This information is largely obsolete. PDF files are not so mysterious anymore, and the need to use them for formatting on the web is mostly historical. The PDFs mentioned here are all being converted to direct presentation, instead of separate downloads.

A Note Concerning Acrobat Files

Hypertext markup language (HTML) is a giant step backwards in the art of typography. While it is sufficient for reading short online documents, its limitations quickly become wearing when reading longer documents. Complex documents cannot be formatted at all in HTML, and even simpler documents cannot be printed out in a comfortably readable form without a great deal of offline formatting work by the reader.

Since most of the documents on this site are both long and intended to serve as permanent reference resources, I am working to provide well-formatted versions in Adobe Acrobat file format. These are more readable on screen, and can be printed directly for a permanent copy without any additional effort on the reader's part. Unfortunately, they also take somewhat longer to download, so those in a hurry may wish to view the HTML versions first to determine whether it is worth their time to download the Acrobat version.

To take advantage of the Acrobat files, you must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader, version 4.0 or higher installed on your computer. Versions of the reader for Windows, Apple, Sun and major Unix systems are provided free by Adobe, and include plug-ins for both Netscape and Internet Explorer. They can be obtained online at the Adobe Acrobat Web Site. Earlier versions of the Reader will not work with the files on this site.

If the Acrobat icon pdficon.gif (224 bytes) is immediately to the left of a hyperlink, that means that ONLY an Acrobat version of the document is available. Example:

pdficonsmall.gif (947 bytes) The Enochian Calls

If the icon appears at the end of the document description, then the main hyperlink is to the HTML version, while clicking on the icon will load the Acrobat version. Example:

A Short Course in Scrying

Clear, no-bull instructions for creating a “magickal space” and using it for scrying. With discussion of important related issues, including specifics of use for Enochian magick. pdficonsmall.gif (947 bytes)

To read the file online: Simply click on the Acrobat icon pdficonsmall.gif (947 bytes)   Once it is loaded into your reader, you can also print it out immediately.

To save the file for offline reading and printing: Click the RIGHT mouse button on the Acrobat icon (or one of the links below) then select “Save Target As…” from the popup context menu.

The Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage – Introduction & Book I

Book II

Book III





The Anatomy of the Body of God   anatomy.pdf 1,406k
Ars Notoria ars_notoria.pdf 962k
Arbatel of Magick ArbatelOfMagick.pdf 248k
The Enochian Calls   calls2.pdf  133k
Crystal Vision Through Crystal Gazing   crystal.pdf 264k
The Egyptian Revival   egyptian.pdf   231k
Enochian Magick Reference enochian magick reference.pdf 901k
Lemegeton - Lesser Key of Solomon

Theurgia Goetia
Ars Paulina
Ars Almadel
Ars Nova
The Greater Key of Solomon\\
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3


Liber 31 liber31.pdf 228k
Comselha: An Enochian Macrocosmic Ritual   macrorit.pdf 152k
Q.B.L. or The Bride's Reception   qbl.pdf 1,419k
A Short Course in Scrying   scrying.pdf   121k
The Book of the Seniors seniors.pdf 531k
Supplement to Sepher Sephiroth, Part I   snglist.pdf
Supplement to Sepher Sephiroth, Part II   finlist.pdf  87k