About This Package; "These designs are for seals or amulets to be worn by magicians when invoking certain spirits, devils or fallen angels. They were found in a 16th century manuscript on a dusty shelf in an ancient library.
The images are in the public domain; Liam Quin (*barefootliam) scanned them from a fac simile edition which is also out of copyright. As a result you can use these images commercially or otherwise. If you do use them, please consider linking back to [link] where you can also read the descriptions of the individual images and download the at other resolutions." - *barefootliam
"Oh hell yes! [pun intended] A full high quality set of The Lesser Key seals, going to be real useful to all you deviants who use this sort of content I'm sure.
These brushes are going to be released in two packages, seals 1 to 35 in package one and seals 36 to 72 in package two. There are a couple that have more then one seal for each spirit and we include both, so there are 80 seals in all for a complete set.
Photoshop brushes made in v8.0, the sample size is about 750x750px but the default brush size is set 350px. If you don't use photoshop, or want sizes larger then 750px, see the link in the Related Stock to get copies that will work for you." - *resurgere staff
Related Stock; [click the series name for the most uptodate list]
If you have any questions, please look first to the Resurgere F.A.Q.. If you do not find answers there, then post your question on that page.
That would be because it isn't in fact Crowley's work -- the original manuscripts seem fairly well attested, and date from the 16th century. They are more likely to be connected to Dee and Kelly. Crowley may have worked on one of the "modern" editions, however - it is not clear how much was Mathers and how much was Crowley. But the pictures are said (not only by them) to be much older.
this is interesting. but is it a good idea to use it while it actually mean something bad, like a sign to 'invoking certain spirits, devils or fallen angels'? or did i miss something on the description?