Satanic Gnosis of Various Fiends Pt. III

Taroone

Taroone is the Venusian-Mercurial Priestess of Desire and Queen of Romance. Her lesser planetary attributions are to the Moon and the Black Moon. She is an initiator and alchemist attributed to Ghagiel and Satariel.

Taroone specializes in love, lust, compassion, and relationships. She can be called on by a couple to enchant their relationship so that it cannot be sabotaged by outside forces (this operation would have to include both partners). Her alchemy can render the witch borderline irresistible to whosoever she wants to bed.

The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Taroone is Kiennoss Yiltahnya Enzytlar Sylyagara.

Sonnillion

Sonnillion is the Wrathful Queen and the Trans-Qliphothic Demoness of Hate. She presides over sports, letting go of anger, athleticism, execration, balancing, concentration, undeath, necromancy, and focus. Connolly attributes her to red, July, Midsummer, the Southwest, the fiery part of water, and cinnamon.

Sonnillion can be called upon to destroy entire corporations, collectives, and communities. She can impart the ability to reflect curses and hexes. The souls of those whom she has destroyed become vessels for her consciousness like a hivemind.

The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Sonnillion is Entorlar Iltaht’yara Enlort Iltha.

Sapanur

Sapanur is the Divine Emperor of Fools (initiates) and the Lord of Fire, Power, and Righteousness. He was originally an egregore conjured by a coven of Azazel devotees, but he was later elevated to a state of genuine divinity. He is a spirit of Olympus and other spiritual realms who serves the Spider Queen.

Sapanur rules over the fiery spirits of merciless vengeance who reside within the earth. Through his power, these beings may be summoned and released upon the uninitiated– this is a good approach to multi-target execration.

O9A literature has referred to Sapanur as “the sudden fire of destruction” and a “primal atavism of human origin” unrelated to the Nekalah. Beest described him as the demon of all male spirituality related to sacred homsexuality– it is to him whom Uranian nexions are usually devoted, at least according to the orthodoxy of the Sevenfold Way.

Sapanur is cold to his enemies and followers alike. Should you consecrate a shield as his idol, his power will flow through you and the dead will bring you your desires.

The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Sapanur is Sapanur Naesordoth.

Svengali

Svengali is the Demon of Vengeance and the Lord of Empyreal Blackness who rules over the oceans. He imparts the ability to mutilate the astral bodies of one’s enemies, and he is a patron of elemental sorcery, nature magick, necromancy, and commanding the dead. He awakens powers long forgotten by the Black Lodge.

Svengali is attributed to water as well as the fiery part of air. He has appeared to me in two forms. The first is an infernal fiend with a red, muscular body, bat wings, a pointed tail, and a four-horned skull for a head– in this form, he brandished a sword. The other appearance was as a teal-furred unicorn with a white mane (or whatever you call that on a horse).

Svengali governs his own underworld plane known as Niessah where only the Exalted Undead reside. The necrotic denizens of this plane are quite powerful– no necromancer could command them. Among his emissaries are three basilisks which work to protect those blessed by Svengali.

The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for this deity is Svengali Nilyatarren.

Bibliography

  1. “Historical Demonic Hierarchies.” Demon Encyclopedia, 29 Jan. 2020, demonsanddemonolatry.com/historical-demonic-hierarchies/.
  2. Karlsson, Thomas. Qabalah, Qliphoth, & Goetic Magic. Ajna Bound, 2017.
  3. Conolly, S. The Daemonolater’s Guide to Daemonic Magic. DB Publishing, 2010.
  4. Osborne, Ariana, et al. The Daemon Tarot: the Forbidden Wisdom of the Infernal Dictionary. Sterling Ethos, 2013.
  5. Long, Anton. Naos.
  6. Smith, Mark. The Scorpion God. Primal Craft Occult Publications, Jan 2012.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

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