Rabbi Avraham Ben Yitzchak of Granada (Rimon) lived in the late 13th early 14th Century CE. He is thought to be the author of Brit Menucha. Some identify him with Rabbi Avraham ben Yitzchak of Narbonne. Scholem disagrees, possibly because it contradicts his thesis that the author of the Zohar is Moshe de Leon.

Brit Menucha - Covenant of Rest

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Known only in restricted circles and closely guarded from unworthy hands, this is one of the most secret books of Kabbalah. It carefully describes the upper worlds in a very ethereal and symbolical language. It uses practical methods and pronunciations of the Divine Names that were employed by the High Priest in the Temple. It describes the names of Angels and Demons, and also explains how to summon them. This text is written for advanced readers who are at the conclusion of their kabbalistic formation.