Invocation of Marduk

This ritual serves to invoke Marduk, meaning to call him into the body to experience union with him via possession, either two-headed (i.e., partial) possession or total possession depending upon intent. Phrases in italics are meant to be chanted in a rhythmic monotone, and the names in bold are meant to be vibrated (just say them if you don’t know how to vibrate names). Translations appear in brackets and explanations appear in italics.

This rite uses two channeled secret names for Marduk: Dorzaedon and Drizdralnon. These are pronounced DOOR-zay-DON and driz-dral-nawn where dral rhymes with the word pal. Secret names are only to be used in magick and worship.

You will not need any equipment to have success with this rite, but I encourage you to incorporate whatever materials you want as you see fit. This ritual is public domain, as is the following channeled sigil of Marduk,

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I call forth the patron deity of Sumer who is known by fifty exalted names. Marduk, witch-god and ruler of tempests, descend unto the Etherian plane and unify with me through my art of invocation! Lightning-hurling archer, wielder of the winds, everlasting charioteer! I call unto you! Oh hear the names!

Merodach + Bel Rabim + Dorzaedon + Muballit Mite + Drizdralnon + Marduk

Sagax Coelestis Dorzaedon Gloria (x6)
[Glory to the Wise and Numinous Marduk]

Ab-Kal Ilani Bel Tereti (x6)
[Leader of the Gods (Title of Marduk)]

Praedicate Aethereus Divus Merodach (x6)
[I Praise the Immortal Spirit Merodach]

Gaezondol Arzordae Naezondor Palzudon (x6)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Marduk: With Syllables Matching Known English Words in Sound, this is Pronounced GAY-zawn-DOLL ARE-zohr (rhymes with poor)-DAY NEIGH-zawn-DOOR PAL-zuh-DAWN)]

As I have spoken, so let it be done!

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2 thoughts on “Invocation of Marduk

  1. Hi VK, thank ou for sharing your knowledge. Is it alright for me to print a ritual and meditations in your site?

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