Liber Juratus or. The Sworne Booke of Honorius. [1r] when wycked sprites ware . book which we do call The Sacred or Sworn. Book for this cause, for in it is. As the title testifies, students were sworn to secrecy before being given access to this magic text, and only a few manuscripts have survived. Bits of its teachings. Sworn Book of Honorius – LIBER JURATUS HONORII. Text, translation and commentary by Professor Joseph Peterson. Available in two formats. This edition is.
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Sworn Book of Honorius – LIBER JURATUS HONORII
The names of the angells that be mighty and more mighty in the first monethe which is sayde nysan, be these. In parte meredei, et terrae, sunt algalya, almea, et tyryaca. This is of course the letter name of God on the Seal of God. Et tamen non tres dii: And so is the Seal of God perfect. If there cannot be found an able and a sufficient man to whom this booke might be delivered, libee then the master bind his executors by a strong oath to bury it with him in his grave, or else he shall himself while he lives bury it himself in some place honestly and cleanly, and never after to reveal the place by any circumstances to any creature, and If the master shall have nide of any scholars or will prove them any manner of ways that for to fulfill gook commandments if need be, they shall even suffer death rather than they will declare either the sayings or doings of their master, or that he knows any such things, nor declares any such thing by any man of circumstances.
Here recite your petition — if for the Divine vision, say as follows: Put forth thy hand and touch libber mouth, and make it as a sharp sword, to pronounce these holy words, and make my tongue like a chosen shaft to pronounce and tell out thy marvels and wonders, and also to retain them in my memory.
We ask you, Ymos, through your most holy angels, who are Michaeli. They jump directly to the Orations]Thimiamate for the satter daye is all good things and Thimmiamate for Saturday is all good things andwell smelling roottes as ys costus?
Sworn Book Of Honorius
Of the constrinksyon of spirits by words,wordes, Glorify me, O lord, for in thee do I put myself to be glorified. Hosannah in the highest,” which to be Lord over mankind camest out of Heaven down to the Earth.
Now that ye be taught to come to the sight of the Deity, and of the knowledge of the Divine Power, of washing away of your sins, and of establishing of yourself that ye fall not into mortal sin, and of the redemption of three souls out of purgatory, now will we treat of purgatory. He that shall work must be willing in his work and utterly cleansed from all filthiness, for the more he suffereth the more he shall obtain, for if our superior, that is to say Christ, would suffer for his subjectes and inferiors because he would glorify them in his sight, much more ought the inferior suffer for himself, that he may please his Lord.
Compare Heptameronconsiderations for Saturdaywhich may be derivative on which, see GH, pp. Recita petitionem sed per deitae dic vt sequitr. Of the purging of the air, This begins a series of eight prayers called “termini” ends or goalsa description taken over from Ars Notoriaa. Equalis patri secundum diuinitatem: Then of them he shall make a place wherein the circle shall be drawn, and this place shall thus be fashioned: Harith, Iesse, Ryon, Nesaph, Naadobthey may be compelled to serve, or they rest,] 1 and their bodies are of a mean stature.
But when you ask for science or knowledge, or to be saved from evils, or for the knowledge of the heavens and angels and their seals, or such things, then must ye do as is aforesaid, of “lameht ragna” [XXVIII] and this prayer hath the same efficacy and strength that “lameht ragna” hath, and somewhat more special, or that is better, except it be in case that you will ask of the celestial spirits any great or hard thing, as to come down and speak to a man, or else to constrain the spirits of the air or of the earth, to come and obey you.
Take of the said confection, and make a fumigation about the sepulchers, and visiosee visyons in the ayer, take of the sayd conffeccion of the dead shall and will appear. Solomon, making a distinction upon the days and planets of the spice with which a man ought to make thimiamate, said that of Saturn is each good root in good and evil, of Jupiter all fruits, of Mars each tree, of Sol each gum, of Mercury each rind, of Venus each flower and odoriforus herb, of the Moon each leaf.
For thlorde, lett not his apparryll be filthe but rather new, or poor men do sooner work effectually in this art thaelles very cleane waschyd, salomon meanithe here by the rich men. Lighten my mind and gird my loins with strong stability, and piety into my right hand the staff of comfort, and let me be washed among them that shall be washed with thy drops, and direct my mind into thy holiness, and confirm my spirit with the work of thy hands, that all vices and filthiness of sin being rooted out of me, I may strongly prevail in the love of thy mercies.
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Other there be which be called Mercurians, which be these: Samael, yatayell, baranyell, oryell, arfanyel, tatgryel, danael, affaryell, pactryell, baell, byenyell. For as Solomon says, “It is better to abide with a bear or a lion in their den than to be in a house with a wicked woman. This prayer appears in the Book of Hours and other medieval collections of prayers.
The book is one of the oldest existing medieval grimoires, as well as one of the most influential. This doone Go home to thy Howse and begin thy worke after th- ys soorte I beg and entreat you, O most holy one, that you, being one with the Father, will illuminate my soul with the ray of your most Holy Spirit, Here recite your petition; if for the divine vision, say as follows: Then in that small space which is enclosed between the first angle of the second heptagon and the second angle of the same, and the first side swron the third heptagon, and the part touching those angles of the circle, draw a single cross in the middle, namely in that space.
The manner of consecrating of this holy seal ought thus to be as followeth. Iskiros, Kyrios, Gelon, Hel,messyas. It was developed from a sample of a German manuscript dating from Thimiamate for Friday is o, roses, violets, and all other fruits or flowers of good odor, as crocus and such like.
Thow lorde which dost nott by and by cond- empne the sinner but thorow the mrrcy doest abyde his repentance, i onworthy syn- ner doo be siche the o lorde that jruatus wilte wype aw- ay all my synns and wickednes and utterly quenche in me all instigatyons.
Et tamen non tres omnipotentes: Garnish my soul, O Lord, that I may see thy face and hear thy glory and praise.
O good Jesus Christ, for yourAmen. Continuation of Ars Not.
Liber Juratus Honorii, or the Sworn Book of Honorius
Put to this the brains oeygell and the bloude of an whytte coke suche eagle and the blood of an white cock, such quantitquantite as yt may be [16r] verie odiferus as before it may be very boo as before said. Pion, Nargeron, Aaron, Selyypon, Pinmibron,muryon.
So it has pleased the creator.