
and obtains favors from any person. ftlachin
teaches the workings of stones and plants and
will bring them immediately from distant lands.
jllballor procures the favors of princes. ap-
pears as an angel and makes one intelligent and
courageous. (J3£bqll teaches the language of birds,
makes one invisible and finds thieves and mur-
derers. appears as a body of clear water
and when one wishes will cause rain. lranph pro-
cures horses for as long as one has need of them.
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ftlargolas argues against everyone, carries off cit-
ies and palaces and rebuilds them at any given
place. teaches the workings of herbs and
stones, procures health and wealth and makes
one invisible. (5nrt'J! procures good workers and
locates murderers. (5cmar comes in the fonn of a
virgin, teaches all sciences and also appears in
the fonn of a bird, if desired.
GENERAL CONJURATION
OF THE SPIRITS AND DEMONS
RlP:::i;IlIn N THE name of God the Father t of
the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t
rise up and come, you Evil Spirits,
through the power of the King;
through the seven herbs in whose halls the spir-
its and demons are contained. Rise up and com-
pel N. N. to appear before me and answer my
demands and fulfill my desires, then power is
given to him from East and West, South and
North. I pray and command it of you, through
the power of the threefold, eternal substance
which is an invisible and unique essence. In the
names of the Father t of the Son t and of the
Holy Spirit t Amen. Return to your place in
the peace which is between us.
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FIRST CONJURATION: To the Ruler of the East
Ey micane and all Holy Martyrs,
through the power of the all highest, I command
you to quickly send N. N. to me to answer all
my questions or you must come yourself to do
my will. If you do not fulfill my wishes with haste
then I will constrain you through the power of
the Almighty to answer all my questions.
SECOND CONJURATION: To the Ruler of the West

AlMOND, very mighty prince who
governs the West, I summon you by
all the highest names of God. I com-
mand you by the power of the all-
highest names to quickly send N. N. here to an-
swer to me and to always do as I command. If you
do not then I will burn you and increase your pain.
THIRD CONJURATION: To the Ruler of the South
you who rules the South, I call you
through all the highest names of God, I com-
mand you by the power of the all-highest names
to quickly send N. N. here to answer to me and
to always do as I command. If you do not then I
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will compel you to do so through the power of
the holy majesty.
FOURTH CONJURATION: To the Ruler of the North
GINA, S!grlissG, <l3lirta, ))rirtG,
1Cutrrrrus, 'Rrbrdin, I call you
and I evoke you through the
Power of all Powers. Do not de-
lay in sending N N to me in a
human and pleasing form, or you yourself must
come in the name of the Father t of the Son t
and of the Holy Spirit t and be obedient to me
without threat to body or souL Come in human
form. I evoke you by all high, holy names, that
you yourself be prepared to come here or send
N N N N through the power of the living and
true God and by the strength which was com-
municated to me and through whose command
all things were created: the heavens, the earth,
the sea, under the earth and all which is within
it. I evoke you through the Father t through
the Son t through the Holy Spirit t and through
the Mother of] esus Christ the eternal Holy VIr-
gin. Through her purity and holiness, her fruit-
ful and useful virginal body and her breast, her
holy viscera and her holy milk which the Son of
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the Father suckled through his holy body.
Through every holy tear and every holy sigh
from his eyes and his breast at the time of his
painful suffering upon the holy cross. Through
all holy things which come to pass and should
come to pass in heaven as on earth which honor
our Lord Jesus Christ and the blessed VIrgin
Mary and everything which in the strife-filled
church is worshipped and venerated in order to
honor his holy name. Through the Holy Trin-
ity and through the precious blood which flowed
from his side. Through the Annunciation and
his becoming Man and his holy baptism and the
trembling and sweat which flowed from his body
and the weakness in which he spoke to his Fa-
ther: If it is possible, let the bitter cup of death
be taken from me. Through his heavenly ascen-
sion and the refuge of the Holy Spirit. ~
_ P ; : : ~ 1 P l EVOKE you anew, through the crown
of thorns which he bore upon his
head; through his hands and his feet
and through the nails of his cross;
through his wounds and through his tears which
he twice shed and by the pain which he suffered
for us with great love through all his holy limbs;
through the Holy Resurrection, through the
swaddling cloths which wrapped the baby Jesus;
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through the fruit which the VIrgin Mary car-
ried in her chaste body; through the interces-
sion of the glorious VIrgin Mary; through all
Holy Angels and Archangels; through the nine
ruling Spirits, Patriarchs, Apostles and Evange-
lists; through the Holy VIrgin and through the
chains and bonds of God; through the herald
John the Baptist; through the science of St.
Catherine and through all holy souls. *
FORMAL RELEASE OF THE SPIRIT
~ ~ n N THE name of that, in which all
things their have purpose ordained,
before which all knees bend, which
doesn't suffer that any resist His
power; through which I constrain you to remain
fast and unmoving and not leave from here un-
til you have fulfilled my will; through the power
of these boundaries by which you are confined
and which you can never cross. In the name of
the Creator of all beings. In the name of the
Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t
• When these evocations are
spoken and the summoned
spirits appear then they must
leave their sign in this book
over which one speaks the gos-
pel of St. John. Hereafter the
spirit must promise to come as
often as he is called. T hen re-
lease him, when you have given
something to him as a gift.
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return now to your place and peace be between
us and you. Be prepared to appear again as of-
ten as you are called.
NOTE: The Pentaculum [sic] must be conse-
crated and held up, together with the host,
during the Mass before it is sprinkled with
holy water. One must show this quickly to
the spirits who are disobedient to ones'
wishes, and speak thus: See in this your
means of coercion? Be then not obstinate
against our will and go now to your ap-
pointed place! Peace be between us and you
and be prepared to appear again as often as
you are called.
THE CONJURATION FOR THE DIFFERENT DAYS OF
THE WEEK ADMINISTERED BY THE SPIRITS

UNDAY: gzitl. It is spoken between
midnight and one in the morning.
When he appears, he will demand a
hair from your head. You must, how-
ever give him a foreign hair and not your own:
something from a rabbit. He demands it in ex-
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change for knowledge of treasure or other things
which one wishes to ask him.
COME COME
AZIEL AZIEL
II
CONJURE YOU, azld by all holy names
which are written in this book, that
you immediately obey me and that
you send another spirit to me who
will bring a stone which has the power to make
me invisible to eye and ear. I conjure you, so
that you go immediately where you are sent and
without causing harm to me, be subservient to
my desires and to the conditions which I have
made with you.
I PROHIBIT
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tlMonday: 1[.odfO'. The conjuration takes
place between eleven and twelve o'clock at night
or between three and four. The circle is drawn
with coal. The conjurer has holy water at hand
and wears a surplice.
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THE CONJURATION
II
CONJURE YOU, '!.DdfO' , through the
true God t through the holy God t
through the God t who has created
all things, I conjure you by the eter-
nal names of God t Alpha Omega Eloy Saday
Messias. I evoke, constrain and compel you by
the holy name of God which is made known
through the characters v.P.x. to send your spirit
to appear to me in pleasing human form, with-
out delay and who will give me answers to all
my questions and be unable to harm my body
or my soul.
tlTuesday: JRlmrod. Must be summoned be-
tween nine and ten o'clock at night. One gives
him the first stone which one finds.
OBEY ME
NIMROD
OBEY ME
NIMROD
OBEY ME
NIMROD
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THE CONJURATION
II
CONJURE YOU ~ r n r o d and command
you by all names through which you
can be constrained and summoned.
I evoke you Rlrnrod by all spirits and
by all creatures; by the Seal of Solomon which
will curse you and double and increase your pain
for all time if you do not come and do my will,
without harm to my body or my soul.
ClWednesday: Slstaroth. She is called between
ten and eleven o'clock at night. She procures
the favor of princes.
COME COME
ASTAROTH ASTAROTH
COME COME
ASTAROTH ASTAROTH
II
EVOKE YOU Slstaroth and command
you through the power of Jesus of
Nazareth, to whom all demons are
subjugated and who was born of the
Virgin Mary through the mystery of the angel
Gabriel. Again, I conjure you in the name of
the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit
t In the name of the glorious Virgin Mary and
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the Holy Trinity; all Angels and Thrones, Do-
minions and powers, Patriarchs and Prophets,
Apostles and Evangelists who never cease sing-
ing: 'Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord, the God of Hosts,
who is like a consumingflame to which you dare not
come. ' I command you through He who on the
day of judgment by fire which will come to judge
the living and the dead, that you not forsake him
to whom all honor and all praise alone is due.
Appear quickly and obey my will, and honor the
Holy Spirit, in his name I command you.
ClThursday S!charn. He is summoned be-
tween three and four in the morning. He ap-
pears in kingly fonn. One must give him some
gold in order that he speak. He will further men's
fortunes and reveal hidden treasures.
~ _ EVOKE YOU S!charn by the image and
the likeness of our Lord Jesus
Christ through whose death the hu-
man race has been redeemed.
Present yourself to me at once. I command you
by all the kingdom of God t Agios, I evoke you
by his holy name which causes lions and drag-
ons to tread the ground. Carry out my will with-
out doing hann to my body or my soul.
ClFriday: 'RaW£!. He is called between eleven
and twelve at night. One must give a mouse to
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him which he himself readily indicates.
THROUGH
THE LIVIN<;i
UNDYlNG&
REIGNING
GOD
COME
RAGIEL
COME
RAGIEL
THROUGH GOD
THE HOLY
EVOKE YOU 'Ragltl and command you
to come to me. I compel you
through the names Elai t Eloi t
Aglat taminabot t any and all holy
names which are written in this book. By the
Holy Sacrament of the Altar through which the
sins of mankind are redeemed. I conjure you that
you come without delay, without harm to my
body or my soul and carry out my commands.
tlSaturday: Rabara. He is summoned be-
tween eleven and twelve at night. As soon as he
appears give him bread and command him to
obey.
GO NOT GONOT
HEREIN HEREIN
GONOT GO NOT
HEREIN HEREIN
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! E i ~ m EVOKE YOU Rabara in the names of
,satan and :Brrlubob and in the
name of asmroth & all other Spirits
that you must appear when I com-
mand it of you and neither deceive nor injure
me, my body or my soul. I command you to
come without delay or send to me another spirit
who is like in power and who will carry out my
wishes and not disappear until I give him leave.
tlSix strong Conjurations, through which
the spirits are constrained to appear to the con-
jurer at the proscribed time and carry out his
will.
a
CONJURE YOU, Evil Spirit, who in-
habits this place, in whatever part of
the world you may now also be,
and whatever power you have been
given over this place by God and the Holy An-
gels I banish you through the might of the Fa-
ther t through the wisdom of the Son t and
MORNING MIDDAY
VIRTUS AGLAT
MIDNIGHT EVENING
imman S. TETRAGRAM
MATON
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through the strength of the Holy Spirit t
through the truth, which is always given from
the true LordJesus Christ, the crucified, the Son
of He who has created all creatures and who
has given you power over this place. Therefore
I command you, that of your own free will you
tell me your name, without guile or deceit.
Through the honor of the glorious Virgin Mary
and all that is holy I banish you from this spot
and send you to the depths of Hell. And speak:
Go forth, you cursed spirit, in eternal fire which
is prepared for you and all your company when
you are disobedient. I conjure, compel and com-
mand you powerfully. I compel you by the holy
names of God t Aon t Baid t Etar t Seboti t
Combin t Atur t Adonai tHen t Tetra-
grammaton t Sadai t Messias t Agios t Ischros
t Emmanuel t Alpha t so that you have no more
power to remain in this place. I command you
and tell you that the archangel Michael will cast
you to the prisons of Hell, as befits a devil. In
the name of God the Father t of the Son t and
of the Holy Spirit t.
«I.2lacod conceals and gives treasure to whom
he wishes, his region is the South.* Spirit
of affluence, his region is the East. :Achllrid pro-
• ftIltmg in the original or literally midheaven or astrological South.
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cures gold and silver, his region is the South.
<Bdllil teaches sciences, his region is the North.
JRadlll, spirit of legal proceedings, he effects the
judgment issued. He dwells towards the South.
:AnIlStll, spirit of love between man and woman,
he brings them together and preserves their love.
He dwells in the South. ftlllsid, the spirit of
armies, he imparts courage and vigour, his rule
is westwards. rules the fields, he drives
the enemy from the air and operates in the
South. :Azdi(Ql, spirit of the arts, operates in the
West. * <Brid rules over the sea and makes it calm.
He lives towards the East. !\t1rnim procures pa-
tronage and honored position, he lives towards
the South. JRamut, patron of thieves, is helpful
but also loses things. spirit of forests, he
favors animal lovers, he operates towards the
North. 1RIlmllloth opens prisons, he operates to-
wards the South.
THE END OF THE GRIMOIRE
WRITTEN BY
POPE HONORIUS THE GREAT.
ANNO. 1220.
. S!brnd in the original, or literally, evening .
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THE HANDWRITTEN CHAPTER *
Depama- ffi 143
lath
3 R. erbr Corratere
IiIP:::;:;:. SIGN and swear by my sigil which is
set at the end of this truthful manu-
script, first, that I, the spirit whose
name is written in this book, will
appear immediately and without delay in a pleas-
ing human form, without din, without trickery
and without blinding light or fire and bring
whatever the conjurer demands in whatever lan-
guage and manner he desires.
«lJngm zanium by my Word.
« l ~ o l u m pollum and as many as are dwelling
here, to judge and to promise to bring and com-
municate spirit to person, as this book states.
«l <a,uollum <9pium in whatever form is de-
manded by me; gold or silver made from mens'
hands which on any occasion he may require
for commerce. I will bring what the conjurer
requires without delay so that he may carry on
• This section is an Oath
which the spirit is to mark with
his sign or sigil. This section,
although unrelated to The
Grimoire of Pope Honorius, was
appended to the original
manuscript which was origi-
nally acquired by Mr. Scheible.
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business wherever he may live; buying and sell-
ing, building and demolishing and anything else
that he may desire.
[1
111 URTHER, I oblige myself, willingly, to
the conjurer, to deliver the longed
for treasure; whether it is now con-
cealed in the depths of the earth or
at the bottom of the sea. I also promise to trans-
form old coins into negotiable currency in cir-
culation where the conjurer lives.
«lFinally, I promise to protect the owner of
this written book from all danger and persecu-
tion from his enemies; to uphold his health and
to bear his sorrows so that he is never called
before the Law. On journeys I will escort him
and cause him to travel quickly and without
trouble. I will appear to him in human form and
speak with him in his mother tongue; give him
knowledge so that he understands everything
that he reads. I will fulfill all his wishes without
exception, without cunning or deceit, and with-
out causing harm to his body or soul. To the
confirmation of this promise I have attached my
sigil and signature.
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CITATION
m Come quickly without delay, my king
ftlmdial, and appear before me in pleasing
human form, and serve me as you have
sworn. Quickly, quickly and carry out my
request.
LICENSE TO DEPART
rI
0 IN PEACE to your place which God
has ordained for you, and retreat
quickly from me, but appear with
out haste where and when I require
you. Appear without discordant noise or with-
out causing harm to my body or soul, my rea-
son or my five senses [ ... ] and those that are by
me, and you should preserve me before all that
is harmful.
THE END
Final Observation
«lIf you want to summon a treasure-spirit
take earth in the hour which the moon is full to
,
be more precise put three spoonfuls of earth,
with a new pewter spoon, into a new piece of
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THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
paper and say: In the name of the Father I seek
you, in the name of the Son I find you, in the
name of the Holy Spirit I constrain you and in
the name of the Holy Trinity I command you
to appear visibly with your concealed goods and
leave what I desire from you in the place from
which I have taken this earth.

GO ADJURO te custodem hujus thesauri
in hoc loco a quo terram habeo per
schazlo Goreb Agla siosmas nacus
gaddurus et ulla odoi sabarlitt amara
et miheline omni mora in spesi aprexum signo
terribilem foe onri damno et issione corporis et animae
visibiliter comburens et omnibus maudalis meis
obtemperes. Amen m.
THE EXORCISM

OU SPIRIT and evil soul! I bind you
and conjure you with these words
of power with which Solomon
evoked and banished the spirits,
through Tetragrammaton Agla Mothom prin-
cipia moritura maschilam corporis maschiliam in
facto.
«lSpeak thrice: Siko alam aca.
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DISMISSAL
tJ.Speak thrice: masar Rader Risie isuam
polmarasi test mar ofa.
To THE GENTLE READER!
II
HE PRECEDING is a true account from
the printed book of the great
grimoire, with the useless and frivol-
ous passages left intact. A pious
priest, whom God has blessed with insight and
grace, and who has this book in hand, will, by
the above mentioned ceremony, compel the evil
spirit and should obtain his signature.
flI
HEN THE priest christens the book
he should bend back the comers at
three places using the chrism and
should not touch the book with his
hands, doing this with as much care as is ap-
plied to the Host. At this time the Mass is read,
both the banishing and the invocation, in the
order in which it is here arranged.
tJ.First, before beginning the three day fast
of bread and water, one must read the Mass in
honor of the Holy Trinity over this book; after
which the priest baptizes it.
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
tJ.Before him the engraved Pentaculum must
be arranged and using the centaury he must
sprinkle it with holy water.
£l
ow ONE summons the air spirits as
has been previously indicated. It is
good also to read a Mass to the Holy
Spirit at that time. The following
night the priest begins with the constraint* and
the prayer which is given here in Latin. Then
the recitation of the mass with the application
of the prayers. Then the other conjurations
which are to be read when the priest demands
the spirit's signature and obedience. Ere the
spirit is banished give him something for his
troubles. The priest reads the constraint every
night until the spirit finally appears. At that time
he must speak with the spirit as a Lord to his
servant, being intrepid and firm, then the spirit
can cause him no sorrow. Be courageous, read
this little book through many more times, so
that the directions are understood and followed
with no mistakes.
ffi Laudetur Jesus Christus! ffi
• I!Zmangmt6s in the original, or literally, ' force-mass.'
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Rlt
A G
Elohim
Sabaoth
C A
Refonnario Frons. F.
Fok mario Or mario
MISSA CONJURATORIA
t
qJrmtia duff sarndos priusquam Inripit missam
pracclsc In nomlnc sanctl
slmltalls patris, filii tt sancti cyonn
om cathoUca gpostoUca [t sancta 'Romana
Ecrlfllia citc ordlnatDs tt conSf(fatDs pmc pot[ stalmn
qoam lonldc Cit[ habco [onjoro t[ ft adjoro Zflomcc ct
zhmonrorml principf111 gmt Dim rt potflltatfm hojos
sanctisslmc mlsrdlossnly ft pmnmta domlnii noDI juo
qOf111 alton gio rt mmc qootidlr rt In mttnltfl'
ft pn Inolncibilf111 jOCtD(f111 In grrorum qoll [oncloncr ruipat
f)fi gmltricf111 filariam ct pn so am artf111 rt post
t parom jJlbatam nlglnltolcf111 opn do am ponotl dlmam
Intfl'(fllslonrm rt omnlom sanctorum prcmmm nooororrm
adfoocintina jam In oo[olorum patriarrharum sanctorum, qoos
doodrcim arrhangdorum qoatDor fDangdlstarum sanctorum
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
tf)! sncgom .&pccinlitn bmtisslmac Dirginl mlrillansili aritt tt
pmf111' em sanrti.sslmc al'l'llc ilIorum tt potmtiam ilIormn
qOf111lam prml pro Inlttatis mam f)fDlI ipmntsl socc ardoti
(samdoti) obmlt mam tt mmlso pmfllmti solmn S!uUm
jlrulac flCodalonc gmmco dlontirulo tt hoc smUm mf111mdo
obmdlos ft mco pUto sntis sams odpnloos mlnlstros
dcsoruntln onnc dftf111lmantm Icerum n smbona ri nor In
conanomtDbus obtalom sotttncc In rmoa ncc mori obsrordit[c
ofllonro srmplam sill omf)! dolo rrondf ct golacia gim tn1'9
mollnbos nrmpc slm rum Is jamdcollsorroro sinc omlru caroll
ocmomm corpori tt rinncc (anlmar).
It is Done!
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FIGURE X
FIGURE XI
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I)as sogrnanntt <Brimorium odtr dtr
groijt <Brimior drs 1\onorius*
AD t MCCXX
'BO' 2tnfang difSfS
lauttt also:
'BO' ftlrtstO' Ilitsts
soli, beoor [r di[SfS b[ginnt ,
dorm Q:ommunion und
dttitagigts j\1sttn, ktin[ andm
Jlohrung aLs Dl9ssO' und
I U sieh nmmmd, mit dtmiithi-
gtm !lmm, und sieh sriner
anklagtnd, IU d[m
groijm Wak[ oorbO'dttn, ond
nicht dO' dgmm
sondtm dO' 9l1g[malt <5ottts
die gemiinsrhtm Wirkongtn
!DSchrdbm. l:r solllthomtmd
und anl(gm, g(mdhrr
WachsknZtn in
hab[n, oon rim Eck( in die
andm gmm, ttst Btgm esttn,
dann gtgm dit andtm !\Immds-
g[gmdm sim oa1Jmgmd, ond
mit folgt sprtmm:
Ariel, mittagigu C5dst
<5ottfS, S(gfSt do nun g(gm
9of- odn Ritdugang odu
g[g(n ftliUfrnacht, du du
iiflilfSt ond on1rirgst,
ich bmhmiin dich btl d[m
9Umachtigm, dO' aDS .Rimts
!limmd ond l:rde mmor, bri
dtm 'RImtO' iibn ubmdigt
und 1:odtt! Jm btschmiirt dim
. Dies gebe ich nach einem Manuscript aus der infernal-
ischen Bibliothek eines schabischen Bauern, der den Unsinn,
welchen er irgendwo Behufs des Teufelsbannens abschrieb,
durch unzahlige Schreibfehler vollends lacherlich macht.
Dasjenige, was gar nicht zu entwirren war, ist wortlich nach
diesem Manuscripte abgedruckt.
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ba <Bott d£m t <Bott 2:umt bffehlt ich dir ba allen
d£m t und <Bott d£m h. hiichsttn obengenannttn .Ra.
<5dst t und bd allen andern mm, do mir den uon
.Ramen des <Bottu <Bold, und kiistlichen
Elion t Tetragramma- den du untcr dfincr
ton t, Ich buchmiire dich bd <5aoolt hast, ausHd'an mollut,
dcr hdl. jungfmu ftlaria, ich so mie 9llu, mas mir und dm
buchmiin dich ba allm Erigdn ftldnen niithig ist, mlr ocr.
und £rungtln, und schalfut, mie auch allm Bmm
a::JJcrnbinm, und llIronm und die in mdna <Befdlschalt sind:
!\mschaltm, und ohne du ftlacht iiba uns
)!oQngctisttn und 9posttlttund gcminnut mola im 1.cbm noch
allm hdl ftlart!!.rcrn, )Jdchti· nach d£m 1:4dt. jch befehle dir,
gem t ond allm hfiligm dium zo omassm und
jungfmum, bd d£m alttn und uon hia zu schddm in .:frioltn
nruen 1:utammt t, bd d£m t.
hdl. du glm!'.S t. (Bcr )Jeschmiim sc!!.
ba ftlond und allen furchtlos und bebmt, denn u
und ba d£m, da dich kann ihm kien 1.cid guchehen.
in die ttolle gutiirzt hat t. bd die )Juchmiirnng du
d£m, da und 1:4d an d£m !\onorius du <Bro.
du £mJzu zu laden
sich ubot, du mir har .:ftrna buchmiire ich dich und
mchanst in mmschHcha <Be· befehle tuch <Btiste!'.Schaartn
smlt, ohnt mir oda alltn, Ihr mir alsogltich
.:fUrcht zu [1'f(gcn, noch mir an e!'.Schanet, menn ich ruch mit
da oda am :(dbt zu jmm .Ramm rufe, die in diu£m
schadm, mola mir noch dmm )Juche mthalttn sind, und zmGr
die ba mir sind. 1ch befthlt di; sollt ihr mlr trScheinen in
du mir jede j rage du menschlichcr und angenehma
Dlahrhdt bmntmortut. <5umlt, mit ruch bffohlm mird,
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
und dims ohne zu unsmn
an 1.db oda
auch nicht mit <Betiis und im
jma, soone auch, ihr gldch
nach )Juchmiirung uon hinnm
schmindn, ohne Dleite und
zu thun, mas hierin
,Ouch ric ben sttht, und almds
thut, mas ich befehlt, iibcrhaupt
oda insondcrhat, nachd£m ihr
<Bcmalt £mpfangen habt, und
diuu ohne 1.0,0 und j alsch.
find solltt dna da <Basw,
denn .Ramen in d£m )Juche
dnguachntt, In an£m andan
CBrte mohnen und nicht
mchdnm ltiinnm, su schicllf a
mir finen andern <Bfist uon
glficha <Bewalt mie jena, als
den ich bcrnfm merdt, a
diudbe thut, und
sich mit fin em duu
ncrbinde, mfintm )Jefthl zu
gthorsamtn, mir odfr dtm
)Jesitm dims )Jnchts; ich
mcroe ruch gebimn, uintllUStnd
jahre in und j rua zu
mattn, menn fin anzigcr uon
tuch diu£m )Jefebl nicht .:folgc
lfistet. jhr sollt mir auch
denjmigm nmnen, da dlIs grot
hat nnd die <I3mlJlt, diou :&ch
anzundunm, much£m ihr 1:mfd
augcnbHaJich mchdnm l1Iiissct,
und mas ruch befohlm ist, zu
btmaksttlligm, mal ich nicht
zmane, daq ihr ausbldbt, mtnn
man euch dtn 1.ohn cum
Whm oamdgnt.
(gnm. Bims )Juch soil
gemdht St!!.n, und lue man,
btuor tS gtiifTntt mird, dnt
ftluSt zur hdl. Brdfaltigkdt.
Bit )Jeschmiirungsformel
spmht man gldch nach du
Dlandlung du )Jrodu und du
Wdnu,)
,Jch buchmiirt dich, )Jnch,
daq do niitztich Sf!!.tst, allm, die
sich ddner utdimm mollm in
allm ihnn <BuchQltm. 2Ioch
buchmiirt ich dich durch die
&aft du )Jlntu jun a::JJri.sti,
das in diu£m tiotlch ist, do
alltn dtnen, dit dlch lescn
mudtn, ddne )Jrauchbarktit
btmQhr.st."
(anm. ttanach mdhe man ts
im .Ramm du alltrhaligstm
Bnifaltigkeit , und zmar
dmmal, hanach uolltnde man ts
mmn man dlIs £mJz schlagt):
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,Jch gebmoche dich, urn die
bosfR <5dstfr im 2:aome zu
halun ond zo zmingen im
Ramen des t , des
t. ond des h. <5tistts t
damit sie nicht <5emalt haben,
in den 1>.rcis zo trctfn ond
jemanden zo beschadigen."
Bies ist da &cis.
"Baij uns aile <5tister gehor-
chen miissen dorch die <5cmalt
des allmachtigen <5ottts"
'!tanach:
mich nicht 0 '!trn!
mcin <130m mcicht nicht nun mir,
kmnm ZU !tilfe mir, <I3ott mcines
'!tfils! 911machtiga <I3ott, ich
bim dich, do mollest diem
mfihen und segnm dorch
die hochsttn .Ramm, die darin
geschriebm sind, damit es fine
nolikommmc UJirkong hat, ond
die <5rtsttr alia errm kDmmm,
mo sic imma sf)!n mogen, daij
sic dir gehorsamm, ond alles,
mas in diesem mthaltm
ist, thon nach mfinem UJillm,
so oft ond .60 nid ich bcfehle,
ohne mfines Uibes
odtr mfiner £'tde, dorch die
<5emalt onsClU '!term jeso
Q:Msti, dtm Btl!. ond
<5lorie in alltn CZtitm, 9mm!"
(elfmes
,,'!tm jeso Q:hrist, dorch
dont unaussprtchlicht
Zigkot nmoht mir, ond crbarmt
dich mfintr, indem ich dfintn
htHigen Ramen anrofe, des
:eattrs t des t ond des
h. <5tistts t. daij mein UJorr
ond <5tbet dir mohlgtfallig sf)!
dorch dit 9nrufimg alia hfiligm
.Ramm, so in diesem sind
grmciht dorch dfinen hfiligen
.Ramm, jeso Q:hristt! 9lpha
et Omega, elison anath-
ema Adonai Emanual
Sabaoth, dorch aile .Ramm,
diE alaobt sind aoszosprtchen,
ond dorch alit htiligt .Ramm,
so in diesem geschriEbm
sind, dorch ihrt '!tciligkfit ond
amft Sf)! dieses aoch gestgntt,
dorch dit gottliche ftlacht und
des htil . £,acramcnts dts
kostbarsttn uibes und
damit es aile 1>.raft ond
'UJirkong empfange, aile
zo machen mit den
<5eisttm, dorch den
onseru '!term jeso Q:hristi ,
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dem sf)! ond <5lorie zo
allen CZtitm, 9mm!"
(Bas offene £,chold-
bekmntniij. )
.. 'tinobmuindlicha, 'Ilnoa-
andcrlichcr, 'tinsmblichcr,
<5lomichcr,
'1anendlicha <50tt! mogest do
nicht mfina gedenkm,
aba das <5ebet des £,ondm
crhortn, ond miemohl ich dfina
<5nade onmtirdig bin, dmnoch
meint 'tinttmthmongm segnm,
daij ich die 1>.mft tmpfangt, die
<5fister da '!toile zo bandigm,
ond sie zo zmingen, dan Sit,
gehorsam mtinem 'Rofe, sidh
tinmllm, ond menn ich sie
wieder mtlam, mfichm dorch
dtinen heiligen .Ramm Ena,
Elion, Gen t Aglat, Golat
t. mElche, menn sic aos-
gesprochen madm, das ftlm
in sfinem 1:aofe hemmm, die
j!n}e trbebm machm, das .:frua
ucrloschm, aile UJasser zer-
stltUen, die <5eister da '!ttille
niehen oor dtinem mQchtigen
.Ramm.
En Alpha t et omega et
ela t elaya t adonai t ange
t avenaege t daij dicses
gtmfiht Sf)! ond aile <5tister,
dmn Ramen darin aos-
gtZcichntt sind, mir gthorsamm.
Beyzacdain, dcr 911es
ngicrt, dem Btl!. ond
<BIorie zo allm CZtittn, 9mm!"
jtm lege eilmds £,tola ond
Q:horhemd an, nehme tine ange-
zondm gtmfihtt UJachskmc
zor '!tand, spritzt UJfihmassa
mit ond
mickle dann dims in
saobms gemfihtts fin,
mie das ondscholdige jesos-
kindlfin monu tingemicktlt
merdm. 91sdann legt es dm
.:fmtagt nachcinander onter das
9lttrtuch, nach der £'fitt des
johannesmangdiums, onter da
h. ftlesBt, hanach binde es mit
fin em 1:.eintoch knozmfiBt
zosammm, ond nmuahrt cs an
onem mnm em, bis do urn
bcdarlft.
(Bie da uft·
gtister.)
<5ebet.
SIdonai! mon himmlischa ond
gotlgtr erbarme dlch
mona als cines armm
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und sntrkr hrott donm ann da
21l1macht aus, 21mm! starke
mich mida die <5rtsca, omdhe
endlich, daij in 21nbttracht da
giittlichm ich
dfinen heiligen Ramm ,jesu
a:hristt miige lobm und prrtsm.
ich bett zo dir, 0 <5ott mdn
!Urr, ich mft aus dcm innmtm
mdnes !teruns, damit die
(5dstfr, mdche ich citinn
merde, kommen miisnn und
bringm, mas ich omange, und
aos aUe ,:fragm ohne 1:.ug und
2modrotigkfit antmortm, auch
nicht zofiigm mir oda
,jemandm, drr urn mich ist,
mrorr an der noch am
1:.dbf, auch nicht uns eTsch·
rem durch <5etiise, und daij
sic aUm mdnm gehor·
samen durch dich meinen
drr du lebst und
regimt zu aUm iZritm, 21mfn!
(.Ramm da 1:.uftgdsca.)
21nmtrk. Bfisu (5ebn
mude einen t:ag zuoor
guprochm, an mdchcm man die
1:.uftgdstfr citiren mill, auch
lue man dne fllfSse zum h.
(5fist. 21m folgmdtn t:ag
begibt man sich an einen
dnsamen ert, und spmhe
narnstthmdfS (5ebtt, hanach
mmde dich zu den gtnanntm
l!ngeln, rufe sic urn ihrtn
an und sprich: ,.)ch
bett zu euch, ihr (5rtsca, daij
ihr mir giinstig sf)!d in mdnem
demgemaij ich
omange, daij ihr dlmds zu mir
kommt , mir zu helfen und
bdzustthm in 21Ucm, mas ich
nachha fragm made, und daij
ihr es zu finem guun und
gliicklichm 2lusgang bringt.
odIc rom auch Sf!!n miigm, ich
bfschmiirf fuch durch agios
otheos t Isvios t atthon-
alos t alpha t et omega t
und durch dif araft und
dcr glomichtn
,jungfrau fllaria, da flluCttr
,juu ond dorch die
araft du hell. Ramms du
groijm und lebmdigm <5otttS,
beschmiin ich euch, daij ihr
alsbald mdnm ;gillm oollbringt
chane a teristrison t tan
ha teritrisa tabue tabrena
alitia alpha et omega
Adonai J ehova Adonai
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
Adonai at honabos agios bekannt dfn ond
ishiros Adonai tetra- 'llnsttrbJichm, ich zminge roch,
grammaton Adonai. ich daij Ihr jmt heir trschdnt.
buchmiire dich midmpcnstlga mroa bfSchmiire ich dich duTch
(5eisc also, daij du mir aUe (5lorie und 21Umacht da
unocrmeilt erschfinsc, ohne giittJichm fllajfSt9t, dumh die
(5ttiin in lieblichtr (5fStalt, 21 2lusamahltm, die oor dcm
duTch die allmachtlge araft da 21ngfSichtt <5otttS stthm und
hdligm krliftlgm .Ramm du taglich ond anautbiirlich ihn
groijen lebtndigen (5otus anrofm: ,,!\dlig, holig, hdJillist
Adonai t Sadai t aa t agios da !tar t" und in da
t Emanuel t agios t
otheos t jesiros t athan- des t und du h.
atos t alpha t et omega (5fisces t in dem 21nnhm
htll. !tm <5ott t unsatS !trnn,jfSU a:hri.sti Don
Biens ;gort blndft heil. .Razareth, dfS (5tkrmzllltm;
(5rtst, aUahdJigstt Brdfaltlll' mirotr bfSchmiiff ich dich, daij
kdt, aller ;gmn; du alsobald in mdne <5mxJlt dich
miedtr bmhmiin ich dich, begtbfSt, ohne 'tinjfStiim, mit
obgmannca <5rtst, daij du mir l!m.sillkfit, in amnuthiga (5[.
in anmuthilltr <5fStalt ersch· stalt, und oanchttSt aUe mdne
dnfSt im Ramtn (5ottcs t im .Ramm du
Adonai tEl t Elion t Elia t du t und dfS h.
t Adonai t Sadai t lux t (5rtsttS t 21mm!
tetragammaton t Alpha t (l!nde der ustfn
et Omega t Messias t miimnll.)
Soter t Emanuel t Sa- !lie .Ramm da 1:.uft1ltisttr:
baoth t Sapiens t victor t fllichad, (5Qbrid, (5Qmad,
via t veritas t vita t agios 'Raphad, 21nad,
t otheos und duTch aUe aOOan aBphpid.
Ramen (5oms, die da sind l!ntlaijungsformel dtr
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
(5tisttr:
ich btSchmiirt dich, (5fist
N.N., dtt du mir mchienm
bist, DOn mir in 1rieden zu
mdchen, und on den ert zu
gehtn, mdchm dir <5ott Don
htr btStimmt hot dorm
unscrn !tmn jtSUm QJJristum,
dtr do Itbt und rtgitrt zu ollm
ich btfthle dir zu
mchdnfn, so oft ich sich bfi
dtintm llomm ruff und drtimol
mit d£m .:fuijf dif 5lIf snnnpff,
doij du oollbringtst mfin
9n d£m em, mohin
ich dich citirtn mtrdf.
Slnmfrk. ftlon muij jfdm
mit sfin£m llomm nmnm, donn
mndfn sit alit Wiinscht
erfijlltn. hdsm: 1:uciftr,
Slsmroth, Slsmodoi,
1:fDiothon,
(5fOOP, B9riston, Slrol. Wtt
Don dicSfn (5cist£rn cinc
oollkommmt funnmiij hot, d£m
wird tS nicht schmtt mtrdm zu
mohrtn, WQS in olltr t 1:hfilm
dtr Wdt gtSchimt, und sich dic
(5fistfr in Slllcm, mas m9n
ofTIongt, gmorsom mochtn.
miissm dir dimtn, Sf\!.tSt do nun
zu !tOUSf odtr onttr frficm
!timmtl. sind diutr
(5tisttrfiirsttn 2t 9n dtt
die 00 rtgitrm thfils im WWtr,
thfils auf dtt ftlon citirt
sic ollc zugldch. jfdtt hot stin
bmimmtts Slmt ; dit dui
gtbm ihr und
so man tS Don ihnm
btgchrt. in ditScm trblickt man
mas m9n miinscht, ftl9n kGnn
sit olle.2lit citirtn, obtt nor in
abnmmmdm ftlonde. Bit drti
ondtrn h9bcn dic (5cmolt ,
unsichtb9r zo m9chm, und dtint
Don eincm ert zum
ondtrn zu trQgm, und zm9r
mitttist tintS dtn sie
bti dtSsm Slufilong am drltttn
'tag dtS obnmmmdtn ftlondtS
dir gcbm, sobold do sit dozu
zmingut. Brti ondm dtr
gmonnttn (5tisttr bringm ous
mtferntcn emn, mas man
oerl9ngt, tS sfy (5old und
doch nur am fiinfttn 'tag
dtS 9bnehmendcn ftlondtS bd
dusen 'llnmg9ng. Bit
1:ttzten ordnm
kiinstt und bcmfm me am [(rtfn
'tag dtS obnmmmdcn ftlondtS
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
bti dwm 'llntt1]llng.
1:ucius
Bd drd trsten (5tisttr-
liirstm hdijcn: ftlolo, Rape,
ido, dif drd ondcrn: 1:onsin,
Slgothof, Slmiodom, dit drfi
oorlftZttn: Sllmino, jusotine,
Briodes, dit drfi Ittztfn:
ftligolo, 1:o0soto, Xotudo.
bfmtrkm ist, d9ij 1Cucius
S.0.9. 1:uciftt htiijt. gtht
tinmol ous sfin£m ert herous ,
ond niithigt Sif, dm unttr ihm
stthfndfn (5fisttrordnungm
.:folgt zu Idsttn, ditSe wimtr
dm ihnfn oorgtsftzttn u.s.m.
miintn narh 'Rang und
Slmt Don d£m mit
storktr ongtroffn
mtrdm.
Bit Slsmroths.
im .Romm dtS t dtS
t und dtS h. (5tisttS,
Slmen! Sfgnt mich und
bfmohrt mirh die (5otthtit t ts
bthiite mich die uneTmeijliche
(5iite, ts btSchiitZf mich t die
(5lorie und t die
ftlorht des t die
Wtishtit des t ts
meuchtt mich dit &aft dtS h.
<5tisttS t Alpha ond Omega
<5on und ftlensch Sf\!. mir durch
diese h. Slnrufung 911dn ein
rtichtt und 1m
.Romm dtS t 1m llomm
des t und dts h.
(5eisttS t Slmm!
,Jch bim dich, mach tiger
!tm, jfSU QJJrist, do molltSt
mir zulosscn, dic Slsmroth zo
btSchmiirm dorm dm 'tag dtS
mchrtcklichtn <5trichts und dic
Slutr9hrt dtS !tum zorn
md und sfin !tlnobstfigtn zor
!tiille, durch dit
(5cf9ngensch9ft ond 1:od
OnSfTtS !tmn jtSo QJJristi,
dorm stine Sluftrstthung, dorm
dm 911machtigm (5ott 911tr
(5tSchiipfe, dtt sichtb9rtn und
unsichtborm, doTCh SllltS, m9S
in ihm ist, gcgm ftlorgm,
ftlitmg, Slbmd oder ftlitttt-
n9cht, 90f d£m undt odtt 1m
ftlmc, in Slngesichtt dn
odtr unttr dtt doij
tt 91sbold ond unotrmfilt DOT mir
mchfine, in menschlichtt (5[-
smlt und ohnt (5ttiiSf, ohnt
Slrglist mir dit W9hrhtit oof
mdnc 1rogcn 9ntmom, mir
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
ontnthlinig ond gehol'Bam S[j!,
mie onser !\rn jesus a:hri.stus
ontnthlinig mar stinem
bis in drn 1:od."
21nmrrk. 2l.staroth Itommt in
jongfrliolichcr <Bcstalt, gibt
<Bold, !\lioser o.s.m ..
Blan moij sic abu nconmal
anruftn. gibt hfimlichtn
<Bcminn, in dlrser
orin man sic.
.Racma trscheint als fine
gekriintf .:frao, aof hohcm
Ichlt grhtimc Dissrn-
schaft, htilt &ankhtitrn, sdn
'R[\ch ist gegcn 21bend.
21garos, cin <Brfis, lehrr
gibt !\tr\'Bchaft ond
ftlacht. gibt gtrn
Cf mcist
btingt <Bold, ond mas
man sonst otrlangt. fin
gckriinw .:fiirst, mcisH,
gibt gutt 2lntmort.
<BamoH, tiiinig, mcint
21mphf\'OR, tin <BrcI.s,
meint .Rmnt
mrhtint in Ichlt
ond hcilt tirankc, rcgt zorn
aof ond .RaITen zorn
'l:anu. lnh rufe mtn Blitt-
morh, .:frotag ond
bfi marhstndtm Blonde an.
rcdtt IOOhrtmftig, .stlirkt
dic <Btisttr, ond bcmirkt, daij .sit
21l1rs sagrn miissrn . .Remon,
nor zor obtrn !\lilftf ftlann, mit
langem tinc 1ironc aof
dtm !\aoptc, gibt 21ntmort,
offleiht <Bedlirhtniij ond
Erlnnmngsftihigkfit alles
drssrn, mas man mill. fin
mlirhriger otitntalischtr jl!I'Bt,
er msrhafTt dic <Babe, sirh
on.slchtbar ond bti drn 1:.mtrn
bdicbt ZD machm. 21gfl'Ol, tin
<Brcis, otrschafft
kcnntnis, !\msrhaft ond
'Rfichthum, Ichlt dic funntniij
offborgcnff Bingt ond
21srrologie. !Hnffal htllt
&ankf, und Ichlt dit funntniij
dff hfilsamtn und giftigtn
tit'liottr. johann (?) omrhafTt
dic <Babc, sirh bclicbt zo
machrn, iilliltt aile (5[fangni.s.st
21r1is ersrhfint mit zmfi tiro-
nm ond finem in der
!\and, mschafTt <Bunst bfi
jrocrmann. Blarhin Ichrt die
iDirkong dtr ond
tirliottr, ond bringt sit im
(50 )
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
21ugtnblicke aos dtn ent-
ferntesttn findern. jilbagor
otr.sdlllfTt jl!rstrn.uun.sr.
mchtint mit fin Engd, macht
omtlindig ond bchmt. <Bebcpl
Ichlt die der
marht onsichtbar, ond flingt
Biebc ond Bliirdff. CZomal
trsrhdnt als <Bemassnmr,
bcmirkt aof daij es
ngnc. otr.sdlllfTt
so lange man .sit bmochrn mill.
Blargolas smim mider
jmtrmBnn, tr9gt ond
ab, ond ommt .sic
an belitbigt em. Ithlt
dif iDirkong der tit'liuttr und
omrhafTt <Bcsundhfit
ond 'Rtirhthom, marht on-
slchtoor. <5atr)J. otr.selJafTt 1I1Itt
Mfittr, fQngt ftliirder. <Btmar
Itommt in <Bcstalt finer jungfum
t Ithrt alit iDis.scnsrhaft t
mchfint aoch in

