Talk:The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King
I'm wondering if anyone is aware that there is an article about this already. Goetia and Ars Goetia , as well as The Lesser Key of Solomon. This page might have to be moved, for the second time I see.
Zos 00:44, 13 May 2006 (UTC)
- I thought about that, except that this edition has a lot of unique Crowley material that is worth it's own page. I agree that this artice should be written with a clear link to the main grimoire, followed by a synopses of Crowley's additions. Of course, I can be overruled (I'm just one guy), and the brief Crowley synopsis can be added to the exiting article. Still, the Wiki isn't paper, so I'm okay with a page for Crowley's edition, as long as there is a link to the larger article. –Frater5 (talk/con) 00:59, 13 May 2006 (UTC)
Actually, the page The Lesser Key of Solomon is specifically deemed for the one Mathers and Crowley translated, as well as the info on the older book, from which it was translated. I'm not trying to overrule or anything, and understand you're not giving that impression, although for the sake of clarity, when an administrator sees two pages dealing with the same topic, they will either re-direct or move the content as I had suggested.
93 Zos 01:15, 13 May 2006 (UTC)