The Black Pullet Grimoire is an anonymous French manuscript from around 1740. It was only later that it was dubbed The Black Pullet because of its emphasis on magical practices involving black chickens.
The Black Pullet Grimoire is an enthralling and insightful book about the author’s journey into the world of black magic and sorcery. The author details his research and experiments with various magical rituals, spells, and potions, as well as his encounters with other practitioners of the dark arts.
The book walks the reader through how practitioners have used (and continue to use) the spells in The Black Pullet Grimoire. This includes everything from using chicken blood in love potions to summoning spirits by candlelight – all interwoven with real-life stories from people who have tried these things for themselves.
The book includes numerous illustrations and diagrams to help you understand the procedures described. Overall, this is an excellent resource for anyone interested in delving into the dark side of magic or simply learning more about this frequently misunderstood subject. Whether you want to learn how to perform magic or simply satisfy your curiosity about one aspect of occult culture, this book is a great place to start. This book is ideal for anyone looking for a lighthearted but still fascinating look at the world of witchcraft.