Magickal Hymn to Aradia

This is a Latin hymn written to Aradia which consists of eleven stanzas, each of which is eleven syllables long. I personally consecrated the hymn myself and thereafter offered it up to Aradia. Magickal hymns can be read one or more times for spiritual empowerment, guidance, etc., or it can be incorporated into a ritual.


Salve Aradia, Regina Sabbat
Ave Aeternae Dulcis Incantatrix
Venefica et Matrona Magia
Veni, Veni, Mater Stregoneria
Agios es, O Stregha Gloriosa
Voco te Genetrix Veneficium
O, Laetare, et Germinet Anados
Agios o Matrona Aradia
Agios Matercula Maleficis
Salve, Domina Magna Aradia
Rege Matrona! Genetrix Gloria!
[Hail Aradia, Queen of the Sabbat/ Hail to the Eternal and Sweet-Natured Enchantress/ Witch and Mother of Magick/ Come, Come, Mother of Stregoneria (Stregheria)/ Numinous art Thou, Oh Glorious Witch/ I Call to the Mother of Witchcraft/ Oh, Rejoice, and Engender Spiritual Development/ Numinous is Matron Aradia/ Numinous (is) the Mother of Sorcery/ Hail, Great (Female Lord) Aradia/ Reign, Matron! Glory to the Mother]


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Above: My Original Sigil of Aradia

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Rite to Lilith

{This ritual calls upon Lilith to bring about the fulfillment of requests determined by the operator. Magickal chants from Lilith: Queen of Sitra AhraBook of BelialModern Demonolatry, and The Red Book of Appin appear within the script. Translations of foreign phrases appear in brackets. It is at the behest of the celebrant to determine which, if any, material accompaniments she wishes to include in the ritual}

I call unto Mother Lilith, the Goddess of the Black Moon and the Spirits of Obscenity! I call down the Sempiternal Harbinger of Chaos and Storms who presides over succubi and the phantasmata of lynched persons! I have selected the Infernal Divine as the divinities of my veneration and the catalysts of my ascent and I call unto the Qliphoth and summon forward Mother Lilith!

Ama Lilith Liftoach Kliffoth! Agios o Lilith Regina Gamaliel! Lilit Reginam Aeternum Noctis! Porro Triumphator In Inferno Sunt! Agios Tzaphoni Ama Lilith Layilil! Et Revertetur Ad Tenebras! Melus De Quo Magma! Io Ama Lilith! Io Lilitu!
[Mother Lilith, Open the Qliphoth! Numinous is Lilith the Queen of Gamaliel! Lilit is the Eternal Queen of Night! Victory Lies With the Infernal! Numinous (is) (Names of Lilith)! All Things Return to Darkness! All Things Emanate from the Demonic Plane! Hail Mother Lilith! Hail Lilitu]

(You May Now Present Your Requests to Mother Lilith. Physical Health, Personal Magnetism, Social Skills, an Understanding of Romance, an Understanding of Sex, an Understanding of Self, Psychic Perception– You May Choose Whatever You Like. Generally it is Best to Pick Three. Once You Have Articulated Your Desires, Recite the Words of Power Which Follow)

Oeos Acaphosh Nyot Zelesh
Istvaman Teneb Nsgion Atomor
Ne Ammit Abas Norzabr
Eyatan Kelosh Tsabelmos
Nriozt Hananef Ftaa Eos Ghat
Ahi Hay Lilith Zodamran Amabis
Zodamran Lil-Ka-Litu Lilit Malkah Ha-Shedim
Ama Lilith Layil Rimog Lilith Ceph-Pe Mals-Veh
Fam-Mals-Un Don-Graph Amabis Zodamran
Renich Viasa Avage Lilith Lirach

As I have spoken, so let it be done!

 

Prayer Rite to Hecate

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Above: Original Sigil of Hecate

This prayer consists of magickal chants created by V.K. Jehannum, the Temple of the Black Light, Wiccan Tradition, Traditional Witchcraft, Demonolatry (specific text: Honoring Death), and the 218 Current (specific text: Liber Azerate). Translations of foreign phrases appear in brackets. The prayer is to be recited thrice and the witch is to make one to three requests for Hecate to fulfill prior to recitation.


