The Great Grimoire of Pope Honorius III by Pope Honorius III
The Great Grimoire of Pope Honorius III Pope Honorius III ebook
Publisher: Trident Books
ISBN: 1879000091, 9781879000094
The Red Book Of Appin by Medieval Grimoires. The Grimoire of Honorius was credited to Pope Honorius III, who succeeded Pope Innocent… more. The book can be classified as a "Solomonic Grimoire" due to its heavy use of angelic powers and seals like those found in The Greater Key of Solomon. Crossed keys is a chimeric binding of both The Black Dragon and the Enchiridion of Pope Leo III in a fresh translation by grimoire magician Michael Cecchetelli. He may have been Pope Honorius III (1148-1227). Shop The Great Grimoire of Pope Honorius III: Pope Honorius III This edition is as complete as is possible and represents the most reliable presentation of this famous grimoire ever published. Honorius of Thebes is believed to have written something now referred to as the “Sworn Book of Honorius,” from which the Grand Grimoire was derived, or which is, in fact, the Grand Grimoire itself. Even a crusading 13th-century Catholic pope - Pope Honorius III had a grimoire with an evil reputation named after him - The Grimoire du pape Honorius . The theory claims that Honorius A great deal of so-called copies are in circulation around the world, but none of these, the conspiracy theory claims, contains the true words of the actual Grimoire. They are complementary grimoires, The Black Dragon draws heavily on the 1760 (1810) Grimoire of Honorius, which is significantly different to the 1670 edition and the earlier 13th century Sworn Book of Honorius (Liber Juratus) which is an ancestor in title alone. Though its first date of publication is the 17th century (1629, according to Butler's Ritual Magic), the grimoire is supposed to be the work of Pope Honorius III, a rather orthodox fellow who died in 1227.