Primary Qlipha: Thagirion
Secondary Qliphas: Golachab & Gamaliel
Colors: White, Green, Yellow, Red, Indigo, Pink, Purple
Above: Sigil of Tonzoral Channeled By Augustus Grigori
Tonzoral self-identifies as a “Black God of Life” and “the Black Spirit of the Wilderness.” He is a lieutenant of the Se’irim (Azazel’s goat demons) under Azazel. Since there are multiple spellings of Se’irim, and I am not confident in my ability to pronounce any of them, I have channeled another name for them: the Sanoril (SAW-NOR-RILL).
Tonzoral opens the way to black paths through which men can turn into beasts. He grants power to the celebrant via Saturnian magick and Western meditation techniques. He enjoys spiritual operations calling upon all manner of planets, stars, and constellations. He can help the magickian initiate through or call upon any Qlipha as well as any region of the Trans-Qliphothic Labyrinth.
Unlike Azazel, who is part Watcher, part demon, and more, Tonzoral is purely demonic.
Tonzoral grants power and the experience of oneness with all things. He opens portals to the Nightside and guides magickians through the spirit planes. He gifts the magickian’s astral double with the ability to travel great distances and through harsh planes. He’s a good spirit to call on if you need protection, want to work with rainbow energy, or intend to pursue Trans-Qliphothic initiation.
Tonzoral loves offerings of alcohol.
Above: Channeled Sigil of Tonzoral
Tonzoral grants gnosis of the darkest powers available to black magickians. He teaches the magickian to “strike and fight and war” against her enemies and their supporters. He speaks unto those who seek evolution and empowers those who pursue a relationship with and understanding of him.
Tonzoral imparts knowledge of pain and suffering. He is a useful guide for working with the Shadow People, the Sanoril/Se’irim, and the Simon Necronomicon. He can grant you a familiar from among the Sanoril, and possibly other types of familiars as well.
Augustus Grigori described Tonzoral as a tall figure with outrageously long fingers wearing a purple cloak and a deer skull. He described the spirit as soft-spoken, but alternating between a loud, booming voice and a soft whisper. Together, he and I saw something like a halo: purple on the innermost layer, white on the central layer, and a thin outermost layer that was yellow.
Tonzoral appeared to me as a black anthropoid with yellow accents on the skin of his face. His entire eyes appear to be so dark in color (purple, I think) that they are nearly the same color as his black skin. He had two, curved black horns. He also has claws and a tail with yellow accents. Augustus Grigori and I both saw a spiked ball on the end of his tail like a Stegosaurus.
Ave Sophos Et Sempiternus Tonzoral
“Hail the Wise and Eternal Tonzoral!”
Agios Es, Cruentus Tonzoral
“Numinous Art Thou, Bloodthirsty Tonzoral!”
Veni, Tonzoral, Spiritus Deserto
“Come, Tonzoral, Spirit of the Wilderness!”
Zaekatanda Dadador Zarala
Channeled Chant to Evoke Tonzoral
Porta Ganda Anta Bal
Channeled Chant to Invoke Tonzoral
Aperi _______ In Nomine Tonzoral
“Open _____ in the Name of Tonzoral!”
Calls Upon Tonzoral to Presence the Energies of Any Qlipha
Kata Danda Anta Dada Porza
Channeled Chant Calling on Tonzoral to Send the Se’irim/Sanoril
Zaeta Kata Anta Daga Baza Tor
Channeled Chant Calling on Azazel and Tonzoral to Send the Se’irim/Sanoril
- Belanger, Michelle A. The Dictionary of Demons: Names of the Damned. Llewellyn Publications, 2010.