I’ll be covering the Greek goddess Hecate today, or Hekate; She was known and associated with Necromancy and black magick in general, light too and so on.
Hecate is Martian (0° in Scorpio- ready) and has a strong affinity for necromancy, unsurprisingly of course; this is her forte. She absolutely excels in this and offers to the average person, aside from that, financial support within a household, but drawback about Her is that She does make one fussy about mundane things in daily life in workings. Appearance is that of a woman with three heads, beautiful though. She seems to be short and straight to the point, not that I mind. Prefer it that way in this situation.
I’ll be covering the greek God Ares today, or Aries; He is known as the god of war to the greeks.
Ares is of course Martian (15° in aries- headstrong) and is therefore suited for things associated with Mars; battle, war, physical strength, tenacity and so on. Practical examples are gaining courage, physical fortitude. I must, however, note that Ares is an unstable companion emotionally, and reacts by impulse. He is prone to change His mind and behave erratically. This should come to no surprise based on His profile. He is more primal, and can behave like a wild animal, untamed, in that aspect.
Aside from the above, Ares can also have you see through the intentions of others and thwart those plans, a specialty of Him. He can be friendly despite His character in dealings. Ares appears as a roman soldier with shield and spear, reddish and golden.
I’ll be covering the Mesopotamian god Marduk in this volume; He was the patron god of the city of Babylon.
Marduk is Martian (15° in Scorpio- unknown), and if one is to read his history and background, and so on it would become visible right away since He was worshipped for warbased matters primarily. What Marduk has to offer, aside from offense & defense, to the general person is progress within his or her own life, covering nearly all aspects; the goal must be clear though. He appears as a warrior with shield & spear.
The norse God Baldr was a brother of Thor, and was the god of joy & the summer, for one. I’ll be doing Him today.
Baldr is Martian (11° in Aries- changeable) and thusly “good” for all martian affairs, and that’s His strong suit. Aside from that, He also deals well with money & fertility matters so He really is a lot like Thor in that regard. In Norse mythology, His death also brings about the end or Ragnarok, as it’s called. The description “In addition to being loved by all gods and more physical beings, he was so handsome, generous, and good that he gave off light simply by the purity of his character” denotes His personality. His appearance is that of a blonde man in norse clothing, but He can easily change his demeanor based on the operator, which He did with me.
Baldr is basically the norse version of Lucifer, as in being the “lightbringer”.
I’ll be covering the Norse god Thor here, after He visited me last night; Him and after a few seconds, Odin and Loki too. Thor is in short known as one that deals with offense, defense & fertility. As stated on Wiki “In Norse mythology, Thor is a hammer-wielding god associated with thunder, lightning, storms, oak trees, strength, the protection of mankind, and also hallowing and fertility”.
It comes to no surprise, thusly, that Thor is martian (Aries, 24°- Wanton) and also deals with financial matters (Venus in Taurus, 0°- demanding). Thor told me that I could also keep Him in mind for work if it be necessary. I remember my patron telling me in the past that the Norse pantheon does have potential and that He brought me to Yggdrasil, where we did meet Thor, but He was chased away by Him after trying to attack us. This was a good while ago, so more than enough things have changed. Nothing else to say other that the aforementioned; lastly, He looks as depicted: a bearded dwarvish man wearing old norse warrior gear.
Aah, Azazel, the scapegoat as I know Him; whenever I hear His name, I think of the scapegoat or EA Koetting (lol); But in all seriousness, I shall be talking about the fallen angel Azazel here.
I have never directly dealt with Him, but I have worked with a few spirits that fall under Him, all of which are infernals. Those two are Froghlatasch & Salasash. He does remind me of L. Rofocale in terms of looks, appearing as a dark, demonic, bulky- looking creature with horns sometimes and other times without. Aside from just now, I have seen him once or twice when summoning his aforementioned subjects. I remember that after a ritual a while back with one of them, that He told me “I have to go, my master Azazel is calling me” and there Azazel was. Koetting’s story on how He adopted Azazel as a patron is nice too, makes for a good horror or sci-fi story in his Book of Azazel. Now let me get to it; Azazel is martian (Aries, 24°- wanton) and has quite some power to Him, but working with Him will bring good fortune at the cost of some other misfortune. Typical infernal for me, since a good deal of them I know work this way. Nevertheless, He’s not one to be underestimated. Works aggressively, but that’s almost needless to say because of the martian-ness.
