Invocation of Nyx or Nox

I was commissioned to design the following invocation of Nyx. This ritual was designed to be powerful enough to generate a significant and powerful manifestation without requiring sigils or magickal equipment. Nonetheless, any sigils and pieces of magickal equipment the sorceress has at her disposal may be incorporated into the ritual as she sees fit.

Phrases in italics are meant to be chanted in a rhythmic monotone. Translations appear in brackets. Explanations appear in parentheses. Names and words of power appearing in bold are meant to be vibrated (if you don’t know how to vibrate names and WoP’s, just speak each name or WoP three times each).

This ritual employs two channeled secret names for Nyx (Aznonzae and Sorthatae). Secret names are only for use in magick and worship.

Io Nyx! Ia Nox! In Nominibus Lapis Exilis Et Alogos! Praevalida Nox Exorna Regnum!
[Hail Nyx! Hail Nox! In the Names of the Stone of Exile and the Unwritten Gnosis! Mighty Nyx, Provide Transcendence]

Nyx! Primeval Maiden of the Night!
Murky and Blackgirdled Nyx, Tenebrous and Acausal Divinity,
Bewinged Charioteer Who Gave Birth to Darksome Beings,
Dark-Robed Goddess Who Rides Accompanied By Stars,
I Call You Forth to Bestow Upon Me the Blessing of Union with You!

Nyx + Aznonzae + Sorthatae + Astraea + Nox
[(Five Names for Nyx)]

Nyx Phylia, Admirabilis, Divina Astraea, Patefi Caelis! Invoco Nyx Philia– Divina Matrona De Augurium! Exorire Matercula Nyx! Interveni Nox, Diva Perpetua, Ambrosia Genetrix Nex! Praedicate Aethereus Divus Nox!
[Kindly Nyx, Wonderful Art Thou, Eternal Astraea, Open the Sky! I Call the Kindly Nyx– Theomorphic Mother of Enchantment! Come Forth, Mother Nyx! Come, Nox, Eternal Goddess, Immortal Mother of Death! I Praise the Immortal Spirit Nox]

Sorgatae Ozdaron Nonzrasor Konzathae (x7)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Nyx)]

Silpoth + Horzae + Olloss + Ondral + Konzorgon + Honzorae + Nonzol
[(Channeled Words of Power to Invoke Nyx)]

Io Nyx! Ia Nox! Praevalida Nox Exorna Regnum!
[Hail Nyx! Hail Nox! Mighty Nyx, Provide Transcendence]


Rites of the Gorgons: My Sixth E-Grimoire is Officially for Sale

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This e-grimoire was designed for practitioners with a basic knowledge of the online magickal praxis provided by V.K. Jehannum (i.e., how his rituals are performed). This e-grimoire focuses on the three Gorgon Sisters, spirits of significance to Hecatean and demonic magick. It includes descriptions of the spirits, six rituals, four magickal hymns, four channeled sigils, and four chant selections. My channeled sigils were rendered such that they were suitable for publishing by DancingCorpseWitch. To purchase this e-grimoire, follow the hyperlink below.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Invocation of Medusa

I was commissioned to design the following invocation of Medusa. This ritual was designed to be powerful enough to generate a significant and powerful manifestation (state of possession) without requiring sigils or magickal equipment. Nonetheless, my sigil of Medusa (or any other relevant sigils) can be incorporated alongside whatever magickal equipment the sorceress has at her disposal as she sees fit. Phrases in italics are meant to be chanted in a rhythmic monotone. Translations appear in brackets. Explanations appear in parentheses.

In Nominibus Lapis Exilis Et Alogos! Ambrosia Medusa Gloria; Ornate Pulchra Goni!
[In the Names of the Stone of Exile and the Unwritten Gnosis! Glory to the Immortal Medusa; I Praise the Beautiful Gorgon]

I Call Forth the Bewinged Protectress with Snakes for Hair,
Necrosophic Initiatrix and Vampyress Supreme;
Medusa, Medusa, Everlasting Queen of Vampyres,
Descend and Manifest; Make Your Presence Known Within Me!

