As I mentioned in the files XXXIII, I started researching weather spirits, and the first one that I had my eye on and felt drawn to after reading something somewhere about him was Pazuzu. In short, he is a Assyrian/Babylonian demonic god that specializes in altering the weather, storms, drought etc & protection- read more about him here.
Pazuzu is Saturnian in nature (Capricorn, 23°), and has a hint of Aquarius (20°); in this case, his former attribute serves for protecting and chasing away evil spirits & the latter for weather changes. I tested out his powers by invoking him and asking him for rainfall that was a nuisance in my neighborhood or region to cease, since it rained heavily, multiple times a day. I had two weeks in mind, but he said that a week is the best that he could do for me. Here data below before and after the ritual, which was done on July 1st, 2017.
Rain gradually decreased, and the last 3 days have been completely free of rain with really nice weather. You can clearly see the difference in forecast before ritual. My excuses for the haziness of the after ritual graph, but that’s due to the fact that it’s weather history and most weather websites display it that way. I’m content and therefore deem this operation a success; my divinatory readings did indicate that I was overreaching myself though, and the fact that he told me that 2 weeks isn’t doable confirms that.
Regarding appearance, Pazuzu appeared and took on a multitude of forms during ritual; his statue shape and that of a Zulu warrior (See images below):
He spoke with a harsh voice for the statue, and just like a plain African man for the warrior. What annoyed my slightly is that while in warrior form, he kept moving and dancing around. His energy felt “paganish” and reminds me of the fact that I am summoning just that- a pagan God. But it was stronger than I’m used to from Gods.
Result of course, as always, matters and that is there. Very nice & thank you, Pazuzu.
I’ll definitely keep you in mind for related affairs, despite the fact that you’re not my #1 choice.
PS. No seal was used, since I don’t know of any and he told me that it’s not necessary.