21l1gtmfint der
<Btisttr und 1:tufd.
lm .Ramrn <Boms drs
t, des t ond des
htiUgm <5tistcs t Erhebt com
. ond Itommt, ihr biism <5tisttr
doTch die &aft fines tiiini1l.8,
dorrh die siebrn tirliottr, in
dmn cinem dit <Bfister ond
'i:eofd cnrhalten sind in der
!\Qlle ond zmingct .R. .R oor
mir ZD mchfinrn, ond aof mtin
ZD antmottrn, ond ZD
ufti II rn , mas ich oerlangt,
nachdem ihm <Bcmalt gegcbrn
ist Don 2lofgang ond .Rimer-
.!IBng, ftlittag und ftlitttrnacht.
lrh bittt und bcfehle es corb
doTch dit <BtmQlt dwrn, da
drfifliltig, tmig ond gldrhtr
l.sr , der cin on-
.sIchtbarcs ond tinziges iDcsrn.
lm .Ramcn drs t des
t und des h. <Btistcs t
2lmtn. <5chn hin an mtrn elt
in .:frimrn, melcher S[)! zmisdtrn
ons ond coch.
Erstt : 2ln den
des etirntl
ell til micant ond alit
hciligtn ftlartllm, dorrh die
&aft des 21l1trhiich.strn btfthlt
ich dir, daq do mir tilrnds und
onser 1 z e 2 mdlt smickf.st
R.R. , mir aof alit mtint
j'mgm ZD antmomn, oda do
moijt seiber Itommrn, mtinem
( 51 )
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
Uilltn g£RUg zu thun, und
n1iill.st do nicht schlrunig mtinm
Uunsch, SO mm1t ich dich dorm
dit <l3tmalt d£5 allmachtig£R
<l3ott£5 zmingm, mir auf aile
mdnt j'mg£R zu antmorttn.
:B£5chmiirung: 2ln
den <l3cbicrcr d£5 eCcidtnts.
'Raimond, sehr machtign
.:furst, dn du gtgen 2lb£Rd
regimt, ich citire dich dorm aile
dit hiichsttn Ramtn dn
<l3otthdt, ich befthlt dir in dtr
timft d£5 alltrhiichstm Ra-
mens, d£R R. R. tiUgst hithcr
zu smd£R, daij cr mir aritmortt,
und thUt, mas ich immcr btfthlm
mtrdt, und mtnn du £5 nicht
thust, so mill ich dtine :j;)dn
otrmthrm und dich ocrbrmn£R.
Brittt :B£5chmiirung: 2ln dm
<l3tbittcr dcr ftlitmgsgtgtnd.
dcr du gtg£R mit-
mg regicrst, ich btrufr dich dorm
alit hiichmn Rarntn du
<l3otthdt, ich btfthlt dir in dcr
timft dts alltrhiichstm Ra-
m£RS, ,R R. dligst hithcr zu
£Rtstndtn, daij cr mir antmortt,
und thot , mas ich immcr btfthlm
mcrdt, und mtnn du £5 nicht
thost, so zmingt ich dich dorch
dit <l3tmalt dn giittlichtn
ftlaj£5tat, mir gtlUlg zu thun.
:B£5chmiirung: 2ln dm
<l3tbietcr dcr ftlitternacht.
2lgina, 2lgdissa, <l3litta,
:Britm, 'iuttCtruS, 'Rtbtdin, ich
btruft und b£5chmiire dich dorm
dit tiraft allcr £Taftt, daij du
nicht sQum£5t, mir zu schicm
R. ,R untcr mtnschlichcr und
anmuthigcr <l3£Smlt, odcr daij du
stlbst kommst in Ramtn dtS
t d£5 t und d£5
htil. <l3tistes t und seytst
gehorsam oor mir ohnt dnigt
<l3tfahr dts 1:tibts und dtr
komm in mtnschlichtr
<l3£5mlt, ich b£5chmiire dich bd
alltn htiligm hiichmn Ramm,
daij du dich bcr£ittSt, hithcr zu
kommtn, odcr schickt durch dit
<l3tmalt dts Itbtndigtn und
mahrm <l3otttS R. R. R. R.
und dorch die tiraft, dit aus mir
gcrrott, und durch d£5sm :Btrthl
alit 'Bingt sind tntsmnd£R, dcr
iflimmtl, dit das ftlm,
dit 2lbgrtindt und '111£5, mas
darin ist, ich b£5chmiirt dich
durch dm t durch dm
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
t dorch dm h. <l3£ist t
und durch dit ftlumr jtSU
Q:hristi, dit tmigt htiligt
jungfmu, durm ihre 'ROnt und
Itdligktit. .:fruchtbark£it und
<l3tbmuch ihr£5 jungfraulichm
1:tibts und ihrer :Brust, d£5
hdltgtn j!ingtmtid£5 und ihm
htiligm ftlilch, mtlcht dcr
d£5 gtSogm dorm ihrm
htUigsttn 1:rib, und dorch alit
hdligtn 1:hrantn und alit
die zur Sbit sdn£5
schmuzhafttn 1:tidtns am
d£5 htiligm tirtuw
sich ihrm 2lugm und ihm :Brust
mtmngtn, durch alit htiligm
Bingt, dit g£5chthm sind und
gtschthm so 11m 1m mit
auf zu onstrts
Ittrrn jeso a::ttristi ond der
stligsttn jungfmo ftlaria , und
'lilts, mas in der strdt£Rdm
gehtiligt und oerthrt
mird zu seines htil.
Ramm durch dit h. 'Brei-
faltigkdt und durch das
kostbarstt :Blut, das aos stincr
gtflOSS£R, dorch seint
ond ftltnCh-
mm'lung und stine htilige hft
und das ond dtn
dcr aos stincm ubt
gtflossm, ond dit
in dcr er zo seintm
spmch: "Umn £5 miigUch ist,
so lam dtn bittern titlch d£5
1:od£5 oor mir ooriibfl'lJ£hm;'
dorm stine ond dit
CZUflocht d£5 h. <l3£isttS t.
"jch b£5chmiire dich aof tin
nruts, dorch die 'Bommkrunt,
die cr auf stincm ttaoptt gtt-
mgm, dorch stine Nndt und
.:fIjije und durch dit Ragd stintS
tittuw, dorch stint Uondm
und dorm dit 1:hrantn, dit tr
zmtil1lQl otr]lll.SSm, und dorch dit
:j;)tin, dit cr mi t groija 1:itbt
dorch alit nint htiligmn
<l3Urdcr fur ons grtittm, dorm
die htitigt 2lofmtthong, dorm
das in dit Uindtln tingrmicktltt
jtSUSkindltin, dorm dit .:trocht,
mdcht dit jongfmo ftlaria in
ihrtm nchm ubt grtmgm,
dorch dit .flirbittt dtr glor-
rtichm jungfmo ftlaria, dorm
alit htiligtn ond
dorch dit nton
obmtm <l3£istcr, :j;)atriarchm,
2lposttl ond
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
dnreh dit holige jungfmu und
dnrch die &ttm und
<5otttS, durch dtn
johanncs dtn nufu, dnreh dit
flIimosrhaft dtt hoI.
GrinG und durrh alit htiligtn

SlI1tnO'k. flItnn dim )Jcseh-
miirung guprorhtn und dit
citirttn (f5oattr mdtitntn mnd,
so miissm sit in dicscs )3ueh ihrt
ontmgm. 2:AJDor abtt
sprtrht man das )!uangdium
johannis ooriibtt, und mtnn a
gutirhntt ist, abtrmals.
!\m1aeh muij dtt (f501t noeh
Dmprtehtn, ooij tt, so oft man
ihn anruftn mtrde, kommtn
mollt. tntlasst ihn,
mtnn dn ihm Enoas gcsrhmkt
hast
t
t t t
t
dts
(f5tisru.
llamm dcssm, dtt allm
Bingtn ihr 2:itl DOl'lJcsrhmbm,
Dor dtm sieh alit 1).nitt brugm,
dtr nieht duldtr, daij jtmand
stiner (f5tmalt midtrstrtbe,
dnreh mtlrht irh rurh zmingt,
fcst und unbtmtgJieh zu bltibm,
und nieht Don oonnm zu mtiehm,
bruor ihr mtintn flIilltn trfiillt
habt Don zu durch
dit 1iraft dtutn, dtr turh
(f5mnIm sttcktt, dit ihr nitmaLs
ubmrhmttn kiinnt, im llamtn
dcs alltt flIcsm, im
.Ramtn dts t dts
t und dcs h. (f5oaru t
btgtbt rueh jmt mitdtt an rurm
ere, dtt jritdt sti zmisrhm
uos ond rurh, sf!!d btrtit zum
flIiromrsrhtintn, so oft ihr
gmJfm mtrdtt.
21nmuk. Bas ;f)tnmrulum
muij gtmoht und mit sammt dtt
tulstit in dtr ft\CSSt gehobm
mtrdtn, zuoor sprtnge man mit
flIohmamr. Btn (f5tisttrn,
dit sirh unstrO flIunsrhen
ongthorsam wgtn, muij man cs
srhntll uigtn, und sprtrhtn:
ihr dicscs tUtt CZuxlng-
mimi? styd also nieht midtt·
sptnstig gtgtn unnrn flIillm
und gtht jmt in tUrt flIohnun-
gm! Btt jritdt Sf!! zmisrhm
uos und rueh, und sf!!d btrtit
zum flIimertrsrhonm, so oft
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
man rueh bmJfm mird.
Bit )Jmhmiirung dtr dtn
Dtrsrhitdtntn 1[agtn dtr
flIorht Dorstthmdm (f5oattr.
21m 21zitl.
mird gtsproehm Zmiehm 12 und
1 'tihr .Rarhrs. flItnn tr
mrhone, so mird tt tin '!Uar
oon dtintm 1iDpft fordttn, dn .
moijt ihm abtt nieht dtin ogma,
sondttn on fitmdts '!Uar gtbm,
ttma Don cinem !tann. i!r
btdarf a, om zu moam
odtt aueh andm um dlt
man ihn btfrogtn mird.
burhmort dirh 21zlt!
dureh alit htiligm Jlamtn, die
in dimm )Jorht otmirhntt
sind, daij du ongtsQumt mir
gthorsam.st, daq do mir tintn
andttn (f5oat stndtst, dtt mir
tintn bringt, modorrh
gtsrhme, ooij irh rtdt und daeh
nirht gthiift norh gtsthtn mttdt
oon irgtnd tintm. btsehmiirt
dirh, daq do dirh gegtn dtn-
jtnigtn, dtn do srhirkm mil'.St,
ditnstbar bmg.5t, und ohnt mir
zu srhadtn ttfii IItst , mas irh
btgthrt, oomit dit )Jtdingnisn
dir btkannt mnd, mtlrht ieh mit
dir marhm mttdt.
21m ftlonmg: 1:uciftt. Bit
)Jtschmiirung gtsdtitht Jlamts
zmisrhm 11 Dnd 12 'lihr, aueh
zmisrhm 3 und 4 'llhr. Bm
1irt1s uichnt man mit 1iDhk.
Btr )Jtsrhmiirtr habt flItih-
massu zur '!Und, und zitht on
Ithorhtmd an.
Bit )Jtsehmiirong:
btsrhmiirt dirh '!uriftt
doreh dm mahrm <5ott t dorch
dtn htiligtn <5ott t durch dm
(f5ott t dtt alit Binge mch91fm
hat, leh btsrhmiirt dieh durch dm
btstandigm Jlamtn (f5ottr.s t
Alpha Omega Eloy Sa-
day Messias und im boo-
miirt, zmingt und niithigt dim
dureh dit h. Jlamm <5ottts,
mtlrht dorm dit )Jurhsmbm
v. p.x. btkannt gtm9cht mtrdm,
daij du mir ongtsaumt cintn
dtintr (f5t\sttr in anmuthigtt
mtnsrh-Iirhu (f5tStalt mir
mehonm lasstst, auf daij tt
21ntmort gtbt auf alit mtint
jmgm und unfahig Sf!!, mir an
1:ob 000 zu srhadm.
21n Bitnstag: .Rimrod.
Btitstt muij Zmisehm 9 und 10
(55 )
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
'llhr Racht.B citirt mcrden.
ftllIn gibt ihm dtn usttn
dtn man finMt.
Bie
btschmiirt dich Rimrod
und bdthle dir ba alltn Ramtn,
durch mtlche do gtZmungtn und
dtirt madtn kannst, ich btsch-
miire dich Rimrod bti allen
<Btisttm und bti alltn jirm-
turtn, bti dem
monis, dtn .:fIuch und die
dir fUr aile ltiittn zu doppdn
und IU otrmehrtn, so do nicht
kommst, mtintn :milltn, ohne
mants 1:tibts odcr
mona IU ufiilltn.
21m ftlittmoch: 21sroroth.
mird uon 10 bis 11 'llhr
IU Racht.B anguufen.
bemirkt .:fijrsttngonst.
btschmiirt dich 2lsroroth
und befmle dir dorm die &aft
jtsO uon .RaIartth, dm aile
1:nJftl untnthlinig sind, und oon
da jungfmu ftllIria ist gebortn
murotn durm das <Bthamniij dts
<Babritl, mimer btsch-
miirt ich dich im Ramtn dts
l)atus t dts t und dts
h. <Btistts t im Ramtn der
glorrtichm jungfmu ftllIria und
dcr h. Brcifaltigktit, allu
und du
'!Urrschaftm und <Bcmaltigtn,
und
21postd und
mtlche nicht auflliirtn IU singen:
htilig, htilig ist dcr
dcr <Bott dcr
shem, dcr da ist mie die
otrZthnnde .:flamme, daij du
nicht magest IU kommtn, ich
befehle dlr durch dtn, da am
dts <Btrlchrs mit .:ftua
kommtn mird, IU richttn dit
1:tbmdigm und daij du
dm nicht ouschmahtst, dm alit
ond alles 1:ob alltin
gebiihrt, [fSchtine eiJends
mdnm Willtn gehorsamtnd,
gebe die dm h. <Beist, in
sdnm Ramen btfthle ich dir.
21m Bonnerstag: 21cham.
& mird Imischtn j und 1 'tihr
.Rachrs citirt, er erschdnt in
kiiniglicha <Btsrolt. ftllIn muij
ihm ttmas sonts <Bold gebtn,
damit er nde, der flltnschtn
<Bliick fiirdm, und oaborgtne
iillite.
btschmiin dich 21cham
(56 )
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
dorch daijtlbt und die
<Bldchhtit (?) unserts
jtsU dtr dorch sdnm
das mtnschlicht <Besch-
lecht trkault hat, daij du soglach
mir gegtnmartig se!!.tst, ich
befehle dir durch alit 'Roche
<Bortts t agios, ich btschmiirt
dich bd sdnm hoI. Ramm, bti
dtm, dtr die 1:iimtn und
Brochm !U gttrtttn, daij
du mdntn Willen UOIlIithst,
ohne mlr schadtn IU kiinntn,
maier am 1:tibe noch an dcr

21m .:frdrog: 'Ragid.
mird Imischtn 11 und 12 'tihr
Rachrs angtroftn. ftllIn muij
ihm dne ftllIus gebtn, daij a
sich millig !tige.
btschmiirt dich 'Ragid
und befehle dir, IU mir IU
kommtn, Ich Iminge dich dorm
die Ramtn Elai t Adonai t
Eloi t Aglat taminabot t
21n!!. und aile heiligtn Ramtn,
melche in dieStm
uemichntt sind, bti den
alln1ltiligsttn dts
21ltars, bei dem, dcr die
ftlenschen oon ihrtn
trkauft hat, btschmiirt ich dich,
daij do ungtsiiumt kommst, ohnt
mir an 1:tib und IU
schadtn, und montn IU
DolIIiehtn.
21m Rabam. &
mird Imischtn 11 und 12 '!lhr
Rachu citirt . tr
trschtint, gtbt man ihm tin
und befthle ihm IU
gthorchtn.
btschmiirt dich Rabam
1m Ramtn des und
und im Ramtn
21staroths und alltr andtm
<Btistu, daij do mir uschtinst,
mtnn ich ts dir btfmlt, und mich
mtdn bmiigst noch btsch-
adigst, mma am 1:tib noch an
da btfthlt dir, daij
do ungtsiiumt kommst oda finm
and ern <Btist nndtst, du
glticht ftllIcht hat, urn mtint
Wiinscht auszufUhrm, und daij
a nicht ma Duschmindt, bis ich
ihn mtlassm babe.
srorkt
gtn, modurch dit <Btisur
gtZmungtn mcrdtn, IU jtdcr
btliegtn ltiit dm
IU uschtinm und stinm Willtn
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
auzofilhrrn.
Jch bmhmol't dich, biim
(5dst, dtr do ddnn ert
bOlJoImst, in mdmDll1:hfilc da
fl)[(t do IHzt aoch n!!.n
mii.!Jtst, ond mas imma fiir tinc
(5clOOlt di' uon (5ott ond den
htili.!Jen En.!Jdn .!Jc.!Jcben iibu
ditsm ert, ich bannc dich durch
dic ftllIcht dm t dorch
dic fl)tishdt dr.s t ond
dorch dic tits h. (5tisttll
t dorch dic flJahrhtit, dic imma
nom ilIt .!Jt.!Jmm mordm DOn dDll
mahrm !\urn jr.so a::hristo,
dtm <5tkl'tDZi.!Jtm, dDll
dwm, da allc &cam mdtuf,
ond da coch iiba diCllm err
<3ooolt .!Jc.!Jtbm, dtshalb bdthlc
ich coch, daft ihr Frtimilli.!J, ohnc
1Jst ond mir mt'l' .J\llmm
lIQ.!Jt, imd dorch daft
da .!Jlorrtichm jon.!Jfmo ftllIria
ond alia !\titi.!Jm bannc ich com
(5Nta oon dir.sa ond
schickc coch in dic llcfc dCll
hiillischcn 2lb.!Jronds, ond
spl'tchc: <5tht hin, ihr un'llomtt
(5tistcr in das OIJi.!Jc .:fcocr,
mdchCll coeh ond allen corm
<5tsdlm batittt ist, lID ihr com
on.!JchorllBm zd.!Jt , ond ieh
bCllchmol't, niithi.!Jt ond bcfmlc
coch kmfti.!Jlich, ich zmin.!Jc com
dorch dic hdli.!Jstm Ramm
(50ttt5 t S!on t )Jaid t t
t a:Dmbin t 2ltor t
2ldonai t !\en t 't:ttmgrom-
mamn t t ftlCllsias t
2lgios t Jschros t Enlanod t
2llpha t dan ihr ktinc <3ooolt
mchr habt, in diCllcm em ZD
blcibcn. Jeh bcfchlc coch ond
trmarte, so ihr 'l:cofd lIt!!.n
sollt[( , daft dcr £rnn.!Jcl
ftlichad coch in das hiillischc
(5dan.!Jnift mtrfcn mird im
.J\llmen (50ttt5 dCll t
dcs t ond dcs h.
(5tisttll t .
2lacod ocrbir.!Jt ond .!Jibt
mcm u mill, stinc
'Region ilIt da ftlitta.!J.
(5cist dcr 'Rdchthiimu, u
sammdt sic ond spmdu sic au
mcm cr mill, stinc 'Region ilIt
dcr ftlol'lJen. 2lcharid schafJt
(5old ond stinc 'Region
ist du ftlitta.!J. edail Ichrt
fl)iJIsmschaftm, stinc 'Region
ilIt ftlitttmacht. .J\lldd, (5cil1t
dtr tr laftt dic
(58 )
THE GREAT GRIMOlRE OF POPE HONORIUS
'Brthdlc CI'lJchm, cr han.st .!Jcgm
ftlitta.!J. 2lnasta, (5cillt dcr
1:.icbc, zmischtn ftlann ond
.:frao, u roft sic htroor ond
uhalt sic. £r mohnt .!Jc.!Jm
ftlltta.!J. ftllIsid, (5cillt du
cr Hiiftt ftloth und
natkmft tin, hrnscht .!Jcgfn
2lbend. J)OllSCS hmscht in
.:fddtm, ja.!Jt den .:ftind in dic
1:.Dft, cr mirkt .!Jc.!Jcn ftlitta.!J.
2lzdlcal, (5tist dcr £Unstt,
mirkt .!Jt.!Jtn 2lbcnd. erid l't.!Jt
das ftlm aof, und bt5Qnfti.!Jt ClI
mitdcr cr haut .!Jc.!Jen ftlDl'lJm.
!\dcnim omchafJt (5onst und
E\l'tnsttllen, cr mohnt .!Jt.!Jm
ftlltta.!J . .J\llmot, dcr
flicbc, ucrhilft abu auch zu
ucrlomm <5dst
dcr fl)aldcr, btgiinsti.!Jt ja.!Jd-
licbhabcr, sdn fl)irkm ilIt .!Jt.!Jm
ftlltttmacht. 'Ramaloth iiftilu
die (5cffingnillsc, sdn fl)irkcn
ilIt .!Jc.!Jen ftlltta.!J.
Endc dm (5rimoilJ, omaftt
uon !\onorius dcm
(5roften 2lnno 1220.
f)jc !\andsmrift c.
Jch bcZt1chnc und bCllmmiil't
bti mtincm mdchCll zo
Endc diCllcr mahrhaftm
.!JClIctzt 1st, mtlieh, daft ich
dcmlcnigfn, da in diCllcm )Jom
Imn mird, alsbald ond on-
.!JClIaomt in tincr anmothi.!Jm
mmsmtichen <5tstalt ond ohnt
(5etiin, onhc )Jmo.!J, ohnt
.:fmmtmhlm (?) blingfn madt,
mas tr fordm, in mtlchtr
(?) ond aof mdchc
fl)tilIf dcr )JClIchmiircr mill, daft
im da.s ihm blingfn
soli.
Ingera zanium dorch mdn
fl)ort.
polum polium IIIIlso Did
.!JOIJohnt .Bind, zu orthdlm ond
ZD ompl'tchm, mit umtiindi.!Jt
(5cister du dic
dir.sCll )Juch hat odcr IClIm zo
brin.!Jen (?)
Quollum opium onttr
mdchu (5cstalt sic ts mir
fordcrn mtrdtn, (5old odtr
oon ftlrnchm -!\lim
gtm9cht, damit sic ClI bmochm
kiinnm bti Imcr (5dc.!Jmhtit,
mic man dcsnn im !\andtl
btdiirfti.!J stl!.n soUtt, mo aom
dtr )JClIchmiim mohnm ma.!J, so
madc ich ohnc ihm da.s
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
bringtn, damit tr
(5ooaftt bmribm, kaufm und
ottkaofm, baum ond rinmAm
konnr, ond allts, mas ihm soost
noch bditbm solltt.
.:funa orrpfiichtt ich mich,
frtimillig drm dir
orrlangtrn zu iibrr-
bringm, mogm sir nun in dm
'l:irfm dtr j!rdr odrr in dm
S!bgriindrn drs ftlmrs
oaborgrn srin, auch omlprrcht
ich, altt ftliinzm in gangbarr
(5r1dsorttn zo oumanddn, mir
sir am dts
moms im aJlrsr sind.
j!ndlich g£lobr ich, drn
ditsts gtschrirbmm
$Jchts, oor allm <5cfahrm, oor
drn .Rachmllungrn ninrr
.:frindr zu schiitzm, srinr (5r-
sondhrit zu mahrm und
tmgm, daA a nir oor (5mcht
guurm mudr; auf du 'Rrtsr mill
ich ihn gdrittn, und brmirkrn,
daA rr schnrll und ohnr
nintn
zuriicklrgr, ich mrrdr in
mtnschlichu (5tstalt ihm
rrschrintn und in ninrr
gtmohntm mit ihm
rrdrn, ihn an
zunmmm Iassm, daA a S!lIts
omltthr, mas a litst, ihm alit
ohnr S!usnahmr
rrfullm, ohnr 1:ist und 'l:rug,
ohnr ihm am 1Cribr odrr an drr
zu schadm, und nichrs
soli ihm jtmals mimrr mtrissm
noch sonst rin '1l:ltbd zugrfiigt
mrrdrn.
dwm, mas ich hrir gdobt, habt
irh mrin und 'lJinttrsrhrift
bngrfiigt.
d:imtion:
ttt unllrsaumt ohnt
S!ufsrhub, mtin
ftlrndial, und mlrhrinr mir
in mmschlicha anmuthiga
<5tsmlt, und dimt mir, mir
du rs grschmonn. j!ilr,
rilr, und oollzirhr mnnm

l:ntlassongsformrl.
<5rht in .:frimm an dm ert,
mrlchrn (5ott dir btstimmt hat,
und mrichr rilrnds Don mir,
mlchrinr aba ungtsaumt, mo
und mann ich drlnrr brdiirfm
madr, ohnr (5rtosr, auch ohnr
mir an i.rib odrr an
mrinrm odrr fiinf
(60 )
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
zDZofiigm.
F
noch drntn, dit bti mir n!!n
madrn, und du sollst mich oor
allrm brmahrm, mas srhadlirh
1st.
j!ndr.

