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PostPosted: Sat May 15, 2004 4:52 pm
by John J. Coughlin
From http://www.levity.com/alchemy/raziel.html

British Library MS. Sloane 3826.
101 folios.
1. ff1-57 Liber Salomonis, called Sepher Raziel, containing Seven
Treatises.
<ol>
<li>The first is said Clavis for that in it is determined of Astronomy
and of the starres for without them we may do nothing.
<li>The second is said Ala for that in it is determined of the vertues
of some stones, of herbs and of beasts.
<li>The third is said Tractatus Thymiamatus for that there is determined
in it of Suffumigations and of allagacions of them and divisions.
<li>The fourth is said the Treatise of tymes and the heere of the day
and of the night for that in it is determined when any thing ought to be done
by this booke.
<li>The fifth is said the Treatise of Cleanesse for that there is
determined in it of Abstinence.
<li>The sixth is said Samaim for in that treatise it nameth all the
heavens and her angels and the operations of working of them.
<li>The seventh is the booke of virtues for that there is deternined in
it of vertues and miracles for there be tolde the propertyes of the arte of
magicke and of his figures and of the ordinances of the same.
</ol>
2. ff58-65 The rule of the booke of Consecration or the manner of working
with some orisions.
3. ff65-83 Magical Directions.
4. ff84-97 Liber Lunae.
5. ff98-101 The Invocation

PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2004 8:54 pm
by John J. Coughlin
From http://www.esotericarchives.com/juratus/juratus.htm

Sloane 3826 (fol. 58-83) 16th century. Excerpts from Liber Juratus. The catalog of angels found in Royal MS 17Axlii also has parallels in Sloane 3826