Name: Tezrian, Belladomina
Color: Red; Deep Purple
Herb: Red Rose, Dragon’s Blood
Serves Under: Qayin, Molock, Ba’al, Aggereth
Element: Fire + Earth
Incense: Lavender, Cinnamon, Rose, Galangal Root
Channeled Numbers: 47, 65, 82, 49
Oleum: traditional base + 1 cup olive juice, 1 tsp olive oil, 3 types of perfumed plants (e.g. lilies, gladiola’s, lavender, roses), + .5 tsp alcohol
Tezrian is the Goddess of War and Priestess of Battle. She is held to be a spirit of vengeance who rules upheaval, bravery, combat, conflict, and strength of will. She can be called upon for hateful rites of execration, but she can also grant wisdom and power. She helps the witch learn martial arts, especially involving weapons, and it is apt to have weapons present during rites to her. Horse-riding and military vehicles are sacred to her.
The remainder of this article is composed of personal gnosis.
Tezrian is a spirit of self-transformation. She can give gifts such as bone density, cardio, endurance-type muscular strength (i.e. slow-twitch fibers), and increased lung capacity. She can impart confidence, strength, aplomb, and skills in self-defense. She can heal one of anxiety, depression, intermittent explosive disorder, and other such afflictions. She greets the celebrant with a maternal fondness, but the ferocity of an empress of war lies beneath it. She is a destructrix and a devourer; her horrific fangs strength long and thick from a black, t-rex-like mouth which extends from behind her beautiful visage. Through her jaws is a blackness.
Tezrian is an incredibly powerful goddess of plague, death, terror, and cruelty. She obliterates the most sacred rights of her victim and divests them of their self-understanding, destroying their ability to function as people, let alone professionals. Her will is the causation of violence whereby the human race is strengthened, and she will empower those who enact her will.
The traditional ‘enn’ or summoning chant for Tezrian is Ezyr Ramec Ganen Tezrian. The chant Liftoach Pandemonium, et germinet Tezrian, which chant means “Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth Tezrian,” serves to summon her while presencing Qliphothic energy to raise or strengthen a sacred space. Another useful chant for Tezrian is Agios Es, Belladomina Tezrian, meaning “Sacred Art Thou, Belladomina Tezrian,” where Belladomina is an invented magickal name for her. The chant Reayha Bacana Lyan Reme Quim Tezrian can be used in invocations of her.
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