As the title testifies, students were sworn to secrecy before being given access to this magic text, and only a few manuscripts have survived. Bits of its teachings. Liber Juratus Honorii was a key text used by John Dee, who owned two of the most important manuscripts, influencing his Enochian magic and its modern. LIBER JURATUS HONORII: The Sworn Book of Honorius with Text, Translation and Commentary by Professor Joseph Peterson (Limited Edition Hardcover.
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Glorify me, O lord, for in thee do I put myself to be glorified. This prompted them to detail an almost totally new version of the Sigillum Dei. And it is to be noted that he that will say those prayers or such like must be chaste and clean, and he must say them with great devotion, and he that doth otherwise he shall be openly plagued of God.
Here recite the petition — if for the [vision of the] Deity, say as follows and help me in this holy vision, and for thy great mercy have mercy upon me, and for the service of this holy juraths, and for this holy sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ and by the merits of the glorious virgin Mary, mother of thy son our Lord Jesus Christ and by the merits of the holy apostles, Peter, Paul, Andrew, James, Philip, Bartholemew, Mathew, Simon, Thadee, Lyne, Clete, Clement, Sixtus, Cornelius, Cypriane, Laurenes, Grisogone, John, and Paul, Cosme, and Damiani, and all thy saints, through whose merits and prayers This doone Go home to thy Howse and begin thy worke after th- ys soorte And note, if thou wilt work for all these things aforesaid, then thou must say every day the aforesaid Eight Termes with these ten prayers: Its date of composition is uncertain, but it is possibly mentioned as Liber Sacer in the 13th century, apparently asserting a high liger date.
The exorcism of the blood is not found in the Latin manuscripts, though it is explained in the previous paragraph.
Liber Juratus Honorii, or the Sworn Book of Honorius
I have accordingly placed the text in italics. We ask you, Ymos, through your most holy angels, who are Michaeli. The names of jurtus days of the week with their angels, strong and mighty upon every day, and every one in his day.
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Sabahot, and thow mercyfull god conffyrme thy promyses in me lyke as by the juratys wordes thow dyddest confyr- me It to king. Prima facies muscum; 2. Similiter omnipotens pater, omnipotens filis. Novem orationes sunt in principio posite usque ad illam orationem: Slipcased and hand bound in vellum, with black endpapers, copper stamped titles and copper stamped front seal taken from an original manuscript.
We put this that each planet has a part in it. Let him take fair clear water and cold of a spring, wherein he shall wash himself saying:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
[Fourth Book or Treatise.]
And juraus these summe be called satrnynes which be these [CV. Harith, Iesse, Ryon, Nesaph, Naadobthey may be compelled to serve, or they rest,] 1 and their bodies libet of a mean stature. I adore your chastity and virginity. Likewise the 2, 3, and 4 moon or Monday, and so even to the end that peradventure God will have mercy upon thee, but in the latter prayers thou must change thy petition, that is to say, thou shalt not desire of God to grante thee thy petition, but only that he will have mercy upon thee.
Here recite the petition — if for the [vision of the] Deity, say as follows thou wilt grant me thy holy vision through thy son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Also, the Latin manuscripts mention only salt, not substituting blood. Now that we have finished the First Treatise of this book, here followeth now the second, which like as the first had six chapters, of the which we have by the grace of God treated.
Note therefore that the first and chief principal or beginning is the Divine Majesty, and the true invocation must come from the very faith of the heart, the which faith the works shall declare. He therefore that will be saved must thus think of the Trinity.
Take the natural seed of the fish called a whale, lignum aloes, costus, musk, saffron, armoniac, with the blood of the foul called a lapwing, and make a confection thereof. Each comes complete with a sigillised card signed by Professor Joseph Peterson. Suffumigations of the faces of the twelve signs. O Jesus, the son of the incomprehensible God, hancor. And he says there is no such suffumigation to call spirits as is ambra, lignum aloes, costus muscus, crocus, and the blood of a lapwing, with thimiamate mixed all together in equal portions, so that it be odiferus of the gums.