do nnm
ritirm millst, so nimm &dr in
da mo da ftlDnd Doll
ist, und zmar in r1nrm nrum
zinnunm i.iilfd drri i.iilfd 0011
j!rdm in nnrm nrum
und sprich: )m .Ramm
drs sochr ich dich, in
.Ramm dts findr ich
dich, im .Ramm dts h. <l3ti.stu
zmingr ich dich, und im .Ramm
da h. Bmfaltigkrit brfrhlr ich
dir, daA do mit drinrm oabor-
gmm <5utt sichtbar mlchrinst
und mir Don dtm ertr, Don
mdchrm ich ditsr &dr habr,
iibrrlasnst, mas ich Don dir
otr\angrn madr im .R. ttt.
Ego adjuro te custo-
dem hujus thesauri in
hoc loco a quo terram
habeo per schazlo Goreb
Agla siosmas nacus gadd-
urns et ulla odoi sabarlitt
amara et miheline omni
mora in spesi aprexum
signo terribilem Cac onri
damno et issione cor-
poris et animae visibiliter
comburens et omnibus
maudalis meis obtem-
peres. Amen ttt.
Ba
Bu <l3ti.st ond bosr
ich bindr und btschmorr dich mit
ditnm ftlachtmort, mit
mdchrm dir <5risur
btschmorm und gtbannt hat,
durm 'l:ttmgmmmaton S!gla
ftlothom principia mori-
tura maschilam corporis
maschiliam in facto.
drtimal: Sileo alam
aca.
l:ntlassong.
drtimal : masar
Rader Risie isuam pol-
marasi test mar ofa.
S!n drm gmrigtm Usa!
1st tin gttmla
S!oszog aDs dtm gmruckttn
drs groAm <l3rimoir, mit
Ilinmtglassong da unniltzm
(61 )
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
ond lfichtfntigrn
on frommO' dfl11 <Bott
J!insicht ond (5nadr znmrndft,
dims in nine !land
brkommrn solltt, so mird 0' in
dO' obm angufigttn jonn drn
biism (5dst zor 'llnttrschrift
zmingrn, ond er mird in den
gesmt n!!.n, oeiten
fllrnschrn hiilfrcich b[j·
zospringrn.
Wrnn drr moft,
soli fr an drci des
die Eckrn mit dcm
Q:hr!!.sam brsmichrn ond
finbirgrn, damit man sir mit drn
!l/indrn nicht buiihn, sir
deshalb zor griiijcrn
aoch mit CBblatrn bekleben,
m/ihrmd dfl11 die fllessr gdesrn
mird, somohl zorn aLs
zorn mir hiO' das
ZD oflllifichrn ist.
Ermns mqij, bmr das
drfit/igige .:fastrn bfi WGssO'
ond beginnt, die fllesse
iibO' dieses zo Ehrrn dO'
h Brfifaltlgkfit gdfSrn mO'drn,
dann raoft dO'
'Zooor moij Don ihm das
abgueichnm
grrichtft mrrdrn. 'Zorn
desWfihmasms
bfdirnt 0' sich des
goldrnkmots.
Wir man dir 1:oftgdstrr
ciort, ist Dome gmigt. Bann
. iBt fS aoch got, fine h. fllesse
zorn h. <5rtst zo lesrn. in dO'
folgrndrn )lacht rungt der
mit dO'
an, ond dir (5ebm, mie sir hiO'
in Iminischrr
bdgenrzt sind. Bann dir
zor flleij mit
S!nmrndong des (5rbrts, dann
die andcrn
wgrn, mir sich drr <5dst zo
onttrschrribrn hat, mrnn ihn dO'
zorn <5dIorsam bmchtt,
Ehr dO' (5fist rnttassrn mird,
gebr man ihm rtmas fur sonr
flliihr (l) BO' lese dir
mrhmt .JlQchtt,
biB rndlich dO' (5fist mchfint.
Bann Itdr 0' mit dfl11 <5fist,
mie dO' !tar mit sfinfl11 BimO',
onmchrockrR ond fest, drnn 0'
kann ihm kfin 1:dd zotilgrn.
Ennahnt mird, das
mrhnnaLs dorchzolesrn, daij ja
in dO' SJRordnong kfin jehlO'
THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
mit onttrlaofr.
Laudetur Jesus Christus!
Missa conjuratoria.
Seprentia (?) dure (?)
sacerdos priusquam incipit
missam praecise in nomine
sancti Spimeindiridull (?)
simitalis (?) patris, filii et
sancti Spiritus eyonn (?) vera
catholica· Apostolica et
sancta Romana Ecclesia cite
ordinatus et consecratus
perte (?) pote (?) staleun (?)
quam lunide (?) cite habeo
conjuro te et adjuro zewmee
(?) et zhedunrorem (?) prin-
cipem Arat (?) Semper vim
et potestatem hujus sanctis-
sime misrellossrily (?) et
permenta (?) dominii novi
Jesu Christi quem alton (?)
gio (?) et mene (?) quotidie
et in cerreniter (?) Imolalm
(?)' et per invincibilem
juctucem (?) in gerorum (?)
qull (?) conclunce (?) cuipat
(?) Serpentis Dei genitricem
Mariam et per suam artem
et post t parum jlibatam (?)
niginitulcem (?) oper (?)
duam (?) poriuti (?) dimam
(?) intercessionem et om-
nium sanctorum preederim
(?) novororem (?) adfoocin-
tina (?) jam in voculorum (?)
patriarcharum sanctorum,
quos duodecim arch-
angelorum quatuor evangel-
istarum sanctorum tey (?)
snegum (?) specinliter beatis-
simae virgini mirillansili (?)
ariet (?) et persem crer
sanctissime arrse (?) illorum
et potentiam illorum
quemiam (?) preni (?) pro
inietatis (?) etiam Deus
ipremisi (?) socc (?) cerdoti
(sacerdoti) obedit etiam et
ramisu (?) praesenti soleder
(?) Aulim (?) jiculac (?)
excudalone (?) geneneo (?)
diverticulo et hoc Aerlim (?)
memendo (?) obendius (?) et
meo plito sertis (?) saccos (?)
velperloos (?) ministros
desoruntin (?) vnne (?)
detemimanten (?) lecrum (?)
n smbuna (?) ri nor in
conanventubus (?) obtalum
(?) sutetnee (?) in renva (?)
nec muri obscorditec (?)
vesonro (?) semplam (?) sill
(?) omey (?) dolo (?) cronde
(?) ct gu1acice (?) gim (?) terra
molirebus (?) nempe sim
cum is jamelcoll (?) sorroro
(?) sine omiru (?) caroll (?)
veedumm (?) corpori et
rinnee (animae).
EsgmmdJc
foniurarionea Oemonum
I)rmonum
Cl. of wil spirits IDitbin \x»-
ies of men, as it was witb boly peter:
£I
. Cl.the Gospel of matthew.
OW Jesus was bom in Brtblebrnt
in King
etc.
Cl. the Gospel of Luke.
I
n that tbe angel Gabriel was sent from
unto a (lty etc.
Cl.the Gospd of mark.
I
n tbat time Jesus unto the tweloe as
tbey sat at meat them IDitb tbrir
unbelief etc.
Cl.the Gospel ofJobn.
I
n beginning was tbe the
was witb tbe was etc.
Cl. the Gospel of Luke.
I
n tbat time; coming to Capemaum, a city
of Galilee, Jesus tulgbt tbrnt on the sabbath
they rom at bis bis
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
was witb power. in tbe synagogue tbere was A
nwt, wbicb A spirit of An uncleAn
out witb A ooice, sAying.crt us Alone; wbAt bAoe
we to witb tbee, tbou Jesus ofn.uArrtb? Art tbou
come to us? 1 know wbo tbou Art; tbe t;oly
One of Jesus bim, SAying thy
pe.\Ce come out of bim. wbm the
thrown bim in the miM, he Qtne out ofbim, burt
bim they weN All Am.uOO, spAke ;unong
tbemseloes, SAying, Wb.u woro is tbis! }or witb power
.mtbority he comnwtMb the spirits,
they come thef;une ofbim went out into
plAce of the country About. A prAyer:
be thou grAcious in tbine heArt to me,
for tbou wisbest All men to be in tbine
own imAge likeness tbou us. tAke up tbe
prAyer 1 lAy before tbe fAce of tby goooness on be-
bAlf of tby seroAnt, n. n., wbo is by A
GrAnt tbAt be NACb tby mercy, by tbe Anotber
prAyer:
tlI thee .coro Jesus Christ tb.u thou sbAlt
fortb All the infirmities from limb of tbis mAn:
from the from the bAil'; from tbe Mro; from the
brow; from the eyes; from tbe eMS; from the nostrils;
from the moutb; from tbe tongue; from tbe teetb; from
the thro.u; from the from the neck; from the
bAck; from the chest; from the brmts; from the
from the stomAcb; from tbe fLmks; from the flesb; from
the bloOO; from tbe bones; from tbe sbins; from the feet;
from the l1ngm; from the sole from the ltWTOW;
from the sinews; from the quick; from All the join-
(68 )
CONJURATIONE DEMONUM
ay of the limbs ofbim. me, A most mismble sin-
ner, .coro Jesus Christ, thine is the power, the might,
the .mtbority fONM Amm.
I
exorcise tbee, uncleAn spirit, in tbe Mme of
tbe Almigbty }.uber, in tbe n;une of Jesus
Christ t;is son, by tbe power of the t;oly Gbost,
to from tbis seroAnt of n .n . €oi1-
t;e bimself commAnMb tbee, who
witb fert upon tbe seA bis
rigbt out to prter as be sunk, wbo open
tbe eyes of the wbo After four
L.uAt'US to Arise from tbe tomb.
tl € rAise tbyself
tby purpose pAy bOmAge to tbe lioing true
pAy bOmAge to Jesus Christ t;is son to tbe
t;oly Gbost from tbis set'OAnt
of n. n ., by this boly sign of tbe cross wbicb
we plAce upon bis brow; €
to pollute, nor presume ye to pasist witbin
bim. Go fortb from bim, SAtAn: tbis plAce
to the t;oly Spirit. Go forth, spirit
from tbis work of A prAyer:
D of the Angels; of the ArcbAngels;
Wof tbe Apostles; of the mArtyrs; of
tbe confessors; of tbe oirgins; fAtber of our
Jesus Christ, 1 cAll upon thy t;oly n;une 1
beseecb bumbly for tbe mercy of tby glorious nuj-
esty to to fortb as my Ally AgAinst tbis
most spirit, so tb.u he conceAlrtb
bimself, he will bur tby n;une swiftly go fortb
t;e comnwtMb thee,
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
wbo
wbo
from of
into of commanMb
wbo rrtum
thou Satan; thou art
thou art cast thou art by
oatbs in of our Christ.
fON tbou, most spirit, art of
of NCeiM of of
root of of corruption; of
of nations; agrnt of song of
of inspiration of mas-
ta of wbo stanMb tbougb tbou
tbat bast tby low. thou art
thou who was bumtin 1saac's
wbo in was in slavay. By tbis
sign in tbis was thou
tbou art from bim; in
of Son f)oly Gbost:
OM tbis to f)oly By
tbts SIgn of cross of our Christ wbo
sball to living,
byjiN.
wbo aN
by Dominus Vobiscum
is spokrn. Cum Spiritum tuo.
f)oly Jobn. Glory to you,
rt crtaa. 1n was a
portion
rt Go into all pmcb
CONJURATIONE DEMONUM
rt is a pata
an maria this praya follows:
L
f)oly Almigbty who for tby
all a son, a son
witb f)oly Gbost, wbo from
Son, thou
all tbings, my aN bmt bm
to pray to ) worsbip ) ) glorify
tbat tbou
to tbis most not bim whom
own wrougbt, but bim
witb holy Su nNng upon
Gloria in € is A praya:
L
Christ, son of living thou
. art trutb ligbt; tbou art jirst
to witb fatba
f)oly Ghost is honor glory
oominion. my aN bm to pray
to ) worship ) )
) glorify 1 to not this
to lost, but witb of thy
him whom tbou to
with own pNcious bloOO. is a CNOO
A
L
f)oly Almigbty, thou
forth unto unto rta-
nity, unto quality of
Son;. thou from
our Christ
In form of a tbou upon
in my aN
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
bm to prAy to tbee: I worsbip tbee, I prAise tbee, I
bless tbee, I glorify thee: I entreAt tbee to wholly
from tbis tby 5m)Ant tbe of tbe nigbt
sin thou in bim tbe light
of tby mercy tbe l1re of tby sweetest most
boly ION.
L
Jesus Christ, son of tbe most glorious mAry,
t>irgin fONNr, I inooke tbee by tby bolybirtb;
Jesus Christ, by tbe mAnger in wbicb thou
lAy, bAN mercy on tbis mAn. Jesus Christ, by
tby bAptism tby boly fAst, mercy on tbis
mAn. Jesus Christ, by tbyholy cross PAS-
sion, bAN mercy on tbis mAn. Jesus Christ, by
tby boly elect, bAN mercy on tbis mAn. Jesus
Christ, by tbe thorns of tby crown, bAN mercy on
tbis mAn. Jesus Christ, by tby 1lfty lASbes, bAN
mercy on tbis mAn. Jesus Christ, by tbe blows
tbe t>inegAr witb bile, bAN mercy on tbis
mAn. Jesus Christ, by tby boly tbe
WAters wbicb from tby bAN mercy on
tbis mAn. Jesus Christ, by tby boly resumc-
tion, bAN mercy on tbis mAn. Jesus Christ, by
tby boly ASCension, bAN mercy on tbis mAn.
Jesus Christ, by tbe f;oly Gbost, bAN
mercy on tbis mAn. Jesus Christ, by tby com-
ing bAN mercy on tbis mAn. Jesus
Christ, by tby mAjesty, mercy on tbis mAn.
Jesus Christ, by tbe glory oftby kingoom, bAt>e mercy
on tbis mAn. Jesus Christ, be tbou merciful to
tbis mAn free bim from bis sins bis enemies
seen unseen; bestow upon bim A portion in
CONJURATIONE DEMONUM
life eternAl witb tby boly SAints. Amm. In tbe Mme
of tbe S'Atber, tbe Son tbe f;oly Gbost. Amm. A
pSAlm:
my CAUse, 0 witb them tbAt striN
witb me: S'igbt AgAinst tbem tbAt l1gbt AgAinst
me. tAke of buckler, up
for mine bell'. DrAW out Also tbe speAr stop tbe
WAy AgAinst tbem tbAt perserute me; SAY unto my
soul, 1 Am tby sMt>Ation. (35:1-3.) Glory to tbe S'A-
tber tbe Son tbe f;oly Gbost. So it WAS in
tbe beginning, etc. A prAyer:
tI. wbo tbrougb tbine only begottm son gAtb-
tbe fAithful people unto tbyself sbut AWAy
tbe of tbe we beg you to out
from tby 5m)Ant 11.11 tbe
tbAt Are tbe sustAin bim
tbrougb All of the ASSAUlts thereof. By our SAme foro
Christ. A prAyer:
tI. oftbe Angels; of the ArCb-
Angels; oftbe prophets; oftbe mrgins;
wbo tbe power to bestow life After Nst
After lAbor; tbm is neitber one AboN tbee,
foro, nor Another crutor of the the eArtb,
for tbou Art tbe king tbine kingoom sbMI be
witbout limitAtion. Witb bumility I beseecb your
mAjesty glory so tbAt tbou sbMI beem to liberAte
tbis your 5m)Ant from tbe uncleAn spirits. By our
Remember; f;ow Art tbou fMlm from
o £ucifer, son of tbe morning! how Art thou cut oown
to tbe wbicb weAkm tbe MtiOns! S'or
thou bAst in thine hem, I will into
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
1 wm my .lOON stArs of 1 will
sit .llso upon mount of congug.uion, in
of nortb: 1 wm .lOON heights of
1 will be lib most 5igb. yrt thou
sb.11t be brought oown to to of pit.
thM sh.lll n.lttOw1y look upon th«,
s.lying, 1s tbis m.ln thM
to thM king-
ooms; CbM .lS .1
th.lt not
ofbis prisonm? All kings n.uions,
of tbm, in glory, in his own But
thou m Qst out of thy gr.lN .In
br.lncb, .lS of thM ,IN sWn,
tbrust tbrougb witb .1 thM go oown to
of pit; .lS .1 CMC.lSS unoo
Chou sh.11t not be with in buriM, be-
c.uts( thou h.\st thy sWn thy
of m1-00ttS sbM1 be
pN»,lN for his for iniq-
uity of tbeir fMhm; thM not M , nor pos-
nor 1111 of with
1 wm M up .lg.linst s.litb of
hosts. A pr.lya:
Zlr oown with stooo in
comp.lny ofhis
gNM out of.l11 JUUS.l:'
from co.\st oftYN Sioon, which
to him, to be of their
tbM rom with spirits,
rom sought
CONJURATIONE DEMONUM
to toucb bim: for tbm out of bim,
.111. A pr.lya:

from 1 to
will, for thou m
my beg th.lt thou, sh.11t with
gijt of our humility tb.lt tN bring be-
fON on beb.l1f of thy sal'.lnt's pmtion: (Ol)-
ing be tbou .lS .1 b.lr him op-
pNssion Em1 .111 powa
thmof; by our A pr.lya:
L
of might, up pr.lym wbich 1
up to on beh.lJf of tby sal'.lnt
c.\st out thy S.lt.ln
.111 his t).lSS.ll so thM will no 10nga
powa OM this thy n.n., ofNXing,
tiring, or riNng him, nor of witbin bim, for
b.lS bis trust in is not con-
by tby might,
him. A pr.lya:
Qtan.l1 thou.lrt of Abr.\b.lm;
of 1SMC; of J.lcob; of
of A.lron; of €Ii,
fONNr tN thou
tby to be from triMs NXMions
of for from beginning
spirits h.lN .llw.lYs bem
within truth, but .11W.lYs in wick-
of iniquity t).lnity, jWousy
b.lr.lSs thy with t).lrious
CbaqON thou thy 10t)ing
to 1.ly m1 low, so thM ta-
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
rible serpents, wen unto tbe sball sink into a
languor, witb tbem all of tbeir companions.
illayest tbou strike tbem as tbou witb anger
fury struck Sooom Gomorra. thus
tbese enemies tbine back to
notbing. Because tbey pitiably barass tbis man be-
fore us, tby 5eroant, strilW OlWr bis com-
tbem to mount their so tbat no
more sball tbey be able to conceal tbemsellWs
tbe bOOy tbat tbey not; nor to power in
bis soul, tbat tbou, Nuine One, fortb. nor
may tbeir euil keep some power in any ofbis lWst-
ments or clothes, in tbe joinery ofbis limbs or in tbe
wbicb thou, from tbe of tbe
tbou bis bones sinews, tbou
tbe spirit; tbeNfore by tbe bonor of
tby name tby Son's, our Jesus Christ,
by the migbt oftbe f)oly Gbost oftbe most boly
cross, let tbe be from tbe
spirit of tby seroant into tbe houses of
punisbment tbat thou bast for them.
tbou art by nor by sillWr, nor
by precious gemstones, but by the most holy
tbine blooo; by tbine passion tbou us,
Jesus Christ, sauior of tbe tbat is tbe majesty
by tbe angels. A praya:
tla of tbe sick tbose wbo wm by
unclean spirits came to bim because tbere sent uir-
tue out ofbim, be tbem aU. A prayer:
tbis healWnly wbicb we took,
botb grant us mercy tby seroant from
CONJURATIONE DEMONUM
tbe mockmes of tbe €nemy. By tbe foro. A
praya:
Llrlmigbty tbou art tbe baling goooness
fisten to our entreaties on the bebalf
Of tby seroant gilW to bim true bumility, true
penitence integrity make bim to
tbe empty rites of tbe bis apostate angels,
tbou to release tbis man, tby seroant,
11.11., from their powa as thou from
f)eU; peta from prison; paul from cbains; Susanna
from false accusations; .curn from tbe brothel; ye
wbo tbe paralytic to carry bis cot
walk; fazarus to rise from tbe tomb; tbe Israelites to
cross tbrougb tbe miMle of tbe sea; Jonah from the
belly of tbe wbale; the tbree of Israel from
tbe furnace of burning fire; Daniel from tbe of
lions; from tbe bateful thou
illary from the Whm-
fore, foro, tbou to release tby seroant, 11.11.,
from tbe persecutors of We pray beg tbee,
Almigbty tbat tbe iniquitous spirits may
no more powa oua tby seroant. the
of our Jesus Christ tbrough wbom we rom re-
tbat we fear no ml, for he is bimseJf
witb us. By tbe power of the same. Afta, the begin-
ning of tbe f)oly Gospel accoroing to Jobn is spo-
ken, Glory to tbee, In tbe beginning was tbe
etc. psalm 54; in thy name. psalm 11; 0
my in thee I put my trust. psalm 52;
Why boastest tbou tbyseJf in miscbiq, 0 migbty
man? Witb rejoicings prayers sball see to
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DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
bis own. Aftaroaros tbis is spoken:
I
tbee by tbe tbe Son
tbe 1;oly Gbost, by the patriarcbs the
propbets; tbe Apostles €t)angelists; tbe nurtyrs
confessors mrgins all tbe saints
tbe ll'Omen men tbmof, wbo fONNr
eNr praise tbe King of kings, glorify bim
tbat sittetb upon tbe tbrone. by our Jesus
Christ 1 thee to from tbis seroant of
n.n. 1 thee by our Jesus Christ's
passion wbicb he for the genaations of men;
from tbis seroant of n.n. 1 thee
by the boly cross from wbicb our Jesus
Christ was bung; from tbis seroant of
n.n.; be not able to conceal tbyself in bis bOOy, nor
in bis limbs, nor in bis 1 tbee by tbe
nails of our Jesus Christ mtb wbicb bis
bis feet weN to tbe cross;
from tbis seroant of n.n.; be not able to con-
ceal tbyself in bis moutb nor in bis 1 tbee
by the lance tbat was .conginusi witb wbicb be
tbe of our Jesus Christ from
wbicb fortb tbe wata; be not able
to conceal tbyself in. bis tbroat, neitba in bis tongue,
nor unoo bis tongue, nor in any ofbis limbs. 1
tbee by tbe tbe tomb of Christ, out of
wbicb be rose again on tbe from tbe
be not able to conceal tbyself in bis bowels, neitba
in bis 1 tbee by tbe Nsumction
of out Jesus Christ wbicb be
befON bis saying, 1t is 1, fear not, be
CONJURATIONE DEMONUM
them saying, Go ye into all the
preacb tbe Gospel unto et)ery creature; 1;e tbat
beliet>rtb is sball be but he tbat
beliet>rtb not sball be (mark 15:16-17.) By
tbese 1 tbee remon-
strate tbee to tbis seroant of GOO, n.n.
1 thee by the 1)oly Gbost, tbe
most bigb, wbom our Jesus Christ to
bis in llerv tongues; from tbis sa-
t)ant n.n.; no mON MUm nor cause
to MUm any upon bim: As the
from tbe eartb, tbe trutb from the lie, the
gooo from tbe wit, tbe sweet from the bitta, so be
thee from tbis seroant of no mON
the power to unto bim nor lie mtbin
bim nor bim nor the night,
nor to fomicate, nor frotb, nor raise up a ll'Oe at any
hour, neither at tbe moment wben be nei-
ther wbrn he walketb, neither wbrn be sl«prtb, nei-
ther wben be sleeprtb not, nor on any account, nei-
tba wbile eating, nor nor wbile any
manna of ll'Ork. nor art thou able to ll'Ork some wit
against tbis seroant of nor betray bim tbrougb
some NNalment to any limng person on the eartb,
nor strike bim neitba to make bim struck,
nor be tbou able to bim witb any ml, nor be
tbou able to a ll'Oe unto any person. neitha
art thou able to summon to thine any unclean
spirit; nor Ol'a tbis seroant of GOO, to
pollute bim. 1 thee unclean
spirit, by tbe Almighty by Jesus Christ
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
bis only son, by tbe most bigh
cating Ghost, by the ClNlw Apostles by the
€oangelist by the ttNlw propbets, by the
ttNnty-four J thee; by aU the prayers
of the saints tbat always, tbroughout
tbe tbrougbout tbe nigbt aN praising
glorifying the king foteM ewr. Amm. J
tbee by the four Noisions of tbe so
that thou shalt sumnoo this place in wbicb
thou abiMb get thee bmce, neM again to N-
tum to tbis man bm, nor to some otber person; but
witb the otber unclean spirits; tbis
place get wbitber J tbee to go. as
wax flowrtb bqON aflame's countmance sin-
ners perisb bqore tbe countenance of tbus
mayest tbou flee brougbt to notbing, as salt
witbin water.
tlAnotber
I
thee by holy crncbael, by holy Gabriel,
by holy Rapbael, by boly tinel; by aU
tbe angels arcbangels; by tbe nine cboruses
of angels all the Virtues of the heawns, the prin-
dpalities POlNt'S, tbe Cbrones Dominions,
Cherubim worsbipful of the
tber always praising bim glorifying bim
foteM eM. Amm.
tl Anotber BinNng:
I
thee by aU the saints of the Cesu-
ment wbo in in the glory of
the Almighty by tbe glorious Vir-
gin CDary wbo was a oirgin bqOte her traoail,
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CONJURATIONE DEMONUM
ing ber traoail, after ber traoail: she con-
our .coro Jesus Christ tbe saoior
of tbe by all the boly saints Patri-
arcbs; tbe Apostles €oangeltsts, martyrs, con-
fessors, of the Churcb oirgins all tbe
migbt J tbee so tbat thou sbalt baw not
power nor leaw to keep tbe of tbis seroant of
n.n., for bim after bis own like-
ness: nor sball Satan & Beelzebub tbee. On tbe
of penalties torments sbaU gatber
together to OWl' tbee: On the ewrwting
together witb aU tby company angels
bastm tbou to tbe mark, as an own burning in
tbe eartb, tbou tbroughout the
ages fotewr eM. Amen.
ffi ffi
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AN EXAMINATION OF THE EDITIONS OF
THE GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS
[l
OR THE purposes of this inquiry I have only
• examined the text body of The Grimoire
of Pope Honorius proper in the editions
which I've outlined, as the appended ma-
terials are completely unrelated to the Grimoire it-
self. The serious student is encouraged to access and
study the books themselves if my approach is deemed
inadequate. The major difference between the two
earliest editions of this work is the changing of the
names of some of the spirits employed by the opera-
tor of the work. It is my hope that this exploration
into the various editions of this grimoire will better
delineate the singularity of the text which was cho-
sen for translation in the book which you now hold
in your hands.
AI. 1670, French edition.
[within a double-rule border:] GREMOlRE I DU
PAPE HONORIUS I AVEC UN RECUEIL I DES
PLUS RARES I SECRETS I [kaballistic device] I A
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
ROME I [double rule] I M DC LXX I
Collation: (5 Ih6 x 25/8) 69 leaves, pp. i-iv I-50, 50-
125,126-
1
32,133.
Contents: Hebraic inscription ("n'o, n • J,t(") in
black ink p. i; hand-drawn FRONTISPIECE by Eliphas
Levi p. iii; TITLE p. iv; page facing verso (pg. 10) blank;
TABLE 126-132.
Binding: Black boards. White end-papers; fore and
bottom edges uncut.
Notes: This copy of The Grimoire of Pope Honorius is
unique in that it was from the personal library of
Eliphas Levi and contains marginalia and notes by
him throughout.lllustrations and notations made by
him have been delineated in the relevant sections.
The language & content of this 1670 edition appears
to be later than the main text translated for publica-
tion in this book and, while it was passed over for
translation at this time, we did use it for reference in
all phases of preparing the present edition for publi-
cation.
Overview of Contents:
I. Constitutions du Pape Honorius Ie Grand. Text
begins: "Le Saint-Siege Apostolique, a qui les clefs du
royaume des Cieux ont ite donnees, par ces paroles de J. -
C." pp. 1-5.
II. Orison. Text begins: "Mon Seigneur Jesus-
EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE
Christ, Fils de Dieu vivant, qui pour Ie salut de taus les
hommes [ ... J" pp. 5-10.
III. Leaf facing page I I gives nine inscriptions
to be engraved during the implementation of the
book's instructions.
IV. Orison. Text begins : "Jesus-Christ,
Redempteur des hommes, qui etent l'Agneau sans tache,
avez ete immoli pour Ie salut du genre humain [ ... ]" pp.
11-14·
v. . Leaf facing page 12 is smaller (4 x 2 1/2)
than the rest of the pages. It gives three kaballistic
illustrations.
VI. Leaf facing page 13 is on the opposite side
of the page described in v. and gives four kaballistic
illustrations.
VII. En l'honneur de Ia tres-sainte et tres-august
Trinite; Ie Pere, Ie Fils et Ie Saint-Espirit. Ainsi soit-il.
Text begins: Les soixante-douze sacres noms de Dieu,
Trinitas, Sother, Messias, Emmanuel [ ... ]" pp. 14-
15·
VIII. Leaf facing page ISis smaller than the rest
of the pages (4 5/8 x 2 1/2) and depicts four kaballistic
illustrations designated by the text as Le [ ... ] trois
petits pentacles de Salomon, et celui de Nvangile de St-
Jean. "
IX. Initium saneti Evangelii, secundum Joannem,
gloria tibi, Domine. Begins: "In principio erat verbum,
et verbum erat apud Deum [ ... ]" pp. 15-17.
XI. Conjuration universelle. Text begins: "Ego N.
conjuro te N. per Deum vivum, per Deum verum, per
Deum sanctum et regnantem, qui ex nihil c(]!lum et
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DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
terrum [ . . . ]" pp. 17-19.
XII. Conjuration. Text begins: Moi N je fe con-
jure espirit N au nom du grand Dieu vivant [ ... ]" pp.
19-20
XIII. A.P. Text begins: "Quid tardatis, quid facitis?
prceparate vos, obedite prceceptori vestro [ ... ]" pp. 20-2 I.
XIV. Between pgs. 20-21 are four pages of
kaballistic illustrations. The first page gives the magic
Circle and Triangle of evocation, drawn in black. ink.
This illustration, to the best of my knowledge, is not
present in any other editions of this work. Below the
circle three human feet are depicted. The second
p ~ g e gives . an .alternate circle (as two overlapping
CIrcles) which IS commonly given in other editions.
This version, however, pictures a triangle beset with
four circles (drawn in red) and a brazier within this
triangle. The next page shows a pentagram set within
a circle and each point of it marked with one letter
of the Hebrew word 'mrvn" (Jeshua). In the center
of the pentagram is an eye. The circle has the Latin
phrase "In eo qui me confortat omnia possvrn" go-
ing around the circumference of it. The other illus-
tration on this page is a kabalistic diagram. The next
page depicts a Star of David (drawn in black) with
the names of four saints written in the lateral points.
Above the Star is the following handwriting: [writ-
ten in red:] Ie cachet du livre I IMRI I [within a single-
rule border:] 21 I -Quis ut Deus? I -Frater Do-
mini I [and beluw the Star, in red:] - Quis angeleus
ductor I tuus I -Hermes sanctus. I queru tuo 0 ea &
Julianus I [beluw the border, also in red:] Bohas a dit:
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EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE
ne timeas I Jakim de doumet a Mohas.
xv. Conjuration de Livre. Text begins: "Je te con-
jure, Livre, d'etre utile et profitable [ ... J" pg. 22.
XVI. 11 faut dire se suit avant Ie signe du Livre. Text
begins: "Je vous conjure et ordonne, Espints, tous et
autant que vous etes [ ... J" pp. 22-24.
XVII . Conjuration des Demons. Text begins: ''Au
nom du Pere, et du Fils, et du Saint-Espirit: AIerte, venez
tous Espirits [ ... J" pp. 24- 2 5.
XVIII. Figure du cercle et de ce qui Ie concerne. Text
begins: ''Les cercles se doivent foire avec du charbon, ou
de I'eau binite aspergee, avecdu hois de la croix [ .. . ] " pg.
25·
XIX. Ce qu'il fout dire en composant les cercle. Text
begins: "Seigneur, on a recours a votre vertu; Seigneur,
confirmez cet ouvrage [ .. . ]" pp. 25-27.
xx. Leaf facing page 26 is an illustration de-
picting a hand holding the top of a grotesque de-
capitated head above a cross entwined by a serpent.
Below this image is a serpent with a head on each
end (possibly the aya800<:ullO'VOC; of Grecian my-
thology) extending in opposite directions over a
circle. At the bottom of the illustration is written
"figure relative au grand I exorcisme" with the hand-
written note ''page 84", relating the image to the text
segment titled "Le gr:and exorcisme pour deposseder [ ... J "
PP· 24-
2

