Bathin (Goetia #18)

Sacred Numbers: 5, 12, 16, 31, 949
Tarot: Ten of Disks/Pentacles
Zodiac: Virgo 20-30
Compass: Southwest
Planets: Venus, Saturn, Mercury (Primary)
Element: Water (Primary), Fire
Goetic Rank: Duke
D/N: Primarily Nocturnal
Dates: September 12-22
Attributed Materials/Ingredients: Copper, Sandalwood, Frankincese, Dirt, Orange, Lemon, Spider Webs, Crushed Spiders, Spider Poison

BathinAbove: Channeled Sigil of Bathin

Bathin is the Hellhound of the Void, the Teacher of Ascended Masters, the Maiden of the Nightside, the Warden of Death, a Regent of Bohu, and a Duke of the Goetia. While she is generally recorded as male, she has thus far manifested in female forms to me. This does not invalidate the existence of her male aspect(s)– all demons have their ‘split personalities.’

In her many forms, Bathin releases darkness into the universe and resurrects the dead. She makes the corpses to move and the screaming to silence. She blots out the emissaries of the Abrahamic divinity and tears worlds and realms asunder. Her wrath consumes all and her power is beyond limit.

Bathin rules over deceased sorcerers in Bohu and teaches them paths to true apotheosis.

The alchemy of Bathin incorporates the Kundalini force and the atavism of the serpent. Other atavisms special to her are the dragon and the bear. In magick, she can enhance the witch’s psychic perception, amplify destructive power (make one better at destructive magick), and elevate the witch to a state of physical undeath.

Bathin has survived the horrific holocausts of wars between gods. She is cruel– she was hardened by her losses. Her temper is cool, but she has no mercy for those she intends to destroy.

The auspices of Bathin are of use in prosperity magick. She can lend spiritual support to entrepreneurs. Bathin knows the properties of crystals and herbs, and she is renowned for her ability to rapidly transport someone from one place to another.

Magickal Chants

Channeled Secret Name of Bathin (Pronounced KEY-zay-nar)
{Secret Names Are Only for Use in Magick & Worship}

Bathin Daegaroz
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant for Bathin

Kiezzaenar Zardorgae
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant for Bathin


  1. Mathers, S. L. MacGregor, and Aleister Crowley. The Lesser Key of Solomon: Goetia. Mockingbird Press, 2016.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia



Names: Kek, Kuk, Keku, Keki
Sacred Numbers: 3; 14
Qliphothic Attributions: Daath; Thaumiel
Primary Planetary Attribution: Mercury
Colors: Green, Yellow, Pink
Compass: Southeast

kekAbove: Channeled Sigil of Kek

“I am a lord of chaos. I am timeless and formless. My cruelty envelops my enemies and I rupture the veil at my every evocation. Corruption emanates from my pores and saturates the weak-willed and heartless.” -Kek

In Egyptian belief, Kek was basically the theomorphic personification of primordial darkness. He was considered the god of obscurity, and nightfall was considered a reflection of his primeval blackness. He was a god of night and dawn, and he was called the Bringer-In of the Light. He is the priest of the Spider Queen, and his consort was considered to be Kauket.

Kek is a spirit of Daath and Thaumiel. He presides over pendulums, tarot decks, crystal balls, and mirrors. In baneful magick, he sets allies against one another in conflict, and then seals the fates of all parties– this means that he is best conjured against friend groups, collectives, etc. In protective work, he reflects baneful magick against its casters and makes it more unpredictable.

Alchemically speaking, Kek empowers the sorceress through the forces of Tohu, Thaumiel, Daath, and Satariel. Rituals wherein Kek is conjured alongside the current of Apophis will engender great results initiation-wise.

Kek is traditionally represented as a frog, or as a frog-headed man. He has appeared to me as a sort of anthropomorphic frog, but also as a great green dragon.

It has been said that the Egyptian gods dislike the use of blood in magick (meaning that you shouldn’t use it to call on most of them or offer it to most of them– they won’t be mad if you offer blood to other pantheons). In my gnosis, this is generally true, and it does apply to Kek.

Magickal Chants

Channeled Secret Name for Kek
(Secret Names Are Only for Use in Magick & Worship)

Kek Naezarroza
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant

Keku Harnarriz
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant

Kuk Harnorriggon
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant

Koranaea Sordraeon Kalaza Porgenzara
Channeled Chant to Evoke Kek

Hargorem Kalaza Sordaeoz Konreaga
Channeled Chant to Invoke Kek

Channeled Word of Power to Call on Kek to Strengthen Rites to Thaumiel

Channeled Word of Power to Call on Kek to Strengthen Rites to Daath


1. “Egyptian Gods: Kuk.” Egyptian Gods and Goddesses RSS,
2. Seawright, Caroline. “Kek and Kauket.” Kek and Kauket, Ancient Egyptian Deities of Darkness…, 13 Dec. 2012,
3. “Tour Egypt.” Kek and Kauket, Deities of Darkness, Obscurity and Night,

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia


Addressing & Completing Sepher Akkawbiyah

I self-published an e-grimoire of astrological alchemy under the name Sepher Akkawbiyah, meaning “Book of the Spider.” The purpose of the initiatory praxis provided in the text is to transform the witch through the twelve signs of the Zodiac and lead them to embody the Spider Beyond the Zodiac– the force beyond the twelve signs. Unfortunately, Sepher Akkawbiyah is incomplete. One more ritual, provided here, is necessary to complete this pursuit. The ritual is to be performed thirteen times. I apologize for the mistake. The e-grimoire is temporarily not available.

