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Eliphas Levi’s Major Keys of Solomon Deluxe Edition

Eliphas Levi's Greater Keys of Solomon

Hell Fire Club Books have released an extremely limited run of Eliphas Levi’s Major Keys of Solomon. Only 88 copies of this edition exist, bound in smooth burgundy sheepskin, gilt lettering to spine and gilt pentagram to front board with Spanish marbled ripple endpapers. We have a few in stock and ready to ship!

MAJOR KEYS OF SOLOMON by Eliphas Levi – Deluxe Edition in Smooth Burgundy Sheepskin


Eliphas Levi (1810-1875) was a 19th century occultist. He is the author of major works on magic and occultism; in addition to his printed works, there are numerous manuscripts, only a few of which have been printed before being lost, as is the case for the present Keys. This manuscript was published in 1895 by Chamuel,…

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The text is particularly opaque and has discouraged many researchers. That’s why the current edition not only reproduces the drawings and texts, but also accompanies them with numerous annotations to clarify their meaning or correct the errors of the previous editor.

These Clés majeures et Clavicules de Salomon or Major Keys of Solomon refer as much to the Clavicula Salomonis as to the major and minor arcana of the Tarot. This grimoire contains numerous keys on the magical use of the Tarot in its relationship with Jewish Kabbalah. The present study takes into account the public elements of the autograph manuscript that belonged to Madame Christiane Buisset, as well as Eliphas Levi’s Tarot, which was found in Italy a few years ago.

About Eliphas Levi

Eliphas Levi, born Alphonse Louis Constant on February 8, 1810, in France, was a renowned occultist, author, and ceremonial magician of the 19th century. Levi’s profound impact on Western occultism stemmed from his pioneering works on ceremonial magic, esotericism, and symbolism. His influential writings, including “Transcendental Magic,” “The History of Magic,” and “The Dogma and Ritual of High Magic,” laid the foundation for modern occult studies and influenced notable figures like Aleister Crowley and Helena Blavatsky.

Levi’s intellectual pursuits extended beyond the occult, encompassing philosophy, theology, and mysticism. His synthesis of various mystical traditions, particularly Hermeticism and Kabbalah, contributed to a deeper understanding of spiritual symbolism and the interconnectedness of the cosmos.

Despite facing criticism and persecution for his unorthodox beliefs, Levi’s legacy endures as a visionary thinker who bridged the gap between esotericism and rational inquiry, leaving an indelible mark on the occult landscape for generations to come.

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