The Grand Grimoire: The Red Dragon

The Red Dragon has been variously treated as a grimoire, a piece of folk literature, and a joke manuscript it comprises one part of what is loosely termed The Grand Grimoire a collection of magickal works from the Renaissance such as the Black Pullet and Lesser Keys of Solomon The Red Dragon however bears the title Grand Grimoire on its own Multiple editions of itThe Red Dragon has been variously treated as a grimoire, a piece of folk literature, and a joke manuscript it comprises one part of what is loosely termed The Grand Grimoire a collection of magickal works from the Renaissance such as the Black Pullet and Lesser Keys of Solomon The Red Dragon however bears the title Grand Grimoire on its own Multiple editions of it exist, some with material tacked on It takes the form of a long ritualistic ceremony designed to secure communication with a demon known as Lucifuge Rofocale followed by various invocations and incantations and spells The contents are heretical in the extreme, from rituals involving boiling a black cat to the use of toxic substances in ritual form Small wonder, that this text has gained so much notoreity.
The Grand Grimoire The Red Dragon The Red Dragon has been variously treated as a grimoire a piece of folk literature and a joke manuscript it comprises one part of what is loosely termed The Grand Grimoire a collection of magickal w

  • Title: The Grand Grimoire: The Red Dragon
  • Author: Unknown Tarl Warwick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Grand Grimoire: The Red Dragon”

    1. I heard a mysterious text from the Vatican archives called the Red Dragon and picked this up for free to check out what it was. I wasn't aware of what it was when I picked it up, but it's the kind of thing where you catch on quickly. It's weird. It's strange. It's an occult text. It's heretical, blasphemous, and dangerous and at times almost comical. It's sometimes taken seriously and at other times it isn't. It isn't typical to the old idea of magic, but has more in common with later witch lore [...]

    2. The darkest of all weird spellbooks. The Lucifuge woodcuts look like something out of a Led Zeppelin fan fic.

    3. I've always wanted to read a Grimoire to see what kind of mysteries are written inside. So of course I had to take up the offer when it was sold for 1 euro on Kindle (lol).I expected more. However, I did laugh my ass off with different "rituals" such as boiling a black cat for 24 hours and using its bones to gain invisibility (however weird that is). It was fine to read something different than ordinary. This book, in particular, was mostly made up of dialogues on summoning spirits and a few ri [...]

    4. Would recommend I read this actually a little faster than I though. This book is really stepping out of my comfort zone, but books are books so I don't mind reading it at all. The only thing with this work is that the book has a lot of stuff that isn't in English, and I don't speak any other language so I felt a little useless reading those parts.Still, good book. I feel a little bad for the animals even though I eat them.

    5. A fascinating work, yet somewhat lacking in comparison to the Grimorium Verum. An effective text, yet perhaps of greater curiosity value than as a pure occult text. The main criticism of the work would be that it feels as if it is only a part of a larger work. One may only wonder what may have been lost or hidden. Worth the time and investment for the collector or serious practitioner, yet the petty-dabbler need not apply.

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