Evocation/Conjuration of the infernal ones
By Reverend Fraize
These practices were received in the astral world and passed on by the Shadow Man. This knowledge penetrates the membrane between worlds where matters of Spirit meet the Flesh. Demonolatry is not to be treated lightly. Should you choose to summon these entities, they should be given due respect or else suffer the consequences.
Eshatra Visually, Eshatra appears as a reptilian male that stands nine feet tall and is approximately five hundred pounds. His skin is patterned as a reticulated python. He has long hands with long fingers and talon claws. His head resembles that of a human’s with a snout of an alligator. He has three rows of serrated teeth much like a shark. Eshatra’s power evoked will protect people who respect and help Reptiles on Earth. Eshatra expects offerings of raw meat and when called upon only a warm room with light of flame will do. His sigil should be drawn upon a mirror and while holding a snake in one hand you gaze upon it. Place a small offering of raw meat on a clean dish in front of the mirror and chant the following: “Esh-at-ra, Esh-at-ra, I call upon you to protect me from my enemy. Accept this flesh that I have offered you, as a symbolic offering of the soul of my enemy.
Tiamat As the ancient dragon that represents chaos and creation, summon with caution. She is among the first of Adversarial forces. Her home is Ancient Sumer and Babylon and is drawn to reminders of her Motherland. To call upon Tiamat, draw her sigil and place a dark offering bowl on top of it. The offering bowl should be filled with salt water from the ocean. This bowl represents the Abyss. If you do not have access to the Ocean, spring water and salt is an acceptable substitute. Never use tainted tap water as it would greatly offend our ocean Mother. Chant the following while gazing into the Abyss:
Apollo is a Greek god widely known for his artistic and musical abilities. He is also tied to prophecy, oracles, healing, plague, disease, poetry, archery, and protection. Apollo accepts offerings of ink or paint. To call upon him, light a green candle and gaze into it. Imagine Apollo playing beautiful music, as he guides your desired wishes, and say aloud: “I call upon Apollo, God of poetry, art and music to lend me his ears, eyes, and mouth, so that He may guide me on creating a masterpiece in the name of Apollo. Let it be done, Hail Apollo!”
Anzu In Sumerian myths, Anzu was a large bird of prey that lived in the realm of the gods. Sometime around 2000 BCE stories arose that he rebelled against them. Anzu represents seeking hidden knowledge. To call upon Anzu, you light three candles of any color and burn pine resin over coal. 24 Gaze into the smoke and visualize the great bird rising from the ashes as a strong spirit with fire burning around him. When see this image, chant out the following: “An-zu An-zu An-zu, I spit on the name of Enlil! He wishes to keep knowledge for hidden from me, rather to share it to benefit everyone! I thank you for your sacrifice and honor and respect you. I come to you and ask you to give me the knowledge of which is seek!” Now close your eyes and meditate without any distraction, slowly breathing through your nose and out of your mouth. Meditate until your questions are answered.
Iblis In the Qur’an, the devil has 2 names. It is thought that Iblis was derived from the Greek diabolos and always used in the 25 singular form as a personal name, usually in the context of a fall from grace. Some scholars have argued that Shaytan, his other name (Arabic), was possibly derived from the root ‘to be far from’ or ‘born with anger,’ and may have been applied as a result of a rebellion. As the story goes that when Allah created man, he told all spirits to bow before him. Iblis refused, claiming he was above humans because he was created out of fire instead of mud. Allah then cast him down for his pride. Thus, Iblis represents rebellion when those in power become corrupt. Iblis can be called to help spawn a rebellion against tyranny. The only offering that Ibis requires is that you show your pride above all others. To call upon Iblis, light a candle and gaze into the flame and chant: “Iblis, great rebellious one, enemy of the tyrant god Allah: I call to you to lend me your strength, so that I can overcome and destroy those that unjustly rule my life. In 26 the name of Shaytan, let it be done. Hail Iblis!”
Amon is a strong and powerful marquis. He appears as a wolf with the head of a snake spitting fire. He is also known to take a human shape with long sharp wolf teeth. He makes peace among the past and present, as well among friend and foe. Amon can be called to settle arguments among friends and family. To call upon Amon, you must hold a snake in your left hand and gaze into a mirror, with your own hand-drawn sigil dedicated to Amon chanting the following: “Amon, great and powerful marquis: I have been involved in an argument/fight with people who I love, I ask for you to intervene and restore peace, In the name of Amon, let it be done.
Bune Bune is a strong duke. He appears as a dragon with three heads: One head of a dog, the second a griffon, and third of a man. He is known to raise the dead and to gather demons around tombs. Bune enjoys an offering of meat which is left on top of your own hand-drawn sigil. Light your candle and gaze into a scrying mirror or bowl and say the following: “Great duke Bune, I come to you, raise the dead so that I may speak with my loved one again. Hail Bune!”
Gruago Gruago is a powerful king who rules over the swamps of the underworld waste land. He is often described as a massive amphibious beast, and some say that he looks to be a hybrid of a man and a snake. He has the legs of a man and the body of a snake having no arms and his head resembles a cobra. Each of his teeth are fangs loaded with enough venom to kill 28 every creature on earth. Gruago possesses the power of stealth, he is able to sneak into an enemy tribe without warning and kills them all. You may conjure Gruago if you are looking for ways to invade an enemy’s lair. On the eve of the horned moon, you must walk into a swamp, into the sticky mud among the snakes and frogs. Find the thorn-bush and only using your bare hands break five limbs off of the bush by doing this it shows your devotion and determination. Once you have all of the branches, place them upon the mud in the pattern of the pentagram. When the pentagram is complete, light one candle in the center of the star, and gaze into it and chant the following: “Gru-ag-o Gru-ag-o, open your serpent eyes so that you can hear me call your name, slither up through the endless mud out of the abyss and grant me audience. I 29 have come to you to ask you to show me the way into my enemy’s lair, so that I can infiltrate them from the inside. “ After you have spoken the words, close your eyes until you can feel the presence of snakes all around you. Wait until a snake crosses your path, this is when you know that Gruago has heard your wishes. Bury the pentagram and candle in the mud, when you dream, you will receive Gruago’s answers.
Pazuzu Pazuzu is king of the demons of wind, and son of the god Hanbi. He also represented the south-western wind, the bearer of storms and drought. Pazuzu was said to be invoked in amulets, which combat the powers of his rival, the malicious goddess Lamashtu, who was believed to cause harm to mother and child during childbirth. Although Pazuzu is, himself, an evil spirit, he drives away other evil spirits, therefore protecting humans against plagues and misfortunes. To conjure 30 Pazuzu, light charcoal and sprinkle candle wood on it as an offering. Draw a Sigil of Pazuzu on a small mirror and place candles around it. Say aloud: “Pazuzu, Great Demon of the wind, I call upon you to protect me and my loved ones.”
Lucifer The name Lucifer, means ‘day star,’ or ‘sun of the morning.’ It is believed that Lucifer is also another name for Satan. Christians have made Lucifer into a demon or devil, and this is one of their many lies. The fact is, Lucifer is the sun of the morning or the light-bearer and represents enlightenment. To conjure Lucifer, sit in a dark room and light a blue flame. Sterno is suitable for this task. Draw a sigil and gaze into the blue flame and say aloud: “Lucifer, god of Enlightenment, come to me and show me the errors of my ways wash 31 away my ignorance with the eternal flame of enlightenment”.
/Hekate, is a goddess in Greek religion and mythology, most often shown holding two torches or a key. She was associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, and gateways. She has knowledge of herbs, necromancy, and sorcery. To conjure Hecate, sit by a river under a full moon and burn roses. Offer the roses to Hecate and say the following: “Great goddess Hecate, I call to you to open the doors that have been shut in my life, I seek your guidance”