Goetia

The Lesser Key of Solomon

GOETIA

Compiled and Translated By
S.L. “ MacGregor” Mathers
Editing and Additional Material By
Aleister Crowley

    1. Gusion
    2. Sitri
    3. Beleth
    4. Leraje, or Leraikha
    5. Eligos
    6. Zepar
    7. Botis
    8. Bathin
    9. Sallos
    10. Purson
    11. Marax
    12. Ipos
    13. Aim
    14. Naberius
    15. Glasya-Labolas
    16. Bune, or Bime
    17. Ronove
    18. Berith
    19. Astaroth
    20. Forneus
    21. Foras
    22. Asmoday
    23. Gaap
    24. Furfur
    25. Marchosias
    26. Stolas, or Stolos
    27. Phenex
    28. Halphas, or Malthus
    29. Malphas
    30. Raum
    31. Focalor
    32. Vepar
    33. Sabnock
    34. Shan
    35. Vine
    36. Bifrons
    37. Uvall, Vual, or Voval
    38. Haagenti
    39. Crocell
    40. Furcas
    41. Balam
    42. Alloces
    43. Camio, or Caim
    44. Murmur, or Murmus
    45. Orobas
    46. Gremory, or Gamori
    47. Ose, or Voso
    48. Amy, or Avnas
    49. Oriax, or Orias
    50. Vapula, or Naphula
    51. Zagan
    52. Volav, or Valak, or Valu, or Valac
    53. Andras
    54. Haures, or Hauras, or Havres
    55. Andrealphus
    56. Cimejes, or Cimeies, or Kimaris
    57. Amdusias, or Amdukias
    58. Belial
    59. Decarabia
    60. Seere, Sear, or Seir
    61. Dantalion
    62. Andromalius
  • Observations
    • Classified List of the 72 Chief Spirits of the Goetia, According to Respective Rank
    • The Magical Circle
    • The Magical Triangle of Solomon
    • The Hexagram of Solomon
    • The Pentagram of Solomon
    • The Magic Ring or Disc of Solomon
    • The Vessel of Brass
    • The Secret Seal of Solomon
    • The Other Magical Requisites
  • Adoration at the Bath
  • The Conjuration to Call Forth Any of the Aforesaid Spirits
  • The Second Conjuration
  • The Constraint
  • The Invocation of the King
  • The General Curse, Called The Spirits’ Chain, Against All Spirits That Rebel
  • The Greater Curse
  • The Address Unto the Spirit Upon His Coming
  • The Welcome Unto the Spirit
  • The License to Depart
  • Explanation of Certain Names Used in This Book Lemegeton
  • The Explanation of The Two Triangles in The Parchment

(Here Endeth This First Book of the Lemegeton, Which Is Called the Goetia.)