I Put My Most Important Videos in a Playlist

If you are not yet aware, I run a YouTube channel which I would love for you to subscribe to. I deliver information and talk about my experience in a casual and often humorous manner, and I’m told that my videos are a breath of fresh air due to all the black magickal influencers who feel the need to don absurd personas. I have put my most helpful videos into a playlist, which playlist includes detailed instructions for evocation and invocation. While I currently have a professional video intro, a logitech webcam, and a blue yeti microphone to make my videos with, a lot of the videos on the playlist are very old. Older videos have been included based on the quality and importance of the information they provide.

So far, this month’s Patreon-exclusive content has included an opening rite for summoning the Watchers and a piece about Apep (contains personal gnosis, a chant, an incantation, & three sigils). Previous posts have included gnosis of & rites to Hercules, a Daathic sphereworking, gnosis of Chavajoth, Shani, and Death Itself, and numerous rituals. Support ya girl:
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-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Darkat

Compass: Southwest; South
Elemental Attribution: Fire
Colors: Brown, Transparent, Red
Sacred Numbers: 3, 16, 23, 87, 94, 415
Zodiac Attribution: Pisces; Aquarius (Primary)
Aspects & Atavisms: Crocodile, Worm, Shark, Serpent, Bat, Crab
Planetary Attribution: the Sun (Primary); the Moon; the Black Moon
Attributed Fixed Behenian Star: Capella (Secondary); Spica (Primary); Scheddi/Deneb Algiedi (Lesser)

DarkatAbove: Channeled Sigil of Darkat

“You will find me more powerful than you anticipate… I embody all things and give birth to all life. From my womb crawls the womb of many wombs. I give birth to all transformative properties of magick and sorcery. Through my flesh crawls life.” -Darkat

Disclaimer

I do not support the Order of the Nine Angles or associate with persons affiliated with it. Nonetheless, I do have beneficial relationships with many of the entities venerated by the O9A, and introducing these entities to the broader black magickal community has been something of a side-project of mine for some time.

I am writing this article because I believe that Darkat and other spiritual intelligences venerated by the O9A deserve a better pool of magickians to work with than that which the O9A has to offer. I believe that many members of my audience are or will become better equipped to work with and venerate Darkat than any “Niner” ever will be.

This article will exclusively feature original methods (chants & sigil) for conjuring Darkat. My experience is that the magickal current of the O9A causes the spirits they venerate to manifest in ways that are unusual, often undesirable, and generally unpleasant to both the magickian and the spirit.

Ergo, I have channeled a unique sigil for Darkat and channeled original chants which may be used to summon Darkat. The chants and sigil which the O9A present for the conjuration of Darkat do not appear anywhere in this article.

Regarding Darkat

Darkat is the creatrix of Tohu, the Trans-Qliphothic Abyss, which she rules alongside Qemetiel. She is not a demon of the Satanic/Goetic variety, nor is she a Shaitanic djinn. Rather, she is a fiend of a much older variety. She is the mother of Azazel, and while she rules over the Watchers as empress, the Watchers are only some of the spirits she rules.

The way that Naos and my guides alike speak of Darkat makes it very clear that she has a connection to love. She is definitely a dark entity, and she self-identifies as such. She is a patroness of magick and bedevilment. Darkat appeared to a former Niner who goes by “Eye of Star” as a mermaid, but appeared to me as a crowned woman driving a chariot.

According to Naos, Darkat is a “Goddess, associated with lunar aspects. The name is traditionally regarded as pre-Sumerian in origin and Darkat is often regarded as the origin of the myth of Lilitu/Lilith– the female counterpart of Dagon, remembered as one of the Dark Gods from their last manifestation on Earth.”

When I asked Darkat about her connection to Lilith, the goddess responded by saying “We [Lilith and I] flow from the same river.”

Lilith and Darkat appeared to Eye of Star side by side.

I lit a cigarette and designated it as an offering to Darkat. By smoking the cigarette, I imbibed her essence, partaking of her offering with her consent. With every couple drags, the energy I was taking in “changed flavors,” if you’ll pardon the metaphor. The “flavors” I would describe, in the order I felt them, I would depict as the primordial chaos, the energy of mother nature, the light of the Moon, the light of the Sun, the snow of Antarctica, and the water of Antarctica.

My gnosis of Darkat places her as primarily solar– to me, she seems outwardly lunar but internally solar.

Insofar as what reasons one might have for working with Darkat, the goddess is borderline all-purposed. She can cause numerous kinds of change, engender borderline innumerable manners of alchemical permutation, and generate many types of manifestation. She gets fast results and brings about great transformation.

