Insights on how magick works II

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I will discuss and bring matters regarding summoning to light, I’m talking really detailed.

When summoning a spirit, you are only invoking one person’s worth of energy in your vicinity or environment, why? Because you as a person are not able and can’t handle more power than you are able to absorb. Think of it like this: you are planning on summoning Satan; if one were to attach a measure or degree of power to Him, let’s just say for arguments’ sake that he has the power of 50 million men. Of all that, you are only able to call upon one person’s worth. That is just the way the system is set up, and the fault or blame doesn’t lie with you or with the spirit. Almost needless to say, there will be times that one person’s worth of energy will not be enough to get something done. Despite all of one’s preparations and related. The divinatory part of what you are planning to do will indicate the potential outcome and how well the spirit summoned will get the job done. But there are no, and nor will there ever be any level or kind of guarantee. That is a universal perspective, and nothing can be done about that. You could die tomorrow, generally speaking. Again, NOTHING is guaranteed. If the project doesn’t work, then it is due to a lack of opportunities; in short, there’s nothing or not enough there to work with.

So what to do in order to evade this pitfall and maximize one’s chances of success for even the greatest of tasks? Quality, not quantity. Working with the least amount of spirits as possible. Devote yourself to one spirit as much as possible in the long term. As your bond grows with that spirit, you’ll see better and greater results to the point that you will be able to achieve truly great things and make divine progress. Becoming rich, famous and all other things that are nearly impossible are a definite reality when the above is applied and done. But remain rational; it is not needed to work with a spirit in the above manner when you want something short term, e.g. learning a new language or getting rid of an addiction. The aforementioned applies to great and big things.

 

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