Sigil magic how to draw a sigil

Sigil magic how to draw a sigil

By
(The leader of theistic Satanism)
Reverend.Dr.Robert Fraize

 

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Sigil Magic Dabblers in the occult may  that think a sigil is just a fancy symbol.
The Satanic Magician knows that a sigil symbolizes a spirit
or demon and is used during conjuration.

A sigil is focusing tool allowing the magician to focus his  or her own energy with that of a demon or spirit.
It is key that the Satanic Magician
uses his own hand-made sigil’s and doesn’t copy those used by other magicians By doing so this corrupts the flow of energy between the entity to be conjured and the magician.

While viewing the sigils of other magicians may offer inspiration, copying them is a poor emanation of powerful magic.

Sigils can be made many different ways.
Using ink and paper is a longtime
tradition of Occultists. Universally,the circle or
continuum (not to be confused with a circle of protection)is intuitively a tried and true method. This circle keeps your mind focused on the sigil itself and directs your energy straight into the

sigil.
After the circle
is drawn, the magician will then draw the sigil itself.
Many traditional magicians
will use the first,middle, and last letter of the demons name and without lifting their hand off the paper, they will write the letters into a secretive symbol that only the magician understands.

Clay sigils are the most ancient form of sigil used for magic purposes as it takes directly from the Earth.

The clay can be and is encouraged to be mixed with your own offerings or symbolic items that may represent a demon or spirit or a particular spell that you the demon to work with you on.

Taking the clay from specific locations adds to the precision of spell work.

Recommended additives are gem stones, herbs, bone, hair, or any personal item that you intuit will bring more energy to your conjuration.

Mold the clay into a circle and with Dove’s Blood; draw the sigil into the clay.

Aesthetic concerns needn’t a bother; the sigil itself is only seen by you and the conjured entity. As a strong, thinking individual, the

sigil is always satisfactory. After the ritual, burn the sigil or bury it.

Rule of thumb: If you feel the magic worked,

bury it. If you feel it needs improvement, burn it

The true meaning of Azazel

Azazel
scapegoat

( Leviticus 16:8 Leviticus 16:10 Leviticus 16:26 , Revised Version only here; rendered “scape-goat” in the Authorized Version). This word has given rise to many different views. Some Jewish interpreters regard it as the name of a place some 12 miles east of Jerusalem, in the wilderness. Others take it to be the name of an evil spirit, or even of Satan. But when we remember that the two goats together form a type of Christ, on whom the Lord “laid the iniquity of us all,” and examine into the root meaning of this word (viz., “separation”), the interpretation of those who regard the one goat as representing the atonement made, and the other, that “for Azazel,” as representing the effect of the great work of atonement (viz., the complete removal of sin), is certainly to be preferred. The one goat which was “for Jehovah” was offered as a sin-offering, by which atonement was made. But the sins must also be visibly banished, and therefore they were symbolically laid by confession on the other goat, which was then “sent away for Azazel” into the wilderness. The form of this word indicates intensity, and therefore signifies the total separation of sin: it was wholly carried away. It was important that the result of the sacrifices offered by the high priest alone in the sanctuary should be embodied in a visible transaction, and hence the dismissal of the “scape-goat.” It was of no consequence what became of it, as the whole import of the transaction lay in its being sent into the wilderness bearing away sin. As the goat “for Jehovah” was to witness to the demerit of sin and the need of the blood of atonement, so the goat “for Azazel” was to witness to the efficacy of the sacrifice and the result of the shedding of blood in the taking away of sin.

These dictionary topics are from
M.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition,
published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain, copy freely.
Jewish people often  equated the word  AZAZEL (Heb. עֲזָאזֵל),  as a name of the place or the “power to which one of the goats in the Temple service of the *Day of Atonement was sent. There is a great deal of confusion regarding the exact meaning of the word. The name appears in Leviticus (16:8–10): “And Aaron shall cast lots upon the two goats; one lot for the Lord, and the other lot for Azazel. And Aaron shall present the goat upon which the lot fell for the Lord, and offer him for a sin-offering. But the goat, on which the lot fell for Azazel, shall be set alive before the Lord, to make atonement over him, to send him away for Azazel into the wilderness.”

It was not until Muslim cults began having sex with goats that AZAZel began to have a demonic attribute.
Islamic people created the idea that AZAZEL was a demon and gave him the image of the modern day devil or the pagan fertility god pan.
he was then given attributes and included in Abrahamic   demonology.
Azazel has became in modern times an equivalent of Satan through this fictional corruption which has mislead many people into the false practice of worshiping this fictional being.