Ave Agia! In Nomine Chaos, Vocamus Te Hekate!
[Hail Agia (Hecate)! In the Name of Chaos, We Call to Hekate]

Aperiatur Stella, et germinet Agia!
[Open the Sky, and Bring Forth Agia (Hekate)]

Io Hekate Io Ho! Eko, Eko Hekate!
(Magickal Chants to Call on Hecate)

Salve Pandeina Antania Hekate!
[Hail Unto Hekate, the Queen of the Underworld Feared by All]

Veni Hekate! Veni Hekate! Veni Hekate!
[Come Hekate! Come Hekate! Come Hekate]

Salve Luna Infortuna Nocticula Hekate!
[Hail to Hekate the Baleful Moon Which Shines at Night]

Io Hekate Io Ho! Anana Hekate Ayer!
(Magickal Chants to Call on Hecate)

Ave Abnukta Hekate! Ave Nocticula Hekate! Ave Trivia Hekate!
[Hail Hekate Who Wanders at Night! Hail Hekate Who Shines at Night! Hail Unto the Three-Formed Hekate]

Ave Agia!
[Hail Agia (Hecate)’]

Astaroth (Goetia #29)

Rank: Duke; Sub-Prince; Prince
D/N: Diurnal
Star: Sirius
Date: Dec 31-Jan 9; May 15-20
Color: Mauve, Magenta, Brown, Green
Element: Earth; “the Watery Part of the Earth”
Animal: Viper; Cobra
Zodiac: Taurus 25-29; Capricorn 10-20
Tarot: 1 of Cups; 3 of Disks/Pentacls
Direction: West; North; Southwest
Qlipha: Gamchicoth (Jupiter)
Legions: 40
Country or Continent: America
Day: Wednesday
Trans-Sephirothic Veil: Ain
Trans-Qliphothic Veil: Bohu
Primary Planetary Attributions: Venus; Neptune; Saturn; Jupiter
Lesser Planetary Attributions: the Moon (Secondary); Mercury (Tertiary); the Black Earth (Least Significant Attribution)
Inferiors: Lepaca, Apolhun, Nebiros, Amon, Pruslas, Sargatanas, Barbatos
Attributions: Ruby, Cinquefoil, Vervain, Mugwort, Emerald, The Blood of a Sea Tortoise, Copper, Beryl, Lemon, Sandalwood, Dragon’s Wort, Mauve, Juniper

astarteAbove: Artistic Depiction of Astaroth for Pathworking and an Altar Piece
(Picture Credit: G.A. Roseberg)

It is our coven gnosis that Astaroth is an aspect of the entity which appeared to various cultures by the names of Ishtar, Isis, Astarte, Attar, Ashera, and Inanna. Both Stephany Conolly and the Coven of the Golden Sigil had verified this gnosis of ours through their own gnosis before we did. E.A. Koetting, however, disputes this consensus in his book Evoking Eternity.

Koetting argues that since the Astaroth of demonology is a baleful male entity rather than a loving woman, they must be separate entities. However, Astaroth’s appearance in demonology hearkens rather strongly to the varied cultural depictions of Astaroth, one of which was referred to as “She Who Walks on a Dragon” and created a certain species of serpent. Since the Astaroth of demonology traditionally manifests riding a dragon and carrying a serpent, the case for the one-ness of these divinities is clear. Peter Grey has interpreted the pentagram in Astaroth’s sigil as being a reference to her power, as Isis or Ament, over the realm of the dead. Astaroth’s appearances depict her as the queen of the dead and the underworld, and Qliphothic demonology paints Astaroth as one of the Qliphoth’s eleven rulers. Demonology and mythology both paint Astaroth as primarily Venusian in nature, just like Ishtar. Amon is one of Astaroth’s recorded inferiors, associating her with the Egyptian pantheon.

To best understand this deity, Attar, Astarte, Ishtar, Isis, Ashera, and Inanna must all be studied. Nonetheless, this article will restrict itself to covering Astaroth henceforth.

