Theurgia Goetia – The Second Book of the Lemegeton
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Lemegeton: Clavicula Salomonis
Here Beginneth The Second Book called the Art Theurgia Goetia
of Solomon the King
In this following treatise you have the names of the Chief Spirits with several of the
Ministring Spirits that are under them, with their Seals or charactors which are to be
worn as a Lamen on your breast, for without that the Spirit that has appeared will
not obey to do your will.
The office of these Spirits is all one, for what one can do the others can do the
same, they can show & discover all things that are hidden, and done in the world &
can fetch & carry & do any thing that is to be done or contained in any of the 4 Ele-
ments, Fire, Air, Earth or Water, & also the secrets of Kings or any other persons or
person, let it be in what kind it will.
These are by nature good & evil, that is the one part is good & the other part is
Evil, they are governed by their Princes, & each Prince hath his abode in the points
of the Compass, as is showed in the following figure, therefore when you have a
desire to call any of the Princes or any of their servants, you are to direct your self
towards that point of the Compass the King or Prince has his mansion or place of
Abode, & y