A magical & perpetual natural calendar,
containing the Contemplation of the Most Deep and Secret Things with complete knowledge of Philosophy.
A very LARGE and Colorful Replica, like you've never seen before..
Magnum Grimorium sive Calendarium Naturale Magicum Perpetuum
Profundissimam Rerum Secretissimarum Contemplationem Totiusque Philosophiae Cognitionem Complectens.
The Calendarium Naturale Magicum Perpetuum is a late Renaissance grimoire (circa 1619-1620) and an esoteric print of calendar engravings. It comes in three leaves, measuring over four feet long and about two feet wide, and includes an early example of Pentagrammaton.The author in the Frankfurt print is Johann Baptist Grossschedel von Aicha (Frankfurt 1620), and attributes some of the engravings to Tycho Brahe.
The original engraver is Theodor de Bry (German engraver of Flemish origin, 1528-98), as originally published in 1582. The engraver of 1620 used by Grossschedel could be Matthäus Merian the Elder (Swiss engraver, 1593-1650).
Vertical Scroll 20 inches x 50 inches (50cm x 150cm)
Material: Support: Aluminum | Print: Satined Deluxe Fabric.