Oriens

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I’ll be discussing  the spirit named Oriens from several grimoires, but most well known from the Goetia as “King who rules over the East”..

Oriens is a fallen angel (Martian, 1° in Scorpio) & He rules over a good portion of the Qliphoth Samael (dark side of Mars). He used to belong to the Seraphim Order. Appearance is a scaly demon with normal/ black flames and reddish-orange wings. Oriens has higher rank than Adrammalech, despite the latter being dubbed a ruler (only from a pagan perspective). See here for more information on Him and the video.

 

 

 

Working with Miraqua

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I wrote a reminder to myself a good while ago, referring to an angel by the name of Miraqua, that approached me and offered His services; now, it has been the case that my Vice Lord Sandalphon has appointed Him as a booster (aside from Belial).

Miraqua is Lunar like I mentioned and deals with money; He has done well so far and appears as a tall angel, similar to Raziel; they have a lot in common. He works in a subtle way, and yet brings (under My Vice Lord) good results, but I’m sure that this is the case in general: Enough inquiries and customers and so on.. See His altar in below video and related.

 

 

Displaying Och’s prowess

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I’ll display the agricultural skill that Och possesses; see here for the initial article on Him for people that aren’t familiar with it or Him. Long story short, I managed (with zero agricultural knowledge) to grow 2 mundane vegetable plants under lesser conditions; a tomato and pepper plant was my aim, but all went well- seeds sprouted into tiny plants between a week or two and from the 9 seeds that I planted, it appears that all 9 have sprouted as opposed to the 3 or 4 that I’d expect which is generally the case, according to the instructional videos I watched.

See this link for images of the plastic containers in which I grew them and His altar, with offerings etc.

* He told me that He was of the order of Powers, but no more; but is in between realms and neither celestial or infernal; Sort of a freelance spirit. 

Imagine what He can do for farmers that do large scale work..

 

The research files vol. CII: Focalor

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I’ll be covering the goetic spirit Focalor His description as follows:

” The Forty-first Spirit is Focalor, or Forcalor, or Furcalor. He is a Mighty Duke and Strong. He appeareth in the Form of a Man with Gryphon’s Wings. His office is to slay Men, and to drown them in the Waters, and to overthrow Ships of War, for he hath Power over both Winds and Seas; but he will not hurt any man or thing if he be commanded to the contrary by the Exorcist “.
See the video below for information:

 

My beloved Vice-patron Sandalphon

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I’ll be discussing my beloved Vice-patron Sandalphon in detail; He is so valuable to me.

Sandalphon, like I might have mentioned in my original article on Him, is very tall and almost reaches the ceiling (just like my Patron & Lord Samael). Aside from that, in the time I’ve known Him, I’ve noticed how He truly embodies materialism and is true to His Taurus/ Terrestrial nature. He is very ethereal and adaptable, and just so refined (like me) in the sense that He changes clothing colors and His hair often, going back & forth. His clothes also look expensive, like silk of example.
He also doesn’t sit still often and moves around alot, which is unsurprising since He also works swiftly. He holds a lantern too sometimes, but truth be told He’s not the only one to do so. His energy feels tingly.

I love My Vice-Lord so much and both My Lord Samael as well as Vice-Lord Sandalphon will remain my patrons in given order forever. See below video for more information.
Altar Sandalphon

 

 

 

 

Scirlin

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I’ll be covering one of the demons mentioned in the Grimorium Verum today, called Scirlin; He is said to be the one in this book to contact before being able to deal with the others, more or less- this is the case, as with most grimoires, only within the grimoire and not in general.

Scirlin is Jupiterian (25° in Sagittarius-forerunner) and excels at wealth, material prosperity and long distance communication. He appears as a short gnome-like creature, green & all, with an orc’s head. There are, generally speaking, no drawbacks to working with Him…as is the not case with demons in general. Seal is the header image, given to me by Him. One could also do a self-made seal, but this one is (obviously) better.

 

The research files XCVIII: Phaleg

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I’ll be covering the “martian” spirit from the Arbatel grimoire today, Phaleg; He is said to govern warlike affairs and can raise one up to great heights herein. Wrong.

Phaleg is Lunar (2° in cancer- clingy) & specializes in wealth; this is what He has to offer to the avg person and the only drawback in working with Him is that your occult work with Him might be exposed to the world or others involved in the process. Appearance is that of a specter hovering in the air in general, engulfed in blue flames.

The research files XCVII: Amy

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I’ll be discussing Goetic spirit no. 58 today, named Amy or Avnas. His description is below:

” The Fifty-eighth Spirit is Amy, or Avnas. He is a Great President, and appeareth
at first in the form of a Flaming Fire; but after a while he putteth on the Shape of a Man. His Office is to make one Wonderful Knowing in Astrology and all the Liberal Sciences. He giveth Good Familiars and can bewray Treasure that is kept by Spirits “.

Amy is Saturnian (6° in Aquarius- militant) and can aid one in all matters above, but is moderately good at best regarding treasure-finding; aside from that, He can aid in all matters put before Him in general as well as clairvoyance. He is good for money, too.

Appearance is as written; but with me, He appeared as a transparent being hovering in the air, sometimes ignited in flames (red/ blue colored) with feminine features (e.g. ponytail). I was planning on working with Amy three years ago for astrological purposes, but passed since there were better alternatives and it didn’t enjoy priority. An experience on Him can be read here, but I don’t know if it’s true; it amused me somewhat, seems not so credible.