XXI. Leaf facing page 27 is an illustration of the
Grand Pentacle de Salomon" with the phrase [written
in red:] "Scire fF Velie fF Acidere I TACERE." ("Know
fF Will fF Dare fF KEEP SILENT.") below it.
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
XXII. Pour les renvoyer, it faut montrer Ie Pantacle
de Sa/umon, prenouncant ce qui suit. Text begins: "Voila
votre sentance qui vaus defend d'etre rebelles a nos volontes
[ ... ]" pp. 27-28.
XXIII. Conjuration au Roi de l'Orient. Text begins
"Je te conjure et invoque, 0 puissant Magoa [ ... ]" (and
goes on to name the following spirits; ftlassayd, 2l.sid,
2lrdud & 2lcorib.) pp. 28-29.
XXIV. Conjuration au Roi du Midi. Text begins "0
Egym! grand roi du Midi, je te conjure et invoque par les
tres-haut et saints noms de Dieu [ ... ]" (and goes on to
name the following spirits; .fallal, J\astmcht.) pg. 29.
xxv. Conjuration au Roi d'Occident. Text begins
o Roi Bayemon! [ ... ] (and goes on to name the fol-
lowing spirits; 'Ro.su.s.) pg. 29.
XXVI . Conjuration au Roi du Septentrion. Text be-
gins "0 Roi Amaymon! [ .. . ] (and goes on to name the
following spirits; ftlallad, 1:00001, 'Ramat,
&c.) pp. 30-34.
XXVII. Conjuration pour chaque jour de la semaine.
Text begins "Pour Ie lundi a Lucifer. Cette experience se
fait souvent depuis onze heures jesqu'a [ ... ]" pg 35.
XXVIII. Conjuration du Lundi a Lucifer. Text begins
''Je te conjure, Lucifer, par Ie Dieu vivant, par Ie Dieu
vivant [ .. . ]"pp. 36-37.
XXIX. Pour Ie Mardi a Nambroth. Text Begins
"Cette experience se fait la nuit, dupuis neufheures jusqu 'a
dix [ ... ] " pg. 37.
xxx. Conjuration. Text begins ''Je te conjure
Nambroth, et te commande par taus les noms, par lesquels
tu peux etre contraint et lie [ ... ] "pp. 3 7- 3 8.
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EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE
XXXI. Pour Ie Mercredi a Astaroth. Text begins
"Cette experience se fait la nuit, dupuis dix hueres jusqu 'a
onze [ ... ]"pg. 38.
XXXII. Conjuration. Text begins "Je te conjure,
Astaroth, mechant esprit, par les paroles et vertus de
Dieu [ ... ]"pp. 39-40.
XXXIII. Conjuration. Text begins ''Je te conjure,
Acham, par I'image et ressemblance de J. C. Notre-
Seigneur [ ... ]"pg. 41.
XXXIV. Pour Ie Vendredi a Bachet. Text begins "Cette
experience se fait la nuit, dupuisneufheuresjusqu'a douze
[ . . . ]" pg. 41.
xxxv. Conjuration. Text begins "Je te conjure, Bechet
[ . . . ]" pg. 42 •
XXXVI. Pour Ie Samedi a Nabam. Text begins "Cette
experience se fait la nuit, dupuis onze heures jusqu 'a douze
[ .. . ] " pp. 42 -43.
XXXVII. Conjuration. Text begins "Je te conjure,
Nabam, au nom de Satan, au nom de Beeleze1mt, au
nom d'Astaroth [ ... ]" pp. 43-44.
XXXVIII. Pour Ie Dimanche a Aquiel. Text begins
"c ette experience se fait la nuit, dupuis onze heures jusqu 'a
une [ ... ]" pg. 44.
XXXIX. Conjuration. Text begins "Je te conjure,
Aquiel par taus les noms tcrits dans ce livre [ ... ]" pg. 45.
XL. Conjuration tres-forte pour taus les jours et a
toute huere, tant de jour que de nuit, pour les trtsors caches
[ .. . ] Text begins ''Je vous commande, demons, qui risidez
en ces lieux, ou en quelque partie du monde [ ... ]" (and
ends with the handwritten note) "ici finit la gremoire
d'Honorius." pp. 45-50.
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XLI. Leaf facing page 50 is a cryptic kaballistic
illustration.
XLII. Leaf facing page 5 I is a kaballistic illustra-
tion. A handwritten note at the top of it reads [writ-
ten in black:] "qui diabolwn vocat ipse I pater [?] est
diaboli-" below this inscription is the Hebrew
"tetragrammaton" (mn') [written in red) inscribed
upside down. Below this is a kaballistic illustration
with the words [written in black:] "Diabolus Mendax
est et Pater ejus Q.E.D.P.E.D." and below that, a hand-
written note [written in red) reading "nomini Diaboli
est I inverso et Subversio I nominis Dei I Et corpus
diaboli est I wnbra corporis Dei.
Az. 1760, French edition.
[within a tkJuble-rule border:] GRIMOIRE I DU I
PAPE HONORIUS, I AVEC UN RECUEIL I
DES PLUS RARES SECRETS. I [kaballistic device]
I [single rule] I A ROME (1760) I
Collation: 74 leaves, pp. i-xxv, 1-103, 104-106, 107-
115,116-123.
Contents: No quarter-title, pp. iii-iv vii-iix, xi, xiii-
xiv, xii, xiv, xv, xx, xxii-xxiii are blank. Woodcut [?]
FRONTISPIECE "Garde pour les moutons" p. ii; TITLE p.
iii; TABLE 104-106, APPENDICES 107-115, 116-123.
Binding: Black boards. White end-papers; all edges
cut.
EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE
Notes: I examined the copy of this edition which was
acquired by the British Library on July 19, 1977.
Although the title page gives the date 1760, the Brit-
ish Library dates the actual printing of the book at
1810. The contents of this edition appear to be the
basis for Arthur Edward Waite's exposition of The
Grimoire of Pope Honorius in his Book of Black Magic
& Of Pacts (London, 1898).
Overview of Contents:
I. Pages following the title-page and preced-
ing the text body of the work are a gallery of the
illustrations referred to in the book itself. The fron-
tispiece is intended to act as figure I and thus the
first nwnerated illustration is figure 2, a coq noir or
black hen, referred to in the initial Orison in the text
proper. Although similar illustrations appear in other
grimoires, (notably, Le Poule Noire), this illustration
is, as far as I know, exclusive to this edition of this
work. Figure 24 is a frontispiece to the "Constitu-
tion du Pape Honorius Ie Grand" and is an illustra-
tion of the apparation of Saint Genevieve. (Saint
Genevieve, circa 422-C. 500, is the patron saint of
Paris, and was born in nearby Nanterre, France.)
II. Constitution du Pape Honorius Ie Grand. Text
begins "Le St. Siege apostolique, a qui les clefs du royau11U
de Cieux ont ete donnees par ces paroles de J.-C. a St
Pierre: Je te donne les clefs du royaume des cieux; a
toi seul puissance de commander au prince des tinebres et
, [ ]"
a ses anges... pp. 3-7.
III. Orison. Text begins "Mon Seigneur Jesus-
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Christ, fils du Dieu vivant [ ... ] "pp. 7- I 2.
IV. Orison. Text begins ''Jesus-Christ, redempteur
des hommes, qui etant l'agneau sans tache, avez ete immok
pour k salut du genre humain[ ... ]" pp. 12-15.
v. En I'honneur des Ia tres-sainte et tres-auguste
Trinite; Ie Pere, Ie Fils et Ie Saint-Esprit. Ansi soit-il.
Text begins "Les soixante-douze sacres noms de Dieu,
Trinitas, Sother, Messias, Emmanuel [ ... ]" pp. 15-
18.
VI. Conjuration universal/e. Text begins "Ego N.
conjuro te N. per Deum vivum, per Deum verum, per
Deumsanctumetregnantem [ ... ]"pp. 15-18.
VII. A.P. Text begins: "Quid tardatis, quid
moramini, quid facitis? preparate vos, obedite prteceptori
vestro [ ... ]"pg. 21.
VIII. L. Q.L.F.A.P. Text begins: "Voici Ie pantacle
de Salomon, qui j'ai apporte a presence, et te fais
commandement, de la part du grand Dieu Adonay [ ... ]"
pp.2I-22.
IX. Renvoi. Text follows: "Ite in pace ad Ioca vestra
et pax sit inter vos, et vos parati sitis venire vocati. In
nomine Patris, et Filii, et Spritus saneti. Amen. "pg. 2 2.
X. Aet. D. G. Text follows: "Laus, honor, gloria
benedieto sit sedenti super thronum et viventi in secula
secloium. Amen." pg. 22.
XI. Conjuration du livre. Text begins: "Je te con-
jure, Livrem d'etre utile et profitable a tous ceux qui te
hront [?] pour Ia reus site de leurs affaires [ .. . ]" pg. 22.
XII. II faut dire ce qui suit avant Ie signe du Livre.
Text begins: ''Je vous conjure et ordonne, Esprits, tous et
autant que vous etes,. de recevoir ce livre en bonne part
EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE
[ ... ]" pp. 23-2 4'
XIII. Conjuration des demons. Text begins: "Au
nom du Pere, et du Fils, et du St.-Esprit: Alerte, venez
tous Esprits Parla vertu et Ie pouvoir votre Roi [ ... ] "pp.
24-2 5.
XIV. Apres ces conjurations, vous ordonnerez
d'apposer Ie cachet. Text begins: "Les cercles se doivent
foire avec du charbon ou de l'eau binite aspergee avec du
bois de Ia croix binite [ ... ]" pg. 25.
xv. Ce qu 'il faut dire en composant les cercles. Text
begins: "Seigneur on a recours a votre vertuj Seigneur,
confimez cet ouvrage, ce qui est opere eu nous [ ... ]" pp.
25- 26.
XVI. Pour les renvuyer, il faut montrer Ie Pantack
de Salomon prononfant ce qui suit. Text begins: "Voila
votre sentance qui vous defend d'etre rebelks a nos voluntes
[ ... ]" pp. 27- 28.
XVII . Conjuration au roi de 1'0rient. Text begins
''Je te conjure et invoque, 6 puissant Magoa [ ... ]" (and
goes on to name the following spirits; tnassal!d, 2lsid,
ardud & acorib.) pp. 28-29.
XVIII. Conjuration au roi du Midi. Text begins "0
Eg;ym, grand roi du Midi,je te conjure et invoque par les
tres-hauts et saints noms de Dieu [ ... ]" (and goes on to
name the following spirits; .:fadlll, .rusrmcht.) pg. 29.
XIX. Conjuration au roi d'Occident. Text begins 0
Roi Bayemon! [ ... ] (and goes on to name the follow-
ing spirits; 'Rosus.) pg. 29.
xx. Conjuration au Roi du Septentrion. Text be-
gins "0 toi [sic] Amaymon! [ .. . ] (and goes on to name
the following spirits; ftladlld, 1:aaool, ;Bamulha[, ;Bdm,
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'Ramat, &c.) pp. 30-34.
XXI. Conjuration pour chaque jour de la semaine.
Text begi?s "Pour Ie lundi a Lucifer. Cette experience se
fait souvent depuis onze heures jesqu 'a [ ... ]" pg. 34.
XXII. Conjuration du Lundi a Lucifer. Text begins
"Je te conjure, Lucifer, par Ie Dieu vivant, par Ie Dieu
vrai [ ... ]" pp. 34-36.
XXIII. Pour Ie mardi a Frimost. Text begins "Cette
experience se fait la nuit, dupuis neuf heures jusqu 'a dix
[···]"pg·36.
XXIV. Conjuration. Text begins "Je te conjure
Frimost, et te commande par tour les noms, par lesquels
tu peux etre contraint et lie [ .. . ] " pp. 36- 37.
xxv. Pour Ie mercredi a Astaroth. Text begins
"Cette experience se fait la nuit, dupuis dix hueres jusqu 'a
onze [ ... ]"pg. 37.
XXVI. Conjuration. Text begins ''Je te conjure,
Astaroth, mechant esprit, par les paroles et venus de
Dieu [ ... ] " pp. 37-38.
XXVII. Pour Ie mercredi a Silcharde. Text begins
"Cette experience se fait fa nuit, dupuis neufheures jusqu 'a
quatre [ ... ]" pp. 38-39.
XXVIII. Conjuration. Text begins ''Je te conjure,
Sikharde, par I'image et ressembfance de J. C. notre
Seigneur [ ... ]"pg. 39.
XXIX. Pour Ie vendredi a Bechard. Text begins "Cette
experience se fait la nuit, dupuis neufheures jusqu 'a douze
[···]"PP·39-4
0
.
xxx. Conjuration. Text begins ''Je te conjure,
Bechard [ ... ]" pg. 40.
XXXI. Pour Ie Samedi a Guland. Text begins "Cette
EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE
experience se fait la nuit, dupuis onze heures jusqu 'a douze
[···]"PP· 4
0
-41.
XXXII. Conjuration. Text begins "Je te conjure,
Guland [ .. . ]" pg. 41.
XXXIII. Pour Ie Dimanche a Surgat. Text begins
"Cette experience se fait fa nuit, dupuis onze heuresjusqu'a
une [ .. . ]"pg. 42.
XXXIV. Conjuration. Text begins "Je te conjure,
Surgat par tour les noms eents dans ce livre [ ... ] "pg. 42.
xxxv. Conjuration tres-forte pour tour les jours et a
toute huere, tant de jour que de nuit, pour les tresors caches
[ ... ] Text begins ''Je vour commande, demons, qui risidez
en ces lieux, ou en quelque partie du monde [ ... ] »pp. 43-
47·
BI. Italian translation of 1760 French edi-
tion.
Biblioteca di Scienze Occu1te I n Grimorio I di I
Papa Onorio ill I [single rule] I Tratto dalla edizione
di Roma I del 1760 I [single rule] I Con 23
riproduzioni di pentacoli I sigilli e cerchim magici I
[kaballistic device] I ALBERTO FIDI - EDITORE I
Milano - Vis Paolo da Cannobio, 29 I - 1924 - I
Collation: (5 1/8 X 8 3/8) 52 leaves, pp. 1-74,75-100,
102-104.
Contents: No quarter-title, TITLE p. I; TABLE 102-104-
APPENDICES 107-115, 116-123.
DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS
Binding: Black cloth. Brown end-papers; all edges cut.
Notes: Appears to be a direct translation of the 1760
French edition.
H2. 1978, French reprint of 1670 edition.
[within ornate border:] GREMOIRE I DV PAPE
HONORIVS I AVEC VN RECVEIL I DES PLVS
RARES I SECRETS I [kaballisticdevice] I AROME
I [single rule] I MLXLXX [sic] I
Collation: (4 1/8 x 7 1116) 74 leaves, pp. 1-61, 62-
137, 13
8
-
1
44.
Contents: TITLE p. 3; TABLE 138-144.
Binding: Black boards. White end-papers; all edges
uncut.
Notes: This appears to be a verbatim reprint of the
original 1670 edition; although the text has been re-
set, the original copyist or typesetting mistakes in
the Latin are repeated here. There are a few minor
differences in the illustrations given than those in
the original edition. One illustration, not present in
the 1670 edition, is facing page 34. It is given upside
down and presents two circles with double rings,
arranged vertically within a double-ruled border. The
top circle has the Hebrew phrase "'::I,mto<n, n, :
,nto< n,n, :" set within the two rings. Inside the
EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE
circle is a kamea, apparently based on the root He-
brew "n1i1'''. The inscription in and around"the sec-
ond circle is too corrupt to be fully elucidated. The
bottom line of the text given in within the seal ap-
pears to read 'Wto<,' in a cipher form of Hebrew. Be-
low the two circles is the Hebrew inscription "'",
n:Jt:l:J'."

THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS

.MCl~ClvnJ.THE <l3rrat <l3rimoirr OF popr i!tonorius TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN BY ~nttll Ql\'irn WHEREUNTO IS APPENDED AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF A RARE WORK OF ECCLESIASTIC EXORCISM TRANSLATED BY ftlatthtm ~lIioQn POPE HONORIUS III Tridrnt :Sooks .

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.......LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Symbols to be inscribed at the four quarters of the circle ................... ............. ...... FIGURE ii To be inscribed on the secret grave of the sacrificial lamb ..................... FIGURE iv Additional characters to be inscribed on the lambskin ....... FIGURE vii To be inscribed on the lambskin while reading the 72nd Psalm .................................... FIGURE i Inscription for use by the magician with the virgin parchment .............. after the skin has been prepared .................. FIGURE V Characters to be cut into the lambskin.......... ....................................... FIGURE iii Characters to be inscribed on vellum ..... FIGURE vi To be inscribed on the lambskin while reading 7IstPsahn ..... FIGURE viii To be inscribed on the lambskin after it is prepared while reading 2nd Psalm .................... FIGURE ix ..............

............. FIGURE xxi The seal or sigil of Bechard . the main text of the book is an English translation of the German given in Scheible's Das Kloster..... .. in Scheible's German....................... FIGURE xiii EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION The first of the three smaller Pentacles of King Solomon .......... Although unrelated to the Grimoire........... sigils and barbarous inscriptions which are generally associated with this work.. ....................... FIGURE xxii The seal or sigil of Surgat ... As an appendix to the Great Grimoire of Honorius. FIGURE xii The Magic Circle of Pope Honorius ................ FIGURE xi The Grand Pentacle of Solomon ................ 95 . FIGURE xvii The Pe~tacle of the Gospel of St..... FIGURE XV1ll The seal or sigil of Lucifer ........... a lacuna in the Latin manuscript is noted I have placed an ellipse within brackets. I have also taken the liberty of including many of the pentacles......... FIGURE xx The seal or sigil ofFrimost . FIGURE xvi The seal or sigil of Guland .......... I have elected to include the first English translation of a little-known 1492 monastic manuscript dealing with the rite of exorcism titled Coniurationes Demonum............. Where.... ... FIGURE xv The third of the three smaller Pentacles of King Solomon ......................... FIGURE X Alternate version of FIGURE ix .. ].. .............................. John ......... The manuscript which Scheible worked from did not include the Constitution attributed to Pope Honorius....... FIGURE xix The seal or sigil of Silcharde .. [........ FIGURE xiv The second of the three smaller Pentacles of King Solomon ..... FIGURE xxiii II HIS edition of The Great Grimoire ofPope Honorius is an amalgamation of sev- eral elements...... for the reader's convenience I have included the French text of the Constitution from the 1760 edition with the Idries Shah English translation of this text....DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS (XI) To be inscribed on the lambskin after it is prepared while reading Ps... I felt that its inclusion helped round off (x) ............. the Baptlst .......................

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this volume and also makes an interesting work available to readers which might not have otherwise found its way into print. I am indebted to Mr. Matthew Sullivan for his superb work in translating this obscure text. The barbarous inscriptions (figures i-x) were restored by Mr. Joel Radcliffe. His artwork was then digitized and further prepared for use. I have opted to include the original German text of the Grimoire so readers can refer to the source work if they so choose. Where in the German text Scheible interjected a question mark, these have been removed in the English translation when the source of the original confusion or contention was resolved. However, I have left Scheible's annotations to the text ~tact and they have been translated for your inspectIon. For those of you who are interested in the myriad of past foreign language editions of the Grimoire, I have written a cursory examination of the major editions published between the middle ages and the modem era; it is included as an appendix in this volume. James Banner Seattle, ~ashington December 23,1998

TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE

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with certain trepidation that I accepted to undertake the task of translating The Great Grimoire of Pope Honorius, a book which has gained infamy in both the Americas and Europe. After a brief vacation during the summer of 1996 in Berlin, while brushing up on the peculiarities of the language employed by the writer of this work, I began the translation which is presented herein. The handwritten chapter at the end of the work, a summation of the use of the book, appears to be the work of an author other than the writer of the main body of the text; it employs a different style of writing and dialect and was probably added to the work by the scribe of the Latin manuscript. Where in the original text a sentence might run on for up to an entire page I have endeavored to break them up into shorter, more comprehensible, sentences. Throughout the text I have translated the GerT WAS

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man words for morning, noon, evening, and midnight as East, South, West and North respectively under certain circumstances. The use of these words in the original text made more sense when taken as the directions on an astrological wheel, i.e. sunrise in the East on the ascendent, noon in the South on" the mid-heaven, etc. Instances of this type are addressed with footnotes. Many thanks to Sheila Prieur, who acted in an advisory capacity during the translation of this work. Her suggestions in correcting certain passages of the original German text were extremely helpful. I would also like to thankJosephMoore for his help in proofreading the finished translation and for his assistance in editing the first draft of my translation. Thanks also to the Editor for his help in interpreting some of the magical terminology used in the present work. Kineta Ch'ien November 22, 1998 Seattle, Washington

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HE GRIMOIRE of Pope Honorius is almost nonexistant in manuscript form and, as far as I have been able to determine, no original Latin manuscript or bound volume is extant in the holdings of any European or American library. This fact alone makes the work of philologists who are concerned with the provenance of the present work very difficult. Practitioners of medieval magick and demonologists who are interested in the historical context of this book will find more questions than there are answers for similar reasons. The Grimoire ofPope Honorius is often confused with the Sworn Book ofHonorius, or LiberJuratus. The Sworn Book is said to have been composed during the fifteenth century and the Grimoire ofPope Honorius does not appear in printed form until 1629 and is generally thought to be a pseudepigraphical work, created as an attack on the Catholic Church or Pope Honorius in particular. These concepts are inconsistentwith the records kept by a Dominican inquisi-

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BIBLIOGRAPHIC PROLEGOMENON

tor by the name of Nicholas Eymericus who lived from 1320-1399. Eymericus had contact with works on magic and in the Directory for Inquisitors, he reports that he personally confiscated such books as Honorius the Necromancer's Treasury ofNecromancy from the hands of necromancers and later had such manuscripts burned in public. This reference alone asserts that magical texts attributed to Honorius are more antique than any historians of magical literature have lead us to believe. Unlike the editions of the sixteenth and seventeenth. centuries, the book which you hold in your hands mcludes a section which I have never seen in any other copy of the Grimoire, being a section dealingwith the conjuration of the angels of the air, similar to that given in works of this genre. Indeed, the names of the spirits of the air given in the Grimoire are also to be found in the Heptameron with one exception; the spirit <l3ambol. We find this spirit named by Dr. John Dee. It is evident by reading the work that this section regarding aerial spirits was not simply inserted into the text body but rather the text flows smoothly, giving no sign of a change of tone thoughout, suggesting that it was an original facet of the work. The Grimoire itself may lend supporting evidence to this hypothesis; a 'note by Scheible at the beginning of the book states that the Grimoire was originally used for the purpose of demonic exorcism. This is consistent with the inclusion of angelic conjurations. It was common during an exorcism for the priest or clergyman performing the rite (XVI)

to conjure the angels of heaven to assist him in the casting out the spirits of darkness and to protect him and others from the attacks of the enemy during the rite. This practice has been abandoned in the Catholic rite and no longer appears in the Rituale Romanum. Also, we read in the Constitution that the text was intended to aid the exorcist so he would not become overwhelmed by the appearance of the demons and become weakened, allowing the spirits to overtake him. The fact that the text was originally written for the ~urpose of exorcism leads one to the possibility that It may have come from another document which was intended for the purpose of exorcism. Arthur E. Waite, in his Book of Black Magic and Pacts, writes that the Grimoire may be nothing more than a perversion of a book of orthodox angelic conjurations. The text could possibly have been used by the church during its exorcism of the possessed. This begs the question of what the intent of the original source text might have been. Much like the printed editions of 1660 and 1670, the original text of this work was not accompanied by any drawings of sigils or magical symbols. The sigils which are attributed to the Grimoire are not found in any edition until that of 1760. While the sigils of the demons featured in the Grimoire were added at a later date, they do have distinct relationships to other black books, namely, Grimoirium Verum and the Dragon Rouge. The sigils of :(nora and Slshmmth in the later editions of the Grimoire of Pope Honorius are identical to those given to these spirits (XVII )

(XVIII) There is a work which is extremely rare and which I have not been able to locate to this day that also bears the name of Pope Honorius as the author. Those of . Even a cursory inspection of the Sworn Book reveals that the text falls far short from presenting the whole of the art of magic. The sigil of . ThIS collectIOn of an~elic conjurations is thought by many to be wholly different than the text of the Grimoire but I do not know of anyone that has seen the text. if we are to believe the introduction of the Sworn Book when the writer states that the purpose of the text was to compose a work that contained the whole of the art of magic. When examining the Sworn Book we see that. that the Grimoire could be the rest of the Sworn Book. Michigan (XIX) . The exclusion of diabolism and the manipulation of these agents in the Sworn Book suggests that the manuscripts are either incomplete or partial copies of a larger work. Although there is a short section at the end of the Sworn Book which does deal with conjuring the demonic spirits. more complex. 1998 Traverse City. a section dealing with the conjuring of the demonic spirits. The conjuration of the angels of the air in the Grimoire makes the strongest case that the present work has an older. like the Grimoire ofPope Honorius. This leads us to yet another possibility. so to make ~u~~ a claim would be vain to say the least. John Davis October 25. printed at Rome in 1529. I have personally examined a copy of the 1670 edition of the Grimoire which once belonged Eliphas Levi and was happily surprised to see that he had inserted a number of magical illustrations into the work which enhances its practical use. The sigil of~[cltQnt in the Grimoire ofPope Honorius is attributed to >3orgat in the Grimoirium Verum.:Inmost is closely related to the sigil of ~ncon in the Grimoirium Verum.BIBLIOGRAPHIC PROLEGOMENON DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS in the Dragon Rouge. Honorii Papae Adversus Tenebarum Principem et Ejus Angelos conjurationes ex Ori~inale R~ae Servat~. The posslblhty of it being related to the Grimoire is indeed as high as it not being so. this section seems to have been either left incomplete or abbreviated by scribes of the manuscript versions of the work. it is very Catholic in sensibility and concerns itself mainly with angelic conjurations. lineage than historians of magic have suspected.silchardc and <J3uland are identical to those attributed to these same spirits in Grimoirium Verum.

and Guido. As a very young man he entered the ranks of the clergy and rose to be canon of St.(XXI) THE LIFE OF POPE HONORIUS III III was elected pope by the method of compromise. In this case the committee was composed of Ugolino. cardinal-bishop of Ostia. he drew up a tax list which was of great value to the papal government. After Celestine's death Innocent ill likewise made use of Cencio's capable services. cardinal-bishop ofPraeneste. This means that the cardinals entrusted the choice of the next pope to a committee. Cencio Savelli was born in Rome of a powerful family. While chamberlain. cardinal-deacon and cardinal-priest. and when Hyacinth became Pope Celestine ill. Mary Major. He was consecrated as Honorius ill on July ONORIUS III . or prime minister. He worked for Cardinal Hyacinth Bobo. Cencio was about sixty-eight years old when chosen pope. The two chose the aged Cencio Savelli. Cencio became his chamberlain. and he accepted the honor with reluctance.

1220. and a charming kindliness. He took a militant interest in spreading the gospel among the Prussians. The Sultan El Kamil actually offered to surrender Jerusalem and other holy places in exchange for Damietta. He was determined to carry out his great predecessor's plan for a new crusade. but to the end of his life the gallant old Pope continued to work for a new crusade. Honorius secured grain from Sicily to feed his hungry people. The crusaders advanced on Cairo. In this he was not particularly successful. He crowned Peter Courtenay as Latin Emperor of Constantinople in 12 17. and he made great efforts to get it under way. were trapped in the Nile Valley.1216 THE LIFE OF POPE HONORIUS at Perugia and was crowned at Rome on August 6. He approved the Dominicans in 1216 and the Franciscans in 1223. InJanuary 1226 he approved the Carmelites. In 1217 King Andrew of Hungary led a group of knights to the Holy Land. 1216. In England he protected King John's little boy Henry III and took measures to safeguard his throne. Like Innocent III. Meanwhile the ambitious monarch secured the imperial coronation from the hopeful Honorius on November 22. He granted privileges to the great universities of Paris and Bologna. Highly indignant when merchants stored grain and sent prices skyrocketing. The crusade got off to a grand start when the Christian army captured Damietta. dilly-dallied and hemmed and hawed down to the death of Honorius. but accomplished little. Like Innocent III. and had to surrender anyway. Expecting Frederick to start any time now. Emperor Frederick II. Even more disastrous was the movementled byJohn de Briennein 1218 which is known as the Fifth Crusade. too. who had vowed to go on the crusade and was its natural leader. A canonist who contributed much to church law. 122 7. The Cistercians. but Honorius guessed wrong. he made his influence felt in the far comers of Europe. Honorius took a keen interest in the ardent intellectual life of the universities. This fiasco was a cruel blow to Honorius.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS 24. One of this kind pope's last acts was to help the Roman people during a famine. Honorius III was an attractive personality. Honorius threw himself into the work of ruling the Church with plenty of vigor. Honorius worked hard to promote peace among (XXII ) Christian princes. he declined the offer. (XXIII ) . a key port in Egypt. a practical aptitude for affairs. He combined love of learning. He urged Louis VIII of France to take over the Albigensian crusade. Honorius favored the great new orders of friars. Though old. felt the strong support of the pious Pope. Honorius III died greatly respected on March 18.

Therefore with the virtue of these keys the Chief of the Church has become the Chief of Hell. la saintete d'Honorius III. Ie chef de I' eglise a ete fait Seigneur des enfers. only the Ruling Pontificate' has possessed the virtue and the . Tu serviras a ton seul Seigneur. qui comme les seIViteurs se leur maItre.(xxv) .-c. who are his seIVants. Comme jusqu'a ce jour les souverains pontifes ont eu seuls la puissance d'appeler les esprits et de leur commander.CONSTITUTIONS DU PAPE HONORIUS LE GRAND THE CONSTITUTION OF POPE HONORIUS THE GREAT Le St Siege apostolique. To thee alone I give the ability to order the Prince of Darkness and the angels. And in these other words ofJesus Christ: Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God. gloire et obeissance. a qui les clefs du roy-aume de Cieux ont ete donnees par ces paroles de J. par la puissance des clefs. a toi seul puissance de commander au prince des tenebres et 11 ses anges. and who obey him with honour. par la The Holy Apostolic Chair. a St Pierre:Je te donne les cleft du royaume des deux. addressed to Saint Peter by Jesus Christ: I give unto thee the Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven. to which were given the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven by these words. But until the time of this Constitution. and Him only shalt thou serve. lui doivent honneur.-c. par les autres paroles de J.

dont Ie tres saint nom est Jesus. il a dit: sur cette pierre je biitirai mon eglise. voulant commun-iquer aux esprits. devant lequel les cieux. we desire to transmit and to share this power with our respected brethren and our esteemed sons in Jesus Christ. laquelle puissance a ete transmise a St Pierre. Archbishops. Nous donc qui par la misericorde de Dieu. Now His Holiness. de puer que dans l'exorcisme des possedes. » These were the words which were addressed to Saint Peter. the Priests. We feel that while exorcising those who are possessed they might become overcome at the frightful appearances of the rebellious Angels who were thrown into the Pit for their (XXVI ) (XXVII) . portiers. salut et benediction apostolique.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE CONSTITUTION OF POPE HONORIUS sollicitude pastorale. elevated to this high office through the benignity of God. eveques. malgre notre peu de merite. ases venerables freres enJ. Serviteur des servi-teurs de Dieu: A tous et chacun nos venerables freres de la sainte Eglise romaine. les pretres. lecteurs. Clerks whether Secular or Regular. upon you all health and the Apostolic Benediction. au souverain apostolat. avons en main les clefs du royaume des cieux. que Ie peche a precipite dans l'abime et qu'ils ne soient meme pas suffisamment over Demons. have the intention and desire of communicating this power over the spirits which we possess and which has until now been known only to those of our rank. Subdeacons. chacun nos fils enJ. the Son of God. he who was the chief and the basic foundation of the Church. has kindly decided to transmit the methods and ability of invoking and controlling spirits. of the tribe of David. -c. et dont nos precedesseurs avaient seuls joui. comme Ie chef et Ie fondement de l'eglise. and the Gates of Hell shall not succeed it. sauveur de monde. ils ne soient epou vantes par horribles figures de ces anges rebelles. en faire part. les cardinaux.. sousdiacres. anos venerables freres et chers fils en J. Bishops.-c. the Cardinals. vivait sur la terre. atous. exorcistes. a bien voulu communiquer la maniere et Ie pouvoir d'appeler et commander aux esprits. and Abbots. comme legitime successeur de St Pierre. abbes.. and he has added the conjurations whi ch are needed for this: and all is to be found in our Bull which follows. to each one of our sons inJesus Christ. la terre et l'enfer doivent power to command the spirits and invoking them. This power he passed on and communicated to Saint Peter with these words: "Upon this Rock I shall build my Church. the Saviour. To each and every of our respected Brethren of the Holy Roman Church. iI< In the times when Jesus. Cantors. Ces paroles furent adresses a St Pierre. By the inspiration of God. dis-je. acolythes. Pastors. Honorius ill. sommes parvenus. ajoutant les conjurations qu'il faut faire en pareil cas. iI< Dans Ie temps que Ie fils de Dieu. on a vu avec quelle puissance il a commande aux demons. Exorcists.-c. We. Deacons. diacres. et qui. and inheritor as the successor to Saint Peter of the Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven. Ie tout contenu dans la bulle suicante: Honorius. tant seculiers que reguliers. etc. et ne selon son humanite de la race semence de David. the undeserving Pontiff. archeveques. to his brothers in Jesus Christ.. et les pertes de l'enfer me prevaudront point contre elle. clercs. Acolytes. qui nous etait reserve anous seuls. par inspiration divine. en-gendre avant Ie temps. the revered ones. Honorius. voulant. Servant of the Servants of God. lived on this Earth: we see what power he exercised t1echir les genoux. having become mellowed by his pastoral duties.

-c.' changable manner whereby they may be invoked. en vertu du saint siege apostolique.. sins. d'observer inviolablement ce qui suit. et parce qu'il convient que les ministres des autels aient autorite sur les esprits rebelles. who copied it from somewhere for purpose of the demon exorcism. nous avons insere. for they maybe not well enough versed in the things which they should know and use. (XXVIII) . dans cette bulle. et nous leur ordonnons. And we command them. et qu'ainsi ceux qui ont ete rachetes par Ie sang de J . taking no nourishment other than bread and water. 1:hr <J3rrat <J3limoirr of ~opr !lonolin! AD t MCCXX beginning.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS instruits de ce qu'il faut faire et observer.. we entrust them herewith with the powers which have thus far been ours alone. qu'il faut observer inviolablement. too. not by the power of his own will but by the omnipotence of God whose desired purpose is written. what could not be sorted out is printed word-forword from the original manuscript. EFORE NOTE BY SCHEIBLE: I present this from a manuscript from the Infernal Library of a Schwabian farmer. ne puissent etre affliges d'aucuns maleflees. communion and a three day fast. With humble heart and sins arraigned... et possedes par Ie demon. the master of this book should prepare for this great work through confession. nous leur accordons toutes lettres que nous avons. Proceed from the eastern comer then to each other cardinal point. and so we have added to this Bull the un. bow and speak the following. par notre autorite apostolique. to follow that which follows this utterly without change: otherwise through some omission they may attract upon them the anger of the All Highest. ils ne s'attirent la col ere du ToutPuissant. de peur que par une negligence indigne de leur caractere. with so many misspellings and clerical errors as to be completely ridiculous. la maniere de les appeler. it is correct and right that those who minister at the Altar should be able to exercise power over the rebel spirhs.. Therefore. by our Papal authority. He should put on the surplice and stole and have consecrated wax candles in readiness. and we desire that those who have been redeemed by the Blood of Jesus Christ should not be tortured by sorcery or possessed by a demon. sur lequel nous sommes monte. _ . Because.

appear now. Should any of the spirits whose names are entered in this book be in another place and not able to appear. without loud. Mittiigiger. Mitternochtj literally. by the Sun and Moon and all the planets. FURTHER conjure you and command your host of spirits to appear to me when I call you with the names which are contained in this book. discordant noise or fire. I conjure you by the Holy VIrgin Mary. sunrise. by all the aforementioned names. let them send to me a spirit possessing the same powers. then no harm can be done to him. II sures of gold and silver and costly pearls you have within your power and to procure for me everything which I and those in my company are needful of. by the Judge over life and death! I conjure you by God the Father t God the Son t and God the Holy Spirit t and by all other names of the Great God Elion t Tetragrammaton t. or the command of he who ( 2 ) . and depart from here after this conjuration without tarry or delay. I command you. by those who have fallen to Hell t. by those who have willingly suffered pain and death upon the cross. Niedergang. whether you are now in the East or the West or the North. as is in your power to do. without causing terror or fear or harm to my soul or my life.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS tl2lrid. I command you. Thrones and Dominions. tlThe conjurer must be fearless and courageous. neither in life nor after death. Do quickly and exactly what I command. Behold The Conjuration ofPope Honorius the Great. You shall appear to me in a pleasing and human form as you are commanded. midday or astrological South. leave these treasures and depart from here in peace t. who will perform the same function and bind himself with oaths to obey my command. as it is written herein. Appear to me here in human form. to deliver to me all the trea"In the original.t you who opens and conceals treasures. without gaining power over us. I command you to answer all my questions in accordance with truth. midnight. without harm to our body or souls. without falsehood or deceit. Confessors t and all the Holy VIrgins. Prophets and Evangelists and Apostles and all the Holy Martyrs. Seraphim and Cherubim. by the Old and New Testaments t. by the Holy Sacrament of the Altar t. First. I conjure you by all the Angels and Archangels. southern* spirit of God. I conjure you by the Almighty who from nothing has created Heaven and Earth. SUDset. t Aufgang.

three times. i. You shall also call for me those who have the office and power this book prescribes. which is in this chalice. my holy God! Almighty God I pray to you to bless and consecrate this book through the highest names which are written herein so that it has perf~ct effect and the spirits in all places come in obedience to you. The incantation one speaks is directly after the transformation of the bread and wine. to prove your usefulness to all who read this book. I doubt not that you will fail to appear if you are denied the reward of your labors. around two intersecting lines. Furthermore. NOTE: CONJURE you. Let all the spirits that are contained in this book perform according to my will as often and as much as I command without injury to my body or my soul through the power of our Lord Jesus Christ. to whom is the honor and the glory forever.e. to be useful and to willingly serve in all your transactions. II NOTE: I employ you in order to constrain the Evil Spirits. Through the power of the almighty God all spirits must obey us.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS owns this book. ( 5) . one consecrates the hook in the names ofthe Holy Trinity. • The illustrations given in the original German are consistently drawn as in this case. I conjure you through the power of the blood of Jesus Christ. and completes the consecration by making the Sign of the Cross.. Amen! THIS IS THE CIRCLE* After this. book. Before it is opened this hook should he consecrated and a Mass to the Holy Trinity should he read. -Ed. Come to my aid. in the name of SPIRIT c the Father t the Son t and the Holy Spirit t so that they may not have MASTER A power to enter into the circle and injure anyone. after which: Forsake me not 0 Lord! my God! depart not from me. Although they may have been intended to be given in the form of circles proper. . I have decided to maintain the presentation of the original. so that the demon you send appears instantly and brings about what is commanded. even if doing so might cause momentary confusion to the Reader. I will force you to wade in sulphur and fire for four thousand years if a single one of my commands you do not obey.

that of the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t so that my word and my prayer may be agreeable to you. invariable.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS OPENING PRAYER ORO JESUS Christ. sprinkle holy water with a posy of centaury and then wrap this book in a clean. ~[!!ZQ[dQin. as the innocent infantJesus must have been swaddled. to whom is the honor and the glory forever. cause the currents of the sea to stop and the earth to tremble. eternal God! Be not mindful of my sins but hear the prayers of the (6) ~Invincible. when they are spoken. yielding through your holy names Ena. Through the invocation of all the holy names in this book which are consecrated by your holy name. beside the Gospel of St. glorious. Let all experiments made with the spirits be through the assistance of our Lord Jesus Christ to whom is the honor and glory forever. after which bind it together crosswise with linen cord and tIl II OPENING CONFESSION invincible. merciful. Golat t. through your ineffable mercy forgive me. Elison Anathema Adonai Emanuel Sabaoth. N ALPHA t & Omega & Ela t Elaya t Adonai t Ange t Avenaege t Let this book be consecrated and all spirits whose names are contained herein obey me. consecrated linen. still bless my undertaking so that I may receive the power to subdue and master the spirits of Hell and to compel them to obey my call. Through all names which are permitted to be pronounced and through all holy names as are written in this book. Elion. fire to be extinguished. take in hand a lighted wax candle. immortal. Then lay the book beneath the altar cloth for three consecutive Fridays. which. Through your sanctity and power they are blessed. . Jesus Christ! Alpha et Omega. Amen! THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS sinners and as much as I am undeserving of your grace. who reigns over all. Through the divine power and the holy sacrament of the precious body and blood in which all power and efficacy is contained. Gen t Aglat. Amen! ClNow quickly put on the stole and surplice. appearing and departing when I discharge them. I invoke your holy names. water to completely dissipate and the spirits of Hell to fly before your mighty names. and show mercy to me. John and under the holy Mass.

Chanca Teristrison t Tan ha teritrisa tabue tabrena alitia alpha et omega Adonai Jehova Adonai Adonai at honabos Agios Ishiros Adonai Tetragrammaton Adonai. call them I:IIIIIIIIII!~~ to your aid and say: I pray to you.II N THE FOLLOWING day betake one self to a solitary spot and speak the following prayer. to help and assist me in all things which I afterwards shall ask. after which apply to the named angels. in consideration of the divine perfection. Also that they not inflict harm of soul or body upon me or anyone around me or frighten us with loud. you who lives and reigns forever. discordant noises and that they shall obey all my commands through you my creator. discordant noise and in a pleasing form by the almighty power of the mighty names of the great living God Adonai t Sadai t Aa t Agiost Emanuel t Agios t Otheos t Jesiros t Athanatos t Alpha t et Omega Holy Lord God Tzabaoth t Bind this word Holy (8) . Amen! THE NAMES OF THE AIR SPIRITS NOTE: This prayer is spoken on the day before the one on which the air spirits will be summoned. I conjure you to readily accomplish my will. the mother of Jesus Christ and through the power of the holy names of the great and living God. readily appear to me now. I conjure you. I conjure you by Agios Otheos t Isvios t Atthonalos t Alpha t et Omega t and through the power and merit of the glorious Virgin Mary. spirits. THE CONJURATION OF THE AIR SPIRITS DONAl! My heavenly and goodly Father. I pray to you 0 Lord my God. Also read a Mass to the Holy Spirit.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS keep it in a pure place until you have need of it. have pity on me as a poor sinner and extend your mighty arm • today. that I may praise your holy name Jesus Christ. to be favorable to me in my desires accordingly as I demand and that you come quickly to me. THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS R"'!=I. As many of you as there may be. and that you bring my desires to a good and happy outcome. I call out to you from my innermost heart that the spirits which I have summoned must come and bring what I require and answer all questions without lies or ambiguities. Amen! Strengthen me against the spirits. you obstinate spirits. Finally bestow. without loud.

They are named: 'i. most Holy Trinity. N. then they will fulfill every wish. • ~artruit. ~n1lI11ot. spirit N. through our Lord Jesus Christ. They must ( II ) End of the first conjuration. ( 10) . Again. appear to me in a pleasing form. assiduously. in the names of God Adonai t El t Elion t Elia t Adonai t Sadai t LVX t Tetragrammaton t Alpha t et Omega t Messias t Soter t Emanuel t Sabaoth t Sapiens t Victor t Via t Veritas t Vita t Agios t Otheos and by all the other names of God which are known to mortals and immortals. By the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Holy is the Lord Tzabaoth t '. I compel you to appear here now. creator of all Nature. OTE: One must call each spirit with his name. I conjure you by all the glory and the power of the divine majesty. In the power of God the Father t and of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t.&ton & S!to\. 'f)ati. again I conjure you aforesaid spirit. who stand before the countenance of God daily and ceaselessly call to him: 'Holy. <Bmap. Whoever has perfected knowledge of these spirits will not find it difficult to discover what has taken place in all four parts of the world and all the spirits will obediently fulfill your desires. who has appeared before me. Holy. without violence. Slsmodai. to depart from me in peace and to return the place which the Lord of eternity has or• dained for you. the crucified.. and that you accomplish my desires on the place where I have called you . Slstarom. ~£dZtbub. In the names of the Father t and of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t Amen! THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS THE NAMES OF THE AIR SPIRITS Michaell!4 Gabrielle Gamboll!4 Raphael Serachiell!4 Anaell!4 Kaphpiel FORMAL DISCHARGE OF THE SPIRITS CONJURE YOU. who lives and reigns forever.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS Spirit. and in a pleasing form and execute all my commands. 1:rDiamon. by all the twenty-four elect. I command that you appear whenever I call you by your name and stamp the ground thrice with my foot.u(ifn. Again I conjure you to immediately obey my authority.

The first three give their sigil and seal as one demands from them. The power of the Holy Spirit illuminates me t Alpha and Omega. they reign partly in the water. The glory and unity t the might of the Father t the wisdom of the Son t protects me. God made flesh. Jesus Christ. He sometimes goes forth from his place and commands all the orders of spirits who follow him. 1Causata. The next three have the power to make a person invisible and to transport things from one place to another when you command them to by means of a stone which they will give you by the beginning of the third day of the waning moon. One must ftlolo. . be it gold or silver. Jlapr. agathor. • Shtllroth comes in the form of a young woman. The conjurer must call them by rank and office in a strong voice. They can be summoned at any hour but only during the waning moon. is alone true shelter and protection to me through this holy invocation. in this capacity one cites her. silver. Briadrsj the last three: BUgola. In them one perceives what one wishes. partly upon the earth. Each has his appointed office. gives gold.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS serve you whether you be at home or under the open sky. Amen! ~I pray to you. Amen! The Divinity blesses me and preserves me t The immeasurable Good shelters me. by the terrifying day of judgment and the ascent of the Lord to Heaven and his descent into Hell. mighty Lord. jdOj the next three: 1Coosin. LUCIUS CASER «I. These spirit-princes are twenty-four in number. She gives secret advantage. jusatinr. The last three arrange meetings and are called on the eleventh day of the waning moon at its setting.Iotuda. THE CONJURATION OF ASTAROTH* II N THE NAMES of the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit. One summons all of them in the same way. etc.The first three spirit Princes are called: THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS Take note that 1Cuctus is also called 1:uctfu. that you will suffer me to conjure Sbtaroth. houses. ( 12 ) call her nine times. . The following three of the named spirits bring what a person desires from remote places. but only on the fifth day of the waning moon when it is setting. In the name of the Father t in the names of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit. arniadarnj the three after that: altaino.

so that he immediately and without delay appear before me in human form without din and without cunning and truthfully answer my questions and be submissive and obedient to me as our Lord Jesus Christ was submissive to his Father at his death. amphmm. reveals treasures. ~IDlant speaks truthfully. makes one invisible and finds thieves and murderers. reveals treasure and gives accurate answers. ~bos appears as an angel and makes one intelligent and courageous. J)aal. bestows concentration and the ability to remember anything one wishes. with long beard and a crown upon·his head. upon a tall horse who teaches secret sciences and heals sickness. West or North. 15. He hath power also to destroy Dignities both Spiritual and Temporal. from the East. by everything which is in him. an old man. creator of All. gold and whatever else qne desires. only his upper half is a man. and through his resurrection. (J3arno[t. rels and causes fools to dance. lranph procures horses for as long as one has need of them. (J3£bqll teaches the language of birds. stirs up quar*BLSloane 2731. South. bestows the ability to become invisible and to be liked by the people. procures knowledge oflanguages." t The useage here of the personage of Saint Peter as what appears to be a servitor of Shmrorh is somewhat peculiar.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS through the deprivation. Friday and Saturday when the moon is waxing. the visible and the invisible. an old man. a crowned Prince. . Slgml. He is invoked Wednesday. by almighty God. fol. ~ttrust gladly gives answers. in sight of the Sun or under the Earth. 17thcentury. brings silver. johann bestows the ability to make oneself liked and opens any prison. 2lr11s appears with two crowns and a sword in hand and obtains favors from any person. Rooon. a mighty eastern prince. imprisonment and death of our Lord Jesus Christ. teaches languages.B or !i!garu teaches all Languages or Tongues presently. ~os. allarus. ~rnal appears as a body of clear water and when one wishes will cause rain. strengthens the spirits and causes whatever one says to happen. He reveals treasures. reveals treasures. 5. jllballor procures the favors of princes. ftlachin teaches the workings of stones and plants and will bring them immediately from distant lands. teaches and heals sickness. bestows rank and power. He teaches astrology and knowledge of things secret. «l~mul appears as a crowned woman. * an old man. rank and wealth. !\mml heals sickness and teaches knowledge of healing and poisonous herbs. Rmmt appears in the form of a bird. He gives answers. a king. his realm is in the West. upon land or in the sea. "!i!gartll.

ftlargolas argues against everyone. through the power of the all highest. teaches all sciences and also appears in the fonn of a bird. I command you to quickly send N. N. I call you through all the highest names of God. carries off cities and palaces and rebuilds them at any given place. GENERAL CONJURATION OF THE SPIRITS AND DEMONS RlP:::i. I command you by the power of the all-highest names to quickly send N. very mighty prince who governs the West. South and North. ~rgas teaches the workings of herbs and stones.IlIn N THE name of God the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t rise up and come. here to answer to me and to always do as I command. through the power of the King. (5nrt'J! procures good workers and locates murderers. you Evil Spirits. I summon you by all the highest names of God. N. (5cmar comes in the fonn of a virgin. procures health and wealth and makes one invisible. Ifyou do not then I will burn you and increase your pain.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS FIRST CONJURATION: To the Ruler of the East ~Oy Ey micane and all Holy Martyrs. eternal substance which is an invisible and unique essence. If you do not fulfill my wishes with haste then I will constrain you through the power of the Almighty to answer all my questions. Rise up and compel N. I pray and command it of you. Return to your place in the peace which is between us. then power is given to him from East and West. I com• mand you by the power of the allhighest names to quickly send N. through the seven herbs in whose halls the spirits and demons are contained. N. If you do not then I . if desired.Rarnton. you who rules the South. N. to me to answer all my questions or you must come yourself to do my will. to appear before me and answer my demands and fulfill my desires. here to answer to me and to always do as I command. through the power of the threefold. THIRD CONJURATION: To the Ruler of the South ~. SECOND CONJURATION: To the Ruler of the West AlMOND. In the names of the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t Amen.

Through her purity and holiness. her fruitful and useful virginal body and her breast. 'Rrbrdin. FOURTH CONJURATION: To the Ruler ofthe North S!grlissG. Through the Holy Trinity and through the precious blood which flowed from his side. I evoke you by all high.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS will compel you to do so through the power of the holy majesty. through his hands and his feet and through the nails of his cross. . let the bitter cup of death be taken from me. I call you GINA. the sea. Through every holy tear and every holy sigh from his eyes and his breast at the time of his painful suffering upon the holy cross. through the swaddling cloths which wrapped the babyJesus. 1Cutrrrrus. that you yourself be prepared to come here or send N N N N through the power of the living and true God and by the strength which was communicated to me and through whose command all things were created: the heavens. through the Holy Resurrection. I evoke you through the Father t through the Son t through the Holy Spirit t and through the Mother of]esus Christ the eternal Holy VIrgin. the earth. her holy viscera and her holy milk which the Son of the Father suckled through his holy body. or you yourself must come in the name of the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t and be obedient to me without threat to body or souL Come in human form. Through the Annunciation and his becoming Man and his holy baptism and the trembling and sweat which flowed from his body and the weakness in which he spoke to his Father: If it is possible. holy names. ~ _P. <l3lirta. under the earth and all which is within it. through his wounds and through his tears which he twice shed and by the pain which he suffered for us with great love through all his holy limbs. Do not delay in sending N N to me in a human and pleasing form. and I evoke you through the Power of all Powers. Through his heavenly ascension and the refuge of the Holy Spirit. Through all holy things which come to pass and should come to pass in heaven as on earth which honor our Lord Jesus Christ and the blessed VIrgin Mary and everything which in the strife-filled church is worshipped and venerated in order to honor his holy name.::~1Pl EVOKE you anew. ))rirtG. through the crown of thorns which he bore upon his head.

through the science of St. Patriarchs. T hen release him. In the name of the Creator of all beings. however give him a foreign hair and not your own: something from a rabbit. H ereafter the spirit must promise to come as often as he is called.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS through the fruit which the VIrgin Mary carried in her chaste body. Apostles and Evangelists. through the Holy VIrgin and through the chains and bonds of God. during the Mass before it is sprinkled with holy water. ~~n NOTE: The Pentaculum [sic] must be consecrated and held up. before which all knees bend. through the nine ruling Spirits. When he appears. through all Holy Angels and Archangels. and speak thus: See in this your means of coercion? Be then not obstinate against our will and go now to your appointed place! Peace be between us and you and be prepared to appear again as often as you are called. One must show this quickly to the spirits who are disobedient to ones' wishes. It is spoken between midnight and one in the morning. when you have given something to him as a gift. You must. Be prepared to appear again as often as you are called. together with the host. through which I constrain you to remain fast and unmoving and not leave from here until you have fulfilled my will. THE CONJURATION FOR THE DIFFERENT DAYS OF THE WEEK ADMINISTERED BY THE SPIRITS UNDAY: gzitl. through the herald John the Baptist. THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS return now to your place and peace be between us and you. in which all things their have purpose ordained. In the name of the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t • When these evocations are spoken and the summoned spirits appear then they must leave their sign in this book over which one speaks the gospel of St. Catherine and through all holy souls. * FORMAL RELEASE OF THE SPIRIT N THE name of that. He demands it in ex- (20 ) . through the intercession of the glorious VIrgin Mary. he will demand a • hair from your head. through the power of these boundaries by which you are confined and which you can never cross. John. which doesn't suffer that any resist His power.

The conjurer has holy water at hand and wears a surplice. =<I ~ :t 3H~ .odfO'. The conjuration takes place between eleven and twelve o'clock at night or between three and four. The circle is drawn with coal. to send your spirit to appear to me in pleasing human form. without delay and who will give me answers to all my questions and be unable to harm my body or my soul.x. Must be summoned between nine and ten o'clock at night. I conjure you. through the true God t through the holy God t through the God t who has created all things. tlTuesday: JRlmrod. be subservient to my desires and to the conditions which I have made with you.m o ::l ~ CLOS ED § !:l WITHIN HERE Z OBEY ME NIMROD OBEY ME NIMROD :t to! 3 WVN >-l tlMonday: 1[. that you immediately obey me and that you send another spirit to me who will bring a stone which has the power to make me invisible to eye and ear. I PROHIBIT II CONJURE YOU. '!.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS change for knowledge of treasure or other things which one wishes to ask him. One gives him the first stone which one finds. I conjure you by the eternal names of God t Alpha Omega Eloy Saday Messias. azld by all holy names which are written in this book. (22 ) OBEY ME NIMROD . constrain and compel you by the holy name of God which is made known through the characters v. so that you go immediately where you are sent and without causing harm to me.DdfO' .P. COME COME THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS THE CONJURATION AZIEL AZIEL II CONJURE YOU. I evoke.

I evoke you Rlrnrod by all spirits and by all creatures. I conjure you in the name of the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t In the name of the glorious Virgin Mary and . She procures the favor of princes. Present yourself to me at once. I evoke you by his holy name which causes lions and dragons to tread the ground. the God ofHosts. COME COME ASTAROTH ASTAROTH COME COME ASTAROTH ASTAROTH II EVOKE YOU Slstaroth and command you through the power of Jesus of Nazareth. ~_ EVOKE YOU S!charn by the image and the likeness of our Lord Jesus Christ through whose death the human race has been redeemed. ClFriday: 'RaW£!. He appears in kingly fonn. in his name I command you. Holy. He is summoned between three and four in the morning. who is like a consumingflame to which you dare not come. Dominions and powers. Holy is the Lord. Patriarchs and Prophets. and honor the Holy Spirit. all Angels and Thrones. I command you by all the kingdom of God t Agios. that you not forsake him to whom all honor and all praise alone is due. without harm to my body or my soul. by the Seal of Solomon which will curse you and double and increase your pain for all time if you do not come and do my will. One must give him some gold in order that he speak. He is called between eleven and twelve at night. ' I command you through He who on the day of judgment by fire which will come to judge the living and the dead. She is called between ten and eleven o'clock at night. Again. Appear quickly and obey my will.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE CONJURATION THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS the Holy Trinity. ClThursday S!charn. Apostles and Evangelists who never cease singing: 'Holy. Carry out my will without doing hann to my body or my soul. ClWednesday: Slstaroth. He will further men's fortunes and reveal hidden treasures. to whom all demons are subjugated and who was born of the Virgin Mary through the mystery of the angel Gabriel. One must give a mouse to II CONJURE YOU ~rnrod and command you by all names through which you can be constrained and summoned.

He is summoned between eleven and twelve at night. I compel you through the names Elai t Eloi t Aglat taminabot t any and all holy names which are written in this book. Evil Spirit. EVENING TETRAGRAM MAT ON . By the Holy Sacrament of the Altar through which the sins of mankind are redeemed. without harm to my body or my soul and carry out my commands. THROUGH THE LIVIN<.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS him which he himself readily indicates. I conjure you that you come without delay. in whatever part of the world you may now also be. As soon as he appears give him bread and command him to obey. I command you to come without delay or send to me another spirit who is like in power and who will carry out my wishes and not disappear until I give him leave.i UNDYlNG& REIGNING GOD COME RAGIEL COME RAGIEL THROUGH THE HOLY GOD 'Ragltl and command you to come to me. tlSaturday: Rabara. my body or my soul. CONJURE YOU. through which the spirits are constrained to appear to the conjurer at the proscribed time and carry out his will. and whatever power you have been given over this place by God and the Holy Angels I banish you through the might of the Father t through the wisdom of the Son t and MORNIN G VIRTUS MIDDAY AGLAT !Ei~m EVOKE YOU GONOT GO NOT HEREIN HEREIN MIDNIGHT imman S. tlSix strong Conjurations. EVOKE YOU GO NOT GONOT HEREIN HEREIN a Rabara in the names of . who inhabits this place.satan and :Brrlubob and in the name of asmroth & all other Spirits that you must appear when I command it of you and neither deceive nor injure me.

«I.2lacod conceals and gives treasure to whom he wishes. his region is the South. he brings them together and preserves their love. he operates towards the South. I compel you by the holy names of God t Aon t Baid t Etar t Seboti t Combin t Atur t Adonai tHen t Tetragrammaton t Sadai t Messias t Agios t Ischros t Emmanuel t Alpha t so that you have no more power to remain in this place. operates in the West. He dwells towards the South. And speak: Go forth. S!brnd in the original. spirit of legal proceedings. or literally. ftlllsid. :Azdi(Ql. his rule is westwards. Through the honor of the glorious Virgin Mary and all that is holy I banish you from this spot and send you to the depths of Hell. that of your own free will you tell me your name. which is always given from the true LordJesus Christ.* ~bid. ~OSSt6 rules the fields. ~f\ll. he lives towards the South. In the name of God the Father t of the Son t and of the Holy Spirit t. without guile or deceit. he operates towards the North. as befits a devil. evening. 1RIlmllloth opens prisons. patron of thieves. Spirit of affluence. . !\t1rnim procures patronage and honored position. cures gold and silver. JRadlll. he drives the enemy from the air and operates in the South. spirit of forests. spirit of the arts. the spirit of armies. THE END OF THE GRIMOIRE WRITTEN BY POPE HONORIUS THE GREAT. spirit of love between man and woman. he effects the judgment issued. I command you and tell you that the archangel Michael will cast you to the prisons of Hell. . He dwells in the South. :AnIlStll. <Bdllil teaches sciences. JRamut. his region is the South. his region is the North. :Achllrid pro• ftIltmg in the original or literally midheaven or astrological South. you cursed spirit. I conjure. he imparts courage and vigour. He lives towards the East. ANNO . in eternal fire which is prepared for you and all your company when you are disobedient. Therefore I command you. compel and command you powerfully. the crucified.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS through the strength of the Holy Spirit t through the truth. he favors animal lovers.* <Brid rules over the sea and makes it calm. the Son of He who has created all creatures and who has given you power over this place. his region is the East. 1220. is helpful but also loses things.

will appear immediately and without delay in a pleasing human form. to uphold his health and to bear his sorrows so that he is never called before the Law. first. I will fulfill all his wishes without exception. «l~olum pollum and as many as are dwelling here. give him knowledge so that he understands everything that he reads. On journeys I will escort him and cause him to travel quickly and without trouble. I also promise to transform old coins into negotiable currency in circulation where the conjurer lives. to deliver the longed for treasure. gold or silver made from mens' hands which on any occasion he may require for commerce. ffi 143 3 R.:. This section. I will appear to him in human form and speak with him in his mother tongue.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE HANDWRITTEN CHAPTER* Depamalath THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS business wherever he may live. I promise to protect the owner of this written book from all danger and persecution from his enemies. without trickery and without blinding light or fire and bring whatever the conjurer demands in whatever language and manner he desires. To the confirmation of this promise I have attached my sigil and signature. the spirit whose name is written in this book. I will bring what the conjurer requires without delay so that he may carry on • This section is an Oath which the spirit is to mark with his sign or sigil. erbr Corratere IiIP:::. that I. willingly. «lJngm zanium by my Word. «l <a. (31 ) . and without causing harm to his body or soul.uollum <9pium in whatever form is demanded by me. whether it is now concealed in the depths of the earth or at the bottom of the sea. without din. building and demolishing and anything else that he may desire. Scheible. to judge and to promise to bring and communicate spirit to person. buying and selling. I oblige myself. without cunning or deceit. SIGN and swear by my sigil which is set at the end of this truthful manuscript. «lFinally. as this book states. URTHER. was appended to the original manuscript which was originally acquired by Mr. although unrelated to The [1 111 Grimoire ofPope Honorius.:. to the conjurer.

and retreat quickly from me. Amen m Come quickly without delay. THE END 0 m. and you should preserve me before all that is harmful. my king ftlmdial. and serve me as you have sworn. but appear with out haste where and when I require you. quickly and carry out my request.. Quickly. through Tetragrammaton Agla Mothom principia moritura maschilam corporis maschiliam in facto. GO ADJURO te custodem hujus thesauri in hoc loco a quo terram habeo per schazlo Goreb Agla siosmas nacus • gaddurus et ulla odoi sabarlitt amara et miheline omni mora in spesi aprexum signo terribilem foe onri damno et issione corporis et animae visibiliter comburens et omnibus maudalis meis obtemperes. my reason or my five senses [. ] and those that are by me. Appear without discordant noise or without causing harm to my body or soul. Final Observation «lIf you want to summon a treasure-spirit take earth in the hour which the moon is full . «lSpeak thrice: Siko alam aca. to be more precise put three spoonfuls of earth. with a new pewter spoon..DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS CITATION THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS paper and say: In the name of the Father I seek you. LICENSE TO DEPART rI IN PEACE to your place which God has ordained for you. in the name of the Son I find you. into a new piece of (32 ) . in the name of the Holy Spirit I constrain you and in the name of the Holy Trinity I command you to appear visibly with your concealed goods and leave what I desire from you in the place from which I have taken this earth. and appear before me in pleasing human form. THE EXORCISM OU SPIRIT and evil soul! I bind you and conjure you with these words of power with which Solomon • evoked and banished the spirits.

First. A pious priest.Before him the engraved Pentaculum must be arranged and using the centaury he must sprinkle it with holy water. 'force-mass.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS DISMISSAL THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS tJ. by the above mentioned ceremony. both the banishing and the invocation. whom God has blessed with insight and grace. then the spirit can cause him no sorrow. so that the directions are understood and followed with no mistakes. before beginning the three day fast of bread and water. read this little book through many more times. after which the priest baptizes it. ffi Laudetur Jesus Christus! ffi • I!Zmangmt6s in the original. Be courageous. and who has this book in hand. The following night the priest begins with the constraint* and the prayer which is given here in Latin.' . Then the other conjurations which are to be read when the priest demands the spirit's signature and obedience. The priest reads the constraint every night until the spirit finally appears. will. tJ. one must read the Mass in honor of the Holy Trinity over this book. with the useless and frivolous passages left intact. Ere the spirit is banished give him something for his troubles.Speak thrice: masar Rader Risie isuam polmarasi test mar ofa. being intrepid and firm. HE PRECEDING £l tJ. compel the evil spirit and should obtain his signature. HEN THE priest christens the book he should bend back the comers at three places using the chrism and should not touch the book with his hands. At this time the Mass is read. To THE GENTLE READER! II flI is a true account from the printed book of the great grimoire. in the order in which it is here arranged. It is good also to read a Mass to the Holy Spirit at that time. ow ONE summons the air spirits as has been previously indicated. or literally. doing this with as much care as is applied to the Host. At that time he must speak with the spirit as a Lord to his servant. Then the recitation of the mass with the application of the prayers.

filii tt sancti ~plritDS cyonn om cathoUca gpostoUca [t sancta 'Romana Ecrlfllia citc ordlnatDs tt conSf(fatDs pmc pot[ stalmn qoam lonldc Cit[ habco [onjoro t[ ft adjoro Zflomcc ct zhmonrorml principf111 gmt ~rmpn Dim rt potflltatfm hojos sanctisslmc mlsrdlossnly ft pmnmta domlnii noDI juo ~risti qOf111 alton gio rt mmc qootidlr rt In mttnltfl' ~molalm ft pn Inolncibilf111 jOCtD(f111 In grrorum qoll [oncloncr ruipat ~fI'llmtis f)fi gmltricf111 filariam ct pn so am artf111 rt post t parom jJlbatam nlglnltolcf111 opn doam ponotl dlmam Intfl'(fllslonrm rt omnlom sanctorum prcmmm nooororrm adfoocintina jam In oo[olorum patriarrharum sanctorum. F. qoos doodrcim arrhangdorum qoatDor fDangdlstarum sanctorum . It is Done! MISSA CONJURATORIA qJrmtia duff sarndos priusquam Inripit missam 1Iiii~ pracclsc In nomlnc sanctl ~plmfindlndoll slmltalls patris.&pccinlitn bmtisslmac Dirginl mlrillansili aritt tt pmf111' em sanrti.sslmc al'l'llc ilIorum tt potmtiam ilIormn qOf111lam prml pro Inlttatis mam f)fDlI ipmntsl socc ardoti (samdoti) obmlt mam tt mmlso pmfllmti solmn S!uUm jlrulac flCodalonc gmmco dlontirulo tt hoc smUm mf111mdo obmdlos ft mco pUto sntis sams odpnloos mlnlstros dcsoruntln onnc dftf111lmantm Icerum n smbona ri nor In conanomtDbus obtalom sotttncc In rmoa ncc mori obsrordit[c ofllonro srmplam sill omf)! dolo rrondf ct golacia gim tn1'9 mollnbos nrmpc slm rum Is jamdcollsorroro sinc omlru caroll ocmomm corpori tt rinncc (anlmar).DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS A Elohim Sabaoth C G A ~ Rlt Refonnario Frons. Fok mario Or mario t tf)! sncgom .

+ LIIZ. ~ Zf-V ~ 3 K~ E FIGURE XII FIGURE XIII FIGURE XIV FIGURE V ~+R@5999 FIGURE VI r3 rry FIGURE VII FIGURE VIII ~/O])~~O ~ 'if ~ 233 0 IS 'W ~ h ~ ~t x.l [~2.~.s ++ * FIGURE XV FIGURE XVI FIGURE XVII FIGURE IX } Eollltto7'~~ FIGURE XVIII FIGURE X ~1fKS FIGURE XIX FIGURE XX FIGURE XI * 66 FIGURE XXI FIGURE XXII FIGURE XXIII (3 8 ) (39 ) .DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS FIGURE I FIGURE II .TvJ ~Li'-+tf1~l THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS FIGURE III FIGURE IV).

bri dtm 'RImtO' iibn ubmdigt und 1:odtt! Jm btschmiirt dim . g(mdhrr WachsknZtn in ~(rtitsmaft hab[n. oon rim Eck( in die andm gmm. dO' aDS .I)as sogrnanntt <Brimorium odtr dtr groijt <Brimior drs ~apsis 1\onorius* AD t MCCXX 'BO' 2tnfang difSfS ~umfS lauttt also: 'BO' ftlrtstO' Ilitsts ~umts soli. dann gtgm dit andtm !\Immdsg[gmdm sim oa1Jmgmd. Dies gebe ich nach einem Manuscript aus der infernalischen Bibliothek eines schabischen Bauern. mittagigu C5dst <5ottfS. l:r solllthomtmd und ~tola anl(gm. IU d[m groijm Wak[ oorbO'dttn. ktin[ andm Jlohrung aLs Dl9ssO' und ~rod I U sieh nmmmd. Dasjenige. ond nicht dO' dgmm WilltnSk~ft. Q:ommunion und dttitagigts j\1sttn. S(gfSt do nun g(gm 9of. ttst Btgm esttn. und sieh sriner ~iind(n anklagtnd. beoor [r di[SfS b[ginnt. der den Unsinn. ist wortlich nach diesem Manuscripte abgedruckt.odn Ritdugang odu g[g(n ftliUfrnacht.Rimts !limmd ond l:rde mmor. ich bmhmiin dich btl d[m 9Umachtigm. durch unzahlige Schreibfehler vollends lacherlich macht. mit dtmiithigtm !lmm. dorm ~rimtt. welchen er irgendwo Behufs des Teufelsbannens abschrieb. sondtm dO' 9l1g[malt <5ottts die gemiinsrhtm Wirkongtn !DSchrdbm. du du ~matu iiflilfSt ond on1rirgst. . ond mit folgt sprtmm: Ariel. was gar nicht zu entwirren war.

n. ~itb£r und kiistlichen ~£rlen . 1ch befthlt di. menn ich ruch mit jmm . ttanach mdhe man ts im . da dich in die ttolle gutiirzt hat t.:ftrna buchmiire ich dich und befehle tuch <Btiste!'. menn fin anzigcr uon tuch diu£m )Jefebl nicht . denn . dit dlch lescn mudtn. noch mir an da ~ede oda am :(dbt zu schadm. mas ich befehlt. ddne )Jrauchbarktit btmQ hr.Ramen des gro~en <Bottu Elion t Tetragrammaton t.Ramen in d£m )Juche dnguachntt. allm.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS ba <Bott d£m ~attr t <Bott d£m ~hn t und <Bott d£m h.Schaartn alltn. ohne Dleite und ~mug zu thun. In an£m andan CBrte mohnen und nicht mchdnm ltiinnm. daq ihr ausbldbt. ~iehe die )Juchmiirnng du ~apstu !\onorius du <Bro.:frioltn t. und diuu ohne 1. Brdfaltigkdt. )Jdchti· gem t ond allm hfiligm jungfmum. btuor tS gtiifTntt mird. da ~dn und 1:4d an d£m ~mmme du £mJzu zu laden sich ubot. das in diu£m tiotlch ist. ba ~onne .S t. ~en . ich buchmiin dich ba allm Erigdn und £rungtln. ~phinm und a::JJcrnbinm. iibcrhaupt oda insondcrhat.Ramm du alltrhaligstm Bnifaltigkeit. mola mir noch dmm die ba mir sind. und llIronm und !\mschaltm. mit ruch bffohlm mird.cbm noch nach d£m 1:4dt. jch befehle dir. mtnn man euch dtn 1. bd d£m hdl. da~ ihr gldch nach )Juchmiirung uon hinnm schmindn.Ramm rufe.Ra. find solltt dna da <Basw. daq do niitztich Sf!!. mir odfr dtm )Jesitm dims )Jnchts. ~acmmmt du glm!'. ftlond und allen ~lanettn. furchtlos und bebmt. und dims ohne zu unsmn ~aden an 1. da~ du mir har mchanst in mmschHcha <Be· smlt. <5dst t und bd allen andern . zu btmaksttlligm. )!oQngctisttn und 9posttlttund allm hdl ftlart!!. much£m ihr 1:mfd augcnbHaJich mchdnm l1Iiissct. die in diu£m )Juche mthalttn sind. mal ich nicht zmane. jhr sollt mir auch denjmigm nmnen. Bims )Juch soil gemdht St!!. da dlIs grot hat nnd die <I3mlJlt. und mas ruch befohlm ist. ich mcroe ruch gebimn.Jch buchmiirt dich. 2:umt bffehlt ich dir ba allen hiichsttn obengenannttn . und almds thut.db oda ~de . jungfmu ftlaria. den du untcr dfincr <5aoolt hast.ohn cum Whm oamdgnt." (anm. so mie 9 llu.tst. Ich buchmiire dich bd dcr hdl. auch nicht mit <Betiis und im jma. da~ do mir den ~Qtz uon <Bold. m ocr. ausHd'an mollut. und zmar dmmal.:fUrcht zu [1'f(gcn. dium ~tz zo omassm und uon hia zu schddm in .Ouchric ben sttht.:folgc lfistet.sti.Schanet. 2Ioch buchmiirt ich dich durch die &aft du )Jlntu jun a::JJri. und zmGr sollt ihr mlr trScheinen in menschlichcr und angenehma <5umlt. ohnt mir ~rullfn oda .0. bd d£m. mm. da~ Ihr mir alsogltich e!'. )Jnch.0 und j alsch. mas mir und dm ftldnen niithig ist.) . mas hierin . mie auch allm Bmm die in mdna <Befdlschalt sind: ohne da~ du ftlacht iiba uns gcminnut mola im 1. mfintm )Jefthl zu gthorsamtn . da~ a diudbe ~D'richtnng thut. (gnm . Bit )Jeschmiirungsformel spmht man gldch nach du Dlandlung du )Jrodu und du Wdnu. denn u kann ihm kien 1. bd d£m alttn und nruen 1:utammt t. als den ich bcrnfm merdt.cid guchehen. (Bcr )Jeschmiim sc!!. und sich mit fin em ~ide duu ncrbinde. und lue man. und ~rophmn. su schicllf a mir finen andern <Bfist uon glficha <Bewalt mie jena. hanach uolltnde man ts mmn man dlIs £mJz schlagt): . soone auch.) . dnt ftluSt zur hdl. da~ du mir jede j rage du Dlahrhdt gmlli~ bmntmortut. uintllUStnd jahre in ~chmffd und j rua zu mattn. nachd£m ihr <Bcmalt £mpfangen habt.st. da~ do alltn dtnen. diou :&ch anzundunm. und ba d£m. die sich ddner utdimm mollm in allm ihnn <BuchQltm.rcrn. lr schalfut.

