Human Sacrifice: Not As Bad As You’d Think

It is possible to kill someone with magick by ritualistically designating them as a human sacrifice to a given deity. Death curses usually take years to kill their target, and of course, this method kills slow. The victim is gradually devoured and killed.

I have not attempted this method, and probably never will. I am not a homicidal or sadistic person by nature, and I have never killed a human being through magick. Nonetheless, this technique has been tried on me without success, because I knew that some day, somebody would try it on me.

I have designated my death as an offering to a given spirit, such that when I die, no matter how or when, my physical life is sacrificed to that spirit. I did this partially because I planned on killing myself, and partially because I wanted it to be impossible for someone else to sacrifice me. The fact that I have considered both possibilities should tell you a lot about the life that I’ve lived.

This technique of magickal murder by sacrificial designation is growing in popularity, which makes it less and less reliable. It is possible that the person whom the magickian wants to designate as a sacrifice has already been designated, by another practitioner, as a sacrifice to a different divinity. Needless to say, this could lead to failure, and presumably, to offending two different gods.

Offerings do not need to be given in a ritual setting. Therefore, human sacrifice does not need to be committed during a rite, and therefore does not have to be murder. A person killed in self-defense or war can be designated as a human sacrifice even after they die. The Norse were known to hurl a spear over a group of enemy forces and proclaim them all human sacrifices to Odin in anticipation of their slaughter in battle.

As the spirit planes are not bound by linear time, someone killed long ago can be retroactively designated as a sacrifice.

We need not ask whether or not it is right to commit human sacrifice. Instead, we need ask whether or not a given person should be killed. In a self-defense situation, the answer to this question can be yes. My policy on human sacrifice is summarized by the idiom, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia


Magickal Hymns to Chronos, Saturn, & Zuhal

Here I present a magickal hymn for each of the three first faces of the Saturnian Divinity which I started working with. While Arthur Moros posits that Zuhal (Arabic), Saturn (Roman), and Chronos (Greek) are one and the same, the demon Ralasan told me that these are three distinct aspects of one force who should be approached largely the way one would approach three individual entities.

Saturn is the Nightside Bearer of Wisdom: a sickle-bearing deity of chaos and time– a dark and primordial harbinger of enlightenment. Chronos is the embodiment of time and the king of titans– a time-traveling harbinger of power and wisdom. Zuhal is the lord of mystery– a demonic patron of wisdom and spirituality. These are gods of chaos who are to be worshiped when approached, whose offerings it is forbidden to partake of.


Magickal Hymn to Chronos

Salve Pernicialis Chronos
Adoro Te, Sapiens Pater
Agios Es, Exitosus Athock
Concelebrate Ambrosius Atath
Agios Ischyros Chronos-Atath
Salve Aethereus Seminator
Interveni Praevalidus Divus
Advoco Te Potens Chronos
Ave Sophos Megist Chronos
[Hail to the Destructive Chronos/ I Adore Thee, Wise Father/ Numinous Art Thou, Destructive Athock/ I Praise the Everlasting Athock/ Numinous and Mighty is Chronos-Atath/ Hail to the Immortal Father/ Come, Great Deity/ I Call to You, Mighty Chronos/ Hail to the Wise and Great Chronos]


Magickal Hymn to Saturn

Praedicate Divinus Sterces
Saeturnus-Sterculius Gloria
Invito Omnituens Saturnus
Exitalis Dominus Et Seminator
Advoco Pernimius Sterces
Amplaudate Deus Falcifer
Genitor Sterculius, Admirabilis
Invoco Conclamatus Doctus Sterces
Ascende Saturnus, Amplus Dominator
[I Praise the Numinous Sterces/ Glory to Saeturnus-Sterculius/ I Call the All-Seeing Saturnus/ Destructive Lord and Father/ I Call the Great Sterces/ I Praise the Sickle-Bearing God/ Thou Art Wonderful, Father Sterculius/ I Call the Destructive Wise Sterces/ Rise, Saturnus, Great Lord]


Magickal Hymn to Zuhal

Ave Meticulosus Zuhal
Concalo Zuhal, Megist Penitrale
Assurge Fautor Illustratio
Orire Aeviternitas Lar
Cordatus Cruentus Zuhal
Enascere Maximus Numine
Salve Perniciosus Zuhal
Ignipotens, Seminator
Extollate Praevalidus Zuhal
[Hail to the Fearsome Zuhal/ I Call Zuhal, Great Spirit/ Rise, Supporter of Enlightenment/ Appear, Everlasting Deity/ Hail to the Destructive Zuhal/ God of Fire, Father/ I Praise the Great Zuhal]

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Chants to Satre

Advoco Sempiternus Satres
“I Call the Everlasting Satres!”

Salve Megist Satres
“Hail the Great Satres!’

Praedicate Divinus Satre
“I Praise the Numinous Satre!”

Saeatagra Atoraga Asorala Nimkalathal
Channeled Chant to Invoke Satre

Nasalaga Atoragala Asimagatora Asaragal
Channeled Chant to Evoke Satre

Nasaragathal Atoragathaga Asoragal Fakakagal
Channeled Chant to Evoke Satre

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Chants to Ninib

Ili-Ilu Ningirsu
“My God is Ningirsu!”

Kakki-Ilu Ninurta
“My Weapon is Ninurta!”

Asalagator Asaraga Aratora Alikatal
Channeled Chant to Evoke Ninib

Paratora Kalisala Awisakala Alimtath
Channeled Chant to Evoke Ninib

Asapaka Asorigala Mayalathaga
Channeled Chant to Evoke Ninib

Apataga Astagala Nataraga Orimkal
Channeled Chant to Invoke Ninib

Asoratagal Nasilathoth Asurimkal Asoragathal
Channeled Chant to Invoke Ninib

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Control, Know, Eat, Subsume

A long time ago, I got a message from Nyx that I didn’t understand and made a video about it. My conversation with the goddess went a little like this.
Nyx: _______ yourself.
Me: Did you say “know yourself” or “control yourself?”
Nyx: Control, Know, Eat, Subsume.
A recent YouTube commenter explained the message flawlessly:
“Control yourself, and therefore come to know yourself. Once self knowledge is obtained, you can dissolve/”eat” your old self, then become part of something larger. Alternately, the old self becomes a subset of the new self, and does not become part of some collective.”

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Hymn to Nahema

Invito Nahema Coelestis Incantatrix
Divina Vipera Et Era Reschaim
Ave Exlecebra, Deitas, Et Iaculus
Advoco Naamah, Subrige Et Appare
Ornate Nahema, Ambrosia Lena
[I Call Nahema, Numinous Enchantress/ Divine Serpent and Lady of the Qlipha of the Black Earth/ Hail to the Seductress, Goddess, and Serpent/ I Call Naamah, Rise and Appear/ I Praise Nahema, Everlasting Seductress]

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Hymn to Abaddon

Adoro Te Domine Abbaton
Patre Prophetarum, Admirabilis
Conlaudate Apolhun Lar Thaumiel
Salve Apollyon, Divus Sitra Achara
Aeviternitas Genitor Et Herus Nex
Dominator Est Abaddon Etiam Abyssus
Salve Abaddon, Ambrosius Venenarius
[I Adore Thee, Lord Abbaton/ Father of Prophets, Wonderful Art Thou/ I Praise Apolhun, God of Thaumiel/ Hail Apollyon, God of the Other Side/ Everlasting Father and Lord of Death/ Lord is Abaddon of the Abyss/ Hail Abaddon, Immortal Sorcerer]

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia