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According to legend, it was written by an apocryphal figure by the name of Honorius of Thebes, who is claimed to have been possessed by Satan himself. The Grand Grimoire is said to be one of the most potent occult books in existence, and contains instructions for the summoning of demons. This grimoire is often said to have been written during the 16 th century.
The original Grand Grimoire or a copy of the original , however, is said to be kept today in the Vatican Secret Archives, and is not currently available to the public. Over time, however, the meaning of this term evolved, and eventually became associated with the occult. Therefore, the word grimoire is today the name given to the textbooks used in the occult.
The contents of such grimoires normally provide its user with instructions for the creation of magical amulets and talismans, instructions for the casting of magic spells, and even rituals for the summoning of supernatural beings, such as angels and demons. Grimoires often provided techniques for summoning the dead, as well as invoking angels or demons. Furthermore, this grimoire is said to have been written in either Biblical Hebrew or Aramaic. This supposed connection with the Biblical King Solomon, and the ancient language it is rumoured to have been written in, would certainly have enhanced the reputation of the Grand Grimoire as a powerful book of magic.
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