The Veils of Negative Existence and the Qliphoth

•January 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

There are two areas on the Tree of Life that need to be addressed to complete the description of its structure. First, the area above Kether, the first Sephiroth, is called the Veils of Negative Existence. The term “Veils” suggests to us to use these ideas of negative existence as counters with no true value unto themselves but useful in our calculations of the workings of the Tree. It is comprised of the Ain, (negativity), Ain Soph, (the limitless) and Ain Soph Aur (the limitless light). It is out of the last veil that Kether is born. Fortunes calls these “the algebraic symbols that enable us to think of that which transcends thought, and which at the same time hide that which they represent; they are the masks of transcendent realities.” She goes on to say that these are not supposed to be understood, being that they are only “symbols” of the unmanifest, designated only to give the mind suggestions towards certain ideas. However, since these are the unmanifested, the mind really cannot comprehend them. Even though Negative existence is outside our scope of realization, it is important to try to keep in mind that we can turn our minds in the direction of this absolute of unmanifest area, even if we can’t reach it. That’s because all that has been manifested came out of an area of the unmanifested. These are abstract symbols for the mind to ingest, digest, and store for later enlightenment. These abstract symbols are the seeds for thought and new ideas, and she puts it into perspective well by stating that Realization is concretizing the Abstract. Although we may not know it’s nature, we know it’s effects.

The next area is a highly controversial area called the Qliphoth, and although I really don’t know how to pronounce it, I would guess it would be something like kle-foth. I have discovered that this part of the tree is rarely discussed in many of the books and completely avoided like the plague by many practitioners. I had asked one gentleman who has written a few books on Qabalah about this area and he wouldn’t discuss it with me. I had no idea whatsoever that this was such a taboo subject, especially since Dion Fortune does such an excellent job of addressing it. I feel as strongly about this as she did. I believe that working with an intense system as the Kabalah, esoteric initiates owe it to themselves to be educated about the whole system, rather than just part of it. That way they can make better decisions and obtain higher results, through knowing the undesirable aspects as well as the desirable.

This not only gives us an edge, but as Fortune puts it “It is a sound magical maxim not to invoke any force unless you are equipped to deal with its adverse aspect”. She also writes that whoever uses the Tree as a magical system really has no option but to deal with the aspects of the Qliphoth. If one delves into the magical arena long enough, one will inevitably get bit where the sun doesn’t shine if they are not prepared.

Fortune describes the Qliphoth as “aptly termed the evil and averse Sephiroth and are the unbalanced and destructive aspects of the Holy Stations (Sephiroth) themselves”. She goes on to write that “Whoever attempts to work with the positive aspect of a Sephirah must remember that it has a negative aspect” and it’s important to maintain the balance of forces. The Qliphoth is looked at as the place where one finds the Absolute of all averse conditions as in absolute lust, absolute envy, etc. It could be looked at as a reflection of the whole Tree glyph emanating from Kether downward. Or picture yourself standing on a mirror looking down at your reflection extending from your feet. For each Sephiroth has an archangel associated to it, each averse side, or it’s Qliphoth has its demon. It is viewed as the equivalent of proverbial hell, where all the nasty traits or “sins” of human characteristics are concentrated. I neither recommend nor condone anyone to work in this specifically defined area of Qliphoth.

However, after reading this chapter in The Mystical Qabalah several times, I have come to another understanding of Qliphoth, maybe I would even refer to it as “The Lighter Side of Qlipoth”. Fortune made a very profound statement that “We all have the faults of our qualities”. In other words, any of our good qualities taken to the extreme can become undesirable. A person can be the most helpful soul around, but if it is an extreme nature and they help anybody all the time no matter what, they can be a down right butt-in-ski and very irritating. I’ll go out on a limb with my own personal analogy. I was blessed with artistic talent (Netzach), I also inherited the temperament to go with it. I know I am a bit of a perfectionist with my work and myself; if I go overboard with it I can become unreasonable. My personal Qlipoth here is temperament and unreasonability. So I must realize that, and strive to keep these averse characteristics in balance with my good qualities. Fortune gives an example; if one invoking the fiery energy of Mars (Geburah) does so without first purifying oneself, it can lead to the Martian forces going to extremes, becoming destructive and cruel, or vigorous and energetic can fall into oppression.

Fortune makes a point of distinguishing between what the occultist refers to as positive and negative evil, saying that this is an important point in practice because of how this influences our immediate judgment and conduct. She defines Positive evil as “a force which is moving against the current of evolution” and negative as “simply the opposition of an inertia which has not yet been overcome, or momentum that has not been neutralized.” Negative is the strain between opposites and this strain is needed to keep all in check with each other, keeps one from dominion over the others.

“Negative evil is the practical corollary of the principle of Equilibrium.” The universe is held together and perpetuated because of the strain of opposing forces. An example of negative evil is how people view each other……the evangelical fundamentalist views new agers as “evil”, the hippie was viewed as “evil” by the establishment, when in reality, it just depends on the perception or the prejudice eyes of the other side! Fortunes says “Never the less, we cannot dispense with either of these opposing factors if society is to be maintained in a healthy state; between them we achieve a steady progress that neither disorganizes society nor permits it to sink into inertia and decay”. If either side were left unchecked, it would lead to harm. To label one contending force as good and the other as evil is a mistake and can lead to the fundamentalist heresy of dualism. Very important to grasp this. She says that we “cannot deal with evil by destroying it, but only by absorbing and harmonizing it.”

She writes that positive evil is another animal. This is something carried too far, as in a single, dominant political party leading into political corruption. Each side will have its sympathetic followers and it is this Qliphothic force that gives the zealot his abnormal power.

“Each Qliphah arose primarily as an emanation of unbalanced force in the course of the evolution of the corresponding Sephirah. The solution of the problem of evil and its eradication from the world is not achieved through suppression, or destruction, but through its compensation and consequent absorption back into the Sephirah from which it came.” It’s also important to understand that forces in equilibrium are static, neutralized. Progress can not take place in perfect equilibrium. It is not until they become out of balance that the forces are freed for action, and it is only at this point that change and growth can take place. As we come to realize this and understand what our adverse traits are, only then can we attempt to absorb and harmonize them into becoming our virtuous qualities.





•January 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

” Candles and lots of them
” incense, preferably wormwood, white sage.
” image of your intent
” red wine
” Black dagger
” Wormwood (herb)
” Razor
” Silver chalice
” Myrrh oil mixed with frankincense

This rite is to be performed sky-clad if possible, if not possible wear a black robe with nothing underneath.
It is advised to meditate for at least fifteen minutes before beginning ritual.

Facing North, sprinkle wormwood and visualize your (image in this case an association of the fool) of blazing (crimson) before you and say,

“You art the still wind and you art the storm, O Bacchus!”

Facing East, sprinkle wormwood and visualize your (image in this case an association of the fool) of blazing (crimson) before you and say

“You art the utterance of Earth, O Dionysus!”

Facing South, sprinkle wormwood and visualize your (image in this case an association of the fool) of blazing (crimson) before you and say

“You art the rain, tears and blood of All, O Baphomet!”

Facing West, sprinkle wormwood and visualize your (image in this case an association of the fool) of blazing (crimson) before you and say

“You art the fire that consumeth all, O Pan IO!”

With the sacred oil, draw a ZERO upon your for head and say:

” Super nominatim , Capio thee Aleph ut exsisto meus rector super is meus iter itineris.”.

(Upon by name, I take thee Aleph to be my guide upon this my journey).

Sip your chosen elixir and declare aloud:

“Before the mighty and ineffable Gods, and in the presence of all, I acknowledge and confess my past errors. Renouncing all past experiences, I proclaimeth to the Almighties, the true rulers of Earth and Air. I ratify and renew my promise to recognize and honor Them in all things without reservation, desiring in return Their manifold assistance in the successful completion of my endeavors in life and the fulfillment of my desires and destiny.”

Cut hair and with a little blood dropped into the chalice before taking a sip and saying,

“I drink of this sacrifice to affirm within myself that divinity shall manifest according to the natural occurrence of Self-Sacrifice when such a vow of commitment is made. There is no part of me that is not of God. O Serpent of the Universal Truth, intertwine with me and may we dance upon the embers of thine dying Earth. O Mighty Lords, look favorably upon me! Surely as these candles burn before me, let the powers of the air burn within me! Burn those who would defile my path and guide protect me upon path of which I am about to embark with your mighty hands!”

“EGO imbibo illae vitualamen ut confirmo ego ut pradatorius orior oriri ortus secundum ut rectus vicis of meus vitualamen EGO confirmo meus presentia , EGO sum omnipotens. EGO SUM futurus is , EGO SUM preteritus , tendo , posterus quod iam simul , quod EGO SUM totus validus. Ut is est said , sino is exsisto!”

Sprinkle wormwood over the white candle and say (from the “Silver Star”):

” From Kether to Chokma is the path of Absolute Being. It would be foolish to take the Fool for a fool; he is, in fact, the vitality of Bacchus and Dionysus and as youthful as Pan. Lest we forget Zero is the Crown before Ain Soph Aur-the Illimitable. From the vacuum of Infinite Space arises The mother Isis, the daughter of Nuit. The secret of the fool is found in the riddle of the Tetragammaton. The Holy Ghost begat the demiurge. Baphomet beckons the creation of Hirself. In the mouth of the crocodile, an utterance is heard, “I am the Son of Set.” The triads and trinitie Come and go but the fool reveals to Baphomet the necessity of Balance in the spiral Universe. Therein resides Hoor-par-Krat. In nominee IAO, Chokma draws its wisdom from the limitless enlightenment of the Crown of Akasha.”

“EGO particeps illae vitualamen ut EGO affirmae myself EGO vitualamen ego ut EGO affirmar meus presentia intus is universitas quod alius EGO sum omnipotens EGO sum totus validus EGO sum Totus – Unus Fio promptus secundum ut rectus vicis of meus vitualamen ut EGO affirm meus presentia.”

Devour what’s left of the elixir and put your hands out before you. Close your eyes and picture your hands glowing around a Sphere. Continue to expand slowly the Sphere until it gives you the sign of succession.

Mediate on this for as long as it takes for Gnosis to occur, then raise your left hand in the gesture of benediction and declare:

” Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law – So it is done and so now the journey’s begun!”

“Panton est mei impero. Exsisto sic Iam! Is est meus votum , meus penitus , meus cruor is est meus mos!”

Close Temple



Sacrifice – The Rite.

•January 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

This Rite is omnipotent, so please be careful of HOW and WHY you use it. It is the basis of my own personal rituals and it has been given here for those adept ceremonialists. Any questions, you may ask via the page.

Powers of the Kingdoms, be ye under my left foot and in my right hand.
Glory and Eternity, take me by the two shoulders, and direct me in the paths of Victory!

Honor and Justice, be ye the equilibrium and splendor of my life!

Intelligence and Wisdom crown me!

Spirits of Malkuth, lead me betwirt the two pillars which rests the whole edifice of the Temple, which leads me upto the gateways of the Keepers of Time, the whole existence within the Essence.

Angels of Retsab and Hod, establish thee upon the Triune of Yesod!

O’Binael, be ye my love!
Ruach Hochmael, be thou my light!

Be that which thou art and thou shalt be O’Kethersiel.

Jsbimi, assist me in the name of Saddai
Cherubim be my strength in the name of Adonai!
Beni-Elohim, be my brethren in the name of the son and by the powers of Tzabaoth!

Murmur as your form of warrior upon the Gryphon, lend me thought and teach me thine philosophies. And that to which causes souls of the deceased to appear and answer. Chronos, Arathor or Aratron – lend me your magic, alchemy and all your legions. I command thee. To these I appease with my left wrist.

Bael, the shapeshifter. The Mighty, lend me the cloak of invisibility, that which makes men invisible in all realms, grant thee thine wisdom. Hermes, Ophiel lend me the ability to teach the magickal arts. And for these I appease with my right wrist.

Vine as you appear as a lion riding a horse you also carry a viper. Allow me to discover hidden things and reveal to me the presence of witches and occultists. Assist me when I need to declare things past, present and future, building towers, destroying walls and causing storms. This I appease with my left foot.

Buer, the President of Mercurious. The teacher of moreal, natural and logical philosophy, teach me the virtues and the uses of herbs and plants, curing (dis)ease, and for which will enable me to provide familiars. This I appease with my right foot.

Elohim, do battle for me in the name of the Tetragrammaton!
Melachim, protect me in the name of Yod He Vau He!

Seraphim cleanse my love in the name of Elvob.
Hasmalim, enlighten me with the splendors of Elol and Shekinab!
Aernus, act under my command!

Opbanim, revolve and shine!
Bajoth a’Kadosb, cry, speak, roar, bellow!
Kadosh, Kadosh, Kadosh Shaddai, Adonai, Yotchavab, Eleazereie!

As the greater name of Yod He Vau He and as the one true God …..[name here]

I then command thee in the great name of the Tetragrammaton.




Invisibility Formulae

•January 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Please note this version seems a little bit darker than needed. Ie the shroud of concealment is a dark force and can become dangerous rather than being an astral light opening the paths to the Silent Work. Possibly blinded from the profane? I recomend that this formula
is so advanced that a theurgical version be employed working each section one day at a time over nearly two weeks of prayer and invocations.

Invisibility o
A. The shroud of concealment.
B. The magician.
C. The guards of concealment.
D. The astral light to be molded into the shroud.
E. The equation of the symbols in the Sphere of Sensation.
F. The invocation of the Higher; the placing of a barrier without the astral form; the clothing of the same with obscurity through theproper invocation.
G. Formulating clearly the idea of becoming invisible. The formulating of the exact distance at which the shroud should surround the physical body. The Consecration with Nand O, so that their vapor may begin to form a basis for the shroud.
H. The beginning of formulating mentally a shroud of concealment about the operator. The affirmation aloud of the reason and object of the working.

I. Announcement that all is ready for the commencement of the operation. Orator stands in the place of the Hierophant at this stage, placing his left hand in the center of the White Triangle and holding in his right the Lotus Wand by the black end in readiness to concentrate around him the shroud of Darkness and mystery.

11(In this operation as in the two others, under the dominion of S, a pentacle or Telesmata suitable to the matter in hand, may be made use of, which is then treated as is directed for telesmata.) Refer to The Golden Dawn by Israel Regardie.

J. The operator now recites an exorcism of a shroud of Darkness to surround him and render him invisible. Holding the wand by the black end, let him, turning round thrice completely, formulate a triple circle around him, saying, “In the name of the Lord of the Universe, etc., I conjure thee, O shroud of Darkness and of mystery, that thou encirclest me so that I may become invisible, so that seeing me, men see me not, neither understand, but that they may see the thing that they see not, and comprehend not the thing that they behold! So mote it be.”

K. Now, move to the north, face east, and say, “I have set my feet in the north and have said, “I will shroud myself in mystery and concealment.” Then, repeat the oration, “The voice of my Higher Soul, “etc.,” and then command the mystic circumambulation.

L. Move around as usual to the south, halt formulating thyself as shrouded in Darkness, on the right hand the pillar of O, and on the left the pillar of Cloud, but reaching from Darkness to the Glory of the Heavens.

M. Now move from between the pillars thou hast formulated to the west, face west, and say, “Invisible I cannot pass by the gate of the invisible save by the virtue of the name of “Darkness.” Then, formulating forcibly about thee the shroud of Darkness,
say, “Darkness is my name, and concealment. I am the great one invisible of the path of the Shades. I am without fear, though veiled in Darkness, for within me, though unseen, is the magic of Light.”

N. Repeat process in L.

O. Repeat process in M but say, “I am Light shrouded in Darkness.

I am the wielder of the forces of the balance.”

P. Now, concentrating mentally about thee the shroud of concealment, pass to the west of the altar in the place of the Neophyte, face east, remain standing, and rehearse a conjuration by suitable names for the formulating of a shroud of invisibility around and about thee.

Q. Now, address the shroud of Darkness, thus: “Shroud of concealment, long has thou dwelt concealed. Quit the Light, that thou mayest conceal me before men.” Then, carefully formulate the shroud of concealment around thee and say, “I receive thee as a covering and as a guard.” Then the mystic words.

R. Still formulating the shroud, say, “Before all magical manifestation cometh the knowledge of the hidden Light.” Then move to the pillars and give the signs and steps, words etc.. With the Sign of the Enterer, project now thy whole will in one great effort to realize thyself actually fading out and becoming invisible to mortal eyes. In doing this, thou must obtain the effect of thy physical body actually gradually becoming partially invisible to thy natural eyes, as though a veil or cloud were formulating between it and thee (and be very careful not to lose they self-control at this point.) Also at this point is there a certain Divine Exstasis and an exaltation desirable, for herein is a sensation of an exalted strength.

S. Again formulate the shroud as concealing thee and enveloping thee, and thus wrapped up therein, circumambulate the circle thrice.

12 T. Intensely formulating the shroud, stand at the east and proclaim, “Thus have I formulated unto myself a shroud of Darkness and of mystery, as a concealment and guard.”

U. Now rehearse an invocation of all the Divine names of hnyb, that thou mayest retain the shroud of Darkness under thy own proper control and guidance.

V. State clearly to the shroud what it is thy desire to perform therewith.

W. Having obtained the desired effect, and gone about invisible, it is required that thou should conjure the powers of the Light to act against that shroud of Darkness and mystery so as to disintegrate it, lest any force seek to use it as a medium for an obsession, etc.. Therefore, rehearse a conjuration as aforesaid, and then open the shroud and come forth out of the midst thereof, and then disintegrate that shroud by the use of a conjuration to the forces of hnyb to disintegrate and scatter the particles thereof, but affirming that they shall again be readily attracted at thy command. On no account must that shroud of awful mystery be left without such disintegration, seeing that it would speedily attract an occupant which would become a terrible vampire praying upon him who had called it into being. After frequent rehearsals of this operation, the thing may almost be done “per Motem.”



Elite Ritual of Dedication

•January 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

” Kephi perfume/oil
” Black candles
” Square of parchment
” Silver dagger/pin
” Quill-type pen (preferably made from raven feather)
” Kephi incense
” Chalice – with wine of Afrikaisi

Time of Ritual:

Midnight at Dark Moon

The Ritual:

Incense the chosen area or locality with the incense and light the candles.
Take a bath, perfuming the water with the oil – if outdoors, bathe in a
lake/stream and use the oil after this. Return to the Temple area.
Visualize for several minutes the following sigil:


Then vibrate three times ‘Ad eundum quo nemo ante iit He-ka”.

Chant or vibrate after this the following:

“Penetro regnum ut pretergredior extollo ancestors quod liceor muneris super mihi quod vos dedi in veneratio. Recolligo is nox noctis , largior super mihi iam munia of totus.”

Enter the realms that go beyond – raise up ancestors and bid service upon me which you offer in honor. Gather this night, bestow upon me now the gifts of all.

Cut your left thumb with the dagger or prick your left thumb with the pin and with the pen, using the blood, inscribe the following sigil on the parchment:


Show this parchment first to the West, then South, East and North saying ‘With this sign I seal my quest!’ Then burn part of the parchment in one of the candle flames, laying the partially burnt parchment between the candles.

Raise your arms to your chest, cross arms, left over right – as you then visualize the darkness encompassing you and the energy racing through you in this empowerment as you take sip of the “Wine of Afrikaisi” and as you take upon this offering – see before you the blazing sigil of the Trinity of Sacrifice.

Feel the energy race forth, see the darkness, feel the darkness emerge from within to surround you, as you are drawn into Earth by your feet. See the embodiment of the Trinity and see the visions that now take you upon your journey of initiations.

After the visualization, allow the candles to burn safely down. Perform Devocation. Close temple. As soon as possible thereafter, take the parchment and cast it into a fast flowing river or stream. The ritual is then complete.

Record all visions, experiences and outcomes hereafter.

End note:

“Wine of Afrikaisi”
Any blood red wine that has been added, anisette, and amethyst crystal water, to which blood is then added at ritual.




•January 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Aamon (Christian demonology)
Abalam (Christian demonology)
Abalim (Christian demonology)
Abbadon – (Hebrew) – Destroyer. Said to be chief of Demons. Sometimes regarded as the destroying angel.
Abdiel – (Arabic) from “Abd” meaning slave. Lord of slaves/slavery.
Abduxuel – (Enochian) One of the demonic rulers of the lunar mansions.
Abigor (Christian demonology)
Acham – the demon of Thursday.
Aclahayr- (Unk) Of the fourth hour of the Nuctemeron, the genius spirit.
Adad, Addu – (Babylonian, Hittite) god of the storm.
Adramelech (Semitic mythology, Christian demonology)
Adriel – Mansions of the moon among the Enochian demons.
Aeshma, Aesma- (Persian) One of seven archangels of the Persians. Adopted later into Hebrew mythology as Asmodeus – Has been recorded in history for at least three thousand years. Said to be a small hairy demon able to make men perform cruel acts.
Ahazu-demon – the siezer demon of the night.
Agaliarept – (Hebrew) commander of armies. Aussi General of hell – Grimoire of Pope Honorius..
Agares (Christian demonology)
Agathodemon – (Egyptian) a good demon worshipped by the egyptians.
Agramon – (Unk) Demon of fear
Agrat-bat-mahlaht – One of Satan’s wives and demoness of whores.
Ahpuch – (Mayan) devil.
Ahriman (Zoroastrianism)
Aim (Christian demonology)
Alal (Christian demonology)
Alastor – (Unk) Wierius’ cruel demon called “the executioner.”
Aldinach – (Egyptian) A demon who causes natural disasters (i.e. floods, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes).
Allocen- One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.
Allocer (Christian demonology)- (Unk) Grand duke of hell. One of Solomon’s 72 spirits.
Allu (Akkadian mythology)
Alu-Demon – (Semitic) Night demon
Amaimon- One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.
Amaymon (Christian demonology)- Evil Spirit, king of South.
Amdukias (Christian demonology)- The destroyer. Also Amducias – Grand Duke of Hades. According to Wierius a demon of music.
Amduscias (Christian demonology)
Ammit (Egyptian mythology)
Amon, Ammon – (Egyption) Sun God. Much like Lucifer except controls reproduction and life. See also Amaimon, Amoymon, Amaymon, and Aamon.
Amoymon (Christian demonology)
Amy (Christian demonology)- One of the 72 spirits of Solomon. Said to be supreme president of hell. He will trade knowledge for the human soul.
Anamalech – the demon of bad news.
Andhaka (Hinduism)
Andras (Christian demonology)
Andrealphus (Christian demonology)
Andromalius (Christian demonology)
Aquiel – the demon of Sunday.
Arachula – evil spirit in the air.
Ardad – demon that leads travelers astray.
Ascaroth – demon of spies and informers.
Ashtoroth (Christian demonology)
Asmodai (Persian mythology, Jewish folklore, Christian demonology)
Asmodeus (Persian mythology, Christian demonology and Jewish folklore)
Astaroth (Christian demonology)
Asura (Hinduism)
Ayperos (Christian demonology)
Ayporos (Christian demonology)
Aym (Christian demonology)
Azazel / Azaz’el (Jewish demonology)

Baal (Christian demonology)
Balam (Christian demonology)
Balan (Christian demonology)
Barbas (Christian demonology)
Barbatos (Christian demonology)
Bathin (Christian demonology)
Bathym (Christian demonology)
Beal (Christian demonology)
Beale (Christian demonology)
Beall (Christian demonology)
Beball (Christian demonology)
Bechard – the demon of tempests
Bechet – the demon of Friday
Beelzebub (Jewish demonology, Christian demonology)
Behemoth (Jewish demonology)
Belial (Jewish demonology, Christian demonology)
Beleth (Christian demonology)
Belphegor (Christian demonology)
Berith (Christian demonology)
Bifrons (Christian demonology)
Bilet (Christian demonology)
Bileth (Christian demonology)
Bine (Akkadian mythology)
Bitru (Christian demonology)
Bofry (Christian demonology)
Bolfri (Christian demonology)
Bolfry (Christian demonology)
Botis (Christian demonology)
Bucon – the demon of Hatred
Buer (Christian demonology)
Bune (Christian demonology)
Byleth – one of the Kings of Hell.

Caacrinolaas (Christian demonology)
Caassimolar (Christian demonology)
Caim (Christian demonology)
Camio (Christian demonology)
Carabia (Christian demonology)
Caym (Germanic mythology)
Cerbere (Christian demonology)
Cerberus (Greek mythology and Roman mythology)
Charun (Etruscan mythology)
Chax (Christian demonology)
Cheitan – demon born of Smoke.
Cimeies (Christian demonology)
Cimejes (Christian demonology)
Classyalabolas (Christian demonology)
Corson (Christian demonology)
Crocell (Christian demonology)
Culsu (Etruscan mythology)
Curson (Christian demonology)

Dantalion (Christian demonology)
Decarabia (Christian demonology)
Djinn (Islamism)
Drudes (German folklore)

Eligos (Christian demonology)
Euryale (Greek mythology)

Familiars (Christian demonology)
Flavros (Christian demonology)
Flauros (Christian demonology)
Focalor (Christian demonology)
Foraii (Christian demonology)
Foras (Christian demonology)
Forcas (Christian demonology)
Forneus (Christian demonology)
Forras (Christian demonology)
Furcas (Christian demonology)
Furfur (Christian demonology)

Gaap (Christian demonology)
Gamigin (Christian demonology)
Glassia-labolis (Christian demonology)
Glasya-Labolas (Christian demonology)
Goblins (European folklore, Western tradition)
Gomory (Christian demonology)
Gorgons (Greek mythology)
Gremlins (European folklore, Western tradition)
Gremory (Christian demonology)
Grigori (Jewish demonology)
Gualichu (Araucanian mythology)
Gusion (Christian demonology)
Gusoin (Christian demonology)
Gusoyn (Christian demonology)

Haborym (Christian demonology)
Haagenti (Christian demonology)
Halphas (Christian demonology)
Havres (Christian demonology)
Hauras (Christian demonology)
Haures (Christian demonology)
Hiisi / Hiiet
Hiranyaksha (Hinduism)
Humbaba / Huwawa (Akkadian mythology)

Iblis (Islamism)
Incubus (Christian demonology, Chaldean mythology, Jewish folklore)
Ipes (Christian demonology)
Ipos (Christian demonology)

Jinn (Semitic mythology, Arab mythology)

Kimaris (Christian demonology)
Koshchei (Russian mythology)

Labal (Christian demonology)
Lagasse – demon of Hypocrisy.
Lamashtu (Akkadian mythology)
Lamia (Bulgarian folklore, Christian demonology and Greek mythology)
Lanithro – demon of the Air.
Leraje (Christian demonology)
Leraie (Christian demonology)
Leviathan (Jewish demonology, Christian demonology)
Lilin (Jewish folklore)
Lilith (Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology, Jewish folklore)
Lix Tetrax
Lucifer (Christian demonology)

Malaphar (Christian demonology)
Malephar (Christian demonology)
Malphas (Christian demonology)
Malthus (Christian demonology)
Mammon (Christian demonology)
Marax (Christian demonology)
Marbas (Christian demonology)
Marchosias (Christian demonology)
Marthim (Christian demonology)
Mastema (Jewish demonology)
Mastiphal – one of the Princes of Darkness
Mathim (Christian demonology)
Medusa (Greek mythology)
Melchiresa / Melki-resha
Mephistopheles (Christian folklore)
Merihem (Christian demonology)
Molech / Moloch (Semitic mythology, Christian demonology)
Morax (Christian demonology)
Murmur (Christian demonology)

Naberius (Christian demonology)
Naberus (Christian demonology)
Naphula (Christian demonology)
Ninurta (Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology)
Näkki (Finnish mythology)

Oni (Japanese folklore)
Oray (Christian demonology)
Orias (Christian demonology)
Oriax (Christian demonology)
Orobas (Christian demonology)
Orobos (Christian demonology)
Ose (Christian demonology)
Oso (Christian demonology)
Otis (Christian demonology)

Paimon (Christian demonology)
Paimonia (Christian demonology)
Paymon (Christian demonology)
Pazuzu (Sumerian mythology and Akkadian mythology)
Perkele (Latvian, Lithuanian, Prussian & Slavonic mythology)
Phenex (Christian demonology)
Piru (Finnish mythology)
Pithius (Christian demonology)
Pitua (Polynesian mythology)
Procell (Christian demonology)
Pruflas (Christian demonology)
Pruslas (Christian demonology)
Purson (Christian demonology)

Qenna (Egyptian mythology)

Rabisu (Akkadian mythology)
Rahab (Jewish folklore)
Raim (Christian demonology)
Raum (Christian demonology)
Robin Goodfellow (Christian demonology, English folklore)
Ronove (Christian demonology)
Ronwe (Christian demonology)
Rusalka (Slavic mythology)

Sabnacke (Christian demonology)
Sabnock (Christian demonology)
Saleos (Christian demonology)
Sallos (Christian demonology)
Salmac (Christian demonology)
Samael (Jewish demonology)
Samagina (Christian demonology)
Satan (Jewish demonology, Christian demonology, Islamism)
Savnok (Christian demonology)
Scox (Christian demonology)
Sear (Christian demonology)
Seere (Christian demonology)
Seir (Christian demonology)
Semyaz (Jewish demonology)
Separ (Christian demonology)
Shax (Christian demonology)
Shedim (Jewish folklore)
Shedu (Akkadian mythology)
Sidragasum (Christian demonology)
Sitri (Christian demonology)
Sojobo (Japanese mythology)
Sthenno (Greek mythology)
Stolas (Christian demonology)
Stolos (Christian demonology)
Succubus (Sumerian & Akkadian mythology, Jewish folklore)
Surgat (Christian demonology)
Sydonai (Christian demonology)

Tannin (Jewish demonology)
Tap (Christian demonology)
Tenebrion – Spirit of Darkness
Tengu (Japanese folklore)
Thammuz (Christian demonology)
Tipua (Polynesian mythology)
Tonga-Hiti (Polynesian mythology)
Tuchulcha (Etruscan mythology)

Ualac (Christian demonology)
Utukku (Akkadian mythology)
Uvall (Christian demonology)

Vadatajs (Latvian mythology)
Valac (Christian demonology)
Valefar (Christian demonology)
Valefor (Christian demonology)
Valu (Christian demonology)
Vanth (Etruscan mythology)
Vapula (Christian demonology)
Vassago (Christian demonology)
Velns (Latvian mythology)
Vepar (Christian demonology)
Vephar (Christian demonology)
Vine (Christian demonology)
Volac (Christian demonology)
Voso (Christian demonology)
Voval (Christian demonology)
Vual (Christian demonology)
Vuall (Christian demonology)

Wall (Christian demonology)


Yasha (Hinduism, Japanese Buddhism)

Zagan (Christian demonology)
Zepar (Christian demonology)
Ziminiar (Christian demonology)



Breathing Techniques.

•January 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

These techniques are designed to help you get the most out of your practices… But be warned – “Heed the notes!”

#1 Deliberate Breathing

This technique is a conscious one that incorporates the movement of the diaphragm, pushing it upward as you breath in and upon exhale pushing it down. This done automatically with some normalized breathing.

Symptoms: calmness, peace, tranquility, reassurance.

Outcomes: Deliberate breathing allows for relaxation and for a calmness prior to incorporating other breathing techniques.


#2 Bilocal Breathing.

This technique is also a conscious one that is not dissimilar to that of breathing technique #1. However as you inhale you release the diaphragm downward and then as you exhale pull the diaphragm up. This is NOT done automatically and may need practicing.

Symptoms: Light-headedness/dizziness, numbness in peripherals.

Outcomes: A slight shift in consciousness, whilst still relaxed.


#3 Alternate Nostril Breathing.

This technique is practiced as part of Kundalini Yogic exercises. The alternate nostril breathing is taught after the above two. After doing the first breathing exercise a few times, raise one of your hands to your face, palm facing it. Put your thumb by one nostril and your forefinger by the other. Gently put your thumb over the nostril, blocking the passage of air through it. Breathe in the other nostril slowly, using the first technique. Hold the inbreath for a second…concentrating on the stillness….then exhale. Remove your thumb, and put your forefinger on it’s nostril and breathe in…concentrating on the middle…exhale. Continue to alternate with one complete inhale/exhale per thumb/finger. Do this for about eight to ten cycles. You should feel this breathing calming you yet energizing your chakras.

Symptoms: deep relaxation, vibrancy, purification, cleansing, slight shifting.

Outcomes: Enhances the flow of energy consciousness (the feeling of prana) through the diaphragm can be felt from the pressing down and distending of the air into the lower region of the lungs, where most of the blood circulates, then filling through and up to the chest areas from the back to the front and into the upper lungs.


#4 4-fold Breathing.

This technique requires a little practice to master. However this one does come with warning which will be explained shortly. Inhale to the count of four, hold for the count of four, exhale to the count of four, hold for the count of four, inhale to the count of four….. etc. etc.

Warning: Some whom have used this have thought it a good idea to use their heart beat to assist in the counting process. Unwittingly they have not realized that the more relaxed you become and the deeper you go into a meditative state, the SLOWER your heart beat becomes. Therefore your breathing, oxygen levels within your blood can become dangerously low. So be careful when you use this technique.

Symptoms: Slowed heart beat, light-headedness, in some cases nausea.

Outcomes: A slightly heavier shift in consciousness, whilst still meditative.


#5 Odic Breathing.

This technique now becomes a step more difficult. Odic breathing is said to be used by ceremonialists to conjure a deepened meditative state. To begin Odic breathing if you have never done this type of breathwork prior, is to start in small intervals. For a beginner I would wisely suggest only circulate breathing for a count of 10 and then slowly increase this until gnosis level 1 is experienced. Odic breathing is done by inhaling to your lungs capacity and then take 3 more gasps, overfilling your lungs then exhaling naturally.

Symptoms: Light-headedness/dizziness, shortness of breath, tightened chest, tightened trapezium muscle.

Outcomes: A medium – heavy shift in consciousness, a hastened slip into light gnosis level 1.


#6 “Breath of Fire”.

This technique is used widely by the shamans in the Hindu cultures. Especially those whom work with vadrijkalayan and kundalini energies. This technique is advanced in respect to the energy levels attained. Breath of fire ignites and activates the Kundalini fiercely so please be ultra careful when using this technique. This technique is a form of hyperventilating ferociously. Clench your teeth together, open the mouth without unclenching teeth and breath rapidly. (and yes it can be a bit messy, saliva wise, but the outcomes can be profound). With each breath one expands a bit faster and contracts a bit faster until without expanding or contracting completely, a rhythm is felt, and you let that rhythm take over.

Symptoms: Light-headedness/dizziness, numbness in lips, cheeks and peripherals, increased heartrate, heightened heat throughout body, sweating.

Outcomes: A heavy shift in consciousness almost rapidly. Will pull you quickly into the Kundalini energies and used widely by most for INTENSE workings only. Effective for spell-casting, wyvern workings. Breath of Fire will entirely charge the nervous system, causing the glands to secrete and purify the blood. When it is done with certain postures and movements, which are meant to put contracting (drawing in) or expanding (releasing) pressure in nerve plexuses and glandular centers, those areas are made to fire and become completely charged.

As an area becomes charged, the sexual (seminal) fluids are released into the bloodstream and flow to those charged areas, so that gradually those areas will maintain that charge and pranic pressure builds throughout the body converting Bindu (Tamasic and Rajasic energy) to Ojas (Satvic energy), which fills and permeates the entire body and mind. Bit by bit, over a period of just a few weeks combining posture, movement, breath, sound and locks, the entire body will begin to feel magnetically electric and etheric, as the field becomes balanced with an inward dynamo-like force. As this charge builds and polarizes, the mind becomes very still, very clear and bright, and a radiance is felt in and through and around the body and head.


#7 Sufi Breathing.

This technique is another advanced breathing technique, widely used by most sufi practitioners. It involves rhythmic breathing that will assist in heightened gnosis level 2. Rapidly take 2 quick breaths in, by doing so fill your lungs to capacity then exhale forcefully. Used for heavier trade work that has phenomenal outcomes, especially when also riding the energies.

Symptoms: Light-headedness/dizziness, complete numbness, total loss of physical self.

Outcomes: Doing this in cycle will create a natural rhythm that will also assist in reaching gnosis level 2 quickly, some within mere minutes.


Less commonly used but for personal intel only.

Three Part Breath – the easiest and the most profound, can be done anywhere at anytime.

Firstly be comfortably seated or standing, take a deep breath into the abdomen, through the nose, so that it expands out like a balloon. Next continue the inhale to now expand the ribcage with air. Then continue the inhale further to now expand the chest all the way to the upper chest, like a balloon. Then reverse the procedure by exhaling out first from the chest, then the ribcage, then the abdomen. Pulling in on the abdominal muscles at the end of the exhale, getting out all the air. Then reverse the process by breathing in again. Imagine that your torso is a glass and that the glass fills up from the bottom to the top and then empties from the top down to the bottom. Do this for up to 15 minutes.

Bellows Breath – great for charging up with energy or to release stress. It is best if seated and not driving. Spine straight. Imagine that you are blowing a piece of dust out of your nose by sharply pulling in on the abdomen and at the same time blowing air out the nose. Relax and a natural inhale will occur to fill the lungs again. Again, sharply blow air out the nose by pulling in on the abdomen. Continue with the cycle so that your abdomen is functioning like a bellows, blowing air out. Do this for 20 or so cycles and then stop and take a big breath and rest. Do three rounds of 20.

Conscious Connected Breath – It has profound healing and transformational qualities. Can safely be done on own for short times to relax and release stress. Only to be done lying down and for just 15 minutes. Further use of this breath requires the guidance of a trained Rebirther which is used in Maternity training. Begin with a full inhale into the chest through the mouth. Without pausing or holding, immediately allow the exhale to gush out of the mouth without pushing it or holding it back. A simple relaxed exhale. Then without pause begin the inhale again, pulling air up into the chest. Continue with a relaxed exhale as soon as the inhale stops. This is also called the circular connected breath. Meaning that it has no pausing in it at all, but is one continuous loop.


Basic Satanic Opening Ritual

•January 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

This ritual is basically set out, except for the PURPOSE of the Ritual. That, my friends, you will have to consider yourself BEFORE performing this Rite.

CELEBRANT: Ring bell times nine, moving counter-clockwise.

In nomine Magni Dei Nostri Satanas.

From point begun, and fires rise
Sacred space invoked this eve
Embody thy Infernal Cries
Demons come, as the light now leaves.


Demon Master of Armorment and Weaponry
Demon of ingenious discoveries and inventions

I invoke thee O’Belphegore
Mighty Demon of Armorment
Master of Weaponry
Demon of discoveries and inventions
Guardian of thine own.
I invoke thee into this space, this lodge
My spirit, my mind, my body
I command thee to be one with me
With the one who Hails unto thee great One
Unto mine will
Let it be so.

She-Demon – Chaos Dragon. Serpent, the raging sea. Snake worship.
Water Elemental. Grand admiral of hell. Androgynous One.
I invoke thee O’Leviathan
Mighty She-Demon of Chaos
Grand admiral of Hell
Androgynous One.
Guardian of thine own.
I invoke thee into this space, this lodge
My spirit, my mind, my body
I command thee to be one with me
With the one who Hails unto thee great One
Unto mine will
Let it be so.

Grand President of Hell, commander of forty legions.
Builder of impregnable citadels and towers.

I invoke thee O’Malphas
Grand President of Hell
Commander of forty Legions
Builder of impregnable towers.
Guardian of thine own.
I invoke thee into this space, this lodge
My spirit, my mind, my body
I command thee to be one with me
With the one who Hails unto thee great One
Unto mine will
Let it be so.

God of Magick.
God of learning, wisdom, and magic.

I invoke thee O’Thoth
God of Learning
God of Wisdom
God of Magick.
Guardian of thine own.
I invoke thee into this space, this lodge
My spirit, my mind, my body
I command thee to be one with me
With the one who Hails unto thee great One
Unto mine will
Let it be so.


South-West – Antimony – Frees the spirit of man, allowing the animal nature to become free.

North-West – Sulphur – grounding force, yet the element of essential life.

South-East – Phospherous – aids righteousness of works and as it has light giving properties, also associative of the “light/right hand” paths, as light ascends. (astral form)

North-East – Mercury – transcender of liquid and solid states. Transcends life/death and heaven/earth.
Grounding force without the limitation of the physical form.


Behold!, saith Satan, I am a circle on whose hands stand the Twelve Kingdoms. Six are the seats of living breath, the rest are as sharp as sickles, or the Horns of Death. Therein the creatures of Earth are and are not, except in mine own hands which sleep and shall rise!

In the first I made ye stewards and placed ye in the Twelve seats of government, giving unto every one of you power successively over the Nine true ages of time, so that from the highest vessels and the corners of your governments you might work my power, pouring down the fires of life and increase continually on the Earth. Thus you are become the skirts of justice and truth. In Satan’s name, rise up! Show yourselves!

Behold!, his mercies flourish, and his name is become mighty among us. In whom we say: Move!, Ascend!, and apply yourselves unto us as the partakers of His secret wisdom in your creation!



Perform banishing

CELEBRANT: Ring bell times nine, moving counter-clockwise.

Close Temple.



Rituals and Spell Objectives and Design in Eight Magics

•December 1, 2013 • Leave a Comment

by Pete Carroll


Our perceptual and conceptual apparatus creates a fourfold division of matter into the space, time, mass, and energy tautology. Similarly, our instinctual drives create an eightfold division of magic. The eight forms of magic are conveniently denoted by colours having emotional significance:
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ORANGE, /_______| |______\ BLUE,
THINKING <________| |_______> WEALTH MAGIC
MAGIC \ | | /
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The eight types of magic can be attributed to the seven classical “planets”, plus Uranus for Octarine. However in the cause of expanding the parameters of what can be attempted with each of these forms of magic, such an attribution will largely be avoided. The eight forms of magic will each be considered in turn.
Octarine Magic

Following Pratchett’s hypothesis, the eighth colour of the spectrum, which is the magicians personal perception of the “colour of magic”, may be called octarine. For me, this is a particular shade of electric pinkish-purple. My most signifikant optical visions have all occured in this hue, and I visualise it to colour many of my more important spells and sigils on the astral. Before I set sail in a handmade open boat through the Arabian Sea I was tricked into accepting a huge and priceless star ruby by a wizard in India. It was of an exactly octarine hue. During the most violent typhoon I have ever experienced I found myself shrieking my conjurations to Thor and Poseidon whilst clinging to the bowsprit as mountainous waves smashed into the boat and octarine lightning bolts crashed into the sea all around. Looking back it seems miraculous that I and my crew survived. I have kept the octarine stone, uncertain as to whether it was passed to me as a curse, a joke, a blessing, or a test, or all of these things.
Other magicians perceive octarine in different ways. My personal perception of octarine is probably a consequence of sex (purple) and anger (red) being my most effective forms of gnosis. Each should seek out the colour of magic for himself.

The octarine power is our instinctual drive towards magic, which, if allowed to flower, creates the magician self or personality in the psyche, and in affinity with various magician god forms. The “Magician Self” varies naturally between magicians, but has the general characteristics of antinomianism and deviousness, with a predilection for manipulation and the bizarre. The antinomianism of the magician self arises partly from the general estrangement of our culture from magic. The magicial self therefore tends to take an interest in everything that does not exist, or should not exist, acording to ordinary consensus reality. To the magician self, “Nothing is Unnatural”. A statement full of endless meanings. The deviousness of the magician self is a natural extension of the sleight of mind required to manipulate the unseen. The god forms of the octarine power are those which correspond most closely with the characteristics of the magician self, and are usually the magicians most important modes of possession for purely magical inspiration. Baphomet, Pan, Odin, Loki, Tiamat, Ptah, Eris, Hekate, Babalon, Lilith and Ishtar are examples of god forms which can be used in this way.

Alternatively the magician may wish to formulate a magician god form on a purely idiosyncratic basis, in which case the symbolism of the serpent and the planet Uranus often prove useful starting points.

The magician can invoke such god forms for the illumination of various aspects of the magical self, and for various works of pure rather than applied magic. The category of pure magic includes such activities as the development of magical theories and philosophies, and magical training programs, the devising of symbolic systems for use in divinations, spells and incantations, and also the creation of magical languages for similar purposes. It is worth noting here that chaos-magical languages are usually now written in V-Prime before transliteration into magical barbaric form. V-Prime or Vernacular Prime is simply one’s native tongue in which all use of all tenses of the verb “to be” is omitted in accordance with quantum metaphysics. All the nonsense of transcendentalism disappears quite naturally once this tactic is adopted. There is no being, all is doing.

The octarine power is invoked to inspire the magician self and to expand the magicians primary arcana. The primary personal arcana consists of the fundamental symbols with which he interprets and interacts with reality (whatever that may assault perception as), magically. These symbols may be theories or kabbalas, obsessions, magical weapons, astral or physical, or indeed anything which relates to the practice of magic generally, that is not dedicated specifically to one of the other powers of applied magic, whose symbols form the secondary personal arcana of magic.

From the vantage point of the octarine gnosis, the magician self should be able to perceive the selves of the other seven powers, and be able to see their interrelationship within his total organism. Thus the octarine power brings some ability in psychiatry, which is the adjustment of the relationship between the selves in an organism. The basis difference between a magician and a civilian is that the latter the octarine power is vestigial or undeveloped. The normal resting or neutral mode a civilian corresponds to a mild expression of the yellow power which he regards as his normal personality or “ego”. The magician self however, is fully aware that this is but one of eight major tools that the organism possesses. Thus, in a sense, the “normal personality” of the magician is a tool of his magical self (and, importantly, vice versa). This realisation gives him some advantage over ordinary people. However the developing magical self will soon realize that it is not in itself superior to the other selves that the organism consists of, for there are many things they can do which it cannot.

The development of the octarine power through the philosophy and practice of magic tends to provide the magician with a second major centre amongst the selves to complement the ego of the yellow power. The awakening of the octarine power is sometimes known as “being bitten by the serpent”. Those who have been, are usually as instantly recognisable to each other as, for example, two lifeboat survivors are.

Perhaps one of the greatest tricks of sleight of mind is to allow the magician self and the ego to dance together within the psyche without undue conflict. The magician who is unable to disguise himself as an ordinary person, or who is unable to act independently of his own ego, is no magician at all.

Nevertheless, the growth of the octarine, or eighth power of the self, and the discovery of the type of magician one wants to be, and the identification or synthesis of a god form to represent it, tend to create something of a mutant being, who has advanced into a paradigm that few others are aware of. It is not easy to turn back once the jouney has begun, though quite a few have tried to abort the voyage with various narcotics including mysticism. It is a pilgrimage to an unknown destination, in which one awakes successively from one nightmare into another. Some on them appear vastly entertaining at the time. There are worlds within us, the abysses are just the initiations in between them.

The evocation of an octarine servitor can create an invaluable tool for those engaged in magical research. The main functions of such entities are usually to assist in the discovery of useful information and contacts. Negative results should not be ignored here, the complete failure of a well prepared servitor to retrieve information about the hypothetical cosmic “big bang”, was a contributory factor in the development of the Fiat Nox theory, for example.

Black Magic

The Death programs built into our genetic and hence behavioral and emotional structure are the price we pay for the capacity for sexual reproduction which alone allows for evolutionary change. Only organisms which reproduce asexually, to replicate endless identical copies of their very simple forms, are immortal. Two conjunctions with the black power are of particular interest to the magician: the casting of destruction spells and the avoidance of premature death.
So called “Chod” rites are a ritual rehearsal of death in which the Death-self is invoked to manifest its knowledge and wisdom. Traditionally conceived of as a black robed skeletal figure armed with a scythe, the Death-self is privy to the mysteries of ageing, senescence, morbidity, necrosis, entropy and decay. It is often also possessed of a rather wry and world weary sense of humour.

Surrounding himself with all the symbols and paraphernalia of death, the magician invokes his Death-self in a Chod rite for one of the two purposes. Firstly the experience of the Death-self and the black gnosis brings the knowledge of what it feels like to begin dying and thus prepares the magician to resist the manifestation of actual premature death in himself and perhaps others by, as it were, knowing the enemy. A demon is just a god acting out of turn. In the course of various Chod rites the magician may well experiment in shamanic style by invoking into himself the visualised entities and symbols that he associates with various diseases, to practice banishing them. Thus the Death-self has some uses in medical diagnosis and divination.

Secondly, the death-self may be invoked as a vantage point from which to cast destruction spells. In this case the invocation takes the same general form but the conjuration is usually called an Entropy Rite. One should always look for any possible alternative to the exercise of destructive magic, for to be forced into the position of having to use it is a position of weakness. In each case the magician must plant in his subconscious a mechanism by which the target could come to grief and then project it with the aid of a sigil or perhaps an evoked servitor. Entropy magic works by sending information to the target which encourages auto-destructive behaviour.

Entropy magic differs from Combat magic of the Red Gnosis in several important respects. Entropy magic is always performed with complete stealth in the cold fury of the black saturine gnosis. The aim is a cold blooded surgical strike of which the target is given no warning. The magician is not interested in getting into a fight, merely in a quick and efficient kill. The supreme advantage of such attacks is that they are rarely perceived as such by the targets who have nothing but themselves and blind chance to blame for the disasters which even magnanimity in victory does little to assuage. One disadvantage however, is that it is rather difficult to present invoices to clients for effects that appear to be due entirely to natural causes.

God forms of the black power are legion; if the simple form of a cloaked skeleton with scythe does not adequately symbolise the Death-self then such forms as Charon, Thanatos, Saturn, Chronos, Hekate the Hag, Dark sister Atropos, Anubis, Yama and Kali may serve.

Servitors of the black power are rarely established for long term general use, partly because their use is likely to be infrequent and partly because they can be danger to their owner, thus they tend to be made and dispatched for specific single tasks.

Blue Magic

Wealth is not to be measured in terms of assets, but rather in terms of how much control over people and material, and thus ultimately one’s own experiences, one achieves by economic activities. Money is an abstract concept used to quantify economic activity, thus wealth is a measure of how well you control your experiences with money. Assuming that varied, exciting, unusual and stimulating experiences are preferable to dull ones, and that they tend to be expensive for this reason, then the main problem for most people is to find a highly efficient form of money input which has the above agreeable qualities. The aim of wealth magic is to establish a large turnover of money which allows agreeable experiences at both the input and output stages. This demands what is called Money Consciousness.
Money has acquired all the characteristics of a “spiritual” being. It is invisible and intangible, coinage, notes and electronic numbers are not money. They are merely representations or talismans of something which economists cannot coherently define. Yet although it is itself intangible and invisible it can create powerful effects on reality. Money has its own personality and idiosyncratic tastes, it avoids those who blaspheme it, and flows towards those who treat it in the way it likes. In a suitable environment it will even reproduce itself. The nature of the money spirit is movement, money likes to move. If it is hoarded and not used, it slowly dies. Money thus prefers to manifest as turnover rather than as unexploited assets. Monies surplus to immediate pleasure should be re-invested as a further evocation, but the truly money conscious find that even their pleasures make money for them. Money consciousness gets paid to enjoy itself. Those in money consciousness are by nature generous. Offer them an interesting investment and they will offer you a fortune. Just don’t ask for small cash handouts.

The attainment of money consciousness and the invokation of the Wealth-self consists of the acquisition of a thorough knowledge of the predilections of the spirit of money and a thorough exploration of personal desires. When both of these have been understood, real wealth manifests effortlessly.

Such invocations must be handled with care. The blue gnosis of wealth and desire creates demons as easily as gods. Many contemporary success and sales seminars concentrate on creating an hysterical desire for money coupled with an equally hypertrophied desire for the mere symbols of wealth rather than the experiences the punters actually want. To work like a possessed maniac all day for the questionable pleasure of drinking oneself into near oblivion on vintage champagne every night, is to have missed the point entirely and to have a entered a condition of anti-wealth.

However, the majority of those who are poor in relatively free societies where others are rich, owe their poverty either to a lack of understanding of how money behaves, or to negative feelings which tend to repel it. Neither intelligence nor investment capital are required in any great degree to become wealthy. The popularity of tales about the misery and misfortunes of the rich is testimony to the ridiculous myth prevalent amongst the poor, that the rich are unhappy. Before beginning works of blue magic it is essential to seriously examine all negative thoughts and feelings about money and to exorcise them. Most of the poor people who win in lotteries, and only the poor regularly enter them, manage to have nothing to show for it a couple years later. It is as if some subconscious force somehow got rid of something they felt they did not really deserve or want. People tend to have the degree of wealth that they deeply believe they should have. Blue magic is the modification of that belief through ritual enactment of alternative beliefs.

Blue magic rituals may thus involve exorcisms of negative attitudes to wealth, divinatory explorations of one’s deepest desires, and invocations of the Wealth-self and the spirit of money during which the subconscious wealth level is adjusted by ritual expression of a new value, and affirmations of new projects for the investment of resources and efford are made. Hymns and incantations to money can be delivered. Cheques for startling sums can be written to oneself and desires can be proclaimed and visualised. Various traditional god forms with a prosperity aspect can be used to express the Wealth-self such as Jupiter, Zeus and the mythical Midas and Croesus.

Simple money spells are rarely used in modern blue magic. The tendency nowadays is to cast spells designed to enhance schemes designed to make money. If one fails to provide a mechanism through which money can manifest then either nothing will happen or the spell will flesh by strange means, such as a legacy from the untimely death of a much beloved relative for example. Serious blue magic is never attempted by conventional forms of gambling. Conventional gambling is an expensive way of buying experiences which have nothing to do with increasing one’s wealth. Blue magic is a matter of carefully calculated investment. Anyone but a fool should be able to devise an investment that offers better odds than conventional forms of gambling.

Red Magic

As soon as humanity developed the organisation and weapons technology to defeat its main natural predators and competitors it seems to have applied a fierce selection mechanism to itself in the form of internecine warfare. Many of the qualities we regard as marks of our evolutionary success, such as our opposable thumbs and tool handling abilities, our capacity for communication by sound, our upright posture, and our capacity to give and receive commands and discipline, were almost certainly selected for during millennia of organized armed conflict between human bands. Our morality reflects our bloody history, for whilst it is taboo to attack members of one’s own tribe, it remains one’s duty to attack foreigners. The only debate is over who constitutes one’s own tribe. When enthusiasm for war is limited, we devise sports and games in which to express our aggression. From the whole ethos and terminology of sport it is plain that sport is just war with extra rules.
However, it should not be supposed that war is completely without rules. Wars are fought to improve one’s bargaining position; in war the enemy group is a resource that one wishes to gain some measure of control over. Wars are fought to intimidate one’s adversaries, not to exterminate them. Genocide is not war.

The structure and conduct of war reflects the “fight or flight” program built into our sympathetic nervous system. In battle, the aim is to intimidate the enemy out of the fight mode and into flight mode. Thus, assuming there is sufficient parity of force to make a fight seem worthwhile to both parties, morale is the decisive factor in conflict. Indeed, it is the decisive factor in virtually any inter-human competitive, sporting or military encounter.

Red magic has two aspects, firstly the invocation of the vitality, aggression, and morale to sustain oneself in any conflict from life in general to outright war, and secondly the conduct of actual combat magic. A variety of god forms exist in which the War-self can be expressed, although hybrid or purely idiosyncratic forms work just as well. Ares, Ishtar, Ogoun, Thor, Mars, Mithras and Horus in particular are often used. Contemporary symbolism should not be neglected. Firearms and explosives are as welcoming to the red gnosis as swords and spears. Drums are virtually indispensable. Sigils drawn in flammable liquids, or indeed whole flaming circles in which to invoke should be considered.

Combat magic is usually practised openly with the adversary being publicly threatened and cursed, or finding himself the recipient of an unpleasant looking talisman, spell or rune. The aim is intimidation and control of one’s adversary who must therefore be made as paranoid as possible and informed of the origin of the attack. Otherwise combat magic takes the same general form as that used in Entropy Rites, with sigils and servitors carrying auto-destructive information to the target, although with sub-lethal intent.

However, the real skill of red magic is to be able to present such an overwhelming glamour of personal vitality, morale and potential for aggression that the exercise of combat magic is never required.

Yellow Magic

Most of the extant texts on what is traditionally called “solar magic”, contradict each other or suffer from internal confusion. Astrological commentaries on the supposed powers of the sun are amongst the most idiotic nonsense that discipline can produce. This is because the yellow power has four distinct but related forms of manifestation within the psyche. This fourfold division has led to immense problems in psychology, where various schools of thought have chosen to emphasise one in particular and to ignore those which other schools have alighted upon.
The four aspects can be characterised as follows. Firstly the Ego, or self image, which is simply the model the mind has of the general personality, but excluding most of the extreme behaviour patterns that the selves are capable of. Secondly Charisma, which is the degree of self-confidence that a person projects to others. Thirdly, something for which there is no single English term, but which can be called Laughter-Creativity. Fourthly, the urge to Assertion and Dominance. All these things are manifestations of the same yellow power; although their relative emphasis varies greatly between individuals.

Success in most human societies usually results from a skilful expression of the yellow power. The strength of the yellow power in an individual seems to bear a direct relationship to levels of the sexual hormone testosterone in both sexes; although its expression depends on personal psychology. There is a complex interplay between testosterone levels, self image, creativity, social status and sexual urges, even if they are unexpressed. In esoteric terms, the moon is the secret power behind the sun, as most female magicians realise instinctively, and most male magicians discover sooner or later. The Ego gradually accretes through the accidents of childhood and adolescence, and, in the absence of particularly powerful experiences thereafter, remains fairly constant even if it contains highly dysfunctional elements. Any type of invocation should make some difference to the ego, but direct work with it can achieve much more. Several tricks are involved here. The very recognition of the ego implies that change is possible. Only those who realize that they own a personality rather than consis of a personality, can modify it. For most people a preparation of a detailed inventory of their own personality is a very difficult and unsettling activity. Yet once it is done it is usually quite easy to decide what changes are desirable.

Changes to the Ego or self image or personality by magic are classed as works of Illumination and are mainly accomplished by Retroactive Enchantment and Invocation. Retroactive Enchantment in this case consits of re-writing one’s personal history. As our history largely defines our future, we can change our future by redefining our past. Everybody has some capacity to re-interpret things which were considered to have gone wrong in the past in a more favourable light, but most fail to pursue the process to the full. One cannot eliminate disabling memories, but by an effort of visualisation and imagination one can write in parallel enabling memories of what might also have happened, to neutralise the originals. One can also, where possible, modify any remaining physical evidence that favours the disabling memory.

Invocations to modify the ego are ritual enchantments and personifications of the new desired qualities. Attention should be given to planned changes of dress, tone of speech, gesture, mannerisms and body posture which will best suit the new ego. One manoeuvre frequently used in yellow magic is to practice the manifestation of an alternative personality with a specific mnemonic trigger, such as the transference of a ring from one finger to another.

Various god forms such as Ra, Helios, Mithras, Apollo and Baldur are useful to structure fresh manifestations of the ego, and for experiments with the other three qualities of the yellow power.

Charisma, the projection of an aura of self confidence, is based on a simple trick. After a short while there is no difference at all between the pretence and the actuality of self confidence. Anyone wishing to remedy a lack of confidence and charisma, and uncertain as to how to begin pretending to these qualities, may find that a day or two spent pretending to absolute zero self confidence will quickly reveal both the effectiveness of pretence and the specific thoughts, words, gestures and postures required to project either pretence.

Laughter and Creativity may not immediately seem to be related, but humour depends on the sudden forging of a new connection between disparate concepts, and we laugh at our own creativity in forging the connection. Exactly the same form of elation arises from other forms of creative activity, and if the insight comes suddenly, laughter results. If you don’t laugh when you see a seriously brilliant piece of mathematics then you have not really understood it. It also take a degree of positive self-esteem and confidence to laugh at something creatively funny. Persons of low self-esteem tend only to laugh at destructive humour and the misfortunes of others, if they laugh at all.

Laughter is often an important factor in the invocations of the god forms of the yellow power. Solemnity is not a prerequisite for ritual. Laughter is also a useful tactic in drawing conscious attention away from sigils or other magical conjurations once they are finished with. The deliberate forcing of hysterical laughter may seem an absurd way of ending an enchantment or an invocation, but it has been found to be remarkably effective in practice. This is yet another sleight of mind manoeuvre which prevents conscious deliberation.

The “pecking order” within most groups of social animals is usually immediately obvious to us, and the animals themselves. Yet within our own society such dominance hierarchies are equally prevalent within all social groups; although we go to quite extreme lengths to disguise this to ourselves. The human situation is further complicated by the tendency of individuals to belong to many groups in which they may have different degrees of social status, and status is often partly dependent on specialist abilities other than displays of naked force.

However, assuming that a person can appear competent in the specialist ability that a social group requires, that person’s position in the group depends almost entirely on the degree of assertion and dominance that person exhibits. It is basically exhibited through non-verbal behaviour which everybody understands intuitively or subconsciously but which most people fail to understand rationally. As a consequence they cannot manipulate it deliberately. Typical dominance behaviours involve talking loudly and slowly, using lots of eye contact, interrupting the speech of others whilst resisting the interruption of others, maintaining an upright posture of concealed threat, invading the personal space of others whilst resisting intrusion into one’s own, and placing oneself strategically in any space at the focus of attention. In cultures where touching is frequent, the dominant always initiate it, or pointedly refuse it. Either way, they control it.

Submissive behaviour is of course the reverse of all the above, and appears quite spontaneously in response to successful dominance from others. There is a two way interaction between dominance behaviour and hormone levels. If the levels change for medical reasons then the behaviour tends to change, but more importantly, from a magical point of view, a deliberate change of behaviour will modify hormone levels. Fake it till you make it. There is nothing particularly occult about the way some people are able to control others. We simply fail to notice how it is done because nearly all the behavioural signals involved are exchanged subconsciously. Dominance signals do not tend to work if their recipients perceive them consciously. Thus in most situations they must be delivered subtly and with gradually increasing intensity. One of the few situations where such signals are exchanged deliberately is in military hierarchies, but this is only possible because of the immense capacity for direct physical coercion that such systems exhibit. Break the formal rules of non-verbal communication with an officer and he will have a sergeant instil some submission by direct means. Eventually the formal rules become internalised and function automatically, allowing enough obedience to permit mass self-sacrifice and slaughter. The yellow power is the root of most of the best and the worst of what we are capable.

Green Magic

There is inevitable a considerable overlap in what is written in popular magic books on the subject of venusian (love) and lunar (sex) magic. Consequently a planetary nomenclature has been largely avoided in this text. Although love magic is frequently performed in support of sexual objectives, this chapter will confine itself to the arts of making other people friendly, loyal and affectionate towards oneself.
Friends are probably anyone’s greatest asset. My adress book is easily my most valuable possession. As with erotic attraction, it is first necessary to like oneself before others will. This ability can be enhanced by appropriate invocations of the green power. Most people find it easy to elicit friendliness from people that they like themselves; but making persons who are not disposed to friendship towards you, become friendly, and making persons who you do not like at all friendly towards you, are valuable abilities. An unreciprocated friendship is a disability only to the person offering it.

Invocations to the green power should begin with self-love; an attempt to see the wonderful side of every self one consists of, and then proceed into a ritual affirmation of the beauty and loveability of all things and all people. Suitable god forms for the Love-self include Venus, Aphrodite and the mythical Narcissus, whose myth merely reflects a certain male prejudice against this type of invocation.

From within the green gnosis, spells to make people friendly may be cast by simple enchantment or by the use of entities created for this purpose. However it is in face to face meetings that the empathic abilities stimulated by the invocation work most effectively. Apart from the obvious manoeuvres of showing interest in everything the target has to say and affirming and sympathising with most of it, there is another critical factor called “behavioral matching”, which usually takes place subconsciously. Basically, in the absence of overtly hostile postures on the part of the target, one should attempt to match the non-verbal behaviour of the target precisely. Sit or stand in the identical bodily posture, make the same movements, use the same degree of eye contact, and talk for similar intervals. As with dominance behaviour, such signals only work if they are not consciously perceived by the recipient. Do not move to match the target’s moves and postures immediately. It is also essential to try and match the verbal behaviour and to communicate with the same level of intelligence, social status and sense of humour as the target.

Before I made myself wealthy, I used to practice these abilities when hitch-hiking. Soon, even people whom I found quite ghastly were buying me lunch and transporting me far out of their way. Empathy will get you anywhere.

Orange Magic

Charlatanry, trickery, living by one’s wits and thinking fast on one’s feet are the essence of the orange power. These mercurial abilities were traditionally associated with the god forms which acted as patrons to doctors, magicians, gamblers and thieves. However the profession of medicine has now partly dissociated itself from charlatanry since doctors discovered that antibiotics and hygienic surgery actually worked. Nevertheless about eighty percent of medications are still basically placebos, and the profession still retains the mercurial caduceus for its emblem. Similarly the profession of magic has become less dependant on charlatanry with the discovery of the quantum-probabilistic nature of enchantment and divination and the virtual abandonment of classical alchemy and astrology. Pure magic is now best described as an expression of the octarine power, having an Uranian character. Yet charlatanry still has its place in magic as in medicine. Let us not forget that all “conjuring tricks” were once part of the shamanic warm up repertoire in which something lost or destroyed is miraculously restored by the magician to get the audience in the right mood before the serious business of placebo healing began. In its classical form, the magician puts a dead rabbit in a hat before pulling out a live one.
To the list of professions drawing heavily on the orange power one must now add salesman, confidence trickster, stockbroker and indeed any profession with an extreme heart attack rating. The motive power of the orange gnosis is basically fear, a species of fear which does not inhibit the user, but rather creates an extraordinary nervous speed that produces quick moves and answers in tight corners.

The apotheosis of the Wit-self is the ability to enter that state of mental overdrive in which the fast response is always forthcoming. This ability is,, paradoxically enough, created by not thinking about thinking, but rather allowing anxiety to partially paralyse the inhibitory process themselves so that the subconscious can throw out a quick witted response without conscious deliberation.

Invocations of the orange power are best delivered at frantic speed and gnosis can be deepened by the performance of mentally demanding tasks such as adding up large lists of numbers in one’s head or ripping open envelopes containing difficult questions and answering them instantly; activities which should be persisted with until a breakthrough to the experience of thinking without deliberation is achieved. Varied god forms can be used to give form to the Wit-self. Hermes, Loki, Coyote the Trickster and the Roman Mercurius are often employed.

Orange magic is usually restricted to invocations designed to enhance general quick wittedness in secular activities such as gambling, crime and intellectual pursuits. Enchantments and evocations performed subsequent to an invocation of the orange gnosis rarely seem to give results as effective as the invocation itself in my experience. Perhaps something should be said about crime and gambling for the benefit of those hotheads who may misunderstand what can be done with orange magic in support of such activities. Theft is ludicrously easy performed methodically yet the majority of thieves get caught after a while because they become addicted to anxiety, which they experience as excitement and start taking risks to increase it. The novice thief who, in state of extreme anxiety, takes something in a situation of zero risk, does not of course get caught and neither does the careful professional. However there are few careful professionals because there are far easier ways of making money in most societies for people with that kind of ability. The great majority of thieves however always manage to find some way of incriminating themselves because the anxiety of the theft itself fades, only the anxiety of punishment remains. Those quick witted and outwardly cool enough to thieve successfully can easily make more from salesmanship.

There are three types of persistent gambler. The losers account for two types. Firstly there are those addicted to their own arrogance, who just have to prove that they can beat pure chance or the odds set by the organisers. Secondly there are those addicted to the anxiety of loosing. Even if they win, they invariably throw it away again soon afterwards. Then there are the winners. These people are not gambling at all, either because they are organising the odds and stakes, or because they have inside information, or because they are cheating. This is true orange magic. Poker is not a game of chance if played skilfully, and skilful play includes not playing against persons of equal or superior skill, or persons holding a Smith and Weston to your Four Aces. Most conventional forms of gambling are set up in such a way that the use of anything but the most extreme forms of psychic power will make little difference. I would not bother to bet on odds that I had reduced from an hundred to one to merely sixty to one. However certain results obtained using double blind prescience with horse racing show encouraging potential.

Purple Magic

A large proportion of all the cults throughout history have shared one particular characteristic. They have been led by a charismatic man able to persuade women to freely dispense sexual favours to ther men. When one begins to look, this feature is startlingly common to many ancient cults, monotheistic schismatic sects and modern esoteric groups. Many, if not the majority of adepts past and present were, or are, whoremasters. The mechanism is quite simple, pay the woman in the coinage of spirituality to service the men who repay you with adulation and accept your teachings as a side effect. The adulation from the men then increases your charisma with the women creating a positive feedback loop. It can be a nice little earner until old age or a police raid catches up with the enterprise. The other danger is of course that the women, and eventually the men, may come to feel that constant changes of partners work against their longer term interests of emotional security and reproduction. The turnover in such cults can thus be high, with young adults constantly replacing those approaching early middle age.

Few religions or cults lack a sexual teaching, for any teaching provides a powerful level of control. The vast majority of the more durable and established religions trade on a suppression of so called free love. This pays considerable dividends too. Women’s position becomes more secure, and men know who their children are. Naturally adultery and prostitution flourish in such conditions because some people always want a little more than lifelong monogamy has to offer. So it’s quite true that brothels are built with the bricks of religion. Indirectly so with conventional religions, directly so with many cults.

All this begs the question of why it is that people have such an appetite for wanting to be told what to do with their sexuality. Why do people have to seek esoteric and metaphysical justification for what they want to do? Why is it so easy to make a living selling water by the river?

The answer, it appears, is that human sexuality has some built in dissatisfaction function of evolutionary origin. Our sexual behaviour is partly controlled by genetics. Those genes most likely to survive and prosper are those that in the female encourage the permanent capture of the most powerful male available and occasional liaisons (clandestine) with any more powerful male that may be temporarily available. Whereas in the male, the genes most likely to prosper are those encouraging the impregnation of as large a number of females as he can support, plus perhaps a few on the sly that other men are supporting. It is interesting to note that only in the human female is oestrous concealed. In all other mammals the fertile time is made abundantly obvious. This appears to have evolved to allow, paradoxically both adultery and increased pair bonding through sex at times when it is reproductively useless. The economic basis of any particular society will usually supply some pressure in favour of a particular type of sexuality and this pressure will be codified as morality which will inevitably conflict with biological pressures. Celibacy is unsatisfactory, Masturbation is unsatisfactory, Monogamy is unsatisfactory, Adultery is unsatisfactory, Polygamy and Polyandry is unsatisfactory and presumably Homosexuality is unsatisfactory, if the renetic merry-go-round of partner exchanges in that discipline is anything to go by.

Nothing in the spectrum of possible sexualities provides a perfect long term solution, but this is the price we pay for occupying the pinnacle of mammalian evolution. So much of our art, culture, politics and technology arises precisely out of our sexual yearnings, fears, desires and dissatisfactions. A society sexually at peace with itself would present a very dull spectacle indeed. It is generally if not invariably tha case that personal creativity and achievement are directly proportional to personal sexual turmoil. This is actually one of the major but often unrecognised techniques of sex magic. Inspire yourself with maximum sexual turmoil and confusion if you really want to find out what you are capable of in other fields. A tempestuous sex life is not a side effect of being a great artist for example. Rather it is the art which is the side effect of a tempestuous sex life. A fanatical religion does not create the suppression of celibacy. It is the tensions of celibacy which create a fanatical religion. Homosexuality is not a side effect of barracks life amongst elite suicide shock troops. Homosexuality creates elite suicide shock troops in the first place.

The Muse, the hypothetical source of inspiration, usually pictured in sexual terms, is the Muse only when one’s relationship to her is unstable. Every possible moral pronouncement on sexual behaviour has doubtless been given a million times before, and it would be unseemly for a Chaoist to re-emphasise any of it. However, one thing seems reasonably certain. Any form of sexuality eventually invokes the whole gamut of ecstasy, self-disgust, fear, delight, boredom, anger, love, jealousy, rafe, self-pity, elation and confusion.It is these things which make us human and occasionally superhuman. To attempt to transcend them is to make oneself less than human, not more. Intensity of experience is the key to really being alive and given the choice I’d rather do it through love than war any day.

A dull sex life creates a dull person. Few people manage to achieve greatness in any field without propulsion that a turbulent emotional-sexual life supplies. This is the major secret of sex mgic, the two minor secrets involve the function of orgasm as gnosis and the projection of sexual glamours.

Anything held in the conscious mind at orgasm tends to reach down into the subconscious. Sexual abnormalities can readily be implanted or removed by this method. At orgasm sigils for enchantment or evocation can be empowered either by visualisation or by gazing at the sigil taped to one’s partner’s forehead for example. However this kind of work is often more conveniently performed auto-erotically. Although the gnosis offered by orgasm can in theory be used in support of any magical objective, it is generally unwise to use it for entropy or combat magic. No spell is ever totally insulted within the subconscious and any leakages which occur can implant quite detrimental associations with the sexuality.

At orgasm an invocation can be triggered, this operation being particularly effective if each partner assumes a god form. The moments following orgasm are a useful time for divinatory vision seeking. Prolonged sexual activity can also lead to stages of trance useful in visual and oracular divination or oracular states of possession in invocation.

The projection of Sexual Glamour for the purposes of attracting others depends on far more than simple physical appearance. Some of the most conventually pretty people lack it entirely, whilst some of the plainest enjoy its benefits to the limit.

To be attractive to another person one must offer them something which is a reflection of part of their self. If the offer becomes reciprocal then it can lead to that sense of completion which is most readily celebrated by physical intimacy. In most cultures it is conventional for the male to display a tough public exterior and for the female to display a softer persona, yet in a sexual encounter each will seek to reveal their concealed factors. The male will seek to show that he can be compassionate and valnerable as well as powerful, whilst the female seeks to display inner strength behind the outward signs and signals of passive receptivity. Incomplete personalities such as those which are machismo to the core, or consist of the polar opposite of this, are never sexually attractive to anyone except in the most transient sense.

Thus the philosophers of love have come to identify a certain androgyny in either sex as an important component of attraction. Some have taken the poetic license to express the quaint ideal that the male has a femal soul and the female a male one. This reflects the truism that to be attractive to others you must first become attracted to yourself. A few hours spent practising being attractive in front of a mirror is a valuable exercise. If you cannot get mildly excited about yourself, then don’t expect anyone else to get wildly excited.

The “moon glance” technique is often effective. Basically one briefly closes the eyes and momentarily visualises a lunar crescent in silver behind the eyes with the horns of the moon projecting out of each side of the head behind the eyes. Then one glances into the eyes of a potential lover whilst visualising a silver radiance beaming from your eyes to theirs. This manoeuvre also has the effect of dilating the pupils and usually causes an involuntary smile. Both of these are universal sexual signals, the first of which acts subconsciously.

It is generally unwise to cast spells for the attraction of specific partners but better to conjure for suitable partners in general for oneself or others. One’s subconscious usually has a far more subtle appreciation of who really is suitable.

Sexual magic is traditionally associated with the colours of purple (for ppassion) and silver (for the moon). However, the effectiveness of black clothing as either a sexual or an anti-sexual signal, depending on the style and cut, shows that black is in a sense the secret colour of sex, reflecting the biological and psychological relationship between sex and death.



What is Chaos Theory?

•December 1, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Chaos is the science of surprises, of the nonlinear and the unpredictable. It teaches us to expect the unexpected. While most traditional science deals with supposedly predictable phenomena like gravity, electricity, or chemical reactions, Chaos Theory deals with nonlinear things that are effectively impossible to predict or control, like turbulence, weather, the stock market, our brain states, and so on. These phenomena are often described by fractal mathematics, which captures the infinite complexity of nature. Many natural objects exhibit fractal properties, including landscapes, clouds, trees, organs, rivers etc, and many of the systems in which we live exhibit complex, chaotic behavior. Recognizing the chaotic, fractal nature of our world can give us new insight, power, and wisdom. For example, by understanding the complex, chaotic dynamics of the atmosphere, a balloon pilot can “steer” a balloon to a desired location. By understanding that our ecosystems, our social systems, and our economic systems are interconnected, we can hope to avoid actions which may end up being detrimental to our long-term well-being.
Don’t blame me!

Principles of Chaos

The Butterfly Effect: This effect grants the power to cause a hurricane in China to a butterfly flapping its wings in New Mexico. It may take a very long time, but the connection is real. If the butterfly had not flapped its wings at just the right point in space/time, the hurricane would not have happened. A more rigorous way to express this is that small changes in the initial conditions lead to drastic changes in the results. Our lives are an ongoing demonstration of this principle. Who knows what the long-term effects of teaching millions of kids about chaos and fractals will be?

Unpredictability: Because we can never know all the initial conditions of a complex system in sufficient (i.e. perfect) detail, we cannot hope to predict the ultimate fate of a complex system. Even slight errors in measuring the state of a system will be amplified dramatically, rendering any prediction useless. Since it is impossible to measure the effects of all the butterflies (etc) in the World, accurate long-range weather prediction will always remain impossible.
Order / Disorder Chaos is not simply disorder. Chaos explores the transitions between order and disorder, which often occur in surprising ways.

Mixing: Turbulence ensures that two adjacent points in a complex system will eventually end up in very different positions after some time has elapsed. Examples: Two neighboring water molecules may end up in different parts of the ocean or even in different oceans. A group of helium balloons that launch together will eventually land in drastically different places. Mixing is thorough because turbulence occurs at all scales. It is also nonlinear: fluids cannot be unmixed.

Feedback: Systems often become chaotic when there is feedback present. A good example is the behavior of the stock market. As the value of a stock rises or falls, people are inclined to buy or sell that stock. This in turn further affects the price of the stock, causing it to rise or fall chaotically.

Fractals: A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repeating a simple process over and over in an ongoing feedback loop. Driven by recursion, fractals are images of dynamic systems – the pictures of Chaos. Geometrically, they exist in between our familiar dimensions. Fractal patterns are extremely familiar, since nature is full of fractals. For instance: trees, rivers, coastlines, mountains, clouds, seashells, hurricanes, etc.




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