As part of our work on The Book of Oberon, the team prepared a transcript of the original Elizabethan handwriting of Folger MS. V.b.26. Later on, we went through and modernized the spelling, added illustrations, and inserted footnotes, chapter headers and other critical apparati to make the published book.
Now, Joe Peterson has gone through the hard work of posting the document on the Esoteric Archives website. If you want to get a taste of the language or a preview of what’s to come in the published version, I highly encourage you to check it out. If nothing else, it should give you an idea of the colossal scope of the project and its significance to the study of Renaissance magic.