Surprisingly Useful Magickal Chants

Salve Phenex Pater Kelippot
“Hail Father Phenex of the Infernal Plane”
This chant calls upon the Goetic demon Phenex/Phoenix to either simply increase the witch’s magickal power or target whichever of the witch’s seven spinal chakras is the least open and increase it’s open-ness. Source: V.K.

Salve Amaymon Pater Sitra Ahra
“Hail unto Amaymon, the Father of the Infernal Plane”
This chant can be used to simply call forth Amaymon in rituals which seek his influence or to call upon Amaymon to empower any rite of demon magick the sorcerer is performing or has just performed. Source: V.K.

Agios o Sitra Ahra– Drakosophia Gloria!
“Numinous is the Infernal Plane– Glory to the Current of the Adversary”
This chant may be used to empower any ritual, strengthen any sacred space, or clean the celebrant’s astral body & chakras.

Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco _________
“Open the Qliphoth; I Call to __________”
This chant can be used for invocations of any demon, and in addition to invoking the demon called upon, the chant has the effect of increasing the alchemical/transformative/self-deifying effects of the invocation being performed. Source: V.K.

Agios Ischyros Amducious Rex Kliffot
“Numinous and Mighty is King Amducious of the Infernal Plane”
This chant calls upon Amducious to strengthen any ritual or spell– evocations and invocations included. Source: V.K.

Voco te Luluwa– Invoco Qayin– Spirituum Inferni!
“I Call to Luluwa, I Call to Qayin, Spirits of the Infernal Plane”
Used to call forth Qayin and Luluwa in any ritual to them or calls upon them to strengthen any rite or spell and/or augment the self-transformative, self-initiatory, and/or self-empowering effects of your rite. Source: V.K.

Qodesh la-Amprodias Geber ha-Sitra Ahra
“Holy to Amprodias, Warrior of the Other Side”
Used to call Amprodias forth. Source: V.K.

In Nomine Domine Amprodias, Aperiatur Kliffoth
“In the Name of Lord Amprodias, Open the Infernal Plane”
Used to call Amprodias forth in any rite calling up him, or used to call on Amprodias to empower any rite of self-transformation, self-empowerment, or self-initiation. Source: V.K.

Lantorraggongathandra Mandrakkalla Lingathorr
A channeled chant to call upon Sorath
Source: V.K.

Qalilitu Venire Et Germinet Xul!
“Qalilitu, Come and Manifest the Black Light”
This chant calls upon Qalilitu to do one of three things:
(i) strengthen the self-transformative effects of any invocation ritual you are performing
(ii) empower any rite or spell
(iii) refine the psychic senses of the witch
Source: V.K.

Salvete Domine Qematriel, Basileus Gothiel, Et Rex Belial-Mortifer
“Hail Lord Qematriel, Lord Gothiel, and King Belial the Death-Bearer”
Calls forth Qematriel/Qemetiel, A’athiel/Gothiel, and Belial/Meterbuchus, the three lords of the three veils before Samael (the most transcendent face of Satan). This chant either calls on the three demonic gods to:
(i) empower the witch while cleaning her chakras
(ii) come forward in any rite to which they are relevant
(iii) strengthen the witch’s spinal, subpersonal, and transpersonal chakras

Invoco Azza-Shemhazai, Venire Azael, Voco te Azazel Rex Thaumiel
“I Call to Semyaza, Oh Come Azael, I Call to King Azazel of Thaumiel”
This chant calls on Semyaza (also called Azza and Shemhazai), Azael, and Azazel– the three leaders of the Watchers or Grigori and three primary fathers of the Nephilim. This chant calls on the three of them to do one of a few things:
(i) come forward
(ii) strengthen any rite or spell
(iii) increase the witch’s magickal powers and psychic senses
Source: V.K.

Domine Raflifu, Agente Ex Qliphoth, Gloria! Veni!
“Lord Raflifu, Emissary of the Qliphoth, Glory to You! Come”
This may be used to call forth Raflifu in any rite which calls to him or may call on Raflifu to strengthen any ritual you’ve performed. Source: V.K.

Lilith, Eisheth, Agrat, Nahema!
This chant is composed of the names of the four brides of Samael, succubitic queens held to preside over sex magick, sex work, LGBTQ+ rights, and women’s rights alike. Eisheth is also known as Aisha Qandisha, Eisheth Zenunim, and Qodesha. Nahema is also known as Maamah and Naamah. Agrat is also known as Aggereth and Agrat bat Mahlat. This chant is composed of nine syllables, a number apt for all demon magick. It either calls forth the four brides of Samael, or calls upon them to empower the celebrant’s spinal chakras, OR calls upon them to strengthen the effects of any rite or spell. Source: V.K.

Eko, Eko, Apsidotheoi
Chant to Summon the Guiding Spirits of the Draconian Current. Source: V.K.

Invoco ___________ In Nomine Qliphoth!
“I Call to _________ in the Name of the Qliphoth”
Used to call forth any demon– Goetic, Qliphothic, Grimoiric, whatever– while simultaneously bringing the celebrant closer to a gnostic state. Source: V.K.

In Nomine Adamas Ater, Aperiatur Acharayim, Et Germinet, Et Germinet ______________
“In the Name of the Black Diamond, Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth, and Bring Forth _________”
Used to call upon any demon. This magickal chant calls forth the demon named and focuses the celebrant’s mind. Source: V.K.

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