Raum (Goetia #40)

Names: Raum, Raim, Raym
Rank: Earl or Count
D/N: Nocturnal
Magickal Numbers: 37, 45
Zodiac: Taurus 0-10
Date: April 21-30; Oct. 8-12
Gematria: 247, 310, 807
Path: 16/Vau/Taurus
Color: Red, Yellow, Blue, White, Purple, Grey
Element: Air, Fire
Tarot: 5 of Pentacles/Disks
Legions: 30
Attributed Substances/Ingredients: Dragon’s Blood, Iron, Silver, Copper, Celandine, Calendula, Buckthorn
Primary Qliphothic Attributions: Nahemoth; Thagirion
Lesser Qliphothic Attributions: Satariel; Golachab
Trans-Sephirothic Veils: Spirit is Attributed to All 3
Primary Planetary Attributions: Uranus; Saturn; Neptune
Lesser Planetary Attributions: Mars; Jupiter; Venus; Pluto
Attributions to the Black Planets (From Most to Least Attributed): the Black Earth; the Black Moon; the Black Sun

Above: Raum’s traditional manifestation as a crow as drawn by G.A. Rosenberg

Raum pilfers the belongings of the wealthy, incites love, causes the downfall of the target, aids in legal battles, and imparts endurance and strength of will when the odds are against the summoner. Raum destroys cities and reconciles enemies.

Raum imparts a dark and powerful metamorphosis unto his disciple, making him more warlike, warriorlike, and honorable. Raum can help his disciple embrace his individuality and/or dissolve the misconceptions of his self-image. Raum teaches astral transformation, draconic alchemy, and strengthens the psychic senses.

He can erect strong friendships and destroy people’s reputations. He gives aid to those who are trapped in warfare or political conflicts. He can engender horrific wars and bloodshed. He is said to generally manifest as a crow or blackbird and transform upon request, but I have never witnessed this.

The auspices of Raym are of use in sphereworkings through Falak Al-Aflak [the Primary of the Spheres]– that’s people called “Kether” when they knew it had nothing to do with the tribal war god of Israel. Obviously, Raum is also of use in sphereworkings through the Qliphas of Saturn, Mars, the Black Earth, and the Black Sun, and he can guide the sorceress through the Trans-Qliphothic Labyrinth and the Trans-Sephirothic Labyrinth alike (extremely dangerous; seek guidance).


Magickal Chants

Haezin Torgae Gostor Balzor
Channeled Chant to Evoke Raum

Porzon Dalthae Oztagor Noztagal Opatanda Ozthornal
Channeled Chant to Invoke Raum

Advoco Raym– Meticulosus Pentrale
“I Call Raym– Fearsome Spirit!”

Voco Te Raum Penitrale Ex Qliphoth
“I Call to Raum, Spirit of the Qliphoth!”

If you follow the hyperlink below, you will find a long list of fill-in-the-blank chants with various effects which can be used to invoke, evoke, and otherwise call upon Raum and any other demon:

V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Writings of Satrinah Nagash
Daemonolatry Goetia
Mark of Qayin
Gematria and the Tanakh
The Complete Book of Demonolatry Magic



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