Here follow theCONSIDERATIONS and CONJURATIONS for every Day in the Week; and first of
The CONSIDERATIONS, &c. of SUNDAY.
(For the figure of the seals, planets, signs, names of the angels of the several days, and names of the fourth heaven, with the characters and magic book, see the Plate.)
THE angels of the Lord's day--Michael, Dardiel, Huratapel.
The angels of the air ruling on the Lord's day, Varcan, king;--his ministers, Tus, Andas, Cynabal.
The wind which the angels of the air are said to rule, is the north wind.
The angels of the fourth heaven ruling on the Lord's day, which should be called from the four parts of the world, are,--east, Samael, Baciel, Abel,
Gabriel, Vionatraba;--from the west, Anael, Pabel, Ustael, Burchat, Suceratos, Capabili;--from the north, Aiel, Ariel, vel Aquiel, Masgabriel, Saphiel, Matuyel,--at the south, Haludiel, Machasiel, Charsiel, Uriel, Naromiel.
The perfume of Sunday is Red Sanders.
TheCONJURATION for SUNDAY.
I CONJURE and confirm upon you, ye strong and holy angels of God, in the name Adonai, Eye, Eye, Eya, which is he who was, and is, and is to come, Eye, Abray; and in the name Saday, Cados, Cados, sitting on high upon the cherubim; and by the great name of God himself, strong and powerful, who is exalted above all the heavens; Eye, Saraye, who created the world, the heavens, the earth, the sea, and all that in them is, in the first day, and scaled them with his holy name Phaa; and by the name of the angels who rule in the fourth heaven, and serve before the most mighty Salamia, an angel great and honourable; and by the name of his star, which is Sol, and by his sign, and by the immense name of the living God, and by all the names aforesaid, I conjure thee, Michael, O great angel! who art chief ruler of this day; and by the name Adonai, the God of Israel, I conjure thee, O Michael! that thou labour for me, and fulfil all my petitions according to my will and desire in my cause and business.
The spirits of the air of the Lord's day are under the north wind; their nature is to procure gold, gems, carbuncles, diamonds, and rubies, and to cause one to obtain favour and benevolence, to dissolve enmities amongst men, to raise to honours, and to take away infirmities. They appear, for the most part, in a large, full and great body, sanguine and cross, in a gold colour, with the tincture of blood. Their motion is like the lighting of heaven; the sign of their becoming visible is that they move the person to sweat that calls them; but their particular forms are as follows; viz.
A king, having a scepter, riding on a lion.
A king crowned; a queen with a scepter.
A bird; a lion; a cock.
A yellow garment.
CONSIDERATIONS, &c. of MONDAY.
(For the angel of Monday, his sigil, planet, sign of the planet, and name of the first heaven, see the Plate.)
THE angels of Monday--Gabriel, Michael, Samael.
The angels of the air ruling Monday, Arcan, king;--his ministers, Bilet, Missabu, Abuhaza. The wind which these are subject to is the west wind.
The angels of the first heaven, ruling on Monday, to be called from the four parts of the world. From the east, Gabriel, Madiel, Deamiel, Janak;--from the west, Sachiel, Zaniel, Habiel, Bachanæ, Corobael;--from the north, Mael, Uvael, Valnum, Baliel, Balay, Humastraw;--from the south,--Curaniel, Dabriel, Darquiel, Hanun, Vetuel.
The perfume of Monday--Aloes.
TheCONJURATION of MONDAY.
I CONJURE and confirm upon you, ye strong and good angels, in the name Adonai, Adonai, Adonai, Adonai, Eye, Eye, Eye; Cados, Cados, Cados, Achim, Achim, Ja, Ja, strong Ja, who appeared in mount Sinai with the glorification of king Adonai, Sadai, Zebaoth, Anathay, Ya, Ya, Ya, Maranata, Abim, Jeia, who created the sea, and all lakes and waters, in the second day, which are above the heavens and in the earth, and scaled the sea in his high name, and gave it its bounds beyond which it cannot pass; and by the names of the angels who rule in the first legion, and who serve Orphaniel, a great, precious, and honourable angel, and by the name of his star which is Luna, and by all the names aforesaid, I conjure thee, Gabriel, who art chief ruler of Monday, the second day, that for me thou labour and fulfil, &c.
The spirits of the air of Monday are subject to the west wind, which is the wind of the moon; their nature is to give silver and to convey things from place to place; to make horses swift, and to disclose the secrets of persons both present and future.
Their familiar Forms are as follow:
They appear generally of a great and full stature, soft and phlegmatic, of colour like a black, obscure cloud, having a swoln countenance, with eyes red and full of water, a bald head, and teeth like a wild boar; their motion is like an exceeding great tempest of the sea. For their sign there will appear an exceeding great rain,. and their particular shapes are,
A king, like an archer, riding upon a doe.
A little boy.
A woman-hunter with a bow and arrows.
A cow; a little doe; a goose.
A green, or silver-coloured garment.
An arrow; a creature with many feet.
CONSIDERATIONS of TUESDAY.
(For the angel of Tuesday, his sigil, planet, sign governing the planet, and name of the fifth heaven, see the Plate.)
THE angels of the air on Tuesday--Samael, Satael, Amabiel.
The angels of the air ruling on Tuesday, Samax, king; his Ministers, Carmax, Ismoli, Paffran.
The wind to which the said angels are subject is the east wind.
The angels of the fifth heaven ruling on Tuesday.-At the east, Guel, Damael, Calzas, Arragon;--the west, Lama, Astagna, Lobquin, Soneas, Jazel, Isiael, Irel;--the north, Rhaumel, Hyniel, Rayel, Seraphiel, Fraciel Maithiel;--the south, Sacriel, Janiel, Galdel, Osael, Vianuel, Zaliel.
The perfume of Tuesday--Pepper.
TheCONJURATION of TUESDAY.
I CONJURE and call upon you, ye strong and good angels, in the names Ya, Ya, Ya; He, He, He; Va, Hy, Hy, Ha, Ha, Ha; Va, Va, Va; An, An, An; Aia, Aia, Aia; El, Ay, Elibra, Elohim, Elohim; and by the names of the high God, who hath made the sea and dry land, and by his word hath made the earth, and produced trees, and hath set his seal upon the planets, with his precious, honoured, revered and holy name; and by the name of the angels governing in the fifth house, who are subservient to the great angel Acimoy, who is strong, powerful, and honoured, and by the name of his star which is called Mars, I call upon thee, Samael, by the names above mentioned, thou great angel! who presides over the day of Mars, and by the name Adonai, the living and true God, that you assist me in accomplishing my labours, &c. (as in the conjuration of Sunday.).
The spirits of the air on Tuesday are under the east wind; their nature is to bring or cause war, mortality, death, combustions, and to give two-thousand soldiers at a time; to bring death, infirmity or health.
Familiar Forms of theSPIRITS of MARS.
THEY appear in a tall body and choleric, a filthy countenance, of colour brown, swarthy, or red, having horns like harts, and griffins claws, and bellowing like wild bulls. Their motion is like fire burning: their sign thunder and lightning round about the circle.
Their particular shapes are, a king armed, riding on a wolf; a man armed.
A woman with a buckler on her thigh.
A she-goat; a horse; a stag.
A red garment; a piece of wool; a cowslip.
CONSIDERATIONS of WEDNESDAY.
(For the angel of Wednesday his sigil, &c. &c. see the Plate.)
THE angels of Wednesday--Raphael, Meil, Seraphiel.
The angels of the air ruling on Wednesday, Mediat, king; Ministers, Suquinos, Sallales; the said angels of the air are subject to the south-west wind.
The angels of the second heaven, governing Wednesday, that are to be called, &c. At the east--Mathlai, Tarmiel, Baraborat--at the west, Jeruscue, Merattron;--at the north, Thiel, Rael, Jarihael, Venahel, Velel, Abuiori, Ucirmiel--at the south, Milliel, Nelapa, Calvel, vel Laquel.
The perfume of Wednesday--Mastic.
TheCONJURATION of WEDNESDAY.
I CONJURE and call upon you, ye strong and holy angels, good and powerful, in a strong name of fear and praise, Ja, Adonay, Elohim, Saday, Saday, Saday; Eie, Eie, Eie; Asamie, Asamie; and in the name of Adonay, the God of Israel, who hath made the two great lights, and distinguished day from night for the benefit of his creatures; and by the names of all the discerning angels, governing openly in the second house before the great angel, Tetra, strong and powerful; and by the name of his star which is Mercury; and by the name of his seal, which is that of a powerful and honoured God; and I call upon thee, Raphael, and by the names above mentioned, thou great angel who presidest over the fourth day: and by the holy name which is written in the front of Aaron, created the most high priest, and by the names of all the angels who are constant in the grace of Christ, and by the name and place of Ammaluim, that you assist me in my labours, &c. &c.
The spirits of the air, on Wednesday are subject to the south-west wind; their nature is to give all sorts of metals, to reveal all earthly things past, present,
and to come; to pacify judges, to give victory in war, to teach experiments and all sciences decayed, and to change bodies mixt of elements, conditionally, out of one thing into another; to give health or infirmities, to raise the poor and cast down the rich, to bind or loose spirits, to open locks or bolts.
Such kinds of spirits have the operations of others, but not in their perfect power, but in virtue or knowledge.
Forms of theSPIRITS of MERCURY.
THE spirits of Mercury appear in a body of a middle stature, cold, liquid and moist, fair and of an affable speech in a human shape and form, like a knight armed, of colour clear and bright. The motion of them is like silver coloured' clouds: for their sign they cause horror and fear to him that calls them.
Their particular shapes are, a king riding upon a bear.
A fair youth; a woman holding a distaff.
A dog, a she-bear, and a magpye.
A garment of various changeable colours.
A rod, a little staff.
CONSIDERATIONS of THURSDAY.
(For the angel of Thursday, his sigil, &c. see the Plate.)
THE angels of Thursday--Sachiel, Cassiel, Asasiel.
The angels of the air of Thursday, Suth, king; Ministers, Maguth, Gutrix.
The angels of the air are under the south-wind.--(But because there are no angels of the air to be found above the fifth heaven, therefore, on Thursday, say the prayers following in the four parts of the world: )
At the east--O Deus magne et excelse et honorate, per infinita secula; or, O great and most high God, honoured be thy name, world without end.
At the west--O wise, pure, and just God, of divine clemency, I beseech thee, most holy Father, that this day I may perfectly understand and accomplish my petition, work, and labour; for the honour and glory of thy holy name, who livest and reignest, world without end. Amen.
At the north--O God, strong, mighty, and wonderfuly from everlasting to everlasting, grant that this day I bring to effect that which I desire, through our blessed Lord. Amen.
At the south--O mighty and most merciful God, hear my prayers and grant my petition.
The perfume of Thursday--Saffron.
TheCONJURATION of THURSDAY.
I CO NJ U RE and confirm upon you, ye strong and holy angels, by the names Cados, Cados, Cados, Eschercie, Escherei, Eschercie, Hatim, Ya, strong founder of the worlds; Cantine, Jaym, Janic, Anic, Calbot, Sabbac, Berisay, Alnaym; and by the name Adonai, who created fishes and creeping things in the waters, and birds upon the face of the earth, flying towards heaven, in the fifth day; and by the names of the angels serving in the sixth host before Pastor, a holy angel, and a great and powerful prince and by the name of his star, which is Jupiter, and by the name of his seal, and by the name of Adonai, the great God, Creator of all things, and by the name of all the stars, and by their power and virtue, and by all the names aforesaid, I conjure thee, Sachiel, a great Angel, who art chief ruler of Thursday, that for me thou labour, &c.
The spirits of the air of Thursday are subject to the south wind; their nature is to procure the love of women, to cause men to be merry and joyful, to pacify strifes and contentions, to appease, enemies, to heal the diseased, and to disease the whole, and procure losses, or restore things lost.
The familiar Forms of theSPIRITS of JUPITER.
They appear with a body sanguine and choleric, of a middle stature, with a horrible, fearful motion, but with a mild countenance, and a gentle speech, and of the colour of iron: the motion of them is flashings of lightning, and thunder. For their sign there will appear about the circle men who shall seem to be devoured by lions. Their forms are,
A king, with a sword drawn, riding on a stag.
A man, wearing a mitre, with long raiment.
A maid, with a laurel crown, adorned with flowers.
A bull; a stag; a peacock.
An azure garment; a sword; a box-tree,
CONSIDERATIONS of FRIDAY.
(For the seal planet, and sign governing the planet, and name of the third heaven, see the Plate.)
THE angels of Friday--Anael, Rachiel, Sachiel.
The angels of the air ruling on Friday, Sarabotes, king; Ministers, Amahiel, Aba, Abalidoth, Blaef. The wind which the angels of the air are subject to is the west wind.
Angels of the third heaven, which are to be called from the four parts of the world, are
At the east, Setchiel, Chedusilaniel, Corat, Tamuel, Tenaciel;--at the west, Turiel, Coniel, Babiel, Kadie, Maltiel, Huphaltiel;--at the north, Peniel, Penael, Penat, Raphael, Ranie, Doremiel;--at the south, Porosa, Sachiel, Chermiel, Samael, Santanael, Famiel.
The perfume of Friday--Pepperwort.
TheCONJURATION of FRIDAY.
I CONJURE and confirm upon you, ye strong and holy angels, by the names On, Hey, Heya, Ja, Je, Saday, Adonai, and in the name Sadai, who created four-footed beasts, and creeping things, and man, in the sixth day, and gave to Adam. power over all creatures; wherefore blessed be the name of the Creator in his place; and by the name of the angels serving in the third host, before Dagiel, a great angel, and a strong and powerful prince, and by the name of his star, which is Venus, and by his seal which is holy; and by all the names aforesaid, I conjure upon thee, Anael, who art the chief ruler this day, that thou labour for me, &c.
The spirits of the air on Friday are subject to the west wind: their nature is to give silver, to incite men, and incline them to luxury, to cause marriages, to allure men to love women, to cause or take away infirmities, and to do all things which have motion.
Their familiar Shapes.
They appear with a fair body, of middle stature, with an amiable and pleasant countenance, of colour white or green, their upper parts golden; the motion of them is like a clear star. For their sign there will appear naked virgins round the circle, which will strive to allure the invocator to dalliance with them: but
Their particular Shapes are,
A king, with a scepter, riding on a camel.
A naked girl; a she-goat.
A camel; a dove.
A white or green garment.
Flowers; the herb savine.
TheCONSIDERATIONS of SATURDAY.
(For seal, &c. &c. see the Plate.)
THE angels of Saturday--Cassiel, Machatan, Uriel.
The angels of the air ruling this day, Maymon, king; Ministers, Abumalith, Assaibi, Balidet. The wind they are subject to, the south wind.
The fumigation of Saturday is sulphur.
There are no angels ruling in the air on Saturday above the fifth heaven, therefore in the four corners of the world, in the circle, use those orations which are applied to Thursday.
TheCONJURATION of SATURDAY.
I CONJURE and confirm upon you, Caphriel, or Cassiel, Machator, and Seraquiel, strong and powerful angels; and by the name Adonai, Adonai, Adonai; Eie, Eie, Eie; Acim, Acim, Acim; Cados, Cados; Ima, Ima, Ima; Salay, Ja, Sar, Lord and Maker of the World, who rested on the seventh day; and by him who of his good pleasure gave the same to be observed by the children of Israel throughout their generations, that they should keep and sanctify the same, to have thereby a good reward in the world to conic; and by the names of the angels serving in the seventh host, before Booel, a great angel, and powerful prince; and by the name of his star, which is Saturn; and by his holy seal, and by the names before spoken, I conjure upon thee, Caphriel, who art chief ruler of the seventh day, which is the Sabbath, that for me thou labour, &c. &c.
The spirits of the air on Saturday are subject to the south-west wind: the nature of them is to sow discords, hatred, evil thoughts and cogitations, to give leave to kill and murder, and to lame or maim every member.
Their familiar Shapes.
THEY generally appear with a tall, lean, slender body, with an angry countenance, having four faces, one on the back of the head, one in the front, and one on each side, nosed or beaked, likewise there appears a face on each knee of a black shining colour; their motion is the moving of the wind, with a kind of earthquake; their sign is white earth, whiter than snow.
Their particular Shapes are,
1 A king, bearded, riding on a dragon.
An old man with a beard.
An old woman leaning on a crutch.
A hog; a dragon; an owl.
A black garment; a hook or sickle.
A juniper tree.
Those are the figures that these spirits usually assume, which are generally, terrible at the first coming on of the visions, but as they have only a limited power, beyond which they cannot pass, so the invocator need be under no apprehensions of danger, provided he is well fortified with those things we have directed to be used for his defence, and above all, to have a firm and constant faith in the mercy, wisdom, and goodness of God.
END OF THE THIRD PART, AND OF CABALISTICAL AND CEREMONIAL MAGIC.
127:1 Those spirits who appear in a kingly form, have a much higher dignity than them who take an inferior shape; and those who appear in a human shape, exceed in authority and power them that come as animals; and again, these latter surpass in dignity them who appear as trees or instruments, and the like: so that you are to judge of the power, government, and authority of spirits by their assuming a more noble and dignified apparition.