The Book of Oberon (Grimoire)

The Book of Oberon is a grimoire written in three hands that represents the work of practicing magicians copying from grimoires and recording their spells and experimentation.

The text is long and often internally inconsistent, which makes sense for a working collection of experiments and research, but lavishly illustrated and notable for its inclusion of fairies such as Oberion (best known as Shakespeare's Oberon from A Midsummer Night's Dream).

The list of contents provided here are all currently incomplete.

This grimoire calls for the magic object Seal of Solomon

This grimoire excerpts the grimoire Arbatel of Magic

This grimoire references the grimoires Heptameron Sefer Raziel HaMalakh

The book Du fait de guerre shares illustrations with this grimoire.

Timeline of related events

1400

1496

Publication of the Heptameron (this grimoire references Heptameron)

1500

1563

First known appearance of The Book of the Office of Spirits (this grimoire includes The Book of the Office of Spirits)

1575

Publication of the Arbatel of Magic (this grimoire excerpts Arbatel of Magic)

1600

1655

Robert Turner's English translation of Arbatel (this grimoire excerpts Arbatel of Magic)

1700

1701

Publication of The Book of Raziel (this grimoire references Sefer Raziel HaMalakh)