Darkat introduced Eye of Star to Jezabel.

I found the goddess’s demeanor to be inviting, kind, and cheerful. Like demons, she often speaks in riddles, which riddles contain hidden truths and elevate the consciousness of the sorceress who channels them.

Name Pronunciation

I have heard people pronounce the name Darkat such that the second syllable of the name rhymes with the word “rat.” I believe that the name should be pronounced such that the second syllable rhymes with the word “lot.”

Since the name is purportedly pre-Sumerian in origin, I have no academic avenue of discerning the pronunciation. What I have done is speak both potential pronunciations of the name aloud and determine which one is accurate by comparing the energy the different pronunciations manifest. Feel free to replicate this experiment yourself and come to your own conclusion.

Regarding Lidagon

In regards to Darkat being the counterpart of Dagon, Naos presents Lidagon as the “Symbolic representation of the union of the two sexual opposites (Darkat and Dagon) in their darker aspects.”

Lidagon appears to be a sort of combination-metagod comparable in nature to Hermekate (the combination of Hermes with Hekate) and Hermaphrodite (the combination of Hermes and Aphrodite), which two combination-metagods are recorded in the Papyri Graecae Magicae.

In order to provide serious insight regarding Lidagon, I will have to undertake some personal exploration, which personal exploration I cannot promise I will undertake any time soon.

Magickal Chants

Sembaraez + Qeistempa
Two Channeled Secret Names for Darkat (Qeistempa is pronounced like Kwaystimpa).
(Note: Secret Names Are Only for Use in Worship and Spellwork)

Darkat Zaraznana
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant for Darkat (Note: All-Purposed Means Usable for Invocation, Evocation, etc.)

Sabaraz Zanasor Gazrabae Oznaeroz
Channeled Chant to Evoke Darkat

Saka Gatra Hawa Mama
Channeled Chant to Invoke Darkat

Qeistempa, Sembaraez, Darkat
All-Purposed Chant Composed of Three Names for Darkat

Bibliography

  1. Eye of Star, “Darkat,” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvjjwX7Uwow.
  2. Preisendanz, Karl, and Albert Henrichs. Papyri Graecae Magicae. Saur, 2001.
  3. Ona. Naos. Lulu.Com, 2009.

Nyarlathotep or So Upcaqaiu

Element: Water
Compass: Northeast
Zodiac Attribution: None
Sacred Numbers: 4, 12, 17, 94, 84, 397, 521
Colors: Blue, Rainbow, Transparent, Black, Purple
Qliphothic Attribution: Daath; Golachab; Satariel
Planetary Attributions: the Black Sun; Uranus; the Black Moon

nyarlathotep-sigil-improvedAbove: Sigil of Nyarlathotep Channeled By DancingCorpseWitch

Introduction & Disclaimer

Many black magickians have come to the realization that some or all of the deities described in the fiction of H.P. Lovecraft are objectively extant intelligences as well as viable initiators and spirit guides.

Multiple theories regarding how these entities came to be presented as fictitious characters exist. I have previously covered the three theories which I am aware of on both my WordPress and YouTube channel and presented my personal gnosis on the matter in my recent video “Azagthoth Reveals the Truth Behind Lovecraftian Magick.”

I have already covered Kutulu/Cthulhu, Ishiniggarab/Shub-Niggurath, Azagthoth/Azathoth/Atazoth, and Xastur/Hastur on my WordPress due to my interest in the Necronomicon by Simon (the Urilia text in particular). Thereafter, I decided that I would cover Yog-Sothoth and Nyarlathotep here because I considered covering all of the deities described by Lovecraft to be an impressive accomplishment for a medium and demonologist. My reason for ditching my plan to write an article about Yog-Sothoth is covered in my YouTube video entitled “My Personal Gnosis of Yog-Sothoth”.

Regarding Nyarlathotep

Nyarlathotep is a spirit of Da’ath, an emissary of Astaroth, and a dethroned lord of the underworld who is capable of manifesting in the Inbetween. In terms of species, he is a mixture of a demon, a daeva/div, and a nightmare angel. When I asked the spirit if he had a name which he preferred to Nyarlathotep, the name he presented to me was So Upcaqaiu (SOW-oop-SAW-qee-ath).

My personal gnosis is that So Upcaqaiu is an exile of Arezura, as well as an exile of Irkalla/Kur. When I asked Nyarlathotep why he was exiled from the realms of Ereshkygal and Ahriman, he said that he committed many acts which were offensive to the dwellers and lords of those planes.

