Forthcoming: The Grimoire of Arthur Gauntlet

Soon to be released from Avalonia:

This remarkable work is a complete book of practice of a London Cunningman in the 17th century which includes amongst its diverse contents numerous charms and conjurations for dealing with spirits to heal, help and protect. This book demonstrates the eclectic nature of British Cunning-folk practices, with extracts from a number of major grimoires and earlier works contained within it, including the Heptameron, the Arbatel, the Discoverie of Witchcraft and the works of Cornelius Agrippa and William Bacon.

Published in: on October 3, 2010 at 10:44 pm  Comments (5)  

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  1. Re: William Bacon -> Sloane Ms. 3846 “Experimenta magica”

    • Good catch. Let me edit that.

  2. Greetings Mr Harms. I am a new publisher creating some things you might find interesting. I’ve been enjoying your work, The Necronomicon Files, and your audio interviews. I’d like to send you some of the works of Viatorium Press for your perusal, and hopefully enjoyment. Please visit my press blog: http://www.viatoriumpress.blogspot.com and let me know what you think.

  3. Does the Grimoire of Arthur Gauntlet include a rendering of the Seal of Secrets found in the Arbatel? If so, does it include an explanation of how he used the Seal in his workings? With thanks in advance, Susanne

    • Susanne,

      That’s a good question for Avalonia, I think.


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