Alson Norgae Gozthar Azzon (x7)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Medusa)]

Agios Es, Medusa, Divum Et Vorsipelle (x7)
[You Are Numinous, Medusa, Spirit and Shapeshifter]

Concalo Medusa Matrona Horror (x7)
[I Call Medusa, Matron of Horror]

Ambrosia Medusa Gloria; Ornate Pulchra Goni! Concalo Medusa Matrona Horror! Corire Omnituens Numen Medusa! Veni, Veni, Medusa– Divinitas Et Creatrix! Agios Es, Medusa, Divum Et Vorsipelle!
[Glory to the Immortal Medusa; I Praise the Beautiful Gorgon! I Call Medusa, Matron of Horror! Appear, All-Seeing Spirit Medusa! Come, Come, Medusa– Goddess and Mother! You Are Numinous, Medusa, Spirit and Shapeshifter]

As I Have Spoken, So Let It Be Done!

Magickal Chants to Medusa and the Three Gorgon Sisters (Medusa, Stheno, and Euryale)

MedusaAbove: Channeled Sigil of Medusa

Halzae Nazor Gozdal Yaesor
Channeled Chant to Evoke Medusa

Alson Norgae Gozthar Azzon
Channeled Chant to Invoke Medusa

Concalo Medusa Matrona Horror
“I Call Medusa, Matron of Horror!”

Ambrosia Medusa Gloria; Ornate Pulchra Goni
“Glory to the Immortal Medusa; I Praise the Beautiful Gorgon!”

Gorgon SistersAbove: Channeled Sigil of the Gorgon Triumvirate (Stheno, Medusa, & Euryale)

Gozthasar + Nalanzaea
Channeled Secret Names for the Three Gorgon Sisters (Medusa, Stheno, and Euryale)

Nalanzaea, De Timore Spirituum, Laudamus
“Praise the Three Gorgon Sisters, Spirits of Terror!”

Salvete Gozthasar– Avete Sorores Metus
“Hail the Three Gorgon Sisters– Hail, Fearsome Sisters!”

Moznaezon Ozsathor Ozgalae Yonsathae
Channeled Chant to Evoke the Three Gorgon Sisters

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia


Compass: Southwest; West
Sacred Numbers: 13, 16, 24, 3
D/N: Equally Diurnal & Nocturnal
Elemental Attributions: Earth; Water
Sephirothic & Qliphothic Attribution: Daath
Primary Planetary Attributions: Saturn; Dark Moon
Secondary Planetary Attribution: Black Moon
Tertiary Planetary Attributions: Venus; the Sun
Lesser Planetary Attributions: Neptune; the Moon
Colors: Transparent, Brown, Rainbow, Pink, Red, Yellow, Grey, Black
Zodiac Attributions: Azagthoth is Not Attributed to Any Sign of the Zodiac
Attributed Fixed Behenian Stars: Algorab (Primary), Algol (Secondary), Alphecca (Primary), Spica (Tertiary)

Above: Sigil of Azagthoth Channeled By Augustus Grigori

Due to my research regarding, channeling about, and experience with the Necronomicon by Simon, I have had to reconsider my opinion about the origins of Azagthoth (pronounced Awtsawgthoth or Otsogthoth, where the last syllable rhymes with the word oath). I consider this grimoire to be exactly what it claims to be: an ancient Occult manual, so I have rewritten this article from scratch to integrate the new information it presents, and this time, I’m avoiding a lot of potentially bogus sources as instructed by Azagthoth himself.

Azagthoth is the most powerful name variation of Azagthoth/Azathoth/Atazoth in my experience and that of my friends. In Sumerian, the word Azag means serpent/great serpent, enchanter, or magickian. “Thoth” is believed to mean “he who is like the ibis (a sacred bird connected with wisdom).” One obvious way this name could be interpreted is “great, birdlike serpent,” or in other words, “dragon.”

The introduction to the Necronomicon describes Azagthoth as a lord of black magickians. The core text refers to this being as “the Black Magician” and describes him as enthroned and gloating blindly. In the Necronomicon, Azagthoth is described as a mad and uncontrollable lord of chaos.

Azagthoth 3Above: Sigil of Azagthoth Channeled By V.K.

Azagthoth has came to me at various points in my life, appearing once alongside Chavajoth, the Goetikon, and Nythra (this was the night I dedicated my soul to Chavajoth and the Goetikon). His words were always extremely wise, and his advice always worth following. He is the being who told me to refer to the Qliphoth as “the Black Plane of Chaos” rather than by the Hebrew moniker.

Azagthoth has appeared to me as an anthropoid made of shadow as well as a massive, grey type of crab that dwells underwater. He is a spirit of Daath who is capable of manifesting in the Inbetween, and to be clear, the only place that Azagthoth should be attributed to in the Sephiroth, Qliphoth, what lies beyond the two, etc., is Daath.

