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Thanks for your help:
I would like to thank the following for their help:
My wife Candy for proofreading and many other valuable suggestions.
Giorgio Montanari proofread the entire text of GV, and
provided invaluable help unraveling many difficult passages,
and other valuable suggestions.
Roger Williams for helping and encouraging my work in many ways
Don and Connie Lee for their friendship, advice, and web hosting.
James Wasserman whose tremendous talent and energy were essential for making
the 6/7Moses book possible.
Tomasso Braccini proofread and offered corrections
to the Italian text of GV.
Harmon Pierce provided help on some of the difficult French passages in GV.
Juliette Williams shared her thoughts and photographs of a rare edition of
Blocquel with a beautiful color illustration.
Ioannis Marathakis for providing a lot of information on the Magical Treatise of Solomon,
and for permission to quote his translation of Harleian ms. 5596.
Margaret Tufts Tenney, Head of the Reading Room, Harry Ransom Center,
at The University of Texas at Austin helped arrange high quality
photographs of their collection.
Rhonda Green at the Cleveland Research Center
prepared high quality photographs of their copy of Pierre Mora’s Clavicules.
Robert Ferris for sharing some of his valuable research, and lending me some of his rare books on occasion.
Daniel Harms for his always illuminating and entertaining work.