THE BLACK SEALS OF SOLOMON THE KING
SPECIAL EDITION: THE TESTAMENT OF BELIAL
In 1989, cult British Publishers, Finbarr International, published the very first edition of the classic work, "The Black Seals of Solomon the King", by Goetia expert Carl Nagel.
It went on to become one of Finbarr's best-selling Occult Guidebooks of all time, with numerous testimonials as to its devastating efficiency.
In 2016, Daemonic Dreams purchased the full ownership rights of 'Black Seals' from Finbarr, and released a definitive Revised and Updated edition for the 21st Century.
Now, continuing the Black Seals legacy, we're thrilled to release the first of a very special series of books, each focussing on a specific Demon from the Goetia of the Book of Solomon.
Each of these titles comprises a complete Ceremonial Set, the likes of which has never been available anywhere... until now! Included within The Testament of Belial set, you will find your step-by-step guidebook, a framable parchment scroll, detailing the specifics of Belial, his stations and his capabilities, and an Altar Stand with Belial's Sigil.
Also included is a beautiful yet discrete enamelled Belial Clasp Pin, and a 50mm (Approx.) Solid Brass Seal, each which has been individually hand-crafted and consecrated in line with Solomonic Tradition; these pieces are UTTERLY UNIQUE, and available nowhere else!
Within the pages of this remarkable book, you will find precise, step-by-step instruction on a number of methods and techniques for summoning and working with the Demon Belial. Also detailed is the vital License to Depart rite, for your complete peace of mind.
Also included are a variety of pre-designed Rituals, all worked in conjunction with Belial himself. These include:
- Ritual to Receive A Promotion
- Ritual to Make Someone Commit a Sinful Act of a Sexual Nature
- Ritual to Receive Familiar Spirits
- Ritual to Receive Favours
- Ritual to Cause Reconciliation
- Spell to Create Guardian Spirits
- Spell for Wickedness and Iniquity
- How to Work With the Spirits Who Serve Belial (Including a full list of 50 Servants, their Stations and Areas of Operation)