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About Doc Solomon’s

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DocSolProductsWe specialize in the creation of obscure and unique ritual tools and ingredients for traditional Solomonic and grimoire workings. We carry holy water, maiden-spun thread, hazel and oak wands, aspergillums (holy water sprinklers), ritual knives, herbal-infused waters and blood substitutes, talismans, parchment, beeswax candles, holy oil, incense, and much more. Visit the Doc Solomon’s Facebook page for up to the minute news and information on our products & services.

Everything we sell is made according to the exacting instructions required by the grimoires (Key of Solomon the King, the Book of Abramelin, etc) – all materials, timing, consecrations, ritual protocols and proscriptions are meticulously observed in the creation of our ritual items.

Hand-Crafted Ritual Tools and Items

AaronAspergillum-2The grimoires are infamous for requiring rare, obscure and hard to obtain items: such as thread hand-spun by a young maiden, ritual tools blessed by a priest, rare herbs and incenses, objects made from specific metals and other materials, rare virgin woods etc. They also require meticulous rituals and consecrations during the time of their making – extending from exactly how and when the materials are gathered to exactly how and when the tools are constructed. Some tools can only be made at certain times of the year, and others require rituals extending over several days or even weeks. We follow all of these requirements to the letter, and we provide a certificate of authenticity with every ritual tool.

Please Note: Because grimoiric tools often require specific timing, rare materials, or lengthy rituals in their creation, we do not carry a large stock of pre-made items. Instead, we make your ritual tool upon order. And, depending on your requirements and our resources, we will consider special orders upon request. Please be aware that there may be a waiting period while we do our work, though we will stay in touch with you throughout the process. Also, some especially rare items may result in limited availability of some tools.

All Doc Sol’s products are made, blessed and/or consecrated by Fr. Aaron Leitch, an ordained Gnostic priest of the Ecclesia Beatae Mariae Angelorum.* Most of the fine art-work is done by Carrie Leitch, a Deacon of the same Church. Wood and metal-working done by Jon Zuilkowski. We also carry magical oils made by Laurie Romano of Anubeion (Laurie is an accomplished conjure worker and Hermetic adept.) We are also pleased to welcome Frater Ashen Chassan – accomplished Goetic conjuror – has also joined our team, and will be making several traditional grimoiric implements.

* Affiliates of Doc Solomon’s are not guaranteed to be ordained Priests. However, Doc Sol’s will only affiliate with trusted adepts and practitioners who properly observe all ritual protocols in the creation and charging, blessing, and/or consecration of their products.)
Father Aaron Leitch and Deacon Carrie Leitch

Father Aaron Leitch and Deacon Carrie Leitch

What is a Grimoire?

Grimoire is a French word meaning “grammar” or “basic instruction book.” It refers especially to a genre of occult texts and spellbooks from medieval and renaissance Europe that combined Church liturgy and ritual with exorcism, witchcraft and folk magick. A great number of them focus specifically upon the evocation of spiritual entities through whom spells can be cast and from whom magickal secrets can be learned. These books represent the culmination of the Western Occult Tradition up to that time, preserving the last remnants of the Old Magick before the rise of the quasi-Masonic Magickal Lodges of the nineteenth century.

What is Solomonic Magick?

Most of the old grimoires are attributed to Biblical heroes such as Moses, Noah, Enoch and King Solomon. (Though this is merely legend, as the grimoires were written thousands of years after these Biblical figures lived.) Without question, it is the Solomonic grimoires that have had the greatest impact on the Western Tradition. Today, even grimoires attributed to other figures are considered part of the overall “Solomonic” tradition. Books like the Key of Solomon the King, The Lemegeton (including The Goetia, Pauline Arts, The Almadel of Solomon and more), The Heptameron, Agrippa’s Three Books of Occult Philosophy, The Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy, Liber Juratis, John Dee’s Enochian Diaries, The Magus, The Grand Grimoire and Grimoirum Verum (to name only a few of hundreds of such texts) are all considered sub-sets of the Solomonic tradition.

Click here to learn more about grimoires and Solomonic mysticism.

Click here to read any of the grimoires for yourself.

Aaron and Carrie performing Solomonic Invocation

Aaron and Carrie performing Solomonic Invocation

Carrie at Work

Carrie at Work

Annie the young spinster

AJ. Spinning Thread

Our policies, and terms & conditions of use include:

Shipping Costs: Doc Solomon’s ships via the U.S. Postal Service. Our website calculates shipping costs automatically, based on the weight and dimensions of the materials ordered. We will always find the most economical shipping methods – and if we can ship it cheaper, we will do so and refund you the difference.  In-stock items are normally shipped within 3 to 7 days.

Data Security: Our customers’ payments are processed through PayPal’s secure servers only. No customer credit card information ever touches the DocSolomons.com website.

Privacy Policy: We will never sell, share or give away our visitors or customers personal information without the visitor or customer’s express written permission. However we may quote excerpts from any messages we receive (except prayer requests) without personally identifying the sender.

Cruelty Free Policy: Doc Solomon’s Occult Curios does not tolerate cruelty to animals and none will be harmed in the creation of our products.

IP Policy: All site content is copyright © 2015 by Aaron Leitch but may be used freely under the terms and conditiouns of the Creative Commons Attribution – Share Alike – Non-Commercial 4.0 license, except where otherwise noted.