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his own eternal deilriiclion. And he may be easier called
up, then the Angel of Plotir.ns in che Temple of JJit,
In like manner alfo,the Romans were taughc by the Sibyls books ; and by that means made themfelves the Lords of the world,as Hiftories wicnefs. Buc the Lords of the Prince of a Kingdom do beftow, the letfer Magiftracies. He there- fore that defireth to have a leflfer office, or dignity , let him magically call a Noble of the Prince , and his defire (hall be fulfilled.
Afhor, 3 3 .
But he who coveteth contemptible dignities, as riches a- lone , let him call the Prince of riches, or one of his Lords, and he (hall obtain his defire in that kinde, whereby he would grow rich , either in earthly goods, or merchandize, or with the gifts of Princes,or by the Rudy of Metals,or Chy- miftry : as he produceth any prefidentof growing rich by thefe means, he (ball obtain his defire therein.
All manner of evocation is of the fame kinde and form, and this way was familiar of old time to the Sibyls and chief Priefts. This in our time,through ignorance and impiety, is totally loft ; and that which remaineth, is depraved with in- finite lyes and fupernitions.
The humane undemanding is the onely effe&er of all wonderful works , fo that itbejoyned to any Spirit 5 and being joyned, (he produceth what (he will. Therefore we are carefully to proceed in Magickjleft that Syrens and other