Sword of Moses (originaly SEPHER REZIAL HEMELAK - The e-book of the Angel Rezial) - infrequent nineteenth century version was once published in Yozefof in 1873, it's a tall hardback with a stunning fresh tremendous binding, leather-based backbone (rich Harmatan goat) on marbled forums, THE textual content is totally IN HEBREW , with gorgeous ornamental border on identify web page, there are a couple of tiny wormholes, additionally 4 pages are trimmed at backside (which doesn't impact the textual content at all), in a different way an surprisingly great replica, super appealing, tight contemporary binding, one complete web page plate plus a number of diagrams of historic Hebrew talismans.
This is the well-known magical Hebrew grimoire textual content, someday known as The Sefer Razial or Raziel, and in keeping with Hebrew legend, the Sepher Raziel used to be offered to Adam within the backyard of Eden, given by way of the hand of God and introduced by means of the angel Rezial. the parable means that this can be the 1st publication ever written, and of direct divine provenance. a various compendium of historical Hebrew magical lore, this booklet used to be really potentially the unique resource for later, conventional literature on angelic hierarchy, astrology, Qabalah and Gematria. Moses Gaster mentions this in his advent to the Sword of Moses (1896) suggesting that the Sepher Rezial can be a fundamental resource for plenty of magic and qabalistic books of the center a while. Sepher Rezial Hemelach is a compilation of 5 books, being The booklet of the Vestment, The e-book of the good Rezial, The Holy Names, The e-book of the Mysteries (Sepher HaRazim), and The e-book of the indicators of the Zodiac. It comprises wide explanatory textual content at the holy names of God, the divisions of Heaven and Hell, the names and hierarchy of the angels and spirits, in addition to symbolic intepretations of either the publication of Genesis and Sepher Yetzirah. it's also fabric on astronomy, astrology, Gematria and diverse magical talismans, so much particularly these used for cover in the course of childbirth.
Of curiosity to scholars of the occult, kabbalah ( qabala - qabalah ) and formality magic, additionally the works of Arthur Edward Waite, Eliphas Levi and Aleister Crowley.