Grimoire is a project aimed at providing a set of tools for players of the game "Magic: The Gathering". The tools will help players to manager their cards and decks.
Considered by some to be the same book as the Witches Book of Shadows, but by others as a separate book. The Grimoire to some is that book containing only the practicalities of magick and ritual. If this argument is accepted, then it would only contain spells, formulas, rituals and correspondences. It would not contain poems or personal laments and inspirations.
A magickal workbook or Book of Shadows that contains rituals, magickal meanings of objects, etc.
A magical workbook with information on rituals, magical properties of natural objects, preparation of ritual equipment. Many include “catalogues of spirits.” The most famous of the old grimoires is probably The Key of Solomon. Most were first committed to paper in the 16th and 17th centuries, though they may be far older.
A powerful spellbook, so powerful the physical book itself (including the pages and script) is magical. A Book of Shadows used as a workbook for magical practitioners.
Personal notes of a Witch
a book of magical spells and this one conjures the deep mystical sources that have corrupted America from before its beginnings up to the present, It's dense with interwoven threads of cults and politics, scholarly in its research
a book of rituals and and lore which is usually handwritten by the individual
a description of a set of magical symbols and how to combine them
a directory of such sigils, and a manual for their use
a handbook of magick , that provides instruction in the methods of conjuring angels, spirits and demons
a magician's manual for invoking demons (Oxford English Dictionary)
a medieval book of black magic
a witch's spell book, used to record incantations, recipes, that sort of thing
A book of spells and rituals designed to conjure spirits.
A black magic manual used for invoking demonic spirits.
A (usually mediaeval) book or 'grammar' of magical procedures.
A magical workbook containing ritual information, for- mulae, magical properties of natural objects and preparation of ritual equipment.
(greem-WARR): A book of magickal spells and rituals, similar to the Book of Shadows.
a more formalized and stylized version of the Book of Shadows, usually more limited in scope.
(grammar, learning, writings) the book containing one's personal spells, rites, recipes, etc., as distinguished from the Book of Shadows of the Coven or Tradition; the medieval books of magickal procedures written by, or ascribed to, famous magicians
see "Book of Shadows".
(Latin ~ gramarye "magik"). Often used to refer to a book of magikal incantations, spells, elixirs and potions.
A book containing special notations and/or magical spells.
A magickal workbook containing ritual information, formulae, magical properties of natural objects and preparation of ritual equipment. Also used as another name for a Book of Shadows.
A book of spells, often in the form of a diary. Many practitioners keep such a log of their successful spells. Ruth Chattan's grimoire is called the Book of Shadows. Another example is the Grimoire of Eleanor Uasal. Grimoires are often passed down through a family of practitioners so that each generation can benefit from the experiences of their elders.
A book of Magickal procedures. The term is probably most frequently used to refer to medieval works such as The Greater Key of Solomon the King.
A grimoire (IPA ) is a book describing magical beliefs and practices, written between the late-medieval period and the 18th century. Such books contain astrological correspondences, lists of angels and demons, directions on casting charms and spells, on mixing medicines, summoning unearthly entities, and making talismans. "Magical" books in almost any context, especially books of magical spells, are also called grimoires.