"Goetia refers to a Sorcery practice of conjuring Angels and Demons to do the Sorcerers bidding as his Genies; its term is derived from the 17th-century Grimoire The Lesser Key of Solomon, which features an Ars Goetia as its first section. It contains descriptions of seventy-two Demons, which was famously edited by Aleister Crowley in 1904 as The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King. It is very likely that the Goetia inspired H.P. Lovecraft's creation of the Necronomicon. The Goetia is one of the very few Grimoires, which mentions a few female Spirits; although they are described as being transvestite male Demons in disguise. Most Grimoires only describe male Angels and Demons, all as Incubi. There is no historical evidence of a Grimoire listing female Spirits, until now! The present book is a Surrealist exploration of an alternate Goetia listing salacious Dakinis (Succubae), whose Reptilian hunger would freak out Crowley and Lovecraft, let alone David Ike; whereby explaining why the Church of Rome never allowed such a book to be created of a very real Necronomicon, which many a fearful Dan Brown Monk did not consider authoring. Covering Sorcery techniques; Mature Readers Only; 108 Pages, Fully Illustrated."