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The mysteries of the Picatrix — the ancient Arabic text considered to be the ultimate magical handbook. It is referred to as the Picatrix, the four-hundred-page book containing comprehensive details of magic and astrology which explains to the reader how to create magical statues, talismans and even entire cities using the power of astrology. While the book is considered to be rather obscure today, it has enjoyed vogues of enormous popularity since the 11th century. But despite its historical importance, the authorship of the book remains a matter of great dispute. It is believed that the book was originally written in Arabic and arrived in Europe through the Moorish invaders of Spain where it was translated into Spanish. Later, in the thirteenth century, it was translated into the franca lingua of the day, Latin where is spread throughout Europe.
It is perhaps the largest and most comprehensive of the grimoires, or handbooks of magic., The book's title Picatrix is also sometimes used to refer to the book's author.
This is going to be a pretty short post Actually, it simply is a link with a tiny bit of context. But what a link it is! Its four books represent the major compendium of arabic sources on magic, astrology and talismans that has survived until today. The full arabic version emerged in the 10th or 11th century and was translated into Spanish in