The Magus (Grimoire)

Francis Barret's The Magus is a compilation of magic, alchemy, and accounts of historical magical adepts, which copies extensively from Agrippa's The Books of Occult Philosophy, The Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy, and the Heptameron.

It is a foundation text of the occult revival, and is thought to have influenced the work of later occultists such as Eliphas Levi.

The list of angels provided here is currently incomplete.

This grimoire describes the magic object Pentacle of Solomon

This grimoire draws upon the grimoires Three Books of Occult Philosophy Heptameron Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy The Art of Drawing Spirits into Crystals

This grimoire mentions the creatures Pygmie Satyr Basilisk

Timeline of related events

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1496

Publication of the Heptameron (this grimoire draws upon Heptameron)

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1531

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

1559

Publication of The Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy (this grimoire draws upon Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy)

1600

1700