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Next to Oberon, Grand Key looked very cheap with its tacky cover art, plastic binding, giant typeface and strangely .

Next to Oberon, Grand Key looked very cheap with its tacky cover art, plastic binding, giant typeface and strangely chosen pixelated "aged" effect on the pages. If one were to "judge a book by its cover" I'd have expected it to cost less than half what I paid. i love this book because it show you how to bound your own djinn and king solomon and som much more!it has impacted my life and i have tried things from this book with success. when considering this book it will tell you also reading from this book will make you see things that are not there thats how strong this book.

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Pseudo Asaph Berechiah. He is no other than Asaph Ben Berechiah, the Vizier of King Solomon himself

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The enchanting tales of 1001 Arabian Nights and the mysterious magical societies of the Moors share a legendary figure. He is no other than Asaph Ben Berechiah, the Vizier of King Solomon himself. According to Islamic tradition, this Arabian Merlin bested a djinn in a magical contest, teleporting Queen Sheeba's throne in the blink of an eye, using his knowledge of the Great Name. Through the ages masters of the forbidden art of djinn evocation have shared with their disciples in secrecy an extensive oral tradition of rituals, incantations, and magical implements belonging to Asaph Ben Berechiah. Fragments of these arcane mysteries could be found in the writing of master occultists from the Middle Ages, the likes of Ahmed al-Buni. Few and far between, many have treasured what little fragments of this oral tradition could be found. There were also whispers of a grimoire compiled by an anonymous Arabian wizard brimming with secrets of the magic of Asaph Ben Berechiah. Known only as Ajnas, its reputation grew, but few possessed it. It has resurfaced in recent years and remains one of the most popular guides to angelic and djinn evocation in the land of the Arabian nights. O seeker of the art of the masters, you needn't wait centuries for this important grimoire to be available in English as has happened with Ghayat al-Hakim (Picatrix). Right now, you are beholding an accurate and complete translation of Ajnas waiting for its secrets to be unlocked by the disciples of today and the masters of tomorrow. "Heth Heth Sharet Maret Aeeret Ayolet"

Comments: (5)

Livina
I would have to say that as a grimoire it works out well enough. The layout is relatively easy to deal with. However the manner in which the conjurations are written are less then pleasing. Leaving holes and gaps in the conjuration such to the like where the author intentionally leaves key parts out. More time then is having to track down the Arabic translations, as it is not a clear distinction of which names, words and various summons are supposed to maintain their origin dialect, and which ones the author has made English.

Much to the grimoire tradition these passages do some justice as to the origin of certain conjurations and exorcisms, it takes the reader some time to piece together the usable bits of information out of this work. Addressing to the same potency of some works contained there-in it hints at other paths then just the Allah singularity. However if you wanted to have a how to make use of the Koran in the most effective ways possible against the natural spirits I suppose this work is alright to do that.

I give it 3 stars as it will likely sit on my shelf for it lacks the finished information which it promises in its sales Description. It would have earned 4 if the work was complete, 5 if the translation in the text was clearly distinct from the Arabic and English versions, offering both up to the reader. If you want a project to tinker with, rebuilding, and rewriting like the Necronomicon of Simon, then this is the sort of book for you. Its expensive for what it is, at least the cover holds up well to dust.
Daigami
I happened to buy this book at the same time as The Book of Oberon: A Sourcebook of Elizabethan Magic, which was similarly priced -- and yet, the production values between the two were quite different. Next to Oberon, Grand Key looked very cheap with its tacky cover art, plastic binding, giant typeface and strangely chosen pixelated "aged" effect on the pages. If one were to "judge a book by its cover" I'd have expected it to cost less than half what I paid.

I can't really say anything about whether the magic in this book "works" or not and I don't really intend to try it, I just bought it in order to study the Arabic variants on the Goetic/Solomonic tradition versus the European texts. You can see things like versions of planetary seals that have common characteristics to the versions from The Magus and others, there's a version of the Almadel, and so forth. The translation seems sound enough, I didn't see anything that stuck out as bizarre with it. All in all I am happy with the book.
Hulis
Let me begin by saying that there is value to this book merely because of the fact that it IS a translation of the Arabic Solomonic work Al-Ajnas by Berechiah. In that respect, it's very interesting and groundbreaking to now have translations being made from what is a vast trove of Arabic occult material whose elements, such as the Picatrix, inspired so much of our Western occult tradition. This, after all, is why I was eager to buy it. It does fulfill this in that it includes Arabic names of all the familiar (and some unfamiliar) Solomonic angelic and demonic hierarchy and is very much apparently an accurate translation of a never before seen work in English. With that said, however, I must express my extreme disappointment as to the tackiness of how it was presented, which suggests a sense of slight regard for the material and the tradition at hand. The pages of the book are printed with the downright cheesiest "weathered" pattern, full of pixellation and so much black smear, which serves to make the black and white pages look like cheap newsprint. It's like when you make a treasure map as a kid with plain typing paper and then take a cigarette lighter to burn the edges to make it look "old". All of this not only reduces the aesthetic appeal of the book, but also its academic and even spiritual appeal, as its effect smacks of the mass produced paperback Simon Necronomicon, and serves to class it at that level. When compared with similarly priced hardcover editions of other classic Solomonic works, such as those by Skinner and Peterson, this book really pales as an investment. If you're interested in seeing this as an example of Arabic occultism in the Solomonic tradition, it's far more worth it to find pdf or etext versions of Ajnas online than to invest in a physical version with this kind of appearance.
Redfury
i love this book because it show you how to bound your own djinn and king solomon and som much more!it has impacted my life and i have tried things from this book with success.when considering this book it will tell you also reading from this book will make you see things that are not there thats how strong this book is!! it should compare to angel,high and low magic!!

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Grand Key of Solomon the King: Ancient Handbook of Angel Magic and Djinn Summoning download epub
New Age & Spirituality
Author: Pseudo Asaph Berechiah
ISBN: 1926667115
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
Language: English
Publisher: Ishtar Publishing (November 27, 2009)
Pages: 222 pages