The The Pseudomonarchia Daemonum is today the most important manuscript in the whole of demonology. It has been published in three different versions: a Latin version, a Spanish version and an Italian version. In English, it has been translated from these various versions which have been edited by Paracelsus Blauvelt and S.L. MacGregor Mathers, respectively - The English translation of this work went into print in three volumes between 1914-1925 under Magi Press Jerusalem Limited, Longmans & Co., Ltd.and The Rider & Co.. It is a fully annotated edition that contains full bibliographical references for each individual piece of text wherever they occur within the text. The work was known as the "Dictionarius Infernus" or "Dictionnaire Infernal". It is divided into two parts, the first part explains how to call demons, the second part consists of descriptions of demons.The original Latin text was compiled by an anonymous author in the fourteenth century. Its existence was first made known to the public by Johannes Wier in his "De Praestigiis Daemonum" (1563). The work is based on older material, for example Johannes Nider quotes a detailed description of Beelzebub which closely corresponds to that given in the Pseudomonarchia. The first part of the work contains a detailed description of the ways and equipment for summoning, binding and controlling demons. The second part consists of descriptions of demons and their particular characteristics. This manuscript was acquired by the Albertus Magnus-Universität in Freiburg im Breisgau from an anonymous purchaser at an unknown date after its original creation. The manuscript contains several images, which are very valuable to demonologists, for example images of Belshazzar, Belphegor and Marduc.
The name "Pseudomonarchia Daemonum" was used by Paracelsus in his "Ludwig XV" (1531). The Pseudomonarchia Daemonum is mentioned in the novels:
The work appears as a plot element in the 2009 film "". In it, a copy of the original 15th-century edition was possessed by Aleister Crowley until it was stolen from him by Mina Harker before she died. The book subsequently fell into the hands of her son, John Seward. In 1994, he gave it to his grandson, Jonathan Harker, who passed it on to his son Luke. The young man sold the book to a demonologist named Genevieve for a substantial sum. The book has been adapted into various media, including the following:
The work has also inspired many stage plays, TV productions and films.
"Pseudomonarchia Daemonum" - The Latin text of the "Pseudomonarchia Daemonum", translated by S.L MacGregor Mathers (London & New York) 1914-1925 - Vols. 1-2 (Vol.1) & 3 (Vol.2) . Longmans & Co., Ltd; .648eeb4e9f3270
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