Grimorium Verum is a hand-held magic book that provides instructions for performing magic rituals, spells, finding money and love, and summoning beasts; summons and manipulates supernatural entities, including demons and angels, to carry out a mage’s orders. Grimoire is the French term for “grammar books.”
Whatever handbook could be called The Forbidden Letter, this term is often used for special texts that derive from magical knowledge from King Solomon. The contents of the Forbidden Books are often based on Jewish magic and mystical legends, including the names, powers and quests of special entities, or names with powerful powers. strong God. The other major origins of the Forbidden City are Ancient Greece, Egyptian magical texts and folklore of magic.
Most of the most important Forbidden Books were written in the 17th and 18th centuries, but are thought to have much older origins. They became famous in the 19th century. Printed on cheap paper, Prohibition is mainly circulating in France and Italy. They are still widely referenced, but modern wizards often write their own magic books.