Saturday, April 9, 2011

Invocations-Rituals-Spells [ Repost ]




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Introduction :

These notes attempt to say something useful about magical ritual. This is difficult, because ritual is invented, and any sequence of actions can be ritualised and used to symbolise anything; but then something similar can be said about words and language, and that doesn't prevent us from trying to communicate, so I will make the attempt to say something useful about ritual, and try to steer a path between the Scylla of anthropology and sweeping generalisations, and the Charybdis of cultish parochialism. My motivation for writing this is my belief that while any behaviour can be ritualised, and it is impossible to state "magical ritual consists of this" or "magical ritual consists of that", some magical rituals are better than others. This raises questions of what I mean by "goodness" or "badness", "effectiveness" or "ineffectiveness" in the context of magical work, and I intend to duck this with a pragmatic reply. A magical ritual is "good" if it achieves its intention without undesired side effects, and it is "bad" if the roof falls on your head. Underlying this definition is another belief: that magical ritual taps a raw and potentially dangerous (and certainly amoral) psychic force which has to be channelled and directed; traditional forms of magical ritual do that and are not so arbitrary as they appear to be.





Contents:

Ritual Theory & Technique
*Magical Consciousness
*Limitation
*Essential Steps
*Maps & Correspondences
*Conclusion

Ritual Construction
*Creation of Rituals
*Basic Principles Of Ritual Magick




The Invocation of Lilith -- A Rite of Dark Sexuality
*Materials:, Preparation , The Rite.
*Lilith Rituals for Modern Pagans
*Lilith Clairvoyance


The Art of Vampyrism
*Preparations , Music , Elixir , The Black Flame
*Dress , Rite
*Invocation
*Invocation of the Elements
*The Grand Conjuration
*Invocation to Nehellania
*Invocation to Satan

The Ritual of the Lord's Prayer Backwards

The Evocation of Evil Spirits




BLACK ART SPELL

Black Mirror Protection Spell

DESTRUCTION RITUAL RED RAY

The Art of Summoning Demons
*Concerning Sacrifice
*The Ritual Itself
*The Uncrossing Ritual
*The Principle of Uncrossing
*Uncrossing Oils
*Crossed Conditions
*Unexpected Information
*Can You Beat The So-called Karma?
*Seven Day Uncrossing Ritual
*Uncrossing Herbs
*Uncrossing Herb Analysis
*Degrees of Crossed Conditions
*The Stages of Crossed Conditions Baths


DEMON SUMMONINGS, CURSES and DEATHSPELLS
*Deathspell
*DEVIL SUMMONING
*Magick Salt

Spells (Random Spells)
*Frigidity
*Lust Dust
*Mutual Binding for Lovers
*Unholy Water
*Dead Time
*To Steal a Soul
*A Fetish Recipe to bring Slow Death to a much Loathed Foe
*Creating a Living Servitor
*Destroying Exteriors
*Spell to Cause Headaches/Migrains
*Random Destruction
*Angry Dirt
*Spell of the Black Rose
*TO STOP A LIAR
*A SPELL TO BREAK THE POWERS OF A SPELL
*Making A Wizards Staff
*SPIDER WEB BINDING / DEATH



Creating a Nocturnal Servant
*THE SENTIENT FORM
*THE PREPARATIONS
*THE NOCTURNAL SERVANT RITE
*REVENGE HEX


SPELL TO FREEZE SOMEONE OUT OF YOUR LIFE

Your Enemy's Funeral
*Materials
*A Large Doll, Representing Your Victim
*Swallow's Heart
*A Personal Item of the Enemy
*A Coffin to Put the Corpse (Doll) In
*Graveyard Dust
*Coffin Nails
*A Large Quantity of Pure Myrrh

THE PENETRATION RITUAL, THE CEREMONY
OF INSANITY AND INFLICTED IDIOCY
*The Penetration Ritual
*THE DEATH CHANT
*The Ceremony of Inflicted Idiocy


















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2 comments:

  1. This was stolen from Into The Darkness website.

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  2. You stole ALL this information from Into The Darkness. http://into-thedarkness.tripod.com

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