I like to do what the header of this article is every now & then; it offers one good insight into how spirit work goes. When I summon, I just don’t expect anything & have a stance in the sense of “It either works or it doesn’t”, of course after divination, preparation etc. I find that this is the simplest and most effective way to avoid disappointment.
Like I have mentioned in previous articles, if something doesn’t work despite all of one’s preparations, it’s due to a lack of opportunities; not enough or nothing there to work with. The whole “You can’t pluck feathers from a bald chicken” bit. Divination will indicate how a spirit will go to work and the potential for success, but not that there are no chances to capitalize on, and nothing is ever guaranteed; the aforementioned is the stipulation or condition to this rule. The examples that I will list from my own life are interesting to observe. Spirits in general are more or less above human comprehension or understanding, but their modus operandi or way of doing things can be observed. We as human beings are superior to most animals, but make no mistake: A bird can easily observe you & see what your pattern and daily go-abouts consists of; the time when- and way you do things.
. When working with Clauneck for work, why did it work? Why was the work a success? Without Him telling me anything, I can observe the following: He looked into and gauged my needs, seeing that I want a job where I can work from home, make as much money as possible, and relating to my specialties etc….”Hmmm, this is what this guy wants”. Next, he scanned my location for opportunities, and in this case employers that best match my needs like some kind of app. And Voila, result! Point is, there was enough in the way of things to work with.
. When dealing with Sitri and Fro’glatash for sex, no strings attached, why didn’t it work? Why did it fail? Observation: There was nothing there to do anything. I wanted like I mentioned, just sex- no relationship or anything. Shortly summarized, the women in my country generally don’t want that and are archaic in their way of thinking- sex is limited to just penetration & if they see you as “the one” in their mind, so little to no foreplay or anything. Exceptions are gold diggers and others that have no morals and want to take advantage of you somehow. Lastly, most women here are ugly and I have high demands when it comes to looks. The concept of friends with benefits refers more to- and is customary in the West. Not here, unfortunately. But bottom line is that it did not work, because of these reasons; There were no chances and resources available, period. Nothing to work with.
When dealing with magick and having to listen to the everyday opinions of regular people, that is, the very few that do give their thoughts on magick you will definitely hear things like ” If magick is so grandiose, then my are most mages poor?”, and “Why don’t they own the world?”. I personally do not care much for what the average person thinks about the art for a number of reasons.
. Magick works in the same way that the physical world does to some extent– do you actually think that a high ranking entity that has been given dominion over some part of the universe is going to say “Hey, sorry to see you having financial problems. Here, have a million dollars”. Will someone on the street give you $5 if you walk up to them and ask them? NO. Spirits will do that for the same reason, because it’s give & take. If you want something, you will have to give them something in return in general. The only exception would be one offering to help you for free.
. Magick has its limits too & is subject to restraint- it is wise to briefly ask yourself if there are chances for you when attempting something; if you were planning on opening up a flower shop & asking for spiritual help in making said business grow ASAP, the odds would be well-stacked against you if you were to do so in a place where people do not like flowers or that is teeming with vegetation already. My point is, to keep in mind, to ask yourself these questions before doing something:
– Are there enough chances available?
– Is my location or environment “good” for what I want?
– Are the customs and how people think in my location favorable for what I want to accomplish?
* Example: You’re lost in the Sahara desert; summoning a spirit for water will be, to safely say, a giant stretch.
. Magick is no walk in the park- Being a magician and summoning spirits is no easy task to say the least; on average, it will take one years to master the craft (took me three to get here) and is time, effort and resource-consuming. Kind of like working two jobs, only the 2nd one costs a lot instead of bringing in money. You will have to truly be devoted to the craft and really want it enough to make sacrifices for it in order to get somewhere.
. Magick is “not God”- Magick is not capable of solving every problem that comes along; it serves as an accelerant and shapes the world we live in to a certain degree. Things that play a role are the circumstances you find yourself in, your environment. Spirits will seek the easiest way of doing something and if no opportunity is available they will have to create those which can be a lot harder and will take longer and more as a direct result.
. Big results take time & more effort– Need I say more? If you desire to become a multimillionaire, rest assured that it will take you at the very least a year or two to get there when working with a spirit, regardless of how powerful he/she/it is; that is, provided that you are able to develop that strong of a bond with your spirit and offer the energy needed to achieve this within the aforementioned time.
-Keep in mind that God is the only one that can make things happen in the blink of an eye
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.
Very interesting from a researcher’s perspective. Food for thought.