Translated from Latin by Robert Turner, London, 1655;
Published by Andrew Luppius, licensed bookseller, Wesel, 1686
Now first of all produced out of darkness into the light, against all caco-Magicians and contemners of the gifts of
God, for the profit and delectation of all those who do
truely and piously love the creatures of God and do use
them with thanksgiving, to the honour of God and profit
of themselves and their neighbours.
Arbatel of Magick: The Spiritual Wisdom of the Ancients
For the illustration of the glory of God, and his love to Mankinde
In all things, ask counsel of the Lord;
and do not thou think, speak, or do anything
wherein God is not thy counsellor.
He that walketh fraudulently revealeth
secrets, but he that is of a faithful spirit concealeth the matter.