The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses (Grimoire)

This grimoire is an important text of folk magic from the German tradition. It was first published by Johann Scheible in Germany in 1849, and in New York in 1880, although versions circulated in Western Europe in pamphlet form as early as the 18th century.

The magical practices Pennsylvania Dutch Hoodoo draws upon this grimoire.

This grimoire excerpts the grimoires Heptameron Sefer Raziel HaMalakh Three Books of Occult Philosophy

The grimoire Arbatel of Magic influenced this grimoire.

This grimoire is in the tradition of Cyprian

Johann Scheible published this grimoire.

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Publication of the Heptameron (this grimoire excerpts Heptameron)

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Publication of Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy (this grimoire excerpts Three Books of Occult Philosophy)

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Publication of the Arbatel of Magic (influenced this grimoire)

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

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