Some books are just so mysterious reading them is considered dangerous and forbidden.
See a list of the 4 mysterious books:
4. The Lesser Key of Solomon
The lesser key of Solomon is one of the many mysterious Books You Should Never Read
The Lesser Key of Solomon also known as Clavicula Salomonis Regis is a mysterious grimoire of demonology.
Its original authors are unknown, and it’s said to be comprised of texts compiled sometime in the seventeenth century.
The book contains passages on how to conjure spirits of the dead and demons and how to control these entities to do your bidding.
Recipes for love potions and liquors of persuasion are also scattered throughout the book.
This definitely isn’t a book you want to own. It’s reportedly so cursed that it will doom anyone who keeps a copy on their bookshelf.
Those who’ve owned it have reported strange occurrences, like pages turning on their own and books violently flying across the room.
Strange whispers and shadow creatures have also been reported by owners of the manual.
3. The Book of Soyga.
The Book of Soyga is a Latin essay about demonology that dates all the way back to the early sixteenth century.
Only two known copies of The Book of Soyga exist. One was owned by the scholar John Dee, who devoted his entire life to decoding it.
Dee determined that the book was full of dark rituals and incantations. However, he struggled to decipher the final 36 pages.
Obsessed and frustrated, Dee summoned the Archangel Uriel to help with the translation.
2. Tomino’s Hell
Tomino’s Hell is a notoriously cursed poem written by the Japanese writer Yomota Inuhiko. It was first published in 1919 in a book called The Heart is Like a Rolling Stone.
The poem is about a boy named Tomino, who is stricken with guilt and grief following the deaths of his sisters and father.
The poem is imbued with a lot of the author’s own pain and suffering, and it’s believed these qualities have manifested in the form of a curse.
1. The Grand Grimoire.
The Grand Grimoire is one of the most potent and deadly occult books in existence.
It was written sometime in the sixteenth century by a man who was supposedly possessed by the devil. Therefore, it’s often referred to as ‘The Gospel of Satan’.
This book is full of dark incantations and can teach readers how to summon powerful demons and even raise the dead. Of course, wielding these powers comes with a price.
It’s said that anyone who reads The Grand Grimoire is offering their soul to the devil.