Azagthoth has a very special place in my heart, but he is very much maligned. The Necronomicon purports that there is no reason whatsoever to summon Azagthoth, but tells the reader that there are black magickians who conjure him anyways, spreading madness as they do. S. ben Qayin wrote that Azagthoth should only be summoned when every method other than the auspices of Azagthoth has failed to remedy the problem troubling the magickian. This echoes Peter Carroll’s postulation in the Octavo, wherein he writes that the magickian should only “invoke [Azathoth] only in dire emergency when all else has failed and only an unpredictable and extreme event may save the day.”

The magickal system of Hebdomadry, however, does find a purpose in summoning Azagthoth. Unfortunately, Hebdomadry operates along a unique magickal current, which current appears to force the divinities it venerates to manifest in unusual ways. Evoking Azagthoth by their methods is not fun—instead of the wise deity I encounter when Azagthoth appeared to me of his own volition, the methods of summoning him found in Hebdomadry, at least in my experience, led to me encountering something comparable to a child on bath salts, admittedly possessed of an agreeable disposition.

Azagthoth 2Above: Sigil of Azagthoth Channeled By V.K.

I’ll admit to seeking Pazuzu’s guidance before even attempting an invocation of Azagthoth. Pazuzu told me that invoking the spirit would not only be of great use to me, but also be very enjoyable.

Azagthoth definitely seems to have a preference as to which name the sorceress refers to him by, but he doesn’t seem to know which name to prefer. I would recommend referring to him by whichever name you consider to be the most accurate, or the original, so as not to anger him. I’m going with Azagthoth.

I have seen Azagthoth enter a room via a spiraling portal composed of curved black and white rays. In this form, he was a shadow being with white eyes and some black and white design on his chest. He had a reptile-like tail, a reptile-shaped head, and claws. He made that room colder, and its atmosphere heavy.

This occurred while I was doing some work on this article, which article I had begun writing with much more channeling to do. As I was wondering about his magickal specialties, Azagthoth simply told me that he could give me everything I wanted.

At the point that this happened, I had seen Azagthoth manifest as a shadow being in two different aspects. According to Rites in the Thirteen Tongues by Somnus Dreadwood, all shadow beings are connected (a friend of mine who had not read Dreadwood’s literature channeled the fact that all shadow beings are connected herself). This is not to say that there are no rogue shadows who are denied by the umbral hivemind– maybe there are. What this means is that Azagthoth, many of the Roman god Saturn’s emissaries, the shadow aspects of Abaddon and Lucifuge Rofocale, and the spirits of the Tower of Umbra are deeply linked.

Azagthoth is a good deity to work with for the planetary magick of Saturn, as well as for initiating into the deeper mysteries of Saturn. In fact, he can help you work with any planet and any star in any universe, and every sphere of every tree.

Azagthoth is very knowledgeable regarding astrology, and he is one of the deities who assisted my friend and I in transcending the Zodiac (the other entities involved were Senerron, Chernobog, the spirits of Keraktes and the Saturnine Metagod). I did not summon Azagthoth during this rite– he manifested and lent his support of his own volition.

To be clear, Azagthoth manifested and transformed me of his own volition during not only the rite wherein I dedicated my soul to Chavajoth and the Goetikon, but also during the ritual whereby my friend and I transcended the Zodiac. This indicates a predisposition for extreme alchemy and an inclination to give alchemical auspices without being asked to do so.

Magickal Chants

Noznaeon Yalsaear Galsaeon Anasa
Channeled Chant to Evoke Azagthoth

Morsaeda Yalsaekor Nozsaekor Alsor
Channeled Chant to Invoke Azagthoth

Salve Azagthoth Monogrammo Deo
“Hail, Azagthoth, Shadowy God!”

Obveni Azagthoth Rex Abyssi
“Come, Azagthoth, King of the Abyss!”

Azagthoth, Dominus Primitiua, Gloria
“Glory to Azagthoth, Primordial Lord!”

Vocavi Te, Azagthoth, Princeps Tenebris
“I Summon You, Azagthoth, Dark Ruler!”

Ave Azagthoth– Elymas Magus Niger
“Hail Azagthoth– Black Sorcerer!”


