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The Book of Spirits

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It may seem strange that this Path Book is dealing with the Planetary Olympic Spirits. Well not so, as the Spirits are under the domain of the Planetary Archangels, and therefore they may be evoked through the Archangels.

The Arbatel of Magick, published at Basle in 1575 and translated by Robert Turner, 1655, was originally written in Latin and believed to be of Christian origin, produced in Italy by an unknown author, and is one of the lesser known Grimoires of Magick.

The Arbatel of Magick writes of the Olympian spirits: "They are called Olympick spirits, which do inhabit in the firmament, and in the stars of the firmament: and the office of these spirits is to declare destinies, and to administer fatal Charms, so far forth as God pleaseth to permit them."


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The Arbatel of Magic, published at Basle in 1575 and translated by Robert Turner, 1655. was originally written in Latin and believed to be of Christian origin produced in Italy by an unknown author, and is one of the lesser known Grimoires of Magic.

The Arbatel of Magic writes of the Olympian spirits: "They are called Olympick spirits, which do inhabit in the firmament, and in the stars of the firmament: and the office of these spirits is to declare Destinies, and to administer fatal Charms, so far forth as God pleaseth to permit them."

The interesting fact is that the Arbatel introduces for the first time the concept of Olympic Spirits who had never previously been mentioned in other Grimoire up to that date. The Olympic Spirits who under God, presides over the natural world. There are seven chief Olympic spirits, each corresponding one each of the planets of our solar system, and having under them a certain number of provinces being 196 in number which using the principle of numerology equals 7 ( 7 Olympic Spirits, 7 Planets). We are also informed that Aratron has 49 provinces; Bethor, 42; Phaleg 35; Och, 28; Hagith, 21; Ophiel, 14; and Phul, 7. Each of the Olympic spirits rules alternately for 490 years.

By applying the maths the book informs us that Bethor ruled from 60bc to 430ad, Phaleg ruled until 920ad, then Och until 1410, Haggith ruled until 1900. Therefore, the current ruler is Ophiel.
The Olympic Spirits, their sign and planet are as follows:

Aratron
the alchemist who commanded seventeen millions six hundred and forty thousand spirits
Saturn Araton
Bethor
who commands twenty-nine thousand legions of spirits
Jupiter Bethor
Phaleg
the War-Lord
Mars Phaleg
Och
the alchemist, physician, and magician
Sun Och
Haggith
the transmuter of metals, and commander of four thousand legions of spirits
Venus Haggith
Ophiel
who commands one hundred thousand legions of spirits
Mercury Ophiel
Phul
the lord of the powers of the moon and supreme lord of the waters
Moon Phul

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References:
The Arbatel of Magic, published at Basle in 1575 and translated by Robert Turner, 1655.

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