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

Kiezzaenar
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

Bibliography

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

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Kek

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

Zaenargara
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

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

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

Bibliography

1. “Egyptian Gods: Kuk.” Egyptian Gods and Goddesses RSS, egyptian-gods.org/egyptian-gods-kuk/.
2. Seawright, Caroline. “Kek and Kauket.” Kek and Kauket, Ancient Egyptian Deities of Darkness…, 13 Dec. 2012, http://www.thekeep.org/~kunoichi/kunoichi/themestream/kek.html#.Xk9eIWhKhPY.
3. “Tour Egypt.” Kek and Kauket, Deities of Darkness, Obscurity and Night, http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/kek.htm.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

 

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

Shienarhan
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.

Shie-Zon-Rar-Kon-Ae-Zor-Son
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.

Bibliography

  1. Asylum, Warlock. “Becoming An Ancient One: Iak Sakkak.” Warlock Asylum International News, 17 Feb. 2017, warlockasyluminternationalnews.com/2011/05/06/becoming-an-ancient-one-iak-sakkak/.
  2. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Zaenara

Name Translation: Glistening Wonder
Sacred Number: 11, 43, 1
Rank: Legionnaire; Black Priest of the Night Sun
Superior: Azagthoth
Compass: Northwest
Qliphothic Attribution: Daath
Attributed Colors: Black, Grey, Pink, Indigo, Purple, White
Planetary Attributions: Saturn; the Black Moon
Elemental Attribution: Air
Zodiac Attributions: Aries, Virgo

JoshAbove: Channeled Sigil of Zaenara

Zaenara is the Black Priest of the Night Sun. He is a fiend of Daath and a demonic legionnaire under Azagthoth. In life, he was a sorcerer possessed of both Nephilimic and Anunnakian blood, and in death, due to the extent of his demonic alchemy and because of an infernal sacrament performed over his soul, he was elevated to a state of demonhood. His name, Zaenara, translates to “Glistening Wonder.”

As an incarnate sorcerer in Malkuth, Zaenara started his spiritual path as a Christian faith healer and thaumaturgist. Unfortunately, he became too good at what he was taught to do, and because of this, he came to leave Christianity behind.

After leaving Christianity, Zaenara went on to become an Aztec priest, and later became a proper black magickian. He was initially initiated into infernal magick by Ahriman, and he went on to pass the trials of the Spider Queen and gain deep respect from the Infernal Divine. In time, the Numinous and his Higher Self would decide that he should influence the macroscopic alchemy of humankind from the Other Side, and so his death occurred.

Zaenara was trained in seventeen martial arts during his final incarnation.

Zaenara specializes in pacts, businesses, ambition, initiation, abyssal magick, punishment, egregore creation, solar magick, the mysteries of Santa Muerte, demonology, the deflection of baneful magick, spiritual warfare, extraterrestrial gnosis, chakra work, Kundalini work, and protection.

The value of the name Zaenara in English Gematria is 15, which corresponds to the fifteen fixed Behenian stars, the tarot card “the Devil,” and the union of the Sun with the Moon. 15 is also the value of “Simon,” the author of the Necronomicon as well as the value of “Hell” and “Ansuz.” 15 is also the sum of the magick square of Saturn (note: Zaenara’s obituary number had an unmistakable numerological reference to Saturn and Daath).

“Glistening Wonder” has a value of 62 in English Gematria, which is the same value as “Tower of Cressen” (Note: the Tower of Cressen is ruled by the Spider Queen).

62 is also the value of the Aramaic word for “prophet” in Hebrew Gematria.

Magickal Chants

Zaenara Galanara
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant for Zaenara

Bibliography

  1. Dreadwood, Somnus. The Black Scriptures. Second ed., CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015.
  2. Green, Paul A. The Qliphoth. Libros Libertad, 2007.
  3. Pivik, Brian. Gematria and the Tanakh. Brian Pivik, 2017.
  4. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Three Obscure Aspects of Asmodeus

  1. Asmodeus-Toralon: the Monarch of Daath

This aspect of Asmodeus is a gate-opener who can create portals to any spiritual realm and assist the magickian in wielding the forces of the Abyss. This aspect is a useful one to work with when conjuring the spirits of Daath, essaying aeonic sorcery/macrocosmic alchemy, slaughtering the emissaries of Jehovah or battling deities, causing the destruction of forces in the Inbetween, conjuring the Shadow People, casting execrations, casting spells for protection, and healing mental illnesses.

Asmodeus-Toralon appeared to me as a robed and crowned being of shadow with two large serpents rising above his shoulders. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Asmodeus-Toralon is Toralon Nanora. His sigil is as follows:

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2. Asmodeus-Haeoza: the Underworld Devourer

This aspect of Asmodeus is a useful one to call on when conjuring the forces of the punishment realm in the core of the earth or initiating through it. He can aid one in helping the dead pass on, summoning ghosts who have passed on, experiencing union with all of one’s past lives, safely summoning their own ghost even though they have yet to die, integrating the Shadow, empowering the Black Flame, and fully becoming an incarnation of the True Self and Spirit Animal.

Asmodeus-Haeoza appeared to me as a massive and bewinged alligator. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Asmodeus-Haeoza is Haeoza Goryalla. His sigil is as follows:

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3. Asmodeus-Sordellin: the Reaping Magickian

This aspect of Asmodeus can sever the cord that binds the dead to this realm, obliterate the collective of an enemy’s ancestral spirits, obliterate a burial ground’s connection to the dead and the Death Current, astrally turn a given location into a sort of outpost for the Death Current, give assistance in death magick and lethal curses, annihilate an enemy’s astral double entirely, destroy an enemy’s Higher Self and past life echoes, and open gateways to underworld planes.

Asmodeus-Sordellin appeared to me as a scythe-wielding vampyre in a grey robe. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Asmodeus-Sordellin is Sordellin Tarala Goryaeroth Choz. His sigil is as follows:

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Bibliography

  1. Infernus. Demonolatry Basics.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Nemicu

Directions: Southeast; West
Elemental Attribution: Water
Sacred Numbers: 16, 7, 286, 35
Zodiac Attributions: Gemini, Sagittarius, Leo, Libra
Attributed Colors: Brown, Indigo, Orange, Purple, Black
Planetary Attributions: the Sun (Primary); the Black Moon

NemicuAbove: Channeled Sigil of Nemicu

“[Nemicu is] a strange entity, powerful but wild. He has much to offer you. He is a gatekeeper in a manner, keeping a transitional flow of black, transformative power that guides black magickians to states of arcane apotheosis.” -Raziel

Disclaimer

I do not support the Order of the Nine Angles or associate with persons affiliated with it. Nonetheless, I do have beneficial relationships with many of the entities venerated by the O9A, and introducing these entities to the broader black magickal community has been something of a side-project of mine for some time.

I am writing this article because I believe that Nemicu and other spiritual intelligences venerated by the O9A deserve a better pool of magickians to work with than that which the O9A has to offer. I believe that many members of my audience are or will become better equipped to work with and venerate Nemicu than any “Niner” ever will be.

This article will exclusively feature original methods (chants & sigil) for conjuring Nemicu. My experience is that the magickal current of the O9A causes the spirits they venerate to manifest in ways that are unusual, often undesirable, and generally unpleasant to both the magickian and the spirit.

Ergo, I have channeled a unique sigil for Nemicu and channeled original chants which may be used to summon Nemicu. The chants and sigil which the O9A present for the conjuration of Nemicu do not appear anywhere in this article.

Regarding Nemicu

Nemicu echoed Raziel’s description of him when we first spoke, referring to himself as strange, but specifying that he isn’t the most difficult entity to work with. He brings about wild manifestations of Will which could prove the reality of magick to anyone, doing so through methods that many spiritualists find unpredictable. He is a generous and caring spirit who loves and rewards offerings.

Nemicu is native to the Trans-Qliphothic Void, the Trans-Qliphothic Labyrinth, and Irkalla (the Sumerian Underworld). He is the son of Babalon, the emissary of Azazel, the father of Niantiel and Thantifaxath, and the former sworn enemy of Nyarlathotep.

Naos referred to Nemicu as the/a “Bringer of Wisdom.” He can teach you just about any magickal tradition you want, though he says he has yet to master them all. In essence, Nemicu is dark, primal, atavistic, necromantic, and abyssal (but not capable of manifesting in the Inbetween). He is not a demon, but rather, he is of the Shaitanic species of djinn.

Nemicu is a good spirit to send to your uninitiated friends to help them get their lives together. One peculiar trait of Nemicu’s is that he empowers the witch when she calls upon him to destroy a given target. He should be sent after your worst enemy, and he will give said enemy the worst he has to offer, and in turn, give you the best that your enemy has to offer.

Nemicu can engender physical and mental healing. He can impart courage, strength of the body, and strength of the heart. He can instruct the witch in making magickal concoctions (potions, oils, etc.) and enchant concoctions as well.

Nemicu is a close friend of Garmr’s and he is romantically involved with Shugara. He is an ally of Agiel’s and he works closely with Lucifer. He has a powerful and tight-knit relationship with his mother.

The Curse Mark of Nemicu

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The above symbol was channeled for curse jars. You may simply draw it on a small piece of paper, charge it by focusing malicious intentions into it while chanting the name Nemicu, and put it in the jar. Personally, I don’t charge curse marks for curse jars with bodily fluids, but that’s just a personal preference.

Magickal Chants

Orgattoma Nemicu Orzal
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant for Nemicu

Bibliography

  1. Ona. Naos. Lulu.Com, 2009.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Yama, Yamarāja, or Yima

Names: Yama, Yamarāja, Yima, Dharmaraja
Element: Fire
Sephira: Yesod
Qlipha: Thaumiel
Direction: South
Zodiac Attributions: Capricorn; Sagittarius
Sacred Numbers: 17, 13, 942, 86, 22, 34, 156
Colors: Transparent, Grey, Rainbow, Brown, Yellow, Purple
Planets: Mercury, Black Sun, Moon, Neptune (Secondary), Black Earth (Tertiary)

YAMAAbove: Channeled Sigil of Yama

Yama is an aspect of Death Itself who hails from the Trans-Qliphothic Void. He is considered the ruler of the Narakas and, by some, a ruling divinity of reincarnation. In my personal gnosis, Yama rules over a potentially unrecorded underworld plane wherein those who persecute witches are punished. Additionally, in my personal gnosis, Yama has authority in the Japanese underworld plane Yomi/Yomi-no-kuni, which is primarily ruled by Izanami. While Yomi is not Yama’s primary jurisdiction, he rules over a blood-drinking warrior class of Shinigami which are bound to that plane.

Yama specializes in necromancy, Void magick, Daathic witchcraft, death magick, the sorcery of Bohu, reincarnation, helping the dead pass on, underworld gnosis, underworld initiation, undeath, fire magick, pyromancy, tarot & oracle deck usage, and silver cord cutting. He works closely with Santa Muerte & Xastur.

Yama can help one gain gnosis of their past lives and prevent one’s enemies from reincarnating.  Heis an excellent deity to summon in baneful workings against those who seek to persecute you for practicing the Craft. Yama can be sent upon either a single target or multiple targets, and he quickly and effectively engenders their ruination.

Yama appears to me as either a big, fluffy, yellow-furred dog, or as a classic grim reaper.

Call to Yama from a graveyard for the most powerful manners of necrosophic permutation a necromancer can ask for.

Magickal Chants

Kal-Or-Gar-Tae + Kor-Dor-Bal-Har
Two Channeled Secret Names for Yama
Note: Secret Names Are Only for Use in Magick & Worship

Yama Korzarkora
Channeled All-Purposed Summoning Chant for Yama

Bibliography

  1. Cartwright, Mark. “Yama.” Ancient History Encyclopedia, Ancient History Encyclopedia, 8 Jan. 2020, https://www.ancient.eu/Yama/.
  2. Simon. Necronomicon. Ibis Press, 2008.
  3. “Santa Muerte History.” Santa Muerte History, Colors, and Symbolshttp://curiouscurandera.com/acatalog/Santa_Muerte_History__Colors_and_Symbols.html.
  4. Dreadwood, Somnus. Charnel Whispers. Second ed., Black Court Reliquary, 2014.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia