The Mystic Grimoire of Mighty Spells and Rituals by Frater Malak
Review By Brother Butterball
A Grimoire is the hand book and record book of a worker of magic.
In this book, the Mystic Grimoire of Mighty Spells and Rituals,
the author, Frater Malak and his magical order of
Campo Santo, a noted Mystery School, researched thousands of rituals
and wrote about over twenty rituals and many spells that were the most
effective in getting results. Malak covers every eventuality
that you could want: Good luck, health, money and great wealth,
love and sex, invisibility, relaxation, success, and overcoming enemies.
Every angelic name appearing in this book has been throughly researched.
As an example, in the Arcane Invisibility Ritual, you call upon Yeshayah,
this is another form of the angel Metatron.
In the Overwhelming Good Luck Ritual you summon Bodiel.
This is an angel serving under the Goetic spirit Barbatos.
In the Titanic Enemies Vanquished Ritual, you work with Narudi,
the Akkadian Lord of the Great Gods.
Over the last thirty years, I have personally tested all of
rituals and many of the spells in this book. Without exception,
all have worked to a greater or lesser extent, depending upon
my application of the knowledge and secrets given in the book,
and properly executing what has been taught there.
This Grimoire was published in the seventies,
but remains a definitive work about magical evocation,
the art and science of calling down spirits,
for men and women of today.
Attached is the scanned copy of the talisman kit I am posting it here as I get countless mails asking for it.
I must stress that the book explicitly states that you need the original talisman kit as they are magically charged by the order for the books use.
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MOD NOTE: At the request of GGC'S Daughter Vctoria we have removed the scans of the Talismans. She has re-released them now, and they are available for purchase directly from her. So in accordance with our policy of not posting active copyrighted works, the talisman scans have been removed. Cheers, Provenant