The Greater Key of Solomon is a compilation of Solomonic magic drawn from various manuscripts of the 15th to 17th centuries. It contains information on the operation of conjurations, curses, and spells for summoning supernatural entities, or obtaining powers an abilities by the use of talismans and pentacles. There are instructions on the proper clothing during occult practice, and purification rituals. Other passages focus on attaining invisibility and restoring lost property. Warnings about using these enchantments occur throughout the text.
The Lesser Key of Solomon includes step- by-step guides for invocation, evocations in the Enochian language as well as definitions and explanations for the ancient terms used in the work.
The Testament of Solomon is a pseudoepigraphical work in a first-person narrative, which tells the story of the creation of the magical ring of King Solomon that he used to bind and control various demons. It relates the discourses between the king and the various spirits the story shows how Solomon used his wisdom to resist the guile of the demons and get them to help build the temple.