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Book bound with woman's skin has been in Harvard library for 90 years (www.dailymail.co.uk)

The Ivy League school first learned of the legitimacy of claims that the book, Destines of the Soul, was covered in actual human skin in 2014.

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
16 days ago

That qualifies as a grimoire.

marie
marie
16 days ago

If they can, they will. But don’t worry!
“The human remains are now safely stored by Harvard”
Just like our privacy is safe and under the thumb of those who can do whatever they wilt. No worries.

Nick Danger
Nick Danger
14 days ago

A real grimoire is essentially an ancient version of what witches call a book of shadows. Witches carry essentially a diary of all of their spells. Some have instructions on how to summon demons/angels and how to enchant objects with magical powers such as amulets etc..

Last edited 14 days ago by ncdanger