I asked him about his relationship(s) to Kutulu, Azagthoth, Ishniggarab, and Xastur. He told me that he was friends with Kutulu, Azagthoth, and Ishniggarab, but that he didn’t interact with Xastur. So Upcaqaiu specified that he and Kutulu do not work alongside one another on their own time (obviously witches often evoke the two alongside one another). This may or may not contradict the gnosis of given authorities on Lovecraftian magick.

A manuscript from the Temple of the Ascending Flame described So Upcaqaiu as the “initiator into the mysteries” of Lovecraftian magick and “the companion of all who walk the path of the Great Old Ones.” According to the ToAF, “Nyarlathotep is the guide who leads man to the stars, showing us how to transcend our finite nature and become infinite and eternal.”

According to Asenath Mason, “[Nyarlathotep] is the Left Hand Path initiator who destroys everything and ruthlessly shatters all weaknesses within our minds. He is the Crawling Chaos who opens the gate to the Outer Void through which the Great Old Ones can enter our consciousness. Nyarlathotep is thus the beginning (the initiator of interactions with the Outer Gods) and the end – the destroyer and the principle of disintegration.”

154762A1-470B-4390-B7CB-A6FB17AFD11DAbove: My Channeled Sigil of Nyarlathotep

According to DancingCorpseWitch, “Nyarlathotep, to me, is suave and eloquent in his speech, he’s a classy but whimsical dude that likes to party. He also seems to enjoy Paganini. He’s someone that would help you out because he’s nice and he likes you, but he’d also be the kind of person that would help you simply for fun. In my work with him, he is extremely useful in opening portals and gates across various multidimensional planes, but that is probably only a fraction of what he can actually do.”

Nyarlathotep is knowledgeable regarding Egyptian magick, Norse runes, spells of oppression, lust spells, spiritual warcraft, and protection magick. His auspices are of use in conjuring masses of spirits to accomplish a large goal.

So Upcaqaiu first appeared to me as an anthropoid, vaguely insectoid in nature, apparently devoid of facial features, and coated in the colors yellow and black. During my second encounter, he appeared as a robed, cloaked, and chained floating corpse-thing. The Temple of the Ascending Flame purports that Nyarlathotep usually dons a humanoid appearance, and often an appearance familiar to the operator.

DancingCorpseWitch described the spirit as “A dark, shadowy figure stepped out… [whose] face was entirely featureless, save for a very wide toothy grin that seemed friendly but could easily be mistaken for one that was menacing. He was in a very dapper-looking tuxedo, with pointed shoes. His coattails flapped in the wind as he extended a clawed arm out for a handshake. It was then that I realized he was Nyarlathotep. His hand was a little cold to the touch, and it felt almost as though I was grasping cold sand that was constantly shifting against my skin. I also realized that at that moment that the figure in front of me was merely an extension of him, and behind him there was this incomprehensible, black, seething mass.”

According to DancingCorpseWitch, “[So Upcaqaiu] talks in a lilt, and his accent is a mix of American and something else that I cannot place – I would best describe it as that of a sinister Bond villain.”

Magickal Chants

Zanasnor + Soaqit + Loafsou + Aznaea
Four Channeled Names of So Upcaqaiu
(Zaw-naz-NOR + SOW-ah-QUIT + LOW-awf-SOW-oo + Oz-NEIGH-UH)

Azsae Yal Sor Azgae
Channeled Chant to Evoke So Upcaqaiu

Orjon Ala Nara Zor
Channeled Chant to Invoke So Upcaqaiu

Yarzae Yaltae Yorson Alloth
Channeled Chant to Invoke So Upcaqaiu

Veni, Veni, Soaqit, Zanasnor
“Come, Come, Soaqit, Zanasnor!”

Evoco Loafsou Pe Fende Chaos
“I Call Loafsou, Fiend of Chaos!”

Vocavi Te, Zanasnor, Magna Paladin
“I Summon You, Zanasnor, Great Sorcerer!”

Ambrosius Aznaea-Soaqit Gloria
“Glory to the Immortal Aznaea-Soaqit!”

Bibliography

1. DancingCorpseWitch. “Nyarlathotep, the One and Only.” The Private Journal of a Void Witch, 4 July 2019, https://dancingcorpsewitch.wordpress.com/2019/07/02/nyarlathotep-the-one-and-only/.
2. Mason, Asenath. Necronomicon Gnosis. Black Tower Publishing, 2014.
3. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.
4. Temple of the Ascending Flame. Nyarlathotep as the Guide to the Necronomicon Gnosis. 2016, http://www.ascendingflame.com/.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Kutulu or “Cthulhu”

Compass: Southeast
Qliphothic Attributions: Gamaliel
Colors: Purple, Black, Orange, Green, Red
Zodiac Attributions: Scorpio, Aries, Gemini
Elemental Attributions: Air (Primary); Water
Sacred Numbers: 6, 11, 13, 17, 47, 94, 98, 354, 497
Attributed Fixed Behenian Stars: Algorab, Arcturus
Planetary Attributions: Uranus (Primary); Mercury (Primary); Earth (Tertiary); Pluto (Secondary); Black Earth (Secondary)

KutuluAbove: Channeled Sigil of Kutulu

Introduction & Disclaimer

Some of my readers may be taken aback when I present “Cthulhu” as a legitimate deity who may be summoned and communed with by black magickians. I will state openly that the spirits which H.P. Lovecraft described as “Cthulhu,” “Hastur,” “Nyarlathotep,” and “Azathoth” objectively exist. There are three major Occult theories that I know of which aim to explain why/how the intelligences described in Lovecraft’s fiction exist objectively, and they are as follows:

(i) H.P. Lovecraft had personal experience with the Occult.
(ii) H.P. Lovecraft knew one or more spiritualists whose knowledge he could “rip off” or otherwise incorporate into his fiction.
(iii) H.P. Lovecraft was a psychically-gifted atheist who was unknowingly oppressed by spirits, which spirits forced him to record them in his fiction.

Personally, I am partial to theory (iii). You may pick whichever theory makes the most sense to you or dismiss all three. That’s on you. I’m just here to tell you what the spirit is like.

This article about Kutulu will not draw from the descriptions of “Cthulhu” in Lovecraftian ficiton, but rather, will present an understanding of Kutulu based on my personal gnosis and his description in the Necronomicon by Simon. For those who have not read Simon’s grimoire, Necronomicon influence is the reason I refer to the spirit described by this article as “Kutulu” instead of “Cthulhu.”

For interested parties, H.P. Lovecraft has publicly stated that “Cthulhu” is a name which a human is incapable of pronouncing. According to Lovecraft, the closest that a human can come to accurately pronouncing this name is kuh-thew-loo.

Regarding Kutulu

Kutulu (koo-TWO-lew) is a Da’athic/abyssal spirit of transformation and a necrosophic/necromantic god of alchemy. He can help one transform themselves in any manner they see fit. He is a harbinger of macroscopic alchemy and a warrior god.

The Necronomicon by Simon translates the name Kutulu as “Man of the Underworld” and describes Kutulu as a dweller in the abyss. The Urilia text delineates Kutulu as follows: “Of all the Gods and Spirits of Abomination, KUTULU only cannot be summoned, for he is the Sleeping Lord. The magician can not hope to have any power over him, but he may be worshiped and for him the proper sacrifices may be made, so that he will spare thee when he rises to the earth. And the times for the sacrifice are the same times as the Sleeping of MARDUK, for this is when Great KUTULU moves. And he is the very Fire of the Earth, and Power of All Magick. When he joins with the Abominations of the Sky, TIAMAT will once more rule the earth!”

Despite the description of Kutulu as sleeping, Kutulu has appeared to my friends and I more than once. His appearance was as a hairless grey anthropoid with yellow eyes and a purple-and-black spiraling portal suspended behind him. Pazuzu, who has appeared to me alongside Kutulu, always manifested to me with an identical portal behind him.

Unlike most deities, Kutulu is capable of manifesting in the Inbetween, or as it has otherwise been called, the sub-astral plane.

As for species, Kutulu is a djinnic god. There are multiple types of djinn, one (or more?) of which may be described as Shaitanic, and Kutulu encompasses all of these types.

According to the Necronomicon, “the Tomb of Man” is “the joy of Kutulu.” The grimoire gives Kutulu such monikers as “mighty Kutulu,” “dead Kutulu,” and “dread Kutulu” throughout the text.

Kutulu governs all manners of knowledge and can teach the sorceress about numerous spiritual praxes. His auspices are of use in working with djinn, the dead, and the undead.

The Necronomicon presents various colorful descriptions of Kutulu sporadically throughout the text. Examples include:

  • “Kutulu raises his head and stares through the Veils of sunken Varloorni, up through the abyss”
  • “…she [Inanna] conquered the realm of the Underworld and vanquisheth Kutulu.”
  • “…the dread Kutulu strains at his bonds.”
  • “From the Waters of Kutulu, protect me!”
  • “[Lugalabdubur] Chained Kutulu to the abyss.” (Note: this is one of many times in the text that the spirits of the names of Marduk are described as having played various roles in Marduk’s battle against Tiamat. While I will not adduce each example individually, I would like to point out that, in these descriptions, Kutulu, Azagthoth, and Tiamat are clearly presented as affiliated and aligned with one another).
  • “The Dead Kutulu, Dead but Dreaming”
  • “the ABYSS, also called Kutulu the Corpse”
  • “On these days [when Marduk is sleeping and powerless], the Mother Tiamat is restless, the corpse Kutulu shakes beneath the Earth, and our Master Enki is sore afraid.” (Note: the days that Marduk is said to be sleeping and powerless are described as “when the Great Bear hangs from its tail”).
  • “And of Kutulu/ the Serpent who sleepeth Dead.”

Magickal specialties of Kutulu include shielding, pyromancy, vampyrism, the Black Kundalini, astrology, and the subpersonal chakras. Other specialties of his include astronomy, automobiles, leadership, decision-making skills, architecture, history, self-awareness, lucid dreaming, intuition, dealing with insecurity, breaking down mental barriers, and reasoning skills.

Kutulu has various aspects including a worm aspect, a jellyfish aspect, an alligator aspect, a goat aspect, a spider aspect, and a hyena aspect.

For persons wondering, Kutulu and Kthunae are not the same being.

Magickal Chants

Kutulu Goznonzaea
This is a Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant for Kutulu. Being All-Purposed, It Is of Use in Invocation and Evocation Alike.

Maranana Dalontorem Gozombala Oznasorem
Channeled Chant to Invoke Kutulu

Hozarana Alathana Anazorem Gozadaea
Channeled Chant to Evoke Kutulu

Bibliography

  1. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Gaubni

Element: Fire
Compass: Southeast; West
Zodiac Attribution: Virgo; Capricorn
Colors: Purple, Brown, Blue, Rainbow
Qliphothic Attribution: Herab Serapel (Venus/Ba’al)
Sacred Numbers: 13, 95, 23, 359, 444, 18, 45, 91
Planetary Attributions: Pluto (Primary); the Black Moon (Secondary); Mercury (Tertiary)

GaubniAbove: Channeled Sigil of Gaubni

“My presence leads to desolation. I am death itself.” -Gaubni

Disclaimer

I do not support the Order of the Nine Angles or associate with persons affiliated with it. Nonetheless, I do have beneficial relationships with many of the entities venerated by the O9A, and introducing these entities to the broader black magickal community has been something of a side-project of mine for some time.

I am writing this article because I believe that Gaubni and other spiritual intelligences venerated by the O9A deserve a better pool of magickians to work with than that which the O9A has to offer. I believe that many members of my audience are or will become better equipped to work with and venerate Gaubni than any “Niner” ever will be.

This article will exclusively feature original methods (chants & sigil) for conjuring Gaubni. My experience is that the magickal current of the O9A causes the spirits they venerate to manifest in ways that are unusual, often undesirable, and generally unpleasant to both the magickian and the spirit.

Ergo, I have channeled a unique sigil for Gaubni, channeled many original chants which may be used to summon Gaubni, and created my own chants which may be used to summon Gaubni. The chants and sigil which the O9A present for the conjuration of Gaubni do not appear anywhere in this article.

My Personal Gnosis of Gaubni

Gaubni is a member of the collective of spirits which has been variously referred to by such monikers as the “Watchers,” the “Grey Ones,” the “Holy Ones,” “Those Who Are Awake,” the “Iyrin,” the “Grigori,” and the “Egrogoroi.” Based on Gaubni’s words as quoted under the sigil, it would appear that Gaubni is, like Santa Muerte, an aspect of the divinity or metagod I call “Death Itself.”

Gaubni is a guide to black magickians and a spirit of death, fire, and the Black Flame. He is a dark intelligence who resides in the Void and presides over the chaos which befalls the initiate of the Nightside. His alchemy is black and cruel, and he imparts knowledge to those he deems worthy.

Gaubni is a spirit of death, and if you only venerate him because you are partial to some “Order” he never gave a fuck about, you are very much out of luck. While the O9A has decided that he was to be one of the chief entities they venerate, he lacks interest in them and their cause.

The auspices of Gaubni are of great use in execration magick and money spells.

Gaubni is wonderful guide to those working with the Death Current, and his auspices are of use in pursuing initiation through any underworld plane you can think of (Irkalla, Purgatory, Yomi, Hades, etc.).

Gaubni is not to be fooled with and he does not take kindly to mistakes made by the witch who pursues communion with him.

