Magickal Chants to Asmodeus/Asmoday

Asmodeus + ASH-MAY-daw-aw-ee + Ahsommagar + AYE-TOUR-uh-GOTH + Lagalakor + LAY-TOUR-igguthawl + Mathagator + YAY-ALL-UH-GORE + Torriffuggal + AYE-CALL-UH-THOR + Tirgathaggawl
This name formula, channeled for my upcoming grimoire, consists of eleven names, several of which are channeled. I spelled some of the secret names, approved for public release, such that they would be pronounced right the way an uneducated hillbilly would sound them out. Others were broken down into their syllables, with syllables which equate to know English words (“Uh” counts as a word) being presented as that word spelled entirely capitalized letters. This formula is too powerful for beginners, so I’ve enchanted the formula such that whosoever recites it will only tap into as much of its power as they can handle. Should the celebrant experience waverings of confidence (paranoia, doubt, etc.) of the severity which could fuck up the working being performed, this formula is enchanted such that the intent will manifest purely. The second channeled name is from Liber Al-Ghoul. Source: V.K. & Liber Al-Ghoul

O, Salve Ashmadia
“Oh, Hail Ashmadia/Asmoday”
Source: V.K.

Amplaudate Praegrandis Osmodeus Shamdon
“I Praise the Great (Two Names for Asmodeus)”
Source: V.K.

Salve Ambrosius Asmoday Deum Tricipitem
“Hail the Immortal Asmoday the Three-Headed God!”
Source: V.K.

Adveni Exitosus Asmodaios
“Come, Destructive Asmodaios!”
Source: V.K.

Aperiatur Acharayim, et germinet Asmodeus
“Open the Qliphoth, and Bring Forth Asmodeus”
Source: V.K.

Salve Sancta Pater Achemedai
“Hail the Holy Father Achemedai/Asmodeus”
Source: V.K.

Agios Asmodeus
“Numinous (is) Asmodeus”
Source: V.K.

Agios o Asmoday
“Numinous is Asmoday”
Source: V.K.

V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia


The Nature of the Qliphoth

The Qliphoth is an esoteric intimation of the Infernal Plane composed of ten spheres and twenty-two tunnels. I call it the Nightside Palace of Deathful Wombs. Every Qliphothic pathway and sphere is a gateway to self-transformation which, all together, entirely rewrites the personhood of the sorcerer.
The true nature of Infernality is balance– the harmonious union of darkness with light, the optimal juxtaposition of insight and ruthlessness, and the reconciliation of deserved compassion with justified eradication.
The Qliphoth is known variously as the Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Death. The word Qliphoth means “Husks” or Shells” but esoterically translates to mean WOMBS. And the Tree of Death is indeed composed of wombs– the nature of Infernality is balance.
The Qliphoth is ruled by eleven Infernal Gods– the demonic aspects of the deities which humankind has trusted with their well-being since the dawn of time– and every pathway and sphere is an astral biosphere of local species of demonic and deathful divinities.
The Tree of Knowledge and Death is presided over by male, female, and androgynous divinities alike, and the adept molded by its emanations is balanced between masculine and feminine like the Demonic Gods she aspires to emulate. Unlike systems like white magickal Kabbalah which degrade the feminine and the Sevenfold Way which autistically restricts it, the Qliphoth fully embraces, employs, and exhibits the true range of the Divine Feminine through its Infernal Manifestation.
The black magickal avenue of self-transformation and self-deification made possible by the Qliphoth is of a most powerful and painful kind.
The first three spheres will brutalize you, mutilating your fallacious conceptions of who you are at a person, brutalizing your heart and your ego alike. The second two spheres will make you WHOLE AGAIN, and the last three will elevate you in ways I cannot convey.
It has been written that those of us who have learned from personal adversity attain the favor of wisdom. Every sphere elevates your consciousness, and then fulfills its transformation of you via correlated mundane ordeals. Embrace the suffering, become whole, and thereby, become divine. Hail Satan.

The Meaning of Belial

I’m going to provide a list of the various English translations I have found given for the Hebrew name Belial (also Belia’al) in religious texts. It is intriguing that all of these different translations equate to the same word in Hebrew, meaning that Abrahamic theologians considered all of these phrases to mean essentially the same thing.

  • Without a Master
  • Without God
  • Rebel
  • Worthless
  • Wicked

The implications of this are clear.

The 12-Letter Name of Chavajoth

So one of the most popular names for the Azerate (11 Rulers of the Qliphoth) is the reverse Tetragrammaton– HVHI, variously rendered as Chavajoth and Havayoth.
I found something in an old grimoire– the skeleton of a name which would be an inversion of the twelve-letter Shemhamforash (YHVH is the four-letter Shemhamforash). This inverse-Shemhamforash would be a name for the Azerate, just like HVHI.
The skeleton read as follows: HHMHTBWNHD’AT.
No vowels, as Hebrew is usually spelled. Problem is, I couldn’t find a rendering of the inverse 12-letter Shemhamforash with the vowels anywhere.
Then I realized, I could just pick some. The formula Zazas Zazas Nasatanada Zazas gets its power from its containment of 11 A’s, right? So I added 11 A’s.
HaHaMaHaTaBaWaNaHaDa’at is the inverse 12-letter Shemhamforash– the formula which opens the Qliphoth. And it’s powerful as fuck.
To be clear, the last syllable, Da’at (and yes, it should be one syllable), is indeed Da’at/Da’ath, the abyss. The 12-letter Shemhamforash ended with “Keter,” so the inverse one is supposed to end with Da’ath.

Bael (Goetia #1)

Tarot: 2 of Wands/Rods
Element: Fire
Rank: King; Chief of A’arab Zaraq; Fourth King of Edom
Celebration: Solstices; Fire Festivals
Legions: 66 or 60
Zodiac: Aries 0-9
Date: March 21-30
Qlipha: Herab Sarapel/A’arab Zaraq
Color: Black, Yellow
Infernal Letter: N (16th Letter)
Planet: Sun
Direction: South
Attributions: Fern, Iron, Gold, Oak, Frankincense, Bayberry, Sandalwood, Cinnamon

baal 1Above: Artistic Depiction of Bael for Pathworking and an Altar Piece
(Picture Credit: G.A. Roseberg)

Ba’al is a psychopompic shapeshifter and warrior god. Rufus Opus describes his character as “pure Kingliness.” He’s one of the nine kings of the Goetia and the chief of the Venusian Qlipha. Liber HVHI refers to him as “the Shadow of Death” and the “Witch Father.” The Book of Sitra Achra refers to him as “the Sovereign of the Shadow of Death,” the “Master of all Necrosophic Mysteries,” and “a liminal monarch of Unfated Death and Resurrection.” He’s a wise and sadistic god who enjoys watching others suffer– especially those opposed to him and his followers.

Bael teaches witchcraft. He presides over solstices and fire festivals and is powerful in necromancy. He gives aid in astral projection, shapeshifting within dreams, and in the attainment of Chaosophic Gnosis.

Bael can aid in decision-making and in the reconciliation of friends. Ba’al can instruct people in matters of the heart and spark creativity. He can ensure the profitability of creative endeavors. He imparts strength and invisibility.

Above: Sigil of Bael from the OFS Demonolatry Website

Ba’al is a conquering god who rules the ecstasy of combat and the termination of the structures of evolutionary stasis. He rules destruction and he can bless the destructive spells of the witch as well as her capacity to perform them. If the witch would summon Ba’al for the purpose of learning the killing arts and the arts of destruction, you must adorn the altar with a weapon of some kind. Any will do– it is all symbolic.

Bael can increase the witch’s influence over people– not by wit, but by simply making the witch come across as much more noble and impressive.

Ba’al appeared to us in a channeled vision as a dark-haired bearded man adorned in black and brown robes. His eyes were pitch black and lightning sparkled from his hands. Traditional demonography records Bael to manifest as a cat, a man, a toad, all three, and many other forms.

Since Ba’al’s Qliphothic attribution is to Venus Illegitima, it seems worthwhile to draw a parallel to Hekate. The conception of Hekate’s three-headed manifestation predated the identification of her with the moon or the Triple Goddess– the three-headed manifestation came from her chthonic connotations as goddess of the cross-roads, so Ba’al’s three-headed-ness likely hints at a similar attribute. The cat and toad alike symbolize liminality and witchcraft. His three-legged aspect often manifests with spider legs, and spiders are strongly related to necromancy.

Ba’al originated as the god of rain, resurrection, divination, earthquakes, wind, kingship, death, the dead, dew, weather, thunder, war, fertile fields, nature, sailors, fertility, and storms. He was created from Chaos and later challenged his father, a great sea serpent, to battle. Kathor crafted two maces named Ayamyr and Yagrush for Ba’al to use to kill the serpent, and Kathor also crafted Ba’al’s palace.

Ba’al was challenged to battle by Mot, the god of death, by whom he was defeated. His wife, which wife was also either his mother or sister depending upon the myth, Astarte/Anat, burried him on Mount Zephon and ventured into the Underworld to plea for Ba’al’s release. When Mot refused to liberate Ba’al, Astarte slaughtered him and ground him under a millstone, whereupon Ba’al returned to the land of the living and reclaimed his throne. Another version of the myth depicts Anat cleaving Mot with a sword, setting him aflame, and then feeding him to birds.

The cloud-riding Ba’al was depicted in golden armor with a golden helmet and two horns. Sometimes he wears a robe covered in stars, and he is often shown throwing thunderbolts. He was often depicted wearing the tale of a bull, symbolizing power and strong masculinity. The quail, bull, ram, and serpent were all attributed to him.

Bunches of grapes, lozenge-shaped cakes, pretzel-type cakes, and palm branches were hallmarks of his veneration, as were the sacrifice of children and rams. The crescent moon, rosette, and sun symbol were all symbolic of him.

For a list of magickal chants to Bael, follow the hyperlink below:

Names of Bael from Ancient Polytheism

Ba’al/Bael/Bel: Lord
Aleyn/Aleyan: Mighty
Baal-Adir: Ba’al the Powerful
Adodos: ?
Frugrifer: Ba’al the Fruit-Bearer
Allyn Baal: Victorius Ba’al
Demarus: ?
Baal-Qarnain: Ba’al the Horned God
Baal-Rammon; Baal-Hadad; Rammanu: Ba’al the Thunderer
Baal-Zephon: Ba’al the Ruler of the North (as a white bull god)
Ishar: ? (also a name for Nergal)
Idurmer: ?
Ba’al Rapi’uma: (as defeater of death and ruler of ancestral spirits)

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Luluwa or Qalmana

Names: Luluwa, Qalmana, Lebuda, Lubda, Qolmenah, Lebhudha, Laphura, Luva, Aclima, Aclimah, Aclimia, Aclimiah, Calmana, Calmanna, Kalmana, Klimia
Qlipha: A’arab Zaraq (Venus/Ba’al)
Color: Black, Purple
Element: Water (Primary), Earth (Secondary), Fire (Tertiary)
Sibling: Qayin
Direction: South
Magickal Numbers: 94, 95, 63, 36, 44, 445
Attributions: Calcite, Diamond, Phrenite

IMG_0698Above: My Original Sigil for Luluwa/Qalmana

Luluwa is the sister of the first murderer and witch-father known variously as Cain/Qayin. Luluwa/Qalmana is said to be the other first murderer and witch, as well as the traveling companion, magickal partner, and bride of her brother, Cain. The mysterious woman to whom Qayin comes to be betrothed in the Biblical narrative of Genesis is Luluwa.

Sources for Luluwa’s mythological parentage differ. Some sources identify her as the daughter of Enki with either Lilith or Eve, with Lilith being the more widely attested of the two possible mothers, while other texts record that Luluwa is the daughter of Cain with Eve. The Biblical narrative purports, in the Book of Jubilees, that Luluwa was the daughter of Adam and Eve, and therefore Cain’s younger sister. Extracanonical Christian tradition supports the idea of Luluwa being the daughter of Adam and Eve as well, but purports that Cain and Luluwa were twins.

Qalmana is held to be the mother of Enoch and the great great great great great grandmother of Tubal-Cain. Cain and Qalmana are said to have became the King and Queen of the Kish Dynasty, and according to some, the Witch-Father and Witch-Mother. The lore depicting Qalmana as one of the twin founders of Satanism is championed by some who walk the Left Hand Path, while the conception of her being one of the twin founders of witchcraft is championed in Traditional Witchcraft.

The name Luluwa is translated to mean “Pearl,” “The Beautiful,” or “A Lunar Jewel.”

The Mormon Bible identifies Qayin and Luluwa as the first Satanists and the founders of human sacrifice, a narrative I partially believe. I am unsure of whether the reader will care to know my personal gnosis regarding the actual history of Luluwa, channeled by Ba’al, Qalilitu, and Luluwa herself alike, so I will exclude it from the article. All I will say for now is that I do believe that the two first witches were indeed real people, who did indeed walk the earth, and did ascend to become immortals upon their deaths, and are thus (some of?) the first ascended masters of the Left Hand Path.

Traditional Witchcraft carries myths of Cain and Qalmana ritualistically consorting with the dead in a burial ground, which myths can be seen as supportive of Qalmana’s descendence from Ereshkigal through Lilith. She and her brother and/or husband came to be viewed, in Traditional Witchcraft, as being patrons of necromancy and rulers of the Mighty Dead.

Luluwa is an excellent guiding spirit for witchcraft in general. She specializes in symmetry magick and dream work. She can force the target to become obsessed by lust or fear for the witch, as well as obsess them with other such sensations.

Luluwa is an excellent guide when navigating the astral planes. She can help the sorcerer locate astral grimoires and assist her in the act of dreamwalking. She can guide the sorcerer in the act of psychic vampyrism on the astral planes, and she can also increase the vampyric power of the sorcerer in ritual.

Luluwa can give teachings regarding divination, evocation, and death curses. She rules seduction and glamours. Traditional Witchcraft and Anti-Cosmic Satanism alike assign her to the role of Queen of the Harvest.

Luluwa appeared to me in a vision wearing primitive garments– specifically, a skirt and a top. Her clothes were revealing, appearing to have been fashioned of animal fur, and apparently having been dyed black. Her eyes were mixtures of bright green and sky blue flecked with silver, and her short black hair fell just to her shoulders. She often appears with a brilliantly freckled face and adorned in a black cloak. She’s stunningly beautiful, just as mythology depicted her.

In my vision, she carried a light-weight axe, but I’ve been told her main weapon is a scimitar.

While her brother was largely the apprentice of Ba’al, Qalmana was largely the apprentice of the four matrons of (sacred) prostitution—Aggereth (a.k.a. Agrat bat Mahlat), Na’amah, Eisheth Zennunim, and Lilith, as well as Maklath/Machaloth, Aggereth’s mother.

Last I heard, Luluwa spends most of her down time hanging out with two particular demonesses of the Tunnels of Set. The specific entities she spends much of her time with are Qulielfi and Gargophias. I was informed of this via channeling prior to being informed that Qalmana was purportedly the daughter of Lilith, which mythological parentage my gnosis appears to verify.

Luluwa is a very personable and extroverted entity. While she is very much capable of cold violence and cunning, she is often overtly affectionate in dealing with her disciples. She once manifested out of nowhere one morning when I was reading a chapter about her life in Liber Falxifer II. She chatted with me as I read along, correcting certain points of her biography and telling me what the various recounted moments were like (the narrative, while based on various myths about her and her husband, does not seem to be intended to be factual or literal).

For the sake of clarity, Liber Falxifer II establishes a codified mythology for a certain denomination of Satanists which venerates Luluwa. The recounted mythology was never intended to be interpreted as legitimately historical. However, the codified mythology is almost entirely composed of pre-existent mythological narratives about Cain and Qalmana, drawing from the religions of Mormonism, Christianity, Traditional Witchcraft, Stregheria/Stregoneria, Talmudic Judaism, Extracanonical Christian belief, etc. without indulging in much distortion of the original narratives. Ergo, if Qalmana were once a real person as I claim, some number of the myths regarding her person would most likely have some level of truth to them, which could lead to the codified mythology of Liber Falxifer II incidentally bearing some truth as well.

My matron demoness, Qalilitu, originally warned me that Luluwa was liable to try and mislead the sorcerer to see if he was worthy of her company, but her test, which I passed, served the additional purpose of teaching me something.

For a list of magickal chants useful in calling upon Qalmana, follow the hyperlink:

Magickal Chants to Qalmana (Luluwa)

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Vine (Goetia #45)

Names: Vine, Vinea
Element: Water, Air
Planet: Mars; Sun; Jupiter; Neptune
Tarot: 10 of Swords; 6 of Cups
Rank: King, Earl
Color: Yellow, White
Legions: 36
D/N: Nocturnal
Zodiac: Gemini 20-30; Scorpio 10-14; Capricorn 5-9
Date: June 11-20; Nov 2-6; Dec 27-31
Magickal Numbers: 71, 82, 64, 87, 86, 89, 54
Gematria: 67
Attributions: Gold, Iron, Tin, Neptunium, Frankincense, Black Mustard, Mugwort, Black Pepper, Mallow

vineAbove: Artistic Depiction of Vine for Pathworking and an Altar Piece
(Picture Credit: G.A. Roseberg)

Vine is said to be all-knowing. He can impart revelations regarding matters of the past, present, and future alike, and he can reveal all manner of spiritual esoterica. Said to know all secrets, he brings about the exposure of hidden things. Vine begets initiatory knowledge to the sorcerer and guides her through the spirit realm to locate astral grimoires. He can ascertain which manners of sorcery are at work around the sorcerer and identify other practitioners of the Craft.

The auspices of Vine are useful for physical and spiritual warfare alike. He can bring about all manner of destruction, but he is most renowned for his ability to destroy the infrastructure of enemy forces and strike down the astral defense constructs of opposing sorcerers. He can build up physical infrastructure for militant forces and erect defensive astral infrastructure as well. He can destroy the enemies of the witch and defend her against malicious sorceries. He can assist designated war efforts in myriad other ways as well. He specializes in psychic protection, shields, wards, banishing, etc. He teaches self-defense and increases combative talents.

Vinea can conjure storms and cause the seas to rage. He can conjure up sea serpents and create egregores/thoughtforms which work to improve the physical health of their designated target(s) and increase longevity. He can engender healing and teach the witch to heal others as well. He can program the aura to protect one’s prana from psychic vampyres and alchemically alter the heart chakra in a way that it improves physical health. He can improve the physical fitness of the sorcerer.


Vinea can give the astral double a pair of horns which are useful in combat and can be used to control storm patterns (where storms move to) and he can empower the astral double’s eyes to see clearly in darkness. He also teaches the witch to shapeshift her astral double into a bat.

Vine is useful in divination—hydromancy, pyromancy, divining by storm, etc. His auspices are useful in death magick and he can act as a psychopomp.

Magickal Chants

Eyesta Nas Vine Ca Laris
Vine’s Demonic Enn

 Interveni Vinea– Aethereus Dominator
“Come, Vinea– Everlasting Lord!”

Invoco Vine In Nomine Qliphoth
“I Call Vine in the Name of the Qliphoth!”
In addition to calling forth Vine, this chant simultaneously lulls the witch closer to the gnostic state (trance)

Liftoach Pandemonium, Et Germinet Vine
“Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth Vine!”
In addition to calling forth Vine, this chant simultaneously presences Qliphothic energy to raise or strengthen a sacred space.

In Nomine Adamas Ater, Aperiatur Acharayim, Et Germinet, Et Germinet Vine
“In the Name of the Black Diamond, Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth, and Bring Forth Vine!” In addition to calling forth Vine, this chant simultaneously focuses the mind of the celebrant.

Reayha Bacana Lyan Reme Quim Vine
An enn from The Complete Book of Demonolatry Magic for invocations of Vine

Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco Vine
“Open the Qliphoth; I Call to Vine!”
Invokes Vine and strengthens the alchemical effects of the invocation rite. Only useful for invocation.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Invocation of Dagdagiel

I conjure down Dagdagiel,
Dominatrix of Royal Blood and Saturnian Aspect,
She Who Personifies the Green Ray and Left Hand
Of Mother Nature and Venus the Wicked,
The Darksome Goddess of the Fourteenth Tunnel,
The Doorway Between the Black Womb of Uranus
And the Saturnian Sphere of the Nightside.

Descend Now and Manifest Within My Vessel of Flesh
So that I Might Orchestrate Evolution through Your Gnosis
And Become through the Alchemies of the Nightside Exalted.

Val-Ceph-Ged, Drun-Orth, Dagdagiel (x11)

Dagdagiel Rules the Mortiferous Womb,
The Place of the Gallows,
The Portal and Tunnel of the Vulva Averse,
Suspended Betwixt the Power-Spheres
Of the Shaman’s Wand and Sword.
I Conjure Forth Dagdagiel, Divine and Exalted,
The Priestess and Oracle of Qliphothic Arcana,
The Immortal Whose Womb of Deathfulness
Establishes the Furtherance of Life.

Through the Forbidden Path of the Renegade Heir,
The Demonic Mysteries of Sacred Sex,
The Empress is Coronated Once Again,
To Rule from a Foreign Throne Above
The Kingdom of Manifoldness.

Zuhalma, Dagdagiel, Bakshorilon (x11)

I Have Become Unified with the Saturnic-Venusian Woman,
Archdemoness Usurper, Demon-Goddess, Mother Nature
Who Presides Above Recrudescence
And Putrefaction Alike.
As I Have Spoken, So Let it Be Done.

The Luciferian Sacrament of Anados

{Despite the simplicity of this ritual, this rite is best performed by advanced practitioners, as neophytes could easily be overwhelmed by its power. This ritual calls upon Lucifer to strengthen the Black Flame, empower all of the major chakras (subpersonal and transpersonal included), and strengthen the witch’s character. This ritual uses the Church of Lucifer’s word of power “Zorabia.” This WoP serves to strengthen the Black Flame, and is seen as a title for the fifth element (azoth/spiritus/ether). It also uses my chant, Yehi Aur Chashakh, meaning “Let There Be Infernal Light,” which serves, IN THIS CONTEXT, to strengthen the Black Flame as well. My WoP “Phaos Abussos” empowers all of the chakras and my chant “Xon, Binan Ath, Xul, Ga Wath Am” increases the sorcerer’s magickal power and increases his strength of character. This rite also uses chants from Liber Azerate, the Temple of Layil, and the Order of the Nine Angles}

Med-Orth + Lucifero + Lumiel + Helel ben Shachar + Lucibel + Asturel + Aggelos Phos + Liftoach Qliphoth + Liftoach Pandemonium

Renich Tasa Uberaca Biasa Icar Lucifer (x11)

Lucifer, I ask that you strengthen my Black Flame.

Lylusay Tateros Volt Sids Lucifer (x11)

Zorabia (x3)

Yehi Aur Chashakh (x3)

Lucifer, I ask that you empower my chakras.

Lucifer, Asturel, Liftoach Kliffot (x7)

Phaos Abussos (x11)

Lucifer, I ask that you increase my strength of will and discipline.

Aperiatur terra, et germinet Lucifer (x7)

Xon, Binan Ath, Xul, Ga Wath Am (x11)