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Added John Harries' Book of Incantations, a 19th century notebook of a practicing cunning man.
A reflection on some inadvisible love spells is up on my personal blog.
Images are going up all over grimoire.org. Keep your eyes open, and have patience, as I put up sigils, illustrations, and scans of manuscripts.
Added Clavis Inferni, an illustrated 18th century demonic text.
I wrote an introductory overview to the use of bird tongues in 18th and 19th century spells on my personal blog.
There's a fancy map which you can interact with on the homepage, as well as on its own dedicated page.
Added Romanus-Büchlein, an 18th century German spellbook, along with 73 spells that appear in the text.
The Spells list page can now be sorted by either outcome or grimoire.
Added the Cambridge Book of Magic, along with some of the spells it shares with other grimoires. Unfortunately, I don't have access to the full text; if you'd like to see more, consider supporting my research.
Added The Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus, along with the first 217 of the numerous spells it includes.
Added a table of spells that appear in multiple grimoires.
Identified six spells found in other grimoires that appear in Petit Albert. A complete list of spells awaits translation.
Added a timeline page that can be filtered based on the type of data shown.
The Key of Solomon now has an index of spells and demons that appear in the grimoire.
List of talismans described in the Black Pullet.
Spells appearing in the Grimorium Verum now indexed, with full text where available.