Gaubni can be called upon to intensify the love which the members of a (romantic) couple feel for one another, assuming that both partisans of the relationship consent to his intensification of their romance.

Gaubni is ruthless, and he can destroy the enemies of those who follow him very, very quickly. He is a magnificent protector for those who venerate him and he can initiate a witch into more necromantic/necrosophic paths than she will ever live long enough to learn about.

In short, Gaubni is one of the best divinities an initiate of the Death Current can choose to venerate. Gaubni’s alchemy transforms the witch on both spiritual and cellular levels. His true follower will not be the same manner of being that she was when she met him.

Gaubni appeared to me as a slender, sword-wielding merman. His eyes and his inhuman lower body were black. His skin was snow white, and his hair was long, wild, and red.

My dreams when sleeping with Gaubni’s sigil in my pocket were laced with psychological horror and strange sex acts, which sex acts I was witness to, not partisan of.

Gaubni in Hebdomadry*

Naos, a core magickal text of the Order of the Nine Angles, attributes Gaubni to the second path of the Tree of Wyrd (note: the ToW is the O9A’s answer to the Sephiroth. Naberius has referred to the initiatory workings of the ToW as “subhuman alchemy,” so I would not recommend working with it). The second pathway leads from the sphere of the Moon to the sphere of Venus. It is attributed to the goddess Nythra and the Death card of the Sinister Tarot (the O9A’s unique deck).

Naos purports that Gaubni is often referred to as “the Great Demon” and that the spirit Gaubni is liable to manifest when the name “Nythra” is vibrated. In my personal experience and that of others, it is not uncommon for Gaubni to manifest when the goddess Budsturga is evoked.

I use the term “demon” to refer to a very specific species of spirit in my literature (not all black magickal influencers do this). Gaubni is not a “demon” insofar as “demons” are described in my literature. In actuality, Gaubni is a Watcher, insofar as “the Watchers” can be defined as “a group of divinities led by Semyaza, Azael, and Azazel, which group of divinities descended from Ain/Tohu, Ain Soph/Bohu, and Ain Soph Aur/Chasek, and were thereafter inaccurately described as fallen angels in apocryphal scripture.” To be clear, that definition of “the Watchers” is my own unique definition.

Niners and former Niners have described Gaubni as a “pure black mass of energy that absorbs,” ‘a huge guy wearing a beautifully-sown, hooded robe made of human flesh,’ “a powerful presence to be around,” “a chaotic being,” and a “dark god.”

Don’t ask me why, but one O9A offshoot group, for one reason or another, felt the need to butcher the Necronomicon by Simon with the following quote: “The Lord of Abominations is GAUBNI of the South Winds, whose face is a mass of entrails of the animals and men. His breath is the stench of dung, and no incense can banish the odor from where GAUBNI has been. GAUBNI is the Dark Angel of all that is excreted, and of all that sours. And as all things come to the time when they will decay, so also GAUBNI is the Lord of the Future of all that goes upon the earth, and any man’s future years may be seen by gazing into the very face of this Angel, taking care not to breathe the horrid perfume that is the odor of death.”

The Necronomicon excerpt which the “Tempel ov Blood” felt led to bastardize reads as follows: “The Lord of Abominations is HUMWAWA of the South Winds, whose face is a mass of the entrails of the animals and men. His breath is the stench of dung, and has been. HUMWAWA is the Dark Angel of all that is excreted, and of all that sours. And as all things come to the time when they will decay, so also HUMWAWA is the Lord of the Future of all that goes upon the earth, and any man’s future years may be seen by gazing into the very face of this Angel, taking care not to breathe the horrid perfume that is the odour of death.”

While Gaubni and Humwawa are manifestations of the same deific force (i.e., aspects of the same metagod), the two do not want to be mixed up with one another. Butchering the Necronomicon in this manner is a great way to get a deific facepalm from Gaubni and Humwawa alike.

Don’t do this. Stop. Get help.

It may or may not be of interest to the reader that Humwawa and Nythra manifested side by side to empower/transform me during my last invocation of Chernobog. After Chernobog, Humwawa, and Nythra, were finished with me, Senerron manifested to tell me that he was interested in working with me.

My first invocation of Gaubni was performed by using traditional O9A chants. During this invocation, Gaubni said, at one point, near the beginning of the rite, “I am death.” At the end of the invocation, Gaubni said, “Now you are death.”

*Hebdomadry, “the Sevenfold Way,” or the “Septenary Path,” is the magickal tradition/praxis of the O9A.

