Qabalah: Sefer Raziel

The "Book of the Angel Raziel" free download

By Robert Zucker, publisher

The Book of Raziel, ("Book of Secrets of the Archangel Razuiel"), also Reziel or Ratzial, is available for a free download. I have prepared a detailed section on the study of this important book in Kabbalah. Learn more about Sepher Raziel.

Sefer RazielThis ten page English translation, author unknown, is called The Book of the Great Reziel (also spelled as Raziel). This copy of the Book of Raziel is in the public domain and can be copied and distributed without cost as a PDF document. The pdf file link will be emailed to you.

The first English translation of the ancient Hebrew manuscript was printed in 1701 in Amsterdam. The English version includes an explanatory text on the holy names of God, the divisions of Heaven and Hell, and the names and hierarchy of the angels and spirits.

According to Hebrew legend, the Sepher Razial (Sepher is Hebrew for Book. Raziel is the "secret of God") was given to Adam in the Garden of Eden, by the hand of God. The legend suggests that this diverse compendium of ancient Hebrew lore was the first book ever written.


 


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How to translate the Sefer Raziel free

The original Hebrew version of the Sefer Raziel is the most reliable. But, few people read ancient Hebrew well enough to understand the true translation. Today's translation technologies make this process easier. Get some tips about translating and transcribing the Hebrew into English, or other languages.


 


Top books about "Sefer Raziel"

Sefer Raziel haMalach
(Hebrew Edition)

This is an original Hebrew version book on the "Sefer Raziel" from Amazon. Paperback. This reprint is being made available at cost by Publish Your Sefer.com in partnership with Hebrew Books.org. 2012 edition, 98 pages. 7.8 x 0.2 x 9 inches.

 Sepher Rezial Hemelach: The Book of the Angel Rezial

This is the first English translation from ancient Hebrew of the rare and complete 1701 Amsterdam edition by Steve Savedow. Includes an explanatory text on the holy names of God, the divisions of Heaven and Hell, and the names and hierarchy of the angels and spirits. Paperback: 320 pages. Publisher: Weiser Books (December, 2000). Language: English. Although it is comprehensive and has translations of the text, there has been controversy over Savedow's translations. It is a good starting point if you can't read Hebrew.

 Sepher Raziel: A Sixteenth Century English Grimoire (Sourceworks of Ceremonial Magic Series)  

This volume also includes a foreword which offers an overview of the Sepher Raziel manuscripts, which represent a number of independent traditions. It includes an essay on the literature of Solomonic magic in English, an introduction to the Sepher Raziel manuscript presented, an appendix on incense nomenclature as a supplement to Tractatus Thymiamatus, a list of printed notices and manuscript sources of Sepher Raziel, and a full bibliography of printed works on Solomonic magic and items of related interest. 296 pages. Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (September 8, 2010). This book is highly recommended as a reliable source of information.


 


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  Sepher Raziel: A Sixteenth Century
English Grimoire
(Sourceworks of Ceremonial Magic Series)
Sefer Raziel Hardcover – September 8, 2010
by Don Karr (Author), Dr Stephen Skinner (Author)

The Sepher Raziel text is given in two forms: a literal transcription with no changes in spelling or wording and a modern English version. This volume also includes a foreword which offers an overview of Raziel manuscripts, which represent a number of independent traditions, an essay on the literature of Solomonic magic in English, an introduction to the Sepher Raziel manuscript presented, an appendix on incense nomenclature as a supplement to Tractatus Thymiamatus, a list of printed notices and manuscript sources of Sepher Raziel, and a full bibliography of printed works on Solomonic magic and items of related interest.


Sefer RazielSefer Raziel  Sepher Rezial Hemelach: The Book of the Angel RezialSefer Raziel

This is the first English translation from ancient Hebrew of the rare and complete 1701 Amsterdam edition by Steve Savedow. Includes an explanatory text on the holy names of God, the divisions of Heaven and Hell, and the names and hierarchy of the angels and spirits. Paperback: 320 pages. Publisher: Weiser Books (December, 2000). Language: English. Although it is comprehensive and has translations of the text, there has been controversy over Savedow's translations. It is a good starting point if you can't read Hebrew.


 

Sepher RazielBook of Raziel(German) Paperback – May 1, 2010 by Giovanni Grippo (Author). "Das Buch Razuel."


Liber Salomonis: Sepher RazielBook of Raziel by King Solomon (Author), Tarl Warwick (Editor). Paperback – February 15, 2016

The Liber Salomonis, referred to in its own composition as the Sepher Raziel, claims to be a book given directly to King Solomon by a mysterious prince and sorcerer from the East. Actually written in the Renaissance or perhaps as early as the Medieval period, it synthesizes Kabbalistic and Hermetic lore together and is divided into seven treatises. The subject matter ranges from the high occult of invocation and the names of angels and of the Judeochristian god, to herbal medicine and the creation of incense for the calling of spirits, to the categorization of twenty four beasts and stones to coincide with the hours of the day. With the entire core of the work ruled over by seven angels and seven celestial bodies, the philosophy behind its somewhat apocryphal historical content is nonetheless of extreme interest and is here presented in modernized English for the modern audience. 82 pages.