Invocation of Cernunnos

Introduction to the Rite which Follows
This rite is composed of rituals compiled from both Right and Left Hand Path magickians and serves to invoke one of the most widely honored deities in magick. The sources of this ritual are attributed at the bottom of the article and color coding is used to make the origins of various fragments clear. The purpose of this rite is to increase the witch’s magickal power and strength of will. This rite can be practiced by anyone of any path. In order to get the maximum results from this ritual, the celebrant should perform it regularly for a period of two or more weeks while abstaining from invocations of any other entities until this period is complete. Some or all of the sigils should be printed out and placed on the altar (or merely sprawled across the floor of wherever the rite is being performed). Once the invocation is complete, the celebrant may ingest some beverage or other substance as an offering to the deity within him. The names in bold are to be vibrated and the phrase in italics is to be chanted. The word “theriomorphic” means “spiritual yet animal-shaped” and “pilose” means “covered in hair.


Sigils of Cernunnos


Invocation of Cernunnos
It is my intent to experience union with the Great Magickal Deity who is known to humanity as Cernunnos so that I might evolve as a witch and as a person. The names which follow are those of the Exalted Monarch of the Wilderness!
Karnayna + Cernunnos + Karnagna + Kernunno + Carno-On-Os + Kemunnos + Cernowain + Cerno-On-Os
Ayea, Ayea Kernunnos (x3) (pronounced EYE YAY)
Akhera Goiti – Akhera Baytee (x3) [He-Goat Above – He Goat Below]
Great God Cernunnos, return to earth again! Come at my call and show thyself to men. Shepherd of Goats, upon the wild hill’s way, Lead thy lost flock from darkness into day. Forgotten are the ways of sleep and night – Men seek for them whose eyes have lost the light. Open the door, the door which hath no key, The door of dreams, whereby men come to thee. O Mighty Stag, O answer to me!
Cer Nu Noh Oh Oh Os! (x3)
Akhera Goiti – Akhera Baytee (x3)
(Recite the following words of power three times)
Eko; Eko Azark! Eko; Eko Zomelak!
Eko; Eko Kemunnos! Eko; Eko;
Arada! Bagabi Lacha bachabe;
Lamac cahi achaba
Karellyos!
Lamac Lamac Bachalyas;
Cabahagy Sabalyas,
Baryolas!
I call upon the Mighty Horned Spirit of the forest who personifies the wilderness and the traits of masculinity! Solar Harbinger of Self-Transformation! Pilose Monarch of Fertility and Strength! Theriomorphic Monarch of the Beasts of the Forest! Permit me to experience union with you!
Cer Nu Noh Oh Oh Os! (x3)
Ho Drakon Ho Megas! [the Great Dragon]
(Ho Drakon Ho Megas is a mantra used to end rituals. It refers to and calls on the power of the entire Supersoul/Cosmos.)


Sources:
Cernunnos – Ancient Horned God by JM Reinbold
Dragon Rouge Manuscripts
A Witch’s Bible by Janet and Stewart Farrar
Various

V.K. Jehannum, 2016 Anno Maleficarum
If any of the cited authors object to the presentation of their work here, I may be contacted at VKJehannum@Protonmail.com and I will remove their portions no questions asked. My intent is only to give glory to Cernunnos and help the witchcraft community evolve.

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