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The top 10 grimoires | Books | The GuardianOwen Davies, professor of social history at the University of Hertfordshire, has written extensively about the history of magic, witchcraft and ghosts. Last month Oxford University Press published his most recent work, Grimoires, the first ever history of the books of spells whose origins were first recorded in the ancient Middle East. Their origins date back to the dawn of writing and their subsequent history is entwined with that of the religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the development of science, the cultural influence of print, and the social impact of European colonialism. Although one of the more recent grimoires, first circulating in manuscript in the 18th century, this has to be number one for the breadth of its influence. From Germany it spread to America via the Pennsylvania Dutch, and once in cheap print was subsequently adopted by African Americans. This is the granddaddy of grimoires.
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Authors from M. James to H. Lovecraft have dabbled with inventing grimoires for their fiction. Just be careful what you do with them…. This huge book dates to the 13th-century Czech Republic. According to some rumours, it contains all knowledge, including exorcism rituals and a drawing of the Devil. Legend tells of its creation at the hands of monk who sinned grievously.
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