Three Invocations of Hekate

If you are knowledgeable regarding Hekate, you know that she is very much a multi-faceted goddess. In addition to being depicted with three heads, she has been depicted with two heads as well as four. I have found that there are differences between these manifestations. Her three-headed aspect is her chthonic aspect, and her two-headed aspect is her Titanic aspect. Her four-headed aspect combines her Olympian, Titanic, and chthonic aspects. These four invocations will allow you to experience union with these three forms. These rites are best left to those experienced with invocation/possession.

The rites which follow were channeled and are composed largely of Latin and barbarous tongues. Some practitioners will be able to perform them quite successfully simply by reading the scripts out loud with intent, but others may need to incorporate things such as sigils, candles, incense offerings, etc. Raising a sacred space beforehand is optional, just as the potential tools I listed are.


Invocation of the Two-Headed Aspect

Io Amphiprosopos-Hecate

Odrogga Illa Inna Oz

Djieggara Illa Va Illyl

Djornar Arra Ov Ia

Galara Vor Avaea

Iennor Lyk Zee Vea

Gaza Nara Ala Vea Giedar


Invocation of the Three-Headed Aspect

O, Hekate-Trikephalos, Gloria

Vornyn Ovva Va Vea

Gordar Goss Vea Ozza

Zahzora Volla Nee Yizzel

Zakar Voll Zorn Vee’ae

Oddarrock Vorra Onna Lyn

Ave Domina Tripthoggos!


Invocation of the Four-Headed Aspect

Salve Era Tetraprosopeine

Ziennorra Lylla Iennar Ga

Vuldor Yonna Zee

Ahlar Ia Ziennor

Djiennora Lodda Zee Anar

Vossa Ill Djee Illa

Domina Hekate-Tetrakephalos, Laudamus


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Rite to Amprodias & Layilel

This rite calls upon the demons Amprodias and Layilel to increase the magickal power of the celebrant and engender demonic alchemy. It’s a short and simple rite, perhaps the shortest and simplest rite I’ve ever posted. Just recite the ritual manuscript with the intent to attain what the rite is meant to provide. Latin phrases are translated in brackets and explanations are given in parentheses. Phrases in italics are meant to be chanted (recited in a rhythmic monotone) a certain number of times.


Salvete Amprodias Et Layilel!
[Hail Amprodias and Layilel]

Talrae Vara Zea Narrock Vorra Kyntal Zal Viehkorr!

Zoltorra Zea (x4)

Zabrossa Tien Zalloth Torrock!

Salvete Amprodias Et Layilel!
[Hail Amprodias and Layilel]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Basic Spiritual Self-Protection Rite

This ritual will call on Lucifer for spiritual protection against cursework, hexcraft, love spells, domination spells, etc. that has either already been placed on you or will likely soon be. You will need to burn both a black candle and a white candle. You will also burn nag champa and white sage incense in offering to Lucifer. In this instance, white sage is not being used the way that it is used in Native American spirituality—both incenses are offerings to Lucifer, and you are to use something like normal incense sticks rather than a smudge stick. You are not smudging. With the candles lit and the incense burning and offered to Lucifer, recite the ritual monologue. The magickal chants, which chants were specifically channeled for this rite, written in Italics are meant to be chanted (recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone). Translations of foreign phrases appear in brackets. Note: Lucibel is a name for Lucifer.


Voco Te Rex Lucifer! Liftoach Pandemonium! Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia!
[I Call You, King Lucifer! Open Up the Infernal Plane! Numinous is the Underlying Force of All Demon Magick]

Open up the Infernal Plane and let the power of Lucibel the Stargazer bleed through! Lord Lucifer, saturate me in your might and protection! Wrap me in certainty and safety such that no working against me may harm me!

Zraprala Ortor Avara Nogga Orthee (x9)

Artargar Veasson Zorkaea Zalla Navara (x3)

Ave Lucifer Rex Qliphoth!
[Hail Lucifer, King of the Infernal Plane]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Heresy of Havayoth

In Satanism and similar paradigms of infernal spirituality, rituals of blasphemy are utilized to rid the mind of Judao-Christian brainwashing. This rite serves that purpose, and its power is not just psychological. Chants to HVHI (Havayoth/Chavajoth/Chavayoth), the metagod composed of the eleven Qliphothic overlords (Lilith, Nahema, Ba’al, Belphegor, Adramaleck, Moloch, Satan, Beelzebuth, Lucifuge Rofocale, Asmodeus, & Astaroth) are used, one of which is a Satanic inversion of a Hebrew phrase which originally referenced Jehovah.

The rite will create a potent Qliphothic sacred space wherein you will be liberated. Of course, surely most former Christians and Muslims will need to perform this rite multiple times to fully escape the remains of their prior religious thinking. This ritual may be performed as a stand-alone operation, or may be used to precede another rite of demon magick by those who still struggle with the brainwashing.

The English paragraph/monologue was channeled from my matron demoness, Qalilitu. Translations of foreign languages will appear in brackets. Phrases which are meant to be chanted (recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone) will appear in italics.


Io Heh Vau Heh Jod! Io Rakhalatu-Chavajoth! Venire, Omnituens Chavayoth!
[Hail HVHI! Hail HVHI! Come, All-Seeing Chavayoth]

I call the hordes of demons from the realms beyond Malkuth! Sever my tie to Jehovah so I may seek the liberation of the Nightside! I spit upon the names of the pretender to creation! Jehovah, Allah, I cast you out! Yehowah, I see you for what you are: a sickening, vile philosophaster!

Aken Yesh Havayoth Bamaquwm Ha-Zeh (x3)
[Surely, Havayoth Exists in This Place]

Agios o Havayoth (x11)
[Numinous is Havayoth]

I spit upon Yehowah (x11)

I spit upon Allah (x9)

Ave Havayoth!
[Hail Havayoth]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Hex with Abaddon

This spell calls upon Abaddon to manifest poor mental health in the mind of your enemy. It manifests bad mental health directly as well as manifests painful events for your target to compliment the change—both effects are fast-acting, but the former is faster. If this spell is performed over the same target four or five times, the effects can be long-lasting or even permanent.

All you need is a black candle, emotional pain, and hatred. If you intend to perform the rite over the same person repeatedly, it won’t matter whether you re-use the same candle or use a new one.

Light the candle and focus upon your pain, your hatred, and your intent to make your target suffer mentally. Channeling that emotion and intent, chant Ovgara Dyz Gavak over and over again for as long as feels right to you—a few minutes will suffice.

Make sure to thank Abaddon every time that you do this, and it would’t hurt to give him an offering.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Protection Rite for Potentially Dangerous Occasions (Channeled By Nefim)

Lilith presented this ritual to Nefim for public release on my blog. It calls upon Lilith specifically for protection against rape. It is to be performed prior to going out anywhere you may feel unsafe so that Lilith may guide you and protect you from harm. The rite is appropriate for people of all levels of skill and experience, as well as for people of all sex’s, sexual orientations, and gender identities.

The spell utilizes a ritual-specific sigil which is to be gazed at as the ritual monologue is recited (it is totally fine to have the monologue written down and oscillate between reading your “cheat sheet” and gazing at the sigil). Once the rite is complete, the sigil is to be folded up and carried on your person (in your pocket, in a backpack, in a purse, whatever).

Above: Sigil for the Rite

It is ideal to give Lilith an offering during this rite. A candle, incense, or dark-colored flower(s) such as roses, violets, or lavender. The ritual monologue is as follows.


Dark maiden Lilith,
Protect me now on this day
Protect me now on this hour
On this day of sorrow,
Protect me from those who would do me harm.
Shield me from their gaze.
Erase me from their minds.
But also…
Curse them mother,
Damn them mother.
May they never know rest,
May they never know love,
May they never know content,
May they never know peace,
May they never know stability,
May they never know trust,
For they would strip this all away from me
For a moment of power.
Protect me, mother Lilith,
Protect your daughters and sons.
I cry out to you Lilith,
Please guide us and protect us from harm.
So shall it be.


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Nythra Ritual Series

This series of four rituals calls upon a divinity by the name of Nythra. Should the rites interest you and Nythra be unfamiliar, read my article about her here:
Nythra – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

These rituals all elevate the soul in different ways, culminating in the cultivation of serious magickal power. You will need to offer three sticks of dragon’s blood incense to Nythra for each rite—if you don’t get your incense in stick form, I must leave judgement of the incense portioning to your judgement and/or intuition. I have channeled a sigil for Nythra which can be found in the article linked above—you’ll want that.

The rites couldn’t be simpler: recite three incantations, vibrate three words of power, thank Nythra in your own words, and then you’re done.

However, the simplicity might be misleading: these rites are for advanced practitioners. They should be performed at least a weak apart from one another (and in the order given, obviously).

The words of power and incantation have all been spelled in whatever way I felt would be easiest to sound out—I have always done that when spelling out the barbarous tongues I have channeled (or specified the pronunciation if that was inappropriate to do for some reas). If you see the letter u, it’s pronounced like the u in either “pull” or “gut.” If you see “ae,” that’s pronounced like the a in gay. “Aea” is pronounced ay-uh. O’s a pronounced like the o in either “gone” or “rock.” “Ie” is pronounced ee. “Dj” is pronounced like the dj in “djinn.” Y’s are pronounced like the i’s in words such as “pill,” “igloo,” and “bin.”

The rites are as follows:

The First Rite

Vorkataea Zal Gynda Yock Vuh! Sala Djyn Gozz Gull! Vavahrock Zyltar Vea!

Daltaeack + Gyndaehraga + Sorlahkiek

The Second Rite

Djylzara Thyl Dorn! Zalala Vea Ziennon! Zyltassa Vyn Vock!

Karahkor + Thyldorron + Viehsara

The Third Rite

Vorsatara Djylda Ziellar Goth! Ilvarrock Gana Dala! Lornazara Geassar Zorrock!

Korkarrahk + Onnassaea + Iak-kara

The Fourth Rite

Valtarron Onn All! Zaltaea Lyndorra Voll! Hazaka Aetha Vor!

Horsawnarrock + Ostay’on + Lornassay

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Abysmal Ascent of Aosoth

This ritual, intended for intermediate to advanced practitioners, is comprised of an invocation of Aosoth and an evocation of a myriad of void-spirits. It serves to refine the psychic faculties, actualize the True Self, and integrate the Shadow. I advise an offering of dragon’s blood incense to Aosoth and of nag champa to the void-spirits, but offerings are not mandatory. Should you be unfamiliar with Aosoth, you will find my article about her here:
Aosoth – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

Phrases presented in italics are to be chanted, or recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone. Words of power presented in bold are to be vibrated. Explanations appear in parentheses within brackets and translations of Latin phrases will appear in brackets alone. You will see the word Hiassa, a channeled moniker for the Trans-Qliphothic Void, appear in the operation’s script. The rite is as follows:


Zorlar Vyntha All Yick (x11)
[(Channeled Chant to Empower the Ritual Space for the Operation)]

Zal Gah Ar Zyndorra Vea (x4)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Aosoth)]

Nornar Vick Yasar (x3)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Aosoth)]

Lala Yuh Vor Arrock (x2)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Aosoth)]

Vorsay Yaldar Ick Avarrock Hor Lorth Arron!
[(Channeled Incantation to Invoke Aosoth)]

Hornar’zay-ah + Horlay’ock + Horvay’oth
[(Channeled Words of Power to Evoke the Void-Spirits)]

Djea Har Orvee Zall (x7)
[(Channeled Chant to Empower the Rite)]

Agios Es, Regina Aosoth! Hiassa Gloria!
[You Are Numinous, Queen Aosoth! Glory to the Void]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Budsturga Pathworking Part Two

These six rituals work with the abyssic goddess Budsturga to elevate consciousness, empower the spirit, and activate the True Will. While all six rites carry those three benefits, some of them have their own specific additional benefits. They are to be performed in the order given. Working with Budsturga is dangerous, but my advice for this pathworking is simple: approach her with true respect and allow her to establish your dominion. Oh, and read my article about her first: Budsturga – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

For part one of the pathworking, follow this link: The Budsturga Pathworking Part One – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

The Fourth Rite

The fourth step in the Budsturga pathworking is a 20-minute meditation. You will need to set a timer. Meditate with the mantra Gozteak Azaea Denlassa Sork for fifteen minutes, and then with the mantra Ostorrathyn Zynthorrea Sal (last syllable rhymes with Paul). Your black and red kundalinis will raise as your spirit is exalted. This one will change you forever.

The Fifth Rite

The fifth rite calls upon Budsturga alongside Azanigin and Noctulius. As Noctulius possesses you, Budsturga and Azanigin will manifest. The initiation to follow will be as potent as the Veilworking of Tohu (i.e., self-initiating through the highest of the three veils beyond the Qliphoth).

To carry this out, start by vibrating the word of power Doz-Gyl-Zok-Ar-Thyh six times.

Thereafter, chant Dorlar Thynda Oss three times.

Next, chant Vorvarak Azahtyn Alk Nah three times.

Now exclaim “Avete Noctulius, Azanigin, Et Budsturga” [Hail Noctulius, Azanigin, and Budsturga].

The Sixth Rite

The sixth operation involves an invocation of Budsturga followed by an evocation of Darkat. Start by exclaiming “Avete Era Budsturga Et Regina Darkat” [Hail Lady Budsturga and Queen Darkat]. Therafter, Vibrate Orkondara once to adjust the planar atmosphere in a manner conducive to the rite. Next, invoke Budsturga by chanting Dorzahdae Oztala Zynn Yassa Ar until you feel that you are sufficiently possessed. Lastly, evoke Darkat by either speaking an inhuman language via possession or, if you cannot do that, chanting Gollgar Orthay Zentorra Sal (first and last syllable both rhyme with Paul). Then, simply accept the empowerment which follows.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia