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Are you ready for spellwork?

Well, it depends, but ultimately, I would say that if you're asking this question, you're probably ready to begin with spellwork.

Uncle Ramsey’s Little Book of Demons, by Ramsey Dukes

Uncle Ramsey's Little Book of Demons: The Positive Advantages of the Personification of Life's Problems, by Ramsey Dukes Aeon Books, 1904658091, 256 pp. (including...

Creating Magickal Entities, by David Michael Cunningham

Creating Magickal Entities: A Complete Guide to Entity Creation, by David Michael Cunningham, with contributions by Taylor Ellwood & Amanda R. Wagener Egregore Publishing, 1932517448,...

Servitor Management

From: Xi O'Teaz To: zee-list >>Sentient entities as a general rule will strike out >>if you try and put them "under control". Much the >>same you or i...
Detial from Liber Null, by Peter Carroll

Practical applications of the chaosphere

The chaosphere is the prime working tool of chaos magicians and the Magical Pact of the Illuminates of Thanateros (IOT).
Spirits, photo by Thomas Anderson

Servitor creation: A contemporary approach

I have found it useful to incorporate what I call a skeletal sigil as the first step in the construction.

Spirit Pistol

This technomagick device is used to combat various ephemeral entities which might plague the user, such as rogue servitors, enemy servitors, or various demons....
Spirits, image by Torley

Sigils, servitors and godforms: part II

A servitor is generally considered to be a part of the personality of the magician that has been severed from themselves.
Astaroth sigill, photo by eleraama

Sigils, servitors and godforms: Part I

Sigils are magical spells developed and activated to achieve a specific, fairly well defined and often limited end.

The fluid continuum –or– what the f***’s an egregore?

A good example of such an egregore is when someone say a project has "taken on a life of its own."
Pocket watch, by Lauren Hammond

Fotamecus empowerment rite

Praise unto Fotamecus! Smash your clocks! Chronos, your time has come!

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