  1. Carroll, Peter J. Liber Kaos. S. Weiser, 1992.
  2. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.
  3. Qayin, S. ben. Volubilis Ex Chaosium. Dark Harvest Occult Publishing, 2012.
  4. Myatt, David. Naos.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia


Invocation of Aphrodite

This ritual serves to invoke Venus/Aphrodite. It was designed to yield significant manifestation without requiring sigils or magickal equipment, but the channeled sigils provided in my article about this goddess and any magickal equipment which the witch has at her disposal may be incorporated as she deems appropriate.

Names which are meant to be vibrated appear in bold font. Chants which are meant to be repeated in a rhythmic monotone appear in italics. Translations of foreign phrases appear in brackets and explanations appear in parentheses. This ritual uses two channeled secret names of Aphrodite: Zhizlal and Mozdaeur. Secret names are only for use in magick and veneration.

I was commissioned to design this ritual.

I Call Forth Lady Venus-Aphrodite
Warrior Goddess and Initiatrix,
Glistening Matron of Love and Lust,
Dark Patroness of Invention,
Harbinger of Longevity Who Arose from the Sea.
I Vibrate the Names of Your Veneration and Join With You in Flesh!

Pandemos + Morpho + Ourania + Kallipugos + Mozdaeur
[(Five Names of Aphrodite)]

Salve Domina Kupria! Arcesso Paphia-Limenia! Veni, Veni, Venus– Divinitas Et Creatrix! Invoco Aphrodite-Zephuritis! Agios Es, Zhizlal, Divum Et Vorsipelle!
[Hail Lady Kupria! I Summon Paphia-Limenia! Come, Come, Venus– Goddess and Mother! I Call Aphrodite-Zephuritis! You Are Numinous, (Secret Name of Aphrodite), Spirit and Shapeshifter]

Argennis, Apotrophia, Aphakitis, Aphrodite (x5)
[(Magickal Chant Composed of Four Names for Aphrodite)]

Hoznaeduron Ozdaeror Koznathaera Ozsaean (x5)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Aphrodite)]

Praedicate Aethereus Divus Venus (x5)
[I Praise the Immortal Spirit Venus]

As I Have Spoken, So Let it Be Done!


Names: Pazuzu, Pazuza, Fazuzu
Elemental Attributions: All Four
Sacred Numbers: 18, 15, 7, 64, 96, 75
Colors: Green, Black, Rainbow, Brown
Compass: North (Primary); South (Secondary)
Planetary Attributions: Black Earth (Secondary); Black Moon (Primary); Black Sun (Primary); Saturn (Primary); Mercury (Tertiary)
Qliphothic Attributions: Daath (Primary); Herab Serapel; Golachab; Satariel; Gamchicoth; Thaumiel (Lesser)
Zodiac Attributions: Sagittarius (Secondary); Capricorn (Primary); Virgo (Seccondary); Cancer (Primary)
Attributed Fixed Behenian Stars: Vega (Primary); Regulus (Secondary); Sirius (Primary); Alphecca (Secondary); Aldebaran (Secondary)

PazuzuAbove: Channeled Sigil of Pazuzu

Pazuzu is widely considered the King of the Demons of the Wind and Humwawa’s sibling. While he is primarily a god of Daath, he is also attributed to the Venusian, Martial, Saturnine, and Jupiterian spheres of the Qliphoth (he also has a less significant attribution to the Plutonian-Neptunian Qlipha). He refers to Lucifer as his “master;” he only speaks to those whom Lucifer deems worthy, and he pursues the destruction of Lucifer’s enemies in every way.

The Necronomicon by Simon refers to Pazuzu as the “grinning Dark Angel of the Four Wings” and describes him as the “Lord of all fevers and plagues.” The text describes Pazuzu with horns, rotting genitals, and sharpened teeth.

The most common description of Pazuzu’s appearance differs from that provided by the Necronomicon. While he is generally held to have four wings, he is depicted with the head of either a lion or dog (rather than a horned head), and with a snake-headed penis instead of a decaying member. Additionally, he is said to have bulging eyes, a scaly body, the tail of a scorpion, and the talons of an eagle.

I have seen Pazuzu manifest alongside Kutulu more than once. He is capable of manifesting in the Inbetween, and he has always appeared to me as a monstrous anthropoid made of stone, light grey in color, with yellow eyes. In this form, he always stands with one hand pointing up and another pointing down like Baphomet, and a spiraling vortex composed of curved rays (some black and some purple) is always suspended behind him (Kutulu has always appeared to me with the same vortex spiraling behind him as well).

The Necronomicon by Simon purports that whenever Humwawa is present with the sorceress, Pazuzu shall be as well. I will not deny the possibility that Humwawa was lowkey present during the time that Kutulu and Pazuzu manifested to me, but if this were so, Humwawa did not make his presence discernible, waiting to introduce himself to me until the moment I delved into the Urilia text (one of the manuscripts provided in the Necronomicon by Simon).

It was Pazuzu who told me not to fear anybody, to the extent of not fearing the One True King of Demons himself.

Pazuzu embodies death. He guides students of the Necronomicon by Simon to “black oblivion” and shows them the light which lies within. He is a guide to those who pursue wisdom and share knowledge selectively, and he blots out the foolish wizard who imparts forbidden knowledge with the unworthy.*

Pazuzu rules storms, so he can basically do whatever the celebrant wishes in regards to them. He offers great protection and boasts the ability to kill many entities at once. He’s an initiator first and foremost. He specializes in chakra dissolution, meditation on Nazala, malicious vampyrism, and working with djinn and nature spirits.

Pazuzu told me to try conjuring him alongside the King of Salamanders/Fire Elementals in rites of malediction. He said he would incite great terror and bring about massive amounts of carnage were I do to this, elaborating that the specified collaboration would fuck ANYONE up.

Speaking in tongues while possessed by Pazuzu resulted in my using a dialect clearly distinct from the magickal tongues I’m more accustomed to (the demonic language and the universal language). The only deity whose dialect I can think of comparing Pazuzu’s to is Nyx (Nyx and Pazuzu probably use different dialects from one another—this is just the best comparison I can draw).

The Necronomicon by Simon has a table of correspondences wherein given entities are listed with their equivalents in other traditions. In this table, Pazuzu is held to correspond with Choronzon. I would like to clear up any confusion by stating that I am confident that Pazuzu and Choronzon are separate entities. Choronzon and Pazuzu look and act very different and are spoken of differently by my guides.

Pazuzu is traditionally attributed to the southwest wind, which wind is known for bringing locusts, famine, and storms, and was believed to come from the land of the dead. His plane of dwelling is said to be Irkalla, the ancient Mesopotamian underworld ruled by Ereshkigal.

Pazuzu can be called upon to manipulate people and control their minds. In baneful magick, he can devour the souls of your enemies and use the forces of Daath to reduce your enemies to lunacy. You can call upon his name while moon gazing, sun gazing, meditating on a flame, or meditating on a pool of water to exalt your very soul. He’s a great guide for astral projection and dreamwalking. He can open the celebrant’s heart and illuminate her with the Black Light.

This spirit is to be approached with humility and a willingness to delve into the unknown. I will close this article with a quote by Professor Geller: “[Pazuzu] was a primordial being called an obyrith and was said to predate the existence of the Abyss itself. He was known to rule over the first layer of the Abyss which was called Pazunia in his honor. There are even stories that suggest Pazuzu may have been responsible for creation of the Abyss through manipulation of the god Tharizdun.”

*Pazuzu told me he would not seek revenge against those who serve him.

Magickal Chants

Hanasnaeon + Zaladraeaz + Asandraeal + Malroz + Hanozthal
Channeled Secret Names of Pazuzu
(Secret Names Are Only for Use in Magick and Worship)

Yoz Day Sor Ga Al San Sor
Channeled Chant to Invoke Pazuzu (yawz-DAY-SORE-gaw-ALL-sawn-SORE)

Nal Say Sor Yoz Hal Gay
Channeled Chant to Evoke Pazuzu

Salve Pazuza Spiritus Tempestas
“Hail Pazuza the Storm Spirit!”

Perveni Pazuzu Ventum Ad Regem Colerent
“Come, Pazuzu, King of the Demons of the Wind!”

Veni Pazuzu Venti Meridiem
“Come, Pazuzu, Southwestern Wind!”

Praedicate Rex Pazuza
“I Praise King Pazuza!”

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  1. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.
  2. “Pazuzu.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 25 June 2019,
  3. Mark, Joshua J. “Pazuzu.” Ancient History Encyclopedia, Ancient History Encyclopedia, 1 July 2019,
  4. “Ancient Mesopotamian Underworld.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 18 Apr. 2019,
  5. “Pazuzu – King of the Demons of the Wind.”, 8 July 2018,

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia