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Lemegeton

The Complete Lesser Key of Solomon
by Mitch Henson (Editor), Jeff Wellman (Illustrator)

Carolyn Maccabee's Review:

Clearly, I was justified in suspecting that the editorial staff of ButterFlavored.com was up to something. We are now being asked to review the Lemegeton, also known as the Lesser Key of Solomon. This is a notorious medieval grimoire. I believe some of the reviewers have already attracted the notice of these perverse demonic intelligences through their attentions to the text and sigils. None of these spirits are to be taken lightly. Unfortunately, as is their custom, my colleagues have shrugged off my warnings.

Matt Milton's Review:

Don't bother; it doesn't work. I spent several thousand dollars and tore up my Mom's sitting room drawing symbols and making talismans and stuff so I could summon Sabnach to infect Denise's new boyfriend with "rotten sores filled with worms" but all that happened was that my dog attacked me and I had to go to the hospital and get shots. Also, Sabnach was supposed to build me a tower, but so far I still live in the basement.

Ed Phillips's Review:

Dude, this is whacked. Lemme-get-on isn't even a story or a game or nothing. Its some kind of satanism shit. Cool.

Calvin Schultz's Review:

This is not a review. Do not post this note on the web page. I am not reviewing this book.

Judith Tolbert's Review:

five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six sigils five points six

Grotuu the Unspeakable's Review:

Grotuu was pleased to discover this delightful piece of Earth culture and present it for review here at ButterFlavored.com. Many of the creatures described herein were quite agreeable, although Grotuu found the presence of his lawyer in these negotiations to be invaluable. Grotuu also found many of the demonic forms to be much more pleasing than the teeming life which yet covers this planet. This book is a must-read for any talking monkey who wishes to expiriment with the forces of the netherworld.

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