As promised, I will post for each book one original image and one redrawn by me. I would like to thank the publishers for granting me access to the material, for patiently guiding me though the often illegible Arabic words and names contained in the figures and of course, for letting me put these on my blog.
The drawings in the old Al Tukhi books are quite bad, and were in desperate need of reconstruction. Some of the squares were corrupted (they would be wrong mathematically speaking) and I also had the honor of working on that with the publisher, so the figures could be restored to their original glory, both in Red Magick and in The Forbidden Grimoire of Harut and Marut..
This is one of the magical seals in the original edition:
And this is my rendering:
It's a talisman for the fullfilment of needs, from what we read in the book. Shall not publish all the instructions, the ritual and the conjuration associated with it, as you can find in the book, Red Magick: Grimoire of Djinn Spells and Sorceries, page 64.