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Term: The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage

DEFINITION:
Although often linked with other grimoires, the principal upon which the text is based is that all material happiness can only come from spiritual evolution. The text is divided into three books. The first is an autobiography of the author—a man who calls himself Abraham the Jew. The second book has the instructions for the sacred magick given to Abraham by Abramelin. It involves six months of purifications after which an Angel will appear and bond with the aspirant. The third book is a collection of magick-square talismans.
SOURCE:  Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, by Aaron Leitch
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