. urn die bosfR <5dstfr im 2:aome zu halun ond zo zmingen im Ramen des ~mrs t. ond miemohl ich dfina <5nade onmtirdig bin. kmnm ZU !tilfe mir. aile ~lPerimentt zo machen mit den <5eisttm. mir gthorsamm. dorch dit gottliche ftlacht und des htil .:frua ucrloschm. dorch ihrt '!tciligkfit ond amft Sf)! dieses aoch gestgntt. das ftlm in sfinem 1:aofe hemmm. "Baij uns aile <5tister gehorchen miissen dorch die <5cmalt des allmachtigen <5ottts" '!tanach: . mfichm dorch dtinen heiligen . ond die <5rtsttr alia errm kDmmm. menn sic aosgesprochen madm.) . damit es fine nolikommmc UJirkong hat. nehme tine angezondm gtmfihtt UJachskmc zor '!tand. indem ich dfintn htHigen Ramen anrofe." Bies ist da &cis. bis do urn bcdarlft.Ramm. Gen t Aglat. die j!n}e trbebm machm. des :eattrs t des ~hnes t ond des h. die darin geschriebm sind. dorch den ~fistand onseru '!term jeso Q:hristi. das . erbarme dlch mona als cines armm ~dm. so in diesem ~och geschriEbm sind. damit es aile 1>.60 nid ich bcfehle. dcr 911es ngicrt. ond alles. hanach binde es mit fin em 1:.mft tmpfangt. ond menn ich sie wieder mtlam.Ramm. (45) . onter da h. dem Btl!. Beyzacdain. so oft ond .choldbekmntniij.'tinobmuindlicha.Ramm. Elion.. elison anathema Adonai Emanual Sabaoth. dan Sit. ond sie zo zmingen. aile UJasser zerstltUen. spritzt UJfihmassa mit ~osmdguldmkmut. ich bim dich. '1anendlicha <50tt! mogest do nicht mfina ~nden gedenkm.'!tm jeso Q:hrist. SIdonai! mon himmlischa ond gotlgtr ~atcr.tola ond Q:horhemd an.eintoch knozmfiBt zosammm. ~hn ond <BIorie zo allm CZtittn.raft ond 'UJirkong empfange . 9mm!" (elfmes ~ldbtktnnmis. £. ~hrt ond <5lorie in alltn CZtitm. ohne ~n1mong mfines Uibes odtr mfiner £'tde.Ramm. sidh tinmllm. dem sf)! ~lt ond <5lorie zo allen CZtitm. mas in diesem ~ocht mthaltm ist. nach der £'fitt des johannesmangdiums. 9mm!" jtm lege eilmds £. ond mickle dann dims ~och in saobms gemfihtts ~nnm fin. ond des h.Ramm.Ramm. dtm Btl!. dorch aile . daij ich die 1>. dorch dont unaussprtchlicht ~rmhaZigkot nmoht mir.acramcnts dts kostbarsttn uibes und ~lutts.ondm crhortn.rcis zo trctfn ond jemanden zo beschadigen. mie das ondscholdige jesoskindlfin monu tingemicktlt merdm. daij sic dir gehorsamm. thon nach mfinem UJillm. daij mein UJorr ond <5tbet dir mohlgtfallig sf)! dorch dit 9nrufimg alia hfiligm . Golat t. do mollest diem ~och mfihen und segnm dorch die hochsttn . dmn Ramen darin aosgtZcichntt sind. ond nmuahrt cs an onem mnm em.) <5ebet. die <5fister da '!toile zo bandigm. ftlesBt. <5tistts t.) . gehorsam mtinem 'Rofe.. des ~hnes t. in den 1>. 'Ilnoaandcrlichcr. dorch die <5emalt onsClU '!term jeso Q:Msti.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS . En Alpha t et omega et ela t elaya t adonai t ange t avenaege t daij dicses ~ch gtmfiht Sf)! ond aile <5tister. ond dorch alit htiligt . ~armhmiger . jeso Q:hristt! 9lpha et Omega. (Bie ~chmtirung da uft· gtister.Ramm Ena. 91sdann legt es dm . 9mm!" (Bas offene £. mo sic imma sf)!n mogen. 'tinsmblichcr.. <5lomichcr. ond crbarmt dich mfintr. so in diesem ~oche sind grmciht dorch dfinen hfiligen .~n1aij mich nicht 0 '!trn! mcin <130m mcicht nicht nun mir.:fmtagt nachcinander onter das 9lttrtuch. <I3ott mcines '!tfils! 911machtiga <I3ott. aba das <5ebet des £. die <5eister da '!ttille niehen oor dtinem mQchtigen . diE alaobt sind aoszosprtchen. <5tistts t damit sie nicht <5emalt haben.Jch gebmoche dich. dmnoch meint 'tinttmthmongm segnm. mElche .

kommen miisnn und bdzustthm in 21Ucm. drr du lebst und .Ramm da 1:. da flluCttr ~chiipfcr. ich buchmiire dich midmpcnstlga (5eisc also.jfSU a:hri. Bfisu (5ebn beschmiin ich euch . (5Qmad. ihr (5rtsca. hanach endlich. daij ihr dlmds zu mir (5dstfr.) !lie . duTch die allmachtlge araft da hdligm krliftlgm . ~chiipfer aller .ug und ihr es zu finem guun und 2modrotigkfit antmortm. 21mm! starke dnsamen ert. die da sind bekannt dfn ~terblichen ond 'llnsttrbJichm. mit l!m.:fragm ohne 1:.!\dlig.jungfrau fllaria. und daij und durch dif araft und sic aUm mdnm ~ffehlen gehor· ~uditnstf dcr glomichtn samen durch dich meinen .juu ~hristi . damit die omange. drr urn mich ist. an mdchcm man die chane a teristrison t tan 1:. ond dorch die regimt zu aUm iZritm. daij in 21nbttracht da mmde dich zu den gtnanntm giittlichm ~oUkommmhdt ich l!ngeln. 21m folgmdtn t:ag Adonai Jehova Adonai THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS Adonai at honabos agios ishiros Adonai tetragrammaton Adonai.jesu ~dstand an und sprich: .Razareth. Ramms du (. (5fisces t in dem 21nnhm unsatS !trnn. mroa bfSchmiire ich dich duTch aUe (5lorie und 21Umacht da giittJichm fllajfSt9t. 'Raphad.Ramm du ~attm t du ~ohnfS t und dfS h. dfS (5tkrmzllltm. alitia alpha et omega (5fist.)ch a:hristt miige lobm und prrtsm. mir zu helfen und merde.. bett zu euch.sti Don . miedtr bmhmiin ich dich. ich . aUahdJigstt Brdfaltlll' kdt. ohne 'tinjfStiim.sillkfit. 21mfn! araft du hell. auch ha teritrisa tabue tabrena lue man dne fllfSse zum h. 21nad. ~[fachid . ohne (5ttiin in lieblichtr (5fStalt. in amnuthiga (5[. l!ntlaijungsformel dtr . aBphpid.uftgdstfr citiren mill.gort blndft heil. omdhe narnstthmdfS (5ebtt. daij ich bett zo dir. daij du mir unocrmeilt erschfinsc. (5rtst. und spmhe mich mida die <5rtsca. stalt. 21nmtrk.) groijm und lebmdigm <5otttS. daij Ihr jmt heir trschdnt. holig. dumh die 21 2lusamahltm.Ramm da 1:.Ramm du groijen lebtndigen (5otus Adonai t Sadai t aa t agios t Emanuel t agios t otheos t jesiros t athanatos t alpha t et omega htll. bfschmiirf fuch durch agios mrorr an der ~ede noch am otheos t Isvios t atthon1:. daij du mir in anmuthilltr <5fStalt ersch· dnfSt im Ramtn (5ottcs t Adonai tEl t Elion t Elia t Adonai t Sadai t lux t tetragammaton t Alpha t et Omega t Messias t Soter t Emanuel t Sabaoth t Sapiens t victor t via t veritas t vita t agios t otheos und duTch aUe aOOan Ramen (5oms. und oanchttSt aUe mdne ~efmle im .DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS und sntrkr hrott donm ann da begibt man sich an einen 21l1macht aus.jemandm.uft1ltisttr: fllichad. rufe sic urn ihrtn dfinen heiligen Ramm . (5Qbrid.uftgdsca. mirotr bfSchmiiff ich dich. daij ihr mude einen t:ag zuoor alsbald mdnm .gillm oollbringt guprochm. 0 <5ott mdn ihr mir giinstig sf)!d in mdnem !Urr. mas ich bringm.dbf. die oor dcm 21ngfSichtt <5otttS stthm und taglich ond anautbiirlich ihn anrofm: . demgemaij ich mdnes !teruns. auch gliicklichm 2lusgang bringt. ich mft aus dcm innmtm ~egehnn . und daij aos aUe .. hdJillist da !tar ~baoth t" und in da araft<l3otttSdfS~attmtuoo des ~ohnu t und du h. mdche ich citinn kommt . ich zminge roch. mas ich omange. auch nicht uns eTsch· alos t alpha t et omega t rem durch <5etiise. daij du alsobald in mdne <5mxJlt dich begtbfSt. ~ nicht ~hadm zofiigm mir oda odIc rom auch Sf!!n miigm. !tm <5ott ~baoth t Biens . (5rtsttS t 21mm! (l!nde der ustfn ~mh· miimnll. obgmannca <5rtst.gmn. und nachha fragm made.

gcgm ftlorgm. dif drd ondcrn: 1:onsin. m9S in ihm ist. dit drfi oorlftZttn: Sllmino. dit dui ~rsttm gtbm ihr ~itgd und ~ftSchoft.Jch bim dich.tSt do nun zu !tOUSf odtr onttr frficm !timmtl. doch nur am fiinfttn 'tag dtS 9bnehmendcn ftlondtS bd dusen 'llnmg9ng. Slnmfrk.:fuijf dif 5lIf snnnpff. jusotine. ~r gtht tinmol ous sfin£m ert herous . (5fOOP. (5cf9ngensch9ft ond 1:od OnSfTtS !tmn jtSo QJJristi. dm unttr ihm stthfndfn (5fisttrordnungm . und on den ert zu gehtn. dorm dm 911machtigm (5ott 911tr (5tSchiipfe. in menschlichtt (5[smlt und ohnt (5ttiiSf. B9riston. mach tiger !tm. Rape.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS (5tisttr: ich btSchmiirt dich. doTCh SllltS. ftlitmg. doij tt 91sbold ond unotrmfilt DOT mir mchfine. gmorsom mochtn. thfils auf dtt ~de . Xotudo. (5fist N. dtn sie bti dtSsm Slufilong am drltttn 'tag dtS obnmmmdtn ftlondtS dir gcbm.m.Romm dtS ~ottrs t 1m llomm des ~ohnts t und dts h. ~s sind diutr (5tisttrfiirsttn 2t 9n dtt ~hl. so man tS Don ihnm btgchrt. jfdtt hot stin bmimmtts Slmt . Slnrufung 911dn ein rtichtt ~chutz und ~iTm 1m . und zm9r mitttist tintS ~ttintS.0. und sich dic (5fistfr in Slllcm. Bit 1:ttzten ordnm ~sommm­ kiinstt und bcmfm me am [(rtfn 'tag dtS obnmmmdcn ftlondtS bti dwm 'llntt1]llng. die 00 rtgitrm thfils im WWtr. mdchm dir <5ott Don ~gktit htr btStimmt hot dorm unscrn !tmn jtSUm QJJristum. ditSe wimtr dm ihnfn oorgtsftzttn u. dtr do Itbt und rtgitrt zu ollm ~tittn . <5tisttS t Alpha ond Omega <5on und ftlensch Sf\!. 1:uciftt htiijt. dtt du mir mchienm bist. Slsmroth.:folgt zu Idsttn. DOn mir in 1rieden zu mdchen. ~trbigot. ~ic miissm dir dimtn. ~tdZfbub. ~if hdsm: 1:uciftr. ftlon muij jfdm mit sfin£m llomm nmnm. Wtt Don dicSfn (5cist£rn cinc oollkommmt funnmiij hot. 1:ucius ~Stt. mohin ich dich citirtn mtrdf. dit drfi Ittztfn: ftligolo. sobold do sit dozu zmingut. ftlon citirt sic ollc zugldch. Slsmodoi. Bit ~tSchmiirung Slsmroths. do molltSt mir zulosscn. ohnt Slrglist mir dit W9hrhtit oof mdnc 1rogcn 9ntmom.N. Slrol. ~it miintn narh 'Rang und Slmt Don d£m ~tSchmiim mit storktr ~timmf ongtroffn mtrdm. tS sfy (5old und ~Ibtr. mir durch diese h. in ditScm trblickt man mas m9n miinscht. ich btfthle dir zu mchdnfn.s. dorm stine Sluftrstthung. Bd drd trsten (5tisttrliirstm hdijcn: ftlolo.. d£m wird tS nicht schmtt mtrdm zu mohrtn. 1:o0soto. (5eisttS t Slmm! .2lit citirtn. mas m9n ofTIongt. in Slngesichtt dn ~nne odtr unttr dtt ~de. unsichtb9r zo m9chm. durch dit ~tmubung. mir . Slgothof. donn mndfn sit alit Wiinscht erfijlltn. dtt sichtb9rtn und unsichtborm. jfSU QJJrist. WQS in olltr t 1:hfilm dtr Wdt gtSchimt. ftl9n kGnn sit olle. Brti ondm dtr gmonnttn (5tisttr bringm ous mtferntcn emn. ts btSchiitZf mich t die (5lorie und ~inigkfit t die ftlorht des ~Qt[rs t die Wtishtit des ~ohnu t ts meuchtt mich dit &aft dtS h. Slmen! ~s Sfgnt mich und bfmohrt mirh die (5otthtit t ts bthiite mich die uneTmeijliche (5iite. Slmiodom. d9ij 1Cucius S. so oft ich sich bfi dtintm llomm ruff und drtimol mit d£m . ~ bfmtrkm ist. mas man oerl9ngt. im . Slbmd oder ftlittttn9cht. 90f d£m undt odtt 1m ftlmc . 1:fDiothon. ond niithigt Sif. Sf\!. und dtint ~ochm Don eincm ert zum ondtrn zu trQgm. dic Slsmroth zo btSchmiirm dorm dm 'tag dtS mchrtcklichtn <5trichts und dic Slutr9hrt dtS !tum zorn ~m­ md und sfin !tlnobstfigtn zor !tiille. Bit drti ondtrn h9bcn dic (5cmolt .Romm dtS ~ottrs t dtS ~hntS t und dtS h. Briodes. ido. (5tisttS.9. ~orbuit. doij du oollbringtst mfin ~fTIongm 9n d£m em. obtt nor in abnmmmdm ftlonde.

offleiht <Bedlirhtniij ond Erlnnmngsftihigkfit alles drssrn. ~nru. und Ichlt dit funntniij dff hfilsamtn und giftigtn tit'liottr. melcher S[)! zmisdtrn ons ond coch. 21gfl'Ol. in dmn cinem dit <Bfister ond 'i:eofd cnrhalten sind in der !\Qlle ond zmingct .s.8 Ithlt dif iDirkong der tit'liuttr und ~nrtnr . ~Diant rcdtt IOOhrtmftig.:fiirst. so lange man .s gibt gtrn ~rscheid. Ichlt dic funntniij offborgcnff Bingt ond 21srrologie. cin <Brfis.Remon. tin <BrcI. macht omtlindig ond bchmt. Ichlt ond hcilt tirankc. tinc 1ironc aof dtm !\aoptc. ftlittag und ftlitttrnacht.sdlllfTt jl!rstrn. des ~nes t ond des htiUgm <5tistcs t Erhebt com . . otr. mschafTt <Bunst bfi jrocrmann. er msrhafTt dic <Babe." 21nmrrk. fin mlirhriger otitntalischtr jl!I'Bt. Ichlt grhtimc Dissrnschaft. <Bold. <5chn hin an mtrn elt in .sdlllfTt ~fmJf. . mir aof alit mtint j'mgm ZD antmomn. ond mas man sonst otrlangt. ~bos mchtint mit fin Engd.sic an belitbigt em. nachdem ihm <Bcmalt gegcbrn ist Don 2lofgang ond . ond bcmirkt. mit langem ~artt.R. <5atr)J.s. mcint ~tzf. mie onser !\rn jesus a:hri. ond ZD ufti II rn . ~ie gibt hfimlichtn <Bcminn. .sr .Rmnt mrhtint in ~ogdgrstalt. da drfifliltig.!IBng. sirh on. Blargolas smim mider jmtrmBnn.st R.sIchtbarcs ond tinziges iDcsrn. iilliltt aile (5[fangni.stus ontnthlinig mar stinem ~attr bis in drn 1:od.st 21r1is ersrhfint mit zmfi tironm ond finem ~chm[\t in der !\and.slchtbar ond bti drn 1:.sit 21l1rs sagrn miissrn . ~aal. fQngt ftliirder. gibt <Bold. Blarhin Ichrt die iDirkong dtr ~tfine ond tirliottr.stlirkt dic <Btisttr.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS ontnthlinig ond gehol'Bam S[j!.strn btfthlt ich dir.:frimrn. lnh rufe mtn Blitt- morh. tmig ond gldrhtr ~obstanz l.:frotag ond ~nnabrnd bfi marhstndtm Blonde an. daq do mir tilrnds und onser 1 z e 2 mdlt smickf. 21garos.Ramrn <Boms drs ~att\'B t.Racma trscheint als fine gekriintf .:frao . lrh bittt und bcfehle es corb doTch dit <BtmQlt dwrn. sdn 'R[\ch ist gegcn 21bend . gibt 21ntmort. ~os .s. 21l1gtmfint ~eschmiirong der <Btisttr und 1:tufd. marht onslchtoor. bcmirkt aof ~trIllngrn. lm .m . ond bringt sit im 21ugtnblicke aos dtn entferntesttn findern. htilt &ankhtitrn. ond flingt Biebc ond Bliirdff. daij . ond aof mtin ~egchrrn ZD antmottrn. mcisH . meint ~rhlitZ£. gibt gutt 2lntmort.uun.scnsrhaft t mchfint auf~trIllngrn aoch in ~ogelgestalt. dorrh die siebrn tirliottr.mtrn bdicbt ZD machm. ihr biism <5tisttr doTch die &aft fines tiiini1l. lehrr ~mchrn. johann (?) omrhafTt dic <Babc.staroth Itommt in jongfrliolichcr <Bcstalt.. in dlrser ~gfRSChaft orin man sic. btingt ~Iber. jilbagor otr. oda do moijt seiber Itommrn. 2l. .8. Erstt ~iirong : 2ln den <5t~cttr des etirntl ell til micant ond alit hciligtn ftlartllm.R oor mir ZD mchfinrn. <BamoH. mas ich oerlangt. marht onsichtbar. ~Iber. rcgt zorn ~treit aof ond .sit bmochrn mill. !\lioser o. omrhafTt <Bcsundhfit ond 'Rtirhthom. . ~nph otr. CZomal trsrhdnt als <Bemassnmr. gibt !\tr\'Bchaft ond ftlacht. tin <Brcis.Rimer. <Btmar Itommt in <Bcstalt finer jungfum t Ithrt alit iDis. 21mphf\'OR. ond Itommt. ~l'lJQ.RaITen zorn 'l:anu. <Bebcpl Ichlt die ~pmrht der ~iigd. <Btistcs t 2lmtn. aof hohcm ~fmle.sr. !\msrhaft ond 'Rfichthum. ~rhlitu. tr9gt ~tlidtt ond ~Iiisser ab. . lm .R. dorrh die &aft des 21l1trhiich. Cf mcist ~rhlitu. nor zor obtrn !\lilftf ftlann. ond ommt . tiiinig. . otrschafft ~prarh ­ kcnntnis. !Hnffal htllt &ankf. der cin on.selJafTt 1I1Itt Mfittr. mtinem (50 ) ( 51 ) . sirh bclicbt zo machrn. mas man mill. daij es ngnc. ~.Ramcn drs ~att\'B t des ~hnes t und des h. fin gckriinw . Blan moij sic abu nconmal anruftn.

.)tin. <l3litta.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS Uilltn g£RUg zu thun.R R. dorm alit htiligtn ~ngtl ond ~rZtngtl. 2lgina. . <l3£isttS t. dorm die htitigt 2lofmtthong. ich btruft und b£5chmiire dich dorm dit tiraft allcr £Taftt. d£R R. ich btrufr dich dorm alit hiichmn Rarntn du <l3otthdt.st do nicht schlrunig mtinm Uunsch. ~dte :B£5chmiirung: 2ln den <l3cbicrcr d£5 eCcidtnts. R. hithcr zu kommtn. und thUt. mas ich immcr btfthlm mcrdt. ~tmon. 'Raimond. 2lgdissa. :Britm. <l3£ist t und durch dit ftlumr jtSU Q:hristi. ich befthlt dir in dtr timft d£5 alltrhiichstm Ramens.:fIjije und durch dit Ragd stintS tittuw. das aos stincr ~eitt gtflOSS£R. <l3tistes t und seytst gehorsam oor mir ohnt dnigt <l3tfahr dts 1:tibts und dtr ~tdt. odcr daij du stlbst kommst in Ramtn dtS ~attrB t d£5 ~hn£5 t und d£5 htil. ~icrtt :B£5chmiirung: 2ln dm <l3tbietcr dcr ftlitternacht. und mtnn du £5 nicht thost. so mill ich dtine :j. so zmingt ich dich dorch dit <l3tmalt dn giittlichtn ftlaj£5tat. d£5 hdltgtn j!ingtmtid£5 und ihm htiligm ftlilch. odcr schickt durch dit <l3tmalt dts Itbtndigtn und mahrm <l3otttS R . :j. und das ~hmdij. dorm dit . . und dorch dit :j. dorch die 'Bommkrunt.SSm. SO mm1t ich dich dorm dit <l3tmalt d£5 allmachtig£R <l3ott£5 zmingm. mir auf aile mdnt j'mg£R zu antmorttn.)dn otrmthrm und dich ocrbrmn£R. dit ~dt. daij du dich bcr£ittSt. . tiUgst hithcr zu smd£R. durm ihre 'ROnt und Itdligktit. die zur Sbit sdn£5 schmuzhafttn 1:tidtns am ~mmm d£5 htiligm tirtuw sich ihrm 2lugm und ihm :Brust mtmngtn. R . dcr iflimmtl. Ramm durch dit h. dorch stint Uondm und dorm dit 1:hrantn. ich b£5chmiire dich bd alltn htiligm hiichmn Ramm. mir gtlUlg zu thun. dit aus mir gcrrott.' dorm stine ~t1fahrt ond dit CZUflocht d£5 h. durch alit htiligm Bingt. R. sehr machtign . komm in mtnschlichtr <l3£5mlt. mas ich immcr btfthlm mtrdt.:furst.flirbittt dtr glorrtichm jungfmo ftlaria.:trocht. und 'lilts. daij cr mir aritmortt. R. 2lposttl ond ~oangtlisttn. ich citire dich dorm aile dit hiichsttn Ramtn dn <l3otthdt.R untcr mtnschlichcr und anmuthigcr <l3£Smlt. dn du gtgen 2lb£Rd regimt.)atriarchm. dit tr zmtil1lQl otr]lll.:fruchtbark£it und <l3tbmuch ihr£5 jungfraulichm 1:tibts und ihrer :Brust. 'Breifaltigkdt und durch das kostbarstt :Blut. die cr auf stincm ttaoptt gttmgm. so lam dtn bittern titlch d£5 1:od£5 oor mir ooriibfl'lJ£hm. mtlcht dcr ~hn d£5 ~attrS gtSogm dorm ihrm htUigsttn 1:rib. 'Rtbtdin. mas darin ist. mdcht dit jongfmo ftlaria in ihrtm nchm ubt grtmgm. 'iuttCtruS. in dcr er zo seintm ~attr spmch: "Umn £5 miigUch ist. ich btfthlt dir in dcr timft dts alltrhiichstm Ram£RS. dorch seint ~crkiindigung ond ftltnChmm'lung und stine htilige hft ~hn ~rdbtden ond dtn dcr aos stincm ubt gtflossm. und n1iill. Brittt :B£5chmiirung: 2ln dm <l3tbittcr dcr ftlitmgsgtgtnd. dligst hithcr zu £Rtstndtn. mas in der strdt£Rdm ~rche gehtiligt und oerthrt mird zu ~hrtn seines htil. und thot. daij du nicht sQum£5t. und durch d£5sm :Btrthl alit 'Bingt sind tntsmnd£R. dit tmigt htiligt jungfmu. dorch dit nton obmtm <l3£istcr. dit cr mi t groija 1:itbt dorch alit nint htiligmn <l3Urdcr fur ons grtittm. und mtnn du £5 nicht thust. mir zu schicm R. dorm das in dit Uindtln tingrmicktltt jtSUSkindltin. und dorch die tiraft. dit g£5chthm sind und gtschthm so 11m 1m ~mmtl mit auf ~rdm. ond dit ~machhtit. ich b£5chmiirt dich durch dm ~atcr t durch dm t dorch dm h. dorch stine Nndt und . das ftlm. und dorch alit hdligtn 1:hrantn und alit ~eulitr. dorch dit . dit 2lbgrtindt und '111£5. zu ~rm onstrts Ittrrn jeso a::ttristi ond der stligsttn jungfmo ftlaria . dcr du gtg£R mitmg regicrst. daij cr mir antmortt. "jch b£5chmiire dich aof tin nruts.

oomit dit )Jtdingnisn 21n Bitnstag: . dn . dnreh dit flIimosrhaft dtt hoI. bruor ihr mtintn flIilltn trfiillt habt Don ~tuck zu ~tUrk.ubmrhmttn kiinnt.St. und sprtrhtn: t ~ntlassungsformtl dts ~tht ihr dicscs tUtt CZuxlng(f5tisru. 21ntmort gtbt auf alit mtint ditnstbar bmg.f)tnmrulum ihn anruftn mtrde. andttn (f5oat stndtst.nitt brugm. .DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS dnreh mtlrht irh rurh zmingt. um dlt (f5ott t dtt alit Binge mch91fm man ihn btfrogtn mird.x. und ohnt mir jmgm und unfahig Sf!!. dir btkannt mnd. sf!!d btrtit zum gutirhntt ist. auf daij tt jtnigtn. ~rh btsrhmiirt dirh '!uriftt ttma Don cinem !tann. Bit )Jmhmiirung dtr dtn 21m ftlonmg: 1:uciftt. modorrh v.st. Bit Dtrsrhitdtntn 1[agtn dtr )Jtschmiirung gtsdtitht Jlamts flIorht Dorstthmdm (f5oattr. daq do mir tintn dureh dit h. daij du ongtsQumt mir miirt. abtrmals . tulstit in dtr ft\CSSt gehobm mtnn dn ihm Enoas gcsrhmkt mtrdtn. und mtnn a uos ond rurh.s t dureh alit htiligm Jlamtn. mir an zu srhadtn ttfii IItst . so mird tt tin '!Uar massu zur '!Und. so oft man 21nmuk. daij jtmand uos und rueh. ~odann tntlasst ihn. flIiromrsrhtintn.mehonm lasstst. Ithorhtmd an. Bm mird gtsproehm Zmiehm 12 und 1irt1s uichnt man mit 1iDhk. daq do dirh gegtn dtn. gtsrhme.Ramtn dts ~attrS t dts so miissm sit in dicscs )3ueh ihrt ~hncs t und dcs h. gm! Btt jritdt Sf!! zmisrhm dtr nieht duldtr. mtlrht ieh mit Btitstt muij Zmisehm 9 und 10 (55 ) . dtt jritdt sti zmisrhm johannis ooriibtt. muij man cs ttt srhntll uigtn. Jlamm <5ottts. Bas . die Alpha Omega Eloy Sain dimm )Jorht otmirhntt day Messias und im boosind. dit ihr nitmaLs ~dtn:' SlI1tnO'k. btgthrt. ~eh btsehmiirt mtnsrh-Iirhu (f5tStalt mir dirh. i!r doreh dm mahrm <5ott t dorch btdarf a. ~it zmisrhm 3 und 4 'llhr. ~th­ GrinG und durrh alit htiligtn man rueh bmJfm mird. dtn do srhirkm mil'. dir marhm mttdt. p. zmisrhm 11 Dnd 12 'lihr. mas irh 1:ob 000 ~t1t zu srhadm. 2:AJDor abtt btgtbt rueh jmt mitdtt an rurm sprtrht man das )!uangdium ere. moijt ihm abtt nieht dtin ogma. im citirttn (f5oattr mdtitntn mnd. zmingt und niithigt dim gthorsam. im llamtn miirung guprorhtn und dit dcs ~hiipfm alltt flIcsm. fcst und unbtmtgJieh zu bltibm. ooij tt.5t.Rarhrs. dtt mir mtlrht dorm dit )Jurhsmbm tintn ~ttin bringt. aueh 21m ~onnmg: 21zitl. flItnn tr Btr )Jtsrhmiirtr habt flItihmrhone. hat. dtr turh (f5mnIm sttcktt. ooij irh rtdt und daeh daij du mir ongtsaumt cintn nirht gthiift norh gtsthtn mttdt dtintr (f5t\sttr in anmuthigtt oon irgtnd tintm. und gtht jmt in tUrt flIohnunDor dtm sieh alit 1). so oft dnreh dit holige jungfmu und dnrch die &ttm und ~ndm <5otttS. leh btsrhmiirt dieh durch dm ~rh burhmort dirh 21zlt! btstandigm Jlamtn (f5ottr. flItnn dim )Jcseh. Dmprtehtn. durch dit 1iraft dtutn. kommtn muij gtmoht und mit sammt dtt mollt. durch dtn ~orlQuftr johanncs dtn nufu. (f5oaru t ~ehm ontmgm. und nieht Don oonnm zu mtiehm. zum flIimertrsrhonm. Btn (f5tisttrn. und sf!!d btrtit stiner (f5tmalt midtrstrtbe. so oft ihr !\m1aeh muij dtt (f501t noeh gmJfm mtrdtt. hast dit sirh unstrO flIunsrhen t ongthorsam wgtn.Rimrod. mimi? styd also nieht midtt· ~m llamm dcssm. und zitht on oon dtintm 1iDpft fordttn. 1 'tihr . zuoor sprtnge man mit flIohmamr. Bit )Jtsehmiirong: sondttn on fitmdts '!Uar gtbm. dtt allm sptnstig gtgtn unnrn flIillm Bingtn ihr 2:itl DOl'lJcsrhmbm. btkannt gtm9cht mtrdm. om ~chQUt zu moam dtn htiligtn <5ott t durch dm odtt aueh andm ~aehm.

IU ufiilltn. Ich Iminge dich dorm glticht ftllIcht hat. ~ch btschmiirt dich 2lsroroth und befmle dir dorm die &aft jtsO uon . mimer btschmiirt ich dich im Ramtn dts l)atus t dts ~hnts t und dts h. in sdnm Ramen btfthle ich dir. ohnt mir an 1:tib und ~ttlt IU schadtn.B anguufen. 21m ftlittmoch: 21sroroth. er erschdnt in kiiniglicha <Btsrolt. ~e mird uon 10 bis 11 'llhr IU Racht. [fSchtine eiJends mdnm Willtn gehorsamtnd. ~r <Btistu. so do nicht kommst. daij du dm nicht ouschmahtst. und befthle ihm IU gthorchtn. ~atriarchtn und ~rophmn. <Beist. ihn mtlassm babe. ohne mlr schadtn IU kiinntn. dcr <Bott dcr ~ritg­ shem. damit er nde. 21staroths und alltr andtm 21m . dcr die btliegtn ltiit dm ~tschmiim ftlenschen oon ihrtn ~iindtn IU uschtinm und stinm Willtn dorch daijtlbt ~iJd und die <Bldchhtit (?) unserts ~trm jtsU ~risti.B citirt mcrden.:ftua kommtn mird. ich befehle dir durch alit 'Roche <Bortts t agios. ich befehle dlr durch dtn. htilig ist dcr ~m. 21m ~msrog: Rabam. gtbt man ihm tin ~rod. du kommtn. urn mtint die Ramtn Elai t Adonai t Wiinscht auszufUhrm. <Btistts t im Ramtn der glorrtichm jungfmu ftllIria und dcr h. dm alit ~hrc ond alles 1:ob alltin gebiihrt. ~ch btfthlt dir. der flltnschtn <Bliick fiirdm.RaIartth. durch mtlche do gtZmungtn und dtirt madtn kannst. btschmiirt ich dich.:fIuch und die ~tin dir fUr aile ltiittn zu doppdn und IU otrmehrtn.Rachrs citirt. dtr dorch sdnm ~od das mtnschlicht <Beschlecht trkault hat. ftllIn gibt ihm dtn usttn ~ttin. dtr die 1:iimtn und Brochm !U ~dm gttrtttn. daij a adigst. IU mir IU and ern <Btist nndtst. und im Ramtn ~ede. und oon da jungfmu ftllIria ist gebortn murotn durm das <Bthamniij dts ~gtls <Babritl. Bie ~tschmiirong. Brcifaltigktit. & mird Imischtn 11 und 12 '!lhr Rachu citirt . htilig. 21postd und ~oangelisun. daij do ungtsiiumt kommst.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS 'llhr Racht. daij do mir uschtinst.:frdrog: 'Ragid. und montn ~tfml IU DolIIiehtn. und daij Eloi t Aglat taminabot t a nicht ma Duschmindt. daij ~ch btschmiirt dich 'Ragid do ungtsiiumt kommst oda finm und befehle dir. IU richttn dit 1:tbmdigm und ~dttn. modurch dit <Btisur alln1ltiligsttn ~cmmtnttn dts gtZmungtn mcrdtn. ~obald tr trschtint. du '!Urrschaftm und <Bcmaltigtn. daij du nicht magest IU kommtn. ich btschmiire dich Rimrod bti allen <Btisttm und bti alltn jirmturtn. ~ch btschmiirt dich Rimrod und bdthle dir ba alltn Ramtn. melche in dieStm ~ucht ~tchs srorkt ~tschmiiron­ uemichntt sind. mma am 1:tib noch an sich millig !tige. bti dem ~Iegd ~alo­ monis. IU jtdcr 21ltars. ohne ~chadtn mants 1:tibts odcr mona ~etle. da ~dt. mtintn :milltn. daij du mdntn Willen UOIlIithst. gebe die ~re dm h. allu ~mngtl und ~hrone. und aile heiligtn Ramtn. ~ch btschmiirt dich Rabam 1m Ramtn des ~atans und ~tdItbubs.:flamme. mird Imischtn 11 und 12 'tihr mtnn ich ts dir btfmlt. mtlche nicht auflliirtn IU singen: ~eilig. bei dem. bti dtm. dtn man finMt. bti den gtn. ~ie bemirkt . maier am 1:tibe noch an dcr (56 ) . bis ich 21n!!. da am ~gt dts <Btrlchrs mit .tst. ftllIn muij mtdn bmiigst noch btschihm dne ftllIus gebtn. dcr da ist mie die otrZthnnde . dtn . Ramm. und oaborgtne ~chat!t iillite. ftllIn muij ihm ttmas sonts <Bold gebtn. daij du soglach mir gegtnmartig se!!. dm aile 1:nJftl untnthlinig sind. ich btschmiirt dich bd sdnm hoI. & mird Imischtn j und 1 'tihr .:fijrsttngonst. ~ch btschmiin dich 21cham trkauft hat. und mich Rachrs angtroftn. 21m Bonnerstag: 21cham.

sdn fl)irkcn ilIt . imd dorch daft ~adimst da .!J. da in diCllcm )Jom Imn mird. ihr un'llomtt (5tistcr in das OIJi.!Jm ftlltta. mirkt . omaftt uon ~apllt !\onorius dcm (5roften 2lnno 1220.!Jc. so madc ich ohnc ~mu.!Jnift mtrfcn mird im . 'Ramaloth iiftilu die (5cffingnillsc. 2lacod ocrbir.!Jen En.!Jd. erid l't.!Jen ftlDl'lJm. stinc 'Region ilIt dcr ftlol'lJen. daft ihr Frtimilli. zmischtn ftlann ond .!Jtn 2lbcnd.:fmmtmhlm (?) blingfn madt.n mii. und bt5Qnfti. 2lcharid schafJt (5old ond ~ilbcr. in mtlchtr ~prachc (?) ond aof mdchc fl)tilIf dcr )JClIchmiircr mill. niithi.!Jm ftlltttmacht. btgiinsti. hrnscht .!Jt.!JClIctzt 1st.!Jt ClI mitdcr cr haut .!Jtbm.st .s ~hnr. (5tist dcr £Unstt. lID ihr com on. Jch bcZt1chnc und bCllmmiil't bti mtincm ~c. . zu orthdlm ond ZD ompl'tchm. dDll ~hne dwm. f)jc !\andsmrift c.!JOIJohnt . ond spl'tchc: <5tht hin. ond schickc coch in dic llcfc dCll hiillischcn 2lb. dtr do ddnn ert bOlJoImst.!Jcgm ftlitta. mic man dcsnn im !\andtl btdiirfti.!Jt.!Jtst. in diCllcm em ZD blcibcn.Dft. ond ieh bCllchmol't.:fddtm. Endc dm (5rimoilJ. da allc &cam mdtuf.!Jcgfn 2lbend.!Jt ja. daft dcr £rnn. ~bid.J\llmen (50ttt5 dCll ~attrll t dcs ~ohncs t ond dcs h. cr mirkt . daft im da. ja.!Jm ftlltta.!J. polum polium IIIIlso Did . alsbald ond on.!Jc.icbc. stinc 'Region ilIt da ftlitta. u sammdt sic ond spmdu sic au mcm cr mill.!Jcben iibu ditsm ert.!Jtt ihm blingfn soli. <5dst dcr fl)aldcr.!Jfmo ftllIria ond alia !\titi. mit umtiindi. (5old odtr ~Ibcr oon ftlrnchm . Ingera zanium dorch mdn fl)ort.!J. ~atton dcr flicbc. (5cil1t dtr ~rozun.J\lldd. mtlieh.!J mir mt'l' .!Jc. damit sic ClI bmochm kiinnm bti Imcr (5dc. so ihr 'l:cofd lIt!!.!Jm mmsmtichen <5tstalt ond ohnt (5etiin. stinc 'Region ist du ftlitta.!Jt ond bcfmlc coch kmfti. Jch bmhmol't dich.:ftind in dic 1:.J\llmot.!Jdn .DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOlRE OF POPE HONORIUS auzofilhrrn.!Jlorrtichm jon.!JchorllBm zd.!\lim gtm9cht.!Jlich. tr laftt dic 'Brthdlc CI'lJchm. dtshalb bdthlc ich coch. (5tisttll t . onhc )Jmo.n soUtt.!Jc.!Jmhtit.!Jt ond .!Jt .lJllhcm.!Jt das ftlm aof. edail Ichrt fl)iJIsmschaftm. in mdmDll1:hfilc da fl)[(t do IHzt aoch n!!.sa ~tattt.:frao. ftllIsid.sCll )Juch hat odcr IClIm zo brin.!Jdlicbhabcr. ~ml.!Jm bannc ich com (5Nta oon dir. ond da coch iiba diCllm err <3ooolt .!J. ucrhilft abu auch zu ucrlomm ~chm. Jeh bcfchlc coch ond trmarte. stinc 'Region ilIt ftlitttmacht. mdchCll zo Endc diCllcr mahrhaftm ~lift .!Jcl ftlichad coch in das hiillischc (5dan. biim (5dst. J)OllSCS hmscht in .!J ihm da.so a::hristo. ond mas imma fiir tinc (5clOOlt di' uon (5ott ond den htili. cr Hiiftt ftloth und natkmft tin.s (58 ) .!Jmm mordm DOn dDll mahrm !\urn jr. 2lzdlcal.!J stl!.!Jt.!Jcn ftlitta.!J.!Jtm.!Jen ftlltta.n sollt[( . daft ich dcmlcnigfn.!Jc. ohnt . mo aom dtr )JClIchmiim mohnm ma. . !\dcnim omchafJt (5onst und E\l'tnsttllen. mdchCll coeh ond allen corm <5tsdlm batittt ist. (5cist dcr 'Rdchthiimu.!Jt.!JClIaomt in tincr anmothi.s ~crIlIn.:fcocr.!J .!Jc com dorch dic hdli. 2lnasta. sdn fl)irkm ilIt . ich zmin. dic imma nom ilIt . mas tr fordm. ohnc 1Jst ond ~.!J.!Jc. (5tisttll t dorch dic flJahrhtit. (5cillt du ~c.Bind.!Jstm Ramm (50ttt5 t S!on t )Jaid t ~r t ~cboti t a:Dmbin t 2ltor t 2ldonai t !\en t 't:ttmgrommamn t ~adai t ftlCllsias t 2lgios t Jschros t Enlanod t 2llpha t dan ihr ktinc <3ooolt mchr habt.!Jc . u roft sic htroor ond uhalt sic.!Jt den .J\llmm lIQ. (5cillt dcr 1:.s t ond dorch dic ~t/irkt tits h. cr mohnt .!J. cr han. £r mohnt .!Jronds.!J.!Jt.!Jen (?) Quollum opium onttr mdchu (5cstalt sic ts mir fordcrn mtrdtn. dic dir. dtm <5tkl'tDZi.!Jt (5cister du ~moncn. ich bannc dich durch dic ftllIcht dm ~attrll t dorch dic fl)tishdt dr.!J.!Jibt ~chQt2C mcm u mill.

mit j!rdm in nnrm nrum ~og[n mdchrm ~alomo dir <5risur ~apia. baum ond rinmAm konnr. mas a litst. ohnr ihm am 1Cribr odrr an drr ~tdr zu schadm. und zmar in r1nrm nrum ich bindr und btschmorr dich mit zinnunm i. otr\angrn madr im . daA a S!lIts omltthr. und oollzirhr mnnm ~unsrh. daA a nir oor (5mcht guurm mudr. drn ~tsitm ditsts gtschrirbmm $Jchts. im .Ramm btschmorm und gtbannt hat. da ~tundr. da h. dit bti mir n!!n madrn. <l3ti. oor allm <5cfahrm.Ramm dts h. mas ich Don dir marasi test mar ofa. mogm sir nun in dm 'l:irfm dtr j!rdr odrr in dm S!bgriindrn drs ftlmrs oaborgrn srin.rib odrr ~rllr. damit tr (5ooaftt bmribm. Bmfaltigkrit brfrhlr ich ~prich drtimal: Sileo alam dir.Ramm dts ~ohnts findr ich ftlothom principia moridich. mo da ftlDnd Doll Bu <l3ti. oor drn .:frimm an dm ert. rilr. frtimillig drm ~tschmorrr dir orrlangtrn ~chQtzr zu iibrrbringm. an mrinrm ~rrstandr odrr fiinf Agla siosmas nacus gaddurns et ulla odoi sabarlitt amara et miheline omni mora in spesi aprexum signo terribilem Cac onri damno et issione corporis et animae visibiliter comburens et omnibus maudalis meis obtem~IoAbrmntong. d:imtion: ttt ~omm unllrsaumt ohnt S!ufsrhub. zDZofiigm. mir du rs grschmonn. und nichrs soli ihm jtmals mimrr mtrissm noch sonst rin '1l:ltbd zugrfiigt mrrdrn. auch omlprrcht ich. und mir Don dtm ertr. ihn an ~rnntniA zunmmm Iassm. Amen ttt. Don ~prich drtimal: masar mdchrm ich ditsr &dr habr. j!ndr. mo und mann ich drlnrr brdiirfm madr. altt ftliinzm in gangbarr (5r1dsorttn zo oumanddn. und sprich: )m . ~ur ~rkrQftigung dwm. mtin ~onill ftlrndial. mas ihm soost noch bditbm solltt. ich mrrdr in mtnschlichu (5tstalt ihm rrschrintn und in ninrr gtmohntm ~prachr mit ihm THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS rrdrn. und im .:funa orrpfiichtt ich mich. und mrichr rilrnds Don mir. mas srhadlirh 1st. und du sollst mich oor allrm brmahrm.iilfd 0011 ditnm ftlachtmort.aca. j!ilr.R.Rachmllungrn ninrr .st ond bosr ~dt! ist. kaufm und ottkaofm. j!ndlich g£lobr ich. ohnr 1:ist und 'l:rug. und dimt mir. habt irh mrin ~rgd und 'lJinttrsrhrift bngrfiigt. ohnr (5rtosr. und brmirkrn. Rader Risie isuam poliibrrlasnst. . daA rr schnrll und ohnr ~rschmrrdr nintn ~rg zuriicklrgr. srinr (5rsondhrit zu mahrm und ~rgr tmgm. so nimm &dr in Ba ~ann. mit habeo per schazlo Goreb Ilinmtglassong da unniltzm (61 ) ~nnm ~adm (60 ) . auch ohnr mir an i. mas ich hrir gdobt. mlchrinr aba ungtsaumt. drs ~atml sochr ich dich. gmm <5utt sichtbar mlchrinst l:ntlassong.Ramm maschiliam in facto. ttt. S!n drm gmrigtm Usa! ~orstrhmJrs 1st tin gttmla Ego adjuro te custodem hujus thesauri in S!oszog aDs dtm gmruckttn hoc loco a quo terram ~ch drs groAm <l3rimoir. auf du 'Rrtsr mill ich ihn gdrittn. mir sir am ~ohnortt dts ~tsch­ moms im aJlrsr sind. in durm 'l:ttmgmmmaton S!gla . ond allts. F noch drntn. daA do mit drinrm oabor. ihm alit ~iinschr ohnr S!usnahmr rrfullm.stu tura maschilam corporis zmingr ich dich. <5rht in . mrlchrn (5ott dir btstimmt hat. und mlrhrinr mir in mmschlicha anmuthiga <5tsmlt. ritirm millst.iilfd drri i.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS ~trlang([ bringtn. l:ntlassongsformrl.:frindr zu schiitzm. ~mn do nnm ~chatzgdst peres.

mir hiO' das flliihr (l) BO' ~riesta lese dir ~chfolgrnde ZD oflllifichrn ist. m/ihrmd dfl11 die fllessr gdesrn Ehr dO' (5fist rnttassrn mird. fllesse zmingrn. ~tor zorn <5dIorsam bmchtt. ond er mird in den zorn h. bfdirnt 0' sich des ~nsrnd· dims ~nch in nine !land goldrnkmots. filii et sancti Spiritus eyonn (?) vera catholica · Apostolica et sancta Romana Ecclesia cite ordinatus et consecratus perte (?) pote (?) staleun (?) quam lunide (?) cite habeo conjuro te et adjuro zewmee (?) et zhedunrorem (?) principem Arat (?) Semper vim et potestatem hujus sanctissime misrellossrily (?) et permenta (?) dominii novi Jesu Christi quem alton (?) gio (?) et mene (?) quotidie et in cerreniter (?) Imolalm (?)' et per invincibilem juctucem (?) in gerorum (?) qull (?) conclunce (?) cuipat (?) Serpentis Dei genitricem Mariam et per suam artem et post t parum jlibatam (?) niginitulcem (?) oper (?) duam (?) poriuti (?) dimam (?) intercessionem et omnium sanctorum preederim (?) novororem (?) adfoocintina (?) jam in voculorum (?) patriarcharum sanctorum. das ~iichldn 'Zooor moij Don ihm das mrhnnaLs dorchzolesrn.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS THE GREAT GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS ond lfichtfntigrn ~ttllrn. dfl11 <Bott ~pnngrn desWfihmasms J!insicht ond (5nadr znmrndft. in Iminischrr ~pl1lchr soli fr an drci ~tdlen des bdgenrzt sind. iBt fS aoch got. ond dir (5ebm. quos duodecim archangelorum quatuor evangelistarum sanctorum tey (?) snegum (?) specinliter beatissimae virgini mirillansili (?) ariet (?) et persem crer sanctissime arrse (?) illorum et potentiam illorum quemiam (?) preni (?) pro inietatis (?) etiam Deus ipremisi (?) socc (?) cerdoti (sacerdoti) obedit etiam et ramisu (?) praesenti soleder (?) Aulim (?) jiculac (?) excudalone (?) geneneo (?) diverticulo et hoc Aerlim (?) memendo (?) obendius (?) et meo plito sertis (?) saccos (?) velperloos (?) ministros desoruntin (?) vnne (?) detemimanten (?) lecrum (?) n smbuna (?) ri nor in conanventubus (?) obtalum (?) sutetnee (?) in renva (?) nec muri obscorditec (?) vesonro (?) semplam (?) sill (?) omey (?) dolo (?) cronde (?) ct gu1acice (?) gim (?) terra molirebus (?) nempe sim cum is jamelcoll (?) sorroro (?) sine omiru (?) caroll (?) veedumm (?) corpori et rinnee (animae).n. in dO' ~tand gesmt n!!. Laudetur Jesus Christus! Missa conjuratoria. 'Zorn on frommO' ~r. iibO' dieses ~och zo Ehrrn dO' onmchrockrR ond fest. Seprentia (?) dure (?) sacerdos priusquam incipit missam praecise in nomine sancti Spimeindiridull (?) simitalis (?) patris. Ermns mqij. mir sich drr <5dst zo deshalb zor griiijcrn ~orsicht onttrschrribrn hat. brkommrn solltt. mird.sttr. ond ~rod beginnt. Ennahnt mird. drfit/igige . damit man sir mit drn die andcrn ~rschmiirongrn !l/indrn nicht buiihn. ist Dome gmigt. fine h. oeiten folgrndrn )lacht rungt der fllrnschrn hiilfrcich b[j· ~riesta mit dO' ~angmw zospringrn. an. die fllesse mie dO' !tar mit sfinfl11 BimO'. Bann biism (5dst zor 'llnttrschrift . kann ihm kfin 1:dd zotilgrn. ~ grrichtft mrrdrn. mrnn ihn dO' aoch mit CBblatrn bekleben.JlQchtt. bmr das biB rndlich dO' (5fist mchfint. so mird 0' in Wir man dir 1:oftgdstrr dO' obm angufigttn jonn drn ciort. mie sir hiO' Wrnn drr ~riester moft. drnn 0' hBrfifaltlgkfit gdfSrn mO'drn. dann raoft dO' ~cstO'. ~angmesse mrhmt . <5rtst zo lesrn. EsgmmdJc . somohl zorn ~annm aLs gebr man ihm rtmas fur sonr zorn ~eschmiirm.:fastrn bfi WGssO' Bann Itdr 0' mit dfl11 <5fist. sir wgrn.sam brsmichrn ond S!nmrndong des (5rbrts. dann finbirgrn. Bann dir ~oches die Eckrn mit dcm ~fS[hmiirong zor flleij mit Q:hr!!. daij ja abgueichnm ~entacolom in dO' SJRordnong kfin jehlO' mit onttrlaofr.

foniurarionea Oemonum .

Cl. an~ tbe Wor~ was Go~ etc. as it was witb boly peter: Cl.the Gospd of mark. an~ the Wo~ was witb Go~.the Gospel of Luke. a city of Galilee. .the Gospel of matthew. coming ~wn to Capemaum.~ bin~ing of wil spirits ~Uing IDitbin t~ \x»ies of men. Jesus tulgbt tbrnt on the sabbath ~ays.the Gospel of Luke. n tbat time. n tbat time Jesus appUN~ unto the tweloe as tbey sat at meat an~ upbrai~~ them IDitb tbrir unbelief etc.the Gospel ofJobn.~niumtionts I)rmonum £I I I I I Cl. Cl. OW w~ Jesus was bom in Brtblebrnt ofJu~aea in t~ ~ays off)~ t~ King etc. n that ti~e tbe angel Gabriel was sent from ~ unto a (lty etc. Cl. An~ they rom astonis~ at bis ~ne:for bis wo~ . Cl. n t~ beginning was tbe Wo~.

from tbe tongue. from the moutb. from tbe Mro. from the brmts.n . from the l1ngm.oly One of Go~ .n . Go fortb from bim.is son An~ to tbe oin~icAting t. he Qtne out ofbim.\Ce An~ come out of bim. An~ wbm the ~l bA~ thrown bim in the miM. €oi1tongue~ ~eoi1. Amost mismble sinner. from the chest. t. by this boly sign of tbe cross wbicb we plAce upon bis brow.coro Jesus Christ.uOO. A prAyer: tlLor~ Go~ be thou grAcious in tbine heArt to me.ol~ thy pe.u woro is tbis! }or witb power An~ .is son. from tbe bones. Anotber prAyer: tlI ~b thee .oly n.coro Jesus Christ tb. exorcise tbee. rAise tbyself An~ Acknowle~ge tby purpose An~ pAy bOmAge to tbe lioing An~ true Go~. from the stomAcb. from the win~pipe.une An~ swiftly go fortb An~ ~m. An~ the .e bimself commAnMb tbee. from tbe fLmks.u. from the nostrils.. 1 cAll upon thy t.crt us Alone.e comnwtMb thee. ~m n~ to pollute. in tbe Mme of Go~ tbe Almigbty }. An~ wbo After four ~AYS mA~e L.An~ thef. tbou Jesus ofn. An~ in tbe synagogue tbere was A nwt. the might. Amm. thine is the power. to ~PArt from tbis seroAnt of Go~. . t. uncleAn spirit. who wAlke~ witb ~ry fert upon tbe seA An~ stt'rtcbe~ bis rigbt bAn~ out to prter as be sunk.mtbority fONM An~ ~. from the sole An~ from the ltWTOW. An~ they come out. from the feet. €ml-tongue~ ~l. An~ burt bim not. from the neck.oly Spirit.u thou sbAlt ~Ag fortb All the infirmities from ~ limb of tbis mAn: from the ba~. Go~ of tbe oirgins. from the flesb. sAying. tl€oi1-tongue~ ~eoi1. eoi1-tongue~ ~l.une of Jesus Christ t. SAying. wbo mA~e open tbe eyes of the blin~ cbi1~. from the bAck. Go forth. from the ~. pAy bOmAge to Jesus Christ t.uArrtb? Art tbou come to ~estt'oy us? 1know wbo tbou Art.uber.uAt'US to Arise from tbe tomb. An~ from All the join(68 ) ay ofthe limbs ofbim. he will bur tby n. Go~ Wof tbe Apostles. from the sinews.mtbority he comnwtMb the und~ spirits. An~ Jesus Nbuke~ bim. Go~ of tbe confessors. from the quick. from tbe teetb. from the thro. GrAnt tbAt be NACb tby mercy. A prAyer: D o~ of the Angels. from the brow.Wb. An~ crie~ out witb Alou~ ooice. An~ by tbe power of the t. t.unong tbemseloes.oly Gbost. wbAt bAoe we to ~o witb tbee. nor presume ye to pasist witbin bim. for tbou wisbest All men to be sAoe~. n. tAke up tbe prAyer 1 lAy before tbe fAce of tby goooness on bebAlf oftby seroAnt. from the bAil'.une ofbim went out into ~ plAce of the country roun~ About.oly Gbost An~ ~Art from tbis set'OAnt of Go~. tbe t. n . by tbe . from the bloOO. Go~ of the ArcbAngels.u WheN~ he conceAlrtb bimself. wbicb bA~ Aspirit of An uncleAn ~oi1.wbo is oexe~ by A~emon. from the eyes.n . I ..une An~ 1 beseecb bumbly for tbe mercy of tby glorious nujesty to ~em to stAn~ fortb as my Ally AgAinst tbis most wicke~ spirit.ee~ me.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS CONJURATIONE DEMONUM was witb power.An~ they weN All Am. SAying t. n. from tbe eMS.cor~.cor~ Jesus Christ. Go~ of the mArtyrs. An~ in tbe n. from tbe sbins. An~ spAke . und~ spirit from tbis work of Go~. An~ in tbine own imAge An~ likeness mA~e tbou us. SAtAn: An~ ~lioer tbis plAce to the oin~icAting t. Go~ fAtber of our . so tb.

wbo ~b~l~ tb~~ rrtum wb~nc~ thou cam~. song of p~sts. ) prai~ t~~. tbwart~r of justic~. Go y~ into all tb~ worl~ an~ pmcb ~b~l~ tb~~ plung~ from tb~ big~st of tb~ b~avms into tb~ ~tbs of tb~ ~artb. thou art boun~ by oatbs in tb~ nam~ of our £or~ J~sus Christ. th~ ~ginning oftb~ f)oly Gospe1Accor~ingto Jobn. A praya: or~ J~sus Christ. By tbis sign b~ N~~ an~ in tbis nam~ b~ was crudfl~~. ~N­ fON tbou. ) glorify L L . ~ Cum Spiritum tuo. inspiration of agoni~s. Su nNng upon ~ f~rt. f)~ comman~rtb t~~.. but witb th~ grac~ of thy m~rcy sa~ an~ ~~li~r him whom tbou oogn~~ to N~~m with thin~ own pNcious bloOO. an~ 1 ~~~ch th~~ to suff~r not this thin~ ~ant to ~ lost. ~~~ of avaric~. tb~ ~a an~ tb~ t~­ ~ Gos~l. ~vil-tongu~~ ~vil. An~ tbou ~i~ ~rn~ upon th~ Apostl~s in tongu~s offlam~. p~cutor of t~ nations. but sav~ an~ ~~li~r bim witb tbin~ holy nam~. thou art f~. thou proc~~~~st from th~m un~rringly. An~ J~sus sai~ rt crt~ra. ~~uca of m~n. art tb~ trutb an~ tb~ ligbt. my kn~~s aN ~nt tb~~ an~ bl~ss tb~~. tbou art tb~ jirst lmag~ an~ rt~ma1lif~. thou kno~st ~ who was bumtin 1saac's plac~. an~ ~ntNat tbat tbou ~ grnt1~ to tbis most pitiabl~ sinn~r an~ not ~sp~ bim whom tbin~ own ban~s wrougbt. ~~art. masta of ~ons wbo stanMb an~ ~efirtb tbougb tbou kno~st tbat f)~ bast lai~ tby pow~rs low. an~ Uk~ unto th~ quality of t~ ~atha an~ th~ Son. f)~~~ t~rqoN.~ comm~nc~s tb~ ~rvic~s o~r tbo~ wbo aN ~x~~ by tb~ ~~ons. comman~~~ tb~ win~s. tb~ to pray to tb~~: ) worsbip tb~~. my kn~~s aN ~nt bm to pray to th~~: ) worship t~~. thou . thou art conqu~N~. tb~ ~a~. lik~ unto t~ rtanity. tb~ ~artb an~ all tbings. rt crt~ra. ~11spring of corruption. agrnt of batN~. tI. to tb~~ witb thin~ fatba an~ th~ f)oly Ghost is ~qual honor an~ lik~ glory an~ cort~ma1 oominion. son of tb~ living Go~. f)~ commanMb tb~~. an~ !. £ik~w~ a portion oftb~ Gosp~lAccor~ingto mark. most wick~~ spirit. wbo aro~ from tb~ sam~ Son.. ~N is a CNOO spok~n. A pray~r: o~ f)oly ~ath~r Go~ Almigbty. NCeiM of ~~atb. root of ~vi1s. an~ tb~ ag~ byjiN. An~ a1t~rwa~ is a pata nost~r ~lfbqor~ all ag~s a cort~ma1 son. ~irstly tb~ Dominus Vobiscum is spokrn. thou art cast ~own. thou stan~st forth 1ik~ unto t~ substanc~. ~~n an~ u~~n. Satan. rt crtaa. f~ar. thou CNate~ tb~ ~a~ns. this praya follows: or~ f)oly ~atb~r Almigbty who ~gat for tby Gloria in €xc~1sis is spok~n. art tb~ ~nmty of tb~ rac~ of m~n. 1n tb~ ~ginning was tb~ Wor~. my kn~~s aN bmt bm wbo L an~ an A~ maria sai~. ) prai~ tb~~. a son oflik~ substanc~: witb tb~ f)oly Gbost. ) bl~ss th~~ an~ ) glorify t~~. thou kno~st tbou art ~ivi~~ from bim."ntf~st~~ thy~lf abo~ our sam~ £or~ J~sus Christ In t~ form of a ~o~. Glory to you.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS CONJURATIONE D EMONUM wbo ~lS("O~. D~part in tb~ nam~ of tb~ ~~tb~r an~ tb~ Son an~ tb~ f)oly Gbost: ~~ ~liM OM tbis plac~ to tb~ f)oly Gbost~ By tbts SIgn of tb~ cross of our £or~ J~sus Christ wbo sball com~ to ju~g~ t~ living. wbo in Jo~b's plac~ was sol~ in slavay. wil-tongu~~ ~~vil.

I bless tbee. by tbyholy cross An~ PASsion.<30~. t>irgin fONNr. in~e~. (35:1-3. Nst After lAbor. I will ASCm~ into ~. witb them tbAt striN ~ witb me: S'igbt AgAinst tbem tbAt l1gbt AgAinst me. £or~ Jesus Christ. by tby 1lfty lASbes.oly Gbost. ~ oftbe prophets. By our £or~. . I prAise tbee. £or~ Jesus Christ. tAke bol~ of sbiel~ An~ buckler. Amm. bAN mercy on tbis mAn.oly Gbost. son of tbe most glorious mAry. DrAW out Also tbe speAr An~ stop tbe WAy AgAinst tbem tbAt perserute me. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. £or~ Jesus Christ. by tby bAptism An~ tby boly fAst. £or~ Jesus Christ. £or~ Jesus Christ. ~ oftbe mrgins.oly Gbost. f. ~ oftbe Angels. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. by tby boly bloo~ An~ tbe WAters wbicb poure~ from tby si~e. SAY unto my soul. I glorify thee: I entreAt tbee to wholly ~riN from tbis tby 5m)Ant tbe SbA~OWS of tbe nigbt An~ sin An~ filieboo~. £or~ Jesus Christ. ~ ofthe ArCbAngels.11 tbe ~ceptions An~ ~ces tbAt Are tbe ~t>i1's. by tbe mAnger in wbicb thou ~i~ lAy. £or~ Jesus Christ. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. by tbe blows An~ tbe t>inegAr stirre~ witb bile. bAt>e mercy on tbis mAn. £or~ Jesus Christ. b~ mercy on tbis mAn. So it WAS in tbe beginning. A prAyer: tI. Remember. by tbe t>in~icAting f.~ ofbe~.) Glory to tbe S'Atber An~ tbe Son An~ tbe f.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS CONJURATIONE DEMONUM bm to prAy to tbee: I worsbip tbee. An~ kin~le thou in bim tbe light of tby mercy An~ tbe l1re of tby sweetest An~ most boly ION. An~ bestow upon bim Aportion in L life eternAl witb tby boly SAints. wbo tbrougb tbine only begottm son gAtbm~ tbe fAithful people unto tbyself An~ sbut AWAy tbe ~AmMtion of tbe ~t>il: we beg you to ~riN out from tby 5m)Ant 11. by tby mAjesty. nor Another crutor ofthe be~ An~ the eArtb. son oftbe morning! how Art thou cut oown to tbe groun~. A prAyer: tI. by tbe glory oftby kingoom. By our SAme foro Christ. by tbe thorns of tby crown. by tby coming ju~gment. Witb bumility I beseecb your mAjesty An~ glory so tbAt tbou sbMI beem to liberAte tbis your 5m)Ant from tbe uncleAn spirits. £or~ Jesus Christ. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. bAN mercy on tbis mAn.ow Art tbou fMlm from b~. Amm. A pSAlm: 1f'1)leA~ my CAUse. In tbe Mme of tbe S'Atber. £or~ Jesus Christ. 1 Am tby sMt>Ation. ~ wbo bol~s tbe power to bestow life After ~Atb. by tby boly elect. be tbou merciful to tbis mAn An~ free bim from bis sins An~ bis enemies seen An~ unseen. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. or~ Jesus Christ. for tbou Art tbe king An~ tbine kingoom sbMI be witbout limitAtion. £or~ Jesus Christ. £or~ Jesus Christ. An~ stAn~ up for mine bell'. wbicb N~ weAkm tbe MtiOns! S'or thou bAst sAi~ in thine hem. £or~ Jesus Christ. tbm is neitber one AboN tbee. by tby boly ASCension. I inooke tbee by tby bolybirtb. £or~ Jesus Christ. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. foro. b~ mercy on tbis mAn. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. by tby boly resumction. An~ sustAin bim untoucbe~ tbrougb All ofthe ASSAUlts thereof. etc. bAN mercy on tbis mAn. tbe Son An~ tbe f. o £ucifer. 0 £or~. £or~ Jesus Christ.

