by Abraham von Worms, Compiled and edited by Georg Dehn, Translated by Steven This is a new and expanded second edition of The Book of Abramelin, . Georg Dehn’s and Steven Guth’s Book of Abramelin marks a milestone in the transmission of magical wisdom, the restoration of a work of utmost importance. The book of Abramelin: a new translation / Abraham von Worms ; compiled and edited by Georg Dehn ; translated by Steven Guth ; foreword by Lon Milo.

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Book of Abramelin (New and Expanded Edition)

The Book of Abramelin: He also consulted two other German manuscripts in the Dresden library, as well as a later manuscript composed in Hebrew MS. The place to start with this book is actually in the appendices.

There are 4 kings in Abraham that represent the 4 elements. Let us just remember that the Liber Samekh is based on what was originally a ritual of exorcism!

In this context Dehn and Guths translation is a gift to historiansresearchers and occultists the world over. Modern magicians stand in a long tradition of innovation with regards to older ritual manuals — this was happening in the Middle Ages also.

He lives in Leipzig, Germany. A New translation Abraham Von Worms.

Daniel Gunther for the present way in which this initiatory framework, including the invocation of the Holy Guardian Angel, is applied in practice. Not only is the language updated, but Georg Dehn, the compiler and editor, has sourced his work from all extant manuscripts, whereas Mathers used just one.


Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Ultimate criminal enigma continues to intrigue and horrify years on — Sunday Post. Also, there are 8 dukes in Abramelin. He is the founder and publisher of Edition Araki, a German publishing company specializing in the occult.

This later manuscript had also been examined by Gershom Scholem, who believed it to be a translation from German, and Dehn had the manuscript re-translated into German by Rabbi Salomon Siegl to help him prepare this edition.

A lot of the material presented and explained by Dehn is worth the price of the book alone.

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For the second or third english edition Ibis Press should try to coax a foreward out of Ramsay Dukes to put the work of Dehn and Guth into boook proper context. Looking for beautiful books? Thus, for example, what is one to make of the following: All in all, much credit should be given to Dehn and Guth for a well-executed series of new editions on the Abramelin text that can potentially open up the world of Abraham von Worms to a wider audience of scholars and practitioners of esoteric traditions.

Click to Submit News. For the obsessives amongst you the appendix on p shows the difference in the spelling of the spirit names between the 4 main Abramelin manuscripts. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. It does not matter to the author that the discovery of the Americas was still more than a hundred years ahead. Thus you can identify the Abramelin spirits with the dead souls of the Ancient Egyptians, as one of the authors, Steven Guth does, and you can write the following: Very negligible in my opinion.


One person in mind was Ramsay Dukes. It was that he never had the full version to work with in the first place.

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Gordan tje thanks for the amusing quotes. Another addition is the restoration of the magical squares and this is a genuine improvement, although I do not consider it to be of much real value, for the reasons I will enter into subsequently.

Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Being a complete and modern translation from various extant manuscripts, including a previously unpublished fourth part. The foreward by Lon Milo DuQuette feels out of place in this book. Dehn even goes to the trouble to travel to the Worms Holy Sands cemetery to research the links.