A textbook of magic.

From Wikipedia:

It is most commonly believed that the term grimoire originated from the Old
French word grammaire, which had initially been used to refer to all books
written in Latin. By the 18th century, the term had gained its now common usage
in France and had begun to be used to refer purely to books of magic, which
Owen Davies presumed was because "many of them continued to circulate in Latin
manuscripts". However, the term grimoire also later developed
into a figure of speech amongst the French indicating something that was hard
or even impossible to understand. It was only in the 19th century, with the
increasing interest in occultism amongst the British following the publication
of Francis Barrett's The Magus (1801), that the term entered the English
language in reference to books of magic.

Some quotes:

“Never commit to memory what can be easily looked up in books”
― Albert Einstein.

“We do not learn, and that what we call learning is only a process
of recollection.”
― Plato

How to use it

Use this repo with your favorite
file search tool, for example:

cd grimoire
grep -rin "word" *

Goal of the year

Every year (starting with this) I'll condenzate all the articles on
every subject over a main file per year, for example, having this

- ms-2013-03-31
- ms-2013-03-32
- ms-2013-03-33

At the end of the year, I'll have:

- ms-2013.mkd