Cb~ thM ~~ th~~ sh. thM t~ ~o not M .\st ~~stroy~~ thy l.ln~ pri~. A pr. by our for~. ofNXing. thM N~ sh.lim~nt of tbo~ thM .lSCm~ .\st out thy m~i~s .ln~ b~.lll of tbm.lym wbich 1 o1f~r up to th~~ on th~ beh. s..1 wil~~ss. . . ~or 1 wm M up .ln~ of A.In .ln~ from tb~ ~.. for~ .l~ tb~ t1)Or1~ .lcob.11~~. .DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS CONJURATIONE D EMONUM 1wm ~xa1t my thron~ . so thM tb~ ta- D L .lya: or~ Go~ of might.l gNM mu1titu~ of~op1~ out of.llso upon t~ mount of tb~ congug. ~.lya: Zlr n~ h~ C.1n~ .uions. Chou sh.litb th~ (o~ of hosts.lri~S.1 CMC. for thou m my Go~.lm~ oown with t~. 1 will be lib tb~ most 5igb.ln~ sWn thy ~opk ~ ~~~ of m1-00ttS sbM1 n~ be Nnown~.l~ .l11 Ju~.lN . comm.11~~ of their ~~~s. 1n~~~~.lt thou.\st oftYN .)O~S. nor pos~ss th~ l.lCC~t with in~u1gmc~ t~ gijt of our humility tb.lnt's pmtion: (Ol)ing On~. w~ beg th.11~~ tb~ . so thM t~ will ho1~ no 10nga th~ powa OM this thy ~ro. 1s tbis tb~ m.111.lught~r for his chil~Nn for th~ iniquity of tbeir fMhm.ln~ tb~ rom h~. yrt thou sb.lN th~ sl. A pr.lt tN bring befON th~~ on th~ beb.lm.ln spirits. tiring.lnt with t).ln~ is not confoun~~.uts( thou h.lS t~ r.ln~ consi~ring t~~.lc~~ bis trust in tb~~.lbi~ing witbin bim.lS p1.lOON th~ heights of th~ dou~s.lch m~to ~o thin~ will.ln~. sh. N1~~ him.lYs in th~ wick~~n~ss of iniquity .111 t~ powa thmof. which C.1 st1)Or~.lnt .ln~ might. .ln thM m. for h~ b.11t . A pr. ~ OO»C~S.uion.lny ofhis ~isdp1~s.lnity. .lya: ~liM m~ from min~ m~i~s. to th~ si~s of th~ pit.lya: Qtan.11t be brought oown to h~ll.ln~ Sioon.lbomin.ln~ n~ stoo~ within th~ truth. for~ fONNr .ln~ stooo in t~ ~pWn. n .lrth to tMnb1~.1 b.11W.ln~ ~Nr.lS . A pr. An~ th~ tbM rom NX~~ with und~.l1 Go~. (o~: 1fl~~ to tb~~.lrious .lg.lt opm~~ not th~ hou~ ofbis prisonm? All th~ kings ofth~ n. tN ~ntNM ~~.lb1~ br. .lm~ to b~. .lc~ of th~ t1)Or1~ with dti~s. or riNng him.lncb. S.lying. . th~ Go~ of J. thou.lr.ln~ ~­ stroy~~ th~ dti~s th~Nof.ln~ .lron. An~ th~ wbo1~ mu1titu~ sought to toucb bim: for tbm ~t mrtu~ out of bim. nor 1111 th~ f.lttOw1y look upon th«.lSs thy s~ro. jWousy .l~Nrs.ln~ th~ oppNssion of~ Em1 On~. uk~ up t~ pr.ln~ .lr ~m him .lnw~~s.l1f ofthy sal'. nor of .ln~ . t~ ~ Go~ of 1SMC.lS . th.ln~ of €Ii. tbrust tbrougb witb .llw.lJf of tby sal'.lnt.ln~ JUUS.1n~.l co. be tbou .lOON th~ stArs of Go~ : 1will sit .ln~ t~ comp.lSS.ln .ln~ thou tby ~ro.ln~ to be ~. s. in th~ si~s of th~ nortb: 1wm . li~ in glory.ln~ tb~ b.ll ~ons.linst th~.ln~ NXMions of t~ ~mons: for from t~ beginning tb~ und~ spirits h.ly tho~ m1 ~n~i~s low.11t not be join~~ with th~ in buriM. .lYs bem ~~ceitfu1 .ln~ thou thy 10t)ing .111 his t). bec. th~ Go~ of Q.ln~ .lr him.lrt th~ Go~ of Abr. but p~~ . t).lng~1s to 1. ~ry on~ in his own hou~.lt.lS . thM go oown to tb~ ston~s of th~ pit.ln~ c.IN sWn.lk~ t~ kingooms.lll n.lN lik~ . (or~.ln~ gr~~~.lnt to be fN~~ from th~ triMs . CbM m.l~~ th~ ~.n . CbaqON comm. tb~ Go~ oftobw. pN». But thou m Qst out of thy gr.l:' 1~ .\b.lSS tro~~ unoo f~rt. t~. . by tby justic~ . .

an~ by the migbt oftbe f)oly Gbost an~ oftbe most boly cross. tbou fasbione~ bis bones an~ sinews. 11. an~ be beale~ tbem aU. peta from prison. sauior of tbe worl~ tbat is tbe majesty praise~ by tbe angels. tbou art tbe baling goooness '=--:Ilfo~: fisten to our entreaties on the bebalf Of tby seroant an~ gilW to bim true bumility. A praya: tla cro~ of tbe sick an~ tbose wbo wm lWxe~ by unclean spirits came to bim because tbere sent uirtue out ofbim. in tbe joinery ofbis limbs or in tbe bo~ wbicb thou. tbou bestowe~ tbe spirit. etc. Afta. Jonah from the belly of tbe wbale.. ~or tbou art unmatcbe~ by gol~. nor to hol~ power in bis soul. wen unto tbe ol~st. An~ the p~ace of our for~ Jesus Christ tbrough wbom we rom re~eme~ tbat we nee~ fear no ml. 11. for~. paul from cbains. nor by precious gemstones. tbat tbe iniquitous spirits may no more hol~ powa oua tby seroant. A praya: Llrlmigbty Go~. psalm 11. tby 5eroant. our . true penitence an~ integrity an~ make bim to aban~n tbe empty rites of tbe ~ml an~ bis apostate angels. from their powa as thou release~ A~am from f)eU. an~ witb tbem all of tbeir companions. ye wbo comman~e~ tbe paralytic to carry bis cot an~ walk. for he is bimseJf witb us.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS CONJURATIONE DEMONUM rible serpents. an~ strilW OlWr bis bo~. psalm 54. the beginning of tbe f)oly Gospel accoroing to Jobn is spoken. We pray an~ beg tbee. by tbine passion tbou re~eeme~ us. for~. psalm 52. the tbree cbil~rm of Israel from tbe furnace of burning fire. Nuine One. tbe Israelites to cross tbrougb tbe miMle of tbe sea. let tbe ~emons be ~rilWn from tbe bo~ an~ spirit of tby seroant an~ procee~ into tbe houses of punisbment tbat thou bast prepare~ for them.. Daniel from tbe ~ of lions.cor~ Almigbty Go~. from tbe persecutors of ol~. but by the most holy bo~ an~ tbine blooo. . Dam~ from tbe bateful swor~. sball sink into a languor. 0 migbty man? Witb rejoicings an~ prayers Go~ sball see to (77 ) . Why boastest tbou tbyseJf in miscbiq. illayest tbou strike tbem ~wn. in thy name. Susanna from false accusations. comman~ tbem to mount their ~amnation. ma~ from tbe ~ust of tbe groun~. tby seroant. poure~ fortb. thou NSCUe~ illary illag~elene from the ~ ~ons. An~ tbeNfore by tbe bonor of tby name an~ tby Son's.cor~.11. Whmfore. thus ~rilW tbese enemies an~ tbine a~lWrsaries back to notbing. Because tbey pitiably barass tbis man before us. By tbe foro. botb grant us mercy an~ safeguar~ tby seroant from tbe mockmes of tbe Ol~ €nemy. tbat tbou. so tbat no more sball tbey be able to conceal tbemsellWs insi~ tbe bOOy tbat tbey CNate~ not. as tbou witb anger an~ fury struck ~own Sooom an~ Gomorra. Glory to tbee. In tbe beginning was tbe Wor~. ~eem tbou to release tby seroant. nor by sillWr.curn from tbe brothel. Go~. . foro. for~. an~ ~eem tbou to release tbis man. . Jesus Christ.cor~ Jesus Christ. nor may tbeir euil keep some power in any ofbis lWstments or clothes. fazarus to rise from tbe tomb. A prayer: tl~y tbis healWnly brea~ wbicb we took. By tbe power of the same. 0 for~ my Go~ in thee ~ I put my trust.11.

nor unoo bis tongue. fONNr an~ eNr praise tbe King of kings. neither wben be sleeprtb not.co~ Jesus Christ an~ from wbicb pOUN~ fortb tbe bloo~ an~ wata. neitba in bis tongue. tbe sweet from the bitta.n. nor on any account. nor in bis bea~.) By tbese afoNmentione~ ll'O~ 1bin~ tbee an~ remonstrate tbee to ~artfrom tbis seroant of GOO. An~ by our . nor to fomicate. by Go~ tbe Almighty ~atba.n . neither wbrn be sl«prtb. tbe trutb from the lie. 1 bin~ tbee ~ml by tbe Nsumction of out . neitha art thou able to summon to thine ai~ any unclean spirit. ~ to ~stroy an~ pollute bim.n. 1 bin~ thee ~l by our . nor ~rinking. an~ by the patriarcbs an~ the propbets. nor be tbou able to houn~ bim witb any ml. an~ be instructe~ them saying.co~ Jesus Christ ~uring wbicb be appeaN~ befON bis ~isctples saying. neither wbrn he walketb. an~ glorify bim tbat sittetb upon tbe tbrone. nor be tbou able to ~lil'a a ll'Oe unto any person. wbo ~~ay.co~ Jesus Christ entruste~ to bis ~ples in llerv tongues. ~art from tbis seroant of Go~. but he tbat beliet>rtb not sball be ~amne~. nor ~ring the night. so be thee ~im~~ from tbis seroant of Go~. be not able to conceal tbyself in.n. Aftaroaros tbis bin~ing is spoken: bin~ tbee ~l by tbe ~ather an~ tbe Son an~ tbe 1. n . n . ~art from tbis seroant of Go~. by Jesus Christ . nor wbile ~ing any manna of ll'Ork. nor in bis limbs. nor frotb. tbe nurtyrs an~ confessors an~ mrgins an~ all tbe saints ofGo~. nor raise up a ll'Oe at any hour. nor stan~ Ol'a tbis seroant of GOO. wbom our . n. tbe Apostles an~ €t)angelists.conginusi witb wbicb be punctuN~ tbe si~ of our . n . 1bin~ tbee ~ml by the lance tbat was .co~ Jesus Christ's passion wbicb he NCeit)e~ for the genaations of men. 1bin~ tbee ~l by tbe ~atb an~ tbe tomb of Christ. Go ye into all the ll'Orl~ an~ I preacb tbe Gospel unto et)ery creature. neither at tbe moment wben be stan~b. 1 bin~ thee ~l by the boly cross from wbicb our . be not able to conceal tbyself in bis bowels.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS CONJURATIONE DEMONUM bis own. (mark 15:16-17.. out of wbicb be rose again on tbe tbir~ ~ay from tbe ~a~. nor art thou able to ll'Ork some wit against tbis seroant of Go~: nor betray bim tbrougb some NNalment to any limng person on the eartb. 1. the gooo from tbe wit.bis tbroat.cor~ Jesus Christ 1bin~ thee to ~epart from tbis seroant of Go~. be not able to conceal tbyself in bis bOOy. 1bin~ tbee ~ml by tbe nails of our . n. ~art from tbis sat)ant ofGo~. nor in any ofbis limbs. ~art from tbis seroant of Go~.e tbat beliet>rtb an~ is baptize~ sball be sat>e~.co~ Jesus Christ was bung.co~ Jesus Christ mtb wbicb bis ban~s an~ ~ bis feet weN pinne~ to tbe cross. 1 bin~ thee ~l unclean spirit. nor strike bim ~wn: neitba to make bim struck. an~ no mON MUm nor cause to MUm any ~on upon bim: As Go~ ~im~~ the ~ from tbe eartb. tbe most bigb. neitba wbile eating.n.. n.. fear not. tbe ll'Omen an~ men tbmof. an~ no mON hol~ the power to ~aro unto bim nor lie ~wn mtbin bim nor ri~ bim ~ring the~ay. neitba in bis innar~s.be not able to conceal tbyself in bis moutb nor in bis bea~. 1t is 1.oly Gbost.n. 1bin~ thee ~il by the mn~icating 1)oly Gbost.

the prindpalities an~ POlNt'S. an~ by tbe nine cboruses of angels an~ all the Virtues ofthe heawns. an~ after ber traoail: in~e~ she concciw~ our . ~ur- ing ber traoail. for Go~ ma~ bim after bis own likeness: nor sball Satan & Beelzebub bi~ tbee. Amm. tbe Apostles an~ €oangeltsts. Amm. n . an~ by aU tbe angels an~ arcbangels. an~ by the ttNnty-four el~. an~ by aU the prayers of the saints tbat ~ry ~ay an~ always. worsbipful of Go~ the ~a­ tber an~ always praising bim an~ glorifying bim foteM an~ eM. tbus mayest tbou flee an~ ~ brougbt to notbing. tl Anotber BinNng: bin~ thee ~il by aU the saints ofthe Ol~ Cesument wbo abi~ in para~ise an~ in the glory of Go~ the Almighty ~atber: an~ by tbe glorious Virgin CDary wbo was a oirgin bqOte her traoail. Amen. J bin~ tbee so tbat thou sbalt baw not power nor leaw to keep tbe bo~ of tbis seroant of Go~. ~ tbou ~amne~ insi~ tbroughout the newr-en~ing ages fotewr an~ eM. by the ClNlw Apostles aq~ by the ~our €oangelist an~ by the ttNlw propbets. confessors.n . martyrs. tbe Cbrones an~ Dominions. an~ as an own burning in tbe eartb. by tbe most bigh an~ oin~i­ cating Ghost. ffi ~inis ffi I I ( 80 ) ( 81 ) . as salt ~issolw~ witbin water. An~ yiel~ tbis place an~ get ~e wbitber J bi~ tbee to go. but ~art witb the otber unclean spirits. On tbe ~ay of ju~gmmt penalties an~ torments sbaU gatber together to ~lNU OWl' tbee: On the ewrwting ~ay together witb aU tby company an~ wicke~ angels bastm tbou to tbe mark. by holy Gabriel. J bin~ tbee ~eoil by the four Noisions of tbe worl~ so that thou shalt sumnoo an~ yiel~ this place in wbicb thou abiMb an~ get thee bmce. An~ as wax flowrtb bqON aflame's countmance an~ sinners perisb bqore tbe countenance of Go~.. an~ by boly tinel. ~octors of the Churcb an~ oirgins an~ all tbe migbt of~. J~n~ thee. tbroughout tbe ~ay an~ tbrougbout tbe nigbt aN praising an~ glorifying Go~ the king foteM an~ ewr. neM again to Ntum to tbis man bm.coro Jesus Christ tbe saoior an~ N~er of tbe worl~ : an~ by all the boly saints an~ Patriarcbs. by holy Rapbael. tlAnotber Bin~ing: bin~ thee ~l by holy crncbael. Cherubim an~ ~apbim.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS CONJURATIONE DEMONUM bis only ~gottm son. nor to some otber person.

The serious student is encouraged to access and study the books themselves if my approach is deemed inadequate. It is my hope that this exploration into the various editions of this grimoire will better delineate the singularity of the text which was chosen for translation in the book which you now hold in your hands. French edition. AI. [within a double-rule border:] GREMOlRE I DU PAPE HONORIUS I AVEC UN RECUEIL I DES PLUS RARES I SECRETS I [kaballistic device] I A . The major difference between the two earliest editions of this work is the changing of the names of some of the spirits employed by the operator of the work. as the appended materials are completely unrelated to the Grimoire itself.AN EXAMINATION OF THE EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE OF POPE HONORIUS [l • OR THE purposes of this inquiry I have only examined the text body of The Grimoire of Pope Honorius proper in the editions which I've outlined. 1670.

The language & content of this 1670 edition appears to be later than the main text translated for publication in this book and. Leaf facing page ISis smaller than the rest of the pages (4 5/8 x 2 1/2) and depicts four kaballistic illustrations designated by the text as Le [. XI.132. Ie Pere. 5. and gives four kaballistic illustrations.. 10) blank. a qui les clefs du royaume des Cieux ont ite donnees. Ie Fils et Ie Saint-Espirit. qui etent l'Agneau sans tache. Leaf facing page 12 is smaller (4 x 2 1/2) than the rest of the pages. while it was passed over for translation at this time. Leaf facing page I I gives nine inscriptions to be engraved during the implementation of the book's instructions. Notes: This copy of The Grimoire of Pope Honorius is unique in that it was from the personal library of Eliphas Levi and contains marginalia and notes by him throughout. fore and bottom edges uncut. . i-iv I-50. Text begins: Les soixante-douze sacres noms de Dieu. 15. Initium saneti Evangelii. avez ete immoli pour Ie salut du genre humain [. 11-14· v. we did use it for reference in all phases of preparing the present edition for publication.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE ROME I [double rule] I M DC LXX I Collation: (5 Ih6 x 25/8) 69 leaves. TABLE 126-132.126. En l'honneur de Ia tres-sainte et tres-august Trinite. page facing verso (pg. per Deum sanctum et regnantem.. ] trois petits pentacles de Salomon.17. per Deum vivum. et celui de Nvangile de StJean. 5012 5. Text begins: "Le Saint-Siege Apostolique. Binding: Black boards. Orison.. i.. pp. iv. Redempteur des hommes. n •J.. Domine.133. conjuro te N. Orison. ]" pp.. ]" pp. iii. hand-drawn FRONTISPIECE by Eliphas Levi p. par ces paroles de J. Conjuration universelle. Ainsi soit-il. Trinitas. Sother. Text begins : "Jesus-Christ.lllustrations and notations made by him have been delineated in the relevant sections. Fils de Dieu vivant.. IV. III. 1415· VIII. et verbum erat apud Deum [. qui ex nihil c(]!lum et (85 ) .t(") in black ink p. secundum Joannem. per Deum verum... Contents: Hebraic inscription ("n'o. Constitutions du Pape Honorius Ie Grand. Begins: "In principio erat verbum.. VII. VI. II.10. " IX." pp. Messias. White end-papers. ]" pp. TITLE p. qui pour Ie salut de taus les hommes [. It gives three kaballistic illustrations. 1-5. Text begins: "Ego N.C. Emmanuel [. Overview of Contents: I. Leaf facing page 13 is on the opposite side of the page described in v. Text begins: "Mon Seigneur Jesus- Christ. gloria tibi.J" pp.

XVIII. Text begins: "Je vous conjure et ordonne.") below it. venez tous Espirits [.] " pg.J" pp. I queru tuo 0 ea & Julianus I [beluw the border. This version. 17-19. In the center of the pentagram is an eye. Livre. tous et autant que vous etes [. 25· XIX. on a recours a votre vertu. Conjuration de Livre. Conjuration des Demons. relating the image to the text segment titled "Le gr:and exorcisme pour deposseder [. The second p~ge gives .. Text begins: "Je te conjure. drawn in black. The circle has the Latin phrase "In eo qui me confortat omnia possvrn" going around the circumference of it. XVII . ]" pp.. also in red:] Bohas a dit: ne timeas I Jakim de doumet aMohas.P.Quis angeleus ductor I tuus I -Hermes sanctus. At the bottom of the illustration is written "figure relative au grand I exorcisme" with the handwritten note ''page 84 ". Below this image is a serpent with a head on each end (possibly the aya800<:ullO'VOC. The next page shows a pentagram set within a circle and each point of it marked with one letter of the Hebrew word 'mrvn" (Jeshua). Text begins: "Quid tardatis. XVI. Seigneur... Text begins: ''Au nom du Pere. d'etre utile et profitable [. xv. Leaf facing page 27 is an illustration of the Grand Pentacle de Salomon " with the phrase [written in red:] "Scire fF Velie fF Acidere I TACERE. ]" pp.. 20-21 are four pages of kaballistic illustrations. The next page depicts a Star of David (drawn in black) with the names of four saints written in the lateral points. Ce qu'il fout dire en composant les cercle. 19... 20-2 I.2 5· XXI..]" pp.. an . obedite prceceptori vestro [. Text begins: ''Les cercles se doivent foire avec du charbon. pictures a triangle beset with four circles (drawn in red) and a brazier within this triangle. of Grecian mythology) extending in opposite directions over a circle.." ("Know fF Will fF Dare fF KEEP SILENT.. 25-27. . Espints. 24. The first page gives the magic Circle and Triangle of evocation. Below the circle three human feet are depicted. ou de I'eau binite aspergee. et du Fils. Conjuration.. 22-24.. 11faut dire se suit avant Ie signe du Livre.. XIV. however.alternate circle (as two overlapping CIrcles) which IS commonly given in other editions. The other illustration on this page is a kabalistic diagram. confirmez cet ouvrage [. Text begins: "Seigneur. in red:] . XII. Figure du cercle et de ce qui Ie concerne.2 5. avecdu hois de la croix [. Between pgs. Leaf facing page 26 is an illustration depicting a hand holding the top of a grotesque decapitated head above a cross entwined by a serpent.. is not present in any other editions of this work. A. . quidfacitis? prceparate vos. xx. Text begins: Moi N je fe conjure espirit N au nom du grand Dieu vivant [.]" pp. et du Saint-Espirit: AIerte. This illustration. ink.20 XIII. to the best of my knowledge. J" PP· 24. J" pg. (86 ) . J" pp.. 22. Above the Star is the following handwriting: [written in red:] Ie cachet du livre I IMRI I [within a singlerule border:] 21 I -Quis ut Deus? I -Frater Domini I [and beluw the Star.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE terrum [.

Text begins o Roi Bayemon! [. mechant esprit. par lesquels tu peux etre contraint et lie [. 29. 'Ro.." pp. . XXXIII. XXIV. (88 ) .]" pg..) pg. 36-37. Conjuration. Text begins "Cette experience se fait la nuit.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS XXII. par Ie Dieu vivant. XXXII. 39-40. qui risidez en ces lieux.. au nom d'Astaroth [.. ]" pg 35. ]" (and goes on to name the following spirits.]" pp. Text begins: "Voila votre sentance qui vaus defend d'etre rebelles a nos volontes EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE XXXI. Pour Ie Vendredi a Bachet. 37. Aquiel par taus les noms tcrits dans ce livre [.]" (and ends with the handwritten note) "ici finit la gremoire d'Honorius. . . . XXIX. par I'image et ressemblance de J. Bechet [. Text begins "Cette experience se fait la nuit. ~dcm. 45.) pp.) pg. au nom de Satan. ]"pg. ]" pp. 41.]"pp. 37. 28-29. xxxv. Conjuration. C. NotreSeigneur [. ~a. Text begins "0 Roi Amaymon! [.... dupuis onze heuresjusqu 'a douze [. XXXIV. prenouncant ce qui suit.fallal. XXVII.. dupuis onze heuresjusqu 'a une [. ]" pg. dupuis dix hueresjusqu 'a onze [. 43-44.. Pour Ie Mardi a Nambroth . tant de jour que de nuit. 44. Conjuration tres-forte pour taus les jours et a toute huere. XXXIX. Conjuration au Roi de l'Orient. 2lrdud & 2lcorib.. Text begins "Pour Ie lundi a Lucifer.. 0 puissant Magoa [. par les paroles et vertus de Dieu [. Conjuration au Roi du Midi. ~amchi[~ &c.. J\astmcht. 45-50.sid. Astaroth. 30-34. ~chid. ~mulha[... Pour Ie Samedi a Nabam.]" (and goes on to name the following spirits.]"pp. 27-28. Text begins "Je te conjure. Text begins ''Je te conjure Nambroth. XXIII.] Text begins ''Je vous commande. Conjuration au Roi du Septentrion.. . 38. 41.su. it faut montrer Ie Pantacle de Sa/umon. 2l. Conjuration au Roi d'Occident. et te commande par taus les noms.38. ~tid.) pp. ] " pg. Acham. Text begins ''Je te conjure. Conjuration. . Text Begins "Cette experience se fait la nuit. Conjuration. XXXVII. par Ie Dieu vivant [. je te conjure et invoque par les tres-haut et saints noms de Dieu [. XXVIII. Pour les renvoyer. pour les trtsors caches [.. Nabam. dupuisneufheuresjusqu 'a douze [. Text begins "Cette experience se fait la nuit. Conjuration... ]" pg. Text begins "Je te conjure et invoque.. ftlallad.. 29. ] (and goes on to name the following spirits. XXXVIII. ou en quelque partie du monde [.. Conjuration pour chaque jour de la semaine.. XL.. au nom de Beeleze1mt... 'Ramat. 4 2 • XXXVI.s. demons.. Text begins ''Je te conjure. Pour Ie Mercredi a Astaroth. xxv. . ] "pp... Text begins "0 Egym! grand roi du Midi.. XXVI .]" pg. Conjuration du Lundi a Lucifer. xxx.. Lucifer. Text begins "cette experience se fait la nuit. ]"pg. Cette experience se fait souvent depuis onze heures jesqu'a [. [. dupuis neufheuresjusqu 'a dix [. Text begins "Je te conjure. Text begins "Je te conjure..] (and goes on to name the following spirits. Pour Ie Dimanche a Aquiel...s. 1:00001.sid. 4 2 -43. Conjuration. ftlassayd. . Text begins "Je te conjure.] " pp.

1977. the British Library dates the actual printing of the book at 1810. xiiixiv. xii. Text begins "Le St. Figure 24 is a frontispiece to the "Constitution du Pape Honorius Ie Grand" and is an illustration of the apparation of Saint Genevieve. Binding: Black boards. Siege apostolique. 107115. pp. (notably. pp. 1-103. xiv.E.EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS Leaf facing page 50 is a cryptic kaballistic illustration. and was born in nearby Nanterre. [ a ses anges. (Saint Genevieve.116-12 3. French edition. aqui les clefs du royau11U de Cieux ont ete donnees par ces paroles de J. Although similar illustrations appear in other grimoires. The contents of this edition appear to be the basis for Arthur Edward Waite's exposition of The Grimoire of Pope Honorius in his Book of Black Magic & Of Pacts (London. Although the title page gives the date 1760..) II. iii-iv vii-iix. TABLE 104-106. exclusive to this edition of this work. White end-papers. circa 422-C.E.. xi. [within a tkJuble-rule border:] GRIMOIRE I DU I PAPE HONORIUS.D. A handwritten note at the top of it reads [written in black:] "qui diabolwn vocat ipse I pater [?] est diaboli-" below this inscription is the Hebrew "tetragrammaton" (mn') [written in red) inscribed upside down. Pages following the title-page and preceding the text body of the work are a gallery of the illustrations referred to in the book itself. XLI. APPENDICES 107-115. Leaf facing page 5 I is a kaballistic illustration. this illustration is. a toi seul puissance de commander au prince des tinebres et . 500. .D. i-xxv. Orison. xv. I AVEC UN RECUEIL I DES PLUS RARES SECRETS. is the patron saint of Paris. 104-106. 3-7. I [kaballistic device] I [single rule] I A ROME (1760) I Collation: 74 leaves. as far as I know. III. Le Poule Noire). Below this is a kaballistic illustration with the words [written in black:] "Diabolus Mendax est et Pater ejus Q. France. a handwritten note [written in red) reading "nomini Diaboli est I inverso et Subversio I nominis Dei I Et corpus diaboli est I wnbra corporis Dei.P. 116-123. all edges cut. referred to in the initial Orison in the text proper. 1760. The frontispiece is intended to act as figure I and thus the first nwnerated illustration is figure 2. Contents: No quarter-title. Constitution du Pape Honorius Ie Grand. Overview of Contents: I. a St Pierre: Je te donne les clefs du royaume des cieux. Text begins "Mon Seigneur Jesus- Az. TITLE p. xx. Woodcut [?] FRONTISPIECE "Garde pour les moutons" p. ii. 1898)." and below that. a coq noir or black hen. XLII. Notes: I examined the copy of this edition which was acquired by the British Library on July 19. ]" pp.-C. iii. xxii-xxiii are blank.

et Spritus saneti.P. qui j'ai apporte a presence. ]"pg. Text follows: "Laus.. avez ete immok pour k salut du genre humain[ . . Text begins "0 toi [sic] Amaymon! [. En I'honneur des Ia tres-sainte et tres-auguste Trinite. xv. ]" pp. ce qui est opere eu nous [.. quid facitis? preparate vos...]" pg..A.s. Text begins: "Voila votre sentance qui vous defend d'etre rebelks anos voluntes moramini. Text begins "Ego N. venez tous Esprits Parla vertu et Ie pouvoir votre Roi [.. 28-29..DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE Christ. Text begins: "Les cercles se doivent foire avec du charbon ou de l'eau binite aspergee avec du bois de Ia croix binite [.. ]" pp. et du St.rusrmcht.ym. IX. Orison. Text begins: "Voici Ie pantacle de Salomon. conjuro te N. Ie Fils et Ie Saint-Esprit. v. Text begins ''Je te conjure et invoque.. 12-15. Text begins: "Quid tardatis. 22. XVII . Text begins "Les soixante-douze sacres noms de Dieu.P. honor." pg. VII. ..L. quid [. .. Ansi soit-il.. Apres ces conjurations. VI. Text begins: "Seigneur on a recours avotre vertuj Seigneur.-Esprit: Alerte. G. 2lsid. Emmanuel [. ]" pp. XIII. . ] "pp. X. 24. Conjuration au roi de 1'0rient. Ce qu 'il faut dire en composant les cercles. A. Conjuration au roi du Midi. redempteur des hommes. Trinitas. ]" pg. de la part du grand Dieu Adonay [. Conjuration au Roi du Septentrion...Bamulha[. VIII.. et du Fils. Sother. Renvoi. 25.je te conjure et invoque par les tres-hauts et saints noms de Dieu [. xx.Bdm. Conjuration au roi d'Occident. gloria benedieto sit sedenti super thronum et viventi in secula secloium. ~a. Text begins "0 Eg. "pg. D. ]" (and goes on to name the following spirits. ardud & acorib.) pg. IV....I 2. Text begins: "Je te conjure.. . ]"pp. ftladlld.. Livrem d'etre utile et profitable a tous ceux qui te hront [?] pour Ia reussite de leurs affaires [. grand roi du Midi.. 15-18..sid. ]" pp. il faut montrer Ie Pantack de Salomon prononfant ce qui suit. 'Rosus. ]" (and goes on to name the following spirits. 21. 27.. tnassal!d. de recevoir ce livre en bonne part [. ]" pp.) pp.2I-22. . Messias.. vous ordonnerez d'apposer Ie cachet. XIV.. Text begins: "Au nom du Pere. Text follows: "Ite in pace ad Ioca vestra et pax sit inter vos. Pour les renvuyer. et Filii. Aet. 23.. L. ~tid.2 5. per Deum vivum. 22. Conjuration du livre. Amen. XVI. Text begins ''Jesus-Christ.F. Amen. et vos parati sitis venire vocati. Esprits. et te fais commandement. tous et autant que vous etes. obedite prteceptori vestro [. ]" pp. 7.. XII. 29. fils du Dieu vivant [. per Deum verum.. ] (and goes on to name the following spirits. qui etant l'agneau sans tache. II faut dire ce qui suit avant Ie signe du Livre. Text begins: ''Je vous conjure et ordonne. Q. 1518.28. Ie Pere. 6 puissant Magoa [. confimez cet ouvrage.] (and goes on to name the following spirits.. 25.) pg. XIX.:fadlll. Text begins 0 Roi Bayemon! [. In nomine Patris..26. 1:aaool.2 4' Conjuration des demons. XVIII. ] "pp. per Deumsanctumetregnantem [.. 2 2. Conjuration universal/e. . XI. 29.

Text begins "Je te conjure Frimost. 1-74. I.. Text begins "Je te conjure.. .]"pg.. XXXII. Conjuration tres-forte pour tour les jours et a toute huere. Lucifer... Conjuration. 192~ Italian translation of 1760 French edition. Conjuration. Text begins ''Je te conjure.]" pg.. mechant esprit.1924 . tant de jour que de nuit. TITLE p. XXIX. par les paroles et venus de Dieu [. Sikharde. Pour Ie vendredi a Bechard. xxv. ou en quelque partie du monde [. demons... par Ie Dieu vrai [. par I'image et ressembfance de J. XXVII. pour les tresors caches [. ~chid. 37-38. ]" pg. . 37.75.) pp. C. XXXIII.37. Text begins "Cette Contents: No quarter-title. XXIV. Bechard [. Conjuration. Pour Ie mardi a Frimost. 30-34. 42. ] »pp. Biblioteca di Scienze Occu1te I n Grimorio I di I Papa Onorio ill I [single rule] I Tratto dalla edizione di Roma I del 1760 I [single rule] I Con 23 riproduzioni di pentacoli I sigilli ecerchim magici I [kaballistic device] I ALBERTO FIDI . dupuis onze heuresjusqu'a une [. par lesquels tu peux etre contraint et lie [. dupuis onze heuresjusqu 'a douze [···]"PP· 40 -41. 38-39. ] " pp. xxxv. notre Seigneur [. XXXI.. ]"pg. 34. 102-104. Text begins ''Je te conjure. Conjuration.. Text begi?s "Pour Ie lundi aLucifer. Pour Ie Dimanche a Surgat. XXXIV.. ]" pp. 29 I . ]"pg. [···]"PP·39-40. Text begins "Cette experience se fait la nuit. 43- 47· BI. dupuis dix hueresjusqu 'a onze [.]" pg. dupuis neufheures jusqu 'a dix [···]"pg·3 6.Vis Paolo da Cannobio. Conjuration du Lundi a Lucifer. Text begins "Cette experience se fait la nuit. 42.. Text begins ''Je te conjure. dupuis neufheuresjusqu 'a quatre [. pp. Text begins "Je te conjure.DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE 'Ramat.. XXVIII. &c. Text begins "Cette experience se fait fa nuit.. qui risidez en ces lieux. Pour Ie mercredi a Silcharde. Text begins "Je te conjure. . TABLE 102-104APPENDICES 107-115. 34-36. ~Qmchid. XXIII. Conjuration.] "pg. 39. 41.. XXI.... dupuis neufheuresjusqu 'a douze experience se fait la nuit. par Ie Dieu vivant.I Collation: (5 1/8 X 8 3/8) 52 leaves. 40.. 36. XXVI. Text begins "Cette experience se fait la nuit. ]" pp. Conjuration pour chaque jour de la semaine. XXII.. 116-123. Pour Ie Samedi a Guland. Pour Ie mercredi a Astaroth. Surgat par tour les noms eents dans ce livre [... Astaroth. ] Text begins ''Je vour commande.. .100. Cette experience se fait souvent depuis onze heures jesqu 'a [. Guland [.] " pp. Text begins "Cette experience se fait fa nuit. Conjuration.EDITORE I Milano . et te commande par tour les noms. xxx.

Binding: Black boards. One illustration. H2. Inside the . 13 8. The bottom line of the text given in within the seal appears to read 'Wto<. Contents: TITLE p.nto< n. :" set within the two rings. pp. There are a few minor differences in the illustrations given than those in the original edition. 3. Below the two circles is the Hebrew inscription " ' " . French reprint of 1670 edition. White end-papers. It is given upside down and presents two circles with double rings.mto<n. the original copyist or typesetting mistakes in the Latin are repeated here. 62137. The inscription in and around" secthe ond circle is too corrupt to be fully elucidated. n:Jt:l:J'." [within ornate border:] GREMOIRE I DV PAPE HONORIVS I AVEC VN RECVEIL I DES PLVS RARES I SECRETS I [kaballisticdevice] I AROME I [single rule] I MLXLXX [sic] I Collation: (4 1/8 x 7 1116) 74 leaves. circle is a kamea. although the text has been reset.n. not present in the 1670 edition. n. is facing page 34. Notes: This appears to be a verbatim reprint of the original 1670 edition. 1978. : .DER GROSS GRIMOIR DES PAPIS HONORIUS EXAMINATION OF EDITIONS OF THE GRIMOIRE Binding: Black cloth. arranged vertically within a double-ruled border. Brown end-papers. all edges uncut.' in a cipher form of Hebrew.144. Notes: Appears to be a direct translation of the 1760 French edition. 1-61. The top circle has the Hebrew phrase "'::I. TABLE 138-144. apparently based on the root Hebrew "n1i1'''. all edges cut.

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