Magickal Chants

Iaeril + Goznasaea + Mobaclo
These are three channeled secret names of Gaubni which I have been authorized to publicly release. Secret names are only for use in magick and worship. The first name is pronounced EYE-ay-REAL. The “a” in Iaeril is pronounced the way that you would pronounce the letter “A” if you were singing the alphabet song. The third name, Mobaclo, is pronounced muh-BACK-LOW.

Gaubni Gorasaeron
This is a channeled all-purposed summoning chant for Gaubni. Being all-purposed, it is useful for evocation and invocation alike.

Dozanana Gozrataea Porembala Arisaemba
Channeled Evocation Chant for Gaubni
(the i in Arisaemba is pronounced like the i in Miss)

Gozombala Kalanana Dadathora Gozratem
Channeled Invocation Chant for Gaubni

Enascere Gaubni Lar Mortis
“Appear, Gaubni, God of Death”
This is an all-purposed Latin Gaubni-calling chant which I designed, empowered, and consecrated.

Ascende Domine Gaubni
“Rise Lord Gaubni”
This is an all-purposed Latin Gaubni-calling chant which I designed, empowered, and consecrated.

Bibliography

  1. False Prophet. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013.
  2. Warhead, Þursagoði. “Introduced To Gaubni.” THURSIAN PERSPECTIVE, 9 Dec. 2017, https://thursianperspective.wordpress.com/2017/12/09/introduced-to-gaubni/.
  3. Ona. Naos. Lulu.Com, 2009.
  4. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Please Stop Using Agrippa’s Sigil of Saturn to Summon Azazel (Includes Info on Agiel & Zazel/Zuhal)

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Above is Agrippa’s sigil of Saturn, a symbol which has, through a telephone-game-like phenomenon, come to be considered the sigil of Azazel, which it is not.

The misconception that this sigil is useful in summoning Azazel is enormously widespread. Countless black magickal influencers personally use this sigil to summon Azazel and encourage others to do the same. In fact, the misidentification of this sigil is so common that a fictitious character named John Winchester even used it to summon Azazel in season one of Supernatural (a popular tv show I watch).

In Agrippa’s work, three sigils are presented: one sigil of the planet Saturn (the one shown above), one sigil of Agiel (the angel of Saturn), and one sigil of Zazel (the demon of Saturn). The misidentification of the sigil of Saturn as a sigil of Azazel stems from (i) the confusion of Agrippa’s sigil of Saturn with Agrippa’s sigil of Zazel and (ii) the identification of Zazel with Azazel.

Please read this incredibly short article by Frater V.I.M. for clarification:
http://satanicwitchcraft93.blogspot.com/2017/03/azazel-sigil.html

The Effectiveness of the Sigil of Saturn in Summoning Azazel

As we have discussed, many black magickians use Agrippa’s sigil of Saturn to summon Azazel and succeed in their summonings regardless. How is this possible?

The answer is quite simple, and I speak from personal experience here. Fortunately, I have never used Agrippa’s sigil of Saturn to summon Azazel, but I have gotten my sigils confused before.

In a YouTube video entitled “Retard Evokes Gargophias Into a Windshield,” I tell the story of the first successful demon evocation I ever performed alone. When I evoked the demon Gargophias, I was using the wrong sigil, and I succeeded regardless. To be specific, I used the sigil of another demon named Baratchial.

Magickians have speculated that Agrippa’s sigil of Saturn is useful in evoking Azazel because of how many magickians have mistakenly used it for that purpose over time. I posit a different theory: I think that people who successfully use the sigil of Saturn to summon Azazel succeed in spite of their misuse of Agrippa’s sigil, just as I succeeded in my evocation of Gargophias in spite of my use of Baratchial’s sigil.

Zazel vs. Azazel

While Frater V.I.M.’s article is useful in correcting the misidentification of Agrippa’s sigil of Saturn, it unfortunately promulgates the misidentification of Zazel with Azazel.

My contention is that Azazel (the leader of the Shedim), Zazel (the demon of Saturn), Azael (one of the three leaders of the Watchers alongside Semyaza and Azazel), and Zazazel (the Lord of Keraktes) are all separate entities. While I have never confused Azael with Azazel and I have never misidentified Azazel with Zazel, I have publicly and wrongfully stated that Zazazel and Zazel were the same entity due to a mistake in my divination. For the record, my misidentification of Zazel with Zazazel is infinitely dumber than Frater V.I.M.’s misidentification of Zazel with Azazel.

Zazel and Azazel are not the same spirit. While their energies may feel similar at times, they are separate entities. They have very similar names, and they are both demons, so it is definitely easy to confuse the two.

Allow me to quote the Wikipedia article about Zazel:

“[Zazel is] The darker spirit (demon) of Saturn. mentioned as a Spirit in such works as the Key of Solomon. As it says on the 10th Plate: “The First Pentacle of Mercury.–It serveth to invoke the Spirits who are under the Firmament.” Zazel is described as being one of the presiding spirits, either the forty-fifth or the forty-ninth, with Agiel, of Saturn, and has been described as a great angel, invoked in Solomonic magic, who is “effective in love conjurations”. In Ottoman Turkish, Urdu and Malay, the spirit’s name is ‘Zuhal’, derived from the Arabic language (Arabic: زحل‎, romanized: Zuhal).”

You may recognize the name Zuhal/Zohal from my article Introduction to the Saturnian Divinity or my e-grimoire Falciferian Sorcery for Beginners, wherein I present Zuhal, Saturn, Chronos, Shani, and more spirits as aspects of the Saturnine Metagod. In my literature, I have described Zuhal as “the Demonic Face of the Saturnian Divinity.”

In my personal gnosis, Azazel is not even attributed to the planet Saturn. Instead, he is attributed to the Moon and the Black Sun.

For more information about Zazel/Zuhal/Zohal, I recommend my e-grimoire mentioned above and The Cult of the Black Cube by Arthur Moros.

Where Can I Find An Actual Sigil of Azazel?

In my article about Azazel, I present one sigil of Azazel that I created, one sigil of Azazel that I channeled, and one aspect-specific sigil of Azazel that Augustus Grigori channeled:
https://vkjehannum.wordpress.com/2017/04/22/azazel/

A fourth sigil of Azazel can be found in the article below:

Azazel – Watcher Angel and High Prince of the Fallen Darkness

Of the four options presented, I would recommend my channeled sigil of Azazel (the one drawn in blue ink).

Agiel

I have decided to present some information about Agiel in this article for pretty much no reason whatsoever.

According to Wikipedia, “[Agiel/Agyal is] The Intelligence (beneficial spirit) of Saturn mentioned as a Spirit in such works as the Key of Solomon. As it says on the 10th Plate: “The First Pentacle of Mercury.–It serveth to invoke the Spirits who are under the Firmament.” And the letters forming the names of the Spirits Yekahel and Agiel. He is also described as being the presiding spirit of the planet Saturn, with Zȃzȇl.”

According to my personal gnosis, Agiel, unlike Zazel/Zohal, is not an aspect of the Saturnine Metagod. Ninib (a Sumerian deity) described Agiel to me as a dark archangel who imparts protection and alchemical transformation and can teach the Occultist how to evoke or invoke any manner of spiritual intelligence.

Agiel must be summoned without fear. If you become afraid of the archangel upon evoking or invoking him, he will initiate violence upon you.

Bibliography

1. “Agiel.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 29 Aug. 2019, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agiel.
2. Jehannum, V.K. “Introduction to the Saturnian Divinity.” V.K. Jehannum, 25 July 2019, https://vkjehannum.wordpress.com/2019/07/22/introduction-to-the-saturnian-divinity/.
3. V.I.M., Frater. “Azazel Sigil?” Satanic Witchcraft, 1 Jan. 1970, http://satanicwitchcraft93.blogspot.com/2017/03/azazel-sigil.html.
4. “Zazel (Spirit).” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 9 Sept. 2018, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zazel_(spirit).
5. Dreadwood, Somnus. Rites in the Thirteen Tongues. Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Hymn to Tiamat, Kingu, & Absu

Except when designated otherwise, my magickal hymns are all-purposed. They may be incorporated into any ritual or used as stand-alone incantations for self-empowerment.

This one calls upon Tiamat, Kingu, and Absu, and it incorporates multiple channeled secret names which refer to the three collectively. Secret names are only for use in worship and magick.

Avete Apason, Thalassa, Et Kingu
Magnae Immortales, Laudamus
Obveni Gorembol Et Mozrator
Diis Primum Et Ingentem Wamphyri
Concalo Magnifico Spirituum
Dozathora– Tiamat, Qingu, Et Absu
Io Barason, Io Dorazae, Io Gorzraedon

Translation: “Hail Apason/Absu, Thalassa/Tiamat, and Kingu/ Praise the Great and Immortal Spirits/ Come, (Secret Name for the Three) and (Secret Name for the Three)/ Primordial Gods and Mighty Vampyres/ I Call the Magnificient Spirits/ (Secret Name for the Three)– Tiamat, Qingu, and Absu/ Hail (Secret Name for the Three), Hail (Secret Name for the Three), Hail (Secret Name for the Three).”

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia