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Solomon's servants seem to apply to two categories of people: the first are the descendants, or sons, of those returning from captivity, including those listed, on lists, as the priests, Levites, and second the Nethinim, they would seem to some connection with service to the temple.

SOLOMON, the Son of David, King of Israel, hath said that the beginning of our Key is to fear God, to adore Him, to honour Him with contrition of heart, to invoke Him[1] in all matters which we wish to undertake, and to operate with very great devotion, for thus God will lead us in the right way.

Solomon had about 700 wives and 300 concubines. Many of the exotic women were in fact living treaties. He sustained alliances by taking wives from the family of every ruler willing to sign a treaty. He even kept mighty Egypt out of Israel by marrying an Egyptian princess, daughter of a pharaoh.

The Study of Solomonic Magic in English (PDF)
British Library Sloane 3826 is a magical collection, typical of its period (15th-16th century) in content and form.

The name Solomon may be divided into three syllables, SOL-OM-ON, symbolizing light, glory, and truth collectively and respectively.

Key of ~
Divided into two parts, the Greater Key and the Lesser Key of ~, these are manuscripts detailing the methods of making a wide range of charms, amulets and talismans for a variety of Magickal purposes.
Knights Templar ...

~ is the reputed author of a number of grimoires; books of magic spells and talismans. The most famous of these are the Lemegeton, containing the infamous "Goetia," and the Greater Key of ~.

WHEN ~--the beloved of God, builder of the Everlasting House, and Grand Master of the Lodge of Jerusalem--ascended the throne of his father David he consecrated his life to the erection of a temple to God and a palace for the kings of Israel.

When ~ built his temple he erected it on Masonic lines, and made it a centre of Masonic symbolism and work.

The Seal of ~ was known among Pythagoreans as a symbol which concealed the five Platonic solids - the key, or base number being revealed only through the Triple Tau.

The Magick of ~ - a 75 minute video documentary - seems to be an anthropological occultist crossover ...

The Key of ~
Bill Heidrick's Hermetic Kabbalah
Builders of the Adytum ( Paul Foster Case)
Paul Foster Case: Online Study Group Resources
Wiki: List of specific demons and types of demons
Pandemonium is the complete system of Lemurian demonism and time sorcery ...

The Crusaders called it the Temple of ~, as it was built on top of the ruins of the original Temple, and it was from this location that the Knights took their name of Templar.

Read the superb Kabalistic poem by ~ Ben Jehudah Gabirol, in the Kether-Malchut, and you will understand: -- "Thou art one, the root of all numbers, but not as an element of numeration; for unity admits not of multiplication, change, or form.

(~ic Grimoires) Cows or Bulls - Lay a hand on the head of the animal, asking forgiveness for some wrongdoing. Then cut its throat and collect the blood. Dip your fingers into it seven times, and sprinkle it on a veil covering the image of the deity.

While there he published a ‘Survey of the Site of King ~'s Temple' (Scribner's Monthly, Dec, 1875, pp. 257 - 272) - which he claimed to have visited - and a pamphlet, The Sacred Cubit of the Great Pyramid and ~'s Temple (Strathroy, 1877).

This title comes from Hiram Abiff the Grand Master Mason and architect of ~'s Temple, who was murdered by three of his workmen. What has this to do with Jesus?

In the Testament of ~, Beelzebul (not Beelzebub) appears as prince of the demons and says (6.2) that he was formerly a leading heavenly angel who was (6.7) associated with the star Hesperus (which is the normal Greek name for the planet Venus as evening star).

A legend taken from the book of ~ says that when ~ prayed to God for help in the building of a temple, God answered with the gift of a magic ring brought to the Hebrew king personally by Raphael. The ring, engraved with the pentalpha, (5-pointed star), had the power to subdue all demons.

Mathers' published works include "The Kabbalah Unveiled" (1887) (a translation of Knorr Von Rosenroth's "Kabbala Denudata"), "The Key of ~ the King (Clavicula Salomonis)" (1888) and "The Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage".

Alexander was one of them; ~, David, Arthur! All the Divine Kings were of this line as form builders in consciousness. Moulding the destiny of the human race through the many eras of ray manifestation and cycles of astrological influence.

From words meaning "howling or crying," the medieval books of ceremonial magic, such as The Greater and Lesser Keys of ~.
Golem ...

Symbola Chirogyphica which bears vague resemblance to The Hermaphroditic Marriage of the Sun and the Moon, Sabaoth, a highly original German manuscript and two idiosyncratic Czech versions of The Rosarium Philosophorum. Outstanding commentaries to John Dee's Hieroglyphic Monad, The Keys of ~ ...

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Spirit, World, Magic, Ritual, Light?

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