Norgala! Goryuzzenna! Doriszenna!

Open the many gateways and vortexes that connect our universe to that which lies in the Nightside. Let the power of the Void access this realm and purge me of the causal limitations impressed upon me in Malkuth. Whispering fiends of chaos, horrific beasts of the Qliphothic multiverse, rip my soul open and breathe your power into me! Allow me to be resurrected, enchanted, and powerful. I complete my transformation. Let me be resurrected!

Gor-ahl-or-em + Nor-gon-rem-bar

Shendaloth Morgazzen Korbuzzon Orral (x13)

Iak Sakkak

Colors: Red, Brown, Pink
Compass: Southeast; Northwest
Element: Earth
Sacred Numbers: 6, 943, 15, 87, 324
Planetary Attributions (From Greatest to Least): the Moon; Mercury; the Black Earth; Saturn

Iak SakkakAbove: Channeled Sigil of Iak Sakkak

Iak Sakkak is descriped in the Necronomicon as the guardian of the gate of Kingu and Absu. This spirit is an awakener– he activates all that which lies dormant within mankind. In addition to this, he is an apt protector or guardian, as well as an opener of portals whose auspices are of use in macroscopic alchemy or “aeonic sorcery.” His name means “Governor/Vicegerent of Ashur/Enlil” or “Priest of the Triangle.”

The Necronomicon warns the reader of Iak Sakkak’s tireless efforts to unleash the Ancient Ones (Tiamat and company) into the universe we live in– an occurrence which black magickians understand to be desireable.

While Iak Sakkak is compared heavily to Yog-Sothoth, I stand by my personal gnosis that Iak Sakkak is real, and Yog-Sothoth is fictitious.

Iak Sakkak appeared to me as as a black panther with glowing yellow eyes. Where he travels, astral storms follow. He is a ruthless spirit of chaos and darkness. In baneful magick, Iak Sakkak releases torrents of wrathful energy to corrupt the mind, soul, and body of the witch’s victims– he is best called upon in execration rites with multiple targets.

In protective work, Iak Sakkak can fill a location with wrathful protector spirits who act as if they were his appendages/extensions/avatars. He can surround a person with astral armor that will defend and retaliate against execration. He can fortify the witch against all forms of harm and incapacitate her enemies with ease.

Iak Sakkak can be called upon to bless a romantic relationship. Consult him about this if you’re interested.

Magickal Chants

This is a channeled secret name of Iak Sakkak. Secret names are only for use in worship and magick. This name is pronounced (SHE-nawr-hawn).

Iak Sakkak Zornara Aezzon
This is the all-purposed summoning chant which I have channeled for Iak Sakkak.

This Chant Serves to Invoke Iak Sakkak, Activating Psychically Relevant But Dormant Parts of the Physiology. This may be recited repeatedly, but only used once. It’s a one-time operation.


  1. Asylum, Warlock. “Becoming An Ancient One: Iak Sakkak.” Warlock Asylum International News, 17 Feb. 2017,
  2. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Rites of Shaitanic Initiation

The Rites of Shaitanic Initiation is a free, copyleft e-grimoire I wrote to present Shaitanic gnosis and a stand-alone pathworking system to the Black Lodge. It is not for beginners–this system would hurt them more than help them. Enjoy.

The Rites of Shaitanic Initiation Fixed

Edit: I have been notified of a typo in the original text. The text listed Paralda as the Water-King, when Paralda is actually the Air-King. Nicksa is the Water-King. I have revised the file.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Musician’s Invocation of Asmoday

I was commissioned to design an invocation for Asmodeus that would magickally improve the clients musical talents and songwriting abilities. This ritual can be used to simultaneously increase the celebrant’s skill with multiple instruments (the client is using this rite to augment his talent with four), and give her the ability to write songs at a faster rate, and give her the ability to write better songs.

This ritual must be performed three times. It was designed to be effective with little to no magickal equipment, as well as without sigils. However, the witch is welcomed to incorporate any equipment or sigils she has access to. Words of power to be vibrated appear in bold, incantations to be chanted appeared in italics, translations appear in brackets, and explanations appear in parentheses.

Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia! In Nominibus Lapis Exilis Et Alogos! O, Salve Ashmadia!
[Numinous (is the) Alchemical Attainment and Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick! In the Names of the Stone of Exile and the Unwritten Gnosis! Oh, Hail Ashmadia/Asmodeus]

I call forth the infernal sovereign over Asmodeus! Mighty Amaymon, darksome king, empower my sorcery, my rite, my summoning! Help me manifest Asmodeus and come to be unified with him!

Daroz! Orgar! Konlar! Sarra!
[(Channeled Words of Power Calling on Amaymon)]

Sangarae Orzagem Bordruzzon Arazzem (x9)
[(Channeled Chant to Create a Sacred Space for the Rite)]

I call unto Asmodeus, the lord of strength and invisibility! Manifest within my chamber, manifest within me! Unify your essence with mine so I can be transformed for the musical arts! I welcome your demonry, your gnosis, your power!

Zongarae! Harasorem! Gadrapala! Hondrador!
[(Channeled Words of Power Calling on Asmodeus)]

Asmoday Kozralatorem (x3)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Asmodeus)]

(Vibrate the Word of Power Zar-Nor-Ar-Har-Zal-Kay-Ral Repeatedly Until You Feel You’ve Done Enough)

Adveni Exitosus Asmodaios!
[Come, Destructive Asmodaios]

Ya Namosh Sitra De-Smola Alogos Drakosophia Exat!
[In the Names of the Sinister Left Side, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick, It Is So]