 

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Above: OFS Demonolatry’s Sigil of Astaroth

Astaroth frequently appears to black magickians as female, but usually manifests as male. He is purportedly all-knowing, willfully revealing secrets and divesting answers regarding the past, present, and future alike. His auspices are useful in research projects and he can make the witch knowledgeable concerning any liberal science. He specializes in matters concerning friendship, romance, money, blood magick, luck, prosperity, initiation, murder, psychic vampyrism, sanguine vampyrism, atavisms within the causal, shapeshifting in the astral planes (atavisms in the acausal), clarity, divination in lucid dreams, skrying, sadistic pleasures, past life visions, communion with the Higher Self, hydromancy, pyromancy, necromancy, divination with bones, astral time travel, lust, practicality, predatory warriorhood, and warfare.

According to A Manual of Occultism by Sepharial, Astaroth’s legion of demons (the eighth legion) specifically pursues the persecution of Christians. I had had multiple intimations and intellectual reasons for considering eight as being magickally relevant to Astaroth, so the attribution of her to the eighth legion (by Sepharial) finally got me convinced.

Astaroth can initiate the magickian through all ten Qliphothic spheres as well as the Trans-Qliphothic Labyrinth (only seek that second one with guidance– it’s very dangerous).

Astaroth can impart the approval and good graces of powerful people to the witch. He can teach the magickian to empower thoughtforms for healing purposes and the pursuit of monetary wealth. He can create a powerful thoughtform—a guardian of the homestead.

ASTAROTHAbove: Channeled Sigil of Astaroth

According to The Book of Sitra Achra, Astaroth is the “Master of the Liminal Points of Crossing” and the “Lord of the Dark Gate” who may guide the sorcerer to and through the Abyss (that’s what lies beyond the gate). According to The Queen of Hell, once Astaroth opens his gate and the witch dares to cross it, she is stripped of ego and will experience “visions and manifestations.”

Astaroth liberates the sorcerer of the myriad restrictions placed upon her spirit by the physical-ness of our universe, opening the “Eye of Abaddon” such as to permit them to perceive the truths which lie behind the veil of causality.

While most grimoiric demonologists described Astaroth as hideous, The Book of Ceremonial Magic by Arthur Edward Waite describes the being as a “beautiful” man.

For my list of magickal chants to Astaroth, follow the hyperlink below:
https://vkjehannum.wordpress.com/2017/07/29/magickal-chants-to-astaroth/

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Compendium of Magickal Chants to Lilith

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Above: Magickally Charged Representation of Lilith for Meditation Journeys by GAR

Ave Domina Lilith
“Hail Lady Lilith!” Source: VK

Agios o Lilith Regina Gamaliel
“Numinous is Queen Lilith of Gamaliel” Source: VK

Ama Lilith + Tzaphoni + Lilitu + Yallathor + Torrigal + Akkathor + NINE-THOR-UH-GAUL + AYE-TOUR-UH-GOTH + Yakkorraggawl + Lattorraggoth + Lilith
This name formula, channeled for my upcoming grimoire, consists of eleven names, several of which are channeled. I spelled some of the secret names, approved for public release, such that they would be pronounced right the way an uneducated hillbilly would sound them out. Others were broken down into their syllables, with syllables which equate to know English words (“Uh” counts as a word) being presented as that word spelled entirely capitalized letters. This formula is too powerful for beginners, so I’ve enchanted the formula such that whosoever recites it will only tap into as much of its power as they can handle. Should the celebrant experience waverings of confidence (paranoia, doubt, etc.) of the severity which could fuck up the working being performed, this formula is enchanted such that the intent will manifest purely. Source: V.K.

Adoro Te, Deitas Et Draco, Meticulosa Nagithor
“I Adore You, Goddess and Dragon, Fearsome Nagithor!” Calls Lilith’s dragon aspect.

Agios Es, Ama Lilith-Akhathil
“Numinous Art Thou, Mother Lilith-Akhathil!” Calls Lilith’s dragon aspect.

Io Lilitu-Nagithor
“Hail Lilitu-Nagithor!” Chant to Lilith’s dragon aspect.

Nizsandor
This is a Revealed Name for Lilith’s Wolf Aspect. It May Be Used for Magick and Worship, But Also in Reference to Her Wolf Aspect Outside of Magickal Work and Worship. The i is Pronounced Like the i in Igloo and the san Should Be Pronounced Such that it Rhymes with Gone.

Naezondural + Palzindraea + Hozdaeanthal + Zizdalin + Malzsorgon
These are Channeled Names of Lilith’s Wolf Aspect for Use Only in Worship and Magick. The i’s are Pronounced like the i in Igloo.

Zaezor Konda Azaea Malzorgon Aztharal Azdae
Channeled Chant to Evoke Lilith’s Wolf Aspect

Aznaean Orzaeda Palzoral Azdaeal
Channeled Chant to Invoke Lilith’s Wolf Aspect

V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Lilith’s Esoteric Saturnian Aspect

In Qabbalah, Qliphoth, and Goetic Magic, Thomas Karlsson posits that Lilith’s true throne is within the Qlipha known as Satorial (Lucifuge/Saturn). This postulation has been disputed by various authors– after all, it can be seen as counterintuitive. This article serves to defend Karlsson’s postulation.

According to Dion Fortune, the nature of Lilith is comparable to an inversion of the Sephira known as Binah. Binah is attributed to the planet Saturn and is considered to be a feminine manifestation of Jehovah’s power. Obviously, Satorial is the infernal equivalent of Binah. Binah is the third emanation of Lilith, and the number three relates to the moon. There were three angels summoned to battle Lilith (Senoy, Sansenoy, and Semangelof). Moreover, there are three primary astrological bodies to which Lilith is attributed: the asteroid name after her, the Black Moon, and the dark moon, the last of which might or might not exist (seek your own gnosis). Her three lesser/minor astrological attributions, Earth, the Moon, and Saturn, also relate. This makes a total of six astrological attributions.

Myself and my fellow witches always felt that the number six was relevant to Lilith. The demons “influenced” us to use it, but we never knew why. As it turns out, six is the mystic number of Binah.

The value of Lilith’s name in Gematria is 480, which is the value of Qilleshown [Hebrew: Three-Pronged Pitchfork] and Jeduthun (one of the three servants of song). 480 is also the value of “ayeth”, the last three letters of the 42-letter (4 + 2 = 6) name of Jehovah attributed to Malkuth (the Telluric Sephira which Nahemo/Lilith mirrors). 480 is also the value of “attuwd” [Hebrew: He-Goat/Ram/Chief One], “shaquf” [Hebrew: frame/window casing], “poth” [opening], “sheqef” [Hebrew: framing/door]

Binah is often referred to in Judao-Mysticism by the Hebrew word Ama, meaning “Mother.” The word Binah has a decisively dark connotation, whereas the word Aima, meaning “Mother” in Hebrew as well, has a lighter connotation, and is a title for another Sephira.

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Above: Artwork for Lilith Pathworkings by G.A. Rosenberg

Countless LHP authors have began referring to the Matron of Temple Prostitution by the title Ama Lilith, which moniker originated as a reference (and clue) to the Saturnian aspect of Mother Lilith.

The title “Ama Lilith” has a numerical value of 522. 5 + 2 + 2 = 9, and there are nine boxes in the Kamia square of Saturn. Gamaliel is either the ninth or second Qlipha depending upon where one starts to count. 522 is also the numerical value of the phrase “va-Avadtem” [Hebrew: You shall serve]. Lilith’s violation of such a decree is the most common mythological narrative about her.

Scholem also attributes Lilith to the planet Saturn, writing “In the Kabbalah, influenced by astrology, Lilith is related to the planet Saturn, and all those of a melancholy disposition-of a ‘black humor’-are her sons.”

The North is attributed to the planet Saturn, and Lilith is known as Tzafoni, or “the Northerner.” The numerical value of Tzafoni is 236. 2 + 3 + 6 = 11, the number of all things magickal, demonic, and infernal. 1 + 1 = 2, and Lilith is the second sex who rules over the second Qlipha. 236 is also the value of the name of one of the aforementioned three angels invoked against Lilith.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia