Dabadlus or Dandulez

Arabic Name: Dabadlus
Latin Name: Dandulez
Channeled Names: Sandral, Andor, Kazal, Horoth
Stellar Attributions: Aldebaran (Primary); Algol
Zodiac Attributions: Aries; Virgo; Aquarius
Colors: Black, Green, Blue, Grey
Compass: Southeast; West; North
Elemental Attribution: Fire; Water
Sacred Numbers: 1, 9
Qliphothic Attributions: Samael, Gamaliel

DandulezAbove: Channeled Sigil of Dandulez

In the praxis of the Necronomicon, it is traditional for the celebrant to seek out what the text calls a Watcher (not the same type of Watcher as those governed by Semyaza, Azazel, & Azael) as a form of protector spirit for the workings of the book by calling on the Three Great Watchers (Anu, Enki, & Enlil). As I was simultaneously working through the Necronomicon and the praxis I was developing for the Saturnian mysteries, other arrangements were made for me.

I summoned Ninib/Ningirsu, the Saturnian deity venerated in the Necronomicon, for a Saturnian ritual I had developed on my own, and he surprised me by giving me mt Watcher: a spirit who introduced herself to me as Sandral, but turned out to be more well known by the names which serve as the title of this article.

Sandral appeared to me as a small pterodactyl made of shadow, which interested me. Nothing I had ever summoned had appeared to me as a dinosaur. The appearance adopted by the spirit clearly implied that the spirit was very dark and exceptionally primal. Later on, my gods would link a dying spirit to my soul so it could ascend through me, and this spirit would also appear to me in the form of a pteradactyl, implying that the pteradactyl was a spiritually significant animal to me. Later on, Sandral would reveal herself to me in a male form: a gothically-dressed male of African descent– dreadlocks, nose ring, trench coat.

Sandral, being an emissary of Ninib/Ningirsu, is both my Watcher for the Necronomicon‘s praxis and my spirit guide for the path of Saturn gnosis. Unlike most Watchers, Sandral will not fuck with the sorceress should she feel fear in the presence of the spirit. But these exceptional qualities are just the beginning of what makes Sandral so interesting.

In addition to being a Saturnine Watcher, Sandral is the fifteenth of the 72 spirits of Saturn listed by Charles Burnett. In that context, she is known by the Arabic name Dabadlus and the Latin name Dandulez. Furthermore, in terms of species, Dabadlus/Sandral is partially Shaitanic (different from Satanic)– in other words, she is partially of the race of infernal djinn which normally serve Shaitan/Iblis, a race which brings infamously quick results when conjured.

Despite the fact that she appeared to me during the day, Dandulez/Sandral is a nocturnal spirit. She helps the sorceress develop her psychic abilities and gives aid in astral projection and all divination. She teaches void magick, pyromancy, hydromancy, nature magick, and necromancy. Her auspices are of use in protection, execration, and defense.

Magickal Chants

Dandulez, Dabadlus, Andor, Kazal
Chant Composed of Four Names of Sandral

Chanda Randor Saltan Kastar
Channeled Chant to Evoke Dandulez

Saetal Santar Kortom Kastor
Channeled Chant to Invoke Dandulez

Dabadlus Amasatorem
All-Purposed Summoning Chant I Channeled (Invocation + Evocation)

Dandulez Ongrazadem
All-Purposed Summoning Chant I Channeled (Invocation + Evocation)

Sandral Balabembar
All-Purposed Summoning Chant I Channeled (Invocation + Evocation)


1. Moros, Arthur. The Cult of the Black Cube. Theion Publishing, 2017.
2. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia


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