This is a book of alchemy and mysticism written about the real "How to summon a demon"
It is now considered to be unscientificoccultHowever, once mysticism and alchemy were studied academically seriously.Harry potterAlchemist who also appearedNikola · FlamelThere are also a large number of books left in it, and there are documents that describe "a method for calling a devil".
An Occult and Alchemical Library | Unique at Penn
Many people consider alchemy and occult-like things to be medieval, but in the 18th century scientific revolution andPhilosophy of enlightenmentFlourishedEnlightenment ageHas also been emphasized. Secret society'sRosicrucian teamMembers, mystics, and alchemists were involved in society with intellectuals such as enlightenment scientists.
In england2nd Noh Sambaland public Hugh · Percya friend ofCharles · RainfordIt is also known as the general and ruler of Gibraltar, but also famous for being inclined to alchemy and mysticism. He leaves many books collected during his lifetime in the manuscript library, some of which have handwritten copies of documents he sees or borrows.
The University of Pennsylvania Library succeeded in bidding for such a valuable and reliable book collection of such Rainford in an auction.
The collection of Rainford that came to the University of Pennsylvania library is like this.
This was left in the collection of EnglandAnick Castlecastle.
Mysticism is not an occult form as it is today, it is very academic, and Rainford is also called a father of natural historyJoseph BanksI was in a relationship with friends. Letters exchanged at that time are also left.
Collections range from French, German, Italian, Latin, Hebrew and so on, and there is a legend that it succeeded in manufacturing the philosopher's stoneNikola · FlamelThere is also a copy of the last document left by. It is a copy of what is shown in the picture below and it is written about how to call the devil with red and black ink. At the same time it is said that the Italian's achievements in sexual health are mentioned.
Four of the books are originally from NaplesJesuit college, But since it was banned by the Jesuit college at that time, it was not listed in the chronicle of the Jesuits made in 1688 to 1725.
We have already published it online for researchers, but in a few years,All content will be available on PENN LIBRARIES... apparently ...
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