Aside from my own Seraphim angel that I can work with, I wanted a Cherubim too; these are the second in the celestial hierarchy, so they follow after the Seraphim. Read the link to their name to know more.
The Cherubim align generally the zodiac sign Scorpio, whereas the Seraphs are Aries in nature. My patron told me to notify Him when I wanted one, but last night one appeared before me and offered His services. Members of these two orders are unique in the sense, as I’ve been told, can either be rulers or individual members. My Seraphim is an individual member and rules no one in that sense, but this Cherub…He is a ruler, I noticed that and my patron got that wrong; He thought He was an individual, and said “sorry, even I don’t know everything. God leaves the two upper orders for example to do as they please in terms of rulership; they can either have subjects or not.
Also, this Cherub doesn’t look like the averagely depicted one, not that I’m complaining; He looks like this; so no three heads or hooves. He states that this look is more sophisticated and I agree.
Hereby filing the entry for myself on the angel Shalgiel, also known as the angel of snow and comes from the book of Enoch; as cited, “Shalgiel who is appointed over the snow”.
Shalgiel is Martian, and corresponds to the zodiac sign Scorpio (13°, electric) and is a strong one for general weather changes. Appearance is that of a big angel in orange/ dark blue colored robe, holding a scythe and/ or an hourglass(es) sometimes. Very pushy and anxious to “get to work”, unsurprisingly, based on the fact that He’s Martian. He stayed with me the entire night until I carried out the ritual, this was a one-time invocaction with as goal making it snow in my tropical location. Working was a failure, due to the fact that I overreached myself in the sense that a one-time summoning isn’t nearly enough for a goal as severe as the aforementioned. Will keep Shalgiel in mind though. No seal necessary He says, but if I want I can use that of the zodiac logo Scorpio within a Hexagram. See below:
I covered Gaia in my previous article, and it’s her husbands turn now to follow suit; He asked me after I wrote on her of course, hence this article. The greek primordial God Ouranos was known as “father sky” or “protogenos”.
This piece will be short, as there isn’t much to say; Despite His attributes as appointed by His followers back in the day, He is martian (14°, alone) and has aggressive or warlike tendencies, and is good for all things martian e.g. courage, physical fortitude, strength etc. He is distant or more timid because of his nature though. You’d think that He’d have Air-based qualities based on His persona as history indicates, but nope again- you need to look further. Help with heavy labor is also a good thing to work for with Him. He appears as an old man in a blue robe or a younger version of this.
See here for information about Him. He says that He’s not a big fan of seals and that it’s not necessary.
The angel Parasiel is, like Bariel, also mentioned in the Greater Key of Solomon, specifically in the 1st Pentacle of Jupiter; he is dubbed “The Lord and Master of Treasures, and teacheth how to become possessor of places wherein they are”. So he specializes in wealth according to this statement- not true.
Parasiel might be attributed to Jupiter here, but he is Martian (Scorpio, 7°) in actuality; and wealth is not his specialty. He has no real specialty and is more “flat” or even in that regard. He is adept at most Scorpio matters, e.g. Coercive works. But his character is one of perseverance, he will stop at nothing. This is what makes him so potent and he is a powerhouse like the other spirits I have mentioned; he also has Part of Fortune in his house. He will do whatever it takes to get you what you want. The thing is that in grimoires, spirits are attributed to the spheres that represent that force, e.g. Jupiter and wealth. But the spirits themselves do not belong to that- or have to belong to that sphere necessarily. This is a perfect example of that. So he is good to go for wealth.