Original Hymns and Magickal Chants to Thor

Despite my disagreements with Odin, I have found Thor to be a very helpful entity. He’s comparable to the Egyptian deity named Khepri (the name of which deity is connected to the word of power Xeper) in that all he really seems to want is to help you get the most out of yourself– become the best person you can be. Like Khepri and Hecate, Thor is a deity useful for white and black magick alike– Left and Right Hand Path alike. Thor helps make us strong, courageous, powerful, confident, disciplined, etc. He was often called upon for the consecration of things and what seems like the empowerment of witchcraft spells. He has no problem working with a practitioner of Thursatru (Giant Worship).

I’ve written four original chants for magickally calling upon Thor along with a Latin hymn I wrote to him for the same purpose. The meanings of the chants are rendered in English in the brackets.

I’ll post a link to the Wikipedia article on him as well as an article about him from my favorite Norse mythology website:
Lastly, since my chants use a total of eleven of Thor’s fourteen names, I’ll link the Wikipedia article which defines those names:

Io Rym-Ennilag-Sonnung-Oku-Thor
[Hail (Four Names of Thor)]

Hailaz Donar
[Hail Donar/Thor]

Salve Pater Oku-Thor
[Hail Unto Father Thor of the Cart]

Heil Ennilag-Asa-Thor-Hardveur
[Hail (Three Names of Thor)]

Salve, salve, agios es
Agios ischyros Oku-Thor
Venire aeternae Atli Asa-Thor
Veni, Vethorm, Donar, et Sonnung
Ennilag, Einridi, Biorn, Gloria
Ave Pater et rex thunraz
Et agios o Mjolnir
This seven-stanza hymn to Thor includes several of his names: Oku-Thor, Atli, Asa-Thor, Vethorm, Donar, Sonnung, Ennilag, Einridi, and Biorn, and expresses admiration of his magickal hammer, Mjolnir. I will translate it non-literally so as to best convey its meaning and poetry. The term “numinous” is a synonym for “divine” which conveys a balance of traits– dark and light alike, for Thor is both Aesir and giant. The Numinous, as coined by Rudolf Otto, is transcendental or supramundane, and inspires, by its nature, both terror and wonder in those who behold it.
[Hail, hail, numinous art thou/ Mighty and numinous is Thor of the cart/ Come, terrible and eternal Thor of the Aesier/ Come, Thor, bear and protector of the shrine/ Glory to the one who rides alone, true spirit, one with a forehead wide/ Hail to the father and king over thunder/ And his hammer is numinous]


Magickal Chants for Qliphothic & Goetic Operations

Agios o Azael Rex Grigori Et Nephilim
This means “Numinous is Azael, King of the Watchers and Nephilim” in Latin, with Numinous being a synonym for the divine. Used to call upon Azael. Source: V.K.

Liftoach Chasek B’Shem ha-Gothiel
This means “Open the Darkness in the Name of Gothiel” in Latin, with Gothiel being another name of A’athiel/Athiel. This chant serves to summon Gothiel and presence the energies and spirits of the Qliphothic Veil of Ain Soph Aur, known otherwise as Chasek. Source: V.K.

Athiel Liftoach Reshut ha-Rabbim
This means “Athiel, Open the Kingdom of Manifoldness” in Hebrew, with Reshut ha-Rabbim [Kingdom of Manifoldness] being a name for the Qliphoth. This chant summons Athiel and/or empowers rites either to summon demons or to cast a circle via Qliphothic forces. Source: V.K.

Salve Sancta Aeternae Baratchial
This means “Hail Holy and Eternal Baratchial” in Latin. Used to call on Baratchial. Source: V.K.

Agios es, Baratchial Initiatrix
This means “Numinous Art Thou,” Baratchial the Initiator” in Latin and serves to call upon Baratchial in her female aspect. Source: V.K.

Io Niantiel-Mawethel
This means “Hail (Two Names of Niantiel)” and serves to summon Niantiel. Source: V.K.

Aeternae Mawethel Gloria
This means “Glory to the Eternal Mawethel” in Latin and serves to summon or otherwise call upon Niantiel/Mawethel. Source: V.K.

Agios o Thantifaxath; Ave Niantiel
Latin for “Numinous is Thantifaxath; Hail Niantiel.” Calls on Thantifaxath and Niantiel. Source: V.K.

Venire Thantifaxath Rex Necromantia
Latin for “Come Thantifaxath, King of Necromancy.” Calls on Thantifaxath. Source: V.K.

Io Ipes-Aypeos-Ipos
Io means “Hail” and the rest of this chant is comprised of three names for Ipos. Used to summon Ipos. Source: V.K.

Tuvries, Kimaris, Cimejas, Cymeries
This is a chant which calls upon Cimejes by four of his names. Source: V.K.

Agios es, Marchioni Tuvries
This means “Numinous Art Thou, Marquis Tuvries” in Latin. It serves to summon or otherwise call on Tuvries/Cimejes. Source: V.K.

Ave Pater Temphioth
This means “Hail Father Temphioth” in Latin and serves to call upon the spirit named. Source: V.K.

Temphioth Xere Sam-Aur Chashakh
This means “Temphioth, Generate the Poisonous Black Light” and serves to call on Temphioth to empower a sacred space and radically increase its longevity. Source: V.K.

Hemethterith Hemhemterith Fam-Ged Val-Ger-Gal
This chant is composed of two names for Hemethterith and two numerical values of his name pronounced in Enochian as words of power. Used to call on Hemethterith. Source: V.K.

Gisa-Drun-Veh, Zodamran, Lafcursiax, Lafoursiax
This chant starts with a numerical value of Lafcursiax’s name pronounced in Enochian as a word of power and follows with ‘Zodamran,’ a word of power used to presence Qliphothic energy. It concludes with two names of Lafoursiax. Used to summon Lafcursiax. Source: V.K.

Val-Ceph-Ged, Drun-Orth, Dagdagiel
A chant calling on Dagdagiel including two numerical values of her name pronounced in Enochian as words of power. Source: V.K.

Zuhalma, Dagdagiel, Bakshorilon
A chant calling on Dagdagiel consisting of three names for her. Source: V.K.

Goap Liftoach Kelippot
This means “Goap/Gaap, Open the Qliphoth.” Used to empower any ritual of Qliphothic inititation and strengthen one’s processing of the energies. While this magickal phrase is primarily purposed towards working with the Tunnels of Set, it can also be used for self-initiation through any of the planetary spheres of the Qliphoth, being optimally powerful in the initiatory rites of Thaumiel, A’arab Zaraq, Golohab, and Gashkalah. Any working to a Qliphothic or Goetic entity or current of energy can be empowered through this chant. Source: V.K.

Io Tap Rex Pandemonium
This translates from Latin to “Hail Tap, King of Pandemonium.” This is used to call on Tap/Gaap in ritual magick as well as to call on him to empower your chakras (either pick one chakra or a few). Source: V.K.

Mammon Liftoach Qliphoth
This summons Mammon to empower a rite of evocation. It means “Mammon, Open the Qliphoth!” Source: V.K.

Reayha Bacana Lyan Remé Quim _____________
Demonic enn for the invocation of any demon. Source: The Complete Book of Demonolatry by J. Thorp

Baruch ha-Raflifu
This means “Blessed is Raflifu” in Hebrew and serves to call on Raflifu. Source: V.K.

Rattimgethall Onkimgallor Raflifu Onjurrawl
A channeled demonic enn for Raflifu. Source: V.K.

Baruch ha-Amdusias Geber ha-Thaumiel
This means “Blessed is Amdusias, the Warrior of Thaumiel” in Hebrew and serves to call on Amducious. Source: V.K.

Ge Adramelech, Moloch, Melek-Taus, Niss- Zacar! Prege! Niss Zacar-Emna! Ozazm Brox!
This is an Enochian demonic enn for Adremelech. Source: Baron & Baronessa Araignee

Baruch Ha-Vassago Paraz Ha-Qlippoth
This means “Blessed in Vassago, Warrior of the Qliphoth” in Hebrew and serves to call on Vassago. Source: V.K.

Io Vassago Rex Necromantia
This means “Hail Vassago the King of Necromancy” in Latin and serves to call on Vassago. Source: V.K.

Baruch ha-Valephar Geber ha-Qliphoth
Hebrew for “Blessed is Valefor the Warrior of the Qliphoth.” Calls on Valefor. Source: V.K.

Io Satanchia-Put Satanachia-Satanackia
This means “Hail Satanchia/Put Satanachia/Satanackia” and calls on Satanachia. Source: V.K.

Invoco Sancta Put Satanachia
Latin for “I Call the Holy Put Satanachia.” Calls on Satanachia. Source: V.K.

Amarantha, Gargophias, Hekashua
Three names for Gargophias compiled into a chant which serves to call on her. Source: V.K.

Aeternae Solas-Etheliel Gloria
Latin for “Glory to the Eternal Solas/Etheliel.” Calls on Stolas. Source: V.K.

Agios Ischyros Verrier
This means “Numinous and Mighty is Verrier” in Latin. Serves to call on Verrier. Source: V.K.

Amun + Ammas + Amanitore + Amen + Amanishakheto + Arkamani
Name vibration formula for calling on Amon. Source: V.K.

Ocat Liftoach Acharayim
This means “Ocat, Open the Backwards Tree!” This calls upon Ocat to strengthen a rite of evocation. Source: V.K.

Eurynomos Liftoach Sitra Ahra
This translates to “Eurynomos, Open the Other Side.” Calls on Eurynomous to strengthen the ritual being performed. Source: V.K.

Magickal Chants to Lucifuge Rofocale

Zelel + Orshach-Arel + Satarnogah + Kesochrab + Alag + Lucifuge Rofocal + Liftoach Qliphoth
A name vibration formula for the conjuration of Lucifuge, consisting primarily of invented magickal names for the spirit and ending with a phrase meaning “Open the Qliphoth.” Source: The Book of Sitra Achra

Eyen Tasa Valocur Lucifuge Rofocale
The traditional ‘enn’ or summoning chant of Lucifuge Rofocale. Source: The Complete Book of Demonolatry Magic

Venire – Rofocale Rex Noctifer
“Come, Rofocale the Night-Bearing King.” Used to call on Lucifuge. Source: V.K.

Agios Ischyros Lucifuge
“Numinous and Mighty is Lucifuge” in Latin. Used to call on Lucifuge. Source: V.K.

Baruch Ha-Lucifuge Rofocale
“Blessed is Lucifuge Rofocale” in Hebrew. Used to call on Lucifuge. Source: V.K.

Aperiatur Acharayim, et germinet Lucerifuge
“Open the Backwards Tree, and Bring Forth Lucerifuge” in Latin. Acharayim is an alternate title for the Qliphoth. Source: V.K.

Lucerifuge Lucifage Lucifugus Rofocalus
A series of three of Lucifuge’s name variates composed into a magickal chant. Used to call on Lucifuge. Source: V.K.

All Magickal Chants Written by V.K. Jehannum are Non-Copyright and May be Used by any Person in any Forum or Publication with or without Accreditation.

Magickal Chants to Claunech

Rimkalla + Attaggarra + Claunech + Assimgarra + On-TOUR-uh-GAUL + Lahkimgallor + Allanthoth + Rimkattandra
A channeled formula of conjuration-through-vibration which brings forth Claunech. This may be used for evocation and invocation alike.
Source: V.K.

Veni Et Rege Claunech Pater Qliphoth
“Come and Reign Claunech Father of the Qliphoth”
Source: V.K.

Io Chaunta Clauneck Elantiel
Io means “Hail,” and Chaunta and Elantiel are other names for Claunech.
Source: V.K.

Ave Clauneck Rex Pandemonium
“Hail Clauneck Father of the Infernal Plane”
Source: V.K.

Liftoach Pandemonium, Et Germinet Clauneck
“Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth Clauneck”
Calls upon Clauneck and simultaneously presences Qliphothic energy to strengthen a sacred space
Source: V.K.

Reayha Bacana Lyan Remé Quim Claunech
Chants for invocations of Claunech
Source: The Complete Book of Demonolatry by J. Thorp

All chants I create are free of copyright and may be used by anyone in any publication or forum, with our without accreditation.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Demonic Enns for the Grimorium Verum

I performed a working with multiple demons to channel demonic ‘enns’ or summoning chants for all the demons described in a medieval grimoire called the Grimorium Verum. I’ve posted a lot of these types of channeled enns throughout the articles and rituals on my websites in the past. I’ve spelled them in a way to make them as easy as possible to pronounce, breaking some of the words into syllables every once in a while. If one of the syllables is equivalent in sound to an English word, I write that word in all caps.

While I usually just write and consecrate my own magickal chants in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, or Spoken Cuneiform, the channeled ones have always been significantly more powerful, and no black magickian, regardless of their personal tradition, has ever tried my channeled enns and found them unsatisfactory. Back when I led the Coven of the Second Torch and had yet to start writing, the three of members of our inner circle (i.e. the advanced members) all channeled chants like this all the time, and we always produced something everyone found effective. Hopefully you will find this of use.

And yes, I’ll be doing this with a lot of medieval grimoires.

Satanackia: Attaggimgattorra Satanackia Harrindriggal Larrindaggor
Agalierap: Arrinratharra Harrintaggorra Larrindratharra Marrindrathor
Tarchimache: Harrintathagor Marrinthaggorra Larrintharra Rarrinthorra
Fleruty: Flarrinthorra Rarrintharra Larrintorra Rantiggorra Ringitharra
Sagatana: Rathiggorra Rathintarra Rarrintorra Mallingarra Sagatana
Nesbiros: Morrintharra Larrintaggorra Marrinthaggarra Torrinthaggarra Nesbiros
Syrach: SEER-rintaggorra Marrinthaggorra Larrintarra Marrinthorra
Bucon: Athangakkor BOO-LAWN-druh Akkinthorra Emkathandrah
Clisthert: Anthimgarrah Clisthert Akkindraggal Imkindrethall Ontongrallor
Frucissiere: Aw-thoo-uh-GAUL Frucissiere Emrikkandrah
Guland: Athakkallah Emrikkarra Anlikkorra Guland
Morail: Imtheggarra Ontrakkorra Morail Larrintorra Gal
Hicpath: Anthekkal Rindrathor Hicpath Himgetharra
Frutimiere: Frutimiere Lonjekkalla Lontorriggal Arrinthikkal
Huictiigaras: Rithiggal Huictiigaras Larrintiggor WHO-IN-drikkor
Humots: Larrintarraggal Humots Harrintorraggon Imkathorra
Khil: Larrintaggorra Khilathaggorra Khil Rinthakalla Gorra
Mersilde: Marrintatharra Mersilde Linthorra Larrintorra Karriggal
Minoson: Minthathriggal Larrintorra Minoson Rantiggorra Arrintharra
Sergal: Larrintorraggathandra Lanthiggorra Sergal Akkindraggor
Sirchade: Larrintharra Rarrinthora Sirchade Ringrethall
Surgat: Lonthiggandra Surgat Allintorra Mindretharra
Sataniciae: Marrintharra Harrintorra Warrintharra Sataniciae
Sergutthy: Sergutthy Larrinthaggora Warrinthaggarra Morrinthaggarra Harrinthar
Heramael: Heramael Larrintharra Onrikkorra Marrintharra Larrintorra
Trimasael: Larrintaggarra Trimasael Warrintaggarra Marrinthaggora
Sustugriel: Warrinthaggor Harrinthaggor Sustugriel Harrintaggal
Tarihimal: Anthikkalla Anrikkorra Tarihimal Arrintharra
Elelogap: Warrinthaggorra Winthiggalla Elelogap Harrinthaggalla
Nebirots: Warrinthaggorra Marrinthaggarra Nebirots Arrithiggal
Hael: Warrintarra Marrintorra Hael Harrinthal
Surgulath: Larrinthaggor Marrinthaggal Surgulath Larrinthar
Proculo: Arrinthaggarra Proculo Harrintorra Manthiggal
Haristum: Larrinthaggal Haristum Marrinthal Hangirral
Brulefer: Monthiggarra Warrintharra Warrinthaggarra Brulefer Arrinthorra
Pentagnony: Warrintharra Marrinthorra Pentagnony Rarrinthal
Aglasis: Montharrimgithal Aglasis Rindrithorra
Sidragosam: Marrinthaggorra Harrindrigalla Sidragosam Wonthal
Minoson: Warrinthorra Marrintharra Wandriggora Minoson Tharra
Bucon: Harrinthigalla Bucon Warrinthorra Marrinthal
Frimost: Marrintharra Warrintorra Frimost Rittimgithal
Klippoth: Hanthiggal Warrinthaggor Klippoth Marrintharra

Magickal Chants to Agrat bat Mahlat

While all but one of my magickal chants to Aggereth have been made publicly available on prior occasions, I have consolidated them here for the convenience of one of my readers. I have three magickal chants to Aggereth and a name-vibration formula attributed to her, all of which I have consecrated or had consecrated.

Iggereth + Igarat Malka ha-Pandemonium + Akakheghag + Orgath Regina Succubi + Agrath +  Psychompoiaps + Suvuta + Liftoach Pandemonium
This vibration formula is composed of names for Aggereth, included invented magickal names and titles for her, alongside a word of power to which she is attributed and concluding with a chant which presences Qliphothic energy.

Agrath, Orgath, Igirit, Agerath
A simple chant composed of the various renderings of her name.

Iggerath, Matrum Nashimiron, Veni
“Iggerath, Mother of the Malign Ones, Come”
This chant simply calls forward Aggereth/Iggerath. The Nashimiron are an order and species of demons over which Aggereth is said to preside. The chant was designed to consist of eleven syllables.

Liftoach Pandemonium, Et Germinet Aggerath
“Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth Aggerath”
This chant calls forward Aggereth while simultaneously presencing Qliphothic energy to strengthen the sacred space.

Chants to Abaddon / Apollo

Apollo was integrated into grimoiric demonology under the names Apolhun and Apollyon with Astaroth as his superior, but the fact that Abaddon/Apollyon originated from the Greek conceptions of Apollo was insufficient to convince me that the two entities were the same being/dual and different manifestations of the same consciousness/faces of the same divine force. It is true, if one delves deep into the mythological depictions of Apollo and the demonographical depictions of Abaddon, that the two entities exhibit nearly the exact same faculties, dispositions, and idiosyncracies in advanced magick and esotericism, that the two entities consistently exhibit the same traits. Nonetheless, it was not until I examined the correspondences of the two entities in Gematria, Isopsephy, Greek letter symbolism, and other numerological attributions and symbolisms that I became completely and irrevocably convinced that these two beings are one. For the whole article wherein I prove these assertions, click the following link:

Pal-Ged + Abaddon Abi Gazam + Antikidos Oxus Drepanon + Exterminans + Olothreutes Anabaino Sitra Achara + Apollyon + Apolhun + Aggelos Abussos + Abbaton + Malakh ha-Mavet
This is a formula of name vibration used for the purpose of calling forward Abaddon, including the numerical values of his names and other numbers sacred to the Infernal Divine spoken in the Enochian language so as to serve as magickal words. Various names and invented magickal monikers (Greek & Hebrew alike) are used.
Source: V.K.

Phanaeus + Apauliunas + Lycegenes + Sauroctonos + Cynthius + Delius + Pythius
This is a formulaic string of Apollo’s names to be vibrated for the purpose of his calling. The name formula consists of seven names, for the number seven is the number most sacred to Apollo.
Source: V.K.

Ave Apollo Rex Olympus Et Sol
This means “Hail Apollo, the King of Olympus and the Sun.” Consists of 11 syllables, the number of all magick. Used to call upon Apollo.
Source: V.K.

Venire, Pater Apollo-Pythius
This means “Come, Father Apollo of (A Specific Region of Delphi).” Consists of 11 syllables, the number of all magick.
Source: V.K.

Abbaton, Apolhun, Abaddon Shadai
Magickal chant composed of Abaddon’s names in Demonology. Consists of 11 syllables, the number of all magick and all things demonic.
Source: V.K.

Es Na Ayer Abaddon Avage
This is the “enn” or traditional magickal chant attributed to Abaddon.
Source: Traditional Demonolatry

Salve Apollyon-Exterminans
This chant means “Hail Apollyon/Exterminans.” Exterminans is the Latin name for Abaddon used in the Vulgate.
Source: V.K.

Agios o Sauroctonos
This means “Numinous is Sauroctonos.” A chant used to call forward the specific aspect of Apollo venerated by the Order of the Nine Angles. If the practitioner has yet to call upon this particular aspect of Apollo, she should seek gnosis via divination or spirit guide prior to endeavoring to conjure Sauroctonos.
Source: Order of the Nine Angles

Aperiatur Terra, Et Germinet Sauroctonos
This means “Open the Earth, and Bring Forth Sauroctonos.” A chant used to call forward the specific aspect of Apollo venerated by the Order of the Nine Angles. If the practitioner has yet to call upon this particular aspect of Apollo, she should seek gnosis via divination or spirit guide prior to endeavoring to conjure Sauroctonos.
Source: Order of the Nine Angles

I have created and previously posted five magickal chants for the calling forward of Apollo’s lycanthropic manifestation as the father of wolves. These chants were created for my upcoming book and can be found via the following link:

Look forward to invoking and otherwise working with the Olympian, Infernal, and Lycanthropic Aspects of Apollyon in my upcoming book with Daemonic-Dreams Publishing.