Zepar (Goetia #16)

Alternate names: Zephar
Element: Earth; Air
Color: Green; Black
Rank: Duke
Plant: Mandrake
Gematria: 287; 288
Date: Autumn Equinox; June 6-10; Aug 23-Sep 1
Zodiac: Virgo 1-10; Gemini 15-19
D/N: Diurnal
Tarot: 8 of Discs/Pentacles; 9 of Swords
Planet: Venus
Legions: 26
Attributions: Hazel, Copper, Sandlewood, Mandrake, Black Mustard

ZeparAbove: Zepar Artwork for Pathworking

Zepar is the Goetic Grand Duke who imparts fertility and mental self-transformation. He’s connected to planet Venus and the element of earth. He begets seduction, sexual perversion, love, pederasty, and affection. He can engender both one night stands and fruitful relationships, and it is said that he can return lost lovers.

One grimoire stated that Zepar could ‘change the shape’ of a target until she is enamoured with “her beloved.” Another grimoire stated that he could ‘change the shape’ of a target until her beloved can enjoy her. I am unsure of how to interpret this.

Zephar imparts fertility and the lack thereof. This includes mental fertility– creativity. He makes a man resourceful, innovative. Furthermore, he can help in works of songwriting and other artistic endeavors. In addition to this, Zepar can render one barren.

Zepar is one of the Black Gods of Alchemy– specifically the mental aspects. The dissolution of the ego. Getting rid of phobias, and breaking down disadvantageous patterns of thought.

Legend says that he drives humanity into infernal pleasures and/or madness. If you told your psychiatrist that you summoned demons, you would be called mad. Zepar is good for reducing the normalcy bias which weakens the success of so many magickians. In addition to this, he rules shapeshifting and atavism.

He appears as a warrior– a soldier with red clothes and armor.

Zephar is said to be under Amaymon and to be a familiar of Lilith. He is also a partisan and purveyor of Azazel’s humanist intent. He can give minor aid in vampyric workings and can help the magickian design an artificial succubus or incubus– or verily, to take on the powers and traits of such creatures. He is talented in succubitic alchemy [becoming a succubus/increasing succubus-type powers]. As a familiar of Lilith, he is also patron to LGBTQ types.

 

Zepar

Constructed Calling Chant: Lifotoach Pandemonium, et germinet Zepar
Traditional Enn (Calling Chant): Lyan Ramec Catya Zepar
Channeled Calling Chant: Zepar Thuro Thurron Zephron

-V.K. Uridimmus Jehannum

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10 thoughts on “Zepar (Goetia #16)

  1. First of all…a mighty “THX” for all the great information not only concerning Zepar but the whole homepage….

    Since I was born on a day on which Zepar should have his strongest influence….I tried dozens of times to contact him via “sigil meditation”….sigil flashes….thats it…..

    Any ideas?

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    1. When you draw his sigil, write the numerical values of his name (287 & 288) around it, alongside the numbers 87, 32, 91, 11, and 66, which numbers are all apt for demon magick.

      Write his demonic enn (traditional magickal chant) on the sheet. If I don’t have it in the article, google it.

      Light candles if possible. Have a glass of tap water if possible– not to drink, but to aid in your presencing of the entity.

      Make sure you have a PRE-DETERMINED REQUEST for the entity.

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  2. Thx a lot for that quick and useful answer……

    I ll use the enns (orally) as well…..”pre-determined request” (sorry….I am no native speaker…) means
    I should of course know what I am asking for (name of the girl, kind of relationship I wish with her)…

    Any other advice? colour of candles? (different info wherever I look…), additional sacrifice?
    And drawing the sigil means encircling it or?

    Thanks it advance

    M.A:

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    1. While it is best for the candle to be of a color specifically related to the demon, black, red, and blue are considered universally useful for black magickians.
      Failing that, white tea lights are better than nothing.

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  3. THX V.K.!

    Blue candles are also mentioned as a substitute at JOS (Possibly not the best ressource lol)…

    Concerning incense I prefer francinsence since JSK calls it the “perfume” of the spirts…

    Hoping for results soon…..

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  4. Well ………I ll try that we again……candles….frankinscence in resin form and sandelwood sticks….

    I ll use a new fabricated uncircled sigil and the numbers mentioned by u around them

    Chanting the “official S.Connolly enn” 108 times and asking Zepar for a pact…..

    I ll add water and some liqour as “sacrifice”….

    Wish me luck….

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  5. Well, started my attepts to summon Zepar the last evening.

    As mentioned..I use an uncircled Sigil of the Great Duke, Candles, Frankincence in resin form plus a sandlewood stick.

    As adviced by V.K. I wrote the enn on the paper plus the arithmetical numbers mentioned by V.K.

    As “sacrifice” a glass of fresh water plus a small cup of Scotch, after the ritual I pour the liquids into the earth…..Traditional enn is used during the ritual….

    All comments welcome!

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  6. Well….did the ritual now for three times in a row….then wrote my intent on the back side of the paper….signed with my dna …little of my spit…then burned it in all honour.

    In my opinion thats the best way to send a message into the astral….i dont care about JOS “never burn a sigil” advice…

    …and who really thinks burning a sigil could hurt a mighty entity….is just plain stupid, or?

    HAIL ZEPAR!!!

    Bring me that little bitch!

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  7. Well, demonolators seem to practice the burning of sigils, most satanists dislike it and the followers of the classical gt feel they can “harm” demons by doing so…

    Like many things in the occult its more or less a matter of “taste and intention”….

    i ll wait one week now and then repeat the summonning three days a row….

    HAIL ZEPAR !!!!

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