A Qliphothic Rite of Malediction and Vampyrism

This rite is a very effective curse which most beginners will get results from. The effects of this rite in the order they are inflicted are to emotionally torment and vampyrize the target, sick a succubus or incubus to emotionally torment him for a given period of time, and wreak total destruction on the mind, spirit, and soul of the target. It’s an easy way to fuck up a deserving target’s quality of life. The rite also engenders various types of magickal empowerment, and nothing breaks down the veil like destructive magick, so this is honestly a productive thing to do. I am not telling you to get curse happy. I’m saying don’t let a deserving target slide.

The rite calls upon Amprodias and Qulielfi. If you aren’t familiar with those demons, type “V.K. Jehannum Amprodias” into Google to find a lengthy article explaining the spirit. Since I’ve covered over 130 demons on my website, you can Google my name with any demon that interests you to see if I’ve covered them.

The medieval grimoiric tradition’s practice of calling upon the tribal war god of Israel to assist in the forced summoning of given demons was a corruption of a useful, widespread tradition of sorcery. Calling upon whatever your system deems to be a higher power to empower your conjuration of spirits is a time-honored practice in Western magick. The selected higher power is called upon to help the celebrant summon the spirit, not to help or force the spirit to appear. The higher power strengthens the ritual, but in doing so, it is not empowering the spirits you call on to carry out the task you’ve assigned them– the spirits are perfectly capable of that on their own. The higher power strengthens the ritual by empowering your efforts in spellwork.

The Black Lodge carries on this practice today. Common forces used as a ‘higher power’ in demon magick include the Nine Demonic Divinities, Chavajoth or Azerate, Satan, and various groups of demons attributed to the four elements or directions. This ritual should begin* with you calling upon a given higher power to strengthen your spellwork. You may use whatever you like for the higher power– the Goetikon, for example. The first step is an optional step: call up a higher power of your choice however you see fit. The second step, also optional, is to call upon your patron or matron demon. So basically, you can start the rite but reciting some chants to Chavajoth and then reciting some chants to your matron demoness.

*If you would like to raise a sacred space before hand, do so however you please.

Focus on a feeling of absolute rage and directed at the mark. As you recite the chants to Amprodias, visualize the intention to send Amprodias to the mark. Visualize Amprodias inflicting every form of emotional torture upon the mark as the demon sadistically drains the victim’s prana and filters it through his own acausal, Qliphothic essence. The energy leaving the body of the victim becomes elevated in quality as it’s processed by Amprodias, and it flows out of the demon as an enriching, empowering, vitalizing energy which you take into yourself, empowering your subtle body, opening your chakras wider, stimulating your Black Kundalini (do not envision it empowering the Black Kundalini if you’re a beginner), and opening internal gateways in your soul. As you focus on rage and visualize this, recite the chants below.

In Nomine Domine Amprodias, Aperiatur Kliffoth (x7)
[In the Name of Lord Amprodias, Open the Qliphoth]

Qodesh la-Amprodias Geber ha-Sitra Ahra (x9)
[Holy to Amprodias, Warrior of the Other Side]

Advoco Maticulosos Amprodias– Veni; Aur Chashakh Pandendam (x13)
[I Call the Fearsome Amprodias– Come; Spread the Infernal Light (Note: the English Translation of this Chant Does Not Describe its Effect. It Simply Serves to Call Upon Amprodias, Not Necessarily to Presence the Black Light)]

Continuing to focus on your hatred, visualize Qulielfi dispatching a succubus or incubus to torment the victim. Visualize the succubus or incubus subjecting the victim to every form of destruction as you recite the chants to Qulielfi. Have and specify a time period for how long the incubus or succubus is to haunt the mark. I’d suggest a month as standard, but you can choose years.

Invoco Qulielfi In Nomine Qliphoth (x9)
[I Call Qulielfi in the Name of the Qliphoth]

Agios Es, Ambrosia Qulielfi (x11)
[Numinous Art Thou, Eternal Qulielfi]

Wattaggathal Lorraggal LAW-taw-GORE-uh-CALL MAY-gah-LAW-CALL Orriggoth (x11)
[(Channeled Enn/Summoning Chant for Qulielfi)]

Pull out the pocket knife or something that you can pretend is a knife. Cuss out the victim, either speaking aloud or mouthing the words, as you swing the knife violently through the air, imagining that you are slashing the mark to ribbons. Such an expression of violent rage wreaks destruction upon the mind, spirit, and soul of the victim. Express the full extent of your rage through the words and the simulated violence such that you are physically exhausted. You will know when you are finished. You will likely be sprawled out on the floor by this point, so you might want to memorize the words used to end this ritual– you can keep notes for the rest (there is never something wrong with not memorizing a rite). Exclaim:

Ya Namosh Sitra De-Smola Alogos Drakosophia!
[In the Name of the Sinister Left Side, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Undercurrent of All Demon Magick, It Is So]


A Blasphemous Rite of Qliphothic Magick

This is a brief ritual of blasphemy which serves to deprogram the witch’s mind. The established tradition of Christianity is filled with known indoctrination techniques and is most often taught to the young. Many witches who are new to the path and were raised as Christians experience sudden, random bouts of paranoia about damnation, and many have dreams where they see a darksome entity and cry out for the Christian deity in fear. The church uses hymns for the same reason that the military uses cadences (jogging songs): people subconsciously develop an emotional bond when they sing together. The kind of story telling contained in the majority of the Bible ordinarily bypasses the reasoning faculties of the mind– that’s why children’s stories so often illustrate moral values because that. When you repeat a phrase over and over again, such as when memorizing pieces of scripture, the content of the phrase sinks into the subconscious.

his ritual calls upon Azerate/Chavajoth, the 11 gods of the Qliphoth: Satan, Moloch, Astaroth, Beelzebuth, Adramaleck, Ba’al, Nahema/Naamah, Lilith, Lucifuge Rofocale, Belphagore, and Asmodeus. This rite will infuse the chamber with the Black Light of the Qliphoth, a primordial and far more powerful equivalent of the Fifth Element to create a sacred space.

While the witch is reciting the part of the rite in red, she should focus on the desire to know who she really is as a person and learn to remember her dreams. While chanting the part of the rite in blue, the witch should focus on the desire to improve her psychic abilities. While reciting the part of the rite in purple, the witch should focus on increasing her magickal power.

The phrases written in italics are meant to be chanted, or recited in a slow, rhythmic monotone. Translations of these phrases will appear in brackets. Several of the phrases in this rite are inversions of Hebrew scripture. These will have an (X) following the translation in the brackets. The four names of Azerate/Chavajoth in bold are meant to be vibrated– just say them out loud if you don’t know how vibrate names.

The portion of the rite dedicated to blasphemy uses the most accurate Hebrew names for the Christian deity. Blasphemy subconsciously trains your aura to resist the influence of whichever deity you’re blaspheming, as well as the influence of spirits serving that deity– using the particular Hebrew names chosen in the rite will make this more effective. The use of repetition in blasphemy will help reprogram the mind against Christianity.

This ritual uses chants from The Complete Book of Demonolatry and The Book of Sitra Achra.

Agios o Havayoth (x7)
[Numinous/Sacred is Havayoth]

Aperiatur Reshut Ha-Rabbim, Et Germinet,
Et Germinet Deus Alienus.
Agios o Azerate,
Agios o Havayoth!
[Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth/ and Bring Forth the Infernal Pantheon/ Numinous is Azerate/ Numinous is Havayoth]

Melus De Quo Magma (x13)
[Reality Emanates from the Demonic]

Aken Yesh Havayoth Bamaquwm Ha-Zeh!
[Surely Havayoth Exists in This Place (X)]

Qodesh La-Azerate!
[Holy to Azerate (X)]

Vedar-Gal Tiekals Somdus Azerate!
[(This is a Magickal Chant Calling the 11 Gods of the Qliphoth)]

Athah Gibor Leohlam Azerate!
[Mighty and Eternal is Azerate (X)]

Heh Vau Heh Yod + Azerate + Chavajoth + El Acher

(Rhythmically chant “Fuck Yehoshua” and “Fuck Yehowah” 71 times each. If you would like a shorter version of this ritual, Yehoshua is the legitimate Hebrew version of the name Jesus as Yehowah is the legitimate Hebrew version of the name Jehovah)

Agios o Azerate (x11)
[Numinous is Azerate]

Anoki Adamas Ater!
[I am the Black Diamond (Note: the Black Diamond Symbolizes the Peak of Magickal Evolution. Self-identifying as the Black Diamond in Ritual is an Act of Empowering the Self)]

Yehi Aur Chashakh!
[Let There Be Qliphothic Light (X)]

Insight Roles: Peter Carroll vs. the O9A

Insight roles are one of the most important and well-known steps in the self-transformative praxis of the Order of the Nine Angles. The idea is to go out of your way to involve yourself in a path of life which is foreign to your experience for an extended period of time. The most common form of insight role is group infiltration: join a religious or political group and pretend to have a legitimate interest in their agendas. The ideal insight role, by O9A Standards, will require the witch to pretend to be the exact opposite of what she understands herself to be, and if possible, should further the “Sinister Dialectic.” If the Sinister Dialectic is furthered, the insight role is described as having ‘gone Aeonic.’

By deliberately entering a foreign walk of life, the witch comes to be liberated of various misconceptions she has about persons she deems “the other” and forces her to see aspects of her character hitherto undiscovered. It develops empathy, dissolves the ego, and develops practical, worldly knowledge. What the witch experiences during an insight role will cause her to question her path in life, and either leave the Black Lodge or address her doubts and strengthen her conviction. However, Niners like to nitpick each other’s insight roles to no end. For example, some will argue that the witch is required to legitimately hold the beliefs which the role would require that she pretends to have. That’s one of the narrow stipulations which my insight role did not meet, and it’s one of a specific genre of stipulations which the magickian planning an insight role should ignore. My insight role lasted eight months, forced me to experience a completely different walk of life, taught me various practical skills, helped me learn about foreign personality types, placed me in uncomfortable situations, and furthered the Sinister Dialectic– but only in specific ways that Chavajoth would approve of. The standard and minimum length is six months– examples I’ve seen Niners undertake include fighting in a military insurrection in a foreign country, dealing meth, joining a monastery, joining National Socialist groups, joining the military, and joining a Mormon church. These are not the kind of insight roles that I would recommend.

One of the other major motivations behind the O9A’s cultivation of insight roles is the furtherance of the Sinister Dialectic, the sociopolitical agenda of the Order of the Nine Angles. In other words, it’s a British fellow’s disavowed political agenda from the seventies. Basically, it’s about destroying and rebuilding Western society in accordance with ideologically-determined values and forcing the obsolescence of various traditions of Western magick in accordance with the superstitious belief that the most modern Western magick is ‘not truly Western in essence,’ and thus cannot foster the magickal ascent of our culture. Paradigms of Satanic magick which do not conform to racialist stipulations are seen as counterproductive, and denominations of Satanism which are not founded upon the Sinister Dialectic are deemed inherently un-Satanic. In short, the pursuits of the Sinister Dialectic are founded upon an inability to understand the nature of the self-determination and self-becoming which is intrinsic to alchemy and man’s very core, and the magickian is required to believe that the agenda of the Devil can be narrowly defined by the disavowed political motives promulgated by an early denomination of Satanism which wants most Satanists dead.

Should a black magickian undertake something like an insight role, it is to be defined by her personal path. If it is group infiltration, then this is to be her own decision based on her own agenda, and if it is for the purpose of overcoming personal limitations and gaining life experience, then it is for her to decide what exactly is needed for her to achieve the growth she needs.

In a video describing his experience with Voudon, E.A. Koetting presented a different idea of an insight role: completely investing oneself in an unfamiliar magickal tradition for an extended period of time and experiencing as much of the system as possible. He described the experience as a test of endurance and learning experience which engendered various avenues of character development.

Experimentally delving headfirst into foreign spiritual praxes is something I’ve done myself. In fact, I did this twice while I was carrying out an unrelated O9A-style insight role– it goes without saying that I did not know my path at this point. Many of Koetting’s detractors adduce the immense stress he experienced during this ‘insight role’ when painting him as illegitimate, but as Koetting says, the immense stress is part of what makes the process productive. One of my two failed magickal initiations fucked me up pretty bad too, but it was worth the experience. I still use one of those two magickal praxes from time to time, but only as a minor supplement to my personal tradition.

In Liber Null & Psychonaut, Peter Carroll presents a similar alchemical practice to E.A. Koetting’s conception of insight roles. He calls it “Random Belief.” The idea is to fully invest in a given religious paradigm for a time span which can vary from a week to a year. In doing so, the magickian’s soul purportedly learns lessons that his soul might otherwise have to reincarnate for, and ideally, accumulates knowledge of the mechanisms behind Aeonic progression. Unfortunately, Carroll’s instructions recommend involution in religions which have no interest in alchemy, so his approach is not as conducive to the transcendence of the cycle of reincarnation as he would believe.

I know a sorceress who was once told by Lilith to leave the Black Lodge entirely and become a white magickian. Almost a year of white magick later, she suddenly found herself subject to rabid demonic partial possession. She engaged in feral sex with her lover while in the state of partial possession and experienced types of orgasm which human physiology cannot produce independent of acausal influence. Demonic energy flooded her home in great quantity– she loved every second of the experience, but she was deeply confused as to why it had happened. I told her that she was being called to return to the Black Lodge.

So here’s my new recommendation for an insight role, for those of you who are led to endeavor one. Invest yourself in a new magickal paradigm, learning from practitioners of unfamiliar paths and working with deities of a different tradition. Don’t try to maliciously infiltrate another spiritual lodge. Instead, experiment with it. Don’t make it an exercise in play-pretend either– you are trying to uncover the objective reality behind religious beliefs and make discoveries about other pantheons via gnosis. The Nihilistic Chaote mentality of voluntarily believing in bullshit is unproductive– you are trying to understand the true nature of the Numinous and the role it plays in Aeonic progression. However, I must warn you to seek thorough instruction from your Higher Self, guiding spirits, and/or a tarot deck so you know in advance which spirits are legitimately invested in black magickal evolution and which among the approaches you are naively inclined to take in initiating through the foreign tradition is liable to fuck you. Ask which of the spirits in the pantheon of the other tradition are the best to start with. Ask which of the tradition’s spiritual practices are most important and productive, and ask what specific types of alchemical change you should be trying to get out of this tradition.

One of my failed initiations brought me into direct contact with a lot of deities whose worshipers consider them to be the Supreme Being. I was primarily practicing a black magickal paradigm of Shaktidharma, incorporating Vaishnavist and Buddhist practices in tandem. I was following the instructions of three devout and practiced Hindus and an array of new spirit guides. It was Bhairavi who designated herself as my primary Hindu goddess, and based on the literary teachings surrounding her, I decided that the alchemical changes which I would accumulate in working with her were most likely exactly what I was looking for.

When she first manifested herself to me, I asked one of my guides how powerful she was. According to the spirit, Bhairavi is of roughly equivalent power to Moloch. Her first words to me were angry ones– she told me to keep that fact to myself. On a later date, she manifested to me at random to try and convince me that Chavajoth had no real power. She ordered me to engage in degrading ritual practices as penance for significant failures in my daily life, which is where my relationship with her ended.

I worked with Krishna a fair bit too, following the instructions of the Hindus I knew to the T. I got some results and did make contact with the entity, but I sensed that something about my approach was wrong enough to discernibly tamper with my results. When I went to one of the individuals guiding me for advice, he explained that Krishna demands to be the primary deity of the magickian who works with him. This ended my relationship with Krishna. Every magickian has specific deities which are most significant to her Craft based upon the essence of her being. No deity should ever demand of anyone what Krishna demands of all his followers– if he respected your ipseity and free will, no such stipulation should precede working with him.

The final test came when the Hindu whose instructions I followed most closely attempted to steal my apprentice– he attempted to make the magickian feel lesser than him, tried to trick him into having a spiritual experience with his primary deity, and tried to convince him that I was planning to sacrifice him. When all three approaches failed and I attempted to cut ties with the man peaceably, a series of magickal transgressions against my apprentice and I ensued. After deflecting various pernicious spells, my apprentice and I cursed the Hindu and Krishna himself via separate spells. Now I know for a fact that Chavajoth can completely overpower Krishna, so it is impressive that Chavajoth does not demand the level of veneration which Krishna does. Apart from my matron demoness, Moloch is my primary Qliphothic deity, and he was equivalent in power to the deity who designated herself as my primary Hindu goddess. Both promised self-deification, but it was Moloch who was not offended by my interaction with foreign pantheons and never demanded self-degradation. I learned a lot about what makes the Infernal Divine so great that year.

Compared to the Infernal Divine, a lot of deities whose veneration promises spiritual attainment and who purportedly pursue the agenda of humankind’s evolution are not what they seem. I learned that a lot of these deities are only interested in human evolution when it comes hand in hand with servitude. I learned that some of the deities who are held to be interested in the betterment of humankind as a whole and to be appropriate for the veneration of the Black Lodge do not hold the respect for human self-determination which the Infernal Divine does. I also learned that a lot of spirits whom the Satanist would presume to oppose her ascent are viable and, if pursued, valuable allies to the black magickian. I learned a lot about the Numinous that year, and my conviction in my path is much firmer for the turmoil.

V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia


Names: Surgat, Surgatha, Aquiot, Aquiel
Time: B/t 10th & 11th Hours of Night
Day: Sunday
Element: Air
Sacred Numbers: 19, 21, 37, 38, 31
Primary Qliphothic Attribution: Samael (Mercury/Adramaleck)
Secondary Qliphothic Attribution: A’areb Zaraq (Venus/Bael)
Compass: Northeast
Fixed Behenian Star: Capella
Trans-Qliphothic Veil: Chasek (Ain Soph Aur)
Planetary Attributions (From Primary to Least): Black Moon; Jupiter; Venus Illegitima; Venus

SurgatAbove: Traditional Sigil of Surgat

Surgat is a gatekeeper and witch god of the Black Moon who presides over numerous Qliphothic and Sephirothic gateways alike, holding dominion over the most abstruse Qliphothic pathways which will only open to those who have received great approval from Chavajoth. He presides over the dissolution of the ego and the mysteries of the Qliphoth. He can expose you to every part of yourself. Mark Allan Smith describes Surgat as ruling “nightside rites of power” and “interdimensional work to other realms through portals and gateways”. Jake Stratton-Kent provides a speculative etymology in The True Grimoire: “Latin surgo, rise, get up, stand up, arise, spring up, grow.”

Surgat can create portals, gateways, nexions, and ripples in the Chaosmos (the primordial precursor to and opposite of the Cosmos). He can teach the magickian to shapeshift her astral double into a lion, a ghoul, a snake, a bear, and a two-legged four-winged dragon (no, I didn’t get that backwards). He can also teach the magickian to shapeshift her astral double into something which resembles an anthropoid formed of total darkness– a form primarily composed of the Death Essence and having Daathic energy and the Black Light of the Qliphoth as significant portions of its energetic make-up. There’s another form he can teach the witch to assume– I only saw a vision of it. It was an insect-like anthropoid with four dragonfly-looking wings and red eyes like a mosquito. I used to think having Mormo teach me to assume the form of a ghoul was the coolest thing ever, but those last three things sound amazing– I can’t wait to explore those paths.


IMG_0694Above: My Original Sigil of Surgat

Surgat can give instruction or aid in the act of astral projection from dreams. He can strengthen the personality traits conducive to mindfulness, leadership, foresight, decision-making, and organization skills, or give auspices and/or ‘spiritual guidance’ in scenarios or tasks requiring these things. He can give instruction and auspices for homicide and burglary and attune one to her True Will.

Surgatha presides over the Evil Eye, and his auspices are useful for healing. The divinatory mechanisms which he specializes in are runes, pyromancy, Ouija boards (which he can enchant/consecrate), and hydromancy.

Surgat is primarily attributed to the Mercurial Qlipha and secondarily attributed to the Venusian Qlipha. His primary planetary attribution is to the Black Moon, but he is not attributed to the Qlipha of the Black Moon. Planetary attributions and Qliphothic attributions are not the same thing. I think the relationship between the planet Venus and the Venusian Qlipha is the same as the relationship that tornados and wind have with the alchemical element of air, whatever that relationship may be. Think about how Surgat, a spirit whose only elemental attribution is air, can specialize in hydromancy and pyromancy.

Surgatha can make the witch a better liar and improve her seduction skills. He can also teach the witch to use deception to seduce. He has powers pertaining to love, concealment, and sex. If you’re a transperson, you can call on him for all three at once (kidding).

Surgat appeared to me as a figure in a black cloak with a black longsword. Mark Allan Smith noted the demon to be a prolific shapeshifter, describing one manifestation as a shadowed, angel-esque male, and another aspect as a huge theomorphic “being” with the head of either a bison or ram. According to Mark Allan Smith, Surgat may simultaneously manifest as both the dark angelic spirit and beast-headed god by way of bilocation in certain workings.

The auspices of Surgat are useful in rituals to Jotunheim, and he can give assistance and instruction in operations of the magick of Thursatru. That is, he specializes in Thursic magick. You know, Frost Giant shit. Nonetheless, he does not have any form of hierarchy-style authority in Jotunheim.

My spirits confirmed that Surgat’s rulership of portals and gateways is the same kind of ability that Lepacha/Lepaca is known for, but the two spirits have their own preferred methods, designs, etc. There are a lot of advanced practitioners who stumble across gateways or “nexions” opened by those witches who adhere to the Order of the Nine Angles when they’re traveling the astral planes, laugh to themselves, close the nexion, and go on their way. It’s a little like discovering a dying bird while going on a walk– you just step on the thing and carry on about your day. If I ever find one, I’m going to summon Surgat and ask him for ideas.

Surgat is knowledgeable regarding Hoodoo, Voudon, Santeria, and Quimbanda. He can strengthen the natural psychic defenses of the magickian and he can teach her mathematics and astronomy. He can help a person acquire friends or cause somebody to lose them, and he can also influence legal matters. Warding, shielding, and egregores are a few other magickal specialties of his. He is very knowledgeable regarding stars, planets, and your true self.*

Mountains, crossroads, and forests are all especially apt locations for a working to Surgatha– graveyards are great for him too, but of course, graveyards all good for all demons. Surgat can open internal pathways within the soul and impart or strengthen the faculties required to interpret one’s drems. He presides over the Black Kundalini, subpersonal chakras, and what I’ve been calling the shadowside chakras– the seven which descend from the pelvis through the feet.

The Grimoiric tradition basically simplified Surgat’s role to locks. He can open anything which was locked or shut. He could teach you how to to open locks. He can open every lock. The pendulum says I could get him to open a deadbolt lock if I could look past various mental blockages. I’ll be keeping that in mind if there’s some kind of apocalypse. The Grimorium Verum lists Surgat as one of the 18 demons under Duke Syrach (Claunech is the only other demon from this list that I’ve written an article about). The number 18 is extremely significant in demon magick and Qliphothic sorcery.

While the tradition of Primal Craft relates that Surgatha is an emissary of the Trident,** Grimoiric tradition places him under the inferal duke Syrach. There’s a very obscure tradition which lists the cardinal demons of various planets wherein Surgat is held to be the cardinal demon of the Sun. This is false– he is not solar in nature, let alone the cardinal demon of the Sun. However, he can help the magickian self-initiate through Tiphereth/Shams [the Planetary Sphere of the Sun], so it’s an understandable mistake.


Queen of Hell by Mark Allan Smith
The Red King by Mark Allan Smith
The Scorpion God by Mark Allan Smith
The True Grimoire by Jake Stratton-Kent
Mark of Qayin by Asha’Shedim (John Putigano)

*The True Self is not the same as the Higher Self. The “True Self” is another moniker for the True Will.

**The Atlantean Trident of the Draconian Current is comprised of Lucifer, Hecate, and Belial– Sepheranz is the hidden fourth component of that group. It was Hecate who brought my first magickal group the Coven of the Second Torch together. I remember thinking that I was designing the first rituals and magickal practices we engaged in– it felt like trial and error, but some reason, for the first time in my magickal life, I had complete assurance in everything we did. Before our first ritual to Hecate and her daimones, I said that we should all vibrate the name of the demon Syrach. At the time, my thinking was that Syrach was said to cause witches to see strange creatures, so maybe the name Syrach was a good word of power for clairvoyance. The shift in our voices was immediate and dramatic. We vibrated the names beyond our lung capacity– it was impossible not to notice, and soon, it became the norm. At the time, I did not know who Surgat was, but now, I know that Surgat was present. It was as I was doing the research for this article that I realized that Surgat was acting on behalf of Hecate, and now I know that Surgat is held to serve the duke Syrach in grimoiric tradition. Once the rite was performed, the results were nothing like I expected– I was being guided; I didn’t know what the fuck I was doing. After the rite began our first seance; we met the daimones (not demons) which Hecate had assigned to us. The books I’d read obsessively during the past five years before that night have been of great benefit to this day, but I will always follow a path of Hecate, Qliphoth, and Drakosophia. While I continue to call myself a Demonolater, I shall always follow a path that no book or tradition can identify. I’ve initiated more than 15 persons in my real life, but of all those who came and went, all original members of the Coven of the Second Torch are in the Invisible Cult of the Phoenix.

Magickal Chants

Cohenestate Surgat, Multus Domnus Sitra Ahra
“I Praise Surgat, Great Lord of the Other Side!”

Adveni Pernimius Surgat
“Come, Great Surgat!”

Erige Surgat Divinitas Autem Acharayim
“Rise, Surgat, Divinity of the Backwards Tree!”

Lonthiggandra Surgat Allintorra Mindretharra
This is from a list of demonic enns I channeled for the Grimorium Verum:

V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Invocation of Rahab

This invocation is composed entirely of voces magicae– that is, magickal language. Specifically, Enochian script and consecrated magickal chants. The chants which appear in italics are meant to be recited a specified number of times in a rhythmic monotone (this would be chanting). Translations of non-English phrases will appear in brackets, and explanations will appear in parentheses.

Ol Zodameta A Oxiayal Vovin Rahab  Ar Ol Restil Noasmi Saga A Tia. Niiso Rahab Seriel Drilpa Tabaan O A Sitra De-Smola. Zacam Sa Um Isli Ramuel Gohed Vovina O A Reshut Ha-Rabbim. Ol Um De Isli De Niiso Ar Ol Restil Micama Zomdv Alonusahi.
[I Conjure the Mighty Dragon Rahab so that I May Become One With Him. Come Forth, Rahab Seriel, Great Governor of the Sinister Left Side.  I Move You and Call You, Ramuel, Everlasting Dragon of the Kingdom of Manifoldness (i.e., Qliphoth). I Call You to Come Forth so that I May Behold Your Power]

Advoco Ambrosius Vipera, Regulus Magnus, Immortales Rahab! Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco Ramuel! Praedicate Dynastes Rahab– Ambroscus Iaculus Ex Chao! Sagax Coelestis Rahab Gloria! Perveni Coelestis Bellua Ex Qliphoth– Excieo Ramuel! Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco Rahab! Invoco Ramuel In Nomine Qliphoth! Agios o Aethereus Phylarchus Rahab! Advoco Ambrosius Vipera, Regulus Magnus, Immortales Rahab! Salve Ramuel Megist Agente Ex Sitra De-Smola! Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco Rahab Seriel!
[I Call to the Deified Serpent, Mighty Prince, Immortal Rahab! Open the Qliphoth; I Call Ramuel! Praise unto Prince Rahab– Immortal Serpent of Chaos! Glory to the Wise and Eternal Rahab! Come, Eternal Fiend of the Qliphoth– I Call Ramuel! Open the Qliphoth; I Call Rahab! I Call Ramuel in the Name of the Qliphoth! Numinous is the Immortal Prince Rahab! I Call to the Deified Serpent, Mighty Prince, Immortal Rahab! Hail Ramuel, Mighty Emissary of the Sinister Left Side! Open the Qliphoth; I Call Rahab Seriel]

Ramuel Ala-Mashavah Rahab (x9)
[(Chant Composed of Three Names for Rahab)]

Diabalachara, Rahab Seriel, Grimarigor, Voviana (x7)
[(Chant Composed of Four Names for Rahab)]

Praedicate Dynastes Rahab– Ambroscus Iaculus Ex Chao! Qodesh La-Rahab Seriel Egregoroi Va-Theli Ha-Sitra De-Smola! Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco Ramuel! Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco Rahab! Ya Namosh Sitra De-Smola Alogos Drakosophia Pandendam!
[Praise unto Prince Rahab– Immortal Serpent of Chaos! Holy to Rahab Seriel, Watcher and Serpent of the Sinister Left Side! Open the Qliphoth; I Call Ramuel! Open the Qliphoth; I Call Rahab! In the Name of the Sinister Left Side, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Energetic Undercurrent of All Sinistral Demon Magick, It Is So]

The Calling of Panachasragoth & Invocation of the Goetikon

To perform an invocation of the Goetikon is to have the vessel of flesh inhabited by a single consciousness composed of 72 incredibly powerful demons– it’s a good way to hurt yourself. It’s written for advanced practitioners, and even they will find the task of invoking the Goetic metagod arduous (read: painful). Only perform this rite with guidance from a spirit, tarot deck, pendulum, etc. If you are unfamiliar with the Goetikon, follow the hyperlink below:

I decided to create an opening rite specifically for this ritual; I named it the Calling of Panachasragoth. Panachasragoth is my invented magickal name for the entirety of the Infernal Divine. This opening rite calls upon the entire Qliphothic collective to raise the ultimate sacred space. This sacred space is to be entirely composed of the Black Light of the Qliphoth, in contrast to the more common practice of building a sacred space out of elemental energies. The four alchemical elements are nowhere near as powerful as the Black Light– even Azoth is weak by comparison.

Despite the fact that I wrote the Calling of Panachasragoth specifically for use with the Invocation of the Goetikon, the reader may use this opening rite for whatever rituals (of demon magick) she likes. It doesn’t have to be reserved for special occasions, but it’s really fucking long, so logically, it should be.

In the ritual script, the chants which appear in italics are meant to be recited a given number of times in a slow, rhythmic monotone. The god names and words of power which appear in bold are meant to be vibrated. Translations of the script appear in brackets, and explanations or instructions appear in parentheses.

Both of these rites are comprised entirely of voces magicae– specifically, magickal chants, words of power, god names, and Enochian script. That is to say, it’s only a slight exaggeration to say that every sentence of the rites was empowered and/or consecrated individually– Enochian script is inherently spiritually potent anyway. Lots of numerology went into the design of the first rite (there’s a good bit in the second too), which is not always obvious. The number six is sacred to the Goetikon (one of the repeated chants is repeated eleven times instead, as instructed by a spirit guide).

The Calling of Panachasragoth

(Inhale until your lungs are full and then let out a HHHHHSSSSSSS sound. This will create white and pink noise which will stengthen your calling-forth of spirits)

Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia! Ya Namosh Panachasragoth Exat!
[Numinous is the Alchemical Praxis and Energetic Undercurrent of All Demon Magick! In the Name of Panachasragoth, it is so]

Panachasragoth + Aeonifer + Semolshedim + Goessabim + Khaosophoros + Diabalachara + Ala-Mashavah + Xulogos + Artorzozam
[(Artorzozam is a word of power used to presence one or more spirits. Apart from Panachasragoth, the god names which comprise the remainder of the formula are magickal names which can be used to refer to and call to/on any demon, demonic metagod, or group of demons)]

Melus De Quo Magma! Et Revertetur Ad Tenebras! Obveni Panachasragoth Forti– Io Deorum Abussos! Excieo Aethereus Ala-Mashavah; Laudate Panachasragoth– Xul Omnium Patronus! Obtestor Xul De Tohu, Bohu, Et Chasek– Infernalia Fundam Anados! Zacare Sa Arphe Odzamran Gohed Panachasragoth! Laudate Immortales Aeonifer-Panachasragoth! Provinite Sam, Akasha, Alogos, Et She-Ein Bo Mashavah! Alogos Teknon, Exousia Basileia Skotos, Panachasragoth, Khaosophoros Pneuma! Obveni Panachasragoth Forti– Io Deorum Abussos! Laudate Immortales Aeonifer-Panachasragoth!
[Reality Emanates from the Demonic! And All Returns to Darkness! Come, Mighty Panachasragoth– Hail to the Abyssic Divinities! I Call the Everlasting Infernal Divine; Praise Panachasragoth– Patron of the Black Light! I Call the Black Light of Tohu, Bohu, and Chasek– the Infernal Fundaments of Magickal/Alchemical Ascent! Move and Descend and Appear, Everlasting Panachasragoth! Praise the Immortal Aeon-Bearing Panachasragoth! Provide the Venom of the Adversary, the Fifth Element, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Black Light of the Qliphoth! Children of Alogos, Force of the Kingdom of Darkness, Panachasragoth, Chaos-Bearing Spirits! Come, Mighty Panachasragoth– Hail to the Abyssic Divinities! Praise the Immortal Aeon-Bearing Panachasragoth]

Panachasragoth Aeonifer Liftoach Mavethol (x44)
[Panachasragoth, Harbinger of Aeonic Progression, Open the Qliphoth]

Liftoach Shaari Ha-Reshut Ha-Rabbim B’Shem Ha-Panachasragoth (x9)
[Open the Gate to the Kingdom of Manifoldness in the Name of Panachasragoth]

Lilith, Eisheth, Agrat, Nahema (x11)
[(This Chant is Composed of the Names of Samael’s Four Brides; It Can be Used to Call Upon them to Strengthen Any Rite)]

Salvete Domine Qematriel, Basileus Gothiel, Et Rex Belial-Mortifer (x3)
[Hail Lord Qematriel, Lord Gothiel, and King Belial the Death-Bearer (This Chant Calls on the Infernal Deities of the Three Veils Before Samael to Empower the Rite)]

Artorzozam! Pal-Un! Shaloazoth! Chasheinphos! Saphorozos! Xuliphazoth! Don-Graph! Sammitrakashah! Orbiazozoth! Na-Hath-Pe! Mavethol!
[(Above: Eleven Magickal Words of Power to Strengthen the Rite)]

Gnosis De Solis Atricolor Peto– Et Obtestor Alogos Ex Abyssus! Arcesso She-Ein Bo Mashavah– Megist Pyros De Phosophorsophia! Obtestor Xul De Tohu, Bohu, Et Chasek– Infernalia Fundam Anados! Provinite Sam, Akasha, Alogos, Et She-Ein Bo Mashavah! Obveni Panachasragoth Forti– Io Deorum Abussos! Liftoach Shaari Ha-Reshut Ha-Rabbim B’Shem Ha-Panachasragoth! Et Revetetur Ad Tenebras! Laudate Immortales Aeonifer-Panachasragoth! Excieo Aethereus Ala-Mashavah; Laudate Panachasragoth– Xul Omnium Patronus! Alogos Teknon, Exousia Basileia Skotos, Panachasragoth, Khaosophoros Pneuma! Ya Namosh Sitra De-Smola Alogos Drakosophia Exat!
[I Reach for the Spiritual Knowledge/Revelation of the Black Sun– and I Call for the Unwritten Gnosis of the Abyss! I Send for the Black Light of the Qliphoth– the Great Fire of the Black Flame! I Call the Black Light of Tohu, Bohu, and Chasek– the Infernal Fundaments of Magickal/Alchemical Ascent! Provide the Venom of the Adversary, the Fifth Element, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Black Light of the Qliphoth! Come, Mighty Panachasragoth– Hail to the Abyssic Divinities! Open the Gate to the Kingdom of Manifoldness (i.e., Qliphoth) in the Name of the Entirety of the Infernal Divine! And All Returns to Darkness! Praise the Immortal Aeon-Bearing Panachasragoth! I Call the Everlasting Infernal Divine; Praise Panachasragoth– Patron of the Black Light! Children of Alogos, Force of the Kingdom of Darkness, Panachasragoth, Chaos-Bearing Spirits! In the Name of the Sinister Left Side, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Energetic Undercurrent of All Demon Magick, it is so]

Invocation of the Goetikon

(Inhale until your lungs are full and then let out a HHHHHSSSSSSS sound. This will create white and pink noise which will stengthen your calling-forth of spirits)

Sagax Coelestis Zobeteuma Gloria (x6)
[Glory to the Wise and Eternal Zobeteuma]

Voco Te Goetikon! Oecremi O Isli Zobeteuma! Perveni Coelestis Bellua Ex Qliphoth– Excieo Zobeteuma! Zamran Sa Arphe Raasi Oi Zizop! Salve Atozephos Megist Agente Ex Sitra De-Smola! Io Khaosophoros-Goetikon!
[I Call to the Goetikon! Praise to You, Zobeteuma! Come, Eternal Fiend of the Qliphoth– I Call Zobeteuma! Appear and Descend into this Vessel! Hail Atozephos, Great Emissary of the Sinister Left Side! Hail to the Goetikon, Bearer of Chaos]

Tasa Reme Laris Goetikon (x6)
[(Demonic Enn for the Goetikon)]

Salve Zobeteuma-Goetikon! Salve Megist Atozephos! Agios Ischyros Zobeteuma! Amplus Goetikon, Veni! Salve Aeviternitas Dominator Atozephos! Ol Oecremi Isli Ol Um Isli Sa Ol Zodameta Zobeteuma!
[Hail Zobeteuma-Goetikon! Hail to the Great Atozephos! Numinous and Mighty is Zobeteuma! Grand Goetikon, Come! Hail, Eternal Lord Atozphoes! I Praise Thee, I Call Thee, and I Conjure Thee, Zobeteuma]

Reayha Bacana Lyan Reme Quim Atozephos (x6)
[(Demonic Enn Used in Invocations of the Goetikon)]

Perveni Coelestis Bellua Ex Qliphoth– Excieo Goetikon! Sagax Coelestis Atozephos Gloria! Salve Goetikon Megist Agente Ex Sitra De-Smola! Ol Oecremi Isli Ol Um Isli Sa Ol Zodameta Atozephos! Salve Aeviternitas Dominator Atozephos! Perveni Coelestis Bellua Ex Qliphoth– Excieo Atozephos! Zacam Gohed Sa Micalzo Goetikon! Solpeth De G Omaoas Od Niiso Pugo Caosgi!
[Come, Eternal Fiend of the Qliphoth– I Call the Goetikon! Glory to the Wise and Eternal Atozephos! Hail the Goetikon, the Great Emissary of the Sinister Left Side! I Praise Thee, I Call Thee, and I Conjure Thee, Atozephos! Hail to the Everlasting Lord Atozephos! Come, Eternal Fiend of the Qliphoth– I Call Atozephos! I Move You, Everlasting and Mighty Goetikon! Hearken to the Names and Come Forth Unto the Earth]

Aeonifer + Goetikon + Xulogos + Ala-Mashavah + Atozephos + Goessabim + Zobeteuma

Zobeteuma, Goetikon, Atozephos, Aeonifer (x11)
[(Four Names of the Goetikon Arranged into a Chant)]

Io Khaosophoros-Goetikon! Tasa Reme Laris Goetikon! Reayha Bacana Lyan Reme Quim Goetikon! Ya Namosh Sitra De-Smola Alogos Drakosophia Exat!
[Hail the Goetikon, Bearer of Chaos! (Demonic Enn for the Goetikon)! (Demonic Enn for Invocations of the Goetikon)! In the Name of the Sinister Left Side, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Energetic Undercurrent of All Demon Magick, It Is So]

Gremory (Goetia #56)

Names: Gremory, Gamori, Gomory, Gemory
Legions: 26
Compass: North
Planet: Saturn; Uranus; Venus
Qlipha: Thagirion; Oreb Mavet
Trans-Qliphothic Veil: Tohu
Rank: Duke
Zodiac: Libra 10-20
Date: Oct 3-12
Element: Air; Water
Colors: Purple, Orange, Green, Pink, Brown
D/N: Diurnal
Tarot: 3 of Swords
Behenian Star: Capella; Algorab; Deneb; Algedi
Attributed Substances: Copper, Sandalwood, Rose, Mullein, Patchouli, Lavender

Gamori presides over geomancy, divinatory rune-casting, necromancy, pyromancy, love spells, and hydromancy. She can strengthen the astral hearing and sight of the witch and empower her astral double. She can also control the weather and increase the witch’s magickal power. She has close relationships with Thantifaxath and Qulielfi.

Gremory can teach dance, improve the magickian’s physical reflexes, and increase her sense of confidence. She can initiate one through Shams [the Planetary Sphere of the Sun] as well as the Core of the Earth (long story, don’t try it without a spirit guide’s approval). She can help the magickian become more loving, caring, seductive, and/or intimidating.

Gamori presides over the trades of theft, assassination, dealing drugs, and bodyguard-ing. She can make the happenings of the present, past, and future known and reveal the hide-aways of hidden treasure. She’s thoroughly informed regarding numerology, so the next time a Gematria citation sounds like horseshit to you, give her a call.

I’m told that Gremory will know how to respond to you better if you are focused on your emotional state.

Gremory can basically fix your brain up. Whether you have an anxiety issue or a learning disability, Gremory can either heal the mind entirely or permanently diminish the symptoms. She can do away with mental blocks and engender recovery from addiction. She can help one break habits and heal all manner of physical ailments as well– digestive problems, for example.

While traditional demonology depicts Gamori manifesting as a beautiful dutchess riding a camel, modern practitioners tend to only see the demons manifest the way the grimoires describe if they expect the demons to do so. The first visage which the demoness adopted in my visions of her was some type of black bird, while her second was a wrathful-looking grim reaper– a skull for a head, a black, hooded robe, and a scythe with an ornate blade. When she manifested her wings in this reaper form, two black-feathered wings emerged first, followed by second lower pair of wings. The majority of the second pair’s feathers were red, but the bottom-middle of the wings were formed of black feathers.

The scales of Gremory’s draconian manifestation shimmer light blue. She has four appendages– two little arms and two little legs. She flies without wings. She appeared once in a vision as a demonic woman– her skin was lightish blue, and she wore nothing more than diaphanous white garments which left her stomach and legs revealed. Her eyes had huge white irises with no pupils. The remainder of her eyes surrounding the irises was black with little white dots like stars.

Magickal Chants

This is a summoning chant for Gremory that I channeled.

Praedicate Divina Gremory
“Praise to the Numinous Gremory!”

Ave Ambrosia Belua Ex Abysso– Venire Aethereus Gomory
“Hail unto the Immortal Fiend from the Abyss– Come, Everlasting Gomory!”

An Tasa Shi Gremory On Ca
This is the Demonic Enn or Traditional Summoning Chant for Gremory

V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia