THE SIXTH AND SEVENTH. BOOKS OF MOSES. THE MYSTERY OF ALL MYSTERIES. The Citation on All Sp The sixth and seventh books of Moses the. callod Sixth and Soronth Books of Mosen, wbich have for several con- tario attraotod tains to the Sixth And Seventh Book of Moses, as follows: Adonai, E EI. Free PDF, epub, Kindle ebook. By Johann Scheibel. The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses is an 18th- or 19th-century magical text allegedly written by Moses.
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Historian Owen Davies traces copies of the work from the 18th century in Germany. One of the earliest American grimoires is John George Hohman 's Pow-Wows; or, Long Lost Friend , a collection of magical spells originally published in for Pennsylvania Dutch spiritualists known as "hexmeisters". The growth of inexpensive paperback publication in the 19th century, like those of Chicago occult publisher L.
Its prominence as a source of popular rural Pennsylvanian  and Appalachian " folk magic " spells has been recorded as late as the midth century.
From through , the folklorist Harry Middleton Hyatt interviewed 1, African American Christian root doctors and home practitioners of hoodoo , and many of them made reference to using this book and other seal-bearing grimoires of the era, such as the Key of Solomon. When Hyatt asked his informants where such books were downloadd, he was told that they could be had by mail order from hoodoo suppliers in Chicago, Memphis, or Baltimore. It served as a source for "Christian Magic", both by West African spiritualist Christian cults and "assimilated" Africans.
In colonial Gold Coast and Nigeria , it was seen as a "western" form of magic that might be used by educated Africans seeking access to Britain or its power, much like Masonic ritual or Rosicrucianism. The Nigerian press in the s regularly featured advertisements for copies of The Sixth and Seventh Books and other Christian occult books. These works attempt to paint a portrait of secret knowledge which Moses was given by God, and then handed down father to son until King Solomon , when it was handed to Priests, and finally, Talmudic scholars.
In Christian circles, the text appealed to the same authority as did Biblical apocrypha : Biblical texts outside the current Biblical canon. Containing numerous allegedly magical spells used to summon spirits to do the will of the conjurer, the books are attributed to works in which Moses sets forth the magic which enabled him to defeat the magicians of Egypt, part the Red Sea , and perform the acts attributed to him in the Old Testament.
Most texts are reputed to be Hebrew, passed to the editors through European Talmudic scholars or Christian Medieval ecclesiastics who were privy to secret Biblical texts. Some of the texts are allegedly translated from a text written by Canaanite magicians and keepers of the Samaritan Pentateuch in the "Cuthan-Samaritan language", a language considered extinct since the 12th century.
No complete manuscripts older than Scheible's printing are extant, and the claimed origin must be regarded pseudepigraphic and spurious. In the edition, for instance, "the Sixth Book of Moses" and "the Seventh Book of Moses" run only from page 6 to 28, making up 23 of the pages. Hear also the voice of thy God wherewith I give thee the seven seals and twelve tables. Schem, Schel, Hamforach, that the angels and spirits may always yield obedient service to thee, when thou callest upon them and citest them by these seven seals and twelve tables of my omnioptence; and hereunto thou shalt also have herewith a knowledge of the highest mysteries.
Therefore, thou, my faithful friend, dear Moses, take thou the power and high might of thy God. Through my Seals and Tables.
This the conjuror must name. The particularly great secret and special use of this seal is that if this seal is buried in the earth, where treasures exist, they will come to the surface of themselves, without any presence during a full moon.
The special secret of this seal is that if a man carries this Seal with him, it will bring him great fortune and blessing; it is therefore called the truest and highest Seal of Fortune. Seal of the Ministering Throne Angels. Appear before me, N. The special secret of this Throne is that by carrying this Seal with you will cause you to be very agreeable and much beloved, and will also defeat all your enemies.
The special secret of this Seal is that to carry this Seal upon the body will save a person from all misery, and give the greatest fortune and long life. This must be named by the conjuror.
The special secret of this Seal is that if this Seal be laid upon the sick in full, true faith, it will restore him, if he has not lived the full number of his days.
Therefore, it is called the Seal of Power. Fiat, Fiat, Fiat. This is the mystery or Seal of the Might-Angels. The peculiar Arcanum of this Seal of the Mighty is that if a man wears this seal in bed, he will learn what he desires to know through dreams and visions. Seal of the Angels of the Seven Planets and Spirits. This Seal, when laid upon the treasure earth, or when placed within the works of a mine, will reveal all the precious contents of the mine.
Translated for the first time from the Cuthan-Samaritan Language into English.
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To carry upon the person the First Table of the Spirits of the Air, who areas quick as thought to help, will relieve the wearer from all necessity. The Third Table brings great fortune by water, and its spirits will amply supply the treasures of the deep. This Fourth Table will give the treasures of the earth, if it be laid in the earth. Its spirits will give the treasures of the earth at all times.
The Spirits of the Fifth Table of Saturn will serve in everything according to wish.
Their Table will bring good luck in play games of chance. Fiat, fiat, fiat. The Sixth Table of Jupiter assists in overcoming lawsuits, disputes, and in winning at play or games of chance. Their spirits are at all times ready to render assistance. The Seventh Seal of Mars brings good fortune. In case of quarrels the Spirits of Mars will help you. The Eighth Table of the Spirits of the Sun will help attain honor and wealth, and they also give gold and treasure.
Thus truly in and through the name of Esercheije, which Moses named, and upon which followed hail, the like of which was not known since the beginning of the world. The Ninth Table of the Spirits of Venus makes one beloved in all respects and makes secrets known through dreams. Its spirits also assist liberally in all kinds of business. These spirits contribute treasures of the mines. The Eleventh Table gives good luck and fortune.
Its spirits give the treasures of the sea. This Twelfth Table when laid upon the Table or Seal of the Spirits will compel them to appear immediately, and to serve in all things.
At the time of Citation, it must be written on parchment and held in the right hand, but it must not be read. Extract from the Magical Kabala The Citation-Formulas contained in this book must only be pronounced in the Hebrew language, and in no other. In any other language they have no power whatever, and the Master can never be sure of their effects.
For all these words and forms were thus pronounced by the Great Spirit, and have power only in the Hebrew language. The Words of the Breastplate and the Helmet pronounced mean Holiness. Through this, God spoke to Moses. They are names of the Creator and the characters on the Ark of the Covenant. They signify: "The Lord appeared to his servant in the fire, to seal the earth in its four quarters, and the nether earth.
They cannot be translated on account of the Hebrew characters. The first cannot be uttered and was used by the first inhabitants of earth as a mighty lord. The whole is good, but not everyone can obtain it in perfection without severe discipline.
It is terrible. To these He has given this, who will not forget Him in the pleasures of this world, who, still bearing suffering without forgetting the reality, nor the perishing lustre of the world. At this time, a halo of light will surround you, and when you become aware of this light, fall upon your knees and worship.
Then say in an audible voice the words inscribed in the following seal. You must speak slowly and distinctly. SINCE the Oriental transcript of this work was imperfect in many parts, the translation of it had to be taken according to the great original book, on account of the purity of its text, and, therefore, it won for itself the advantage of understanding and completing the exercises with serenity and confidence.
The translator, in the meantime believes, that no one, who feels honestly called to these things, can ever be made the subject of ill-fortune, or be deceived by the wiles and deceptions of the old serpent, the inevitable fate that will and must fall to his lot under any other exorcisms, and that he may cheerfully and safely move thence.
They were termed sorcerers because they taught in Cutha, their original place of abode, and afterward in Samaria, the Kabala or Higher Magic Book of Kings. Caspar, Melchior and Balthazar, the chosen archpriests, are shining lights among the Eastern magicians. They were kings and teachers--the first priest-teachers of this glorious knowledge--and from these Samaritans-Cuthans, who were called Nergal according to the traditions of the Talmud, originated the Gypsies, who, through degeneracy, lost the consecration of their primordial powers.
Before you can enter the temple of consecrated light, you must purify your soul and body during thirteen days. As a brother and disciple of the new covenant, or as a Christian, you must receive the Holy Sacrament for the glorification of the three kings--Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar. Three holy masses must be read as often as you make use of this book in your priestly service with your intention fixed upon the three glorified kings.
You must provide yourself with a ram's horn, wherewith to call together the angels and spirits. This horn must be included in your intentions of the holy mass. You must wear a breastplate of parchment, ten inches high and ten inches wide, inscribed with the names of the twelve apostles with the five-fold name of Schemhamforasch, in the same order that it is placed on the last leaf.
You must draw a circle around you upon white paper, or upon sky blue silk. Its circumference shall be thirteen feet, and at the distance of each foot, one of the following names must be written: Moseh, Messias, Aaron, Jehova, Adoni, Jesus, Christus, Caspar, Melchior, Balthasar.
Between each name you must place the holy symbol of Horet:. The breastplate must be included in the intention of the holy mass.