Collection of 5 ancient Arabic magick manuscripts. Manuscript One in the collection deals with the al-Jaljalutia Conjuration. This is an ancient and well established conjuration of ancient Arabic magical tradition. Manuscript Two is an old manuscript fragment containing a collection of prayers, talismans, and magical applications. Manuscript Three provides elaborations on the magical seal of Imam Ahmad al-Ghazzali, created by an elder known as Sharfu al-Dayeen. Manuscript Four is a very rare and important manuscript attributed to the sage Plato. It opens up with an ancient magical script and then delves into talismanic, angelic, and numerological mysteries. Manuscript Five is a medieval manuscript from the time of Islamic Spain and Portugal. It provides a complete account of King Solomon's discourse concerning 72 evil jinn, their afflictions, locations, harm and methods for treating humans injured by them and techniques for their exorcism.
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