Art of Letters and Permutation (The Glyph Master):

This art is the core of the magic of the ancients. Each letter is a world on its own with its own spiritual power and attribute. The ancient magicians would spend years of their lives deciphering and exploring the mysteries of each letter and its place in the cosmic order. Armed with this knowledge, they would apply complex formulas of permutation and exotic art designs to manifest these energies in their lives. They would use the letters for everything from healing to causing spirits to appear.

Magic Squares and Talismanic Art (The Sage):

Magic squares have been associated and used in magic for centuries. The ancients took this art to an elaborate new level, with complex and beautiful designs. They developed intricate systems of creating specialized magic squares, using them as the basis for calling on angels, jinn, and other spirits for all their needs in life (spiritual or mundane). They also collected the talismanic art of the Sabians, Nabateans, and ancient Greeks and combined it with their knowledge of both astrology and gem stones. Magic squares and talismanic magic constitute a beautiful and vast art and science that has barely been touched upon or utilized fully in the West.

Magical Conjurations the Jaljalutiah (The Magical Bard):

The ancients recorded powerful conjurations in melodic and poetic style. The daily recitation of these conjurations provided them with a complete magical ritual. This included everything from spiritual development, to protection, to enlisting spirits to their aid in their lives. These master conjurations and bardic magic are a rare practice these days. Of the few that have survived, one of them is known as al-Jaljalutiah.

Jinn Collaboration and Evocation (The Summoner):

Jinn have fascinated people for thousands of years, both in the East and West. These are an objectively real, semi-physical race, with powerful magical attributes. They are known by many names across the world, from the Jinn of the Arabs to the Sidhe and Elves of Europe. All the legends and myths have one common element: they don t like to be seen or found by humans. This is true and, as a result, most of the magic of communicating with them has slowly disappeared from the world. Yet they continue to exist around us and from time to time we spot them as beings of light or dark shadow-like beings that then disappear. They are responsible for many occult and psychic phenomena and still they continue to distrust and avoid us as much as possible. The knowledge of communicating with them hasn t been totally lost. The Arabic art of Jinn Magic remains almost in its complete form.
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Ancient Magic
Ancient and medieval world

One of the earliest surviving accounts of the Persian magoi was provided by the Greek historian Herodotus
The etymology of the term magic can be traced back to the ancient language of Old Persian, which used the term magu, rendered as magus (magician) and magoi (magicians). The etymology of this particular Persian term is unclear, although it appeared to refer to some form of religious functionary.[ A number of ancient Greek authors discussed these Iranian magoi in their works. Among those to do so was the historian Herodotus, who claimed that the magoi were one of seven Median tribes and that they served as functionaries at the court of the Achaemenid Empire, where they acted as advisers to the king. According to Herotodus, these Iranian magoi were also in charge of various religious rites, namely sacrifices and the interpretation of dreams.

Arabic Magic

The world and magic of the Arabic magi is very different from that of the Hermetic magi. As mentioned in the Ars Magica rule book, these non-Hermetic magi are more specialized than Hermetic magi and very powerful. In the area of mechanics, Astral magic and its forms are used in the same manner as hermetic magic, as you will see below. Magic theory is very advanced in the Arabic world.

The leading light in the world of Islamic magic was Ahmad ibn Ali al-Buni, a 12th-century author whose Luma at al-nuraniyya (Brilliant Lights) investigated the occult properties of the 99 names of God and advised the faithful how they could harness their supernatural power through amulets and talismans. The manuscript here is just one of many highly coloured texts illustrated with tables and diagrams guiding the reader towards supernatural and divine succour.

Shams al-Ma arif al-Kubra, a manuscript copy, beginning of 17th century Ahmad ibn Ali ibn Yusuf al-Buni  (died 1225) was a well known Sufi and writer on the esoteric value of letters and topics relating to mathematics, sihr (sorcery) and spirituality, but very little is known about him. Al-Buni lived in Egypt and learned from many eminent Sufi masters of his time He wrote one of the most famous books of his era, the Shams al-Ma'arif al-Kubra(Sun of the Great Knowledge, Arabic ) which is one of the most widely read medieval treatises on talismans, magic squares and occult practices.
This work rivals the Picatrix in importance. This book was later banned by orthodox Muslims as heretical, but continues to be read and studied.

his complete name is Sharaf al-Din or Shihab al-Din Ahmad ibn Ali ibn Yusuf al-Buni al-Maliki al-ifriqi (born in Annaba, Algeria died 1225) was a well known Sufi and writer on the esoteric value of letters and topics relating to mathematics, sihr (sorcery) and spirituality, but very little is known about him. Al-Buni lived in Egypt and learned from many eminent Sufi masters of his time.

It is stated in his work Manba Usul al-Hikmah (Source of the Essentials of Wisdom) that he acquired his knowledge of the esoteric properties of the letters from his personal teacher Abu Abdillah Shams al-Din al-Asfahani. He in turn received it from Jalal al-Din Abdullah al-Bistami, who in turn received it from Shaykh al-Sarajani, who received it from Qasim al-Sarajani, who received it from Abdullah al-Babani, who received it from Asil al-Din al-Shirazi, who received it from Abu al-Najib al-Sahruwardi, who received it from, Mohammad ibn Mohammad Al-Ghazali al-Tusi, who received it from Ahmad al-Aswad, who received it from Hamad al-Dinuri, who received it from the master Junayd of Baghdad, who received it from Sirri Saqti, who received it from Ma ruf al-Karkhi, who received it from Dawud Tai, who received it from Habib al Ajami, who received it from Imam Hasan al-Basri.

Magical Square:

Al-Buni states in the same work that he acquired his knowledge of magical squares from Siraj al-Din al-Hanafi, who acquired it from Shihab al-Din al-Muqaddasi, who acquired it from Shams al-Din al-Farisi, who acquired it from Shihab al-Din al-Hamadani, who acquired it from Qutb al-Din al-Diyai, who acquired it from Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi, who acquired it from Abu al-Abbas Ahmad ibn al-Turizi, who acquired it from Abu Abdillah al-Qurashi, who acquired it from Abu Madin al-Andalusi.

Art of Letters

He also states that he acquired additional knowledge about the esoteric art of letters and the magical squares from Mohammad  Izz al-Din ibn Jam a, who acquired it from Mohammad al-Sirani, who acquired it from Shihab al-Din al-Hamadani, who acquired it from Qutb al-Din al-Dhiya i, who acquired it from Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi.

Occult Knowledge

Al-Buni also states that he acquired his occult knowledge from Abu al-Abbas Ahmad ibn Maymun al-Qastalani, who acquired it from Abu Abdillah Mohammed al-Qurashi, who acquired it from Abu Madin Shu ayb ibn Hasan al-Ansari al-Andalusi, who received it from Abu Ayyub ibn Abi Sa id al-Sanhaji al-Armuzi, who received it from Abi Muhammad ibn Nur, who received it from Abu al-Fadhl Abdullah ibn Bashr, who received it from Abu Bashr al-Hasan al-Jujari, who received it from Sirri Saqti, who received it from Dawud al-Ta i, who received it from Habib al-A jami, who received it from Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Sirin, who received it from Malik ibn Anas.
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