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Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses
also called 6th and 7th Books of Moses and has one more synonym

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  1. In Sweden and Finland these books are compiled and published under the titles, "Den Svarta Bibeln" and "Musta Raamattu", respectively, meaning "The Black Bible"

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  2. are two grimoires allegedly dictated to Moses along with the Torah

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  3. the first five books of Moses

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  4. Published as volume 6 of "Bibliothek der Zauber-Geheimniss- und Offenbarungs-B├╝cher, etc." in 1849 in Stuttgart by antiquarian Johann Scheible, these books contain numerous allegedly magical spells used to summon spirits to do the will of the conjou

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