Second Magickal Hymn for Primal Craft

After I wrote and consecrated a magickal hymn to the Trident of Draconian Magick and the Atlantean Current, which Trident consists of Lucifer, Belial, and Hecate. A friend channeled instructions for two additional magickal hymns for the praxis of Primal Craft. This hymn calls to the four demonic princes: Lucifer (also Lucifero or Lumial), Belial/Belias, Uriens, and Hasmodey/Asmodeus. Specific instructions were delineated to him by Hecate and thereupon relayed to yours truly. I have followed the instructions to the letter. Triodathannis is the magickal name that I wrote and consecrated for the Trident– it’s a singular proper noun which refers to Belial, Hecate, and Lucifer as a group. It is magickally charged and somewhat powerful.

Agios Ischyros Genitor Lumiel.
Exsurige Alogos Omnium Genius.
Adlaudate Lucifero, Et Adlaudate Belias,
Agente Ex Sitra Ahra,
Agente Ex Triodathannis.
Dominus Ex Inferno, Rex Meterbuchus!
Invoco Dominus Uriens,
Plasmator Azoth Gehennalis.
Ave Regulus Infernum,
Et Salve Asmoday.
Laudate Genitor Golab.
Agios o Hasmodey!
Salvete Principes Inferni!
Orire Spirituum Sitra De-Smola!
Aur Chashakh Pandendos– Aparete Spirituum Qliphoth!
In Nominibus Et Potestate Triodathannis,
Sub Imperio Et Voluntas Hecate,
Regina Coeli, Regina Terrae, Regina Inferos!
[Numinous and Mighty is Lucifer/ Arise, Patron of the Unwritten Gnosis/ Praise Lucifer, And Praise Belial/ Emissary of the Trident/ And Emissary of the Other Side/ Lord of Hell, King Belial/ I Call Lord Uriens/ Creator of the Black Light/ Hail the Prince of Hell/ And Hail Hasmodey/ Praise the Father of Golab/ Numinous is Hasmodey/ Praise the Father of Golachab/ Hail the Princes of Hell/ Arise, Spirits of the Sinister Left Side/ And Spread the Black Light– Appear, Spirits of the Qliphoth/ In the Names and Powers of the Atlantean Trident/ Under the Dominion and Will of Hecate/ Queen of Heaven, Queen of Earth, Queen of Hell]

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia




Planet of Spirit: Mars; Moon
Tunnel of Set: 11/21 (Gashkalah-A’arab Zaraq)
Planet of Tunnel: Jupiter
Disease of Tunnel: Gout
Color of Tunnel: Bright Blue Rayed with Yellow
Musical Key: A#
Tarot of Tunnel: The Wheel of Fortune
Siddhi of Tunnel: Dream Feeding; Ascendancy (Political or Otherwise)
Letter of Tunnel: Kaph/Koph
Gematria: 315; 737; 1312

Above: Sigil of Kurgasiax from Liber 231

Kurgasiax is a being of much age and wisdom, and he grants the wizard great magickal power. His name means “the Great Smiter,” and he rules over bad luck and synchronicity. He dwells within the pathway between Gashkalah (Jupiter/Astaroth) and A’arab Zaraq (Venus/Bael), which is either the 11th or 21st pathway depending on whether or not you start counting with the ten primary Qliphothic spheres. According to Frater 414, he has a very fatherly and loving personality.

Kurgasiax teaches the witch to become a more dangerously subversive influence in the social circles he enters. He grants the witch the social skills needed to mislead, intimidate, attenuate, and exonerate. She teaches the magickian to discern perfidy behind the mask of influence. He can bring about rejection and worldly power.

Kurgasiax can give the witch’s astral double a pair of small horns which act as antennae, channeling psychic information as needed. He helps the witch recover atavisms and teaches her how to use them. He also teaches the magickian to shapeshift her astral double into a giant snake. He knows the secrets of succubi and incubi.

Kurgasiax awakens latent magickal spells. He presides over the fate and destiny of a given issue. He presides over change, evolution, and downward spirals. He rules over the past and the hand of fate. He records the past and teaches the magickian to learn from it. Ruling your potentials and weakness alike, he presides over the past and whatever you are capable of achieving in the future. He balances the actions of the past with the present to engender personal growth.


According to the Shadow Tarot by Linda Falorio:

[In] the Tunnel of Kurgasiax we find we are mercilessly bound to inexorable existence by the Three Fates, the Norns, the Moerae. On the Nightside of the Tree, the implacable Triple Goddess ties the yet-to-be-born human soul to the end of a carefully measured linen thread, which then she pays out yearly until comes the time for Her to cut it, thus relinquishing the soul to Death.

Cort Williams describes the tunnel as follows:

A’arab Zaraq, the Qliphah of Netzach, sphere of unbridled passion, ruled by Ba’al (the sturm-and-drang storm god, a sort of Qliphothic dying-and-resurrected god man). This sphere is acted upon by Gasheklah, the Qliphah of Chesed, sphere of unbalanced mercy. Passion, unchecked by the benevolent governance of Jupiter, leads to putrefaction. The Jupiterian dignity of the Self is sacrificed upon the altar of emotion. The Self becomes a burnt-offering, consumed upon the pyre of passion, given unto the Beloved.

Linda Falorio continues:

A need for work with the energies of Kurgasiax is suggested when we find ourselves feeling “special” compared to our fellow humans, believing that we are lucky, and blessed in the eyes of the gods, hold the optimistic view that one can escape fate and evade one’s karma. This may be coupled with belief in “coincidence,” and belief in an orderly, reasonable, sensible and fair Universe where “good” eventually wins out over “evil,” where “bad” things never happen to “good” people, where God is in his heaven and all is right with the world.

Powers of this tunnel are feelings of connectedness with the thread of life as carried by the human bloodlines, traced back via mitochondrial DNA far into a dim reptilian past of bright sunlight filtering above the hot and dusty plain. Here is satori of the revelation of Sangraal: the holy continuity of generations dwelling upon Earth, whose archetypal patterns of becoming have been created over eons by their action on the psychic ether. Here is a sense of the mythic that makes everyday life at once awesome, terrifying, and grand, that makes all life meaningful in that it has no necessary meaning beyond itself. Here is power to accept Fate, to take joy in the seasons of the year, and the turning of the Wheel, enjoying freedom to pursue one’s path knowing there is no right or wrong, but only raw necessity, that we are the way we are because we have no other choice, because it is decreed by culture acting upon the archaic pattern of our DNA.

Yet, “Every man and woman is a star,” every act the fiat of a god.

Frater Apollonius analyzes the sigil and tunnel of Kurgasiax as follows:

The sigil for the genii associated with Vau in the Mercurial house presents a flaming wheel, spinning widdershins with the Egyptian symbol for the right Eye of Ra at its center; symbolizing the Sun. The Egyptian symbol for the left is called the Eye of Thoth, symbolizing the Moon. Both eyes together are the Two Eyes of Horus; the eye being the sensory organ that is able to perceive light, and is the symbol for spiritual ability. It is also interesting to note that the paths of these two Hebrew letters form the right column on the Tree-of-Life.

The inner rim of the wheel in the sigil presents a series of numbers, letters and an infinity symbol. These are, starting from the top and moving in a counter-clockwise manner: V, O, V, 8, V, 10, V 3, V, . The numbers together equal 21; suggesting the Universe Atu, which is attributed to the Tav (Cross) as a complement to the nail (Vau) that is the feature of the Tiphareth Initiation. There are five V‘s (or nails), suggesting the motto the Master of the Temple. And finally, the infinity symbol, which is itself representative of Universal Conscoiusness and the Universal Mind. This represents the newfound spark; the Neophyte having forged a connection with the Agape current.

The sigil for the qliphotic genii associated with Kaph (Fortune Atu-The Wheel) presents what looks like a horned animal (the Beast) with three legs (suggesting the three path down from Tiphareth); drawn as a stick figure with squiggly lines for legs and x‘s at their ends for feet. A single vertical line connects to the head; itself a horned circle, containing an equilateral cross; symbol for the Earth. With the horns, it is a variation on the Mark of the Beast, also contained in the Seal of Babalon and reminiscent of the alchemical symbol for the Sun and the Moon conjoined.

The two sigils work together to generate the theme of the Solar-Phallic Beast in Thelemic philosophy. The eyes that can perceive light and hence show spiritual capacity come with the knowledge of human nature in terms of the Sun and the Moon. At this stage in the Aspirant‘s initiatory evolution, one gains clarity of the self and one‘s physical body as the chalice holding the Star of Force and Fire; a vision of Tiphareth.

The value of Kurgasiax’s names are as follows, listed with their myriad correspondences:

315: To Forget/To Deprive; Yetzirah; To Stand Out; The Phallus, The Secret Formula of Pluto; Her Precious Thing; Pearl/Crystal/Piece of Ice; Mincharai (Angel of 2nd Taurus); Army/Battle Line/Nakedness; Shrewdness/Craftiness/Prudence; City/Town; Smoke; Vibration/Quivering

737: Great Tree; Flame; Of His Wife

1312: You Shall Bring Them Back

Sources: Qliphothic Wor(L)ds; The Shadow Tarot; Liber Azerate; Frater Apollonius’s Analysis of Liber 231; and more

Magickal Chants

Agios Ischyros Kurgasiax– Aethereus Versipellis
“Numinous and Mighty is Kurgasiax– Everlasting Shapeshifter!”

Invoco Kurgasiax In Nomine Qliphoth
“I Call Kurgasiax in the Name of the Qliphoth!”
In addition to calling forth Kurgasiax, this chant simultaneously lulls the witch closer to the gnostic state (trance)

Liftoach Pandemonium, Et Germinet Kurgasiax
“Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth Kurgasiax!”
In addition to calling forth Kurgasiax, this chant simultaneously presences Qliphothic energy to raise or strengthen a sacred space.

In Nomine Adamas Ater, Aperiatur Acharayim, Et Germinet, Et Germinet Kurgasiax
“In the Name of the Black Diamond, Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth, and Bring Forth Kurgasiax!” In addition to calling forth Kurgasiax, this chant simultaneously focuses the mind of the celebrant.

Reayha Bacana Lyan Reme Quim Kurgasiax
An enn from The Complete Book of Demonolatry Magic for invocations of Kurgasiax

Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco Kurgasiax
“Open the Qliphoth; I Call to Kurgasiax!”
Invokes Kurgasiax and strengthens the alchemical effects of the invocation rite. Only useful for invocation.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Paimon (Goetia #9)

Names: Paimon, Paimonia, Paymon
Legions: 100 or 200
Date: June 11-21; April 30-May 4; August 2-7
D/N: Diurnal
Direction: Northwest; West
Zodiac: Taurus 10-14; Gemini 20-30; Leo 10-14
Gematria: 186; 187
Element: Water; Air; Earth
Rank: King
Tarot: 6 of Disks/Pentacles; 10 of Swords
Color: Yellow, Red, White, Black, Dark Blue, Green
Subordinates: Basmijael, Kebersa, Astolit, Bebal, Abalam, Azael, Carahim, Hachamel, Agasaly, Eberon, Aglafys, Dison
Qlipha: Gashkelah (Primary) (Jupiter/Astaroth); Thagirion (Black Sun; Belfegore), Thaumiel (Neptune & Pluto/Moloch & Satan)
Planet: Black Sun (Primary), Sun (Primary), Jupiter (Almost Primary), Mars (Least Affiliated), Mercury, Neptune
Attributions: Mercury, Frankincense, Coltsfoot, Bindweed, Gum Arabic, Balm of Gilead, Gold

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

Paimon is the King of Noble Savagery and Guardian of the Depths and Subconscious. While primarily listed as a solar king of the Goetia, he has myriad alternative planetary and Qliphothic attributions which are largely unconsidered.

Paimon can increase the witch’s creativity, resourcefulness, quick-wittedness, etc., and he can empower the witch for the purpose of taming wild animals and simpletons. He can teach the witch to transform himself into a dark and horrific monster—a calculating juggernaut who’s always “on tick.” He can teach the witch to disregard physical pain and avoid confrontation without cowardice.


Paymon can teach the witch to become a great ascendant leader, influential person, or highly trusted adviser. He can transform the witch into a goddess by way of magick and teach the her to consecrate fire to make it even more spiritually potent. He specializes in art, science, and the occult, ruling self-initiation and the personal construction of an individual pathway of alchemical Becoming. He binds targets, teaches about alchemy, teaches the witch to understand her emotions and he provides assistance and guidance in creative pursuits and planning. He grants arcane knowledge about the earth, giving teachings useful for meteorologists and a geologists alike.

Paimonia teaches about natural sciences, all arts, psychology, and neurology. He grants rank– he teaches all secret things and gives dignity to the undignified—“This means he can give you polish where you are uncouth.” In addition to this, he proves your newly-attained dignity to any detractors. His auspices are apt for binding spells and he is known to give good familiars.

Paymon rules over charisma, honor, and art. His energy is aggressive and forthright, although he bestows the social skills required for influencing others. He has a very strong bond with Lucifer. He imparts a knowledge of alchemy and emotional understanding.

According to traditional demonography, Paimonia manifests after being preceded by a great orchestra. He is generally accompanied by two spirits: Beball/Bebal/Labal and Abalam/Abalim/Abali, both of whom are considered kings.

The traditional enn or summoning chant attributed to Paymon is “Linan Tasa Jedan Paimon.” The chant “Paymon, Labal, Abalam” is useful for conjuring him alongside his two attendants. “Liftoach Pandemonium, Et Germinet Paimonia” translates to “Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth Paimonia,” and I use it to call him to me while presencing infernal-demonic (Qliphothic) energy.

Sources: The Same Ones I Always Use for Spirits of the Goetia.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia


Purson (Goetia #20)

Names: Pursan, Purson, Curson
Element: Earth; Water
Rank: King
Legions: 22
D/N: Diurnal
Date: Aug 18-22; June 27-July 1; Oct 3-12
Tarot: 3 of Swords; 2 of Cups
Planet: Sun; Moon
Color: Purple, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow
Gematria: 636; 642; 1286; 1292
Zodiac: Libra 10-20; Leo 25-29; Cancer 5-9
Attributions: Bloodrot, Red Carnation, Saffron, Frankincense, Gold, Silver, Orchid

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

Purson teaches the witch to deceive, mislead, abandon, bamboozle, blindside, and shit-talk. He teaches the celebrant to become powerful in witchcraft as well as divination and grants her the ability to intuit facts. He teaches the witch to destroy people from the inside out and crush their social networks. He is deeply knowledgeable regarding natural scientists and may be communed with prior to scientific experimentation in order to ensure results.

Curson can teach the witch to create great art, so long as her heart is in it. Can teach the witch to destroy someone’s relationships and social confidence. He can teach you how to roast someone hardcore. He is skilled in theft and escape. He hides and reveals objects and notions alike and grants answers to questions regarding both the human and divine.

Purson gives aid in the discovery of treasures and communion with the shades of the dead. He brings about the witch’s attainment of knowledge by imparting insight and inspiration. His aptitude for the location of treasure can manifest in business opportunities attainable via networking, and he is known to be capable of revealing the thoughts of others.

According to Summoning Spirits by Konstantinos, Pursan is so wise as to seem pansophical, despite the fact that he can rarely answer specific questions regarding the future and appears to be limited to “random events” in his art of prophecy. Konstantinos claims him to be deeply knowledgable concerning history.


Curson grants good familiars. His summoners have described him as “fair” and “affable.” The traditional enn or summoning chant employed in rites to Curson is “Ana Secore On Ca Purson.” My chant is “Liftoach Pandemonium, Et Germinet Curson,” meaning “Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forward Curson.” I also use the chant “Pursan, Purson, Curson” to call upon him.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Amy/Avnas (Goetia #58)

Path: 24 Ascendant (Nun/Scorpio)
Element: Fire (Primardy); Earth (Secondary); Water (Lesser Affiliation)
Rank: Earl; President
Planet: Jupiter; Mercury; Venus; Mars
Qlipha: Thagirion (Primary); Gashkelah & Gamaliel (Lesser Affiliations)
Star: Dabih, Sirius, Alpha Draconi
D/N: Both, Most Powerful in the Night
Tunnels of Set: 12/22 & 14/24
Date: Oct 23-Nov 1; Jan 6-10
Animal: Panther, Leopard, Jaguar, Ox (Primary)
Zodiac: Scorpio 1-10; Capricorn 15-19
Tarot: 15 of Disks/Pentacles; 5 of Cups
Legions: 36 (Traditional) or 48 (Personal Gnosis)
Magickal Numbers: 71, 87, 57, 41, 38
Color: Orange, Pink, Yellow, Purple, Yellow-Red, Light Green
Direction: East or West
Gematria: 57; 707
Attributions: Toad Skin, Toad Secretions, Vervain, Copper, Pig’s Blood, Horehound, Heliotrope, Myrtle, Skin of a Serpent, Storax, Mercury

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

Amy is more Mercurial and Jupiterian than Martian and Venusian. She is a warrior spirit and a demon of seership, helpful in the construction of magickal amulets. She can guide the witch on the astral planes. She appears as either gender, but usually manifests as male. She procures excellent familiars and imparts the treasures guarded by over spirits to the witch. She teaches all the liberal sciences as well.

Amy is knowledgable regarding all symbols and can grant the witch the faculty of intuiting their properties. She is useful for operations of Norse rune magick and divination via rune casting. She can teach the witch regarding all manner invocation and evocation alike, and rules over wards, shielding, and casting out spirits. Her guidance is useful for yoga and meditation and she can teach the witch about numerology.

Amy told me to smoke weed more often.

Amy rules over astrological magick and communion with Higher Self. She gives guidance regarding the initiatory process. She presides over the employment of crystal balls and black mirrors. Her auspices and instruction are apt for fire skrying, banishing or purifying by water, and divination by running streams. She can cleanse the witch via ritual bath and open her chakras to a great extent—all of them, even the minor chakras, the transpersonal and subpersonal chakras, etc.


In my vision of Amy, she had pitch black skin and pupil-less eyes like blankets of red. Her hair was long and straight. She wore ornate medieval armor with gauntlets like talons, holding a ball of flaming blackness in one hand and a spear in the other. My first vision of her depicted her seated atop a white horse, with a steel lance instead of a spear. She stood in a grassy and hilly plane like a stereotypical field of battle. Asha’Shedim describes Amy as a man with a necklace of skulls and hands blackened by ashes. Traditional demonographical lore describes Amy as appearing as “a flaming fire” which may later take on the appearance of a male human.

Avnas rules over seances and mediumship as well as channeling and consensual possession. The use of alcohol and the giving of alcoholic libations are apt for rituals to her, and she instructs the witch in the ways whereby various meditative and trance states can be entered through the utilization of drugs and alcohol. Tobacco is most useful in rituals to her. She is helpful for certain, but I’ve had difficulty impressing her.

One chant I use for rituals calling upon Amy/Avnas is “Don-Graph, Avnas, Drun-Graph, Amy.” Drun-Graph translates to “57” in Enochian, the numerical value in Gematria of the name Avnas. Don-Graph of 87 is a number that our coven was told to employ in all workings of black magick and Goetic operations. “Agios o Avnas” [Numinous is Avnas] is a chant I often use. I also use the chant “Liftoach Pandemonium, Et Germinet Avnas” meaning “Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth Amy/Avnas” to call upon her and to presence demonic-infernal energy in the process. Her traditional enn or summoning chant is “Tu Fubin Amy Secore.”

The value of the name Avnas in Gematria is 57, corresponding to the Hebrew words Abdan [Destruction], Aven [Trouble/Vanity/Wickedness], On [Strength/Wisdom/Sorrow], Own [Ability/Power/Wealth/Goods/Might/Substance], ‘Anach [Sigh/Groan], Hoben [Ebony], Dagim [Fishes/Pisces], Zan [Species/Kind], Chomen (an ‘unclean’ species of lizard), and Ma’avay [Desire].

The number 57 also corresponds to the demons Alloces and Volac, the Pagan deity Dagon, and the angels Luviah and Vavaliah. The correspondences of the alternate value of the name Avnas mirrored 57’s correspondences to strength, wickedness, ebony, wisdom, and power, as well as to the Hebrew word Qevuratah, meaning “Her Grave.”

Sources: Mark of Qayin by Asha’Shedim, Aleister Crowley’s Illustrated Goetia, Daemonolatry Goetia by S. Conolly, The Complete Book of Demonolatry Magic by J. Thorp, Luciferian Goetia by Michael W. Ford, Pseudomonarchum Daemonum, Gematria and the Tanakh by Brian Pivik

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Amducius (Goetia #67)

Alternate names: Amdusias, Amdukias, Ambduscias, Amduscias, Amdusias
Elements: Earth; Air; Water; Fire
Rank: Duke or King
Legions: 29 or 30
Color: Green; Orange; Light Blue
Animal: Bird
Date: Jan 20-29; Feb 19-23
Zodiac: Aquarius 0-10; Pisces 0-4
Direction: Southeast
Gematria: 71; 551
D/N: Nocturnal
Qlipha: Thaumiel (Neptune & Pluto/Moloch & Satan)
Date: Feb 19-23; Jan 20-29; May; Late Spring
Tarot: 8 of Cups; 5 of Swords
Star: the North Star (Primary) Algol (Secondary), Dabih (Tertiary), Alpha Draconi (Least)
Planet: Venus (Primary); Neptune (Also Primary); Mars
Attributions: Mimosa, Cinnamon; Sandalwood; Black Mustard; Hibiscus; Ginger; Bayberry; Silver; Copper
Amducius is a harbinger of understanding in matters of divinity and how one relates to his fellow man. He makes one incorrigible and unrepentant in their behavior. He teaches one to become shameless in selfishness and depravity. He imparts understanding in many genres of spirituality: sacrifice, necromancy, cannibalism, torture magick, death curses, and the creation of thoughtforms which indiscriminately seek out and destroy targets. He can grant a familiar for the fulfillment of any secret mission which the witch specifies.

Amducious is the twin of Asmodeus the same way that Lucifer is the twin of Lucifuge Rofocale. He rules ice magick, shadowmancy, and mirrormancy. He rules Qliphothic alchemy and he’s attributed to Thaumiel (Neptune & Pluto/Moloch & Satan)—he corresponds to the Neptunian aspect of Thaumiel (like Moloch) rather than the Plutonian one (note: attributions to the planetary spheres of the Qliphoth usually do not correlate with planetary attributions outside of the Qliphoth. Amducious and Glasyalabolas are a rare exceptions).

Amducious is one of the Nine Demonic Divinities introduced by the Dukante hierarchy and integral to Modern Demonolatry.  He can assist one in containing her emotions or being liberated of fear. He rules all the negative aspects of life (including war), and he can bring about disasters. He can consume a victim with negative emotions and rid a person of them.
The auspices of Amducious are useful in money spells as well as in divination—he resonates with the pendulum in particular. He is especially apt for tarot decks and crystal balls as well. He rules warding, shielding, protection, banishing, and exorcism.
Amducius  causes trees to bend to the witch’s will (presumed by some to denote the manipulation of tree-dwelling spirits and/or help with agriculture). He causes trees to fall over at the whim of the operator and creates musical concerts. Amdusias teaches about tree spirits and other local spirits, and he is known to guide one through the dreamscape to the Great Forest.

Amducious dislikes having cigarettes offered to him.

The auspices of Amducious are useful in execration magick, and he can also augment the witch’s intrinsic capacity/aptitude for destructive spells. He can also strengthen the witch’s natural defenses against destruction spells—he can increase the witch’s natural defenses against psychic attack too, but not as powerfully as he can ‘armor’ the witch against destruction spells. He rules healing magick and he can increase the witch’s intrinsic aptitude for this as well, and he rules over luck/fortune too.

Above: Sigil of Amducious from the OFS Demonolatry Website

Amdusias is a destroyer and a demon of music. He is related by different authorities to the elements of earth and air, and he is associated with thunder as well. He gives aid in aggressive endeavors, the manipulation of people, and curse magick. He aids in aggressively fought battles and imparts military precision.

Magickal Chants

Denyen Valocur Avage Secore Amducious
This is the traditional summoning chant or “demonic enn” for Amducious

Athimgattor Amdusias Ackallathandra Emkimguthalla Astengarra
This is a summoning chant I channeled for Amducious

Liftoach Pandemonium, Et Germinet Amdukias
“Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth Amdukias!”
This chant calls forth Amducious while simultaneously raising or strengthening a sacred space by presencing Qliphothic energy.

Arcesso Praevalidum Agenti Smola– Invito Amducious
“I Summon the Mighty Emissary of the Left Hand– I Call Amducious!”

Amplate Erus Amducious– Exitalis Praefator
“Praise Lord Amducious– Destructive Mentor!”

Baruch Ha-Amdusias Geber Ha-Thaumiel
“Blessed is Amdusias the Warrior of Thaumiel!”

In Nomine Adamas Ater, Aperiatur Acharayim, Et Germinet, Et Germinet Amducious
“In the Name of the Black Diamond, Open the Infernal Plane, and Bring Forth, and Bring Forth Amducious!”
This chant simultaneously calls forth Amducious and focuses the mind of the witch.

Invoco Amducious In Nomine Qliphoth
“I Call Amducious in the Name of the Qliphoth!”
This chant simultaneously calls forth Amducious while causing the celebrant to drift further into a gnostic/spiritual state.

Agios Ischyros Amducious Rex Kliffot
“Numinous and Mighty is King Amducious of the Infernal Plane”
This chant calls upon Amducious to strengthen any ritual or spell– evocations and invocations included.

Aperiatur Qliphoth; Invoco Amducious
“Open the Qliphoth; I Call Amducious!”
This chant is only useful for invocations of Amducious, and it is specifically programmed both to invoke Amducious and to augment the alchemical/evolutionary effects of the invocation being performed.

-V.K. Jehannum


A Modern Goetic Grimoire by Rufus Opus
Gematria and the Tanakh
Aleister Crowley’s Illustrated Goetia
Daemonolatry Goetia by Stephany Conolly
The Complete Book of Demonolatry Magick by J. Thorp