- A longer Latin version from an Arabic text attributed to Mashallah (maybe a synthesis of a Greek text known as Hermes’ Quadripartite because it is divided into 4 chapters: stars, stones, herbs, images.
- An abridged version divided into 15 chapters, each of them describing a star, a stone, an herb, an image and known as Book of Enoch.
- A column edited in Evans’ book published in 1922 and translated in English by Greer and Warnock.
In 1944 the Dominican friar, philologist and scholar André-Jean Festugière, author of the French translation of the Corpus Hermeticum, wrote a book about the Hermetic magical texts: La Révélation d’Hermès Trismégiste and one of the texts examined was the Quindecim Stellis. This is the translation of the table given by Festugiere.
Table of correspondences of 15 stars
|ALDEBARAN||Ruby||Spurge||God or fighting man|
|ALCYONE||Crystal||Fennel||Lamp or girl|
|CAPUT ALGOL||Diamond||Hellebore||Man’s head with blood on neck|
|CAPELLA||Sapphire||Horehound||Man who takes fun in music|
|SIRIUS||Beryl||Savine||Hare or beautiful girl|
|PROCYON||Agate||Primrose||Cock or three girls|
|COR LEONIS||Garnet||Celandine||Cat or lion or sitting courtier|
|ALA CORVI||Onyx||Burdock||Raven or dove or black man in black clothes|
|SPICA||Emerald||Sage||Bird or merchant|
|ARCTURUS||Jasper||Plantain||Playing man or horse or wolf|
|URSA MINOR||Magnet||Chicory||Calf or bull or thinking man|
|ALPHECCA||Topaz||Rosemary||Crowned man or hen|
|COR SCORPIONIS||Sardonyx & Amethyst||Birthwort||An armed man with a sword in his hand|
|VEGA||Chrysolite||Savory||Vulture or hen, a traveller|
|CAUDA CAPRICORNI||Chalcedony||Marjoram||Goat or angry man|
A. J. Festugière. La revelation d’Hermes Trismegiste. Paris: J. Gabalda, 1944.