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The Grimorium Verum (Latin for True Grimoire) is an 18th-century grimoire attributed to one "Alibeck the Egyptian" of Memphis, who purportedly wrote in 1517. Like many grimoires, it claims a tradition originating with King Solomon. The grimoire is not a translation of an earlier work as purported, its original appearing in French or Italian in the mid-18th century, as noted already by A. E. Waite who discussed the work in his The Book of Ceremonial Magic (1911), stating: Idries Shah also published some of it in The Secret Lore of Magic: Book of the Sorcerers in 1957.

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  • Grimorium Verum (= Pravé grimorium) je grimoár z 18. století, jehož autor je Alibeck Egypťan z Memfidy, který jej údajně napsal roku 1517. Jako mnoho dalších grimoárů je připisován tradici krále Šalomouna. Grimoár není překladem staršího díla, jak se tvrdí. Podle mystika je datum uvedené v grimoriu nepopiratelně podvodné; dílo vzniklo v polovině 18. století a pochází z Říma.
  • 『真正奥義書』(しんせいおうぎしょ、羅: Grimorium Verum、「真の魔法書」の意)は、悪魔や精霊などの性質や、それらを使役する方法を記した魔術書であるグリモワールの1つである。日本語では他に、音写による『グリモリウム・ウェルム』という呼称も用いられる。
  • De Grimorium Verum is een boek over magie, ook wel een grimoire genoemd. Het zou geschreven zijn door in Memphis in 1517. Volgens geleerden zou het boek niet uit 1517 stammen maar eerder uit de 18e eeuw, met de eerste edities waarschijnlijk in het Frans of Italiaans. Het boek is gebruikt als basis voor het boek geschreven door in 1911. Het boek is vrij belangrijk in de demonologie, het satanisme en occultisme. Er wordt regelmatig naar verwezen en het legt de basis voor vele andere boeken.
  • The Grimorium Verum (Latin for True Grimoire) is an 18th-century grimoire attributed to one "Alibeck the Egyptian" of Memphis, who purportedly wrote in 1517. Like many grimoires, it claims a tradition originating with King Solomon. The grimoire is not a translation of an earlier work as purported, its original appearing in French or Italian in the mid-18th century, as noted already by A. E. Waite who discussed the work in his The Book of Ceremonial Magic (1911), stating: Idries Shah also published some of it in The Secret Lore of Magic: Book of the Sorcerers in 1957.
  • Il Grimorium Verum è un libro di magia del XVIII secolo attribuito a un "Alibeck l'egiziano" di Memphis, che presumibilmente lo ha scritto nel 1517. Come molti Grimori, anche questo trova origine nella tradizione del re Salomone.Il grimorio non è una traduzione di un precedente lavoro, la sua versione originale nasce in italiano nella metà del XVIII secolo, come scoperto da Arthur Edward Waite che ne ha discusso il lavoro nel sua Magia Cerimoniale (1911), dichiarando:
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  • Grimorium Verum (= Pravé grimorium) je grimoár z 18. století, jehož autor je Alibeck Egypťan z Memfidy, který jej údajně napsal roku 1517. Jako mnoho dalších grimoárů je připisován tradici krále Šalomouna. Grimoár není překladem staršího díla, jak se tvrdí. Podle mystika je datum uvedené v grimoriu nepopiratelně podvodné; dílo vzniklo v polovině 18. století a pochází z Říma.
  • Il Grimorium Verum è un libro di magia del XVIII secolo attribuito a un "Alibeck l'egiziano" di Memphis, che presumibilmente lo ha scritto nel 1517. Come molti Grimori, anche questo trova origine nella tradizione del re Salomone.Il grimorio non è una traduzione di un precedente lavoro, la sua versione originale nasce in italiano nella metà del XVIII secolo, come scoperto da Arthur Edward Waite che ne ha discusso il lavoro nel sua Magia Cerimoniale (1911), dichiarando: Una versione del grimorio è stato incluso come Piccola Clavicola di Salomone, dove alla fine sono inclusi alcuni brevi estratti del Grimorium Verum con i sigilli degli spiriti maligni.
  • The Grimorium Verum (Latin for True Grimoire) is an 18th-century grimoire attributed to one "Alibeck the Egyptian" of Memphis, who purportedly wrote in 1517. Like many grimoires, it claims a tradition originating with King Solomon. The grimoire is not a translation of an earlier work as purported, its original appearing in French or Italian in the mid-18th century, as noted already by A. E. Waite who discussed the work in his The Book of Ceremonial Magic (1911), stating: The date specified in the title of the Grimorium Verum is undeniably fraudulent; the work belongs to the middle of the eighteenth century, and Memphis is Rome. One version of the Grimoire was included as The Clavicles of King Solomon: Book 3 in one of the French manuscripts S. L. MacGregor Mathers incorporated in his version of the Key of Solomon, but it was omitted from the Key with the following explanation: At the end there are some short extracts from the Grimorium Verum with the Seals of evil spirits, which, as they do not belong to the Key of Solomon proper, I have not given. For the evident classification of the Key is in two books and no more. Idries Shah also published some of it in The Secret Lore of Magic: Book of the Sorcerers in 1957.
  • 『真正奥義書』(しんせいおうぎしょ、羅: Grimorium Verum、「真の魔法書」の意)は、悪魔や精霊などの性質や、それらを使役する方法を記した魔術書であるグリモワールの1つである。日本語では他に、音写による『グリモリウム・ウェルム』という呼称も用いられる。
  • De Grimorium Verum is een boek over magie, ook wel een grimoire genoemd. Het zou geschreven zijn door in Memphis in 1517. Volgens geleerden zou het boek niet uit 1517 stammen maar eerder uit de 18e eeuw, met de eerste edities waarschijnlijk in het Frans of Italiaans. Het boek is gebruikt als basis voor het boek geschreven door in 1911. Het boek is vrij belangrijk in de demonologie, het satanisme en occultisme. Er wordt regelmatig naar verwezen en het legt de basis voor vele andere boeken.
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